AP footage showing the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison. Crowds of well wishers are there to see him released.
11 February 1990 PAARL (commentary throughout this section).
GV prison gate and many police
Car convoy towards outer gate.
Crowd waiting to see Mandela.
LS Nelson and Winnie walk hand in hand.
Winnie raises clenched fist.
Both give ANC salute.
CU Mandela walking.
MCU Nelson and Winnie in car.
Car moves off through crush of supporters and security and cameramen.
11 February 1990 CAPETOWN.
GV motorcycle outriders lead Mandela convoy.
PAN Convoy passing.
Mandela car, damaged, drives past.
Mandela car surrounded by supporters.
MCU Mandela on balcony with supporters.
Walter Sisulu chants to crowd, and introduces Mandela to crowd.
Mandela chants to crowd.
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So after 27 years in prison
He comes out, Mandela and his rapist gets nobel peace price
Mandela gets his price because
1) he enjoyed IT
2) He sold S.Africa back to the white
Frederik Willem de Klerk
Our favourit torture and rapist
Gets Nobel peace price for being president of apartheid state
Nah guys like Mandela and Martin Luther King
They lived in fantazy world, where everybody can be friends, and their is no greed bla bla bla
This beloved brother is being listened
to and honored here and respected, why? Because of his suffering. Because he
was persecuted and punished to the extreme. Without his suffering for his
people, his authority would be greatly diminished. I know another who suffered
to the extreme to bring truth to the world. He said if we were to begin by
"loving our enemies" we could bring change." Think about it, if
you are willing to sit down and with respect and patience listen to your enemy
and refuse to hate him, you will find that often, change for good can result.
"If your enemy is hungry, feed him, if he is thirsty, give him drink, and
in this way you will show that you are a true son of the Father." I
adopted a life commitment years ago and have found that it really works, and
often I have seen it disarm the hateful and even the violent, it was the
personal promise when I decided that "the killing stops with me," and
then that turned into, "the hating, stops with me,." And now after
many years of practicing that I now see all men as my brothers and all women as
my sisters. If someone comes at me now as my enemy, immediately I remind
myself, and say to myself silently, "This brother is in darkness, as I
once was, Oh, Father help me now to show them the light of your eternal
This video to me is absolutely shocking, I so clearly remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison in 1991, I remember the media here in America going crazy talking about it, I remember Oprah having a special on the life of Nelson Mandela, watching this video is like watching something from another world.
Yeah I remember reading about his death when I was in 7th grade, I first heard of mandela after watching rush hour 2 in 2001. I ask my teacher who was he and I told her I heard his name in a movie she told me go get a book from the library and I went during 6 period and got a book, it wasn't English alive but one just as informative, and it said July 1991 he died after his release but he was killed by apartheid police, the apartheid government collapsed I think it said 6 months later, due to civil unrest and some whites switching sides in defence of black people's rights. They elected a guy I don't remember his name but he was president till 2000, I really feel I'm in another world, someone holla back!
I remember being very young and reading a newspaper saying he died in prison, I remember thinking how sad that was, then I also remember my mom telling me years later that Mandela was released from prison and I remember being surprised and saying to her "oh I thought he was dead" I don't fall for this Mandela effect stuff but this IS a memory I clearly have and that's amazing because THAT is why they call it the Mandela Effect. Someone here in comments said it was a hoax but I've. Been looking for that and I can't find it.
mark anthony and THIS is what white SA sowed........reap the expected backlash.
It will balance one day.
But the multiple decades of rigid control and cruelty were bound to come back and bite white SA.
Suck it up, buttercup.
Biggest con-artist the world has seen. Single handily fked up a country. Black Sth Africans might be 'free' but there's still unemployment and poverty meanwhile Madibas comrades live the luxury and the mass immigration of skilled white population - fk u madiba!
@Playboi Carti is my dad I know that, my friend. My point is Adolf Eichmann was a well known Nazi criminal, found guilty of participating in the Holocaust. That´s the guy´s name his chose for his YouTube account. No wonder he hates Madiba.
The US government are such hypocrites. They always try to celebrate Mandela and his life, yet they were the cause of him being in prison, they labeled him a terrorist, and were a major force in keeping South African apartheid in force for so long. The USA is number one... in double standards.
By that time he and his comrades had been arrested multiple times for non violent protests and they were enraged finally by the mass shootings of 69 people. (civilians to be exact by the apartheid government a.k.a Sharpeville Massacre). At this point the ANC had been taking part in non violent protest for approximately 50 years with no result ,unfortunately as a means to get heard or to evoke a different response from the apartheid gov. they took an extreme decision and that was to bomb Church Street in Pretoria.
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