There are no words….
PIC OF THE DAY: PM DAVID CAMERON FIRST TO SIGN MANDELA BOOK OF CONDOLENCE, HOWEVER PEOPLE HAVE LONG MEMORIES….
After paying tribute to Nelson Mandela last night, today Prime Minister David Cameron rocked up to South Africa House in central London and was the first to sign the book of condolence for Nelson Mandela.
However read this quote below…
Peter Thomson:Nelson Mandela will die soon. Today, tomorrow, this week, next week. It won’t be long. Remember this, he out-lived Thatcher. When he does die, and David Cameron’s on the Mandela bandwagon, remember that in 1985 he was a top member of the Federation of Conservative Students, which produced the “Hang Mandela” posters. In 1989, Cameron worked in the Tory Policy Unit at Central Office and went on an anti-sanctions fact-finding mission to South Africa with a pro-apartheid lobby firm sponsored by PW Botha. Remember this when he tells the world he was inspired by Madiba.
MIRACLE RISING: SOUTH AFRICA is the epic legacy of South Africa’s political transformation that culminated in the first free and fair elections in April 1994. Narrated through personal and intimate accounts from world leaders, politicians, celebrities and journalists, this thought-provoking documentary reflects on South Africa’s very own ‘Miracle’ – the inspiring story of a journey from apartheid to democracy.
WARNING: SOME FOOTAGE MAY CAUSE DISTRESS.
Rest In Peace Steve Biko, Nelson Mandela and all those who fought for freedom.
BBC News reports that South African president Jacob Zuma has announced that Nelson Mandela has sadly passed away. He was 95 years old.
“Our nation has lost its greatest son,” Mr Zuma said.
Rest In Peace Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. Freedom fighter.