YEA...THIS IS SO TRUE WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT WHOLE NATIONS THAT WILL FALL AND BELIEVE IN AWE WHEN THE ANTICHRIST APPEARS. LOOKING AT THE "WHOLE WORLD" MAKING A DEMI - GOD OUT OF A TERRORIST THAT HAD IT IN MIND TO KILL LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE....YOU AGAIN REALIZE HOW DEEPLY SICK AND DERANGED THIS SO-CALLED "LEADERS" OF THIS WORLD HAS BECAME. IN THIS SAME STYLE- WITH THEIR LIBERAL TRASH NEWSPAPERS AND MEDIA- WILL THEY LEAD LITERALLY MILLIONS TO THEIR DOOM.
THE IRONY COMES IN THIS- WHILE THE UN IS BLOWING SMOKE UP THE BLACK ARSES IN THEIR ASSEMBLY- THEIR OWN MEMBER-COUNTRIES ARE SUCKING DRY BLACK AFRICA OF IT'S RESOURCES....BUT YEA....AS LONG AS THEY KEEP THE BLACK MONKEY HAPPY- THEY CAN KEEP ON STEALING HIS BANANAS EH?
The decision by the Secular-Humanist Conclave', the UN, to immortalize its First Apostolic See, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, by dedicating a planetary-wide day of worship for his Theosophic Number-One-ness, is certainly one of the greatest turning points in Human History.
Man killed God, and became God. But the absence of a Father (the Oediphus Complex) has seen the lonely new sin-bound (i.e. racist') Man-God yearn for a reincarnate Perfect Being to replace the old Christian God.
Enter Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.a humble goat herder from the Cradle of Humanity who will lead his cherubic Noble Savage People, and the rest of Humanity, to the Promised Land of Milk and Honey.
All HAIL to the new Perfect Being, all HAIL to Nelson Mandela
.the first official God-Man in the History of Humanity!
UN celebrates Mandela Day
Jul 17, 2010 11:33 AM | By Sapa-AP
The U.N. General Assembly celebrated the inaugural "Nelson Mandela International Day" with tributes to the South African anti-apartheid leader's moral leadership and lifelong commitment to fighting racial oppression and promoting peace.
The 192-member world body, in a rare action, approved a resolution last November authorizing the commemoration of Mandela's birthday - July 18 -every year to recognize the Nobel Peace Prize laureate's contribution to resolving conflicts and promoting race relations, human rights and reconciliation.
At Friday's U.N. commemoration - held two days early because Mandela's birthday this year falls on Sunday - General Assembly President Ali Abdessalam Treki called Mandela "an icon" and "one of the greatest moral and political leaders of our time." He called in a statement for the international community to mark the day by stepping up the fight "for social equality and justice and the pursuit of peace through dialogue." Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called Mandela "a towering figure" who "embodies the highest values of humanity, and of the United Nations."
"His life, his strength and his decency are an example to us all," Ban said in a statement. "He fought his oppressors for years.
And then, he forgave them." Mandela, who will be 92 on Sunday, led the fight against apartheid in South Africa as head of the African National Congress' armed wing. He was convicted of sabotage and other crimes and served 27 years in prison. When he was freed in 1990, he supported reconciliation, helped lead South Africa's transition toward multi-racial democracy, and became the country's first president to win in a fully democratic election in 1994.
South Africa's Foreign Minister Maite Nkoane-Mashabane noted that the successful World Cup competition was dedicated to Mandela, who attended the final game, but she said he has discouraged the holding of parties to celebrate his birthday this weekend.
Mandela wants individuals and groups "to serve humanity on his birthday," she said, and he will likely turn up at one of those events to help the elderly or the needy.
Egypt's U.N. Ambassador Maged Abdelaziz, speaking for the 118-nation Nonaligned Movement of mainly developing countries including South Africa, called Mandela "a world symbol of resistance to racism and a source of inspiration to all those around the world who are fighting to end foreign occupation and to eliminate all forms of discrimination and injustices."
He said Mandela's efforts to promote international cooperation and dialogue should inspire all nations to keep trying "to prevent the exacerbation of the sentiments of hatred and racism."
U.S. deputy ambassador Brooke Anderson said "apartheid collapsed because Mandela convinced his jailers to surrender the key."
"What makes Mandela more than just a president, more than just the hero of a liberation struggle, is his ability to remember yesterday while focusing on tomorrow - to offer the knowing and embracing forgiveness that transforms the oppressor and lifts up the oppressed."
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