South Africans have gathered in Johannesburg to mourn the former South African President. The African country is leading the world as the globe mourns the former leader who passed away on Thursday night at the age of 85.
So I’ve had time for the news from last night to settle in. It was still a bit raw when I wrote yesterday post.
South Africa has lost somebody great in their national identity but they’re not spending they’re time moping around they’re being positive. They’re dancing, sing and paying tribute to the great man. That’s the way that somebody as great as this should be remembered through song and dance.
Granted South Africa is grieving and they are starting a week of mourning starting on Sunday. I think a lot of people will use it to look back at South African History and what a great job he did for the world.
You’ve had the usual role call of people paying tribute. You’d expect the world to pay tribute to the man. We’ve seen him do great things in the world. The problem is that sometimes it seems contrived.
There were people out there that would of described Mandela as a Terrorist 30 years ago and calling for his death. People who supported the Apartheid and now describing him as one of the greatest people in history.
God damn it’s two faced.
No I’m not mentioning any names just look in to the history books and you’ll find them .
Mandela has done great things for everybody in this world. He showed us that colour doesn’t matter it’s all about what you do with your life. He was a great man who will always be remembered and loved.