Friday, March 12, 2010

Winnie interview did happen, says UK paper

I couldn't find the article on the web, but apparently Winnie didn't have too many kind words about Nelson in a recent interview with a UK journalist. Frankly, I couldn't care less. It's the way these black Africans wipe their asses off on everything that we hold dear in western civilization that caught my attention. If in shit, they just deny everything. That simple.

The London Evening Standard has expressed puzzlement over Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's denial that she gave an interview that was published in the newspaper.

On Friday, the SABC reported that the paper's managing editor, Doug Wills, had said that the interview did take place.

Wills said the writer of the story, Lady Nadira Naipaul, was a distinguished journalist who had visited Madikizela-Mandela at home and had spoken to her at length about her experiences.

Nadira and her husband, Nobel Literature prize winner Sir VS Naipaul, were photographed with Madikizela-Mandela.

This picture had been printed with the article, Wills said.

Earlier in the day, Madikizela-Mandela denied giving the interview, in which she is quoted as making critical remarks about her former husband, Nelson Mandela.

"I did not give Ms Naipaul an interview. It is therefore not necessary for me to respond in any detail to the contents of a fabricated interview," Madikizela-Mandela said in a statement.

She added: "I will in the coming days deal with what I see as an inexplicable attempt to undermine the unity of my family, the legacy of Nelson Mandela and the high regard with which the name Mandela is held here and across the globe." - Sapa

12 Opinion(s):

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Fisheagle,

Heres the transcript of the original interview article.

The lady who did the interview is a professional journalist, and had been for 20 years. Her husband is the Nobel winner for literature.

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Fisheagle,

Heres the transcript of the original interview article.

The lady who did the interview is a professional journalist, and had been for 20 years. Her husband is the Nobel winner for literature.

Exzanian said...

Know the leopard by his spots...The interview had all the hallmarks of Winnie to a T...She got paid for the interview, decided afterwards it was not enough and just denied it all. No fear of contradiction at all...

FishEagle said...

Thanks Andrea.

Laager said...

Look at the bright side of this PR catastrophe.

The liberal west are now getting first hand insights into what white South Africans have known since c1790.

Winnie Mandela says:
"Mandela let us down. He agreed to a bad deal for the blacks. Economically, we are still on the outside. The economy is very much 'white'. It has a few token blacks, but so many who gave their life in the struggle have died unrewarded."

The fact is that the Apartheid laws are gone; the ANC controls the budget, education and the law making process. If they are unable to construct the mechanisms that create employment and prosperity they only have themselves to blame.

The real missing ingredient is a white work ethic.

Their race, victimhood and entitlement cards will always keep them enslaved.

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

No worries..

It will be interesting to see what happens with this? Cause obviously winnie, and the Nelson Mandela Foundation on her behalf, has gone out and lied, accusing the journalist of printing lies.

What is going to happen now? Is winnie going to insist it was lies, in the face of the evidence against her, or what is she going to say? Why did she back down and lie about the interview, and accuse the journalist of being a liar?

Will be very interesting, I think..

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Sorry, just noticed my previous comment came through twice. Don't know why that happened, but that was not intentional. Sorry.

WHITEADDER said...

Our Winnie would never lie . Would she ?

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Laager,

I agree.... I'd include in that 'white work ethic'... to be the personal responsibility to refrain from procreating until you were in a committed relationship, and/or had consentrated your wealth through saving and education to be able to provide a loving and secure environment for your small family children.

Imagine if that had been blacks work ethic, since 1868; then there would be about 10 million South Africans... 5 million white, and 5 million black and coloured... and all SA's resources would only be divided by the work ethic of 10 million people...

Instead they focussed on breeding unwanted, and hated babies as cannon fodder and slaves, like rabbits on viagra... and now they sit with 40 million.. and htey wonder why they are in a neverending spiral of resource wars??

Its just population policy common sense... for anyone who doesnt think like a k4....

Lime said...

Mmmm....wonder who's lying. A respected journalist or the "mother" of South Africa?? I hope the jounalist taped the interview!

Max said...

I knew this would eventually happen, his evil bitch would always seek revenge after the ANC and Nelson put their boot under her arse way back then.
She has been waiting for the right moment, what with the freedom of lunacy now been supported and adopted by Zuma, Malema and the likes, this was the ideal time for her to vent her anger. The only problem is she picked on the hero of the world and now that her feelings are out in the MSM she is shitting herself.
Probably pissed at the time and now regrets her utterances.

Anonymous said...

It is fascinating that a country which once housed and produced the likes of Smuts, Steyn, Kruger, Ghandi, Hofmeyer, Luthuli, De La Rey, and thousands of other decent, intelligent people, should now have to interest itself in the utterances and actions of this present crowd, whether mendacious or not.

Anon.