Farah: Don't Honor 'Unrepentant Terrorist' Mandela

In a column today, WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah claims that the late Nelson Mandela was “an unrepentant terrorist” who should not be mourned. Farah takes issue with the federal government’s decision to lower flags to half-staff in honor of Mandela. Americans should “mourn instead for the tens of millions of innocent victims of Communism and other forms of totalitarianism Mandela promoted,” he writes.

Last week, Farah argued that Mandela was an advocate of white genocide.

Should the U.S. be lowering its government flags to half-staff for a Communist Party leader?

Should the U.S. be lowering its government flags to half-staff for a liar and a deceiver?

Should the U.S. be lowering its government flags to half-staff for an unrepentant terrorist?

Should the U.S. be lowering its government flags to half-staff for a friend of Arafat, Gadhafi and Castro?



Mandela was not a freedom fighter – any more than his loathsome buddy Yasser Arafat was.

Forgive me if I don’t mourn for Mandela. I mourn instead for his victims. I mourn instead for those martyrs being persecuted, tortured and killed every day around the world for their faith in God. I mourn instead for the tens of millions of innocent victims of Communism and other forms of totalitarianism Mandela promoted.

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