Did Nelson Mandela actually pass away much earlier than has been announced?
Some people on the streets of South Africa certainly feel that all is not quite as it seems in the reports given out by the mainstream media.
It also seems to be common knowledge that he had ‘died’ sometime in June and had been kept on a ventilator.
Being kept on a ventilator could mean that a person could be clinically or ‘brain’ dead but the ventilator would keep his heart muscles etc alive and fresh, the body would technically be alive, with the heart pumping but the brain and nervous system could have long since ceased their role in supporting life – he was almost certainly to be in a persistent vegetative state.
But what purpose would it serve?
Who or what would benefit from delaying the announcement of the death of a man of such stature, who was a heroic figure to millions around the world?
This is what one source who has his ear to the ground has to say:
“While he was in hospital in Pretoria he ‘celebrated’ his 95th birthday and also during that time was Mandela Day. The newspapers and SA media said that it was perhaps time to let him go quietly. It was announced that he had recovered sufficiently to be moved back home but no one ever saw him again after that. Jacob Zuma may have had some political idea in mind to keep him on a ventilator but the main feeling was that it was to protect his ‘legacy’ i.e. the Mandela Foundation etc… as his children and grandchildren were all trying to get control of the funds in the months leading up to his being hospitalised. There was talk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease as well.”
The following article from Team ALARM appeared online a while ago, but has since disappeared from the internet.
It is worth reading.
“Team ALARM has been of the opinion that Nelson Mandela, for all practical purposes, died quite a while ago. For months not one person came forward to say that they saw him. We do however have reason to suspect that he is kept alive by machines, but that for all practical reasons he became brain dead several months ago. There are several indications that his death might officially be announced very soon.”
The funeral of this very popular statesman will attract dignitaries from each and every country in the world. Up to now, the home town of Nelson Mandela, near Mthata, could not have handled a state funeral of this magnitude. In 2009 Mthata was declared a “Rapid High Impact Presidential Intervention Node” and a serious effort was started to improve the transport, roads, electricity articulation and water provision in the greater Mthata area. The new extended runway at Mthata airport was taken into service recently and the upgraded roads and electricity infrastructure was completed a month ago.
Everywhere that important people and tourists might drive or move has been upgraded and repaired. Even some of the gravel roads have been extensively repaired and re-topped. Together with the new roads, bridges and electricity, there are also new petrol stations, hotels, and the Nelson Mandela museum that all looks so shiny and new and very stylish.
The Government is of course denying that any of this has anything to do with the potential funeral of Nelson Mandela. The Government insists that it is all part and parcel of the normal infrastructure and development project run by the benevolent ANC government, to the benefit of the people of South Africa. We have to admit that the effort to improve the Mthata airport has been a long running effort that has bungled along since 2008 but has failed to materialise any tangible results, due to the normal combination of corruption and ineptitude.
That all changed rather drastically in 2012 when the improvement of the Mthata airport became a rapid development project.
The project’s “Environmental Management Plan” (EMP) states the following very plainly in its introduction: “This is a special circumstances project and it is understood that this project is being undertaken for the provision of infrastructure for the landing of aircraft at Mthatha Airport for a special circumstance which is of national importance and is related to the former president.”
Point 2.2 on page 8 of the EMP under the heading “Motivation for use of the proposed borrowpits” the following statement is made: “The Eastern Cape Department of Transport proposes to undertake the construction of a new runway at the Mthatha Airport in the Eastern Cape.
This is a special circumstances project and it is understood that this project is being undertaken for the provision of infrastructure for the landing of aircraft at Mthatha Airport for a special circumstance which is of national importance and is related to the former president.”
On 22nd November, Zuma went to inspect the improvements and repairs in the greater Mthata area and tried to gain as much political mileage as possible from it. Basically all the political elite went to see if the place looked good, and they were apparently quite impressed with the way it displayed.
Not many realise that Mthata is only 31.3km from Qunu, the Eastern Cape home village of Nelson Mandela and the place where his funeral will take place. All the developments in the greater Mthata area also included Qunu and it is only a 30 minute drive on the lovely new roads to get to Qunu from Mthata.
Then on Wednesday 27th November, the SAAF command cancelled the bi-annual Wheels and Wings show at the AFB Ysterplaat unilaterally and without any valid reason. Many people are seriously hacked off because a lot of time, effort and money has already been sunk into the event that was due to take place on 7th & 8th December.
The unexplained cancellation of the show is already creating a lot of PR fallout.
On Thursday 28th November, the head of the SANDF cancelled all leave of all military personnel for the December period. No reason has been given.
Team ALARM also became aware of large military convoys that will be moving from Pretoria and Bloemfontein to the Qunu area shortly. We have however not been able to verify this information yet.
Should it happen that Mandela’s death is announced officially, the timing could not have been more perfect for the ANC. Mandela’s funeral would attract more interest than the soccer world cup, and everybody from Obama to the Pope would probably attend his funeral. Such a spectacle would go a long way in getting pressure off the ANC generated by the Nkandla scandal and the pending split of COSATU.
Additionally it would be very, very beneficial to hold his funeral on 16th December that is already known as “Day of Reconciliation” which happens to be on a Monday this year. That means there is a very handy reconciliation long weekend appearing on the calendar in 16 days that can be used to absolute maximum benefit.
The fact that Nelson Mandela the movie also appeared this last week, handily provides the cherry for the cake. The opportunity is just too good to pass up and we wonder if the Government will really let it slide by without making use of it?
Will we see an official announcement of Nelson Mandela’s death in the next few days? It certainly looks like we are heading that way. We will only be sure when we hear the official announcement, but will not be surprised at all when we do.”
FROM: Team ALARM
This certainly sounds plausible if you look at the facts.
It’s amazing how Politicians always manipulate the facts to suit themselves.
This really seems to help with the smoke screen being promoted by the mainstream media.
And testament to how they play with events to suit their agendas.
With Thanks to Geoff.