#TheAfricanChildDay2021 #June16 #197SowetoUprising #YOUTHDAY
Hanging in one of the bedrooms of my last missionary out post residence in Soweto is one of the two black #1976SowetoUprising branded golf shirts personally donated to me by Mme Ma Victoria Mashinini, the mother of tsietsti Mashinini, the leader of Soweto Student who led the historic 1976SowetoStudentUprising in South Africa.
The story the mother of 13 kids told me about her son Tsietsti, Steve Biko and the 1976 SowetoStudentUprising is different from the story the South Africa government recycles every year.
Looking at the photos on the walls of her living room you can see why her story about the 1976 Soweto student uprising is different from the official fakenews version spready by victims of government media.
The first two most recognisable photos on her wall are the photo of her and the first and second black president of South Africa( Nelson Mandela and thabo Mbeki).
Both Presidents met her walking with the aid of a walker without adequate funds to buy medical treatment.
Both Presidents left her crippled by the same medical condition which eventually killed her because she had insufficient funds or access to the type of free medical treatment Mandela and Mbeki enjoyed.
All Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki wanted from her was to take a picture with her to credit themselves with being part of the 1976 Soweto Student leader life whose activism eventually brought political freedom to black South Africa and an end to white apartheid.
Her experience is just like the story of milions of South Africans whose struggle stories were used by MANDELA, MBEKI and ANC to get themselves into government but abandoned by the same government after Mandela and Mbeki got into government.
The same is true of the story of the Meadowlands resident female South African woman who claimed she was the very first black student shot by white apartheid police during the June 16,1976 Soweto student uprising which eventually ended white apartheid and brought freedom for black South Africa
I still remember the anger in the face of Nelson Mandela during the Nelson Mandela lecture while former Liberian president Sirleaf Johson was telling some truth about 1976 exiles killed by ANC in West Africa.
The look on Mandela's face was like the look on thabo Mbeki face the moment he heard the results of the polokwane conference which outsted him.
Oops! I almost forgot! It's the time of the year when #blackapartheid South Africa politicians use their distorted versions of their #Fakenewsmedia stories on the #1976SowetoStudentUprising in South Africa to distract the suffering South African black community from the fact that their lives under the still ongoing #BlackapartheidSouthAfrica governance is more miserable, poverty stricken, insecure, disease and crime infested, with more unemployment, more electricity black outs,more restrictions of freedom of movement and more government crimes,fraud and corruption than lives of their parents and grand parents who lived under white apartheid.
Yet for the past 27 years of exclusive #Blackapartheid governance in South Africa black apartheid media racism has used recylced #fakenews stories designed to distract black South Africans from their ever increasing suffering under the still ongoing black apartheid governance in South Africa.
To the citizens of the African countries that helped fight white apartheid racism in South Africa, the still ongoing #blackapartheidANC #DA and #EFF governance South Africa has done more and exceeded white apartheid racism in every department of the same types of crimes they blame white apartheid for.
Right now #blackapartheid South Africa is importing and infecting South African residents with all types Corona Virus strains just so the #blackapartheidANC can make money using South Africans as guinea pigs to test all types Corona Virus vaccines for vaccine developers around the world. White apartheid did not do that.