Da Black Whole

Friday, September 21, 2007

Bush Declares Elder Mandela Dead

Fri Sep 21, 8:15 AM ET

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Nelson Mandela is still very much alive despite an embarrassing gaffe by U.S. President George W. Bush, who alluded to the former South African leader's death in an attempt to explain sectarian violence in Iraq.

"It's out there. All we can do is reassure people, especially South Africans, that President Mandela is alive," Achmat Dangor, chief executive officer of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, said as Bush's comments received worldwide coverage.

In a speech defending his administration's Iraq policy, Bush said former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's brutality had made it impossible for a unifying leader to emerge and stop the sectarian violence that has engulfed the Middle Eastern nation.

"I heard somebody say, Where's Mandela?' Well, Mandela's dead because Saddam Hussein killed all the Mandelas," Bush, who has a reputation for verbal faux pas, said in a press conference in Washington on Thursday.

Jailed for 27 years for fighting white minority rule, Mandela became South Africa's first black president in 1994. He won a Nobel Peace Prize for preaching racial harmony and guiding the nation peacefully into the post-apartheid era.

References to his death -- Mandela is now 89 and increasingly frail -- are seen as insensitive in South Africa.

"It's out there."

Indeed it is.

In there, too.

And given the reputation of Bonesmen . . . it shouldn't come as any surprise that Junior is a fan of Black Wholes.


No no baby dont need no phone
Levin's the numbah o your badbone

Have Sir Richard and his shrew Scilla slipped a doppleganger Mandela (hmm . . . man-d'el-a, a female that only looks like a man) into The Global Eeels, uh, Elite, er Elders?

Has anyone seen McCartney lately?

Up close?

And that Saddam . . . wow he really gets around!

Here's the Dub-a-rub-rubya:

"I heard somebody say, Where's Mandela?' Well, Mandela's dead because Saddam Hussein killed all the Mandelas," Bush, who has a reputation for verbal faux pas, said in a press conference in Washington on Thursday.

Yeah. Faux pas.

He faux pas a lot don't he?

He's really ridikillus. Everything but Big Floppy Shoes.

Do not be disarmed or charmed. Junior is very good at what he does -- at night-navigation, flying in the dark, the quickfooted illusion of spontaneity: at presenting various useful fronts while maintaining a dismissible, inept, almost ritually clownish demeanor.

Junior isn't educated, or erudite, or accomplished.

Neither is a snake.

But both are cunning and dangerous within their domains.

Wonder who the Somebody was who said "Where's Mandela"?

Another phunny thang. Just yesterday Little D was chatting (no, not to himself, that's Monday-Wednesday) with someone about how both the Right (e.g., Bush) and the supposed-Left (i.e., The Global Founders and Elders) share pseudo-elite, masonic, godless, matriarchal agendas.

This guy mentioned that the "M" in the two-headed goddess logo of Sir Richard's Virgin Records strongly resembles the masonic square and compass. (Amongst other things, the square infers rule on land and the compass dominion at sea.)
We post our toasties re The Global Elders Uno and Dos, below. As reported therein, the key player cementing formation of the Elders was Nelson Mandela.

Next day, why, theeeeere's George, blurting The Mandela Thing.

Notice how the spiked tail of the occult/masonic red dragon lurks directly below the GynoGemini vagina. Directly in line beneath, the gate of hell gapes in mimicry, a hoarding pirate's black heart. It's "appendages" ape the serpent's occult "feelers," extending beyond the head (i.e., across time -- augury, soothsaying, sorcery.)

For, since generally no one is accustomed to obey crafty and clever men so submissively as those whose soul is weakened and broken down by the domination of the passions, there have been in the sect of the Freemasons some who have plainly determined and proposed that, artfully and of set purpose, the multitude should be satiated with a boundless license of vice, as, when this had been done, it would easily come under their power and authority for any acts of daring.

-- Thomas Droleskey, Sad Land of Masonry, Of Thee I Write

A huge generation traumatized by The Bomb and looming planetary ecological disaster, hypnotized by drugs, sex, and The Electronic Nipple.

Virgin territory -- prime territory -- for sorcery, subterfuge, mass manipulation, uber-control.

It worked.
Joseph Smith's Mormonism borrowed heavily from Masonry. In 2002, Smith's original Temple in Nauvoo, Illinois, was reconstructed exactly . . . except that the original "flying angel" weather-vane atop the Temple was replaced by a likeness of the "Angel Moroni."

Check the weather vane's (veins) Masonic compass and square appearing ABOVE the "angel" (i.e., the Craft, or secret Society, supercedes any deity.) The fleur-d'-lys spearpoint, a la Longinus, transfixes the angel in time, extending the Crucifixion indefinitely. The holy book is aloft, but the lips never quite reach the trumpet, and he blows not the horn, but as himself an inert tool, with every masonic wind.

Here's Gen'rul George's Masonic Apron, as "Levitical High Priest" of the new, multi-religious/nonreligious nation.
It was given by a Mason, Gen'rul Lafayette, to a high-ranking Mason, Washington. To be fair, apparently Lafayette became a Mason only late and reluctantly, and was more a military man than a Lodger. Militarism and pawn-playing are equivalent.
However expediently, via the Apron Lafayette extended the Masonic principles and schemes of the brewing French Revolution (principally, final separation of Church/royalty and State, with eventual subjugation of Church/royalty by State) through Washington, and into the American fabric.
From the historical long-view, and in realpolitik terms, the French and American Revolutions were concurrent, and certainly were guided by the same Intelligence.

[Breef Digression: why are top military commanders called 'Generals'? "Gen" is a female prefix.]

The Apron is supposedly a Craftsman's Shield, but don't the ladies wear it in the kitchen?

Hey. Just wondering.

Enyway, at the superior position of Gen'rul George's fancy occult Apron, we find a hive amid orbiting bees.

It is ironic, and probably more, that the newspaper in Kali-fornia's capitol is the Sacramento Bee (Sacred or Sacramental Bee.)

Associated widely with masonry and Babylon, bees feature in Hislop's The Two Babylons:

Thus we find Muller referring to the symbols connected with the worship of the Ephesian Diana: "Her constant symbol is the bee, which is not otherwise attributed to Diana...The chief priest himself was called Essen, or the king-bee." The character of the chief priest shows the character of the god he represented. The contemplar divinity of Diana, the tower-bearing goddess, was of course the same divinity as invariably accompanied the Babylonian goddess: and this title of the priest shows that the Bee which appeared on her medals was just another symbol for her child, as the "Seed of the Woman," in his assumed character, as Dabar, "The Word" that enlightened the souls of men.

As reported, via Reuters, in our post below of September 5, "Colony Collapse Disorder":

Beekeepers do not find bees dead -- they simply find the hives nearly empty, with the queens alone and workers gone.

Hive empty. Queen alone. Workers gone.

Maybe a holi-day for Flying Monkeys everywhere?


Funny medal.

Oh well I liked the Tin Man anyway. :O)


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