Saturday, June 28, 2008
Nelson Mandela, the terrorist jailed in 1964 by the racist South African government, has been idolized and lionized by the Left for a long time.
Now, his 90th birthday gave way to a concert in London's Hyde Park that the Left just had to love, despite it being a huge bust. The Left seems to love celebrating terrorists.
Stars pay tribute to Mandela
U.S. actor Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith introduce the 46664 concert in honour of Nelson Mandela in Hyde Park, London June 27, 2008. The event was organized to raise funds for Nelson Mandela's HIV/AIDS "46664" campaign, named after his prison number. Exactly 46,664 people were expected to attend the event, which also celebrates the former South African president's 90th birthday on July 18.
Stars of the screen, stage and sporting arena have paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, whose visit to London was overshadowed by events in Zimbabwe where disputed elections have just ended.
Hollywood actor Will Smith hosted a birthday celebration concert in front of Mandela, who turns 90 next month, and nearly 50,000 cheering fans in London's Hyde Park.
It is shocking that Barry Osama Obama was not in attendance. After all, most of his close friends are terrorists.