South Africa – Nelson Mandela was admitted to a Pretoria hospital on June 8 for a recurring lung infection. Upon his admission, a flurry of media reports were channeled through different news outlets worldwide. From the onset, there have been conflicting descriptions of the truth surrounding his health condition.
It was reported that he had passed over and was being kept alive on life support machines. There have been reports of greed and abuse from his family, and so far it seems as the entire Mandela health speculation is none other than a well-orchestrated conspiracy to manipulate the citizens of South Africa.
As public interest has dwindled, the government and Mandela family remain unmoved by the implications of their manipulation and their brain washing speeches did not work. They are devising another plot to manipulate the people with their lies and deceit. With their current plans to exploit the Nelson Mandela Trust and companies, we can expect the same update from the Government – critical but stable.
The frequent visits to the hospital have stopped, and the media attention has dwindled. Could the Government and the Mandela family silence be their hope of brushing aside the dignity of Madiba? Does the government believe the true condition of the icon will just dissolve like so many of their previous underhanded blunders?
A man of 95 years in hospital, critically sick, but stable, for almost three months seems like the ultimate fabrication – and with the history of how dishonest the current government is, maybe they will find a Nelson double and say he had a miraculous recovery. It is possible that they are scheming on how to deal with the nightmare of their own making and construct a well-devised plan to deceive the public and maintain their power with the upcoming election.
It has been almost two weeks since an official announcement has been made regarding an update on Nelson Mandela’s health. Although we could expect the same announcement – critical but stable. There is a definite evil influence lurking within the government and the Mandela family connection.
Update – today August 23, government spokesperson, Mac. Maharaj said Nelson Mandela’s condition remains critical but steadily improving. He did not provide an update and said nothing has changed since the last official update. Today marks the 77th day at the Mediclinic Heart Hospital in Pretoria.
Written by Laura Oneale