Dienstag, 10. Dezember 2013

100 Staatsführer zur Beerdigung von Mandela

Obama und Ban Ki-mon werden bei der Beerdigung sprechen. Diese Verbrecher als Redner einzuladen ist ein post mortem-Schlag ins Gesicht von Mandela. Welch ein Missgriff von Südafrikas Regierung und der Familie Mandelas. Wenn schon diese 100 Staatsmänner sein mussten, von denen die meisten oder zumindest die Länder, die sie vertreten, aktiv mit der Apartheid zusammengearbeitet haben, wäre da nicht eine schlichte Feier mit einem südafrikanischen Chor, der Freiheitslieder singt, viel angemessener gewesen? Und außerdem hätten die wahren Freunde sich diesem Zirkus nicht anschließen sollen. Das Ganze ist nur widerlich.


Hier folgt die  (bislang) bestätigte Liste der Regierungsvertreter, die der Beerdigung der verstorbenen Ikone Nelson Mandela beiwohnen werden. Die Ehrung des Lebens eines unvergleichlichen Führers bringt Persönlichkeiten aus allen Schichten zusammen  - von ehemaligen Präsidenten und Premierministern zu Leuten wie Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, U2's Bono bis zum einfachen Mann von der Straße. Sowohl ehemalige US-Präsidenten Carter, Clinton, GW Bush werden dabei sein wie auch Englands Blair und Frankreichs Sarkozy.



Afghanistan: His Excellency Hamid Karzai, President
Algeria: His Excellency Mr Abdelkader Bensalah, Speaker
of the Council of the Nation (Senate) – rank above the Prime
Minister
Angola: His Excellency Mr Manuel Vicente, Vice President
Argentina: Mr Amado Boudou, Acting President of
Argentina
Australia: His Excellency Mr Tony Abbott, MP, Prime
Minister
Bahamas: Right Honourable Perry Christie, Prime Minister
Bangladesh: His Excellency Mr Md. Abdul Hamid MD ABDUL,
President
Belgium: His Royal Highness King Philippe
Benin: His Excellency Boni Yayi, President
Botswana: His Excellency Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian
Khama, President
Brazil: Her Excellency Dilma Rousseff, President
Burundi: His Excellency Pierre Nkurunziza, President
Canada: His Excellency Stephen Harper, Prime Minister
Chad: His Excellency Mr Idriss Deby Itno, President
China: His Excellency Li Yuanchao, Vice President,
Comores: His Excellency Dr Ikiliou Dhoinine, President
Congo (Republic of the Congo): His Excellency Mr Denis
Sassou-Nguesso, President
Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo): His Excellency
Joseph Kabila, President
Cote d Ivoire: His Excellency President Allassane
Ouattara, President
Croatia: His Excellency Josipovic Ivo, President
Cuba: His Excellency Raul Castro Ruz, President
Denmark: His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Federick
Djibouti: His Excellency Ismail Omar Guelleh, President
Ethiopia: His Excellency Ato Hailemariam Dessalegn,
Prime Minister
Equatorial Guinea: His Excellency Mr Obiang Mbasogo,
President
France: His Excellency, Francois Hollande, President
Finland: His Excellency Sauli Niinisto, President
Gabon: His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba, President
The Gambia: His Excellency Prof Alhaji Dr Yahya AJJ
Jammeh, President Sheikh
Ghana: His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, President
Germany: His Excellency Joachim Gauck, President
Guyana: His Excellency Donald Ramotar, President
Guinea: His Excellency Prof Alpha Conde, President
India: His Excellency Pranab Mukherjee, President
Ireland: His Excellency Michael D Higgins, President
Italy: His Excellency Enrico Letta, Prime Minister
Japan: His Imperial Highness, Crown Prince Naruhito
Jamaica: Her Excellency, Portia Simpson Miller, Prime
Minister
Jordan: Her Royal Highness, Queen Rania Al Abdullah and
His Excellency Prime Minister Dr Abdullah Ensour
Kenya: His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, President
Korea (South): His Excellency Hongwon Chung, Prime
Minister
Lebanon: His Excellency Mr Najib Mikati, Prime Minister
Lesotho: His Excellency, T Thabane, Prime Minister
Liberia: Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President
Mozambique: President of Mozambique, HE Armando Emilio
Guebuza
Namibia: His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba, President
Niger: His Excellency Issoufou Mahamdou, President
New Zealand: Right Hon John Key, Prime Minister
Nigeria: His Excellency Goodluck Jonathan, President
Niger: His Excellency Mahamadou, President of Niger
Norway: His Royal Highness Haakon, Crown Prince of
Norway
Pakistan: His Excellency Mr Mamnoon Hussain, President
Palestinian State: His Excellency Mahmoud Abbas,
President
Portugal: His Excellency, Anibal Cavaco Silva, President
Saudi Arabia: His Royal Highness Prince Muqrin bin
Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Crown Prince
Saharawi Republic: His Excellency Mr Mohamed Abdelaziz,
President
Senegal: His Excellency Macky Sall, President
Serbia: His Excellency Tomislav Nikolic, President
Seychelles: His Excellency Mr James Alix MICHEL
Spain: His Royal Highness Felipe de Borbon, The Prince
of Asturias
Sri Lanka: His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, President
Sudan: His Excellency Bakri Hassan Salih, Vice President
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse,
President
Slovenia: His Excellency Pahor, President
South Sudan: His Excellency General Salva Kir Mayardit,
President
Sweden: His Excellency Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister
and Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria.
Switzerland: His Excellency Mr Ulrich Maurer, President
Swaziland: His Excellency Dr Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime
Minister
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse,
President
Tanzania: His Excellency Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete,
President
Timor-Leste: His Excellency Kay Rala Xanana, Prime
Minister
Tunisia: His Excellency Mohamed Moncef Marzouki,
President
Trinidad and Tobago: His Excellency Mrs Kamla
Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister
Uganda: His Excellency Yoweri Kagota Museveni, President
United Arab Emirates: His Excellency Sheikh Nayahan Bin
Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture – Special Envoy of
the Emir
United Kingdom: His Royal Highness Prince Charles,
Prince of Wales and Prime Minister David Cameron
United States of America: His Excellency Barack Obama,
President
Venezuela: His Excellency Nicolas Maduro Moros,
President
Zimbabwe: His Excellency Robert Gabriel Mugabe,
President
Zambia: His Excellency Michael Sata, President
Arab States League: His Excellency Amb Samir Hosny,
Minister
African Union Commission: Her Excellency Dr Nkosazana
Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson
Commonwealth: His Excellency, Mr Kamalesh Sharma
European Council: His Excellency Mr Herman van Rompuy,
President
Mexico: His Excellency Enrique Pena Nieto President of
Mexico
Mauritius: His Excellency Dr the Honourable
Navinchandra, Prime Minister
Mauritania: His Excellency Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz,
President
Malawi: Her Excellency Joyce Banda, President
Grand Duchy of Luxenbourg: His Royal Highness Henry of
Luxembourg, The Grand Duke


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Kommentare:

  1. Offtopic, aber heiss. Leaks vom Syrien-Söldner Matthew van Dyke nebst Eingeständnissen über Chemiewaffen, Fake-Revolution, Brown Moses, einen Sex-Skandal und menschen die Terror sponsern und fördern.
    http://leaks.sea.sy/vandyke-leaks/

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  2. hm... wenn denn Leute wie G.W.Bush und diese Menschenschlächter denn wirklich der Beisetzung beiwohnen, dann frage ich mich, ob die vielleicht nicht auch ganz sicher gehen wollen, daß er unter die Erde kommt. Ist es eigentlich auch möglich gewisse Leute explizit zu verweigern, daß sie an der Beerdigung teilnehmen? Wenn das nicht so ist, dann komme ich lieber sofort aus dem Grab, bevor mit dem ganzen Sand auf dem Sarg eben dieser nicht mehr aufzukriegen ist, um dann jedem Menschenschlächter, Vergewaltiger und Folterer vor aller Augen ins Gesicht zu spucken!
    Wenn Verbrecher ihre beschmutzte Weste weißwaschen wollen, dann sollen die lieber bei Per(ver)sil bleiben, und ich hoffe dann, daß die Menschen auch mal so schlau sind, daß sie solche Waschmittel nicht mehr kaufen, weil sie doch mal langsam einsehen, daß Persil nicht seit den letzten 100 Jahren immer weißer wäscht, sondern die Wäsche seit dieser Zeit nur bleicht ...

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