Michael Ledeen on Nelson Mandela’s

Michael Ledeen on Nelson Mandela’s track record with respect to international affairs. It isn’t pretty. Mandela has praised dictators such as Castro and Khadaffi, and has been unwilling even to call for the ouster of the heinous tyrant Mugabe. Now, with his attacks on President Bush, Mandela has become, in Ledeen’s words, “yet another African loudmouth, giving moral lessons to the world and tolerating corruption and misery on his own continent.”

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