Nelson Mandela

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It always seems impossible until it's done.feedback
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May 02 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Nelson Mandela is associated, including nobody and background. Most recently, Nelson Mandela has been quoted saying: β€œIn that time, I've seen prime ministers and leaders of the opposition come and go, but for all their achievements and failures, what I didn't see was a sustained attempt to rid this country of what really holds people back. I never heard a clear invitation for everyone in the country to work together and create a real alternative to our rigged economy. So when I was asked to put my name forward in Labour's 2015 leadership election, I felt I should step up. And if party leaders put themselves ahead of serving the people, they stop listening and even put our country at risk.” in the article Jeremy Corbyn gets personal in one-off campaign speech. An other article where Nelson Mandela has been quoted is Documentary focusses on South Africa's 'Other Man' FW de Klerk.
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Jun 26 2008

Mugabe has run the economy into the ground. He has perpetrated extraordinary violence against his own people. What is remaining of this election is a complete and total sham.feedback

Jul 19 2007

This match is more than just a game – it symbolises the power of football to bring people together from all over the world, regardless of the language they speak or the colour of their skin.feedback

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