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The Mandela Effect
by R. D. Ashby
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He stands for the removal
of apartheid, the equal status
of black and white skin
before the law; but about
 
the conflict between black
and black, witnessed by him
perennially in Africa
he could do nothing, but rue
 
the fact. Clearly,
the black man in Africa
is under greatest threat
in opposition to the black
 
man in power. Over the decades
of independence in African states,
the catalogue of atrocities
of black on black
 
has shocked the west;
Mandela made no headlines while
opposition populations
in several African countries
 
were forced to flee wanton murder
and rape; or driven
in desperation to seek asylum
in Europe, where, at least,  
 
the Mandela effect prevails.
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