Angola: International Communism Colonizes Africa Destroying 500 Years of Civilization
Behind The Red Mask: In 2 minutes, Dr Peter Hammond clearly explains what we in Africa knew about the international Communist invasion that was masked as a ‘race war’. He provides a clear warning to open-border nations today, including America, Britain and Europe.
Key Points with Screen Shots:
Fidel Castro had 13 colonies in Africa which he oppressed, and used for slave labour.
Angola was part of Portuguese Africa. The Portuguese had been in Africa for 500 years.
They fought long and hard against the Marxist terrorists but in 1974-75 there was *Revolution in Portugal and they fled. Literally, they fled with food left on the stove, food left on the table and washing left on the line. They fled to the harbours and airports. Most had to leave their luggage behind as they crammed into the airplanes and vessels that would save them.
Then the Soviets poured into Angola with weapons and tanks.
Soon there were Cuban soldiers goose stepping down the main streets.
Then came the Soviet missiles pointed at South Africa. This was all during the Cold War [which apparently the West was fighting].
What 500 years of Portuguese civilization had built up they destroyed in months. Whole cities were destroyed.
Members of the Soviet High Command and all the Warsaw Pact nations poured in. [The eight Warsaw Pact Communist Nations: Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Soviet Union.]
They provided military hardware and training for terrorists to enter and destroy our nations [Rhodesia and South Africa].
Many of the trainees formed terrorist cells that poured into South Africa [and Rhodesia]. They placed car bombs in Shopping Centers and parking garages.
Limpet mines [a type of naval mine attached to a target by magnets] were left in shops.
*Editor Comment: The “Revolution” in Portugal 1974-75
*What suspiciously convenient timing! Portugal was essential to helping Rhodesia and South Africa hold the line against the Comintern forces. Despite the long fight against Communism that was not failing, suddenly Portugal fell to a coup “with remarkable ease”.
Only 40 years previously the Catholic Portuguese suffered horrendous terrors by Communists in the Spanish “Civil” War of 1931-1939.