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Nelson Mandela Released From Prison - 1990

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AP footage showing the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison. Crowds of well wishers are there to see him released. 11 February 1990 PAARL (commentary throughout this section). GV prison gate and many police Car convoy towards outer gate. Crowd waiting to see Mandela. LS Nelson and Winnie walk hand in hand. Winnie raises clenched fist. Both give ANC salute. CU Mandela walking. MCU Nelson and Winnie in car. Car moves off through crush of supporters and security and cameramen. motorcade leaving. 11 February 1990 CAPETOWN. GV motorcycle outriders lead Mandela convoy. PAN Convoy passing. Mandela car, damaged, drives past. Mandela car surrounded by supporters. MCU Mandela on balcony with supporters. Walter Sisulu chants to crowd, and introduces Mandela to crowd. Mandela chants to crowd. Crowd chants. X01716 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3a74d9933ba10bf172e48cc971748921 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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JAMES BRADFORD (13 days ago)
This beloved brother is being listened to and honored here and respected, why? Because of his suffering. Because he was persecuted and punished to the extreme. Without his suffering for his people, his authority would be greatly diminished. I know another who suffered to the extreme to bring truth to the world. He said if we were to begin by "loving our enemies" we could bring change." Think about it, if you are willing to sit down and with respect and patience listen to your enemy and refuse to hate him, you will find that often, change for good can result. "If your enemy is hungry, feed him, if he is thirsty, give him drink, and in this way you will show that you are a true son of the Father." I adopted a life commitment years ago and have found that it really works, and often I have seen it disarm the hateful and even the violent, it was the personal promise when I decided that "the killing stops with me," and then that turned into, "the hating, stops with me,." And now after many years of practicing that I now see all men as my brothers and all women as my sisters. If someone comes at me now as my enemy, immediately I remind myself, and say to myself silently, "This brother is in darkness, as I once was, Oh, Father help me now to show them the light of your eternal love."
Francesco Dominguez (1 month ago)
Nelson Mandela was a Political prisoner.
Raja Imran Kiyani (3 months ago)
Big salute from Pakistan
phantom man (6 months ago)
Mandela is a rare human..
Bill Daniels (6 months ago)
This video to me is absolutely shocking, I so clearly remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison in 1991, I remember the media here in America going crazy talking about it, I remember Oprah having a special on the life of Nelson Mandela, watching this video is like watching something from another world.
Jack Frost (23 days ago)
Didn't bill Clinton get him out of prison in 1995?
Justina (1 month ago)
I remember being very young and reading a newspaper saying he died in prison, I remember thinking how sad that was, then I also remember my mom telling me years later that Mandela was released from prison and I remember being surprised and saying to her "oh I thought he was dead" I don't fall for this Mandela effect stuff but this IS a memory I clearly have and that's amazing because THAT is why they call it the Mandela Effect. Someone here in comments said it was a hoax but I've. Been looking for that and I can't find it.
Rmuda (3 months ago)
Then I ask, what was the state of South Africa in your memories? Were they still an apartheid state? Were black people provided the right to vote? If so, who negotiated in Mandela's place?
Brandon's EliteTV (5 months ago)
Bill Daniels It was falsey reported that he died
Lester Dampie (7 months ago)
Rest in Peace, Winnie.
Jacob Kavhura (10 months ago)
the king of Africa
mark anthony (10 months ago)
The day the country went to the dogs
Mise Akura (6 days ago)
The day white monkeys shut up
BadcatV smith (2 months ago)
mark anthony and THIS is what white SA sowed........reap the expected backlash. It will balance one day. But the multiple decades of rigid control and cruelty were bound to come back and bite white SA. Suck it up, buttercup.
Mr Stepper (6 months ago)
mark anthony sad because you are at the bottom of the food chain now? Good, get used to it
iDalisMediaTV (7 months ago)
What an amazing speech what a great brave man. THANKYOU GOD FOR NM.
GMBH Germany (11 months ago)
Nelson Mandela Smack An Crack partybag!
Mandela is one of my heroes he stood for what was right. Rest in peace Mandela
tob3s (1 year ago)
Ok. I'm not crazy. Just checking.
Bianca Praga-Bowles (1 year ago)
Miss u Madiba!!!!! Will never forget u
Robina Bignell (2 years ago)
I remember this .
mark anthony (2 years ago)
Biggest con-artist the world has seen. Single handily fked up a country. Black Sth Africans might be 'free' but there's still unemployment and poverty meanwhile Madibas comrades live the luxury and the mass immigration of skilled white population - fk u madiba!
yummyNikNak (4 months ago)
Prins van Oranje Nice joke
yummyNikNak (4 months ago)
Prins van Oranje "Slighty less rights" lmao
Adolf Eichmann (8 months ago)
manutdjkm Yes it is better to have slightly less rights than starve to death and be shot by a Nigerian drug gang.
THE SIMZ FILMS (1 year ago)
fuck you Mark Anthony ...you fucked up assholec
manutdjkm (1 year ago)
mark anthony Let me get this straight. Are you saying that black South Africans were better off in apartheid? Are you saying it is better to to have no rights than to be free?
Michael Sykes (2 years ago)
Nelson Mandela is one of the greatest leaders of all time,men like this are only ever born once in a lifetime.
hlulani sibisi (2 years ago)
amandlaaaaa
Americans For Change (3 years ago)
The US government are such hypocrites. They always try to celebrate Mandela and his life, yet they were the cause of him being in prison, they labeled him a terrorist, and were a major force in keeping South African apartheid in force for so long. The USA is number one... in double standards.
Phophi Khandela (7 months ago)
By that time he and his comrades had been arrested multiple times for non violent protests and they were enraged finally by the mass shootings of 69 people. (civilians to be exact by the apartheid government a.k.a Sharpeville Massacre). At this point the ANC had been taking part in non violent protest for approximately 50 years with no result ,unfortunately as a means to get heard or to evoke a different response from the apartheid gov. they took an extreme decision and that was to bomb Church Street in Pretoria.
Adolf Eichmann (8 months ago)
Americans For Change No, he was the cause of him being in prison. If he didn't bomb several cities, he wouldn't be in prison.
THE READ QUEEN (1 year ago)
Americans For Change VERY WELL SAID. VERY WELL SAID INDEED!!!!
Masterpiece45 (3 years ago)
nelson mandela a free man
Bill Williams (3 years ago)
communist bastard
Mike The Sparky (1 year ago)
Stupid Bitch
fancyncv110 (1 year ago)
communists want freedom? he may be, we dont know dude chill.
THE READ QUEEN (1 year ago)
Bill Williams THIS coming from THE OPPRESSOR. How the hell is a man who only wanted PEACE, FREEDOM and not to be shot down in the streets like a dog because of the color of his skin be a Communist????? Oh wait... that's right. Because he's BLACK. Please go kill yourself you lice carrying crackkka..

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