MEGHAN Markle sparked a royal row this week comparing herself to the ‘second coming’ South African anti-apartheid leader, Nelson Mandela… but she might have been hinting at a wild conspiracy theory.
‘Mandela’s grandson’ hit back at Duchess Meg for comments where she quoted him as claiming that South Africans “rejoiced in the streets” when the black princess married a Prince.
He said, ‘I just need you to know: When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets the same we did when Mandela was freed from prison.’ ”
The Sun has even included ’insider joke’ headlines for the limited few who know the alleged truth about the 1990s Nelson Mandela.
Zwelivelile ‘Mandla’ Mandela has slammed the “surprising” comment and rejected her claims.
THE MANDELA EFFECT
Speaking to MailOnline, he said: “Madiba’s celebration was based on overcoming 350 years of colonialism with 60 years of a brutal apartheid regime in South Africa.
Yet, the comments by Meghan and her threat to release ”bombshell comments” have not been linked as of yet to a ‘wild conspiracy theory’ that reckons the man who was released from a South African prison in 1991 was an “actor” and “puppet” used to unify South Africa.
Many people remember Nelson Mandela dying in 1985 – and even remember news reports at the time.
It’s argued that the Western mainstream media has since been telling the World that those ‘memories’ are part of a “phenomenon” dubbed the “Mandela Effect”.
There are many people in South Africa who claim that Mandela did indeed die in prison in 1985 – and say that’s where source of the so-called ”’misremembering’ information comes from.
One South African claimed that “Mandela is neither a god nor fallen angel but is nothing more than myth—literally.”
“The Nelson Mandela that was “released” from jail was an Apartheid government-installed imposter by the name of Gibson Makanda to playe the role of Mandela.” one South African media outlet has suggested.
Prince Charles even appeared to joke about it when he met the Spice Girls in 1997.
The actor who is alleged to have played the role of Nelson between 1994 and 1999 said: “this is one of the greatest moments of my life” when he met the Spice Girls.
Prince Charles quipped: “The second greatest moment of your life”. – WATCH the video below.
Take from that what you will, but you’ll probably be branded a “conspiracy theorist”.