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A bunch of terrorists!

I remember when they blew up Cubana Flight 455 on October 1976.I was a youngster at secondary school.I remembered when two CIA agents were arrested for the crime.I understand that one was a man called Luis Posada Carilles.

I remember when Apartheid existed in Africa based on a system of racial supremacy,I remember when Ronald Reagan did all in his power to help using a unique strategy called constructive engagement. I remember when the ANC fought and won against the vile system of racial rule.

I remember when a woman by the name of Margaret Thatcher called the ANC nothing but a bunch of terrorists.

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