Mr. Cameron, that great light has not gone out. The ideals of Nelson Mandela shall continue to light up the minds, the hearts, the souls of those who have been oppressed and those that cherish equality. We, who have been persecuted, undermined, devalued as humans, shall maintain our peaceful defiance.
Nelson Mandela had a dream for South Africa. That of a "Rainbow Nation", a term expressed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. A unity of multiculturalism. One nation no longer divided by the segregation inflicted upon the non-whites. A nation where all must be treated equal without fear of repercussion.
Perhaps Mr. Cameron can have a moral revelation. May he learn of humble dignity and grace. Understand that the poor, the vulnerable, the most despairing in society, will rise above the injustices we have been burdened with. As I sit here, one of many victims of a brutal British regime, I think of Nelson Mandela. The great light of hope will forever shine.
I believe in a Rainbow Planet.
Nelson Mandela, July 18, 1918 to December 5, 2013. Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.