When Joseph Farah, editor-in-chief of WorldNetDaily, denounced the now deceased civil rights icon as a racist, communist and terrorist, this column pointed out that two of Farah's own employees have repeatedly advocated in favor of violently overthrowing the Obama administration, and by extension are guilty of the very crimes for which Farah condemned Mandela.
Now, in the ultimate irony of the previously mentioned far-right's contempt for reality and the way it manifests itself in the face of what should be cause for common ground, Larry Klayman, one of the two aforementioned proponents of violent revolution, has sided against Joseph Farah with the latter approach, comparing his own attempts to overthrow the democratically-elected President Obama to the anti-apartheid movement of Nelson Mandela.
"Let us take Mandela’s achievement in liberating South Africa from bondage as a further example of what we can accomplish in freeing our own nation from the choking despotic governmental slavery of Obama and his pliant Democratic and Republican minions in Congress and the judiciary," Klayman writes.
"We will soon be announcing the date to convene the Third Continental Congress in Philadelphia early next year where, taking a page from the Founding Fathers, we will meet to plan the next steps of our Second American Revolution, with delegates from all 50 states."
Given that Klayman's first attempt to overthrow the Obama administration only attracted roughly one hundred participants, it is suspected that Klayman will be looking for "delegates from all 50 states" for quite a while.