The Oscar Nominations and the carefully concealed Truth of History

I at first wanted to headline this Post ‘Compliments to another Blogger’ in honor of the Post that came up as Automatically Generated in another Post that I had done.  Here is the gem:

 http://fascinatedfilmfanatic.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/invictus-trailer-looks-like-the-bottled-essence-of-an-oscar-movie/

 One short excerpt says it all:

 “It looks like it was biologically designed in a laboratory to win Oscars.”

 Good Sir, you have an uncanny ability to see the truth.  Congratulations!

 Thus without distracting from his masterpiece I refer to my Post and one other on the same subject:

 http://pumabydesign001.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/honoring-nelson-mandela%e2%80%99s-1990-walk-to-freedom/

 https://ikejakson.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/invictus-and-the-oscars-and-%e2%80%a6/

 And then you need to read about the reason for adding “and History’ in my Headline:

 https://ikejakson.wordpress.com/2010/02/03/on-a-wednesday-50-years-ago/

 My WordPress Post got a good few reads but very few comments.  But a similar Post in the UK Telegraph drew wide reaction and some informative discussion on the history of Mandela; I merely combined all the Comments that I got there and added it to my WordPress Blog for discussion.

 It is lengthy, and many contributors sometimes sidetracked; you will note that I myself state no views or interpretations.  You may check the dates and facts in my Post, and recheck and compare; one should always read and analyze all three sides of the story in history.

 But in conclusion my colleague the Blogger above in my view qualifies for a double Oscar for his observations.

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