The Mandela Effect


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Jun 27, 2017
Mandela effect- An observed phenomenon in which a large segment of the population misremembers a significant event or shares a memory of an event that did not actually occur.

Named after a believed knowledge that Nelson Mandela died in prison (he was there from 1965 to 1990) when he actually died at age 95 at home after serving as President of South Africa.

It appears that virtually every high profile "police/minority custody" event displays the Mandela effect. An example; Ferguson, Missouri-"Hands Up, Don't Shoot!". No evidence exists that this ever happened.

"A lie is halfway round the world before the truth has got its boots on!"

This effect is encouraged by plaintiffs attorneys, terrified government officials, an incurious news media, and confirmation bias.

As of today, there is no published official autopsy or toxicology report from Memphis. Hmmmm!