CALLER: Yeah. That’s why I called. I’ve listened to your radio station for a lot of years, and I’m like, you know, when I go to South Africa, the first thing I know people are gonna say, “But why is it he went to jail?”
RUSH: Yeah, okay, so why was it?
CALLER: So most Americans believe that he went there for his political views.
RUSH: No, they think he went there because he was black, and because of apartheid.
CALLER: Yes. And apartheid. I grew up in apartheid. I’ve got a lot of black friends living in South Africa, and, you know, people do not really know why he went there. And I tell everybody it’s because he was incarcerated not for his political views but for the involvement of 23 different acts of sabotage, that he wanted to overthrow the government.
RUSH: Call it terrorism. He was in prison for acts of terrorism —
RUSH: — that he would not renounce.