Sign Language Interpreter at Mandela Ceremony was Faking It

This is so funny, I can hardly take it. Watch the video. Black people are so goofy. 

Who would even think of saving money at a globally broadcast event by employing a fake sign language interpreter? I mean, why wouldn’t you just not have one? Because they did have a capable White man or woman available to be the sign language interperature, but the black communist government of South Africa refused to have anyone White to preform this important job that the blacks couldn't do. They chose this stupid black imp to mock sign language to insult everyone present and the whole world of deaf people who were watching and didn't know what was being said. What else could one expect from a black Communist South African Government. 
James P. Wickstrom.

From USA Today

We aint got da paypah be throwin roun at some nigga wants to give da hand signals. Tell dat nigga ova der ta jus get up and wave he hanns aroun. Aint nobody knows da diffance.

To those outside the deaf community, the sign language interpreter for Nelson Mandela’s memorial may have looked like he was working very hard, translating the spoken words into gestures for four hours. 

But he was a complete fake, and his actions outraged deaf people around the world, according to an association for the deaf community in South Africa. 

The service to commemorate the revered statesman, who died last week at the age of 95, was broadcast to millions of viewers around the world. 

While dignitaries addressed the crowd Tuesday at Johannesburg’s FNB stadium, the suited man with a security pass produced a series of hand signals that experts say meant nothing. 

The Deaf Federation of South Africa (DeafSA) said the “interpreter” — whom it did not identify — was not a recognized professional, nor was he known by the deaf community in the country. 

“The so-called ‘interpreter’ who interpreted at the official memorial service for late former president Nelson Mandela at FNB stadium has been dubbed the ‘fake interpreter’ and the deaf community is in outrage,” DeafSA said in a statement.