"We didn't have a trial in South Africa, we had a truth and reconciliation fucking meeting. The biggest war criminal, Prime Evil, is free right now in South Africa. In a sea full of Black people. Show me the Nazi that is running around free. "
Now that was f--ked up! It's very likely, [and now is stated so by many South Africans], that they were able to quickly replace ANC members with those willing to be bribed, willing to sell-out all Africans, all Black people in their own land, and/or quickly got to those who were already sellouts to begin with.
Unfortunately also, Mandela took ill-fated advice from the Asians [and others,] to not nationalize South Africa's natural resources, which left racist Whites in the same positions of socio-economic power, and South Africa's natural resources remaining the Welfare for White nations, while leaving the natives of southern Africa virtually in the same position they were in during apartheid.
But, in America, I can assure you that most African Americans are not thinking about forgiving racist White murderers, no matter how many couple, or 5 or 10 or 100 Black people they can parade in front of a camera to say they "forgive" cold-blooded racist murderers a day after the murderer has killed Black people in cold blood out of racism.
Otherwise, you are correct, Black people on average are forgiving, and logical, and think rationally and naturally have a tendency to put things in context, and there is nothing wrong with forgiveness, but no matter what America's Propaganda Machine churns out and regardless to the number of kneegroes that basically worship Whites and/or go for any and all okey-dokes racist Whites play on them, most African Americans are not forgiving racism or the cold-blooded racists that perpetrate it against Black people in America, [or anywhere in the world], for that matter. There is a big difference between forgiving genuine remorse and repentance and just arbitrary forgiveness that is not based on anything or anything genuine from a perpetrator. Neither does 'forgiveness' erase memories or instill blind-trust going forward.