Re: Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe is Still the Better "D
Posted By: bwari In Response To: Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe is Still the Better "Devil *LINK* (Ras Tyehimba)
Date: Wednesday, 13 October 2004, at 10:15 a.m.
In Response To: Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe is Still the Better "Devil *LINK* (Ras Tyehimba)
I read the whole article. The argument that President Robert Mugabe is now a dictator in the face of the US and Britain because he is fighting for his p'ple is a true and valid one.
Once again, you see these economic powers trying to protect their selfish interests in the name of democracy. What President Mugabe is doing is right. The land belongs to the native Zimbabweans, there is no reason at all why 90 percent of the land should be controlled by 18 percent of the population, in this case whites. The natives are homeless and without food yet the thieves thrive in stolen riches. This is becoming disgusting.
The US and Britain need to stop meddling in the affairs of other countries because it is quite clear that they cause chaos more than they bring peace, although that is what they claim they try to do. The various wars that have been instigated by this nations should serve as an example that this nations are only interested in gaining control of the world if not the universe.
But just like Bob Marley said, " if you are big tree, we are the small axe ready and sharpened to cut you down." " You can fool some people sometimes, but you cannot fool all athe people all the time, now we see the light stand up for your rights."
Soon the Kenyan and Namibian natives will want what is rightfully theirs given to them and then what? If the leaders comply to the demands of their people, then they will be labelled "devils"
I say Jah fire burn all the hypocrites and consume their very souls.
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