Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator (Masimba Musodza)
Date: Tuesday, 19 October 2004, at 10:08 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator (Masimba Musodza)
Can you explain your Afican liberation reason, for posting all those propaganda from the European News papers, on this black African forum of reasoning. This black African forum of reasoning is really about African people, taking a serious look at the state and condition of the African race of people everywhere. This is really an African family discussion, when you bring in Europeaan propaganda against African leaders, who have done good for the African cause, then that is evil communication, which is really an interruption to good manners and good reasoning.
So what is your reason for posting these pieces from the European news papers, is it not to subvert the government of Zimbabwe by stirring up
disunity against Mugabe?
When conscious people who are African Liberators, take serious and drastic steps against slave trading activities, there is always, always resistance against these good African people by Europeans, and they do pay and use black people as their agents. They just think that after 500 years of slave trading activities, that we have no right to be still standing up for our rights, because it has been such a very long time. Look what they have done to Nelson and Winnie Mandela and so many others in Azania. Look what they have done Steve Bantu Biko, Jomo Kenyatta, the children of Suweto, Patrice Lummumba, and even those great people the Coromantee, who dare to fight them for their rights for many decade, and in the end,they marooned then into a corner which can only be called mental and physical slavery, a total picture of divide and rule.
While the Maroons were given 1,500 acres of land to live on their own, slave trading activities were in full progress, throughout the rest of the country on the plantations. African people were still being sold in the slave markets from day to day. While the war between the Europeans were in progress, Africans would escape from time to time into the mountains and were welcomed by the Maroons. But after these Europeans came up with this dishonest Peace Treaty, they had clauses in it which demanded that the Maroons should help them to crush all slavery revolt, and also return Africans who escape from the plantations for a reward. In addition, they planted two European spys, to live among the Maroons, to learn their way of life, in order to conquer them which they did.
Don't you try to tell us as African people, that because more than five hundred years have past, since our lands, natural resources African human resources have been stolen, we have no right to reclaim them, we have all the rights to reclaim our property which were stolen. You should be posting articles, encouraging other African Leaders in other parts of Africa, to put Reparation into practice by taking back our lands, then Mugabe, would not appear to be just an isolated case. Again I must ask you to find something much better to do, which can be helpful to African people everywhere, instead of tring to create disunity against Mugabe, remember that Mugabe is your brother even if you do not like him, give him a chance to lead instead of spending his time resisting European propaganda.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus.
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