Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator (gman)
Date: Wednesday, 20 October 2004, at 9:55 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Mugabe is a Bold African Liberator (gman)
Masimba, again I must ask you to stop posting propaganda of the opposing forces against Mugabe. Mugabe is a part of that African liberation generation, which was chosen by this great universe, to bring about some form of independence to African countries and their people. There are a number of them who were chosen by this universe, and they have done their work and did it well. Many of them have made mistakes but which of us upon the face of this earth who have not made mistakes?
One of our greatest problem as a people is that we are always misled by party politics, and that brings about a fighting for power, and while we are fighting for the power and the glory, our unity and black solidarity goes to waste. Yes, it was a whole team of them who were chosen to build all of those cultural social and liberation bridges, upon which we all are standing and walking today as we carry on the struggle. From Azekiwi, to Seke Ture, to Kwame Nkumah, to Kenneth Kaumba, to Jomo Kenyatta, to Julius Nyrere, to Patrice Lumumba, to Steve Bantu Biko, to Winnie and Nelson Mandela and their contempories, to Marcus Garvey and Ras Tafari Makenon and so many more too many to be mentioned here including Robert Mugabe. All of these African liberators had the same goal, Africa for Africans those at home and those aboad, and they all made the greatest sacrifices, in order to bring Mama Africa to what it is today.
The fact that Mugabe took the bold lead to reclaim the lands which were stolen from African people, will take the position of great priority, when the history of Zimbabwe is re -written. If Mugabe is treating our people badly as you seems to be claiming, then their is no doubt that he will fade away by his own attitudes, but you must not try to pull that brother down, let him come down on his own by his own ways and attitudes.
I must tell you this again, we as African liberators internationally speaking, are not going to allow any person, especially if they are black, to come on this forum, and try to set others against our African leaders, who have done well in our struggle, we will offer strong resistance. You can use your intellect, to encourage other African leaders all over Mama Africa, to jion with Mugabe, in the land reclamation activities, so that we Africans in the Diaspora can regain our land, which we left there, when we were brutalized across the middle passage.
We as Africans in the Diaspora, will also be making many social and economic changes when we get to Mama Africa and settled down, we are aware that there are some people there who are stuffing their pockets with Africa people's money, and are doing some of the things which the Europeans have done and are still doing to us, so these matters we have the intention of cleaning up. So don't
bother to send those propaganda on this forum, you know that they are going to cause contention considering that African liberators will be resisting relentlessly. Encourage the African Union and it's members to give a good, big, great push, for land reclaimation and reclaim the lands of African people, which were stolen from us by the Europeans. I think that will be of better service to African people every where, and you will certainly get some help here on that subject. I can forgive you for you mistakes, but you just cannot continue to make them, please find some thing better to do.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination. to all African people.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus.
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