Re: Ex-Mugabe ally changes his tune
Posted By: Masimba Musodza In Response To: Re: Ex-Mugabe ally changes his tune (franksta)
Date: Tuesday, 30 August 2005, at 5:19 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Ex-Mugabe ally changes his tune (franksta)
Which country are you from?
You speak of seeking white approval. Did you know that Mugabe recently said that he would like to speak to Mr Blair, rather than Mr Tsvangirai. The UK Embassy replied that while it had concerns about the situation in Zimbabwe, there were no specific bilateral issues to discuss. Given that he described his recent "victory" in the "elections" as the Anti-Blair Elections, it seems rather strange that he is trying to engage this same Blair in talks. Is that not seeking white approval.
I still maintain that Mugabe is in fact an instrument of nefarious forces in the West. Zimbabwe is a very ancient nation, far more ancient than any of the present peoples can even realise, and this is why they want our country.
I also maintain that many of the so-called Pan-Africanists in the Black Disapora are in fact agents of these same nefarious forces. Hence the interest in occult subjects under the guise of seeking to expand knowledge of ancient Egypt. There can be no question that Mugabe is going, but I fear the people's revolution will be hijacked.
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