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Last edited: Saturday, March 22, 2008
Posted: Saturday, March 22, 2008

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For all those who hate Robert Mugabe...

Status Quo


A lot has been said about the situation in our beloved country Zimbabwe, we the populace of this once prosperous country have been subjected to a lot of propaganda and brainwash by the evil and diabolical regime that rules our country, such that we are no longer in a position to know who we are, were we are and were we are going. We do know that we came from a very prosperous and bountiful past, but the light that signifies these very pleasant times is quickly and painfully fading as we proceed to a very uncertain and dark future, and now a country that was once the subject to so much envy is now the laughing stock of the whole world.


Our country is in intensive care unit, and there isn’t any type of political medicine that can cure it at this point in time. Tyranny is the worst drug known to man, it is stronger than heroin, cocaine and all the world’s hallucinatories put together, it is more resilient than a young man courting a pretty maiden, it is more annoying than a mosquito, biting and buzzing around on a hot and humid night during the African summer.


You do not need a rocket scientist to tell you that this country is beyond repair. The ironic part is that the whole world is watching and laughing or not giving a damn whether or not the poor citizens of this country live by the standards that “we” set or they stew in their own bile and roast on a spit which is the artificial world which the developed world’s greedy son-of-a bitch ancestors made. Do you think we are happy, amused? We aren’t. Mugabe, Bush, Blair and Brown are all the same. They don’t give a shit about their own people but they go on to want to be seen as men who are concerned about the welfare and the sovereignty of other countries, yet their own people are suffering and crying for the attention they waste on others. Mugabe went to Congo to steal diamonds, Bush and Blair went to Iraq to steal oil. Both these escapades were mercenary efforts meant to achieve nothing but to plunder and steal from other countries. Mugabe could have saved a lot of pecuniary and human resources had he kept his octogenarian nose out of Congolese business, Bush could have achieved the same had he left Sadam alone. It just isn’t your fight you bloody bastard. Mugabe is the biggest hypocrite I’ve ever come across both in real life and in history books. He rants and raves about sovereignty, and always tells the British to leave him alone. How come he couldn’t leave the Congolese alone. Wolf in sheep’s clothing, purporting to be a saviour, a helping hand. Why not let Kabila and his people solve their own problems? Why not let Iraq solve its own problems?


There is however one fact that serves as my consolation at the end of the day…All dictators suffer a similar fate…Hitler, Amin Dada, Musollini, Napoleon, they all had it, their Waterloo that is, their Normandy.


I sit and wait to see which one its going to be for our old Mugabe, Waterloo, or Normandy?


Such is the state of affairs, the status quo…


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