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Monday, 8 December 2008

It is not Mugabe's fault!


Can one consider Robert Mugabe as a disease? As a cancerous tumour that needs to be removed by brutal force? And upon removal of this cyst, is there anything to fill the gap after it? And who is willing to perform the operation? Do AU troops have enough surgical skills, or is the expertise of the UN needed? Will Zimbabwe’s closest friend; South Africa, provide comfort and support, or will it be too busy with its own operation; removing its foot from its ass...?

Many questions, few answers. The only thing we can be sure of is that Mr Tumour himself will never see his part in the deterioration of Zimbabwe’s body and soul. Instead he will blame other pathogens.

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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Zimbabwes befolkning lider fordi Mugabe nekter å underkaste seg NWO,
Det er rett og slett en måte å tvinge landet in i en politisk verdens orden. Mugabe er faktisk ikke the bad guy. Han ønsker faktisk det beste for landet og folket. Men han ønsker å gjøre det uten det korrupte internasjonale sammfunn.
Les the confession of an economical hitman.

Anonymous said...

Like many african leaders Mugabe is not going to give up the presidential seat without first ensuring that the country is left in ruins, a token of his patrioticm to his predecessor.

Geoffrey Goines said...

>Anonymous 1

Mugabe har tydligt visat den senaste tiden att han inte agerar i sitt lands bästa. Han må vara inte den skurk som han ibland utmålas vara i media, men han är definitivt inte så oskyldig som han själv och vissa andra vill påskina

William Steffensen said...

Mugabe is a scoundrel. He let the country fall apart when he enriches himself. All the talk about freeing Zimbabwe from the western sphere of influence is just a rethoric to cover up his crimes against the Zimbabwean people!
The sad thing is that those who dared stand up to him are already dead!

Anonymous said...

any country leader that makes ppl dissapear is a crook.

harmelin said...

Of course it is Mugabe's fault!!

The international community is to blame however due to lack of leadership.
This example of human degeneration needs to be stopped, by brutal force if so.
No, there is no oil or raw-materials that support an invasion like it has in other countries we know about.
However, isn't the human suffering in this country reason alone?
Even though it is far, far, far away......??

Harald Meling
Stavanger, Norway

harmelin said...

Of course it is Mugabe's fault!!

The international community is to blame however due to lack of leadership.
This example of human degeneration needs to be stopped, by brutal force if so.
No, there is no oil or raw-materials that support an invasion like it has in other countries we know about.
However, isn't the human suffering in this country reason alone?
Even though it is far, far, far away......??

Harald Meling
Stavanger, Norway

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

Did you even bother to read my post?

harmelin said...

Yes I did, and I fully agree with you.
I see no contradiction here.
I think you have an interesting angle to the problem.
Did you read mine?

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

Apparently I misread/misinterpret yours. Sorry.

I have grown very cynical in the last couple of years, and I see that human suffering is of minor importance in issues like this.

harmelin said...

Apology accepted :)

Like I said, I only see this can be changed through the use of brutal force.
What better way for a soldier to go than saving and protecting innocent women and children??

Seriously!

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

But the focal question is than, who is best suited to lead that force?

harmelin said...

Maybe the US can do the first successful intervention since ww2?
Then the rest will follow.

Humanitarian aid has to be emphasized though!

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

US will be highly unwelcome in this part of Africa (although their presence might create a unity among the Zim people, against their common enemy...)

I would rather see the AU handling this matter.

harmelin said...

Yes, I realize that.
But this is about saving human lives, and to find somebody with the ability to do so.
Right now.

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

Sometimes one needs to sacrifices live in order to save lives.

US troops in Africa is a bad idea and might come back and bit us in a not to distant future.

harmelin said...

I hear you!

However, I would rather look away from who does what, and instead focus on what needs to be done : Save maybe half of Zim's population.
It could be US, it could be China.
It's just that China was caught selling arms to Mugabe.....

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

And I hear you!

I would rather see the AU, if they have the resources, going in and sorting things out in Zim. This will be a signal to many of the other old leaders of Africa that they have to behave, if they want to keep their job...

harmelin said...

I can agree with you!

But we cannot just sit around agreeing while everything is deterioating.
Now is of the essence.
Mugabe has to go, either through bribes or brute force.

Leads me to the situation in Myanmar btw.
But that is "of course" an entirely different discussion.

Geoffrey Goines said...

>harmelin

Ok lets end this discussion and try to figure out how to solve the zim crisis.