ALL THAT IS A PACT OF LIES. ROBERT MUGABE SPENT HIS EARLIER YEARS FIGHTING BRITISH RULE LIBERATING WHAT WAS NAMED RHODESIA UNDER COLONIALISM.SEE THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER IS MR. MUGABE DIDN’T JUST TAKE THE LAND FROM WHITE FARMERS.HE ACTUAL INTRODUCED LAND REFORM STATING THAT ALL UNUSED FERTILE LAND HELD BY WHITE FARMERS WOULD BE BOUGHT BACK BY THE GOVERNMENT AND THEN GIVEN TO THE BLACKS WHO ACTUALLY WORKED ON THE FARM DOING THE FARMING.TO STATE THAT HE GAVE LAND TO PEOPLE WHO DIDN’T KNOW HOW TO FARM IS IN ITSELF WHITE SUPREMACY..THE WHITES CAN FARM BUT THE BLACKS CAN’T.
TRUTH BE TOLD IS.. WHAT ENRAGED EUROPEANS SO MUCH(WHICH WAS NOT SPOKEN) MR. MUGABE REDESTRIBUTED THE LAND BECAUSE DURING COLONIALISM 95% OF ALL PRODUCTIVE LAND WAS TAKEN FROM BLACKS AND GIVEN TO THE MINORITY WHITES AND UNTIL THAT WRONG HAD BEEN RIGHTED REGARDLESS TO WHO HELD THE GOVERNMENT TITLES,EUROPEANS WOULD STILL RULE THE COUNTRY.AND EVEN THEN HE OFFERED TO BUY IT BACK UNLIKE THOSE WHO JUST TOOK IT IN COLD BLOOD OR DID WE FORGET HOW WHITES CAME TO ZIMBABWE?
AFTER INSTITUTING THESE REFORMS TO MAKE LIFE BETTER FOR THE ENTIRE POPULATION INSTEAD OF LEAVING THE ILL GOTTEN PROFITS IN THE HANDS OF THEIR OPPRESSORS,THE WHITES CRIED FOUL AND WENT TO THEIR EUROPEAN BROTHERS(THE E.U./AMERICA/AUSTRALIA) TO PRESSURE MUGABE.WHEN REFUSED THEY SANCTIONED HIM.WHEN HE HARDENED HIS RESOLVE FOR TRUE REFORM AND EQUITITY THEY VILLAFIED HIM AND IMPOSED SANCTIONS TO BREAK HIS ADMINISTRATION THROUGH FOOD/MEDICAL/ECT SANCTIONS.THIS WAS TO IMPOSE SUFFERING ON HIS PEOPLE TO TURN THEM AGAINST IN AN EFFORT TO REPLACE HIM WITH A MORE COMPLIANT SERVANT OF THE COLONISTS.
SO AFTER THEY ESSENTIALLY DECLARED ECONOMIC WAR,MUGABE TOLD HIS PEOPLE TO TAKE BACK THEIR LAND….SO FROM THAT TO NOW ,IF YOU LOOK AROUND THE SAME TACTIC WAS USED IN IRAQ,IN EGYPT, IN CENTRAL ASIA,IN THE CAUCUSUS,AND MOST EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK.THOUGH HIS PEOPLE SUFFER,MOST WOULD RATHER SUFFER THAN TO BE RECOLONIZED.
THINK ABOUT THIS;PRIOR TO THE LAND REFORM AND THE SANCTIONS, MUGABE WAS BEING HONORED FOR HIS POLICIES AND FOR LIBERATING HIS NATION THE WORLD OVER EVEN IN EUROPE…GOOGLE IT,ITS RIGHT THERE.HE WAS RECEIVED AS A HIGH AND ESTEEMED DIGNITARY BUT YOU MIGHT NOT REMEMBER THAT AFTER THE WESTERN MEDIA’S DEMONIZING HIM.BUT HISTORY BEST REWARDS THOSE WHO RESEARCH.
PRIOR TO THE SANCTIONS ZIMBABWE HAD THE BEST ECONOMY IN AFRICA ON PAR WITH THE BEST EUROPEAN ECONOMIES.INFACT ABOUT IT,PRIOR TO THE SANCTIONS WHICH WAS THE ACTUAL CAUSE OF ZIMBABWE’S CURRENCY COLLAPSE,THE ZIMBABWE DOLLAR WAS EQUAL TO OR ON PAR WITH THE AMERICAN DOLLAR THAT WAS BOOMING AT THAT TIME..BUT JUST AS THEY SUFFERED TO DO ZIMBABWE GOD IS COLLAPSING EUROPEANS(AND U.S.) CURRENCIES AND ECONOMIES.
THE BIBLE TEACHES,”AS THOU HAST DONE,SO SHALL IT BE DONE UNTO THEE.”WE CAN SEE THAT THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THAT RULE.JUST LOOK AT THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AND THE EUROPEAN WORLD ORDER.IT IS COLLAPSING AND DISAPPEARING RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES.LOOK AT THEIR CURRENCIES(ESPECIALLY THE U.S. DOLLAR/BRITISH POUND) ,NO MORE THE STANDARD OR THE BECKONNING LIGHT OF THE WORLD…..NOW MR. MUGABE IS RIGHT WHEN HE SAYS;”Mugabe slams ‘bloody whites’ ahead of EU visit
Published: Friday September 11, 2009
I AM SURE THAT BY NOW MOST OF YOU ARE AWARE OF THE SITUATION IN ZIMBABWE.THE OLD WESTERN LINE GOES..MUGABE IS A TYRANT WHO STOLE THE FARM LAND FROM WHITE FARMERS WHO KEPT THE ECONOMYGOING AND GAVE IT TO THOSE WHO CAN’T FARM. A TYRANT WHO IS LIVING IN LUXURY WHILE HIS PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING BECAUSE HIS POLICIES DESTROYED THE ECONOMY CAUSING SUPER HYPER INFLATION….
President Robert Mugabe Friday lashed out at Western sanctions against him, condemning “bloody whites” for meddling in Zimbabwe’s affairs, on the eve of a landmark visit by an EU delegation.
As the European Union and South Africa issued a joint call for Zimbabwe’s political rivals to make their troubled unity government, the country’s veteran ruler said he would not brook outside interference in Harare’s affairs.
“Who said the British and the Americans should rule over others? That’s why we say down with you. We have not invited these bloody whites. They want to poke their nose into our own affairs. Refuse that,” he said.
“We have stood stood firm and we have refused to let go. Zimbabwe, sanctions or no sanctions, Zimbabwe remains ours,” the 85-year-old told a gathering of his ZANU-PF party’s youth wing.
Mugabe spoke ahead of the first EU high-level visit in seven years led by aid commissioner Karel De Gucht to work to normalising relations, following a summit in South Africa which is pushing for sanctions to be lifted.
The delegation is to meet Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai who joined him in a unity government in February a year after disputed polls pushed Zimbabwe further into crisis.
The EU and the United States first imposed sanctions on Mugabe and his inner circle following a disputed presidential poll in 2002, which Western nations as well as independent local poll monitors described as flawed.
The sanctions are meant to target Mugabe and his inner circle and include a travel ban and a freeze on their bank accounts.
“Why are they sanctions? Why are our people being punished? It is because the imperialists want our heritage,” said Mugabe.
De Gucht on Friday said the mission was “not about naming and blaming” after the state-run Herald quoted a government official saying that the bloc must admit that it was wrong to impose sanctions.
“It’s not about excuses and disputes it is a mission aiming at trying to find common ground so we can make progress with the political agreement and reinvigorate full co-operation with Zimbabwe,” he said.
Mugabe appeared to score a diplomatic triumph this week when regional leaders called for the end to the sanctions, with South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma pledging on Thursday to continue lobbying the EU over the matter.
A joint communique following a EU-South Africa summit on Friday urged Zimbabwe’s parties to make their troubled unity government work, but made no mention of the clashing views from Brussels and Pretoria over sanctions.
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, whose country holds the EU presidency, said Thursday that penalties will remain and that mismanagement and poor human rights record and not sanctions were behind the country’s problems.
Mugabe on Friday also insisted he would not back down from his controversial land reforms launched nine years ago, which saw white-owned farms resettled with blacks in a bid to redress colonial-era inequities.
The chaotic reforms were accompanied by political violence, while agricultural production plunged, leaving the nation dependent on food aid.
“There is no reversal of the land reform programme at all,” Mugabe said.
“The land reform exercise is irreversible. Those who have sought relief from outside Zimbabwe should know that land acquisition is through legal means and for that reason, the noises they make will simply frustrate them more,” he said.
The unity government has acted to steer the country’s return to stability and rebuild the hyperinflation-ravaged economy and basic services that collapsed under Mugabe’s three decades of rule.
But the government has been plagued by power struggles over key posts and claims of continued persecution of Tsvangirai’s supporters, with Western states so far proving reluctant to give direct aid without proof of more reforms.
Several lawmakers from Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change party have been arrested, including its choice for deputy agriculture minister.”