Monday, April 19, 2010

30 Years, and Zimbabwe is still not free!

White minority rule ended 30 years ago in the old Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), because the black inhabitants of the land were indoctrinated to believe that they were not free! There were no shortages 30 years ago. Everyone had plenty of fresh food to eat and clean water to drink, everyone earned an income according to their respective talents. The few who were unable to work or earn an income never ended up starving on the streets as homeless beggars. The country boasted an impressive health and education system; it was the breadbasket of Africa, -- a safe haven for all, but yet the natives wanted to be FREE, and they were prepared to fight for that freedom, not knowing what hell they were letting themselves into!

This weekend Zimbabwe celebrated their 30-years of so-called freedom, but the celebrations were faked and forced by pompous military parades and young students dressed up in army uniforms, brandishing play-play wooden rifles, -- an inapt reflection of how their minds have been dumbed down by their satanic Marxist rulers.

The crisis in the Congo, after independence from Belgium in June 1960, caused the death of some 100,000 people, and also led to the assassination of Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba. The horrors of this conflict were very fresh in the minds of the minority white folk who considered Rhodesia their home (as many were born there), --- so when the rumours started spreading that decolonization was in the pipeline for Rhodesia, and that some natives were harbouring the crazy urge to be “liberated” – from goodness knows what, -- these folk decided to prepare for war, because there was simply no ways the natives were going to rule, as that would only lead to the same Congo-fashion chaos and crisis.

The Rhodesian Bush War, was fought from July 1964 to 1979. The natives preferred to call it the Zimbabwe War of Liberation or the Second Chimurenga, -- the first Chimurenga purportedly being the African insurrections against British colonial rule between 1896 – 1897. (Chimurenga is a Shona word for ‘revolutionary struggle’).

At the end of the war in 1979, Robert Mugabe emerged as the big hero in the minds of many Africans, -- BUT the ‘FREE AND LIBERATED’ Zimbabwe quickly declined into despotism and utter ruin at the hands of its greedy and corrupt ‘new’ leader, who since then, has become an old fool of a man, a stubborn sticky thorn in the flesh of many! The chronology of Zimbabwe’s catastrophic failure has already been well documented. I therefore see no need to elaborate on this.

All the facts, with all its truths and lies, are written in the world’s history books for students (future leaders) to decipher and debate. Only time will tell what will happen in the future, but you can be sure that the liberals will continue to liberate (free) the minds of African scholars, and that lessons from past mistakes will fly in one ear and out the other, -- straight through their dumbed down brains!

An unquestionable fact that we simply have to accept is that the ideologies of Zimbabwe and South Africa have already fused into one. These countries will always, or at least for the next 100 years or so, be governed by a satanic regime, linked in some way or another to their big brothers in China, and their guardians in the United Nations. This is something we simply have to accept, and learn to cope with, whether we like it or not!

Related Posts on this Blog:

Illegal immigrants put strain on police

The Last Resort – A Memoir of Zimbabwe

Illegal Immigrants – Is anyone counting?

Go Home Mugabe!

A strategy to suffocate minority groups

A letter from Zimbabwe

External Links:

Zimbabwe: Thirty lost years

Postcard From Zimbabwe – ( -- True accounts by Black Zimbabweans who miss the old White-ruled Rhodesia under Prime Minister Ian Douglas Smith)

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