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« Reply #60 on: August 08, 2017, 09:22:06 PM »

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 The Kissinger Proposals


 Rhodesia, the most peaceful country in the world - declared as a World Threat by the UN!
Rhodesia, betrayed by the JEW, Kissinger.
Rhodesia will live again under the coming Imperium.



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« Reply #61 on: October 23, 2017, 10:54:28 AM »

https://dailystormer.ai/who-makes-robert-mugabe-goodwill-ambassador-quickly-changes-mind-after-racist-backlash-against-nigger-savage/


WHO Makes Robert Mugabe “Goodwill Ambassador,” Quickly Changes Mind After Racist Backlash Against “Nigger Savage”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 22, 2017


...he World Health Organization has rescinded its appointment of Robert Mugabe, the longtime president of Zimbabwe, to a “goodwill ambassador” role....

...he appointment had provoked global head-scratching and outrage because of Mugabe’s track record of human-rights abuses, including violent crackdowns on political dissent, which had earned Zimbabwe international sanctions....

...The outcry rocketed around the world after this week’s announcement and seemed centered around one primary point: Can you be a “goodwill ambassador” if the world widely regards you as a violent, tyrannical despot?...

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The wheel has turned a full circle:
The World, at the instigation of the Jews, had installed crippling sanctions against Rhodesia - the world's most peaceful country.
Now, sanctions are imposed on Zimbabwe, a Black ruled, bankrupt tin pot state ruled by a maniacal thug.


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« Reply #62 on: November 18, 2017, 10:42:32 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171118/world/zimbabweans-celebrate-expected-fall-of-mugabe-on-harare-streets.663401?utm_source=tom&utm_campaign=top5&utm_medium=widget


Saturday, November 18, 2017, 09:00

Zimbabweans celebrate expected fall of Mugabe on Harare streets

Opponents of Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe are preparing to demonstrate for the ousting of the 93-year-old leader who is virtually powerless and deserted by most of his allies.
Zimbabwe's generals have placed Mr Mugabe under house arrest and have allowed him limited movement while talks on his exit from office unfold.
But many Zimbabweans are growing impatient and want him to leave immediately.

Protesters hope a big turnout on Saturday will speed up the official end of Mr Mugabe's rule, which is widely blamed for the collapse of an economy that was once one of Africa's wealthiest.

Euphoric crowds are gathering on some main streets in central Harare and motorists are honking their horns and people are whistling and cheering even as many go about their daily business.


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So, the Rhodesian Blacks got their spell of Black rule.
They had enjoyed the highest, Black standard of living under Ian Smith's rule.
But the Jews incited the UN against this peaceful country and declared it: A threat to world peace.

So, the old Jesuit trained communist and murderer will soon go.
But we don't have to worry, another grubby, corrupt dictator will take his place.
This is Africa after all: a huge rich continent inhabited by simians.

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« Reply #63 on: November 26, 2017, 06:30:31 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5118279/Zimbabwes-Mugabe-cried-agreed-step-report.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline#ixzz4zYVawHaL


Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe, 93, is 'in jovial spirits and looking forward to spending his retirement FARMING as his wife plans to build a university in his name', nephew insists
Robert Mugabe said to have taken his resignation 'well' and is planning a new life
He plans to become a farmer - while his wife is building a university in his name
It comes amid reports that the hardline politician will receive a $10million payoff


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...Father Fidelis Mukonori, a Jesuit priest who is a close friend of the ex-president, said Mugabe's face 'just glowed' after he signed the resignation letter....

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Since he was a boy, Mugabe the Murderer was trained by the Jesuits.
They never lost their hold on him, even when he expropriated White Lands and farms and unleased his murderous thugs.
Jesuits and Jews: always working in tandem.

IL GIZWITI MGIDMIN.




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« Reply #64 on: December 04, 2017, 10:16:08 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171204/opinion/After-the-fall-what-rise-Andr-P-DeBattista.664832


Monday, December 4, 2017, 07:01 by André P. DeBattista

After the fall what rise? - André P. DeBattista

Last month, the President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, was ousted after a 37-year grip on his country. The army coup also prevented the eventual takeover by Mugabe’s wife, Grace. Instead, Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as the country’s third President.
After Mugabe’s fall, Zimbabwe’s streets were packed with people rejoicing.
Yet, there is little to rejoice for.
In one of his customary annual interviews Mugabe – now 93 – claimed that “avoiding a full-tummy” is the secret to reaching his venerable age. The tragic irony of Mugabe’s comments is not lost.
In a nation where approximately 2.2 million people are at risk of famine, many do not have a full stomach. Indeed, most are lucky if their basic dietary requirements are met.
Children suffer the brunt of the famine; one in three suffers from chronic malnutrition and 12,000 die each year.
Life expectancy stands at roughly 58.
During a recent birthday banquet, Mugabe’s purported austere dietary habits were conspicuous by their absence as 20,000 guests were treated to a sumptuous dinner off the Victoria Falls. Elephants, lions and buffalos were said to be on the menu.
Mugabe’s foray into the political arena was far removed from the luxurious surroundings he has become accustomed to.
He first entered politics through the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) to counter both the British colonial administration and the white-minority government of Rhodesia led by Ian Smith. He was arrested for his political activities between 1964 and 1975.
Upon his release from prison, Mugabe was elected to lead ZANU-PF.
He became a much-admired figure – both in Zimbabwe and internationally. He was hailed as a symbol of revolutionary resistance and a popular national hero. This image was cemented following the ratification of the Lancaster House Agreement and the cessation of conflict in December 1979.
Following the 1980 elections, Mugabe was appointed Prime Minister.
He pledged to foster national reconciliation, encourage economic growth and establish an equal society. In the ensuing 37 years, he reneged on all promises.
Mugabe consolidated his stranglehold over the apparatus of State; tribal and political dissent was crushed through the North-Korean trained Fifth Brigade, and an executive presidency was established encompassing within its remit the roles of head of state, head of government and commander-in-chief with powers to declare martial law.
Economically, Zimbabwe experienced a radical reversal of fortunes. In 2000, Mugabe confiscated farms belonging to white people. The confiscated lands were transferred to loyal ZANU-PF officials. This policy proved to be disastrous, as the production of wheat and corn fell drastically, and hyperinflation rendered the Zimbabwean dollar worthless. Zimbabwe plunged into a crisis of unprecedented levels.
In 2008, his tenure seemed to be in jeopardy when he was narrowly defeated in the first round of elections by his long-term rival Morgan Tsvangirai. This victory for the Opposition proved to be short-lived.
The supposed post-colonial dream is now a veritable nightmare
Amid accusations of fraud, violent intimidation and vote-rigging, President Mugabe won the second round of elections with 85 per cent of the popular vote.
During his 37-year reign, Mugabe turned from hero to villain. In the end, he was defeated by those who were supposedly loyal to him.
His regime exemplifies the tortuous road of post-colonial politics. All this unfolded in a region which often served as the backbone for various empire-building projects.
During the Berlin Conference of 1884, the prospect of exploration for resources led to a “scramble for Africa.” In the three decades that followed, only Liberia and Abyssinia maintained their independence. The latter surrendered to Italian troops in 1935.
When the cost of maintaining empires became unprofitable, and demands for independence could no longer be quashed, various colonial powers divested themselves of their colonial possessions.
The emerging political class, often populist figures educated in well-established foreign universities, managed to foster revolutionary fervour through popular discontent.

Mugabe and other leaders such as Julius Nyerere in Tanzania, Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana, Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea and Muammar Gaddafi in Libya embraced ideologies which blended revolutionary ideas with nationalism and pan-Africanism.
Their ideology was held together by autocratic leadership, corruption and nepotism.
In a speech to the Conservative Central Council in 1986, Margaret Thatcher made a pertinent remark which can be applied to a popular rhetorical flourish used by revolutionary leaders: they “cry power to the people, and raise the clenched fist as they say it.
We all know what they really mean – power over people, power to the State.”
It is worth engaging critically with this remark. In Zimbabwe and other nations, the apparatus of the State became the goal in itself rather than the means through which real progress could be achieved.
The emphasis on nationhood sought to lessen tribal and ethnic divisions – and yet in some cases, these divisions were exacerbated.
Institutional reform and the strengthening of checks and balances remain a prerequisite for further development. However, these reforms need to be matched by an increasing scrutiny of the operations of multi-national organisations and the diplomatic activities of some States, particularly the People’s Republic of China.
As for the future of Zimbabwe, the situation is still fluid.
However, the prognosis is bad. Mugabe’s regime robbed the country of its ability to regenerate. The supposed post-colonial dream is now a veritable nightmare.

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The post colonial leaders of Africa were All thugs and murderers and hated Whites.
Whites that gave them everything, including the wheel, agriculture and food.
Mandela was an exception: he was a Communist terrorist.

Each Black dictator will always be followed by another, grubby Black.
They cannot help it: it is in their genes.
We Europeans should let them starve and let Nature clean them up.

Within six months Blacks will return to their loin cloths - if left well alone.
Then, whiplash in hand, We will go back in and rule Africa, south of the Zambezi, with an iron hand.
We have no use for the Black man any more - our machines, our Technology will serve us better than any slave.



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