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Robert Mugabe Deserves Respect

Mugabe is a hero

Robert Mugabe is a AfRAkan hero!

In the early hours of Nov 15th, 2017, news broke that Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe had been removed from office by his country’s army. The details of his ouster are not well known, however, Army leaders in Zimbabwe are refusing to call it a Coup. Instead they say Mugabe is safely under house arrest as part of a military action to root out criminal elements in the government. Whatever the outcome of the situation turns out to be I think it is safe to say that Mugabe’s rule of Zimbabwe is over.

Many people are no doubt rejoicing at Mugabe’s demise, some inside Zimbabwe, other regions of Afraka, and especially in the Western world. All three areas hate him for three different reasons, none of which are valid if he is to be judged as a man who loves his race, his country and Afraka; his personal imperfections notwithstanding.

Mugabe rose to power in the 1980s as part of a rebel uprising against foreign influence in Zimbabwe; namely White rule. They gained independence from Britain by force, changed the country’s name from Rhodesia to Zimbabwe and held elections, which Mugabe won. The country immediately began to experience turmoil as the losing parties began to fight back physically as well as through economic sabotage.

Mugabe’s main opposition came from the other rebel groups, which helped to free Zimbabwe from British rule. They felt they should have been rewarded with a share of power. When they realized that they were double-crossed they began to stoke tribal conflicts within the country. They also sought help from Western backers who steered them away from Socialist ideologies and trained them to fight Mugabe using Human Rights and Ethics.

The Whites of Zimbabwe were the most outraged. Although their population was small, they owned most of the land and commercial wealth of Zimbabwe. (I guess Ethics are only reserved for the so-called civilized) They immediately began to move their money out of the country and with the help of Western financial agencies and governments began a covert operation to bankrupt the Zimbabwe government.

Mugabe saw all the unethical things that Western governments were doing to sabotage Zimbabwe so he lashed out. He taunted Britain and the Queen as well as to implement a land seizure policy against White farmers. Many White farmers were killed in the process as poor Afrakans invaded White owned farms and took over; never mind they didn’t have the expertise or know how to farm themselves.

Throughout his rule, Mugabe fought crippling Western sanctions that sunk Zimbabwe into financial obscurity. National pride eventually eroded into despair as the quality of life for everyday Zimbabweans fell year after year. Mugabe developed a dependence on financial help from his original backers in China, which only sunk the country further in debt. Then he was labeled a Dictator when he refused to step aside and let someone else rule.

Was Mugabe power hungry or was he afraid that open Democracy would open the doors to foreign influence? The fact that the country’s opposition leaders were groomed in the West is the proof of the latter. Revolution is one thing, governing in a fair, equitable, and accountable manner is another. Such a task requires deep understanding of Life and reality, a quality that is also absent from all world leaders.

In essence, Mugabe failed as a leader because he is susceptible to the mechanisms of Life just like Europeans. That is, his personal Desires grew to corrupt his Conscience. He grew to believe that only his solutions could guide Zimbabwe for all time. His final misstep was to begin grooming his wife to take leadership of his political party as well as the government, a move that angered his comrades so they acted in his removal from power.

Why is Robert Mugabe a hero? Mugabe is a hero because he attempted to show AfRAkans a glimpse at true freedom.

Europeans live by the motto “Live Free or Die”, a motto that they reserve for themselves. Indigenous people of the planet have been colonized and put under subjugations to them. Freedom has to be fought for but even when it is achieved physically, the economic chains are enhanced and secured. (Ask Haiti about that) The result is that most former colonies exist in a state of false independence to enrich the homeland.

Never let dumb newscasters or political experts brain wash you with the narrative that Mugabe ruined his country. Mugabe was not perfect. He did not always govern using Fairness, Equity, and Accountability but he is the only Afrakan leader who dared to break the chains of colonial influence and for that he deserves respect.

Botswana Shooting Zimbabwe Stray Cattle

How Unethical Influences Are Destroying AfRAka

So far this month Botswana farmers have shot and burned over 400 cows that have strayed into their territory from Zimbabwe. Their excuse is that the cattle carry Foot & Mouth disease, which may infect their own herds and jeopardize their trade agreements with Europe. Not only are their actions barbaric, it demonstrates that unethical colonial influences are still present in AfRAka creating division among AfRAkans and destabilizing countries.

Ever since the end of colonialism in AfRaka the view of AfRAka and AfRAkans have been bleak. For decades wars, diseases, and famine have plagued AfRAka. The general worldview of AfRaka is that it is a lost cause. Through all the turmoil however, AfRakas have persevered and are building strong countries with strong economies that can competing on the world stage. It is a feel good story that many of AfRAka’s former colonizers don’t like to see given their unethical nature.

Zimbabwe is a country that many unethical Europeans have vowed to destroy ever since they were embarrassingly driven off land they stole from AfRAkans through colonization. So far their best method of destroying Zimbabwe has been the use of economic sanctions. These sanctions produce many side effects such as; internal political, financial, and social conflicts as well as to stoke external conflicts with neighboring countries like Botswana and South Africa.

The cattle conflict between Botswana and Zimbabwe demonstrates several unethical things. First, it demonstrates that Europeans have a direct influence on the behavior of AfRakans through economics. They know that a developing country such as Botswana depends on trade exports to maintain its economy so what they do is create conflict through favoritism. Are Botswana cattle healthier than Zimbabwe cattle? Who knows for sure? All the farmers know is what is dictated to them from higher powers.

Second, the conflict demonstrates how unethical thinking corrupts the minds of AfRAkans themselves. An objective outsider looking down on the situation might ask, “isn’t Zimbabwe in desperate economic hardship and needs the 400 head of cattle to feed their people. If so then why wouldn’t Botswana be sympathetic about the cattle straying into their territory and work to help Zimbabwe by rounding up and returning the cattle to Zimbabwe.” Instead, what they are doing by shooting and burning the cattle is creating animosity among one another.

Every human is responsible for his own thoughts and actions. However, the ability to use proper thinking depends on our level of understanding about the world around us. We know that there are some humans who through unethical thinking wish to control the lives of other people for a variety of reasons, most importantly, for economic gain. They will do anything to divide and rule situations.

Ever since Europeans first entered AfRaka they recognized that AfRAkans have one major flaw; AfRAkans lack perception. Our lack of perception means that we live for the present and neglect to plan for the future. In such a state we will always fail to perceive things that lead to our demise. The world is changing rapidly and overpopulation will soon be the #1 world crisis. That means that more and more unethical people will be looking to take advantage of AfRAka.

If AfRAkans are to survive in the coming Age of Aquarius we need to learn to see the bigger picture now. We cannot continue to allow ourselves to be manipulated into hating and killing each other over money such as in the situation we see happening in the Botswana vs Zimbabwe cattle dispute.