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On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 1:02 PM, Nhamo
It takes a true liberator to withstand Monster Mugabe. Our President (Tsvangirai) has been robbed left, right and centre by this despotic regime.
Hauled before the courts on faked treason charges, arrested and beaten for representing the will of Zimbabweans, robbed of Elections victory in June 2000 parliamentary and ,most recently March 2008 elections, his dignity with continuous harassment, illegal detention, being humiliated by Chihuri, Chiwenga, Zimondi & company AND now Robbed of a Soul mate, the True Mother of Our Nation.
Rest in Peace Mother of our Nation. AND long live President Tsvangirai. Fellow Comrades Aluta Continua!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Displaying all 6 posts by 2 people.Post #11 replyMike MacKenzie wroteon March 7, 2009 at 3:02amFriday, 06 March 2009
PM MORGAN TSVANGIRAI SURVIVES AS WIFE SUSAN DIES IN CRASH
HARARE - Susan Tsvangirai was killed instantly and astonishingly an injured Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai escaped death and is said to be in a stable condition in hospital after their prime ministerial convoy was hit by an out of control lorry on a road just south of Harare.
Many will be deeply saddened by Susan's death and wonder whether PM Morgan Tsvangirai is now perhaps the fourth time survivor of yet another Mnangagwa-masterminded assassination attempt.
With Robert Mugabe's latest failed arrangement for the crushing of his prime political opponent. The narrow miss in eliminating his rival Morgan Tsvangirai will bring on the beginnings of revolt in Mugabe's military. Zimbabwe is ripe for a military coup by the hard line Jongwe Junta generals.
In the interim we can now regrettably add Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's wife Susan to a long list of charges for crimes against the people and the future wellbeing of Zimbabwe.
It is often said that evil thrives and flourishes when good men and women say and do nothing. President Mugabe prefers it this way. And dead bodies don't talk or make more than one maiden speech to his parliament.
This is not the first lucky escape of Morgan Tsvangirai, he has survived various attempts on his life, once in the ZCTU Offices in Harare and in other attempts at Chivhu and Mvurwi. And to those in the know one man was behind those earlier attempts. It was the "mighty" Mugabe himself.
We wonder who believes that shady story of the driver forced to "veer" off his side of the road and thereby supposedly causing such an ill-timed "fateful accident." As intended, usually only "the Tsvangirai couple as targets" would have died and the accompanying passengers live on to tell the sad tale of a newly inaugurated PM cut down even before he could change Zimbabwe for the better.
It is suspected that President Robert Mugabe is the master-assassin in all the many of the supposed "accidents" his political rivals have died in. Vehicle accidents seem to be a top method to cut down front runners and former friends of the Mugabe regime.
As the Father of the Nation of Zimbabwe, President Mugabe will often express his dubious concern at the strange and mysterious deaths of so many said ill-fated souls, and even that chilling stage-managed scene of a Mugabe and Mujuru visit to the bereaved and bruised Prime Minister in a private clinic will be purely for public consumption. Although Zimbabwe State television reported nothing about the accident in its two evening news bulletins.
For those closer to the truth the question they will dare to ask is: "Iwe zvawapedza ese masahwira anga achifanira kuzokuviga, kana wafa uchazovigwa nani?"
In another bizarre twist a close Mugabe aide Cde Oppah Chamu Zulpange Rushesha Muchinguri a former health minister is reportedly often the first to arrive at the scene of many of these suspicious accidents, ostensibly in order to arrange 'suitable treatment' for of any survivors! For some strange reason many of Mugabe's most hated political rivals have met their deaths in vehicle accidents. Perhaps because it is easy to blame these accidents on the poor state of national roads in Zimbabwe.
The "hit list" of Mugabe political detractors or personal rivals who met their untimely deaths in strange and unusual accidents is a lengthy one, the following is a brief summary of the victims of the order of the day:
1. Josiah Magama Tongogara
2. Witness Rukarwa
3. Willie Dzawanda Musarurwa
4. Chris Ushewokunze
5. Sidney Malunga
6. Lookout Masuku
7. Captain Edwin Nleya
8. Zororo Duri and his children
9. William Ndangana
10. Peter Pamire
11. Rashiwe Guzha
12. Eddisson Shirihuru
13. Maurice Nyagumbo
14. Moven Mahachi
15. Bishop Abel Muzorewa's son
16. Johanna MaFuyana Nkomo wife of Joshua Nkomo who was himself the target of two attempted assassinations.
17. Cain Nkala
18. Learnmore Jongwe jailed MDC spokesperson who died in a suspected assisted suicide
19. Lieutenant Shepard Chisango
And last but by no means least even President Mugabe's own younger brother:
19. Albert Mugabe who was suspected of impregnating the late first lady Sally Mugabe and died after "falling into his swimming pool"
Morgan Tsvangirai, who turns 57 on Tuesday, for now lives on to fight another day, but sadly he will always sorely miss the unflinching support of Mama Susan whom Morgan has been married to for 31 years. The Tsvangirai's have six children.
*With thanks to Trust Sibanda and the Rev Mufaro Stig Hove for compiling the list of previous suspicious deaths
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Bookmark & Share Free Zimbabwe : To get friends to join and share FZ on Facebook visit http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=29447716280Post #2Mike MacKenzie wroteon March 7, 2009 at 5:17amAfter all is said and done, the prime motive for why Mugabe finds it so impossible to step down is his sins, both active and passive, and his fear of retribution for failing to do something good when he knew he should have.
No statesman in the Zimbabwe's history has a cupboard more cluttered with skeletons than Robert Mugabe! Zimbabweans find no protector in this leader.
The president for life has been accused of murdering an ever-increasing number of people. The world is charged with tolerating Robert Mugabe in his style as archetypal African dictator along with all his most brutal excesses.
Increasing allegations of Mugabe's cruel and sadistic leadership range from the vengeful deaths of Albert Mugabe, Herbert Chitepo, Josiah Tongogara, Sydney Malunga, Zororo Duri to the many hundreds of thousands more hapless victims of his genocidal mayhem and crimes against citizens within Zimbabwe.
It reminds one of the scene in the movie The Interpreter when a juvenile assassin says to his victims just before executing them: "The Teacher says Good Day to you." The truth needs no translation.
* The Interpreter is a 2005 drama/thriller film, directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn. Both Mugabe and the aging tyrant Zuwanie depicted in the film were teachers before being involved with politics.
See http://www.theinterpretermovie.com/index_content.htmlPost #3Mike MacKenzie wroteon March 7, 2009 at 5:52amAnd so...The struggle continues!
Prime Minister Tsvangirai, Sir please don't tell us now, that Zimbabwe's freedom is under the earth like your loving wife Susan. Zimbabweans we know you know what our life as a nation is really worth. It's not all that glitters like gold for the Mugabes, the Mujurus and the Mnangagwas; half the true story has never been told:
Their bloodied money means death to good men like yourself, So now Morgan may you see the light, good comrade! Stand up for our rights. Come on! If yesterday we were adversaries... today we stand in unity. It's a victory for Zimbabwe, but the battle is not yet won!
Courage to you because you are truly Zimbabwe's favoured son...
Get up, stand up: Stand up for your rights!
Get up, stand up: Don't give up the fight!Post #4Mike MacKenzie wroteon March 9, 2009 at 12:53amTSVANGIRAI CRASH COULD END ZIMBABWE POWER-SHARING
PM Tsvangirai has been spirited out of Zimbabwe, probably to neighbouring Botswana, amidst fears that he may be the victim of an assassination attempt.
"In a country where political opponents have a habit of dying in car accidents, Tsvangirai's crash is being regarded with deep suspicion."
http://blogs.thetimes.co.za/hartley/2009/03/08/tsvangirai-crash-could-end-zimbabwe-power-sharing-deal/Post #6Mike MacKenzie wroteon March 11, 2009 at 3:40pmSadly this is true Yasini, uMtshwankela is that fruit which is easily eaten up raw by an old Nyoka; even Nkomo knew what it felt like to be in the serpent's belly...lying and murdering the politically naive is second nature to those who sing...Viva ZANU nDeyeropa...long live ZANU because it is a party of BLOOD.
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