Mugabe must be stopped at all cost


Obama and Hillary first test will be how they deal with the Mad Dictator of south Africa Robert Mugabe. Mugabe has moved from a liberator to the worst Human rights abuser of African this decade. Currently Zimbabwe citizens are dying daily from Cholera.

Bush Administratition was working with African Union and South Africa Development Council to implement power sharing deal brokered by Former S Africa president.

Mugabe has failed to honor this power sharing deal. The AU has said that it won’t intervene Militarily but will pursue diplomacy. China is blocking United Nations Security council from acting. What is left now is for USA or any other authority to act unilaterally and Deal with Mugabe. An overthrow of Mugabe is the most efficient way of resolving this Crises.

My hope is on Hillary Clinton to use her new position to push for Mugabe Removal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ktxf_bOYkNM

let us not allow mugabe to kill anymore.

Time the World unites against the African Mad Dictator

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31 thoughts on “Mugabe must be stopped at all cost

  1. Yaeh. Yeah. Yeah. Stop Mugabe. Stop Mugabe. Stop Mugabe. People dying from chlorea. People dying from chlorea. People dying from cholrea.

    Yeah. I say stop israel. People are dying by ther minute in Gaza. Maybe, just maybe the zionsit governmwent of israel is more of an abuser of human rights than Comrade Robert Mugabe.

    Besides, if Africans would simply set up a common currency similar to what the European union has done, there would be no inflation in Zimbabwe.

    Whos is really responsible for the suffering in Zimbabwe? It is not Mugabe. Maybe it is Uncle Tom. Or Aunt Jemima.

  2. njamba says:

    Israel is being stopped and they just stopped knowing Obama was not going to entertain their senseless murder
    Mugabe is the one who betrayed Zimbabwe when he was given funds by former colonial masters Britain to Support Land Reforms he squarendered the funds. When Britain refused to support him anymore he became belligerent and they reacted by imposing sanctions
    So who Sold who? Mugabe has since the 1980s been a Brute who has killed his opponents and decided to GO DOWN With the whole country.

  3. Believe me: i get your point. But, I respectfully think that you are on the wrong track on thought on this issue.

    Mugabe did not start this crisis. It was due to the British failure to live up to their side of the bargain that ordinary, every day farmers and farm workers lost patience and liberated the farms of their own accord. This was similar to what happened in Gaza when the people voted HAMAS into power. It was similar to what happened in Guinea when 95% of the people voted to break away from France. The people decided this issue. All Mugabe and his ZANU-PF did was accept that decision. Read history.

    The other point has to do with the economic collapse due to the illegal economic blockade. Inflation runs out of control. If we Africans stick together and rally around our brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe, there would be no inflation and no economic collapse. Simply implemeting an All-African common currency would solve that problem This is not hard or impossible to do. The African Union could do this immediately. Yet, nothing has been done after all of these years of inflation in Zimbabwe. So, it is wrong to blame anybody in Zimabawe for this mess, especially not Comrade Robert Mugabe. I blame people like you for not thinking and acting in the positive. Unity is the only solution in the final analysis.Bbut, I am not calling for total Unity right now. All I am calling for is a common currency similar to what the European Union has implemented in Europe. That alone would solve the inflation problem in Zimbabwe.

    The final point to be made is that inflation is not the central issue with the poor farmers of Zimbabwe. Their economy is based on farm products. So, they are far less affected by inflation than are the urban dwellers who must work for the settlers to make a living. ZANU-PF did them a favor by urging them to return to the countryside and help liberate the farmland. Had they done so, they would not be starving now while they kiss the white man’s behind. It still is not too late. They need to get smart. ZANU_PF is going nowhere even if Mugabe resigns or dies in office. And, ZANU-PF obviously has the support of the farmers. It is time for all of us to awake and get smart. It is our fault that people are dying of disease; not Mugabe’s.

  4. njamba says:

    Where was Mugabe and his land nationalization policy since 1983? what did Mugabe do with the British funds given to settle the landless?
    Can Mugabe defeat Morgan in free and fair elections? Can he honor the Power sharing deal between him and Morgan? Why cann’t he and Morgan agree to serve the Needy citizens? What mugabe is doing is just trying to fight a battle that he cannot win.
    Mugabe should have appointed a Succesor with ZANUPF Way back in the 1990s and he would have done what Moi did in Kenya – Negotiate with West the terms of power transfer

    Mugabe time is up and he needs to leave the country to someone even if it is NOT Morgan

  5. Believe me: I get your point. But, I respectfully think that you are on the wrong track on thought on this issue.

    Mugabe did not start this crisis. It was due to the British failure to live up to their side of the bargain that ordinary, every day farmers and farm workers lost patience and liberated the farms of their own accord. This was similar to what happened in Gaza when the people voted HAMAS into power. It was similar to what happened in Guinea when 95% of the people voted to break away from France. The people decided this issue. All Mugabe and his ZANU-PF did was accept that decision. Read history.

    The other point has to do with the economic collapse due to the illegal economic blockade. Inflation runs out of control. If we Africans stick together and rally around our brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe, there would be no inflation and no economic collapse. Simply implemeting an All-African common currency would solve that problem This is not hard or impossible to do. The African Union could do this immediately. Yet, nothing has been done after all of these years of inflation in Zimbabwe. So, it is wrong to blame anybody in Zimabawe for this mess, especially not Comrade Robert Mugabe. I blame people like you for not thinking and acting in the positive. Unity is the only solution in the final analysis.Bbut, I am not calling for total Unity right now. All I am calling for is a common currency similar to what the European Union has implemented in Europe. That alone would solve the inflation problem in Zimbabwe.

    The final point to be made is that inflation is not the central issue with the poor farmers of Zimbabwe. Their economy is based on farm products. So, they are far less affected by inflation than are the urban dwellers who must work for the settlers to make a living. ZANU-PF did them a favor by urging them to return to the countryside and help liberate the farmland. Had they done so, they would not be starving now while they kiss the white man’s behind. It still is not too late. They need to get smart. ZANU_PF is going nowhere even if Mugabe resigns or dies in office. And, ZANU-PF obviously has the support of the farmers. It is time for all of us to awake and get smart. It is our fault that people are dying of disease; not Mugabe’s.

  6. It is not about Mugabe. The farmers made the decision. And, Tsangirai does not have the support of the farmers because they know he will take their land and give to the settlers. This why ZANU-PF keeps winning elections.

    Let me ask a question: where was “Morgan” when ZANU-PF was fighting the settlers in the bush. Was he laying in some white woman’s bed?

  7. njamba says:

    Who won the fair and free first elections Mr Morgan? What happened after that is that Mugabe interferred with the electoral process. Mugabe was a Freedom fighter but that does not allow him to ignore the Supreme Constitution of Zimbabwe. Mugabe admitted that the run off elections were a sham and for that he and Morgan were going to share power on equal basis. What did he do? he decided to ignore this deal and form the cabinet.

    Mugabe will be OVERTHROWN because of his Poor Judgement. YOu never enter into a Deal that you are not willing to honor.
    Mugabe is shaming all the patriots of Africa.

  8. Says who? BBC news may have said “Morgan” won. But, that is not what many others said. So, why would you believe your former masters over believing your own African brothers and sister? Are you crazy?

    As far as I know H.E. Comrade Bob never agreed to share power on an equal basis. He agreed to accept “Morgan” as PM ONLY on condition that “Morgan” accept land reform. Apparently “Morgan” is a bit slow. He seems to have thought that ZANU-PF would give him real power so that he could dismantle land reform. When he finally realized that that was not going to happen because he did not have the support to do that, he started crying and complaining about being tricked. He was not tricked. Only a fool would have thought that he was going to get real power when we had lost the election. Had he been smart, he would have accpted the offer and showed everybody that he had a program other than dismantling land reform. But, he does not have the brain-power to play smart politics. The only program he has is betrayal of his African brothrs and sisters.

    Comrade Bob is an old man, brother. Do you really think that when he dies that somehow the farmers are going to allow cowards and traitors to destroy land reform? If you do, you are as dumb as “Morgan”.

  9. njamba says:

    The Runoff elections were a Sham Bob lost the first round of elections and unleashed untold terror on Morgan supporters on days leading to the Runoff elections. SADC and all african observers called the Elections a Sham. The Deal hammered in South Africa calls for AN Equal Power sharing basis. Stop the lies about the particulars of the deal
    I am African and I read reputable news from African Outlets. I am well informed on this Zimbabwe issue. I have supported sensible LAnd reforms in South Africa Region. But Mugabe reforms are misguided.

    By the way Consult New African magazine which covered the First Election and run off election and did a detailed analysis of the Power sharing deal.

    If I may ask have ever lived in Africa?
    You seem to be more Ideiological than realistic

  10. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know. The only “sensible” land reform is land reform in which settlers own all of the good land.

    Why are there so many traitors and cowards in South Africa?

  11. njamba says:

    The issue of land reform has failed in Africa due to the Political Leaders greed. In Zimbabwe Mugabe used all the money given for these reforms to buy land for the political elite. Who just hoard land but do not farm.

    In Kenya 8 million Arable acres are with White colonial remants and about 4 million is with Political leaders of kenya. Kenyatta the first President Stole over 500,000 acres of land from Kenyan Peasants, the current presidents has over 100,000 acres, the 2nd president moi stole over 250,000 acres, One Lord Dalmere a colonial Aristrocrat still owns over 60,000 acres of land in kenya and his grandson has killed two kenyans for ‘trespassing”
    Right Now South Africa land Reforms Have failed. None of the Land policies have been 20% implemented.

    The Citizens of Africa are currently living is slums because their governments have worked with the WeST to deny them Land.

    Mugabe Must go and let his people decide the fate of the land reforms

  12. I think the people of Zimbabwe have already decided land reform.

    You are absolutely right. In most African countries land reform has not been implemented. Zimbabwe is on the right track, however. This is why the enemy is bent on destrying the economy.

    You in South Africa may be frustrated in your own country. But, as brothers and sisters, you need to stop helping the enemy to oppress Zimbabwe.

  13. njamba says:

    Let us say the jury is out on whether mugabe land reforms will withstand after his fall. I am very curious on what will happen in South Africa
    it seems like the Rich are willing to do anything to BLOCK zuma presidency.

  14. Yes, brother. Nkrumah noted the land problem as underlying African problems in his autobiography in the 1950’s. Frnakly, I think Zimbabwe (not necessarily Mugabe) is at the forefront of where all of Africa is headed. This is why land reform in Zimbabwe has caused such an uproar. It has the potenital to cause upheaval all over Africa. But, insated of attacking Mugabe in the false hope that we can avoid this issue is just plain wrong. He did not start this and he cannot end it. Poor every day ordinary African farmers started this. And, it will not end until Africans all over Africa control the land of their ancestors. They can strve Zimbabwe into submission. But, this problem will not go away until it is solved, one way or another. This is why I think the wise among us ought to rally around Zimbabwe and do whatever we can to help and support ZANU-PF. If ZANU-PF looses its fight, every other African will pay the price.

    It is my opionion that the best way to help Zimbabwe is to push Pan-Africanism one step further: set up a continent wide common currency. We are all brothers and sisters. It is unforgivable for South Africa to refuse access to the sea through its territory for Zimbabwe. Those workers who refuse to off-load goods headed to Zimbabwe all work for settlers. I think they are taking orders from the same enemies of Zimbabwe who are ruining the Zimbabwe economy.

    I have a friend who is trying to raise money to dig a borehole on his farm (http://www.ujammafarming.org/). The settlers are charging him over $5,000.oo to dig that borehole. In any other country in the world it would cost less than $1,000.oo. We could buy all of the drilling equipment and send it to Zimbabwe for less than $15,000.oo. This way hundreds, probably thousand of farmers in Zimbabwe, could drill boreholes for as little as a couple hundred dollars each. This is Pan-Africanism.

  15. njamba says:

    the idea of charity without solving the goverance issue is not Sustainable. I am for helping Zimbabwe citizens but I would aslo demand that their leadership put their act together and resolve the political stalemate.

    Land Reforms in Africa must and willl be the Last Liberation Effort.

  16. njamba says:

    The way Forward:
    1. ZanuPF must Share Power.
    2. Humatarian efforts must be supported by All humanity
    3. AU must spearhead all effort to amend what is wrong with goverance
    Zimbabwe citizens should be given a chance to hold free and fair elections after items 1 to 3 are implemented

  17. 1. It takes two to tango. How can ZANU-PF “share power” when “Morgan” refuses or fails to honor the agreement he signed?
    2.”All humanity” does not have a legitmate stajke in Africa. we must keep interlpoers out of African affairs. it is precisely outside interference that has caused the current mess.
    3. The proper thing for the AU to do right now is to insist on a common contimnental currency. That alone would solve the Zimbabwe crisis.

    However, it is better to have the AU involved at whatever level than to have “all humanity” involved. These are contradictions in terms. Noone should get around the AU. And, the AU must live up to its duty.

  18. njamba says:

    Nelson I hope AU can be trusted. I do not think AU has the capacity to implement its core mandate in Africa but this capacity can be enhanced as time goes by. Do you have any research on Single African Currency or any information on how this can be implemented. Intergration of African states hasn’t be easy due to myopia of World Western powers and small mindness of some of the African African leaders.

  19. No. I have not done much research. What is there to research? the best that we can do is study the existing models. The European Union recently, 2-3 years ago, set up the Euro as a common currency. I think it took them more than five years to work out all of the bugs. It was probably closer to ten years. Also, the USA was largely concenred about economic matters when it set up its Union. Some of the issues, such as the slavery issue, were not resolved for several decades.

    I think that what must done is for the best and most progressive African states to take the initiative. South Africa, for instance, should try to form a common currency with Egypt, Nigeria and Sudan. Also, I think care must be taken to include wealthy states such as Libya. But, we should definitely make sure that no one African state is isolated and destroyed in the same manner that is happeneing in Zimbabwe. If the enemy succeeds in Zimbabwe, there is no telling where they will stop. This is why I think Zimbabwe is at the forefront of the Struggle right now. If we can all rally around Zimbabwe, we will make a huge step towards solving all African problems.

    The Southern Africa Community (I cannot remember the exact name becauase I am so tired.) could take the intitiative. It is just a matter of time before this must be done. The sooner the better.

    Basically, the AU needs to be strngthened in a lot of ways. Qadafi’s approach is just the minimum that needs to be done. We must all think in terms of African Unity. as Qadafi has said, each and every individual African must make the AU accountable for it does or does not do.

  20. njamba says:

    In 1970 EAST Africa (kenya,uganda and Tanzania) formed the East African Community. This worked well until Kenya under Kenyatta started undermining the other members and then Idi Amini appeared on stage and the whole thing died. It was a success. SADC is a talk shop which arrogated mbeki the job to handle mugabe.

    I do not even the AU charter talks about economic intergration.

  21. There is NEPAD. But, I know little about its relationship to the AU. Frankly, I do not think they have outgrown the type of regionalism and sun-continetlaism that we see in SADC. This is why I mentioned a need for integration between Egypt on one side of Africa and South Africa on the opposite side. The biggest problem we have had until now is the AU is hampered by regionalism. I think such projects as SADC simply divert attention from Pan-Africanism. Europe never did any West Europe this and South Europe that non-sense. Every little region has some kind of foolishness going on. NEPAD is the closest thing that I am aware of to Pan-African economic integration. Sad.

    Qadafi was right: African Unity must be built from the bottom up. Ordinary people like you and me must be clear and consistent and persistent. We need to light a fire underneath the AU. The internet is a tool that can be used to agitate all over the African world. Never miss an opportunity to promote African unity. Sooner or later, it will catch on.

  22. njamba says:

    Mugabe’s daughter studying at Hong Kong University: report
    1 day ago

    HONG KONG (AFP) — The daughter of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is studying at a university in Hong Kong under an assumed name, a newspaper said Sunday.

    Bona Mugabe, whose father and fellow leaders are banned from visiting the United States, the European Union and Australia, began studying at the University of Hong Kong last year, a senior university source told the Sunday Morning Post.

    Her presence in the southern Chinese city was revealed after her 43-year-old mother, Grace Mugabe, allegedly assaulted a British photographer who tried to take photos of her outside a five-star Hong Kong hotel earlier this month.

    A spokeswoman for the university said the presence of Bona Mugabe on campus had not given rise to any negative reaction from other students.

    “We believe that education should be above politics and young people should not be denied the rights to education because of their family background or what their parents have done,” the spokeswoman told the Post.

    Australia last year deported eight Zimbabwean students whose parents are linked to President Mugabe’s government, saying it wanted to prevent those involved in human rights abuses from giving their children education denied to ordinary Zimbabweans.

    Mugabe’s regime has been internationally condemned for its disregard of human rights and its politically motivated violence targeting opposition and civil activists. Nearly half the population of Zimbabwe is dependent on food aid while a cholera epidemic has claimed more than 2,700 lives.

    Meanwhile, Hong Kong police said they were still investigating the alleged assault on photographer Richard Jones by Zimbabwe’s first lady on January 15.

    “No one has been arrested yet,” a spokesman told AFP.

    Jones said he had been repeatedly beaten and punched by Grace Mugabe while her bodyguard held him outside the Kowloon Shangri-la Hotel. He said he had sustained numerous bruises, cuts, and abrasions to his head and face because Grace Mugabe was wearing diamond rings when she attacked him.

    NELSON,
    why cann’t Ms Mugabe go to school in Harare or anywhere else in Zimbabwe! the problem with Africans is they Suffer from LOW SELF ESTEEM and always want a Western Education because they have killed their own Institutions.
    100% of Kenyan Goverment officials Send their to the western world. You will be suprised the kids sweeping american streets are $millionaires in Africa but because they are not educated enough they end up doing menial jobs in USA

  23. Abdurrahman says:

    I agree that we must support our own institutions. But, frankly, I think that travreling and getting world class education will enable us to improve our own insttituions when these students return home. That is the important: educated Africans need to return to Africa to help to develop the Continent. Even when we are abroad, we must use that as an opportunity to help Africa. For instance, we must lobby our fellow students to improve relations with Africa. This is especially important in such places as Japan, India and China. I think we could learn a great deal from the example of all three. And, we need to develop friendships and relationships with their future leaders.

    It is to be noted that China has quietly supported Zimabwe even when other African countries have not. China vetoed bush’s attempt to expand sanctions against Zimbabwe. If not for that, things would be much worse for the ordinary people in Zimbabwe. Clearly sanctions do not hurt the elite claasses. Only poor people suffer.

    Look. There is nothing new about this type of economic warfare. When the slaves of Haiti kicked the French out, Haiti was also isolated. The same thing happened in Cuba and it continues in Cuba. It is because they were so successful in destroying the Haitian economy that embolens them to attempt the same in Zimbabwe. But, Cuba’s example is tells us that things will be difficult in Zimbabwe for a long time. But, even after all of these decades, the imperialists cannot hope to win in Cuba nor in Zimbabwe because they are simply and absolutely wrong.

    Once gain, our duty is to help Zimbabwe in every way possible. By doing this, we will make a bad stuation benefit us by expanding the spirit of Pan-Africanism.

  24. Abdurrahman says:

    The example ofOsagyefo H.E. Kwame Nkrumah is very instructive as it relates to these issues here. Read Ghana: The Autobiography of Kwame Nkrumah. He spent many years as a student in the USA. And, he is the greatest of all of the African nationalists and Pan-Africanists.

  25. njamba says:

    it appears like Barrack Obama is about to move in on Mugabe. SADC and AU have failed the Citizens of Zimbabwe Now it is USA versus DICTATOR Bob.

    My Money is on USA

  26. Surely you jest. I mean, you just got to be joking.

    Obama is not a fool. SADC are not fools neither. This is why they told MDC to take office by a date certain. The deal has been concluded. All MDC needs to do is accept what SADC has told them. Clearly, ZANU-PF is ready to live uo to its part. Why cannot MDC? Personally, I hope MDC comes to its senses. The people have suffered enough. MDC has it in its power to stop some of this suffering.

    Everybody agrees on this, except those whose paychecks are signed by settlers.

  27. njamba says:

    oBAMA IS going for the Overthrow that is what Susan Rice has been commissioned to explore.

  28. rice? Is that some kind of a food? I hope it is not as nasty as Secretary of State rice.

    Anyway, I never heard of Susan rice. But, one thing is clear Obama is taking a different course from that of Secretary rice and her boss, bush. He seems serious about getting peace in Palestine. He has offered peace to the entire Muslim world. This proves that Obama is not a fool. So, stop daydreaming.

    As soon as you and MDC realize that no westerners are not going to help you save face by interferring in Zimbabwe, MDC will get serious about making a deal. Besides SADC has already made it’s decision. So, where could Obama or anybody else fit in?

    Westerners are sick and tired on babysitting Africans. Of course, they got mad over land reform. But, that was a long, long time ago. Land reform is a done deal. Nobody is going to get all worked up over it any longer. This is why we keep hearing traitors call for outside intervention. That is their only hope. But, Obama is not their man. If he were he would have to answer to people like me.

  29. Ambassador Rice is not perfect. And, there are some things about her that I do not much care for. But, he is President Obama’s nominee. That goes a long way to get good will on her side. But, my gut feeling is she is not a fool. Only a fool would back MDC if MDC refuses SADC’s decision. Besides, she is UN Amabassador, not an envoy to Africa.

  30. njamba says:

    morgan agrees to UNITY DEAL brokered by SADC. I wish him well

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