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Lion Hunter

I'd been one of Mugabe's fans until the reality started dawning on to me. Mugabe lacks the wit to lead the African economic liberation struggle at his age. I see him now as a selfish stooge, no different from the Lion we have here in Cameroon,as Opio rightly puts it

I have just reread the articles "The Mugabe Problem:A Fight Against neo-colonialism, Western Propanganda or African Economic Liberation struggle" and "Compromise Politics: A way out for African Autocrats" by unbridled critic NebaFuh published in his blog(www.nebafuh.com). Critical and revealing stuff!
The notion of African Economic Liberation struggle in the hands of Mugabe makes no sense. He deserves to quit and retire. he is not different from our Lion man-Biya bi Mvondo. They want their corpses to rule us.

CountryFowl

Mr. Opio,

Our perennial problem of governance will only cease to be a problem, when we can come to the simple solution of not needing leaders at all.
There is nothing complicated or complex in the whole issue. We the people, are explicitly involved & complicit in our own exploitation & denigration, there is no mystery involved in the process.
We demand, we ask for, we submit ourselves continually to exploitation, for the simple reason that we are expecting other people to think, reason & find solutions to all our problems.
Is it that 18, 20, 30, 40 million people can not instantaneously & spontaneously demolish the existing regimes..?
Is it that there are not enough intelligent people amongst 10,20,100 million Africans..? who can in a split second shatter apart the yoke that burdens the neck of their kin & kindred...??
So the question which people have been asking for ages is this, why are the intelligent Africans not tearing apart the systems, the beliefs, values & outlook towards things which is suffocating the continent century after century..?


espoir

mugabe and the zanu-pf fought for liberation of their land occupied by the white imperalist for decades.
after political indepndence,zanu-pf and mugabe made a big mistake not to consider the fact that the whites had inhabited the land for a long time and wasnt wise to kick them out.it was about compromising.
now the damage has been done.all that is left is for mugabe to swallow his pride,back-out and give tsangarai and the MDC the chance to come with fresh ideas and rebuild the country.mugabe and the ZANU-PF cant survive.God bless zimbabwe and i hope the mdc and ZANU-pf can come out with a compromise for the sake of the people of zimbabwe.the people are dying because of poverty and a collasping state.peace.

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