Africa’s Orphans: The Shattered People Of Zimbabwe

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  1. Linde says:

    This essay is a good lead up to the 41st anniversary of the Lancaster House Agreement ( Dec 21, 1979) – easily in the top ten most infamous documents ever signed by representatives of British government. It’s right up there with the Oath of the Supremacy, the loans for which Cromwell signed up with the Synagogue and the Act of the Succession.

    ZOG East , ZOG West, especially The City of London Corporation, the UN and the Gruesome Twosome: the novus ordo Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches – all owe reparations to Rhodesians, their descendants and the people of Zimbabwe for the destruction of their republic and the government they achieved together, a government geared to social progress and development for all citizens – respecting the many different forms of tribal government within the nation.

    As an American going through what is now the overt Communist overthrow of the US republic, I will still be shedding tears for Rhodesia on Dec. 21. May God bless the loyalists of those two republics who fought their wars of independence from the British empire – initially as The Empire of the City of London and in the twentieth century the Communist Revolution – which The City always financed.

    Lenin as the Leader of the Third ComIntern and the UN mandated ‘European’ de-colonisation, but when the UK abdicated from colonial rule in Nyasaland Federation – Southern Rhodesia had already worked out their political solution and had de-facto independece : their way.

    And now (wouldn’t you know it) these same governments / organisations which funded, trained, equipped the Communist armies sent against Rhodesia (the bread basket of Africa) – capitulating them to the Communist Bloc are totally OK with the failed Marxist state of Zimbabwe and its permanent humanitarian crisis. No longer a concealed colony of the PRC, Zimbabwe was sold outright to China by their communist government ZANU-PF – still on the hook for those loans they took out for their guerrilla war. Colonialism at its worst. And now, their water and sanitatian crisis , cholera epidemic is being put down to ‘climate change’.

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