ZIMBABWE: EMMERSON MNANGAGWA- HERO…..OR HOODLUM? ANOTHER RUDE AWAKENING AWAITS.

 

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Article posted  by: White Nation correspondent Cape Town  December 3    2017

 

 

ZIMBABWE

 

 

MANY Zimbabweans are still drunk with excitement that the nightmare years of Mugabe are over. And they are even more ecstatic that his wife Grace Mugabe is not the president. A lot of the goodwill toward Mnangagwa comes from a sense of relief that the new President is A.B.G – Anyone But Grace. A lot of back-slapping, tree hugging and arse sucking went along during the short celebrations.

BUT then the first shocker and introduction to reality hit home the next day for the poor naive Zimbabweans – when they had again to share  their disappointment over news that a new cabinet appointed by  Emmerson Mnangagwa has not made a break with the past. Most Zimbabweans  woke up to news on Friday that the cabinet not only included veterans of Robert Mugabe’s previous cabinets, but prominent members of the military. ‘A cabinet or a regiment?’ 

Airforce commander, Perrance Shiri is now the new agriculture minister. Brigadier-General Sibusiso Moyo – who Zimbabweans got to know on November 15 when he went on state TV to announce a military takeover – is the new foreign minister. “Is this a CABINET or a REGIMENT? quipped Zimbabwean comedian, Carl Joshua Ncube on Twitter. Across Zimbabwe’s vibrant social media community, the mood was glum.Already the cat sneaked through the back door into the pigeon pen. 

Tweeted @SiphoMalunga:This looks like the unexpected reality I spoke about. And the Zimbabwe dream has turned into a nightmare so that it’s awful to be asleep and equally terrible to be awake.”

Great hopes

Many had anticipated that Mnangagwa, sworn in amid great hopes last Friday, would use the new cabinet to build bridges in politically polarized Zimbabwe and reinforce the message that the country was changing tack after years of crisis and uncertainty under Mugabe’s rule.There were even suggestions Mnangagwa would include members from opposition parties in his new government. But that was not to be. “Most of the people in this new Cabinet don’t possess any new and refreshing ideas to breathe life into the comatose economy,” said Obert Gutu, spokesman for Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC party. Gutu said the new cabinet showed there would be “absolutely no fundamental change in the government’s approach going forward.”

Ready for elections

Tendai Biti, who was finance minister in the 2009-2013 coalition government and credited with stabilizing the economy, wrote on Twitter: “Up until now, we had given the putsch the benefit of the doubt. We did so in the genuine, perhaps naive view that the country could actually move forward… How wrong we were.” But presidential spokesperson George Charamba said calls for another unity government now were impractical, with elections just round the corner. “If you look at the schedule for elections we are about plus or minus six months before they are held and certainly it would not make sense to talk about (a government of national unity) for those remaining months,” he told Friday’s state-run Herald daily. “Parties must ready themselves for elections,” he said.

Run back the clock pleasewho IS Emmerson Mnangagwa? 

Don’t be fooled by Mnangagwa’s idle promises and “sweet talk! “ Mandela made that same idle promises and  “sweet talk” during his inauguration speech- and look where South Africa (especially whites) finds themselves in today-TOTALLY into JUNK status –  and whites hunted down like animals by black ANC paid predators – and Ton Vosloo’s Multichoice media reptilians!!  They say to determine one’s future- you just have to look at his past. History have this uncanny feature of repeating itself. I per se are but very skeptic about the big “change” that took place in Zimbabwe. South Africa also had that “big change.” It did not last very long before it  turned into an economic , criminal , corrupt and  social  nightmare-  and a white genocide.

OK- let us be brutal honest– it is a blessing that murderous dictator Mugabe have been dethroned after 37 years of oppression, maladministration , mass murders and self enrichment. BUT some uncanny little yellow bird keeps on warning  me that we have not seen the last of Mugabe’s ghost as yet. When we look at the history of Africa per se– it shows you a story of Caballistic Zionist plundering – and African paid dictatorships. The new “change” always are “negotiated” the same way- the Jews control the money and the blacks control the land. It happened in South Africa with the bogus “CODESA” as well. And guess who gets to blame for this whole  “democratic” f*ck-up? Those “whites”- even if a bloody Jew NEVER was a “white”– but to a black African race and ethnic differences among the “bleak ones”  doesn’t matter at all- they all appear “white.” The Jews naturally does not mind at all- while they keep on plundering Africa , instigate wars and create race divisions- the poor “white” (Christian) get to be blamed all the time for Africa’s misery.

On face value Mnangagwa appeared to be the “gift to Zimbabwean – kind” …but sadly that is only face value as I said. Mnangagwa was a little bit too “ready” to take over te reigns from Mugabe- and rightly so. OneThe ZANU PF stays in control. Bob only passed the bucket to Buddy. This is the same stunt Zuma now is trying to pull   in South Africa- Zuma pass the bucket to ex-wiffie Nkosazana….but the bucket stays within the Zuma clan. In Zimbabwe the bucket stays within the Shona clan. TwoMnangawa is an old time terrorist ally to Mad Bob. Three: Mnangawa kept his old terrorist friends in his parliament.

On face value the “new”(old) Parliament had begun proceedings to impeach Mugabe for allowing his wife and a coterie of followers to “capture” the ruling party. Now the new president has vowed sweeping changes in government and new policies to attract investment and revive the ailing economy.He even promised displaced white farmers that were thrown off their rightful property some “compensation” AND he invited them to come back and RENT farms from his government in order to boost the near non-existent agricultural sector. How sweet! How “compassionate”  the man is? Did you read RENT and not OWN? You read correctly. They will not even be legible to claim their old stolen farms back from the regime! So the displaced white farmers will not be able to have their own property in any case- and should his “ excellency” decide it’s time to kick out the “colonials” again- well- they have no property- and in the African context a man without property is a nothing!

We saw the same rhetoric in Namibia where Hein Geingob from SWAPO also said that Namibia belongs to ” ALL “- and NO farm invasions will be tolerated. That was then. Geingob- like all African con-artists- made his 90 degree turn-about already. When visiting ol’ Bob in Zimland recently- Geingob said  he was seeking advice from his “mentor” – Robert Mugabe-  on how to embark on an agrarian revolution in his country. Mugabe his “mentor??” Geingob’s government spooked foreign investors and stoked controversy in recent months for tabling a draft bill known as the National Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework which will compel all white-owned companies to cede 25% shareholding to “previously disadvantaged persons”, meaning black Namibians.Does that not sound SO familiar? This almost sound like a copy-cat thievery plan right out of the cook-book of the  Zuma / Davis anarchists. Jeez- but DOES criminology against whites FLIES across borders these days?

Does this sound SO familiar for white South Africans as well? It appears Africa is FULL of “disadvantaged” parasites that want to “share” with whites – Kenya, Tanganyika, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa but to name a few.  “In my thesis a long time ago, I said in Zimbabwe my brothers there had a Caesarean section to deliver a baby. A Caesarean section could be very painful, but they used that and I was saying when the pain stops you will deliver a healthy baby. “We are already seeing the signs of that. I am told you are going to have a bumper harvest this year. The signs are already beginning to show,” sings Gaingob happily ahead.   Well Mr. Geingob- it appears that “baby” somehow got stuck in the “African womb of mankind” – as we still await that promised  “bumper” harvest. All we see is a “bumper” migration of starving Zimbabweans across  South Africa’s borders! Africa’s so-called “leaders” never change- and they will never alter their tribal mind-set either. The white will stay their” convenience store ” to rob , plunder , murder and blame time and again when Africa  feel ” previously disadvantaged.” .

BUT let us return to our main attraction- Emmerson Mnangagwa…where did he come from?

Emmerson Mnangagwa, 75, has had a long and varied brutal political career in Zimbabwe.  Mnangagwa has been Robert Mugabe’s close confidante and also was bank-rolled by the British Jews together with Mugabe. We also heard Theresa May recently pledge her undying “support” to Mnangwagwa’s regime ( ZANU PF.) What her hidden message in this regard is- is that she actually said Britain will keep on “supporting “ Zimbabwe FINANCIALLY (Iow BRIBING and BACK HANDERS) -as long as Mnangagwa’s regime dance to the British plunderers’ tune. Other than that Mnangwagwa might find himself ‘wanted” as the corporate assassins close in – and his term might turn into his own worst nightmare.

So where does that leave us? Feared in Zimbabwe as a brutal spymaster who suppressed opponents in 1980s – he was dubbed the nick-name the   ‘Crocodile’ – and has been chief of the justice, defense, housing and finance ministries. He got his nickname after leading the ‘Crocodile Group’ fighters in the terrorist  war together with Mugabe against Ian Smith’s government. So- when about did the Jackal change his nature? You can take the jackal out of the bush- but not the bush out of the Jackal- they say. So what IS hiding in Mnangwagwa’s “bush” then? Let us have a look:

Mnangagwa, 75, is a notorious and much-feared figure in Zimbabwe, having led a vicious crackdown on opponents in the 1980s with the help of the dreaded North Korean-trained Fifth Army brigade.  Thousands of civilians were killed during the Gukurahundi campaign, but Mnangagwa has always denied involvement.  (as expected.) His reputation for cruelty is so legendary that he was one of the few leaders of Zimbabwe known to drive around the country without security.

He is also known for his unpredictable darting eyes and is understood to be a Chelsea supporter due to his admiration of the club’s former striker Didier Drogba. He has had a long and varied political career, leading at one point the justice, defense, housing and finance ministries as well as being the speaker of the lower house and a spymaster. Mnangagwa was widely viewed as Mugabe’s successor until he was ditched by the president last week and fled to South Africa. Mugabe had accused his former deputy of plotting to take power from him, while his ambitious wife Grace referred to him as a snake that ‘must be hit on the head’ after the two clashed. Whoeweee...does that sound like South Africa’s own “snake” -Jacob Zuma? Similarly  Zuma ALSO ousted one-time “compadre ” Thabo Mbeki in a pre-plotted “soft coup” as well. Och- these African despots are SO predictable!

In 1983, Mnangagwa led a major crackdown in Matabeleland, in the southwest of Zimbabwe. Tens of thousands of people were killed. Pictured: Bodies found in Matabeleland after the massacre

In 1983, Mnangagwa led a major crackdown in Matabeleland, in the southwest of Zimbabwe. Tens of thousands of people were killed. Pictured: Bodies found in Matabeleland after the massacre
Zimbabweans sitting in front of Salibury prison (where Mugabe and Mnangagwa met and forged their political alliance) in 1968 after the triple hanging of James Dhlamini, Victor Mlambo and Duly Shadrack, was ordered by Ian Smith's government - despite Queen Elizabeth II issuing a royal reprieve

Zimbabweans sitting in front of Salibury prison where Mugabe and Mnangagwa met and forged their political allianceMnangagwa was mentioned by, among others, the tycoon Roland Rowland at the time of the Gukurahundi massacres. Pictured: Mugabe (centre) and Mnangagwa (right) together 

Mnangagwa was mentioned by, among others, the tycoon Roland Rowland at the time of the Gukurahundi massacres. Pictured: Mugabe (centre) and Mnangagwa (right) together

Mnangagwa's reputation for cruelty is so legendary that he was one of the few leaders of Zimbabwe known to drive around the country without security. Pictured: The former vice president claps after being presented with a fake crocodile as homage to his nickname 

Mnangagwa’s reputation for cruelty is so legendary that he was one of the few leaders of Zimbabwe known to drive around the country without security. Pictured: The former vice president claps after being presented with a fake crocodile as homage to his nickname 

He is a leader of the so-called 'Lacoste' faction - named after the clothes firm's crocodile logo, which matches Mnangagwa's reptilian nickname - within Mugabe's party. The group enjoys strong support among military figures. Pictured: Mugabe with Mnangagwa

He is a leader of the so-called ‘Lacoste‘ faction – named after the clothes firm’s crocodile logo, which matches Mnangagwa’s reptilian nickname – within Mugabe’s party. The group enjoys strong support among military figures. Pictured: Mugabe with Mnangagwa

Mnangagwa was sentenced to ten years in jail, being kept at Salisbury Prison, Grey Prison, Khami Prison and Harare Prison. While imprisoned in Salisbury (later renamed Harare), he became close to Mugabe and other nationalist leaders. Pictured: Mnangagwa with Mugabe and Josiah Tongogara, a guerrilla commander 

Mugabe had accused his former deputy of plotting to take power from him, while his ambitious wife Grace referred to him as a snake that 'must be hit on the head' after the two clashed. Pictured right: Mnangagwa with Mugabe in 2004

University of London-educated Mnangagwa has been close to Mugabe since the two were involved in the struggle against racist white-minority rule in then-Rhodesia. Pictured: Mnangagwa (right) being sworn in as vice president by Mugabe (left) in 2014

He earned his 'Crocodile' nickname when he returned to Zimbabwe and led a gang of fighters called the 'Crocodile Group' during the civil war. Pictured: Mnangagwa in 2016

First Lady: Grace Mugabe, 52, pictured with her husband, has been seen as being a successor to her husband after her opponent was fired. With the events of last night, the struggle between Grace and Mnangagwa to succeed 93-year-old Mugabe appears to be shifting in the Crocodile's favour

But Mnangagwa, who recently survived a poisoning attempt blamed on ice-cream from Mugabe’s own dairy, has been telling allies he would return rapidly and everything would soon be ‘sorted’. He is a leader of the so-called ‘Lacoste’ faction – named after the clothes firm’s crocodile logo, which matches Mnangagwa’s reptilian nickname – within Mugabe’s party. The group enjoys strong support among military figures. It is locked in a struggle with Grace’s G40 group.

Activists and human rights campaigners in Zimbabwe fear a new crackdown that could roll back gains made during the eight-day crisis that culminated in the resignation of  Robert Mugabe last week. Relatives of victims of state-sponsored violence said they were concerned about the track record of  Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was Mugabe’s right-hand man and is blamed for the brutal suppression of political opposition parties during elections in 2008.

“Just because [Mnangagwa] has wrestled power from the devil does not mean I see him as the messiah,” said Patson Dzamara, whose activist brother Itai was abducted in 2015 and has not been heard of since. “So many have been killed, maimed, tortured or imprisoned, and the ones who are presiding over this transition are the ones responsible.” he added. Mugabe, whose 37-year rule over the impoverished southern African country was marked by brutal repression, stepped down after a military takeover led to mass protests and impeachment proceedings in parliament.In his inauguration speech in a packed national stadium in Harare on Friday, Mnangagwa, the 75-year-old stalwart of the ruling Zanu-PF party, said he would govern for all “patriotic Zimbabweans” and promised elections would be held as scheduled next year.

He did not mention lifting restrictions on freedom of expression, or any measures to weaken the grip of the feared internal security services he helped set up following Zimbabwe’s independence from white-minority rule in 1980. The new president was minister of justice when Itai Dzamara was pushed into a vehicle by unknown men, and has been accused of involvement in the killings of more than 20,000 civilians in the south of Zimbabwe in the 1980s. Mnangagwa denies any responsibility, saying he was head of internal security at the time and not in the military, which carried out the massacres.

The fall of Mugabe, 93, was triggered by a factional battle within the ruling party over his succession. (Doesn’t it also sound like the ANC in South Africa?) Within days of the military takeover, thousands of ordinary people were on the streets, waving placards and chanting slogans against the ageing autocrat in scenes unthinkable under his rule. In one massive protest more than 100,000 people marched through Harare. “The military turned on the tap to allow a one-off big demonstration but the citizens’ momentum has to stay on. We are fighting not just to keep that space open but to radically expand that space that we need as citizens to make the new Zimbabwe a free country,” Monro, 37, said.

As for Mnangagwa’s invitation to white farmers to return to Zimbabwean farmlands- well- I will not even bet my aunt Tilly’s old knickers that this “invitation”  and “ promise “ of safety and security under Mnangagwa’s rule will be longer than 3 yards. Africa is not well  known for it’s commitment to embrace whites at all. Through the ages the British, Jews, Spaniards, Portugese and Dutch mineral rapists made sure their puppets run the show. Mix the globalist greed with the African cruelty- and you get a recipe for genocides. Africa is once too rich in yet untapped mineral resources for the notorious international plunderers to let go. They do not keep their black African pets on short leashes as such- but rather on choke chains- and Mnangagwa is no different. He already left the back door wide open to import the old African demon back again when he re-loaded his “new” cabinet with Mugabe’s old terrorists. Mnangagwa’s past history read like a scene from a horror movie- and the chances that the nature of the Jackal now suddenly will change since he has been taken out of the bush is very doubtful. Mnangagwa came from an era of murder, oppression, mass executions and disrespect for human lives.

As with Mugabe, Zuma , Idi Amin, Geingob, Charles Taylor, Bokassaet al– Mnangagwa belongs to that small elite group of ruthless African terrorist despots of years gone by that only are interested in one-man dictatorships- and naturally- funding from the British corporate  Jew banking establishment. This is one old jackal that will not learn new tricks anymore. He has got his own little black book of horrible secrets that still have to be exposed. AND that expose might come in yet another most horrendous form of bloodshed again- just as with his predecessor. Africa cannot be trusted- PERIOD! He was a tyrant in the same category as Mugabe and Zuma- and the chances that he will even honor his own “commitment” to “peace and stability” is doubtful and yet to be seen.

I for one doubt if this false pretense will last longer than one year at the most before the jackal will again expose his true African colors. As for the white farmers- I REALLY believe they must be very, extremely careful before taking a trip down the “gullible lane ” like most whites tend to do- and be caught for fools 5 years down the line again. It happened in Kenya, Tanganjika, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa….and it surely will happen in Zimbabwe again. But then again blacks in Africa have a very deep rooted hatred and racist attitude  towards whites in general- and only exploit whites to feed them and take care of their ever lasting ” disadvantaged”   state of mind.  Once the Western funding dries up – so will their tolerance also be. Their naked racist attitude clearly emerges when they  simply vote for these type of despots in every election – just to keep the white man out- irrespective if the new ruler is a tyrant or not- he is black and he is an AfricanCASE CLOSED!  Thus they vote their own misery , impoverishment and genocides into power time and again. Who then is then to blame- the dictator- or the idiots that voted him into power?  Every nation surely deserves their own king.

SOURCES:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5084379/Deposed-Zimbabwe-VP-75-London-educated-ex-spymaster.html

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/nov/26/zimbabwe-activists-fear-post-mugabe-human-rights-crackdown-mnangagwa

 

 

 

 

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