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Posted: 3/28/2002 6:38:18 AM EST
I dunno how many folks here remember the struggles of the late 70's,and the medias wholesale sellout to socialism that caused Rhodesia to fall to a Commie warlord named Mugabe.I do. Freedom recently had a chance,but national elections were rigged,and opposition supporters were beaten,murdered,and raped. Our Media has been so intent on Halle Berry,and March madness to recognize the struggle that continues. It has just gotten worse.News leaked out through South Africa tells of mass murder, Mass Rape,and whole villages terrorized in retaliation for opposition to the UN supported,and media worshiped Mugabe. Good people are suffering simply because they wished to be free of the bonds of a Tyrant,and failed Socialism. Say a prayer for them.Not so long ago our ancestors were in their shoes,and our goals are still the same as theirs. Death to Tyrants! S-28
Link Posted: 3/28/2002 6:47:35 AM EST
This would get much more national and worldwide press if Whites were slaughtering Blacks. Anybody see that picture of the poor farmer dead with his dog curled up and sleeping on the blanket?
Link Posted: 3/28/2002 6:51:45 AM EST
And how, through my hunting affilations i know a lot of PH's who are there, I know many more who have pulled up stakes and gone to RSA and Tanzania, with hopes of returning some time in the (far) distant future. The former Rhodesian president was stripped of his citizenship yesterday. I get emails a few times a week from Zimb. , they all say , stay away hunt somewhere else for now.
Link Posted: 3/28/2002 6:57:00 AM EST
Here a typical scene, the owner was not Zanu PF. THE riot police descended on Status Nightclub in Budiriro 2, Harare, on Sunday evening and beat up patrons after accusing them of causing havoc in the suburb. The nightclub is owned by Harare’s new executive mayor, Elias Mudzuri. Seventeen people were seriously injured and taken to hospital for treatment. Albert Madondo, 30, the manager of the nightclub, said: “Thirty policemen in riot gear came into the club at around 7pm and started beating up indiscriminately everyone in the club.” He said the police had been visiting the club since Mudzuri was elected. “I do not understand what is happening as the police are now beating up people any time they want,” Madondo said. Madondo said it appeared the police had imposed an unofficial curfew without the knowledge of the residents of Budiriro. He said on Sunday, the police had fired teargas and two shots with live ammunition to disperse people from the nightclub. Michael Mbaleka, 33, a Budiriro resident, said he was he was attacked by the police outside the club on his way home. “I do not know why I was beaten up,” said Mbaleka. Madondo said a certain Chinake, a former officer in charge of Glen View Police Station, who was in the club at the time, was also severely assaulted. “We are now going to lose business because of the police actions as our patrons no longer feel safe to come for a drink,” Madondo said. The police in Budiriro refused to comment on the incident.
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