Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Random comments left by Majaira Jairosi: Last mile towards the real change

Fambai Zvakanaka Sinyoro

Pasi haritigute vakomana. Death has robbed us yet again of one of the most prolific academists, a champion of democracy, fighter for justice, human dignity and decency Prof Makumbe. Professors of John Makumbe's calibre are very rare in Zimbabwe and what pains me most is that they continue to go into extinction leaving us with a bunch of bogus and fraud Professors. We do not deserve this Lord. Zimbabwe's world of think-tanks will never be the same again. MHSRIP.
  • 3 days ago
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Given this man's violent history, its very hard to believe what he say. Isn't he the one who openly celebrated Tsvangirai, Madhuku and Grace Kwinji's savage attack in the hands of CIOs and ZRP. Mugabe also encouraged violence during the land invasions which was led by self proclaimed Chief Commander of Land Invasion. He was asked to stop the anarchy and he denied openly saying that he couldnt do anything because the people were after their land. Mugabe almost made Chinotimba to believe that he was the one running the country and that he was above law. When he lost the 2008 elections, whatever he instructed his thugs to do , no one knows, all what we know is that 207 people were murdered thereafter. Now we have the same person appearing to be condoning violence, but then later uses an ambiguous phrase "there will be a political fight". If you tell learned people like Denny, Robobo, Gari weku Zviyambe, Mupoperi and others they may give you benefit of the doubt and try to understand the phrase in another context. Now, the problem is dunderheads like Takunya Ndebvu, Chinotimba and their other fellow goons who are bound to percieve this phrase as an incitement to kill. Vanobva watotanga kurodza matemo nekuveza mupini. and they will adamantly argue that "we were told that they will be a political fight". So Mugabe must elaborate what he mean by political fight because many Zanupf people are very thick when it comes to comprehending very simple facts, issues or statements. Hezvo!!!!!
  • 2 weeks ago
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To believe that Zimbabweans voted for Mugabe en masse as reported by the commission is to believe the childish absurdity that man can walk on water if he has faith. Obviously those who orchestrated the fraud had to convince the world that the Zimbabwean people voted for this nondescript.Hezvo!!!!!

  • 2 weeks ago
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You replied to Djoser

Djoser listen, you are being silly and behaving like a complete nutter. People are sick and tired of this rhetoric, period. Is murder, corruption, oppression and heartlessness the ideals of liberation struggle. We dont want Zanupf politicians who destroy the country in the name of liberation struggle. We have brothers, fathers, sisters and mothers who went to the war and never returned. The Zimbabwe we have today is not the Zimbabwe that they sacrificed their lives for, where Zanupf big cats' tummies are growing bigger and bigger whilst mwana waTombotiyana akanofira kuhondo ari kugara mustreet. Its how you try to justify what you are doing using words like revolutionary and ideals of the liberation that annoys people big time. Its like you are urinating on the graves of those who fought the war for a genuine reason not you the Djosers of this world who fought to enslave their own people that is if ever you went to war. Go in your toilet and look at yourself in the mirror and see if you are worth being counted in society.
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This title showcasing is usally employed by dictators who got in power by hooks and crooks in order to remind the people kuti hapana zvamunondiita, nyika ndeyangu. If you have noticed, this title showcasing by Herald intensified after Mugabe lost the 2008 elections. One of the most brutal dictators in Africa used to call himself: His Excellency President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Idi Amin, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Sea, and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in Particular." Asi akazofira kunyika yevamwe. Hameno kuti chiii but most dictators become fascinated with titles. For now until further notice we are going to put up with this "President Mugabe, who is the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces" from Herald.

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