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15 March 2007

Robert Mugabe; A Suitable Case For Regime Change Treatment?


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We've known almost since the outset about this particular evil-doer-despot and his despicable, dirty deeds over almost three decades.

So when we saw this this morning, we decided we should seek to do something about it.

Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang'

Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe has said Western critics of his rule can "go hang", in response to accusations of mistreatment of opposition leaders.
Then we read this and became all the more determined.

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WANTED.

FOR COUNTLESS SERIOUS CRIMES.


ROBERT MUGABE.

One of the world's ugliest, evil men - in so many more ways than one.

Now, we're not nearly naive enough not to know we can't actually accomplish anything on our own. At least, nothing like nearly as much as we'd love to.

But we do wonder why certain western, big brave leaders have for so long looked away from such a patently obvious 'suitable case for treatment' -- regime-change-wise.

Why won't they invade this damned dictator's domain?

You know, to try to bring to this prick's poor oppressed people some of the so sought after delights of the so-called, democracy & freedom they forever lay claim to being famous for?

Oh!

Wait a mo.

Awrh, f...!

We forgot.

This 'orrible ogre don't own no oil.

Trust us and our big bloomin' gobs again, eh?

Sheesh.

So sorry to have started stirring something up, sir.

Looks like it's a clear cut case of carry on regardless, Robert.

Back to bloody business as usual, eh?

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13 Comments:

Anonymous Charles said...

This man Magabe is with doubt one of the worl'd worst racists. Remember what he did to all the white farmers? And worse still, what he allowed (even helped) to happen to them?

Rober Magabe should rot.

7:30 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mugabe is the PITS.

I really wished Chavez had snubbed him.

11:38 pm  
Anonymous whoever said...

It's huge joke isn't it? Spreading freedom and democracy? What a load of tripe.

Attacking, invading, occupying, looting ~ oh yeah, sure we're good at that but anything else ~ forget it people.

Forget it. Get on with it. Get over it.

2:01 am  
Anonymous Lesley said...

Mugabe is sickening. Not only has he singlehandedly destroyed agricultural production, resulting in the starvation of his people, I read yesterday that elephants are being slaughtered to feed crocociles in commercial farms. It's just unbelievable. Elephants, which are already endangered, are going to be extinct in Zimbabwe in a very short time because of this moron.

At what point does the world say "enough" about these imbeciles. George Bush included, of course. And speaking of the Clown in Residence at the Whitehouse, you will undoubtedly like this video. "Jon Stewart interviews Zebigniew Brzezinski about his new book, "Second Chance." Bzezinski was President Carter's National Security Advisor, and offers an excellent insight into current global affairs and geopolitics. In very few words, this man nails everything that is wrong with the Bush administration's foreign policy. He paints a very bleak picture of the future (of the United States) if things aren't turned around after 2008.

4:33 am  
Anonymous Tom V said...

Richard if your point was to bring-up the blatant double-standards and hypocrisy of the Bush regime, than I agree with you.
But if you would be serious about proposing an invasion into Zimbabwe, than I would disagree with you on principles. My disagreement with Bush and the Imperialists is not only that they invaded the wrong countries, but that they invaded other countries period.

We are either on the side of the International, (Westphalian) System, or not. If we find excuses to invade Zimbabwe, others will find excuses too, for their own purpose. I'm aware, that this premise means, that countries have to solve their problems internally, but the International Community came to this conclusion after particularly hard and bitter experiences, that it is better this way, than the alternative, when the interventionists get the 'green light'.

Beside, by the vast majority of the cases, the exact reason why conditions are so bad, because some outside powers have meddled with that country's affair already. We shouldn't apply the same chemical agent, which acted as poison before, as a medication now, when the patient became sick from it.

4:51 am  
Blogger bootlian said...

Tom, While I could never answer for Richard personaly and wouldn't even try to, by knowing him as I do I think you could safely bet the farm on him merely highlighting the sickening double standards, and not suggesting invasions etc. (In his own dry, sarky way of course)

I honestly doubt you could ever meet a more genuinely commited anti-war, pro-peace (completely legal) activist. I've known Richard for a long time and I know I haven't met one yet.

2:18 pm  
Anonymous Tazmanian said...

Does Mugabe's 'tache resembl the type adorned by Adolf Hitler?

4:46 pm  
Anonymous phil said...

And they call Bush The Chimp?
Seen the length of that guy's upper lip?

4:58 pm  
Anonymous kiwi said...

Latest on Mugabe mouthing off and issuing more threats to westerners. Although everyone knows he really means whites.

Mugabe threatens to expel envoys

Mr Mugabe has rejected criticism of the violence from Western nations
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has threatened to expel Western diplomats whom he accuses of supporting the political opposition.
The veteran leader said diplomats who wanted to represent their countries had to "behave properly" or they would be thrown out.


More here at link.

7:42 pm  
Anonymous Tom V said...

Thanks bootlian. Now that you mentioned, it does appear to me that the proposition to invade, would be oddly out-of-character for Richard.

I think, I was a 'bit hyper-alert, and just wanted to cover all corners. Sort of like the 'hedgehog-position', which is an old British military term, used in the colonies when the soldiers were surrounded by hostile natives, from all sides, if catch my drift. ;-)

9:04 pm  
Blogger kenya77 said...

While the situation in Zimbabwe today is appalling and the actions of president Mugabe are high handed and oppressive the west should shut up and stay away from Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe would have been a democratic and thriving country had it not been for western interference that has given uncle Bob the cover and the excuse to hang on to power .It is western interference in the internal affairs of Zimbabwe that led to the degeneration of Zimbabwe today .Instead of engaging the old leader in a respectful and cordial manner, Gay activist had to try and humiliate Mr Mugabe and the brits failed to fulfil land compensation agreements.Though the problems in Zimbabwe can mainly be traced to Mr Mugabe and his wife the British and Australian governments have played a catalytic role in the spiral of Zimbabwe.1. by their shameless inteferance and neo colonial attitude .2.Compensation that was due in the post independent Zimbabwe to ensure the smooth transition of land from white owners to black Zimbabweans , something that the British can not run away from . Ever so often western countries try to rewrite history in their favor but when it comes to the truth ,the truth never changes .Robert Mugabe must and should do the honorable thing and step down in Zimbabwe when his term is over


The opposition in Zimbabwe must rid itself of Neo colonial influences and put the well-being of Zimbabwe first above all else .The united kingdom should stay away from African affairs and let Zimbabwe chart her own destiny .Zimbabwe is for all Zimbabweans and the west should not feel that they should have a greater say on zims affairs than even africans .I certainly don't like what is happening in Zimbabwe but it always raises an eyebrow when as an African i see Britain trying to show more concern for Zimbabwe that even Zimbabweans themselves .Stay away from Zimbabwe !stop giving Mugabe an excuse to run down our brothers. A Zimbabwe under Mugabe as bad as it may seem is still far much better than a Zimbabwe under British stooges

8:40 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not one person has yet mentioned the fact that as Hitler was demon possessed, so is Magabe. One only has to look into his evil eyes to see that the man is pure evil. Have no fear, the more he is hated, the more he will love it. Satan is having a field day with him, but unfortunately others suffer under his wicked hand.

10:27 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hitler, Amin, and Magabe can one see any diffence between them?

Hitler, Bush and Blair can one see any diffence between them?

10:51 pm  

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