Three days after MDC-T youth leader Solomon Madzore was arrested for allegedly likening President Mugabe to a ‘limping donkey’ Zimbabwe Defence Forces commander General Constantine Chiwenga called Prime Minister Tsvangirai a ‘psychiatric patient’.
Through the Wire
Minister of State for Presidential Affairs (and Political Violence) Didymus Mutasa is desperately trying to cleanse himself of any blame for the tragic death of Christpowers Maisiri, the 12 year old boy who died after the hut his family was sleeping in was burnt down.
Political prostitute and self-appointed Zanu PF strategist Professor Jonathan Moyo is spitting fire over the decision by legendary radio presenters Ezra ‘Tshisa’ Sibanda and Eric Knight to run for parliament as MDC-T candidates.
Vice President Joice Mujuru provided some overdue comic relief over the weekend when she bizarrely declared that President Mugabe was anointed by God to lead Zimbabwe at the age of 10 years and those fighting to replace him are wasting their time.
Everyone is diving into the electoral swimming pool without checking to see if there is any political water. This is particularly true of the political parties that want to unseat Robert Mugabe and bring to an end his 32 years of uninterrupted rule.
The main ingredient in Zanu PF’s political poison is designed to ensure that Zimbabweans suffer from ‘collective amnesia’. They want us to forget the Gukurahundi Massacres, Operation Murambatsvina, the June 2008 election violence and all the other innocent souls killed for daring to oppose them.
In 32 years of uninterrupted rule Robert Mugabe and his political vampires in Zanu PF have monotonously employed ‘Persecution by Prosecution’ to deal with organisations or individuals who threaten their iron grip on illegitimate power.
Ever wondered why people pay attention to political turncoat Jonathan Moyo and his weekly ramblings in the Zanu PF controlled Sunday Mail newspaper? The Tsholotsho North Zanu PF MP is so brilliantly dishonest Zimbabwe has developed a morbid curiosity to be entertained by his verbose writings.