Mugabe tells it like it is...

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  1. Just for once that deluded victim of tertiary syphlis has hit the nail right on the head.
    Insulting Gordon Brown
  2. he's right though, the world will still remember Mugabe long after they have forgotten Brown the mediocre unelected lier.
  3. You've got to love him mugabe that is, Browns a cnut. As mad as Al Fayed and as keen to keep hold of power as a Labour Minister.
  4. Mbeke, obviously the most blind man in S Africa, sees no crisis in Rhodesia. Perhaps 100K% is normal, police brutality and people starving to death are normal for him. Would he like to live in a country with no health system, no sanitation, no hope, no food, no industry, no roads, no rail, no transport, only massive fraud and run by a maggot in the festering sore of political anarchy

    One blind tw*t supporting another

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  5. Mbeke is also infamous for not believing HIV is the cause of AIDS which elds to thousands of un-necessary deaths in SA. He really is a chopper of the highest order.
  6. Mugabe will be judged by history for the destruction of his country and the genocide of Matabele tribesmen. Mbeki will hopefully be judged equally harshly for standing idly by Mugabe and condoning these acts while his own country falls, as well as his incompetence in curbing the twin scourges of rampant violent crime and HIV in SA.

    Just another normal day in Africa then...
  7. Has anyone actually TOLD mBeki that he IS the President of South Africa?, the dopey sod cant tell daylight from dark, so if he cant or wont do anything about the mad bugger across the border, why doesn,t he sod off and let that police minister woman handle things, she,s a STAR.
  8. Actually, it's a pity he didn't take the opportunity to abuse Claire Shortt while he was at it.
  9. Hollywood couldn't make a film containing such unbelivable issues to make the naive or blind think that it actually this happen in real life.

    On the whole Zimbabwe fortnight delayed results: "I wouldn’t describe that as a crisis. It’s a normal electoral process in Zimbabwe. We have to wait for ZEC to release the results". :roll:

    Mugabe, on Mbeki oh so difficult but so called independent role of mediator for the SADC, and the importance the organisation holds for him: "Mbeki is going to the summit, I’m not ... We are very good friends and very good brothers. Sometimes you attend, sometimes you have other things holding you back". :roll:

    Like another poster said, another normal day in Africa then....
  10. Good old Mbeki, he was probably pissed when he said their was no problems in Zim.
    One day a decent leader may actually take charge is SA and show Africa how things can be done
  11. Alsacien

    Alsacien LE Moderator

    You think he wants to come to the UK :?
  12. Gordon Brown and Robert Mugabe eh?

    One's an autocratic paranoid despot and the other, oh , er....

    On paper the pair have much in common, having bullied their way into office using intimidation without any recourse to what the electorate actually wanted.

    Bob at least went to the polls to try for a thin veneer of democratic mandate. How Gordon can take the moral high ground on the principles of democacy is beyond me.

    (Edited for Mong spelling - but hopefully the Emperor's gone now)