World Condemns Mugabe, Demands His Resignation

Nations of the world including France, the UK, America, Kenya and other African nations are urging President Robert Mugabe to resign in order to save the people of his nation from a complete disaster. Hospitals are empty, not because there are not patients, but due to lack of drugs or staff to man them since cholera is sweeping across the nation while starvation threatens the lives of millions. Mugabe stubbornly remains secluded in his little world of toadies who please their beloved leader in exchange for power and money. As French President Sarkozy aptly put it: “There comes a time when a dictator does not want to hear, does not want to understand” and it has become necessary for the world to act in order to save the people of Zimbabwe.

African leaders like Raila Odinga, prime minister of Kenya have demanded African nations take action to get rid of Mugabe. He goes or the people of Zimbabwe will have to go to another nation in order to survive.

  • mwangi

    British-Imposed Sanctions Killing Innocent Zimbabweans

    Throughout the African people’s history of fighting for liberation and human dignity, each gain and breakthrough we have made was mainly due to our ability to overcome our enemy’s overt brutality, deceit and manipulation.Because the colonialists and imperialists have actively engaged in both our physical and mental oppression, the web of deception created by their Media and networks is a crucial and deadly weapon .

    The manner in which the European and British media have reported how cholera is spreading in Zimbabwe not only reveals they enjoy watching a people whom they cannot intimidate and control suffer, but even, more importantly, it is clearly a masquerade by supposedly compassionate human beings who have nothing to do with the problem.

    The Zimbabwean Minister of Health and Child Welfare, Dr David Parirenyatwa, and his staff deserve ultimate praise, not only for their tireless efforts to maintain Zimbabwe’s broken health infrastructure, but for having the courage and integrity to inform the world that the sanctions — and not negligence or bad governance — are the root cause for problems with the country’s health delivery system.

    While the cholera problem is tragic and deserves our immediate attention, the British government and its supporters (raila Odinga and Co), obsessed with illegal regime change in Zimbabwe, should be the last ones allowed to pass moral judgment on how President Mugabe and Zanu-PF deal with this matter.

  • Fred Stopsky

    Any decent human being can pass judgment on a government that beats up the opposition candidate, sanctions rape of MDC women, drives 3 million from Zimbabwe and brutalizes people on a daily basis. You can rant on about colonialism, but Mugabe is a tyrant who doesn’t give a damn about the people of Zimbabwe, and, apparently neither do you.