(008274.77-E001840.93NAVRLOSUC20V)[The most important thing in this article is mention of Zimbabwe military officers moving among the blacks in civilian clothes. It is my opinion that blacks use this type of communist trick a lot. Also in South Africa many of the blacks involved in killing white farmers have been found to be former Zimbabwean soldiers. But are they “former soldiers” or current soldiers? During the land invasions by the masses after 2000, I came across similar reports including Zimbabwean army soldiers in civilian clothes but carrying AK47s. This type of behaviour is important for whites in South Africa to be aware of.
Mnangagwa is a communist and the right hand man of Mugabe and Zanu PF is still in charge. It is interesting that the Zimbabwe army is going to the villages. The villages are the dumb asses who voted for Mugabe all the time. Is Mnangagwa afraid that he’s going to lose their support?
The Zimbabweans will have elections in 4-5 months time. Rest assured Mnangagwa will rig it like Mugabe did for the previous 37 years.
I don’t care because we whites fought against communism. These blacks supported it and now the blacks are living in a nightmare that they cannot escape from. But that’s their problem. They wanted to be adults. They must live with the consequences. Jan]
Harare – Zimbabwean opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party led by Morgan Tsvangirai, has reportedly claimed that President Emmerson Mnangagwa has deployed thousands of soldiers throughout the country’s rural areas “in a sinister move to scare villagers into voting the ruling Zanu-PF”.
According to New Zimbabwe.com, the MDC said this as it demanded the demilitarisation of the villages.
“The MDC is… deeply concerned by the continued militarisation of villages around the country. We have solid and incontrovertible evidence pointing to the fact that thousands of army officers in civilian attire have been deployed into the countryside for the purposes of carrying out clandestine political campaigns on behalf of Zanu-PF,” read part of the statement.
Meanwhile, a NewsDay report quoted former first lady Grace Mugabe’s ally – exiled former minister of higher education, Jonathan Moyo – as confirming the MDC’s allegation on Twitter.
Moyo, the report said, claimed that Zanu-PF had deployed over 2 000 soldiers across the country to lead its election campaign.
This came as Mnangagwa indicated during his visit to Maputo, Mozambique on Wednesday that Zimbabweans should brace for harmonised elections in the next five months.
A Herald newspaper report quoted Mnangagwa as saying: “Zimbabwe is going for elections in four to five months’ time and we have to preach peace, peace and peace because we know it is good for us and we have no doubt that we will have peaceful elections.
“I assure the regional leadership that the forthcoming harmonised polls will embrace the tenets of democracy, fair play and standards set by us in the Sadc.”