Blocking of 'Ndebele king' an extension of the evil 1979 grand plan

Blocking of 'Ndebele king' an extension of the evil 1979 grand plan
Published: 07 March 2018 (284 Views)
Mthwakazi Republic Party has said it is no lie that what they witnessed on the  March 2 is surely a testimony that the Gukurahudists have always tried to be the black colonisers of Mthwakazi since the so-called 'independence' in 1980.

The party said back in 1893, 652 tribal batsman from Matebeleland North joined the British to bring down the mighty Ndebele state.

MRP Vice President Presia Ngulube said it is also no lie that the Gukurawundi genocide was an extension of that the other tribe's generational plan to destroy uMthwakazi since their participation in the colonisation of Matabeleland.

"As to what we witnessed on the 2 of March at the Beitbridge Border post where our brothers and sisters were refused to gain entry into their relatives land shows that the Zanu government still hold ropes of colonising Mthwakazi. It is a fact that the Shona adminstration together with their Mthwakazi accomplices who developed political dwarfism find the intercultural and blood relations with South Africa a big threat to their power grip as they see Mthwakazi restoration being a reality that will emancipate our people from their evil systems," she said.

"We know that the Zanu-PF administration made sure that our South African relations do not attend the Coronation of the Crown Prince so as to demoralise Mthwakazi masses from believing that truly the Coronation was supported beyond the borders."

 She said as they say history has a way of repeating itself, it is the same evil Government that refused uMkhonto weSizwe training in Matabeleland at the same time unleashing a terrific mass killing of civilians in Matabeleland.

"This evil administration always extends its hands in introducing projects that derail the Mthwakazi Restoration agenda.  A few of our own sons and daughters have been bought into silence or end up as the deceitful handful of abathengisi. Who will always fight tooth and nail against the Mthwakazi restoration agenda.

The time to reckon is now.Mthwakazi is impenetrable now. Mthwakazi restoration is a reality," she said.

- Byo24News

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