PF is 'Zanu PF pig in lipstick' and implementing GPA reforms is the tonic to remove it

PF is 'Zanu PF pig in lipstick' and implementing GPA reforms is the tonic to remove it
Published: 19 January 2016 (867 Views)
"They have to unreservedly and in the strongest possible terms, condemn corruption, lawlessness, violence, extortion (even if it's given another name) and self-centeredness, amongst other things.

They must be prepared to observe, respect and defend human and property rights, people's basic freedoms, diversity of views, the principal of equality and most importantly, our national constitution. These people must genuinely yearn for a democratic, peaceful and prosperous Zimbabwe where everybody is equal before the law, where fairness, accountability, inclusiveness and respect are virtues," said Moses Chamboko, just to quote one paragraph.

Could not agree with you more, my brother! What better way of People First demonstrating their commitment end corruption, Zanu PF's culture of political violence, etc. than demanding the implementation of the GPA democratic reforms.

Throughout the five years of the GNU Mai Mujuru, Didymus Mutasa and all the other PF leaders joined their former Zanu PF colleagues in praising President Mugabe in how he had outwitted and fooled Tsvangirai and the MDC leaders into doing nothing about implementing the GPA reforms. Everyone in Zanu PF could not believe it when the five years were up and not even one reform had been implemented. Not one.

Of course Mai Mujuru, Mutasa and the rest were pleasantly surprise at the easy with which Zanu PF rigged the July 2013 elections and they joined in celebrating Zanu PF's land-slide victory. Little did they know that the same undemocratic practices Mugabe had horned over the years would be used against them a year later!

Accusing Mai Mujuru and others of plotting to kill him was just a smoke-screen President Mugabe used to hide his devilish plan to kick her and her supporters out of the party because she was set to win the democratic vote in the coming elective party congress. Whilst some people felt sorry for Mai Mujuru, especial from the torrent of abuse she received at the hands of Grace Mugabe, many people were glad she and her supporters were getting a taste of the Zanu PF tyranny they had dished out to the nation so liberally during their Zanu PF days.

Moses Chamboko is spot on again when he said, "For now, they (PF) ordinarily come across as not much different from a ZANU PF pig with lipstick."

There is nothing so show that the government Mai Mujuru and her PF would form would be any different from the one they would have formed if they had emerged the victorious Zanu PF faction in December 2014. In other words PF is Zanu PF through and through and fight for control of the Zanu PF dictatorship continues, instead of being between factions within the party the one faction has assumed a new name PF.

"People First must do a lot of soul searching, put their act together, grow out of arrogance, dip their red lips in a very strong detergent, reach out to and establish synergies with other progressive democratic forces to demonstrate that they are a genuine new entrant to opposition politics in Zimbabwe," advised Moses Chamboko.

The only strong detergent, tonic, powerful enough to remove the think lipstick that has penetrated deep into the flesh and with the two-in-one freshener to neutralize the stench of 34 years of corruption and murder is for PF to demand the implementation of the GPA reforms.

Mai Mujuru and others can claim that they have had their Damascene moment, the scales fell off Saul's eyes he saw the world anew, he embraced the Christians, they very people he has travelled all the way to Damascus to kill, and became one of them. Mai Mujuru and her PF friends must demonstrate they are no long the corrupt and murderous Zanu PF tyrants by demanding the complete dismantling of the Zanu PF dictatorship by demanding the full implementation of the GPA reforms they were so pleased to see kicked into the tall grass during the GNU!

For 34 years Mai Mujuru and her PF friends have played their part in creating and sustaining the corrupt and tyrannical Zanu PF dictatorship what could be better proof they have truly repented than play an even bigger role in destroying the dictatorship and restoring the people freedom and dignity not just for this generation but for posterity!


- Patrick Guramatunhu

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