'Punish illegal forex dealers' argue Zanu-PF - itself illegitimate. Focus on the hyena, not the tick.

'Punish illegal forex dealers' argue Zanu-PF - itself illegitimate. Focus on the hyena, not the tick.
Published: 20 October 2018 (284 Views)
ZANU-PF's Secretary and deputy minister for Defence and War Veterans, Victor Matemadanda, said money from forex dealers should be forfeited to the State and Government should come up with a law that empowers it to do so.

"These are tough times and they need tough measures. We cannot be suffering yet there is so much rot going on around us.

"These osiphatheleni (forex dealers) are found with forex on a daily basis and are arrested and later released.

"The money found on them should be forfeited to the State as punishment for illegally dealing in forex," he said.

And how much do you think you will recover from the forex dealers? So the village idiot has never heard of the $15 billion Mugabe admitted was being swindled from the diamond mining? The swindling is still going on. Only this week the crooks employment to manage this industry unveiled a fleet of new posh vehicles for bosses. The country has been begging for money to buy cholera drugs, fuel, food and other basic essentials but has money to buy cars, charter planes, etc.

Donors are now sick and tired of seeing these Zanu-PF thugs driving to their offices in the very latest models of limos to beg for money.  

Zimbabwe is in this economic mess because of decades of corrupt and incompetent Zanu-PF rule. After 38 years of rigging elections, the party has just rigged the July 2013 elections to extend its ruinous rule!

"The electoral commission lacked full independence and appeared to not always act in an impartial manner," wrote EU Election Observer Mission in their final report.

"The final results as announced by the Electoral Commission contained numerous errors and lacked adequate traceability, transparency and verifiability. Finally, the restrictions on political freedoms, the excessive use of force by security forces and abuses of human rights in the post-election period undermined the corresponding positive aspects during the pre-election campaign. As such, many aspects of the 2018 elections in Zimbabwe failed to meet international standards."

Go on, Comrade Matemadanda, show us the verified voters' roll for Gokwe Central constituency which you now claim to be the dually elected MP? How many of rural voters were frog marched to attend Zanu-PF rallies and then vote for you because they feared being denies food aid or worse!

How many people have you; Comrade Matemadanda, as leader of rogue war veterans; had harassed, beaten and murdered, especially in 2008 and 2013 when the rogue war veterans were Zanu-PF's foot troopers?

You have said you and your fellow rogue war veterans are "the stockholders of Zimbabwe and the rest of us are merely stakeholders". Whilst the ordinary Zimbabwean has the vote, you and Zanu-PF have the veto. You alone decide who rules Zimbabwe and hence the reason Zanu-PF has rigged elections again and again.

There are many, many ordinary men and women who have fought for freedom and human rights and dignity of all Zimbabweans, many have sacrificed their very lives, paid the ultimate price. It is heart breaking that instead of all Zimbabweans living in peace, justice and liberty after independence the nation has been locked in yet another struggle to end oppression. Yesteryear's liberators have become today's oppressors.

Still, we must fight to end black on black oppression because to allow this madness to continue will be to betray all those who fought and died to end tyranny, to betray ourselves and posterity. We owe it to our forefathers, to ourselves and to our children to secure freedom, human rights and dignity for all!

We must not allow ourselves to be bamboozles by village idiots like Matemadanda and Mnangagwa into wasting time talking about illegal foreign currency dealers when we should be talking about the illegal and illegitimate Zanu-PF regime which is the root cause of all economic problems and human misery and deaths!

Zimbabwe is in this economic mess of serious economic meltdown and political paralysis borne of having a corrupt, incompetent and vote rigging ruling party and equally corrupt and incompetent opposition because the country is stuck with the oppressive autocratic dictatorship. Zanu-PF thugs are the real enemy holding back this nation.

"State must punish osiphatheleni illegally dealing in forex!" Who elected you and your fellow Zanu-PF thugs? You too are illegal and illegitimate and the nation must punish you. You must all step down!

These Zanu-PF thugs are the hyenas killing domestic animals and humans alike, the osiphatheleni are no more that ticks on the hyena's back. Get rid of the hyenas and the ticks, the fleas, the foul smell and God knows will go with them!


- zsdemocrats.blogspot.co.uk

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