America right! Thabo Mbeki wrong!
The South African Press (Citizen 25 February 2005) has reported that, South African President Thabo Mbeki has criticised the United States of America for listing Zimbabwe as one of the world’s ‘‘outpost of tyranny.’’
Thabo Mbeki is prepared to stand with his Marxist brother, President Robert Mugabe no matter what. It’s clear before the world that Mugabe is one of the worst dictators in the world. ‘You will know them by their fruits… A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into fire.’ Matthews 7:16-19.
Zimbabweans are living in slavery. Life without freedom to do what is right before God is slavery. The land invasion was a government-planned thing. And it was implemented after Mugabe realised that people are going to vote him out since they were tired of his disastrous, old fashioned ideologies and misguided policies.
Majority of black Zimbabweans did not benefit form the expropriation of farms. The so-called war-veterans and youth militias who were clamouring for land redistribution are tools that were being used for attaining the goals of greed and self-seeking politicians.
Zimbabwean elections are characterised by rigging, intimidation and fear. As you are reading this paper hundreds of thousands Zimbabweans have been abused, threatened and silenced. Thousands have been tortured by state. Every week more than 800 people are dying due to starvation and AIDS (speeded by state made starvation).
Mr Mbeki is deprived of truth. With vast information at his disposal how can he fail to give a fair and balanced account of the suffering in Zimbabwe?
”Those who call the righteous unrighteous, and unrighteous righteous shall be denounced by national groups.”
God of justice will prove Mr Mbeki wrong before the world. In fact God is angry concerning the moral support being given to a murderous government. Mr Mbeki must repent, recant his statement and stop supporting tyranny.
”Then you will know the truth; and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32.
Rescue those being lead away to death (in Zimbabwe); hold back those staggering to slaughter.” Proverbs 24:10-11.
Thabo Mbeki (President), Jacob Zuma (Deputy President), Aziz Pahad are some of failing African leaders, who derive much of their support from ill-informed, envious and self seeking generation.
These so-called benevolent leaders fear that the installation of a better government in Zimbabwe will provide a standard that can be used to judge their own performance.
The bible says, ‘the longing of such leaders will come to nothing.’ ”The one enthroned in Heaven laughs; the lord scoffs at them. Then rebukes them in His anger and terrifies them in His wrath, saying l have installed my King.” Psalm 2:5-6.
In 2004 the ANC government celebrated its 10 years of democracy and freedom. What democracy? Democracy of abortion, pornography, prostitution, corruption, unemployment, homeless, homosexuality, poverty, increase in violent crime and use of taverns and brothels. South Africa is collapsing very fast. The problem at the base is moral. If patriotic South Africans fail to take drastic measures, in less than 13 years, the country will be worse than what Zimbabwe is like now. Millions of South Africans are living in abject poverty. Thousands have been reduced to beggars. The mainstream media (superficial journalism) that has ignored suffering Zimbabweans is also ignoring the worst human suffering in South Africa.
Most churches and NGOs are silent about human abuses and suffering in South Africa.
After independence, black leadership did not only fail Zimbabwe and South Africa but most African countries.
‘Therefore, you kings, be wise; be warned, you rulers of earth. Serve the lord with fear and rejoice with trembling. Kiss the Son, lest he be angry…” Psalm 2:10.
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