zimbabwe, was nun ??

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Re: zimbabwe, was nun ??

Beitragvon Tom Bombadil » Do 23. Nov 2017, 22:36

Simbabwe hat viele Bodenschätze...
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Re: zimbabwe, was nun ??

Beitragvon Nomen Nescio » Fr 24. Nov 2017, 11:10

emmerson mnangagwa ist seit heute morgen der neue präsident von simbabwe. in the zambian observer las ich einen nicht schneichelhafte beschreibung über ihn.

1. He oversaw the mass murder of 20,000 innocent civilians during his tenure as the army general in the 1980 war.

2. He forced people to dance on freshly dug graves of their relatives at gunpoint when he was in the army.

4. He was the tool of implementation of Mugabe’s draconian rules over his subjects to pacify them.

4. He presided over the perpetual rigging of election for Mugabe in his capacity as ZANU-PF Campaigns Manager.

5. He led Zimbabwe troops to DR Congo during their civil war only to end up looting the natural resources like gold.

6. Masterminded the attacks and unleashed campaign of violence on Tsangirai’s supporters in 2008.

7. He was the link between Zanu-PF campaign machinery and the country’s intelligence plus the army.

8. He has eliminated dozens of his critics and Mugabe’s vehement opposers and once threatened Morgan Tsvangirai who had to abandon his presidential ambitions.

From frying pan into the fire?

ja, man kann mit recht über ihn und seinen vorgänger sagen »einer ist so schlimm wie der andere«.
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/11/16/afric ... index.html
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China & Iran

Beitragvon King Kong 2006 » Mo 27. Nov 2017, 00:02

Zimbabwe's Smart Coup: China and Iran are key suspects

Zimbabwe's smart coup was engineered and conceived by Chinese and Iranian allies of both former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Commander of ZDF, Constantine Chiwenga well before the army seized power from the 93 year old veteran leader Cde R.G. Mugabe. The army boss went to Beijing where he held high profile meetings with Chinese officials from the Ministry of Defense. The Chinese Foreign Ministry insisted that General Chiwenga's visit was just a normal and routine visit. Earlier on, the crocodile personally travelled to Iran where he is alleged to have entered into an arms deal with Iranian arms dealers, it has emerged.


According to high ranking Government insiders, Tehran also agreed to supply Harare with advanced cyber-warfare weapons and technology, as the ruling Zanu-PF party is leaving no stone unturned in the fight against cyber terrorism, cyber crimes and social media platforms such as wassup, telegram, twitter and facebook. The new secret campaign is also said to be targeted at Diplomatic Missions, Non-Governmental Organizations and opposition political parties.


According to our Zanu PF Politbro sources, since 2007 Tehran, has been involved in massive training programs of Zimbabwe's Intelligence and Military operatives. Further information shows that the then National State Security Minister, Didymus Mutasa was instrumental in establishing the training programs, with assistance from Iranians. Mutasa, before being fired from Government and Zanu-PF, visited Iran in March 2010.

http://bulawayo24.com/index-id-opinion- ... 22276.html


Die klassischen Verdächtigen für Interventionen jeder Art, die alten Kolonialherren wie z.B. GB oder Frankreich, postkolonial die USA und Sowjets, bekommen zunehmend Gesellschaft. Z.B. von China und dem Iran.
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Re: zimbabwe, was nun ??

Beitragvon Tom Bombadil » Mo 27. Nov 2017, 10:55

Macht Sinn, China ist ja immer auf der Suche nach Rohstoffen. In Zimbabwe wird auch viel Lithium gefördert: http://www.zeit.de/wirtschaft/2017-11/e ... it-lithium

Steuern wir in ein neues imperialistisches Zeitalter? Muss Deutschland bzw. die EU auch mitmischen, um industriell nicht abgehängt zu werden?
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