[A-List] US, BRITISH HANDS OFF ZIMBABWE. LIFT ALL SANCTIONS! NED OUT OF ZIMBABWE!
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>> "Mugabe is a monster," says an editorial in the current New Republic.
>> The only reason they don't says he's a Hitler ...
... is that they haven't been paying attention?
Mugabe equates himself to Hitler
Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 08:00 EST
HARARE — Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has stunned the nation by
equating himself to the German butcher of the Nazi era, Adolf Hitler,
and says he is going to ruthlessly clamp down on dissenting voices in
Hitler massacred over six million Jews and other minority groups whom he
perceived to be his opponents.
Addressing mourners at the burial of Swithun Mombeshora, the Minister of
Higher and Tertiary Education, at the National Heroes' Acre, Mugabe, who
sports a Hitlerite moustache, said: "I remember when in 1976 we met with
the British at the Geneva Conference and at that time the British and
their friends were focused on Mugabe and Nkomo.
"I was the Hitler of that time. I am still a Hitler of their time. If
Hitler fought for the justice of mankind, many nations would not have
fought against him.
"Hitler in Zimbabwe has one objective — sovereignty for his people,
recognition of their independence and their rights to freedom. If they
say I am Hitler, let me be Hitler ten-fold and that's what we stand for."
Mugabe made the remarks on the backdrop of unprecedented torture,
arrests and assaults allegedly by state security agents countrywide on
Last week, a man was beaten to death and several others, including
opposition Members of Parliament, were beaten up and/or arrested as
soldiers, the police and Central Intelligence Organization agents
cracked down on residents they suspected of participating in the two-day
(The Daily News)
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