[A-List] U.S. trying to overthrow Mugabe
mstainsby at resist.ca
Sun Apr 8 13:48:58 MDT 2007
Patrick, your reputation among many comrades not withstanding, someone
who openly consorts with people working to overthrow a third world
government whose initial roots were in an anti-imperialist struggle,
whose policies are the same as standard pro-imperialist movements
throughout the world to impoverish/give land to Eurpoean
settlers/destroy the environment and reduce the soverignty of southern
Africa to a quaint notion-- doing all that in the name of "Human Rights"
and "democracy" leaves you no place to call me "Naïve", any more than
the twits who said so from Belgrade a few years back, people who
denounce Cuba, and so on can do so. Ho many "revolutions" against
"tyrants" that reduce countries to starvation and their "proper place"
in a world dominated by imperialism will you need to see?
Further, if you want to post your rebuttals to other lists, may I remind
you that I am not your secretary.
You show me an anti-imperialist, non-imperial funded, pro-land reform,
and moreover pro-African opposition to Zanu-PF and I'll be glad to see
it. Until then, those who consort with imperialist attempts to subjugate
whole nations who get "uppity" will remain the truly naïve, when they
are the ones, like the "Anti-Milosevic and anti-Nato" forces who were
"talking left, acting right". Otpor, before it was completely hi-jacked
by the subverters of Yugoslavia through the NED and George Soros, was a
loosely anarchist federation. Good intentions are not guarantors of good
Talk left, act right.
Patrick Bond wrote:
> Macdonald Stainsby wrote:
>> U.S. trying to overthrow Mugabe
>> Sat, 07 Apr 2007 10:03:56
>> The U.S. has admitted for the first time that it is working to
>> undermine the President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe.
> Macdonald, dear comrade, why are you so naive? This stuff has been
> happening since 1980, and publicly since at least 2002.
> US admits plan to bring down Mugabe
> Chris McGreal in Johannesburg
> Thursday August 22, 2002
> The Guardian
> The United States government has said it wants to see President Robert
> Mugabe removed from power and that it is working with the Zimbabwean
> opposition to bring about a change of administration... Mr Kansteiner
> said the US was working with trade unions, pro-democracy groups and
> human rights organisations to bring about change...
> Hey Macdonald, I bet you're not sending my embarrassing rebuttals over
> to your other rad lists, are you. Hey shamwari, do stay off this turf
> unless you've done a google or two, or next time be accused of worse...
In the contradiction lies the hope
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