You can go to hell, Mugabe tells ex-PM

via You can go to hell, Mugabe tells ex-PM 22/12/2013  NewZimbabwe

Mugabe put paid to any prospect of cooperation with ex-premier Morgan Tsvangirai Sunday, saying the opposition MDC-T leader and his party could “go to hell”.

Speaking in Bulawayo Sunday during the unveiling of the statue of the late vice president Joshua Nkomo who died in 1999, Mugabe appealed to disgruntled war veterans to return to Zanu PF.

“I am not talking about (Morgan) Tsvangirai and the MDC; those ones can go to hell. We say to those (war veterans) who are working with the enemy, can’t you realise the suffering that the people had to bear,” Mugabe said.

“The death and injuries visited upon them as they were in the struggle and you dare to work with the enemy against your own people? I am speaking about the stance of the opposition to be on this day running to Britain and America in order to stand against us.”

The Zanu PF leader insisted that he was not opposed to rival political parties.

“We don’t mind an opposition within the country. But an opposition that begs the enemy, the very country that oppressed us, that’s a bit too much. It’s treason; it’s treason of the worst kind,” he said.

Zanu PF accuses Tsvangirai of working with former colonial power, Britain to force regime change in Zimbabwe. The MDC-T leader denies the allegations.

Mugabe reached out to war veterans who left Zanu PF, urging them to re-join the party.

Former ZIPRA intelligence head Dumiso Dabengwa and disgruntled colleagues quit Zanu PF to revive PF Zapu ahead of the 2008 elections, apparently frustrated by Mugabe’s refusal to hand over power to a younger leader.

War veterans working with the opposition were disobeying Nkomo, Mugabe claimed.

“Yesterday he (Nkomo) was telling you to go to this area. So now that he is gone, you think as he is in the grave, he can now be disobeyed?

“So I am saying the war veterans, you fought one war against the enemy, whether you are Zipra or Zanla, come back and be where you belong, don’t get lost. Those (war veterans) are the ones who really make me cry because they were under us, under our command.

“They should never be disunited, they should be united, because the ideology that we based our struggle, whether we were friends with the Soviet Union or China it was the same. You settle your contradictions by sitting down and discussing.”

Dabengwa said he would consult with colleagues before responding to Mugabe’s appeal.

“I did not attend the event but some of us did and they will tell us what happened,” Dabengwa told the Bulawayo Chronicle.

“We cannot answer him (President) today. Remember, we did not leave Zanu PF as individuals but we left as a Zapu block. I therefore, cannot make that decision myself.”



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    Antonio Delgado 8 years ago

    See you Mugarbage that’s going to go to hell……

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    Peter tosh 8 years ago

    You Dabengwa and your colleagues are fools and we knew your move was just to keep zpf in power. What’s there to consult your colleagues about, just go back and be given a post, you idiot.Welshman too belongs there. We know that bomboclaat. This old man wants to use you to unleash violence against defenceless people. Kill us and you will find us waiting for you to answer all those charges and there will be no hiding from the father of creation. Tell him to return all zips properties and tell him to apologize for slaughtering thousands and thousands of civilians.

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    Be sober Mugabe.You are a fool to think that the real war veterans would hero worship you up to now.Only fake ones like Jabulani Sibanda recognise you.As a matter of fact its you going to hell, not the MDC, It has clean hands not yours dripping with blood.

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    simon 8 years ago

    here ! Here Tino i agree….except im beginning to think that both heaven and hell dont want him he is too bad for both worlds…hence we stuck with him.

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    The words of a demonically posessed lunatic!

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    Jogo Bonita 8 years ago

    Really! Between the two who is the right candidate for hell? Lets examine their dids.

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    Any medical doktor will tell you that madness is a symptom of syphillis. The more the old mbudzi rants rubbish and we hear the lunatic ravings of his half donkey half baboon bootlickers it is obvious these unrepentant criminals are on their last gasping breath. Deeply psychologically disturbed terrorists

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    Nyoni 8 years ago

    What next Robert? Tell all of us to go hell. We are there already so please shut up .

  • comment-avatar 8 years ago

    oh, really. Why should we believe all this? WHY? If only there could be evidence of sincerity. The corruption and absence of the rule of law has nothing to do with the West. It is a localised problem. This attribution to ‘other forces’ is untrue. Is our fate tied ti Britain which abandoned Ian Smith who presided over a very robust economy under more round and potentially debilitating sanctions. Now we have an economy that make Weimar Germany look like Xmas!! Kikikiiki. We wait to seee what happens next in the epic drama episodes of 2014! Good luck Zimbabwe. Pray hard!!

  • comment-avatar 8 years ago

    We need the opposition and a robust multi-party democracy. Do you expect Mugabe to campaign for Tsvangirai. If you thin that way think again!. If Tsvangirai’s name is constantly bein mentioned it shows that he is an effective leader. No mention of Welsh, Dabengwa, or Siwela…He is not afraid of those ‘small fish’. just a basic psychological conclusion! So Tsvangirai must remain there! Logical isn’t it!

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    The people are worse off now Mugabe. Life was better under Ian Smith. Yes we could not vote but whats the difference? Today you can vote if you are Zanu pf. The rest are shredded 140% voter turn out and you call that democracy? MDC ndizvo. Go to hell Mugabe. Mubwidi. Hickler. Twundebvu.

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    suziq 8 years ago

    I have said this b4 ian smith 5% unemployment 2% inflation…Mugabe 80% unemployment and in 2008 a trillion inflation in fact I am the richest zimabwean ever with 2 trillion that I bought on ebay for $6.00

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    The mugabe tyrant will rot here on earth..not in he’ll. he will die a extremely painful death