Zanu-PF, MDC, MDC-T, Zapu and Mavambo, Do not miss this advice!
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These are the conditions on planet Earth. And so is politics in this spherical Planet!! - Visually straight measured short and actually curved, measured long.-
Developed countries link physics and politics and they have learnt to draw short straight lines in their politics thus why they are ahead of us economically. They have learnt lessons that we have not, but we have a chance to study how the World works and avoid trying to beat systems of this spherical Planet.
The length of my line is a correct measure of how long a politician can effectively remain at the helm of politics. Mugabe, Tsvangirai, Dabengwa, Ncube or Makoni.
Zanu PF has taught us lessons that are outside the reality of physics. They have taught us that you can draw a long line from Cape to Russia and back again to Cape and the line will remain straight. This is Zanu Science of ignorance that MDC. MDC-T, and Zapu have adopted. Reality on Earth is that a line that Zanu claims to be straight has a radius.
Kaunda found out late about long lines, Gaddafi died believing, Mombutu did not believe, Saddam had to be hanged to believe. Mobarak is in prison Nyerere left a poor dusty country and they all did not believe that the Earth is spherical and lines are only straight when short.
Presidents of our various parties should not take too long at the helm until their radii is noticed.
Make your lines short and leave people believing that yours was indeed a straight line. Straight ideas that benefit our Nation are done in five years and anything longer than that is like forcing people to believe that a circle is a straight line.
The ideas of Morgan Tsvangirai (1999) and his leadership were rich and of real benefit to the people of Zimbabwe for five years till 2005. After that, MDC split and Zimbabwe missed a vital opportunity.
The ideas of Robert Mugabe 1976 to 1981 were so wonderful for Zimbabwe because his line was straight and he was not drunk to believe a circle is a straight line. He even achieved independence on the licence of a straight line. After his natural five year licence of authenticity in1981, he created Gukurahundi, corruption, ESSAP, CIOs, Property seizures, Murambatsvina, collapse of National currency and Zimbabwe has become what you see today. He still wants to force Zimbabweans that his many circles are actually straight lines. He even uses gun power to force the nation to believe that his circles are straight lines. That is the reason why his Police and Army do not display a friendly face to general Zimbabweans, but an angry face. They are angry even before you start to talk to them. These are the results of forcing long lines as straight lines upon our Nation.
Welshman Ncube is the only genuinely educated of the three GNU Zimbabwean parties and I hope he understands better the effects of forcing long straight lines into our nation. I hope he will leave before 2017 to keep people believing his straight and genuine lines.
Learn to groom a successor and mentor them along the way while they lead your party to higher levels.
Dumiso Dabengwa started his journey in 2008 November when he withdrew from shambolic Zanu. I hope he understands the dangers of taking too long drawing straight lines.
Even in marriage it is known that love in a perfect marriage lasts for three years. During these years, the two lovers address each other as sweetheart, they kiss in public areas. The two lovers walk hand in hand and think about each other every minute. After three years, stability starts to set in and a stable marriage does not do public kissing. Love survives for many years because it involves two people. Where more than two are involved there can’t be consensus.
Dear Zimbabwean Politicians, for the good of Zimbabwe, please leave before your straight lines begin to bend. Learn to trust that someone new within your party can and will do better in leading your party.
Groom the young for future leadership and for the competitive benefit of Zimbabwe among the complex Nations of the ever changing contemporary World.
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Source: Rayton Dzimiri
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