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Mutsvangwa wanted a full scale war in Zimbabwe

by Mandla Ndlovu
08 Apr 2019 at 16:11hrs | Views
War Veterans leader Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa wanted to wage a full-scale war similar to the one in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a new book has revealed.

The book called Two Weeks in November which was written by Douglas Rodgers details how Mutsvangwa worked with CIO assassins, War Veterans and the army to set up a killing team founded on the resolution made in South Africa called the Northgate Declaration.

An excerpt from the book says one assassin called Kasper who ran the coup that toppled Robert Mugabe had experience in waging operations of that nature. He was working under the instruction of Mutsvangwa.

Here is a portion of the book below:

Kasper called these meetings "Shock Tactics" Gabriel (Shumba) later learned that Kasper had words and phrases for every phase of an operation he ran.

"Shock Tactics" were part of "The Move" and "The Move" being to get Gabriel and his former enemies talking and working together. That would lead to "The Final Push": the push to join forces to take out G40 and remove Mugabe. "The Final Push" at some point would become "Full Scale". Kasper had been Full Scale before. The Congo war was Full Scale. Working undercover destabilizing the MDC was Full Scale.

Full Scale meant an all-out war, life or death, no going back. 




Source - Byo24News

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