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Zimbabwe cannot last as a unitary state - MIOR

by Mthwakazi Institute of Research
05 Aug 2019 at 08:38hrs | Views
More evidence gathered by the Mthwakazi Institute of Research reveals further that the State or Country known in the world as Zimbabwe cannot last longer as a unitary entity. Tracing back from the days of the formation of ZANU and the reason why it was formed and some way before, pointers indicate clearly that indeed Zimbabwe will one day live to be ruins and judging from the relentless fight by Mthwakazi people to redeem their dignity in all spheres of life in the so called Zimbabwe, the 'prophesy by Shona people of it being ruins will live to be true.

The problems of the so called country can be traced as far back as to it's times in Colonization period. The country known as Zimbabwe today came as a result of combining the British Mashonaland Protectorate and the Kingdom of Matabeleland/ UMthwakwzi. The process began by the acquisition of Mashonaland without any resistance whatsoever, in 1890 and the conquest of UMthwakwzi in 1894 by a combined force of Mashonaland and the British-each contributing 652 soldiers. This was the foundation of hatred between Mashonaland citizens and those of UMthwakazi.
This hatred manifested seriously in the Police Force that was drawn from Mashonaland to police UMthwakazi. The issue of Shona Police administering UMthwakazi continues to date.

It must be noted that UMthwakazi never stopped fighting Colonialism while Mashonaland submitted to colonial dictates, were it not for Mukwati, a brave Shona warrior trained by King Lobengula after being taken as a boy during one of the raids. It must be noted as well that the raids were the order of the day and not particular to UMthwakazi and Mashonaland.

While the UMthwakazi citizens fought the legal battle with the British South African Company,
Mashonaland enjoyed conformity with the colonialists. The research found it that when the winds of change from colonialism swept across the African Continent and the Black people took pride in de-colonizing their countries as a collective, the Shona allowed themselves to be used once again by the colonizers. It has been uncovered  that ZANU was formed by the CIA and the British to disturb Nationalism movement, ZAPU. Its leadership lists was finalized some two years after the colonial press had published the formation of another "Nationalist" movement based on tribalism, while leaders of the Nationalist movement were alerted by the Egyptians that a split was eminent and one of the Western recruits was caught by Joseph Msika with the list still to be finalized.

As the reason behind its formation, the tribal 'nationalists' continued dividing the nation. During the struggle for Zimbabwe, numerous fights between Joshua Nkomo's guerrillas and those of the Western sponsored 'nationalist' (Robert Mugabe) erupted in Zambia until Kenneth Kaunda fired the tribal movement  out of his country. It was then housed in Mozambique  1975. Again efforts by UMthwakazi led Nationalists to fight the Colonial forces as a united front were crushed first in the ZIPA attempt, Mugagau and Morogoro joint camps where Zanlas ambushed the Zipra and uMkhonto weSizwe cadres, killing tens of them,  later in the bush, inside Rhodesia/ Zimbabwe and latest after Independence, at various Assembly points and camps around the country.

It is very very imperative to mention at this juncture the worst of all glare case which proves that Zimbabwe cannot last: During the armed struggle for "Zimbabwe", ZAPU had a joint venture and standing alliance and agreement with the ANC of South Africa that who ever attained Independence first would help the other. ZAPU got "Zimbabwe" Independence in 1980 and as set in the terms of their agreement, ZAPU had to take care of South Africa's UMkhonto We Sizwe. In the Lancaster House talks, the election days was set 18 April 1980 to give birth to a democratic Zimbabwe.  Reading between the lines that ZAPU would sweep the elections, the West manipulated the elections in favour of their puppet movement ZANU, all done in a dire effort to delay the then foreseeable independence of South Africa. To prove further that Zanu was never nationalist and anti colonialism, it flatly refused  to assist UMkhonto WeSizwe. PF ZAPU despite of not being into power and UMthwakazi nation took the noble duty to shelter, hide, feed and assist in all ways possible the advancement of the brothers in arms- the MK.

The true brotherhood portrayed by ZAPU and uMthwakazi presented ZANU with the opportunity to unleash terror on the true nationalists and its supporters to murder maim, rape, torture and do all the humanly un imaginable acts of brutality on UMthwakazi citizens. Mthwakazi paid a very huge price if more than 100 000 deaths for South Africa to be free.  Hundreds of UMkhonto weSizwe guerrilla forces were also killed in appeasement to the Western handlers.

In return, the West have worked extremely hard that such damaging information remains known to them only and never to the South Africans, who up to now do not have a clue as to what happened to some of the guerrillas who never made it back home but were last heard of in Zimbabwe on their way to South Africa to fight the Apartheid regime.

The research has further found that the underdevelopment of Mthwakazi by Zimbabwe has been an instruction from the West, simply because of the relentless fight Mthwakazi warriors put up on the colonisers in 1894 and 1979 where the passenger viscount plane was downed around Kariba and all people on board were killed. As a result, Zimbabwe was ordered never to develop UMthwakazi; never to educate UMthwakazi child, never to promote UMthwakazi in whatsoever means.
The effects of fiercely fighting the British are heavily felt by the Mthwakazi people in Zimbabwe, the Zulus and the Afrikaners in South Africa.

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Source - Mthwakazi Institute of Research