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The British Conservative party is behind the suffering of Mthwakazi

18 Apr 2019 at 07:39hrs | Views
It may be surprising that the said to be architectures of Democracy are fully behind the suffering endured by Mthwakazi citizens, but that is the truth. The British Conservative Party has been behind the suffering of our people since the Colonial times and it seems not willing to back off. It is the British Conservative Party that was in power in 1893-4 when the combined army of Shonas and the Conservative party that dethroned Lobengula and destroyed uMthwakazi nation and country.

When the Mthwakazi Revolted against the British South African Company in 1896-7, the same Party together with their Zimbabwe friends helped crush us.Yet again after Mthwakazi fighters under the tutelage of Zipra defeated the Rhodesians, the Conservative Party helped its blue-eyed tyranny, Robert Mugabe and his evil ZANU-PF party to rig elections in 1980 in their counterparts favour.

The same Conservative Party funded Gukurahundi and provided Land Rover vehicles to the regime and also other logistical support including putting a curtain around the massacres to hide the atrocities to the world. Up to date, the British have never criticized Mugabe and Zimbabwe for butchering Mthwakazi.
As if it is not enough, we now witness the same Party helping clean up Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the genocide they committed in partnership, through the so-called Matabeleland Collective. As MLF, we challenge the British Prime Minister, Teresa May to come out clean over her party's hate and discriminatory policy of Mthwakazi and its evil connections with Zanu.

What a shame!

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Source - David Magagula
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