Robert Mugabe’s resignation letter as President of Zimbabwe is horribly hypocritical. He hasn’t been concerned with the welfare of ‘his’ people for decades. A cynic may think he’s more interested in keeping some of his loot whilst he and his wife go unpunished for their violation of human rights and divine right to greed.
Other monsters (his long-time accomplices and murderers of those not of their tribe and party), will now take over the country. Some will conveniently hail them as heroes.
If the USA beats China for for a slice of the capitalist pie, a comedy of democracy will ensue, giving foreign corporations and the World Bank the excuse to buy some of the country through ‘helping’ them. South Africa will join the show, pretending honourable support to ensure it’s own slice of the pie whilst keeping possible dirty partnerships with Mugabe and ZANU-PF secret – it’s assured that not only Mugabe has things to hide. Mugabe, as the definition of a Zimbabwe, existed for so long because of support from foreign politicians that’s unfathomable unless they were in cahoots raping our Africa.
There’s long fight ahead for real Zimbabweans who believe in human rights and that no tribe is better than another. The road to dignity is tough! Nevertheless, one foot ahead of the other is far better than none. Here’s Mugabe’s resignation letter:
“Notice of resignation as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe
In terms of the provisions of section 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe, amendment number 20, 2013.
Following my verbal communication with the Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda at 13:53 hours, 21st November, 2017 intimating my intention to resign as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, I Robert Gabriel Mugabe in terms of section 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe hereby formally tender my resignation as the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe with immediate effect.
My decision to resign is voluntary on my part and arises from my concern for the welfare of the people of Zimbabwe and my desire to ensure a smooth, peaceful and non-violent transfer of power that underpins national security, peace and stability.
Kindly give public notice of my resignation as soon as possible as required by section 96 (1) of the constitution of Zimbabwe.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.”
Shame on any who speak respectfully of Robert Mugabe! It’s a crime to rob future generations of a lesson from their history. Truth is when we say it like it is. Anything else, including omission, will make liars of ourselves.
Bye bye, arsehole. Please don’t come to South Africa.