The administrative Secretary of the ruling ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe, Didymus Mutasa, has declared that the country would be better off with six million of its citizens dead. Now the government is distributing food only to Shona speakers, condemning the populations who voted for the MDC to death by starvation. Robert Mugabe’s ZANU-PF regime is a murderous, evil clique comparable only to the world’s worst tyrants, such as Pol Pot, Bokassa, Idi Amin and the CIA’s former protege, Suharto.
Mutasa declared to the press during the weekend that “We would be better off with only six million people, with our own (Shona) people who support the liberation struggle. We don’t want all these extra people”. By “extra people” Zimbabwe’s leading civil servant means the people who live in non-Shona-speaking areas, who in their majority supported the opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change.
Food aid is being distributed only to Shona speakers, those in charge of distribution being watched closely by ZANU-PF party officials. Due to the crop failures this year, those living in areas which are wholly dependent on food aid and who do not receive it, are dying. Robert Mugabe’s murderous regime is carrying out a policy of ethnic cleansing while the rest of the world concentrates on Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, where scores of children have died as a result of the embargo imposed by the international community, not through the actions of the country’s government.
Where are the humanitarian inspectors, where are the threats against Mugabe? There aren’t any.
Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru
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