Friday, 18 September 2015

Wrong Speech | Snake charmers | IMF

It's another week ended, probably the last Friday before Shoko 2015 and you know what that means.

First, let us look at how Zimbabwe who for a long time have loudly expressed their disdain and mistrust for the International Monetary Fund.

The Bretton Woods institute has largely been seen as as extension of the armoury that western nations are using to achieve regime change.

Would the western nations gather that much of resources just to unsit Mugabe?

The IMF shocked us (meaning me and those blind ZANU loyals) when they revealed that our government (which promised to create 2million jobs) had agreed to fire a good percentage of civil servants.  Regime change huh?

Have you read?  The infamous State-of-the-nation address #SONA2015 was read again in parliament.  They say it was a mistake but I ask, If mistake have become so obvious at state house, how many more mistakes is government making that we are not aware of?

How many more mistakes are we willing to make before we finally say enough is enough?

On lighter (or spiritual) note, a snake charmer was arrested at a roadblock for carrying a snake in his laptop bag.  He was using public transport.  He is claiming his snake back.

Lets say its a pet.  How does he feed this snake?  And what else besides being a pet does this snake do for him?  We all know that dogs bark and protect their territory.  How does the snake protect its territory?

Questions asked, you find the answers.

By the way, F.E.A.R Corporation released unaudited results for third quarter of financial year 2015.

For the good of the Republic!

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Mujuru's BUILD | Booze, School & Religion

When a nation is depressed, it looks for distractions or things that
can divert focus and attention from prevailing problems.

Before 2008, people obsessed with politics. All believed that somehow
their salvation lay on Mugabe or Tsvangirai's lap. The GNU gave us a
ray of hope but after The Great Disappointment of 31st July people
began searching for alternatives.

Prophets, booze & schooling have become the new obsessions.

This is why Tsvangirai, Mugabe (and other clowns) plus the old
newcomer Joice Mujuru no longer get as much attention as was before.

Mujuru's BUILD which is to an extent at variance with ZimASSET but
largely a synonym of opposition manifestos confirms that the root
problems of Zimbabwean economy are the same (though ZANU PF - Mugabe
factions) is still in denial.

Are Zimbabweans ever going to read manifestos?
Will Zimbabweans ever bother queueing to vote?

Zimbabweans are now studying hard, tithing harder and partying hardest.

No room for politics!

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