REV M S HOVE'S OPEN LETTER TO PRES G W BUSH!!!

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DEMO>>>>ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY, PRETORIA>>> 21ST FEBRUARY, 2008.

PLEASE KINDLY NOTE THAT THE ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT WILL HOLD A DEMO AT THE ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY, PRETORIA ON THURSDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY, 2008 AT 10.00AM TO 12.00 NOON.
THE PROCESSION STARTS OPPOSITE THE UNION BUILDINGS AT 9.00AM.
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END OF AN ERA???

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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Itayi Garande Continues........ Peter Moyo chips in....



Itayi Garande <itayig@hotmail.com> wrote
 
I think many people who are now supporting Makoni are doing it in direct protest to either the MDC or Zanu PF. This is a very dangerous precedent. I think we are missing the bigger picture of judging politicians on their vision of a future Zimbabwe. To support Simba simply because he brings a 'breath of fresh air' is preposterous. To support him because he breaks the monotomy is dangerous. To support him simply because he is criticising Mugabe is irresponsible. Let's exercise extreme caution and judge Simba on the basis of his policies, which mind you all, we do not know yet. To argue that both Mutambara and Tsvangirai have not given us their manifestos so we should exonerate Simba from that obligation is not responsible. I am rather uneasy about Simba Makoni's undeclared Zanu PF supporters. If they do not have the guts to come out now, can we trust them to lead effectively?
 
Itayi Garande
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Peter.Moyo@etv.co.za

There is a lot of suppositions and speculation as to why people are supporting Simba Makoni. I think your suppositions and warnings should have rightly fit in 1999 when people started supporting MDC which at the time had no manifesto – did not know how to deal with land reform, the judiciary question, the economic question except that they were pretending to be what Zanu PF is not. Now we know what they are and what they can offer – still not sure about their land policy though except to criticize what Mugabe has done. Oh, yes, the Mutambara side has aticulated some of the policy questions we had.

On Simba Makoni, he just announced his candidature, tomorrow at 12 pm he is going to announce the programme of action – I don’t care what he offers – his entry into politics removes the stagnation we have witnessed for the past 8 years and its good for our politics. The fact that government is going all out, MDC also on the side seemingly threatened means we are going to have a good 29 March. It’s no longer going to be two hot heads who seem to be failing to agree on anything except hold us hostage to their politics – the other one refusing to leave power and the other crying that elections are rigged or busy boycotting anything or calling for sanctions on the motherland. Any Zimbabwean who is tired of the current politics has a chance to get out of his voter apathy and at least exercise his choice

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