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IS DIT DIE ENIGSTE REDE WAAROM SWARTMENSE VIR DIKTATORS STEM?

Kous oor die kopWaarskynlik nee. Maar dat dit ‘n bepaalde invloed het, kan nie betwis word nie. As daar vir ‘n swart kieser gesê word: “Ek weet vir wie jy stem want ek kan dit sien en ek sal jou huis brand!” Dan is die kanse dat hy sal stem vir wie hy aangesê is om te stem, baie goed.

In Zimbabwe is dit algemene kennis dat letterlik duisend kiesers al gesterf het en skynbaar weer gaan sterf indien hulle Mugabe nie wéér instem om te regeer totdat hy 99 jaar oud is.

In Zuma se geval werk die Klerk se oplossing vir hom die heel beste. In vraetyd in die parlement het hy rustig en op sy gemak, al laggend elke spreker wat hom probeer oorreed het om afstand te doen van sy “Presidentskap”, kous oor die kop getrek met die “majority” argument. “Ek weet wat julle probeer vermag met die geheime stemming wat julle probeer afdwing. Maar julle kan maar rustig wees en terugsit. Moenie worry nie! Julle pogings om van ‘n minority a majority te maak sal nie slaag nie. Die ANC het my aangestel en hulle het my nog nie gevra om te bedank nie! Ek is in beheer en ek regeer bekwaam! Wees dus rustig en speel jou rol as opposisie, dis jou werk. ‘N Meerderheid sal julle egter nie bekom nie, nie nou nie en ook nie in 2019 nie!”

Daarom het die HNP en nou nog net die AVP gesê dat die oplossing buite die bestel lê. Nie die VF Positief of die DA of hulle almal saam kan binne die bestel iets aan die Klerk se “onomkeerbare” politiekverknoeide beleid verander om vir die blanke iets te beteken nie. Daarvoor is ons nou op onsself aangewese.

In ‘n onderhoud met die liberale Dana Snyman op beeldradio, is dit duidelik dat die Klerk van die geldmag se denke ‘n onherstelbare knou gekry het. Ten spyte van harde getuienis van verval, volksmoord, ongekende korrupsie en rommelstatus, sal hy, as hy weer moes kies, al die groot veranderings wat hy teweeg gebring het, weer doen, sê hy! Onherroeplik gekoop, betaal en in die sak toegeknoop! Tot die dood toe?? Net die pasaangeër sê hy gee die pas goed aan! Waarheen wonder ‘n mens!

Politieke slagoffers in Zimbabwe'SUPPORT MUGABE OR DIE:’ ZIMBABWE PRESIDENT'S PARTY ‘USING DEATH THREATS’ TO MAKE SUPPORTERS ATTEND RALLIES Newsweek Europe Newsweek - ‎21‎ ‎June‎ ‎2017

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s party is reportedly using strong-arm tactics—including death threats—to force reluctant citizens to attend rallies for the 93-year-old leader ahead of elections in 2018.

A spokesman for the main opposition party in the Southern African country—which Mugabe, the world’s oldest non-royal head of state, has ruled since its independence in 1980—said that the ruling coalition, ZANU-PF, was forcing people to show support for the president.

Mugabe has faced unprecedented discontent in recent years as Zimbabwe struggles to deal with a flagging economy. Mass opposition rallies have called for the veteran leader to step down, while social media movements protesting against the economic conditions in the country have exploded in popularity.

“The people of Zimbabwe are still being intimidated and threatened with death or some other such grievous consequences if they refuse to attend these ZANU-PF rallies that are being addressed by Mugabe countrywide,” said Obert Gutu, a spokesperson for the Movement of Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai, a former Zimbabwean prime minister and Mugabe’s main political opponent, according to the African News Agency.

Gutu said that the “atmosphere of extreme fear and intimidation” would prevent Zimbabwe from holding free and fair elections in 2018. He called upon the African Union, a continent-wide organization aimed at promoting good governance in Africa, to intervene.

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Despite his old age and frail health—Mugabe regularly travels to Singapore for medical treatment—the Zimbabwean president recently embarked on a nationwide tour to drum up support. Mugabe’s party said that the president would focus on “youth issues” during the rallies.

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (L) arrives to address the crowd during a Zimbabwe ruling party Zimbabwe African National Union Ð Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) youth rally at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera, Zimbabwe, on June 2. Mugabe is running for reelection in 2018, when he will be 94 years old. JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty

Mugabe’s deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa, recently denied that any residents were being forced to attend Mugabe’s events. “It is not ZANU-PF policy to force people to attend ZANU-PF rallies. If anybody who has a relative who was forced, the courts are open for them to stay, ‘I was forced to go to a ZANU-PF rally,’” said Mnangagwa.

Several of Mugabe’s election victories in Zimbabwe have been marred by allegations of fraud and voter intimidation. In the 2008 election, Mugabe lost the first round of voting to Tsvangirai, but the opposition leader did not have a large enough majority to win outright. Ahead of the second round, ZANU-PF agents allegedly embarked upon a state-sponsored campaign of intimidation and violence. Some 200 people died during the crackdown, according to The New York Times.

Mugabe will be 94 in the election year of 2018 and, should he win another term in office, would stay in power until he is 99 years old, providing he survives the whole term. The president’s wife, Grace Mugabe—widely seen along with Mnangagwa as one of the main candidates to succeed her husband—recently stoked controversy by saying that Mugabe was so popular that he could run as a corpse in the election and still win votes.

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