Timely as­sur­ance by the Zim­babwe De­fence Forces

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ED­I­TOR — We ap­pre­ci­ate the mes­sage from our pa­tri­otic De­fence Forces. A lot of naive el­e­ments hell bent on regime change have been fool­ishly hal­lu­ci­nat­ing that the Gov­ern­ment is now weak just be­cause ac­tivists have been jump­ing and po­lit­i­cally vom­it­ing around.

Those dream­ing of a change of gov­ern­ment should wait for 2018, to try their luck, in­stead of think­ing they can dream and reap the re­wards of their dreams the next morn­ing against a le­git­i­mately elected Gov­ern­ment.

The Con­sti­tu­tion does not al­low peo­ple to be violent against the po­lice. In­creas­ing vi­o­lence will mean sol­diers will be on prone po­si­tion ready to deal with law­less­ness ac­cord­ingly and con­sti­tu­tion­ally. Only those who fear los­ing in 2018 will fool­ishly try us­ing vi­o­lence.

Un­for­tu­nately they can­not suc­ceed in their regime change en­deav­ours. Its amiss for op­po­si­tion par­ties who are known to sup­port sanc­tions that have caused our eco­nomic prob­lems, to sup­port violent de­mon­stra­tion against our Gov­ern­ment.

Jobless peo­ple should daily demon­strate at Har­vest House against MDC-T lead­ers who sup­port sanc­tions. Cde Mzvina­vanhu.

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