Pseudo activists left in the cold
EDITOR — In a case of opponents turning against each other, the American Embassy after noticing that Evan Mawarire and Patson Dzamara are nothing but noisy masquerades, has turned against them.
While the duo is busy attempting to paint Zimbabwe as burning, the American Ambassador was showering praises on Zimbabwe describing it as a safe haven for thousands of refugees. How is that for irony?
Ambassador Harry K Thomas and his counterparts must have realised that they were sold a dummy by regime change clowns who just wanted a gateway to go to America.
Now the West has seen that the idea of violent protests has failed to bear fruit in their attempts to unseat a constitutionally elected government and has resorted to using puppet African leaders to try and spew anti-Zimbabwe rhetoric.
Ian Khama has become the latest recruit used by the third force and divisive elements to try and give inaccurate insight on Zimbabwe.
What does he know? He is a political novice who is jealous of the influence that President Mugabe has on the continent and beyond.
His attempts to act as if he has a better mind than Zimbabweans should be condemned, it is undiplomatic to throw a salvo at a sitting President.
The way he tries to meddle in other people’s affairs shows traces of British DNA in his blood. The message has to be clear to him that we are a sovereign nation, he can take his warped counsel elsewhere.
Now is the time for Zimbabwean citizens to remain vigilant against impatient power hungry characters who want to derail the country in its development effort.
We have to ask ourselves why Western countries are so interested in what happens in our country. Why can’t they take their concerns and courtesy to Oklahoma where people are protesting against the system.
Like the President said recently, they do not like the fact that we have resources they cannot control.
We have to be vigilant against foreign influences, for our children and coming generations. Hebert Jembere