Wednesday, June 04, 2008










Mugabe lashes out at food summit

"Mr Mugabe's presence at the summit has been roundly condemned by countries including Australia, Britain and the USA who accuse him of plunging millions of Zimbabweans into hunger."

We at NWN beg to differ, and believe the blame rests squarely with the world governments who
1, Set it up for Mugabe to be elected in the first place
2, Sat idly by while thousands of White farmers were slaughtered and made homeless


YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW
And, so it continues...
"Brown rejects angry calls to strip dictator Mugabe of honorary knighthood"

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The labour party along with the con party and the liberal left in Britain allowed financed and armed this tyrant/gorilla/terrorist to take over from Mr Ian Smith the elected prime minster of what was once Rhodesia,
A very prosper es country
who's white farmers produced enough food for every citizen and a surplus of dairy products and other commodities that were exported.
These farmers have virtually been either murdered or run out of the country and black Rhodesians allowed to occupy all the productive farm lands,who now do not even produce enough food for them selfs let alone the people,well as we all know the black African is certainly know farmer as we understand farming.
So the results are starvation on a vast scale that we the long suffering tax payer will one day have to pump Billons of ££££ INTO THIS COUNTRY.
A LABOUR PARTY MINISTER IS ALREADY POISED PEN IN HAND CHEQUE BOOK AT THE READY JUST WAITING FOR THE FIGURERS TO BE FILLED IN.

I would hope that the LAB/CON/LIB alliance hold their heads in shame for the destitution AND STARVATION that they have created for the Rhodesian people.
BUT WILL THEY ?
Keith axon

Anonymous said...

If it wasn't for white do gooders, Africans would have been extinct 50 years ago.

Anonymous said...

bloody white do gooders

Anonymous said...

What a shame ,-)

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