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Re: What are Caribbean Govts' Views on Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe is the new Haiti. Trinidad and Tobago just like the rest of the Caribbean are afraid of their masters (U.S.& England) just like a toddler is of his/ her mother. Therefore Zimbabwe will suffer.

I ask, who can say that Mugabe's attempt to right the wrongs of his country is wrong itself. If anyone of you or I occupied some land that didn't belong to you or I for generations even, would that mean that that land is mine or yours? Of coarse it does not.

The United States has no moral right to tell any country that they are wrong in how they want to govern its people. The United States and England have never made right of their moral and Human Rights Violations and yet have the audacity to utter foul when there is a small arguable infringement on people who had no place in occupying the land that they claimed was theirs.

Stop giving them the power to dictate your freedom. If you want to play cricket in Zimbabwe, then play it. The U.S. doesn’t even cover Cricket in its media and you’re letting them tell you where to play?

The Caribbean countries that depend on tourism will know how the U.S. really feels about them when Fidel Castro dies.

The Caribbean as a whole will finally lose its backbone and be poised for U.S. exploitation in the best interest of the U.S. and England.

Anyone interested in why Black Africa can't get it together needs to pay attention to this example. Economists claim that we live in a global market economy, but for any country that defies or any infidel of White supremacy it is a one way street. Haitians sent napoleon back smaller than when he came. Cuba showed the U.S. that they would not be exploited nor would they sell out. Vietnam wanted to be recognized as independent from France just like the U.S wanted to be recognized independent from England. Zimbabwe could have been like South Africa or some other field slaves (or puppets) trying to get into massas house, but instead they are trying to reclaim their identity and the rest of the world wants to cripple them. The comparison would be like if Kunta Kinte after being forced to carry the name Toby decided that he no longer will carry the burden of the denial associated with self right and entitlement to one day yell it out for all to hear that he is KUNTA KINTAY!

Don't starve him to the point that he becomes delirious and forgets that he is a man from a proud civilization with purpose, responsibilities and goals for he and his people, but rather encourage him to reset gather his bearings and move on and up.

There is no need in today’s world to force a country to have to face what Haiti, Vietnam, or Cuba had to face. The Diaspora in Africa needs to be removed completely. More African leaders should think along the lines of Robert Mugabe in order t salvage African pride and teach a new generation never again!

Africa and Africans have never been able to heal after being ravaged by European oppressors. Give them time and support. Once they commit some crime that extends beyond their boarders then offer discipline or aid. Africans have to work it out for themselves without bias interference from England and the U.S.

I say to the World to stop following the leadership of imperfect men to the point that your society suffers at their benefit. I'm speaking of the current administration in Washington and whoever allies themselves with him. The U.S. and England don't control the only path to economic salvation and social prosperity. Social prosperity comes from within your country if left untainted by U.S. and European rules for social conditioning. Establish your own global market economy free of the global bullies at least until they can play fair.

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