A Cry from Zimbabwe by Steven Tennett
On behalf of the Zimbabweans who desire to live as human beings, free from the shackles of Mugabe’s tyranny, I have a favor to ask of you, America.
“Race Cleansing” in Zimbabwe: UN Sees No Evil by Tom DeWeese
The world condemned White Apartheid in South Africa. International boycotts were organized against South African gold, products and stocks. But Robert Mugabe is black and the world is silent. Where is the United Nations? Where is the indictment of Mugabe before the new International Criminal Court? Where are the peace keeping missions? Where is the outcry for economic sanctions. Where are the boycotts?
Black Leaders Silent Over Mugabe’s Destruction of Zimbabwe by Walter Williams
Where are the Black Congressional Caucus, NAACP and other civil rights organizations? There’s a deafening silence, the same silence when Africa’s black tyrants elsewhere on the continent commit brutalities making those committed by former colonial masters pale in comparison.
How Mugabe is Destroying The Zimbabwean Economy by Ralph R. Reiland
With three-fourths of Zimbabwe’s labor force already jobless prior to Mugabe’s decree, the government’s prescription for bringing down inflation only worsened the nation’s poverty crisis.
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe: Another Left-Wing Icon Turns Murderous by Paul Craig Roberts
You can bet your bottom dollar that the British will not seize Mugabe and attempt to put him on trial the way they did Augusto Pinochet of Chile. Like Castro, Mugabe is protected by his icon status among left-leaning American and European intelligentsia.