The difference between Robert Mugabe, Muammar Ghaddafi and Nelson Mandela
Posted by Afam Nnaji | one year ago | 765 times
Robert Mugabe - Loved his people, fought for his people, took practical steps to right the wrongs in his country.
The West - Responded by destroying the economy of Zimbabwe using financial institutions like the World Bank and IMF while sponsoring opposition politicians.
Maummar Ghaddafi - Loved his people, fought for his people, took practical steps to ensure that Libyans enjoyed the highest standard of living in Africa and fought for the unity of Africa apart from using Libya's money to spearhead Africa owned communication satellites for Africa.
The West - Responded by killing Ghaddafi, destroying Libya using a fake intervention that GEJ, Zuma and one other African leader signed and today Libya remains a country that is run by war lords that engage in open market slave trade with black Africans as commodities.
Nelson Mandela - Spent 27 years in prison, was released and he forgave his jailers without doing anything to right the wrongs with over 85% of South African wealth still in the hands of the Europeans (less than 9% of the population of South Africa) that invaded the country and put in place an apartheid regime. He refused to forgive his wife that stood by him but he effortlessly forgave his jailers.
The West - The US removed his name and that of the ANC from the terror list just before his birthday so they could join in the show, he was awarded a joint Nobel Peace price and was rewarded with the presidency.
Pay attention whenever the West talk about African leaders because a pattern exists - they praise those African leaders that do nothing for their people but protest the interests of the powerful nations but demonize African leaders that fight for their people and insist on fairness and justice for all.
Remember names like Patrice Lumumba, Thomas Sankara, Kwame Nkruma etc?
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