[Marxism] Stating obvious, SADC says Zimbabwe vote not will of people
Ruthless Critic of All that Exists
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Tue Jul 1 01:41:55 MDT 2008
On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 3:09 AM, <Jscotlive at aol.com> wrote:
> Yes, Mugabe
> has decided to remain in power regardless of the cost to the vast majority
> of the people of his country, and yes he has lost legitimacy as a result, but
> that in no way diminished the fact that this crisis has its roots in
> structural readjustment emanating from Washington DC through the agency of the IMF
> and World Bank.
But we can't do anything much right now about the IMF/WB/USA, while
with a concerted effort Mugabe could conceivably be ousted NOW and
someone even a little better could conceivably replace him. That would
save *some* Zimbabwean lives and alleviate *some* suffering.
Artesian's incredible suggestion that the UN shouldn't be permitted to
do anything in Zim just because the UN doesn't do anything about US or
Israeli crimes, seems to me to be a classic case of cutting off the
nose to spite the face. It also bespeaks a horrible disdain about the
value of Zimbabwean lives, and about the benefit of saving at least a
few of these needless deaths. No wonder third-word common people often
don't trust Western leftists.
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