Mugabe and Britain

Esteemed Gentlemen and gentlefolk,

It sounds incredible, but our diplomats and development officials are pushing a plan to prop up Mugabe. Britain has been promoting a refinancing package to ensure his debt-ridden government can pay off £1.4 billion of arrears owed to multilateral donors. This would aid its credit status and allow emergency loans from the International Monetary Fund, thus ensuring police beating up protesters and party loyalists who keep communities in check can carry on their dirty work.

from here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/09/how-can-britain-justify-propping-up-mugabe/

and this: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/07/mandelson-asked-to-explain-zimbabwe-visit-to-mps/

That scum sucking parasite, you know the one who arranged for a visa for his Brazilian boyfriend by haranguing his own the scum party Home Secretary for special status……. no less the guy who had two dodgy mortgages paid off and spent a lot of time on some Russian Mafia bosses yacht!

FFS, Mandelscum, given the ‘keys’ to using British diplomatic residences, resources and government protection its travel assistance and facilities and all to line his own effin pockets! WTF is going on? Who on God’s green earth sanctioned it? Was it DAVE?…..in the Tory bit of Westminster and in the FCO/DifD let this fucking leech even near the airport where the plane departed from?

I can’t keep this in, but the anger is too much for me to post, I think Mike might be interested – a tad, whaddaya think?

Kindest regards, always!
Hereward Unbowed.

2 comments for “Mugabe and Britain

  1. Mudplugger
    August 10, 2016 at 3:41 pm

    That old ‘colonial guilt’ fund just keeps on paying, a fact of which Mugabe and his criminal ilk are only too well aware. A bit like ‘Holocaust guilt’, only it pays better.

    Time to stop it all for 10 years to create a ‘fire-break’, then start again with a fresh spreadsheet and a whole new approach to providing real material support, but never in cash, and only for genuine and deserved need.

  2. Lord T
    August 11, 2016 at 10:31 am

    I’m all for it if we add one addendum that part of the funds are used to bump off Mugabe and replace him with someone new.

    I’m not naive enough to believe that the next person will be any different but he will at least take a while to come up to speed. Funny how we don’t push for regime change in places like this. We really are a bunch of hypocritical scum bags.

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