Mugabeism: principles for preservation

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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe represents a substance-endowed bonafide movement with concrete and original principles to uphold the ideology of self-determination, self-respect and self-preservation. It is the definitive struggles that have historically and repeatedly continue to afflict the African continent and its indigenous people that epitomises the Mugabe cause.
The principles and ideas of Mugabe define a permanent struggle to realistically disconnect the people of Africa from twisted neo-colonial structures which continually seek to eternally forsake and consign Africans to a lifetime of braise and beggary. The ideas that Africa must define its own destiny, the idea that the black Africans are no lesser beings and African countries are sovereign nations who have a fundamental right to self-determination embodies the Mugabe vision.

“We of Africa protest that, in this day and age, we should continue to be treated as lesser human beings than other races”. An insightful leader whose ultimate purpose is a foundational fidelity to unconditionally unhitch the people of Zimbabwe and Africa from the historical homicide inflicted upon them by a brazenly neocolonial inception; an establishment that remains clandestinely intact and reinvents itself in continuously cunning and counterfeit conformations. Of the open-zips, the shut minds, the high seas and the mediocrity.
“We have fought for our land, we have fought for our sovereignty, small as we are we have won our independence and we are prepared to shed our blood” … “So Blair, keep your England and let me keep my Zimbabwe”. It is no longer just about Mugabe the man, but the boundless beefy ideas, the prodigious principles and profoundly dense values. It is that infinite potency, the definitive detail, unique blue-print and permanent patch of the African fighting fabric. A man so loved on the continent yet much loathed offshore by a neocolonial formation; it is that conscientious conviction to the African cause that inspires the deep-rooted contempt from the very same covert and overtly biased establishment. The diabolical and devilish denigration of Mugabe the man is just a vicious veneer to extinguish the inevitable spread of the Mugabe ideological flame that is popularly proliferating across the continent. It is the familiar disconnected ramblings of the permanently purblind Africans who cynically clutch to the misplaced and misguided hope of a Mugabe finale that should distinguish the man from the idea. The Mugabe idea has no epilogue, it has no bounds and it is here indefinitely to nurture and enhance the lives of citizens who have endured eternal austerity and deprivation. It is an eternal verity as real as life itself.
“Was it not enough punishment and suffering in history that we were uprooted and made helpless slaves not only in new colonial outposts but also domestically?” Mugabe principles and values are a precept of teachings, life lessons, life struggles, a determination to continually empower and endow the lives of Africans who have sustained abiding privation and colonially and racially-inflicted forfeiture and destitution. It is a lifelong struggle to arm and empower the minds and spirits of Africans to defend Africa and African ideals.
The land is ours. It’s not European and we have taken it, we have given it to the rightful people… Those of white extraction who happen to be in the country and are farming are welcome to do so, but they must do so on the basis of equality’. It is a lifetime devotion to address the despicable inequalities and dishonorable deeds from a callous colonial configuration. The Mugabe ideas expound the non-negotiable notion of ownership and total economic independence to rectify a deliberate disparity. It teaches the key principles of equity, fairness and respect. The long term vision of lasting prosperity and real ownership is the intended outcome but is currently characterised by obscurity and manipulation from the crafty chicanery of an unrelenting external saboteur and an impressionable internal handheld opposition which naively stand in the way of progress.
‘Don’t drink at all, don’t smoke, you must exercise and eat vegetables and fruit’. A morally upright ideology defined by an emotionally intelligent and perceptive visionary leader, counselor and teacher. It is a social construct and system which transcends Mugabe the physical man, it goes above and beyond panAfricanism as it has notably redressed and restructured the historically racially-contrived bias and imbalance in Zimbabwe and to be cascaded continent-wide.  An ideology cannot be enforced it is born out of a quest for unifying verities for ideological accretion. These are principles worth preserving.

Bernard Bwoni can be contacted at bernardbwn@aol.comAdvertisement