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Zimbabwe’s oath ceremony

The title should be ‘how Africa’s caricature Hitler parodies democracy! The swearing-in of Zimbabwe’s new power-sharing cabinet has been marred by the arrest of one minister and a dispute over several others.

Roy Bennett, the MDC’s choice to become deputy agriculture minister, was reportedly seized near a Harare airport just before the ceremony. Several extra Zanu-PF ministers of state then turned up to be sworn in.

Zimbabwe’s dictator and known racist, Robert Mugabe works hard his way to The Hague International Court and his case for crimes against humanity with more parodies, unfortunately that’s the only truth about Zimbabwe! What remains to be seen is when he and his murderous squads will be arrested.

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The Ovi magazine, today!

When Tsvangirai was hired as an alibi by Thanos Kalamidas
I suppose many were waiting for the celebrations following the hiring of Morgan Tsvangirai as the new prime minister of Zimbabwe…

Harry Potter & Six Pack Joe by Alexander Mikhaylov
Here’s a free (unabridged) version of the Harry Potter movie (Philosopher’s Stone), as described by ‘Six Pack Joe’ to his neighbour.

“Those Eyes” by Hunter Dasten
“Even when poetry has a meaning, as it usually has, it may be inadvisable to draw it out…. Perfect understanding will sometimes almost extinguish pleasure.” – A.E. Housman

The Latest on the Nexus between Science and Religion
by Emanuel L. Paparella
During the Middle Ages, philosophers and theologians argued over the extra-mental reality of universal forms or essences.

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Zimbabwe inflation rockets to 11,250,000%

The rate of inflation in Zimbabwe jumped to just over 11,250,000% in June, official figures show. “It gained 9,035,045.5 percentage points from the May rate of 2,233,713.4%,” said state media quoting the Central Statistical Office (CSO). However, experts believe the actual rate of inflation may be much higher.

Zimbabwe is in the midst of a dire economic crisis with unemployment at almost 80%, most manufacturing at a halt and basic foods in short supply.

High money supplies have also been fuelling hyperinflation. Critics have accused Africa’s caricature dictator Robert Mugabe’s government of printing money to finance his election campaign and prop up the economy. Month-on-month inflation in the country accelerated to 839.3% from 433.4%.

Mugabe must go soon, today …yesterday!

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Mugabe’s …democracy

“One of them grabbed my arm and flung me to the ground… They dragged me by my hair to where my husband was lying and they trussed us up with ropes lying on the gravel.”

That’s how Mugabe’s supporters understand democracy!!!

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Go hang

A spokesman for Zimbabwean dictator and caricature Hitler, Robert Mugabe has rejected Western criticism of the country’s disputed presidential run-off election.

At an African Union summit in Egypt, George Charamba said the West had no basis to speak about the situation – and can “go hang a thousand times”.

Zanu-PF’s Robert Mugabe said he had won the vote, boycotted by the opposition.

Little prick, you are lucky I’m totally against the capital punishment otherwise I would like to explain to you who should go and …hang and why!!!

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Robert Mugabe subdued in victory

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Ovi today

The Politics of Philosophy within Neo-Conservatism in the US by Emanuel L. Paparella
To understand the mind-set of neo-conservatism in America, one needs to examine the origins of the classical, rationalistic, esoteric philosophy of the school of Leo Strauss at Chicago University.

Mugabe: Africa’s serial killer by Thanos Kalamidas
Supporters of Robert Mugabe show their power by beating people in cities and villages of Zimbabwe, people who didn’t go to vote or people who showed their support to the opposition, even people who were quiet in the name of their family’s peace.

L’avenir de l’Union européenne ne s’inscrit plus dans les traités by Newropeans-Magazine
Le Non des irlandais n’en finit pas de faire pleurer les chaumières oui-ouistes européennes.

“desert sands” by Bohdan Yuri
“I would as soon write free verse as play tennis with the net down.” – Robert Frost

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