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Mugabe to be buried in Zimbabwe next Sunday

Mugabe to be buried in Zimbabwe next Sunday

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe is expected to be buried next Sunday at National Heroes Acre, a hilltop shrine reserved for Zimbabweans who made huge sacrifices fighting against white-minority rule. An ex-guerrilla leader who became Zimbabwe’s first leader following independence in 1980, Mugabe died in Singapore on Friday.

Penny
Penny
Robert Talbot
Robert Talbot 1 year

Rot in piss, you bitter racist Marxist twat.

Test Steam
Test Steam 1 year

It doesn't matter who your leader is, dictator, king or democratic. Results are what matter and in that case he failed miserably, so saying white minority as if it's worse than what Zimbabweans got with Mugabe is rather misleading

James Villalobos
James Villalobos 1 year

Surprise surprise, geurilla leaders don't make good political leaders.

Neonzz_
Neonzz_ 1 year

His death Calls for a celebration!

porcus
porcus 1 year

There is nothing good to say about that evil man; he deserves no grace, no mercy, and no relief.

Dave
Dave 1 year

The grave was then turned into a public lavatory.

Bennington
Bennington 1 year

Personally I'd prefer to just roll him into a ditch and let the vultures get at it

Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

Make Rhodesia Great Again

Foofie Dumplings
Foofie Dumplings 1 year

"If President Barack Obama wants me to allow marriage for same-sex couples in my country (Zimbabwe), he must come here so that I marry him first." - Robert Mugabe Thanks Obama! I bet a strongman like President Trump would have married Marxist Mugabe!

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 1 year

I would feed his carcass to hungry dogs.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

They should burn him and scatter his ashes over a landfill. The man destroyed what could have been a beacon of cooperation and partnership to post colonial Africa. Instead he reinforced every fear the white minority held there by fueling the flight of talent, entrepreneurs and investment from the continent and prolonging South African apartheid for at least a decade. It’s a pity the current South African regime find themselves unable to learn from the buffoon.

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 1 year

Restore Rhodesia.

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