Tuesday, 5th March 2013
ROBERT MUGABE DECLARES HIS IS LONELY – In what appears to be an effort to garner global sympathy the Zimbabwean leader, Robert Mugabe, has declared that it is difficult running a nation and now that most of his contemporaries have died, he feels that running his cabinet is a the loneliest job in the world as he is now surrounded by people in cabinet that he barely knows or can relate too.
Boo Hoo, appears to be the overall consensus while others are more openly critical, inciting that if he didn’t murder those around him, maybe he wouldn’t be so alone.
The interview, and what appears like heartfelt honesty, was broadcasted by the state controlled Broadcasting Corporation, in honour to make Mugabe’s 89th birthday.
Mugabe has furiously held on to the reins of power since Zimbabwe gained independence from Britain in 1980 and since that time Mugabe has been accused of blatant Human Rights Violations, Vote Rigging and even murder.
From the interview it appeared as Mugabe was completely out of touch with the real issues Zimbabwe is facing, however this has long been suspected to be the case. With continued health issues and advancing years even Mugabe won’t be able to elude deaths hand and there are many who feel that once Mugabe is laid to rest maybe Zimbabwe can finally move on to a more open and democratic system that could produce peace and prosperity for its impoverished people.
It seems strange, and maybe this is just pure coincidence, but this move for sympathy was once used to produce a puppet movie, of the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, who in the movie sings about his feels of segregation and loneliness.
Just to lighten your day I have included this video above and I sure most of us would show Mugabe about as much sympathy as we did for Kim Jong-il.