DEMONSTRATIONS 18 APRIL 2007
Following our success with the sit ins at the Zimbabwe Embassy, we continue to fight for a benevolent government in Zimbabwe .
This is the time; the enemy is at his weakest, let’s pile up relentless pressure until they leave Zimbabwe .
OUR MEETING POINT IS NORTH TERRACES TRAFALGAR SQUARE , LONDON AT 10 AM ON WEDNESDAY 18 APRIL 2007
Our schedule is tight, (from 10.00am to 2pm) and we sincerely request early arrival for full participation. This time our demonstration is centered at the Zimbabwe House, but with visits to the following Embassies, and to covey the following messages:
REQUEST IS MADE FOR PARTICIPANTS TO COIN MESSAGES MOST APPROPRIATE TO THE THEME OF EACH EBASSY VISIT AS BELOW:
1. ANGOLAN EMBASSY
This African state known for its dictatorial and bureaucratic rule, propensity for civil and regional wars, has now joined Robert Mugabe in a “blood alliance “by supplying 3000 criminal militias to murder the people of Zimbabwe .
2. SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY
We need to send a clear message to President Thabo Mbeki, that quiet diplomacy has not worked, and will never work in the case of Zimbabwe . His continued tolerance of a criminal state of Zimbabwe led by a gang of blood thirst criminals has been a shameful betrayal to the people of Zimbabwe . He should not continue to mislead the international community by purporting to be seen as mediating between the opposition and the Zanu (PF) led government in Zimbabwe . We need more action from South Africa .
3. EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA
They have been a shining example of democracy and tolerance in Africa of late. However, they have fallen short of unequivocal condemnation of Robert Mugabe. President Kufour’s recent remarks on Zimbabwe have been more of rhetoric than concrete rebuke of Robert Mugabe’s brutal crackdown on opposition members. We urge them to take a leading role as an African state that has gone through the same phase we are going through in Zimbabwe .
4. EMBASSY OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The Chinese government has come to the rescue of Robert Mugabe (economically), despite him and his government being increasingly isolated by the entire international community. This has seen Zimbabwe become a periphery of exploitation, usurpation of our wealth and a destination of absolute Chinese technology and a market for dumping their unwanted products thereby perpetuating the long forgotten dependency syndrome. The result is we have seen increased corruption in Zimbabwe through conversion of private enterprises into state owned industries inhibiting competition and depriving entrepreneurship efficiency.
WE URGE THEM TO STOP PROPPING UP ROBERT MUGABE AND START CONDEMNING HIS DESPOTIC ADMINISTRATION.
5. BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS
We urge them to articulate the Zimbabwe programme of action against Mugabe regime so that it’s brought to debate in the British parliament in support of the suffering masses of Zimbabwe . Ultimately we urge the British government to bring the Zimbabwe issue back on the world agenda through the United Nations.
WE DEMAND ACTION.
REMAIN SEIZED!!!!!!! NGACHITSVE!!!!!!!!
RWENDO RUNO HAZVIKONE! NDONGUVA YOCHO IYOYI!!!!
LONG LIVE PRESIDENT TSVANGIRAI
LONG LIVE OUR LEADERSHIP
LONG LIVE THE GALLANT PEOPLE OF ZIMBABWE
THAT WHICH COMES IN EASILY GOES AWAY EASILY
THAT WHICH COMES IN WITH SWEAT, GOES AWAY WITH SWEAT
OUR FREEDOM WILL COME WITH A LOT OF SWEAT, SO SHALL IT LONG LIVE. SO PLEASE COME ALL TO THIS DEMONSTRATION