Saturday, December 13, 2008

Britain Uses Biological Agents to Commit Genocide in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's information minister, Sikhanyiso Ndlovu, told reporters the recent Cholera outbreak in his country was due to Britain's use of "a serious biological-chemical weapon; a genocidal onslaught on the people of Zimbabwe by the British [who are] still fighting to recolonize Zimbabwe." He pleaded for help from "all peace-loving nations."

Spokespeople for the opposing political faction in the region called Ndlovu's comments "politicking." Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), who may one day serve as (co-) Prime Minister, said, "either Mr Mugabe is mischievous or genuinely out of touch with reality."

The current president, Robert Mugabe, told reporters Friday the Cholera epidemic was under control, but experts disagree, noting new cases are still being reported. The unprecedented regional outbreak is due to sewage and water lines which have broken down and contaminated the water supply. Britain's foreign minister dismissed Mugabe's claims and blamed him for "death and destruction on a grand scale."

Mugabe's spokesperson said the president's claim that the outbreak was under control was sarcastic and Western news agencies had distorted his speech.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

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