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This guy has wrecked the livelyhoods of everyone in Zimbabwe (both back and white) except his own.Not to mention the barbaric acts

Yet world leaders sit back and do nothing.

We can have as many th hook hand types as you like over here bluffing their way in, but Zimbabwe (that must now be worse than saying Rhodesia) people with real issues are told to go home by Blair. This is because he has checked with Uncle George, who has said "not on the agenda Tone..........no god damm oil"

Ok forget what we arwe not doing or even the rest of the west for that matter, but what is really frustrating is that even SA wont condem him. Is this all about "oh sh&t, we can't admit that black majority rule has gone t&ts up" Under the whites at least they all had jobs, roofs over their heads, and were not starving. I am not for one minute saying that aparthied etc is right, but Zimbabwe is now f*ck&D for everyone except Mugababe and nobody is doing anything about it.He must be guilty of many human rights crimes, and should be captured and punished!

I challenge Geldof to call Mugabe a barbaric bast&rd live on stage at Live8. Where are the mass lefty demos in London about this, they won't arrange them caus ethey are embarrassed about the outcome of the end to white rule.

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the obvious reason why america or the uk wont do anything is because there is no oil.

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what about the UN surely they must do something

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Its the anti-war people which has probably put us off going to war with Mugabe.

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The situation in Rhodesia is a farce, and as Boroman quite rightly pointed out a lot of people are conveniently ignoring the situation because they can’t bring themselves to admit that it was a better run country under white leader Ian Smith than it is under the black, Robert Mugabe.

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Its the anti-war people which has probably put us off going to war with Mugabe.


Or maybe it's the British companies that still have ties with Zimbabwe?

Anything else you'd care to blame the 'anti-war people' for?

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Jack Straw seems to like him though! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bisou.gif" alt="" />

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what about the UN surely they must do something

Without research tell me when the UN were last effective

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Relatively effective in brokering various peace deals in former Yugoslavia.

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I think it is absolutely criminal that we are sending back their asylum seekers, probably to a certain death.

Fine for the European 'Refugees' to pour into this Country, coz we don't want to 'upset our neighbours, TOO MUCH !'

I'd sooner live next door to someone from Zimbabwe, than some of those scrounging b@stards from central Europe.

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I think it is absolutely criminal that we are sending back their asylum seekers, probably to a certain death.

Fine for the European 'Refugees' to pour into this Country, coz we don't want to 'upset our neighbours, TOO MUCH !'

I'd sooner live next door to someone from
Zimbabwe, than some of those scrounging b@stards from central Europe.


well said bjr.agree with every world you say.

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I'd sooner live next door to someone from Zimbabwe, than some of those scrounging b@stards from central Europe.

In that case have you ever thought about to Harare? If you like Zimbabweans that much you'd love it out there!

Send em back I say – f*ck em all! This country wants to start thinking about stopping immigration and starting repatriation and now seems like an ideal chance to start.

You soppy lot wanna wake up and face facts. If they were genuinely in need of refuge then they’d settle in the first safe country they arrived in - as opposed to travelling half way across the world to overcrowded soft-touch Britain.

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Longshanks said:Send em back I say – f*ck em all!


Your compassion really shines through in your posts. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

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Good. There are hundreds of other ‘safe’ places for them to go if they’re genuinely in need of refuge. The fact that these people pass through dozens of other officially safe place before coming here proves to me that they are here to milk the system.

You know my thoughts let's leave it at that, the rest of you might have voted Labour so no doubt you’re chuffed at the prospects of an immigrant for a neighbour, but not me.

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chuffed at the prospects of an immigrant for a neighbour, but not me.


I don't know why you're so het up about it, Shanksy... don't you live in some kind of Anglo-Saxon oasis where blacks, chavs, gays and liberals are something you read about in books...?

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don't forget the Irish

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Lol, I don’t know about that. I must admit I haven’t seen any dark faces in my village (except the taxi driver who dropped me off home last Saturday night - £17 from Gravesend!) or thankfully any chavvy teenagers, but there might be the odd gay or liberal in hiding.

Where I used to live in Gravesend (near Lion Garage)there was all-sorts though.




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