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Postby miltiades » Wed Jun 25, 2008 9:56 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...hacking at your opposition's wife with knives is not a form of behaviour which inspires any confidence in me.

Mugabe is a revolutionary leader, and it has always nagged me how nkomo(sorry i dont remember the spelling) lost at Zimbawe's advent, the very first election. Mugabe was the "Western" choice of two "evils" at the time, how things have changed (once again).

As a young student way back in the 60s I took part in demonstrations outside the Rhodesian Embassy against Smith and in support of this tyrant Mugabe.
I can call my self a few names now with hindsight and a little mature wisdom. What a fucking idiot I was !
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Postby Eliko » Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:56 pm

miltiades wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...hacking at your opposition's wife with knives is not a form of behaviour which inspires any confidence in me.

Mugabe is a revolutionary leader, and it has always nagged me how nkomo(sorry i dont remember the spelling) lost at Zimbawe's advent, the very first election. Mugabe was the "Western" choice of two "evils" at the time, how things have changed (once again).

As a young student way back in the 60s I took part in demonstrations outside the Rhodesian Embassy against Smith and in support of this tyrant Mugabe.
I can call my self a few names now with hindsight and a little mature wisdom. What a fucking idiot I was !



But those were the days when Robert Mugabe was in favour of your 'Mentors' and Ian Smith was not.

YOU have not changed miltiades, YOU are precisely the same person you have described yourself as being in your youth.

Nowadays, whatever those 'Mentors' may do (and apparently it matters little about how murderous their actions may be ) YOU will support them.

WE know all that, WHY keep mentioning it ?, if I were in YOUR shoes, I would be ashamed of myself.

In my humble opinion. :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Wed Jun 25, 2008 11:06 pm

Eliko wrote:
miltiades wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...hacking at your opposition's wife with knives is not a form of behaviour which inspires any confidence in me.

Mugabe is a revolutionary leader, and it has always nagged me how nkomo(sorry i dont remember the spelling) lost at Zimbawe's advent, the very first election. Mugabe was the "Western" choice of two "evils" at the time, how things have changed (once again).

As a young student way back in the 60s I took part in demonstrations outside the Rhodesian Embassy against Smith and in support of this tyrant Mugabe.
I can call my self a few names now with hindsight and a little mature wisdom. What a fucking idiot I was !



But those were the days when Robert Mugabe was in favour of your 'Mentors' and Ian Smith was not.

YOU have not changed miltiades, YOU are precisely the same person you have described yourself as being in your youth.

Nowadays, whatever those 'Mentors' may do (and apparently it matters little about how murderous their actions may be ) YOU will support them.

WE know all that, WHY keep mentioning it ?, if I were in YOUR shoes, I would be ashamed of myself.

In my humble opinion. :wink:

Eliko , you are a nice guy but a a lost soul !!
Sleep well !!
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Postby Eliko » Wed Jun 25, 2008 11:31 pm

Goodnight miltiades, God Bless you and your family. :wink: :angel:
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Postby observer » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:19 am

On the whole, I would rather believe Nelson Mandella has it right than Eliko"
Nelson Mandela finally spoke out against tyrant Robert Mugabe last night - slamming his "tragic failure of leadership".

The former South African president has long stayed silent about the chaos in the neighbouring state of Zimbabwe.

But he made the remark in a speech to a private dinner during a week-long visit to London marking his 90th birthday.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/topstories ... -20621462/
and many other news sites.
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Postby Eliko » Sun Jun 29, 2008 1:48 pm

observer wrote:On the whole, I would rather believe Nelson Mandella has it right than Eliko"
Nelson Mandela finally spoke out against tyrant Robert Mugabe last night - slamming his "tragic failure of leadership".

The former South African president has long stayed silent about the chaos in the neighbouring state of Zimbabwe.

But he made the remark in a speech to a private dinner during a week-long visit to London marking his 90th birthday.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/topstories ... -20621462/
and many other news sites.




In the same week that Robert Mugabe was stripped of his 'Honorary' title (bestowed on him by the British Government) at the behest of Gordon Brown (who probably feels a little disgruntled by Robert Mugabe's personal remarks about him).

George Bush declares his intention to remove the names of Nelson Mandela and others of the ANC party (hitherto regarded as 'Terrorists' belonging to a 'Terrorist Organization') from the 'Terror List' which is held by U.S. security departments.

This listing will be purged of Mandela's involvement in time for the 'Great Man's' 90th birthday.

One wonders if such an oversight (which could have been quite embarrassing if raised during the 'Chinking of Glasses' ceremonies) will escape the notice of those who so vigorously opposed the ANC in the days when it mattered.

Ah Well, the politicians have another 'Terrorist' to target now, an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.

Robert Mugabe may be a tyrant (I am not in a position to judge) BUT, I cannot see how increasing pressure on an already impoverished nation, can be regarded as 'Helping' those in dire need.

Perhaps one of our more learn'ed members can shed some light on the situation. :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 29, 2008 6:13 pm

ELIKO WROTE:
""""Ah Well, the politicians have another 'Terrorist' to target now, an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.

Robert Mugabe may be a tyrant (I am not in a position to judge) BUT, I cannot see how increasing pressure on an already impoverished nation, can be regarded as 'Helping' those in dire need.

Perhaps one of our more learn'ed members can shed some light on the situation. ""


In you humble opinion , Robert Mugabe MAY BE a tyrant !!!!
What a waste !!
What a Plonker !!
What a farcical assumption , im my humble opinion you are talking from the back of your arse !!
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Postby Eliko » Sun Jun 29, 2008 7:25 pm

miltiades wrote:ELIKO WROTE:
""""Ah Well, the politicians have another 'Terrorist' to target now, an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.

Robert Mugabe may be a tyrant (I am not in a position to judge) BUT, I cannot see how increasing pressure on an already impoverished nation, can be regarded as 'Helping' those in dire need.

Perhaps one of our more learn'ed members can shed some light on the situation. ""


In you humble opinion , Robert Mugabe MAY BE a tyrant !!!!
What a waste !!
What a Plonker !!
What a farcical assumption , im my humble opinion you are talking from the back of your arse !!




:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: I take it miltiades that YOU consider yourself to be the 'Learn'ed' member I was referring to ?. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: 10/10 for effort !. :wink:
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Postby Eliko » Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:27 pm

Eliko wrote:


In the same week that Robert Mugabe was stripped of his 'Honorary' title (bestowed on him by the British Government) at the behest of Gordon Brown (who probably feels a little disgruntled by Robert Mugabe's personal remarks about him).

George Bush declares his intention to remove the names of Nelson Mandela and others of the ANC party (hitherto regarded as 'Terrorists' belonging to a 'Terrorist Organization') from the 'Terror List' which is held by U.S. security departments.

This listing will be purged of Mandela's involvement in time for the 'Great Man's' 90th birthday.

One wonders if such an oversight (which could have been quite embarrassing if raised during the 'Chinking of Glasses' ceremonies) will escape the notice of those who so vigorously opposed the ANC in the days when it mattered.

Ah Well, the politicians have another 'Terrorist' to target now, an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.

Robert Mugabe may be a tyrant (I am not in a position to judge) BUT, I cannot see how increasing pressure on an already impoverished nation, can be regarded as 'Helping' those in dire need.

Perhaps one of our more learn'ed members can shed some light on the situation. :wink:



Perhaps miltiades would care to comment on the 'First' part of this post, I am sure there are opportunities for further insult contained therein , it would be such a shame to deprive him of the opportunity to vent his spleen further. :lol: :lol: :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 29, 2008 9:56 pm

Eliko wrote:
Eliko wrote:


In the same week that Robert Mugabe was stripped of his 'Honorary' title (bestowed on him by the British Government) at the behest of Gordon Brown (who probably feels a little disgruntled by Robert Mugabe's personal remarks about him).

George Bush declares his intention to remove the names of Nelson Mandela and others of the ANC party (hitherto regarded as 'Terrorists' belonging to a 'Terrorist Organization') from the 'Terror List' which is held by U.S. security departments.

This listing will be purged of Mandela's involvement in time for the 'Great Man's' 90th birthday.

One wonders if such an oversight (which could have been quite embarrassing if raised during the 'Chinking of Glasses' ceremonies) will escape the notice of those who so vigorously opposed the ANC in the days when it mattered.

Ah Well, the politicians have another 'Terrorist' to target now, an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.

Robert Mugabe may be a tyrant (I am not in a position to judge) BUT, I cannot see how increasing pressure on an already impoverished nation, can be regarded as 'Helping' those in dire need.

Perhaps one of our more learn'ed members can shed some light on the situation. :wink:



Perhaps miltiades would care to comment on the 'First' part of this post, I am sure there are opportunities for further insult contained therein , it would be such a shame to deprive him of the opportunity to vent his spleen further. :lol: :lol: :wink:

Eliko , you are a bloody disaster , how on earth can you write such shit :

"""an old man of 84 who is standing firm against the political might of those who are intent on his demise, regardless of how much suffering they inflict on the innocents of Zimbabwe by placing even MORE sanctions upon an almost destitute nation.""
What absolute rubbish , where do you get your news from mate , are you really in touch with Bin Laden , because the bullshit you come out with can only have come from BIN !!
You never seize to amaze me with your stupidity, An old man of 84 , for f..ake he is a brutal f.. ng megalomaniac who has destroyed his country and you support this beast .Shame on you , what a bloody waste of an education !!
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