‘African Americans Are Very Lazy, Lamenting How They Were Discriminated’ Donald Trump

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ONCE again, US business magnate Donald Trump has expressed his deep disgust for Africans by referring to them as lazy fools only good at eating, lovemaking and thuggery.
 
Speaking in Indianapolis, Trump who is also the republican Presidential torch bearer, reiterated his promise to deport Africans especially those of Kenyan origin including their son Barrack Obama.
 
“African Americans are very lazy. The best they can do is gallivanting around ghettoes, lamenting how they are discriminated.
 
“These are the people America doesn’t need. They are the enemies of progress. Look at African countries like Kenya for instance, those people are stealing from their own government and go to invest the money in foreign countries.
 
“From the government to opposition, they only qualify to be used as a case study whenever bad examples are required. How do you trust even those who have run away to hide here in the United States hiding behind education?
 
“I hear they abuse me in their blogs but I don’t care because even the internet they are using is ours and we can decide to switch it off from this side. These are people who import everything including matchsticks.
 
“In my opinion, most of these African countries ought to be recolonized again for another 100 years because they know nothing about leadership and self- governance,” explained Trump bitterly as he illuminated how he plans to reconstruct America and restore its lost glory.
 
“I promise to make America great again by restoring our dignity that we have since lost through Obama. The more reason why I still believe that he, and his Kenyan brothers and sisters should be deported back to Kenya to make America safe.”
 
Sources have indicated that Trump’s thrush did not augur well with the Carson Camp and they have since distanced themselves from his words.
 
By Politica. This article is taken from Politica.
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photo-The US President Barrack Obama an African American, on a visit to his father’s homeland Kenya during his younger days, with his step mum.
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Mugabe Wants His Wife To Be The Next President-Thomas Mukanya Mapfumo

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‘MUGABE WANTS HIS WIFE TO BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT’- THOMAS MAPFUMO. OREGON – The anger surges in Thomas Mapfumo’s voice as he poses a question at the end of a long interview: “What is America doing about Zimbabwe?”
 
“We hear today [President Robert] Mugabe wants his wife to be the next president,” Mapfumo said, speaking from his home in Eugene, Oregon in the United States.
 
“That’s, I mean, does the United States know about that? Our people are crying every day; they are under bondage.
 
“America is supposed to be a democratic country, and they, when they – we take them as the people who actually fight for democracy all over the world – but they are… doing nothing in Zimbabwe.”
 
The man known around the world as the Lion of Zimbabwe and founder of Chimurenga music has fought for his home country’s freedom his entire life.
 
His music – a combination of traditional African sounds and Western pop played on both African and Western instruments – provided the soundtrack to the country’s struggle against British colonial rule in the 1970s and its eventual independence in 1980.
 
As the years passed, he began criticising the country’s new government, aghast at its civil rights violations and economic oppression.
 
In 2004, he exiled himself from Zimbabwe to Oregon; he now lives with his wife and children in Eugene and continues to spread his message of unity through his music.
 
But after countless shows in the U.S. with his longtime band, the Blacks Unlimited, Mapfumo is worried his impassioned pleas are falling on deaf ears.
 
“I don’t think [American audiences are] paying an ear about it. If they were paying an ear to… the messages through my music, they would be doing something to help the Zimbabweans,” he said.
 
“Do you know, when we used to go to England to play for a mild racial audience, and mostly our audience were white.
 
“And today when we go to play music in England, it’s all about our people – you don’t see any white people now.
 
“A lot of [the Zimbabwean] people now are running away from home; they are refugees in England.
 
“A lot of people from Zimbabwe are living here in America now; they’re running away from those problems. And America doesn’t even notice that.”
 
Mapfumo isn’t about to give up his mission, though. “I stand with the poor people, and this is the reason why I’m not at home, back home, because I am against that government,” he said.
 
He perfomed in Oregon on Friday. After that, he’ll head back to Mozambique and South Africa for a tour at the end of November.
 
The tour could prove historic: Mapfumo and his band have plans to visit Zimbabwe for the first time in a decade.
Constant harassment from the Zimbabwean government put a halt to his visits to the country shortly after his move, but the time has come for his return, he said.
 
“When I go back there, my friend, it’s gonna be — well, I don’t know. It’s gonna be a very, very big day for people, especially for Zimbabweans,” Mapfumo said.
 
“They know who I am, they know I’m fighting against that government and I’m opposed to everything they are doing to our people.
 
“So last time when I went to Mozambique, a lot of them came across the border to come to Mozambique just to see my face and to listen to my music.
 
“I’ve never abandoned the poor people; they see me as their hero in some ways. Some even cried tears when they saw me in Mozambique.”
 
Mapfumo has carried on his work even in exile, continuing to release albums on a regular basis.
 
His most recent album, last year’s Danger Zone, coincided with a joint biography and career-spanning compilation album put together by longtime friend and bandmate Banning Eyre, Lion Songs: Thomas Mapfumo and the Music That Made Zimbabwe.
 
The biography recounts Mapfumo’s early years growing up in rural Marondera, Zimbabwe, under British colonial rule, where he absorbed the music and culture of his people.
 
By age 10, he was living in Mbare, where he got his first taste of Western music.
 
“I grew up in a country myself where there was no radio music, and my own parents were staying in the city and I was staying with my grandparents who were staying in the country,” Mapfumo said.
 
“My own parents relocated to the city, and the first time I started listening to radio music, I started listening to a lot of bigger names like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, every one of them.
 
“I went through a lot of music – The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Chicago Transit Authority, Blood, Sweat and Tears.”
 
As a teenager, he began playing these songs in groups such as the Hallelujah Chicken Band and Acid Band, but soon felt the urge to express his people’s struggles through his music.
 
He founded Blacks Unlimited in 1978, transposing the rhythms of the mbira, or thumb piano, on his guitar and creating Chimurenga (“struggle” in Shona).
 
“When I started writing Chimurenga, I was thinking of my own identity,” Mapfumo said.
 
“I wanted to identify my own self with my own people. When my people were fighting for their freedom in that country, that’s when I started seriously writing my own music, and I was supporting the struggle itself.”
 
The music’s revolutionary themes eventually landed Mapfumo in jail in 1979, after the colonial government deciphered the inflammatory messages in the Shona lyrics.
 
But he was released in time for the first free elections in Zimbabwe in 1980.
 
At the time he played a celebratory concert alongside reggae legend Bob Marley — an early and obvious influence on MapfumoT
“When I go back there, my friend, it’s gonna be — well, I don’t know. It’s gonna be a very, very big day for people, especially for Zimbabweans,” Mapfumo said.”They know who I am, they know I’m fighting against that government and I’m opposed to everything they are doing to our people.”So last time when I went to Mozambique, a lot of them came across the border to come to Mozambique just to see my face and to listen to my music.

“I’ve never abandoned the poor people; they see me as their hero in some ways. Some even cried tears when they saw me in Mozambique.”

Mapfumo has carried on his work even in exile, continuing to release albums on a regular basis.

His most recent album, last year’s Danger Zone, coincided with a joint biography and career-spanning compilation album put together by longtime friend and bandmate Banning Eyre, Lion Songs: Thomas Mapfumo and the Music That Made Zimbabwe.

The biography recounts Mapfumo’s early years growing up in rural Marondera, Zimbabwe, under British colonial rule, where he absorbed the music and culture of his people.

By age 10, he was living in Mbare, where he got his first taste of Western music.

“I grew up in a country myself where there was no radio music, and my own parents were staying in the city and I was staying with my grandparents who were staying in the country,” Mapfumo said.

“My own parents relocated to the city, and the first time I started listening to radio music, I started listening to a lot of bigger names like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, every one of them.

“I went through a lot of music – The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Chicago Transit Authority, Blood, Sweat and Tears.”

As a teenager, he began playing these songs in groups such as the Hallelujah Chicken Band and Acid Band, but soon felt the urge to express his people’s struggles through his music.

He founded Blacks Unlimited in 1978, transposing the rhythms of the mbira, or thumb piano, on his guitar and creating Chimurenga (“struggle” in Shona).

“When I started writing Chimurenga, I was thinking of my own identity,” Mapfumo said.

“I wanted to identify my own self with my own people. When my people were fighting for their freedom in that country, that’s when I started seriously writing my own music, and I was supporting the struggle itself.”

The music’s revolutionary themes eventually landed Mapfumo in jail in 1979, after the colonial government deciphered the inflammatory messages in the Shona lyrics.

But he was released in time for the first free elections in Zimbabwe in 1980.

At the time he played a celebratory concert alongside reggae legend Bob Marley — an early and obvious influence on Mapfumo. Source: The Bulletin

Music Legend Jennifer Rush Cancels Zim Concert Due To Father’s Illness In US

 

American music legend Jennifer Rush’s maiden performance in Zimbabwe at the Borrowdale Racecourse in Harare on October 23 has been cancelled.

Minky Walters, the representative of the show organisers – Sound Event Management – said the music star had been forced to cancel the concert to enable her to fly back to the United States of America to attend to her ill father.

“The Jennifer Rush concert planned for Borrowdale Race Course in Harare on Friday October 23 has been cancelled, because the star has had to make an emergency trip back to the United States following a serious illness striking her father.

“Her concerts in Zimbabwe and Namibia, as well as remaining ones in South Africa, have been cancelled,” read part of the statement released by Sound Event Management yesterday.

Walters added that those who bought tickets for the gig that was meant to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her biggest hit, The Power Of Love, will be given refunds.

“We will be providing refunds to all those people who purchased tickets and they are being contacted to make arrangements accordingly. Anyone who wishes to make further enquiries can do so by calling 0712 601107.

“We are extremely disappointed with this development, but it is entirely understandable, given the situation that has arisen for her.

“We shall advise in due course as to the possibility of a return concert tour being staged.

“We apologise to music fans in Harare and hope that they will understand the situation,” said Walters.

In addition to Harare, The 1980s pop star’s Southern African tour also included Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban, Bloemfontein and Windhoek

Rush, who has sold over 50 million albums, has collaborated with other international stars, including Elton John, Michael Bolton, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo.Source: dailynews

Funeral For Indianapolis Junior Academy Principal & Two Children Will be held On Sunday

FAMILY and friends will, on Sunday, lay to rest the Zimbabwe-born school principal and two children who were killed in a car crash last week as they drove to school.

Funeral services for Indianapolis Junior Academy Principal Norris Ncube, his son Joshua Sandile Ncube, 12, and his niece Malia Siziba, 5, are planned for Sunday at the Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis.

Ncube was driving five children to school on October 6 when his SUV was struck by another car on in Wayne Township.

The rush-hour crash killed Ncube instantly and sent all five children in the car to the hospital, as well as the driver of the other vehicle.

Investigators are looking into whether the driver, 80-year-old Jack Reed, suffered a medical problem that caused him to lose control of the car. His family has said he had a stroke.

Ncube, 52, moved to the United States from Zimbabwe, where he fostered an appreciation for education after fighting for one in his home country, friends have said.

Of the three students who were injured in the crash, Buhlebenkosi Anita Nkoma, an eighth-grader, and Deon Siziba, a sixth-grader, have since been released from the hospital.

Jessica Senele Ncube, the daughter of Norris Ncube and twin sister of Sandile Ncube, remains in the hospital and is slowly recovering. source-newzimbabwe

 

Zimbabwean Woman Accused Of Stabbing 3 year Old Son, Faces Deportation From USA

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A ZIMBABWEAN woman accused of stabbing her 3-year-old son in Mississippi last Monday night could be deported if she’s convicted of attempted murder.

Nomatter Gava-Hudson is said to have stabbed her son three times in the abdomen as her husband screamed for help. A passer-by offered emergency medical aid and called 911.

Police spokesman Sgt. Damon McDaniel said the child was now in hospital.

McDaniel said investigators learned that an argument took place between Gava-Hudson and her husband, the child’s father, during which Gava-Hudson became “belligerent,” brandished a knife and intentionally stabbed the child.

The child was taken to a local hospital and later transferred to the University of South Alabama Medical Centre where he was listed in stable condition Wednesday afternoon.

The 26 year-old mother appeared in court earlier this week charged with attempted murder and is being held on a $1 million bond.

The hearing before Judge Brandon Ladner on Monday lasted less than 10 minutes.

Gava-Hudson was informed of the charge against her, told she had the right to remain silent and the right to have an attorney represent her.

She sobbed softly while being asked questions by the court clerk and sobbed the loudest when asked if she had any children, to which she replied she has a three-year-old son.

Judge Ladner said he would appoint a public defender to represent her, but also said she had the right to hire a private attorney.

She was dressed in a red and white striped jail jump suit and had leg shackles on. Gava-Hudson had been on suicide watch at the Harrison County Adult Detention Centre.

The next step is a preliminary hearing, where the charge against her will be detailed with evidence and testimony. Judge Ladner said that preliminary hearing will be held in the next three to four weeks.

Meanwhile the Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed a detainer on her.

After her arrest, ICE asked the jail to hold her pending resolution of the criminal charge.

Attempted murder is punishable by 20 years to life in prison. source-newzimbabwe

‘Oregon College Shootings’ -Obama Calls For Gun Safety Laws Implementation

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“It cannot be this easy for somebody who wants to inflict harm on other people to get his or her hands on a gun,” Obama said after 10 people were killed in the shooting at Umpqua Community College.”Each time this happens I am going to say that we can actually do something about it, but we’re going to have to change our laws. And this is not something I can do by myself. I’ve got to have a Congress and I’ve got to have state legislatures and governors who are willing to work with me on this. I hope and pray that I don’t have to come out again during my tenure as President to offer my condolences to families in these circumstances. But based on my experience as President, I can’t guarantee that. And that’s terrible to say. And it can change. May God bless the memories of those who were killed today. May He bring comfort to their families, and courage to the injured as they fight their way back. And may He give us the strength to come together and find the courage to change.” —President Obama on the shooting in Roseburg, Oregon: Source-White House Posts
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Putin Warns UN, ‘Removal Of Syrian President Will Result In Failed State Like Iraq & Lybia

In what is obviously one of the most portent warnings over the Syrian crisis, the  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, has warned the UN General Assembly gathering in the US, that any attempts to remove the legitimate Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, will certainly lead to the development of a failed state like Iraq or Lybia.

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photo-  Russia’s President Vladimir Putin

‘Pope Francis Gives Powerful Words of Support To Hispanic And Other immigrants In US

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Speaking in the birthplace of the US, Pope Francis has offered stout words of support to Hispanic and other immigrants in the country, telling them not to be discouraged at a time when some prominent politicians are directing hostility toward them.

The 78-year-old Argentine pontiff toured Independence Hall in Philadelphia before addressing a crowd estimated at more than 40,000 outside the 18th century red brick building where basic US liberties were proclaimed and where independence from Britain was declared.

“Do not be discouraged by whatever challenges and hardships you face,” the pope told the many Hispanics and other recent immigrants in the crowd on Saturday, adding that he felt “particular affection” toward them.

During his first visit to the country, the leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics on Thursday had urged Americans in a historic speech to Congress to reject “a mindset of hostility” toward immigrants.

He expanded on that issue in his Philadelphia speech, delivered in Spanish.

The pope said immigrants “bring many gifts” to their new nation.

“You should never be ashamed of your traditions,” he said to a round of applause. “I repeat, do not be ashamed of what is part of you.”

The pontiff noted that US history includes ending slavery in the 1860s and “the gradual effort to eliminate every kind of racism and prejudice directed at successive waves of new Americans”.

“Remembrance saves a people’s soul from whatever or whoever would attempt to dominate it or use it for their interests,” he said.

Harsh rhetoric

Harsh rhetoric toward “illegal” immigrants has featured heavily in the race for the Republican nomination for the November 2016 US presidential election.

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has called for deporting all 11 million illegal immigrants, most of whom are from Latin America like the pope, and has accused Mexico of sending rapists and other criminals across the border.

He and many other Republicans also are calling for the construction of a wall along the US-Mexico border.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter told the crowd before the pope’s speech” “We are all immigrants. Whether we arrived 10 generations ago or 10 minutes ago, we cannot let the xenophobia and racism of some to carry the day.”

The pope spoke from the lectern used by President Abraham Lincoln for his famed 1863 Gettysburg Address after the bloodiest battle of the US Civil War that declared that “government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.”

In unscripted remarks on a separate subject, the pope also said globalisation is good if it does not destroy the riches and distinctiveness of peoples. He said real globalisation must respect different cultures equally.

“You could see he was very, very moved,” New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan told reporters. “And he said ‘You know, Buenos Aires was a city of immigrants too,'” Dolan said.

Francis, the first Latin American pope, has taken up the plight of immigrants a main issue of his papacy, along with climate change, economic equality and religious freedom.

Source: Reuters

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Mayweather, Beats Andre Berto, And Retires After Record 49 Wins

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. has announced his retirement as he has nothing left to prove in boxing after a victory over Andre Berto in a  WBC/WBA welterweight title fight at MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 12, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com

Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, hits Andre Berto during their welterweight title boxing bout Photo: AP-telegraph

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