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MNANGAGWA BRACES FOR ‘RADICAL PARADIGM SHIFT’, chaos and deadly violence, after the main opposition MDC declared 16 th August as the day of ‘MOTHER OF ALL PROTESTS’ against illegitimate President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s oppressive Zanu pf regime.
The violent, militarised murderous Mnangagwa regime has threated that it will not hesitate to deploy the military into the streets to shut down protests.
The MDC presidemt Nelson Chamisa announced on Monday that he is prepared to lead the MDC opposition party in “practical” and “decisive steps” to bring an end to Zimbabwe’s economic and political crisis.
In a pre-recorded video message at the end of “seven days of prayer” which Chamisa called for last week, the MDC leader said he is leading his supporters into the “next phase”.
“We have to roll up our sleeves and as a people be our own liberators, be our own answers, be our own solutions,” Chamisa said ahead of planned street protests.
MDC officials confirmed to ZimLive that the party had sent a notice to police in Harare and other major urban centres about planned protests on August 16.
Previous protests in August last year and January this year ended in bloodshed after President Emmerson Mnangagwa unleashed soldiers who killed nearly two dozen people and wounded over a 100, with more than a thousand subjected to beatings and arrests.
“Now that we have dialogued with our God, we have to dialogue between man and man. To be able to do that, we have to take some very practical steps going forward and those decisive steps are going to be announced to you in due course,” Chamisa said.
“We move into the next phase of very decisive steps to be taken in peace, in non-violence in making sure that we give effect to something that speaks to works because faith without works is dead. We now need to do the work.”
MDC deputy president Tendai Biti, after a meeting with Chamisa on Monday, said the MDC was taking a “radical paradigm shift.”
“There comes at a time in the history of any struggle where a radical paradigm shift is required. Section 59 cries out loud. Our people are suffering: poverty, shortages, hyperinflation, corruption and the collapse of social services decimates our people,” Biti said, referencing a constitutional provision which protects the right to protest and petition peacefully.
Zimbabwe is going through its worst economic crisis in over a decade. President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took power after the military toppled former leader Robert Mugabe in 2017, came in promising Zimbabweans economic prosperity but many now say life was better under Mugabe.
Zimbabweans are daily enduring shortages of fuel, bread, electricity and water. Inflation of nearly 200 percent has eroded incomes as prices keep rising, even as salaries remain low. The crisis has stoked resentment against Mnangagwa, whose government’s response to the planned protests will come under international scrutiny.
Bathabile Dlamini, a former minister in the South African presidency, said on Twitter: “What is happening in Zimbabwe is just heart-breaking. What was once a thriving economy is now a sad liberation movement story.”
www.newzimbabwevision.com once again warns, Zimbabweans, stop grandstanding. For too long we have allowed an ongoing circus of opposition saying Mnangagwa is an illegitimate president, refusing to sit in dialogue wirh him and announcing they will force him to step down and allow Chamisa to take over. It has only served to present MDC as all talk and no show because Mnangagwa and his militarised Zanu pf have dug in and entrenched their hold and monopoly over power, knowing Chamisa in their books is a toothless bulldog. We either shake up the system massively now or shut up and prepare for 2023. I have always warned that we must all step forward, shut down Zimbabwe, make it an ungovernable state using non violent means including stayaways, road closures, mass peaceful protests, live streaming and mass global exposure of the crisis across mainsteam and social media. There is no point in endless grandstanding, we need action now, its a do or die scenario. Dont do anything and you will continue to suffer endlessly , do something, effectively a Radical paradigm shift and Zimbabweans , overnight would witness a massive progressive change for a better future for all. FEAR WILL NOT FEED THE PEOPLE! Sibusiso Ngwenya source Zimive.
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