powerful katrinka: Interesting, I can't find this on any news site, no mention at all.
I eat mop: indylaw: SHUT.DOWN.EVERYTHING.came here for this./leaving satisfied
Satanic_Hamster: Still no mention of this on any real news source.Real nice "breaking news" blog you greenlit there, crapmins.
GoldDude: Nelson Mandela and Robert Mugabe both fought against racial injustice, both rising to become presidents of their countries.But Mugabe became corrupt
GoldDude: Talk about a study in contrasts. Nelson Mandela and Robert Mugabe both fought against racial injustice, both rising to become presidents of their countries.But Mugabe became corrupt and ultimately made his country a much, much worse place.Don't expect to see all the world leaders coming to pay their respects and praise your life you miserable sack of shiat, Mugabe.Mugabe was celebrated as a liberator, and most were silent in their criticism because of the good he did about 34 years ago.Hopefully the people will rise against the corruption of the Zanu-PF party now that there is no "past hero" at the helm.I think Zimbabwe's going to get a lot worse before it gets better.
Gulper Eel: Horseshiat. He was ranting about establishing a Marxist state well before he seized power, then started in with the genocide from the get-go.
brantgoose: If you have gods, pray to them that this is a merciful end to decades of misrule, corruption, stupidity and malice.He was one of the worst presidents ever. Compared to him, Jimmy Carter is not even remotely History's Greatest Monster, and Barrack Hussein Obama is not the intentional destroyer of America. Compared to Mugabe, Castro is a model of englightenment, and Chavèz a man of wisdom and charity. Compared to him, even George W. Bush, Jr. is not an Upper Class Twit and coke and booze benighted dumbass preppy.Mugabe is the epitomy of all that is worst in African government and society. His economic and political policies make the GOP look like sensible men of virtue and valour.Toss his stinking carcass to wild dogs and move on, Zimbabwe. You can't take much more of this kind of shiat. If your currency becomes any more valueless, you won't be able to sell it to paper recyclers. They won't take it to make egg cartons or toilet paper.
theorellior: So that little PDF you referenced deals with a period of time from 1980 to 1988.
eurotrader: If Mugabe is dead that is the best news for Rhodesia in a long time. Maybe an sustainable economy can return and the destruction of the country can be stopped.
vygramul: whither_apophis: vpb: BizarreMan: Wow, how many billions of Zimbabwe dollars will be spent on the funeral?I think they will just cremate him by burning money.About a dollars worth should do it.Actually this is a good thing for the currency. The country can only improve./probablyDeflation is something that is, well, complex. I don't know if the right answer isn't just to replace the currency.
SauceIT: Uncle Tractor: Prairie Phoenix: Why would anyone want to visit Zimbabwe at all any time?[upload.wikimedia.org image 800x516][epicadventurer.com image 500x341][upload.wikimedia.org image 850x570]Was there a few times in the late 1980's.
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