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#11 Nov 15, 2017 11:07 am

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

I bet a lot of the Zim diaspora are dusting off their passports today.

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#12 Nov 15, 2017 11:37 am

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

Ah bet you right.  Ah hope, they succeed, with that coup.

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#13 Nov 15, 2017 5:10 pm

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

Better pack my grip and see if I can pick up one or ten cheap farms from his family and friends.

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#14 Nov 15, 2017 6:15 pm

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

Hold your horses and passports fellas, you really think much is going to change? Emmerson Mnangagwa "The Crocodile" is no angel, he was the architect of the Gukhurahundi ("we are throwing out the trash") genocide in Matabeleland in the 1980s, the farm invasions, political thuggery and corruption - on a grand scale! However, he IS a pragmatist, and, god willing, he realizes that Zimbabwe must make some major concessions if it is to survive.

And where has been the "opposition" MDC in all of this? Not a peep. A totally useless bunch, led by a man who is seriously intellectually challenged. Shame.

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#15 Nov 15, 2017 8:32 pm

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

Poor Zim

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#16 Nov 16, 2017 11:47 am

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Re: What will tomorrow morning bring in Zim?

Expat wrote:

Better pack my grip and see if I can pick up one or ten cheap farms from his family and friends.

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Were you not forced out before ? Want to kill off Robert and return ?

Better read up on the Land reform act of Ireland 1870-1929. ( don't quote me on the dates. ) See you - peasants-  had a shitty deal also.

Exploiter.

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#17 Nov 16, 2017 2:37 pm

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There was a dash of irony in  whimsical remark.

Or to explain it more clearly for you. It was a tongue in cheek remark. I guess it was too subtle. Akin to black humour where something diabolical is said about something serious, where MOST people would understand it is not meant literally.

And then there are those that want to get out the nail filled cudgel or the large machete for feeling they or theirs have been impugned

The words lighten up spring to mind. And no I wasn't suggesting skin lightening chemical use.

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#18 Nov 16, 2017 2:44 pm

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"The words lighten up spring to mind. And no I wasn't suggesting skin lightening chemical use." Oh no he didn't go there? Black humour???

- runs screaming from the "room" -

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#19 Nov 16, 2017 3:02 pm

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New Historian wrote:

"The words lighten up spring to mind. And no I wasn't suggesting skin lightening chemical use." Oh no he didn't go there? Black humour???

- runs screaming from the "room" -

Oh yes I did... LoL

I trust you did understand the Black humour was not "Black humour" but Black humour... a completely different thing. I suspect you did. Let me say it one more time for effect.. Black humour.... LoL.

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