Friday, September 25, 2009

An Antiquated Anomaly: Mugabe @ the UN

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to listen to President R G Mugabe of Zimbabwe speak at the 64th session of the UN General Assembly.
Two words in particular from his speech struck me for their surreal portrayal of how he is perceived in the eyes of millions of of his country folks and in the minds of many others throughout the world.
In my mind, it was as if the chump was letting the whole world into the deep reflections of his own soul. Those two words so masterfully encapsulated a coded and subtle message of his own subconscious mind meant for his own sui generis perusal.
That address was not meant for the august assembly but for his own person.
The world will be a better place, if only Gabriel Robert Mugabe would accept that he is indeed an " antiquated anomaly".
Methinks that his own soul thinks so.


Anonymous said...

Dude, Mugabe has every right to reverse the injustices perpetrated by the minority whites in Zimbabwe.
I suppose you are one of those blind coconuts on the continent.
Long live Mugabe!

posekyere said...

Gosh Anon.
Do you really know what you are rattling about here.
If you think Mugabe is such a great guy why dont you go live in Zimbabwe?
You must learn to look at issues with your eyes completely opened instead of clinging to the myopic position you hold.
Enjoy your day and while at it spare a prayer for the people of Zimbabwe for liberation from the yoke of Mugabe!