Zimbabwe: Genocide or Holocaust?
While MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti has asked Mugabe to "stop his war against Zimbabwe", Mugabe continues unleashing terror against the people of Zimbabwe. Before continuing the story, The Chinese Ship An Yie Jiang is now heading for Angola according to reports from CNN.
There have been reports of 10 deaths, 500 injuries, burning of hundreds of homes, displacement of 3000 families, and 75 activists are in detention. The MDC is asking for foreign intervention while the African Union is urging restraint from all parties.
At the same time, Command Centres have been established to make sure that Mugabe and ZANU-PF win any run off [as revealed by a seniour military officer to the Sunday Independent after he returned from a meeting with Mugabe's Militias and Tribal Chiefs]. The Command Centres have a soldier, three police officers and are lead by a "war veteran". The Command Centre will send militias with the intention of assaulting an torturing opposition members. Police Officers would render the militia immune from arrest. The Police, Prison System, Army, and Intelligence Services will terrorize people into voting for ZANU-PF. The whole set up has been given the name Operation Makavhoterapapi [Where did you put the cross?] and its intention is to destroy the MDC [Movement for Democratic Change] via state sponsored terrorism.
Tafadzwa Chinogure was attacked by ZANU-PF [Mugabe] Councillor David Kanjere in a village near the city of Mudzi with most of his 40 neighbours. One woman in the hospital said the following: “Take my photograph and write my name, I am not afraid. You must please tell the world the names of the people who tried to kill us.:
Joe Bvidzawabuya, Clement Murambidzi, David Kanjere, Erica Chikwizo, Stella
Ngwembei, Marge Katsande. Have you got their names? ”
There has been another report by News 24 about ZANU-PF [Mugabe] creating "ballot papers". Where is the International Community when it comes to human rights violations in Zimbabwe?
BBC News: "Call For Action On Zimbabwe 'War'"