He continues his commentary: "Ironically, Zimbabwe has produced its own sizeable stock of post-Rhodesia lunatics – none of which are white, by the way. It is under the ‘black watch’ of President Robert Mugabe that 20 000 innocent Zimbabweans were murdered by his Fifth Brigade, not to mention massive de-industrialization, unemployment, large-scale starvation, hyper-inflation, homelessness and epidemics. The recalcitrant Ian Smith [the country's former white supremacist leader] - in declaring UDI and committing the country’s resources to a huge military adventure – is no different from ZANU-PF cronies obsessed with militarization of state institutions. While Smith was paranoid about liberation ‘communists,’ Mugabe’s ‘high command’ is haunted by the phantom of ill-gotten wealth!"
Rejoice Ngwenya: "Mugabe's Regime Focuses On Our Former White Colonial Oppressors. Um, What About The Black Leaders Oppressing Us Zimbabweans Right Now?"
Shhh, Rejoice...that kind of talk is liable to you back in the crosshairs of your country's government. The Zimbabwean libertarian activist writes: "I get overwhelmed by a sense of ire when [ruling party] ZANU-PF ‘intellectuals' want to make us believe that only ‘white commercial farmers are ex-Rhodesians [when everyone born before December 31, 1979 is an ex-Rhodesian].'"