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November 25, 2007



"It is quite common to hear him blamed for having created Robert Mugabe": but presumably only by the sort of racist who believes that black men can't even aspire to be moral agents.

Mick H

Looking Ahead - I'll keep the link up, but I don't really want all that stuff on my blog so I've cut the stuff you've pasted in.


It's quite common in African countries to hear older blacks saying that things were better when the British ruled. Certainly, that was my experience but I don't think they were arguing for a return to minority rule.

That's a bizarre link from Looking Ahead. Carter gets the blame for forcing Smith to yield to Mugabe. No Callaghan, Thatcher, Muzorewa or Carrington. No mention of lifting sanctions during the interim Zimbabwe Rhodesia diversion.

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