How Mugabe’s ‘Dancing’ Photo Went Viral

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Falling Mugabe tries to save himself 

Once a man, twice a child they say. We can’t fight nature as we grow old, till the time we can’t walk, eat well and do many things on our own.  Robert Mugabe became prime minister of Zimbabwe in 1980, and has been the nation’s president since 1987.

As one of the most hated African presidents both at home and overseas, he has been re-elected to the presidency multiple times, with charges of elections fraud and voter intimidation. It’s hard to understand why one person will be in power for such a lengthy period, when his body can’t even support him in his official duties.

It’s not a secret that many attempts, with foreign support to topple him have failed and all efforts to let him step down have been abortive, so when 90 year-old Mugabe was captured on camera falling, after addressing supporters who gathered to welcome him back from a trip to Ethiopia at the Harare airport, the incident became a widespread mockery, instead of the sympathy he deserves.

Mugabe didn’t take it kindly, as he refused to take his age into consideration. Instead he punished several of his bodyguards for failing to prevent him falling down the steps from the podium. Yet, I believe in the eyes of the general public, Mugabe wouldn’t be happy if any of his bodyguards would have helped him to step down the podium, because he wants everyone to know that he is still a strong man.

Even Jesus would have tripped over such a poorly laid-out carpet,” says Information Minister Jonathan Moyo. The local newspaper, Standard, reported an official investigation into the mishap was launched and about 27 of Mugabe’s security staff being suspended.

After the fall of Mugabe, what’s next? This is what I think is in the mind of everyone, because aged Mugabe has to prepare to step down. It wouldn’t be nice for such a man who played a significant role in ending colonialism in his country to die on seat. This is what the late Nelson Mandela, former South African leader avoided, making him one of Africa’s greatest leaders.

How Bill Gates’ Statement Exposes Ebola As A Created Disease

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“We’ve created, in terms of spread, the most dangerous environment that we’ve ever had in the history of mankind,”-  Gates tells Vox.  Can any intelligent person or the media gather evidence from this statement made by the 59 years old successful businessman? Like always, the aim of the media today is to misinform, to manipulate, twist and hide facts from the public over diseases just to keep their jobs to feed their families.

Showing concern over a possible outbreak of a disease in the next few decades, Bill Gates said “I rate the chance of a nuclear war within my lifetime as being fairly low. I rate the chance of a widespread epidemic, far worse than Ebola, in my lifetime, as well over 50%.” “It’s especially terrifying, given the way we reacted to the last epidemic: The Ebola outbreak of last year showed how unready the world is for dealing with infectious disease.”

“The last widespread killer epidemic was the Spanish Flu. Between 1918 and 1919, it killed between 20 million and 40 million people worldwide — more than World War I. What’s even more frightening, Gates says, is that we don’t even know where the Spanish Flu came from, it was just called the “Spanish Flu” because the press in Spain were the first to report on it.”

The need for Bill Gates to be worried is necessary. I quote: We don’t know where the Spanish Flu came from, it was just called “The Spanish Flu” because the press in Spain were the first to report on it. But certainly Bill Gates knew where Ebola came from, because the virus was created by America, Russia and Germany for biological warfare purpose, long before it exploded in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Congo and Guinea.

I wasn’t surprised at all when the business tycoon ended his talks with Vox, saying  “We’ve created, in terms of spread, the most dangerous environment that we’ve ever had in the history of mankind.” Let World Leaders and America continue to fool the people, but they can’t continue fooling the people all the time. Over the truth of Aids and Ebola, time will tell.