By Tarisai Masimba
Is it time for Zimbabweans to embark on an armed struggle against the oppressive minority Zanu-PF regime?
This article is about the relevance of an Armed Struggle for Zimbabwe. It is discussing how the people of Zimbabwe have been oppressed by Zanu-PF regime for decades and it has created a need for a new Liberation Movement that will liberate the country from this oppression.
Following the independence of Zimbabwe in 1980, the country has for years been ruled by a minority elite through corruption and nepotism. In recent years, Zimbabwe citizens have been subjected to brutal repression and violence by the regime in power.
It is common knowledge in Zimbabwe that the current dictator Emmerson Mnangagwa was trained to kill. He threatened to kill all opposition supporters by singling them out for extermination.
He is an evil man and continues to portray himself as a hero who fought for independence. His crimes against humanity are just too big to be forgiven or forgotten. The current regime will only change if they are forced out by an Armed Struggle; this is the only possibility that could free Zimbabwe from this minority regime violently and restore democracy in our country
It is time for Zimbabweans to embark on an armed struggle against the oppressive minority regime by forming a Liberation Movement
The Movement should be led by an educated person who has comprehensive knowledge about current events in Zimbabwe. This person also needs to have basic understanding of military tactics and strategies to lead the army of Zimbabwe. The organisation needs to recruit more members, who are trusted and can be well trained with weapons and combat techniques.
An armed struggle can be different from a liberation movement in the sense that the goal is not just liberating the country but also overthrowing power through force.
The time has come for Zimbabweans to liberate themselves from this brutal regime through an armed struggle with the intent of establishing a new system that will address the injustices perpetrated on people which have spanned decades.
Zimbabwe is in a state of anarchy, Zimbabweans are living in an uncertain future, the young generation is not educated and Zimbabwe’s potential has been wasted for too long.
A coalition or union of revolutionaries or some group of people with the same ideals and aims have to be formed to tackle this issue.
This coalition should work on uniting all the different opposition groups that exist in Zimbabwe today.
This new liberation Movement should not participate in elections but should make sure that the people’s rights are protected.
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