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Tudor Bismark speaks on corruption

Tudor Bismark speaks emphatically about the need to stop corruption in its tracks. This reminded me of Martin Luthers I have a dream speach and Mandelas Rivonia speach, or even Mugabe’s speach at independance. Corruption has become so widespread that not even the church has been spared. They have turned My house into a den of thieves,” Jesus said. If miracle money is real, why can’t they not pay off the national debt, asks Bismark. If only Mugabe was the one who was so disgusted by corruption. If only the politicians had a desire to leave something more than war songs for the born frees. If only Zanu Pf strove to take Zimbabwe back to its original glory. They do say that, ‘If wishes were horses beggars would fly.’ With Zimbabweans uncanny ability to adjust to the status quo, maybe these wishes will only be a pipe dream. At this rate, we will leave a shadow of the Zimbabwe we once knew for our children. We shall tell them about the days when milk was dropped on doorsteps together with the morning paper, with noone thinking about picking them up. The day when the newspaper vender left his takings ontop of the pile of newspapers as he ran to give a motorist a paper. The days when people bought 50kg bags of maize meal and didn’t have to worry about the next meal. Today, a 10kg bag leaves a dent in the pocket and people don’t leave money lying around in the open any more. Memories of the past glory of Zimbabwe is what I what we treasure. Tudor Bismarks speaks on Corruption

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  1. March 5, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    An impressive share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a coworker who
    had been conducting a little homework on this. And he in
    fact ordered me lunch due to the fact that I found it for him…
    lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!!

    But yeah, thanks for spending some time to discuss this matter here on your
    blog.

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