Why, I’m devastated…

Deposed dictator Robert Mugabe broke down in tears and asked for his dead wife and son before meeting army chiefs of Sunday after being ousted as leader of Zimbabwe’s Zanu-PF party on Sunday, one of his aides has told MailOnline.
The frail 93-year-old has until noon local time on Monday to resign as president or impeachment proceedings will start, Zanu-PF said.
Mugabe was replaced by the vice president he previously sacked, Emmerson ‘Crocodile’ Mnangagwa, on Sunday after all ten Zimbabwean provinces passed no-confidence motions against the dictator two days earlier.

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13 Responses to Why, I’m devastated…

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    Give him the “necklace” treatment.

  2. Andrew says:

    Let us hope that the person or persons taking his place are more sane. That country needs some luck after Mugabe and his followers fucked the place up.

    • Exile1981 says:

      Sorry but this is nothing more than a power struggle. The VP who took power is just as corrupt and was supposed to be the next president on mugabees death but last summer mugabee changed the successor to be the trophy wife.

      This guy has his own crazy wife and skimmed millions already.

      So no real change for the people.

    • ChuckN says:

      “Let us hope that the person or persons taking his place are more sane.”

      Bwahahaha! Man you need to read up on current events out of Africa.
      Improvement this ain’t.

      • Andrew says:

        Hey, it’s the holiday season, give me a break. Stranger things have happened, like Hillary losing, Bill Clinton being called out by the NYT for being a perv, we actually have a decent SecDef.

        Hell, maybe those Argentinian submariners are still alive and will be rescued.

  3. Jim in Tulsa says:

    Just get him and his gone. The people in that country have lived in hell long enough.

  4. Unclezip says:

    Pussies waited until he was almost dead before moving against him. And I don’t see the “Croc” doing any better in the human rights area.

  5. oltanker says:

    Am I the only one who saw those pictures and thought of the similarity between them and our Congressional Black Caucus?

  6. A Freeman says:

    He has sot and been granted asylum in SA, where 40+ farmers per day are being murdered bc of their skin. It’s in the news, no one is reporting.

  7. ed357 says:

    Doesn’t matter….

    It’s like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

  8. mrgarabaldi says:

    Rhodesia was the breadbasket of Africa, but when Robert Mugabe took over after the country was “negotiated” away by the Carter Administration, the blacks that took control immediately seized the white owned farms and parceled it to their supporters, after looting the land then left. If any whites complained then they were killed. Zimbabwe started having to import food because the people that stayed didn’t know how to farm.

  9. Sanders says:

    Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

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