|A theory against national security|
|Friday, 01 June 2012 00:00|
destroying the principles, values and ethics of a people.
Bribe violence is caused when sponsors give money or services to individuals, groups, executives or government to unleash violence.
Never mind its rubbishing by the private media, it is a fundamental right that will yield positive results. The African philosophy of militarism embraces a symbiotic relationship between the military and the people.
Omari further opines that the recruitment of a military force must be centred on the geographic spread of a nation’s districts, which was what General Chedondo clearly emphasised in his commentaries that, unfortunately, were wantonly interpreted by the private media.
In the days of the chiefs and kings, the military (Impis) protected both the king and the kingdom. During peace time, the military (impis), were involved in social duties like growing food, building houses and hunting. During times of war the military took up arms and fought against the enemy. People provided information and the necessary logistics to the military which resulted in enhancing and developing symbiotic relationship between the military and the people.
The problem only arose when the sponsor (Anglo-Saxons), came with the bribe violence theory that created a divide and rule scenario. People were either fooled or bribed to think otherwise, giving room for bribe violence. Imagine what happened to King Mzilikazi when sugar was used for bribe violence. Dear reader, imagine what happened to Chief Chingaira when people were given services to disclose the cave in which he was hiding which resulted in him being beheaded. Fellow
Zimbabweans, can you see the effects of bribe violence that was so devastating.
The same sponsors (Anglo-Saxons) through massive and repeated media propaganda then give the falsehoods. The falsehoods are easily viewed as true facts since they will be emitted by eminent bribe persons who expertly use the sponsor’s funds for the sponsor’s interests. Imagine in Chiadzwa, Maguwu spreading falsehoods that there were mass graves in which thousands of people were killed by state agencies. The falsehoods were then used to create a false scenario that Zimbabwe diamonds were bloody. This writer met Maguwu at SAPES and he confided in one doctor that he was doing that for a living.
The questions that arise are: Should government agencies leave Maguwu deliberately destroying the sell of diamonds through falsehoods and if arrested should the arrest be viewed as selective and inhuman?
Imagine an MDC-T activist, involved in an adulterous act in Bikita, which resulted in him getting thoroughly beaten by the husband of the immoral woman, claims that he was a victim of Zanu-PF violence.
Worse still, both parties hail from the same party (MDC-T), but the immoral ones accused their colleagues in the MDC-T as Zanu PF supporters in order to get attention from the Anglo-Saxons. Fellow Zimbabweans, these are the effects of bribe violence that affected even our economy through sanctions.
In 2008, civic organisations went on a rampage splashing millions of money which resulted in bribe violence. ZESN recruited and sponsored some civil servants to engage in bribe violence. People like Maguwu lied through the altar of their teeth in order to enhance bribe violence. Many Zimbabweans were promised “heaven on earth” if ever they voted for the MDCs but have never seen the “heaven on earth” as of today.
MDC youths were sponsored with money and beer to engage in bribe violence but have remained poor till this day. Fellow citizens, you must understand that bribe violence is a promise made to create a cacophonic situation to profit the sponsor (Anglo-Saxon). The sponsor gains profit by way of supporting a puppet or intervening militarily as what happened in Libya, Cote d’Ivoire and is happening in Syria, Yemen and Bahrain.
The security of any nation is the province of the Security Institutions (SIs) namely the Army, Airforce, Police, Prison Service and CIO. Their mandate is to fight against bribe violence and to protect the country. The need to fight against bribe violence and protection of the citizens cannot be over emphasised as it is fundamental.
Bribe violence aims at violating tenets of good governance and human behaviours resulting in loss of lives. The casualties, in my view, would be those who accept bribes to cause bribe violence. The causalities would be those nationals who engage in activities that threaten the security of fellow citizens.
Imagine some people were maimed during the liberation of this country; some died. Would it be proper for government agencies to stand watching whilst people get bribed to turn the state into neo-colonialism? What would those who liberated this country do if they come to know that so and so has received a bribe to cause bribe violence?
What would you do if you were in their shoes charged with the task of safeguarding the country and to ensure peace prevails? How would you regard any politician who rubbishes his country whilst in foreign land and deliberately ask some powerful nations to impose illegal economic sanctions? Would you respect a leader who deliberately makes the nation insecure; makes institutions ineffective and inefficient and later blames them for bad performance and poor productivity? Hezvo veZimbabwe pane zvamurikuonawo here seni?
When General Nyikayaramba commented that the PM was a security threat he was raising security issues that emanate from western sponsored bribe violence.
It means the Russian General understands the security concerns of his country and knows when to comment and give an effective statement that guarantees Russians’ peace and security. People must understand that democracy, rule of law, rights and governance are not overrides of security peace and sovereignty.
America protects its citizens against prosecution by the International Criminal Court. Thus, it is the duty of any nation to protect its citizens’ lives against any form of violence. People must know the extent to which they exercise their rights without causing bribe violence.
Panganai Kahuni is a political socio-economic commentator.