Monday, August 15, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Zimbabwean President Vows to Continue Fight against Western Imperialism"

We haven't thought about Mugabe for some time, maybe not since we discovered that he "boundlessly reveres President Kim Il Sung." Anyway, he's still fighting against imperialism:
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe vowed on Monday to continue fighting against Western imperialism. He said this in a speech to mark the Heroes' Day Holiday.

Mugabe said the former colonial master is defiantly refusing to accept that Zimbabwe is now a sovereign country and so the struggle is on.

The present international situation served as a reminder and lesson for Zimbabwe and other African countries to guard against neocolonialism by the West, he said, urging Zimbabweans to remain vigilant and united in safeguarding the country's political independence and heritage.
Just "vigilant"? Not "vigilant against imperialist plots" or something like that? He's not helping much in the fight against boredom, but I'll try to be vigilant myself.

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