Robert Mugabe has died

Urist

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1) put body in black bag.

2) put black bag in trash can.
I'd say leave it to the vultures, but that might be a bad idea.
I doubt that even the worms would be willing to have a bite.
Koeberg has a waste disposal system that might keep the world safe from the carcass for a few thousand years, while it decays from radiation.

Some of these african leaders are showing their true colours by mourning him.
 

Mila

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IIRC the mongrels were sent back to their origin sh!thole.
Would be great, I wonder how the squabling about his money is going to turn out. The Mandela's had a nice big fight and it wasn't nearly this many billions.
I wonder if someone will now start leaking info on his ill gotten fortune.
 

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Disgrace has probably already taken everything. It's why she married him
 

WaxLyrical

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No sympathy from me. This hospital actually tried to prolong his life. They're evil! They accepted the money he stole from his people.
They were just being professional. By your logic, they should remove your testicles if you were a serial adulterer and ended up there.
 

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who can forget :

Had Zimbabweans been able to choose the moment to move against their president and his spoiled family, it would have been the day two weeks ago when a video emerged of his son deliberately pouring expensive champagne over a $60,000 wristwatch in a show of arrogance and entitlement.
While his countrymen were struggling to draw cash from banks and supermarket shelves were empty of food, Chatunga Mugabe’s sheer gall left many feeling murderous.
In the darkened light of a nightclub, as his brother Robert Jnr groped a woman in the background, President Mugabe’s 21-year-old son and a friend could be seen holding their wrists together before pouring a bottle of Armand de Brignac Gold, which costs about £250, over their watches.
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We think Robert Mugabe’s son was trying to impress a few people on his Instagram story this week. However, Bellarmine’s vacant attempts to brag about his wealth fell incredibly short.

In the video, Bellarmine Mugabe is filmed partying in his nightclub with his brother. They’ve got a few girls with them (who must have left their moral compasses at home), and can be seen having a dance and a drink whilst music booms out.

Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree
Then, about 15 seconds in, Bellarmine does something that is, quite frankly, the behaviour of an oddball. He films himself pouring a bottle of champagne over his ‘expensive watch’, in an apparent show of opulence and wealth to the Instagram followers who keep giving him attention, for some reason.

Now, the watch itself has become a contentious item. He recently uploaded a picture of it to social media, with the “$60 000 on the wrist when your daddy run the whole country ya know!!!”

Mugabe’s son acts the twat
The sad truth is Bellarmine, there’s nothing impressive about wealth. Not if it hasn’t been earned. You haven’t worked a day in your life, and therefore, know nothing about real value.

Secondly, what type of self-respecting adult male pours their booze away? That’s unforgivable. Forget the fact that the Armand di Brignac gold brand of bubbly sells for hundreds of US Dollars. If that was a R30 bottle of Castle, it would still be just as embarrassing for you.

How the Mugabe’s have raised their children
As Grace Mugabe lines up her bid for the presidency, it seems like her idiot sons are more than happy to literally piss away taxpayer money.

If the Mugabe regime can be toppled, not only would it be satisfying to see the dictators fall and democracy return to Zimbabwe. But it would be extremely gratifying to see the likes of Bellarmine brought back down to earth with a thud.
 

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Plane leaves for Singapore to bring Robert Mugabe's body back to Zimbabwe


A plane has left Zimbabwe for Singapore carrying government officials and relatives to bring home the body of Robert Mugabe, but it was still not clear where the former leader would be buried, a family spokesman said on Monday.

Mugabe's family is pushing back against the government's plan to bury him at the National Heroes Acre monument in Harare and wants him to be interred in his home village, relatives have told Reuters.

Leo Mugabe, the late president's nephew and family spokesman, said a charter plane left Harare for Singapore just after 9 a.m. (0700 GMT) on Monday.

Mugabe's body was expected to arrive in Zimbabwe on Wednesday at 3 p.m. (1300 GMT), Leo Mugabe told Reuters.

But when pressed on where Mugabe would be buried, Leo Mugabe was non-committal.


"Mugabe was a chief and he will be buried in accordance with tradition. The chiefs have not told us where he will be buried, so it is not clear yet. I also don't know," he said.

In some parts of Zimbabwe, burials of chiefs are a secret affair and people are only told the resting place afterwards.
 

Grant

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a charter plane left Harare for Singapore
what's wrong with the cargo hold of an air zimbabwe dreamliner ?
then the body can be transported by train using zimbabwe's bespoke rail service
 
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