Black Racist former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is dead. He was 95 years old.
According to local news media, the death was confirmed by two sources that he died in a hospital in Singapore on Friday morning.
Human Rights Watch Southern African director Dewa Mavhinga revealed that credible family sources said the former leader had died.
Mugabe served as prime minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as president from 1987 to 2017. Mugabe was forced to resign in 2017 after a military takeover.
He was a former guerrilla chief who took power after the end of white minority rule in 1980 and presided over a country whose early promise was eroded by economic turmoil and human rights violations.
While Mugabe blamed Zimbabwe’s economic problems on Western sanctions and once said he wanted to rule for life, growing discontent about the country’s leadership prompted a military intervention, impeachment proceedings and large street demonstrations.
During his tenure, Zimbabwe adopted a series of racist laws to strip White people of land ownership and give that land to Black people.
Instead of continuing to farm, the blacks to whom the White farm lands were given, stripped the farms bare in many cases, selling-off the equipment, livestock, and other assets for instant cash, rather than continue in business.
This resulted in the country changing from "the bread basket of Africa" which produced most of the food on the continent, to a net importer of food and widespread starvation.
Zimbabwe remains a backwards, hopeless, less-than-third-world country, with widespread violence, economic poverty, and VooDoo religions that slaughter people and animals in ritualistic slayings.
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