Mining Zimbabwe’s heritage.
Mavhuradonha Mountains Zimbabwe.
The eastern mountains.
beautiful place. To be at one with nature again? All the beautiful bird species. All the beautiful trees. All the beautiful fauna. Take a good hold on your seat because very soon it will no longer be with us. What a waste.You may think I’m playing? I’m not. Surely there has to be put in place a logical use of a countries wealth, both mineral and natural? Don’t make me laugh, the world as we knew it no longer exists? The new Gods are now greed and corruption. It’s all so sad and completely uncalled for, but when Western Nations backed down and sold out a perfectly beautiful country and peoples. Then this is what you get. Brother you asked for it.
Place of falling water.
Fauna in Mavhuradhona.
Such is the great lure of Chrome and other minerals, that here is what is happening to these areas in Zimbabwe. It is known as strip mining, where they just go in and bulldoze anything in sight, irrespective of any other value it has. They then proceed to either dig it with machines or use indigenous labour with pick axes.
It will be an ecological and environmental disaster of note. No trees or vegetation to hold the soil together. No fauna, no birds, no small wild animals, nothing but this.
Then one day it will rain. The storms here can be fierce and sudden, often with torrential downpours. Then what you have left, is a barren rift of ravines and gulleys and in amongst this nothing will grow again. How sad?
You may not believe it?
More strip mining.
On and on it goes, mile after mile after mile and there is nothing you can do about it. They pre-empted you and now they are King. China is the second largest economy in the world now and they have unlimited resources and labour. And they are everywhere in this rich Continent and very soon they are going to be the largest economy in the world.
Sadly, I think America has been out smarted at every turn and I see little or no hope of them overturning this without resorting to tactics that will finish all of us. We can’t have that.
Strip mining Zimbabwe.
Chrome and greed.
I’m not going to go on much longer because I’m so sad and disheartened. That we as people can allow this to happen. Something just has to be wrong somewhere?
Now Mana pools is next, they the Chinese, have found, and say, it is rich in uranium. So exactly the same thing as is pictured here, is going to happen there, and nobody is going to stop it, or even cares. Oddly there is another truth in all this, that minerals have been found in many of these places, including diamonds. Did I say something about thinking years ahead? Perchance then, the overthrow of the farmers and their land had an even more sinister aspect. The farmer is not going to allow this to happen on his land, but, when you are only interested in rape and pillage of a countries resources, then who the hell cares?
I’m almost positive that 99% of people have no idea about this whatsoever? Moreover I’m partial to Americans. Why? Because at heart they are all good people and I know Americans would never allow this to happen. No doubt some might try it, but they would soon be shouted down. I’m also saddened to see America in its current state. Whatever the hell happened to you? The last bastion of the free world sliding into abyss? What this means is you get what you vote for, just as what has happened here. Isn’t about time you all woke up? The reality for the free world is, without a vibrant and free America we are in big trouble. You don’t believe me? Look around you. It’s about time you got your priorities right again and very fast?
God bless America.
“Cry, the beloved country, for the unborn child that is the inheritor of our fear. Let him not love the earth too deeply. Let him not laugh too gladly when the water runs through his fingers, nor stand too silent when the setting sun makes red the veld with fire. Let him not be too moved when the birds of his land are singing, nor give too much of his heart to a mountain or a valley. For fear will rob him of all if he gives too much.”
Alan Paton, author of, ‘Cry the Beloved Country’.