How is the US involved with the Suprising Zimbabwean Coup

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Long time president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe made international news last week when an American was arrested for negative comments about the president. She was scheduled to be in court on Wednesday to face charges that has escalated since she was originally arrested.

However, it is not likely that she will ever face any charges and if she does it will prove to be just an farce, that sets the New Jersey native free. As of last week there was no rumor or talk of Mugabe being ousted or even unpopular. The sudden coup is clearly backed by the US military and is a unilateral take over of a country orchestrated by a democratic republic that denies ever being involved in this type of international bullishness.

Western countries has systematically controlled African countries through economics namely the World Bank and has now upped the anti with an overbearing military presence.

State TV has been taken over and Mugabe has been placed under house arrest. According to reports the president of South African contacted and embattled president who said he was physically OK.

The is no attempt to claim any enigmatic takeover and points all political fingers squarely at Washington D.C.

In a video message after taking over state run TV, military leader Maj. Gen. Sibusiso Moyo said "We are only targeting criminals around [Mugabe] who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice,” he continued. “As soon as we have accomplished our mission, we expect that the situation will return to normalcy.”

Martha O’Donovan, 25, was working as a journalist and was arrested when she called President Mugabe “selfish and sick.” Should works for a satirical news group and would hardly be taken as a serious journalist unless the country of Zimbabwe had some reason to believe there was more to her presence. She was later charged with attempting to overthrow the government.

The US military presence has quietly intensified since the implementation of AFRICOM. Upon implementation The US military destabilized Lybia after the generous Muammar Gaddafi nationalized oil resources and began sharing the profits with its people. Libya then went about the business of providing its people with adequate housing and clean drinking water for all.

Egypt was another attempt to take over a national state with unsuccessful results.

AFRICOM was billed as a military buildup to help Africans build greater capacity to assure their own security. According to reports Vice Admiral Robert Moeller said one year later, “protecting the free flow of natural resources from Africa to the global market.”

While the powers that be insist this is no coup, this is a coup and without fortune the United States of American is buried perfectly in the center of it.

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