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Saturday, 9 August 2014

This Week They Said

We feel like foreigners in our own country and this makes us very sad. We are very peaceful people with no intention of promoting anarchy
Susanne Matale revealing that the church is facing unprecedented intimidation in its quest for freedom of assembly and praying for the country.
Power is addictive for it offers infinite possibilities. Once you taste it you want more. There is the lust for power in Scott’s eyes
Field Ruwe suggesting that VP Scott senses a big moment for a power grab as debate intensifies over President Sata's health. 
It is not right for any institution which is not even making any profit to go on strike and say we want money when they are not even making any profit. It is only that government as a mother will come in and assist
Yamfwa Mukanga MP on the maternal instincts of the PF government. He was commenting on whether TAZARA workers should go on strike over pay. GRZ has now settled the $3m arrears.
We cannot have a president who does not speak to the people. Every President in the world holds a press conference where they are subjected to scrutiny by journalists
Muhabi Lungu bemoaning the  public disappearance of President Sata for nearly two months and Mr Sata's refusal to host a press conference or give an interview.
To comment on an international disgraced lawyer, I think government is above that. Who is he anyway? Is he a politician or what does he want to do? If he is a politician we will send him to the appropriate party officials to respond to him
Joseph Katema MP commenting without commenting. He was responding to concerns raised by international human rights lawyer Robert Amsterdam who has been a thorn in the flesh of the PF.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Cho,

    To comment on an international disgraced lawyer, I think government is above that. Who is he anyway? Is he a politician or what does he want to do? If he is a politician we will send him to the appropriate party officials to respond to him

    Joseph Katema MP commenting without commenting. He was responding to concerns raised by international human rights lawyer Robert Amsterdam who has been a thorn in the flesh of the PF.


    I take it that 'human rights lawyer' is not a protected profession. :)

    For full disclosure, Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Peroff, is a globalist lawyer who hires himself out to neoliberal causes, in Zambia and Thailand.

    Amsterdam & Peroff is a corporate member of the RIIA or Chatham House. As is De Beers, by the way.

    From back in 2012, I have a whole page of links ot this guy's work.

    One blogger put it succinctly:

    " " Freedom Now specializes in “political prisoners” from various regions around the world that attract the attention of globalist ambitions. Leveraging these “human rights abuses” affords the globalists a perceived moral high ground from which they can exert pressure on target nations. This is very similar to the operation being run by Chatham House globalist Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Peroff, who is defending western-backed Mikhail Khodorkovsky to ratchet up pressure on Russia, and Thaksin Shinawatra to exert pressure on Thailand. "

    Of course, Mikhail Khodorkovsky is a business partner of Lord Jacob, 4th Baron Rothschild, great-grandson of the 1st Baron, who financed Cecil Rhodes. And who now owns all of Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Yukos shares.

    (WASHINGTON TIMES) Arrested oil tycoon passed shares to banker
    The Washington Times
    Sunday, November 2, 2003

    LONDON (Agence France-Presse) — Control of Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s shares in the Russian oil giant Yukos have passed to renowned banker Jacob Rothschild, under a deal they concluded prior to Mr. Khodorkovsky’s arrest, the Sunday Times reported.

    Voting rights to the shares passed to Mr. Rothschild, 67, under a “previously unknown arrangement” designed to take effect in the event that Mr. Khodorkovsky could no longer “act as a beneficiary” of the shares, it said.

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