By Silvanus Publishing, Inc., 2/2/2018
Leading up to and during Zimbabwe’s 1980 elections, CIA trained asset, Robert Mugabe’s ‘ZANU-PF‘ perpetuated a brutally violent and deadly campaign against his opposition. A large number of opposition officers, election agents and supporters were murdered by Mugabe thugs. The degenerate Governor of Rhodesia at the time, Lord Soames, was pressured to declare Mugabe disqualified from the elections. However, Lord Soames was told in very clear terms that if Soames either declared Mugabe illegitimate or indirectly caused Mugabe to lose the nomination, Mugabe would provoke the most severe violence against the Zimbabwe ‘Gov’t’ and it’s people, Soames could imagine. Under duress, Soames granted the illegitimate Mugabe the 57 seats necessary to become Prime Minister of The Republic of Zimbabwe.
Leveraging his CIA knowledge base, Mugabe initiates a Cloward-Piven crisis-solution psychological operation on the people of Zimbabwe. Two years after becoming the PF-ZAPU leader, Mugabe invents propaganda that Joshua Nkomo has been planning an Armed takeover of the Government. Nkomo denied Mugabe’s accusations. Mugabe uses the crisis to assume complete control of ZANU-PF, becoming Executive President in 1988.
In 1990 Mugabe’s illegitimate Presidential status is challenged by Edgar Tekere and His ‘ZUM‘. In response ‘master assassin’ Mugabe leverages CIA financed mercenaries to assassinate Tekere. The attempts on Tekere’s life are unsuccessful, however agents do kill William Ndangana, a commander of the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army. Patrick Kombayi simultaneously challenged Simon Muzenda in Gweru, he too is marked for assassination by Mugabe. Robert Mugabe hurriedly grants the two ZANU-PF assassins a Presidential Pardon.
Flash forward to 2018 and deposed dictator and ‘master assassin’ Robert Mugabe has ordered the assassination of white Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett. According to the Rothschild Family controlled Associated Press:
RATON, N.M. — Andra Cobb was frantic when she called for help, telling an emergency operator that a helicopter she was riding in with her father, longtime partner and others had crashed in a remote part of New Mexico and that she was watching her “family burn.”
Police released 911 recordings Friday from the crash near the Colorado-New Mexico line that killed five people, including Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett, and his wife, Heather. Cobb, 39, was the sole survivor, escaping with broken bones before the helicopter burst into flames.
Her father, Paul Cobb, the co-pilot, and her longtime partner, Charles Burnett III, a Texas-based investor who owned the ranch where the group of friends was headed, also were killed in the crash Wednesday, along with pilot Jamie Coleman Dodd.
“I’m watching my family burn in a fire,” Andra Cobb screamed on the call. “I don’t know what to do. There’s a big fire. I’m covered in gasoline.”
Dodd also called 911 before he later died. He told authorities immediately after the crash that there were three victims and three survivors — him, Andra Cobb and Roy Bennett, who was suffering from a head wound as authorities tried to determine their location.
Officials launched a search but said the response was slow because of the rugged terrain and lack of access. Andra Cobb remained on the call for about an hour as she waited for authorities to arrive.
Bennett’s death was met with an outpouring of grief in Zimbabwe. A white man who spoke fluent Shona and drew the wrath of former President Robert Mugabe, Bennett had won a devoted following of black Zimbabweans for passionately advocating political change.
Bennett, treasurer-general of the Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change opposition party, previously survived a traumatic year in jail and death threats over his work.
He and his wife had traveled to New Mexico to spend their holiday with their friend Burnett, according to loved ones. The wealthy businessman was described as a fun-loving person who enjoyed entertaining, at times extravagantly.
Burnett’s friends Dodd and Cobb were experienced aviators who would not have taken unnecessary risks in the helicopter, according to the investor’s personal lawyer, Martyn Hill. Hill and Cobb’s wife, Martha, said the co-pilot had survived being shot down while flying a helicopter in the Vietnam War.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Despite frigid temperatures, there was no indication of bad weather that night.
Authorities eventually found the wreckage engulfed in flames, which had sparked a grass fire.
Colfax County Sheriff Rick Sinclair told The Associated Press that he helped search the rugged terrain and that when crews found the wreckage, residents from nearby ranches were working to extinguish the blaze.