Liberals OUTRAGED over Death of Zimbabwean Lion – But Silent on Mugabe’s 30,000 Death Squad Victims

Dr. Walter J Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, killed the famed “Cecil the Lion” in Zimbabwe on or around July 6.

The dentist has now gone into hiding after death threats from animal rights activists.
cecil the lion

Cecil the Lion, 13, was wounded by an arrow before he was tracked, shot dead, skinned and beheaded.

The liberal networks have spent more time on the Cecil the Lion story in one day than they did on the Planned Parenthood abortion harvesting scandal in two weeks.

Liberals are Outraged!..
But they could not care less about the THOUSANDS OF HUMANS murdered by Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe’s death squads.

Mugabe’s Fifth Brigade massacred more than 30,000 civilians and buried them in mass graves

The massacre started in the 1980s and continues to this day.
One man was shot dead during attacks on Opposition leaders by the Mugabe government during elections in 2007..

Chairperson of NCA Glen View constituency and Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) activist, Gift Tandare was shot dead by government forces of Zimbabwe this past week. He was the father of three young children. –Sokwanele.

The leader of the Opposition suffered a fractured skull and several lacerations after being arrested by the Mugabe regime and imprisoned on Sunday at a prayer meeting. He was later hospitalized in Harare.

Sokwanele posted this video on the Mugabe Regime attacking opposition leaders. Included is footage of the family of murdered activist, Gift Tandare:
(9 minutes)

Sokwanele added this about the footage:

The footage and audio for this video includes BBC footage and interviews, as well as interviews with SW Radio Africa. SW Radio Africa have archive their broadcasts. The files below were extracted from a much longer file in the SW Radio Africa archives, and optimised to make individual interview files smaller and easier to download and share with people in Zimbabwe.

** Sokwanele has video and audio describing the horrific attacks on opposition leaders attending a prayer meeting in Zimbabwein during the 2007 election cycle.

The slaughter continues – The media is silent.

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