Patriotic Front Secretary General)Davies Mwila
Patriotic Front Secretary General)Davies Mwila

Patriotic Front Secretary General)Davies Mwila has called upon African political parties to unite against imperialism and neo-colonialism on the continent.

Mr. Mwila who is at the same time President of the Council of African Political Parties (CAPP) also thanked Lieutenant General Bakri H. Salih, First Vice President and Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan for his Government’s continued support to CAPP. “CAPP will ever be grateful to the Government and Peoples of Sudan”.

Speaking when he officially opened the Third General Assembly of CAPP being attended by 78 political parties in Khartoum including the Council of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), Mr. Mwila who outlined the successes under his tenure, said time for Africa to unite than ever before had come.

“I came here to sound the trumpet to CAPP that unless Africa unites at every level – socially, economically and otherwise, Africa will soon become a lost cause. Imperialist forces have identified puppets and mouthpieces of capital, ready to auction our country’s natural resources to their funders. Africa must unite!

“How can it be that foreign mining conglomerates with interest in controlling mineral interests in a Southern and Central African Country can speak the same language as the leader of the Opposition? How can it be that a leader of the Opposition can say to Africans in Zambia that should he win an election, he would bring back one mining conglomerate that gave up on Zambians when they needed it the most?” wondered the PF Secretary General and CAPP President.

“How can it be that puppets in Kenya, puppets in Zimbabwe and South Africa, speak the same language as their so-called Think-Tank in South Africa, fully funded by one mining conglomerate?” Mr. Mwila asked.

He called on political parties across the continent to ensure their countries preserved Independence and protected natural resources from foreign exploitation.

“I came to sound a clarion call that unless Africa unites to preserve its Independence and natural resources, we shall be a lost cause. CAPP must rise to the challenge, reform and reposition for a better and more secured Africa.

“ Let us remind ourselves that our Freedom from the shackles of Colonialism was not Free. We must say to today and tomorrow’s generation of Africans that never and never again will Africa and African countries give themselves away to imperialist stooges littered across the continent”, Mr Mwila said.

This is contained in a statement Issued by PF Director for Media , Sunday Chanda.

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    • This is a myth, there is totally nothing about any ” imperialism and neo-colonialism” at work, there is just a bunch of dictators and corrupt governments that are incompetent of solving issues affecting common people.
      Everyone who gets to power is busy stealing, leaving their countries poorer and poorer.
      Instead of focusing on issues that matter most, developing rural areas, raising standards of living for people, how to prevent mass exodus of refugees to Europe, you are driving attention to petty issues, intended to keep you in power.
      This is total nonsense, but of course, this rubbish ring bells to our PHDs holders with limited thinking capacities.

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    • Bwana SG, Absolutely no rational contest to this nationalistic argument a necessary and critical sentiment of loyalty toward the nation. It is popularly shared by people who understand the predatory spirit of the flawed neo-liberalism callously being shoved on resource rich nations. We don’t need classical economic theory and political chaos championed by Adam Smith and Saul Alinsky’s Groupthink. In Political economy of nations we can argue with intellectual leverage that nationalism has been one of the most important forces shaping international politics-the case of successful Modern Singapore under its founding Father Lee Kuan Yew. Again, Classical liberalism based on laissez-faire politically and economically is practically counter to national interest on many fronts.

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    • Unite the people of Zambia against a dictator and everything else will follow naturally. You can not fight an external enemy when you’re not united amongst yourselves.

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    • We were all human until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us and wealth classified us.

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    • Institutionalised corruption, tribalism and nepotism in government is worse than neo-colonialism and imperialism. Deal with our internal problem we have control over first. We currently cant control the latter until Africa unites which you very individual governments in Africa don’t want.

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    • Good message. Except you’re not leading by example in Zambia. You’ve let foreigners, specifically the Chinese, exploit the country’s resources with impunity. There was even a group of 31 Chinese nationals that were doing illegal mining. And when they were caught, all they received was a slap on the wrist and an air ticket back to China, instead of sending them to prison. If you’re caught in China doing anything illegal like that, you would be going to prison for a long time. But in Zambia these foreigners can do whatever they want because they know no one will hold them accountable. The so called mining companies, have done more damage than good to the Zambian environment, by their dumping of toxic waste in rivers, and on land, and also polluting the atmosphere with poisonous gases,…

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    • (Continued)… leading to lung diseases among our people. (Watch the video “Stealing Africa–Why Poverty?” on YouTube and see what has been happening to Zambia). On top of that, these mining companies refuse to pay their fair share of taxes. All this happening under your (PF) party’s watch. Exploitation of Africa’s resources is happening all over Africa. But Zambia is not a good spokesman against this exploitation, because they’re not leading by example. Until you begin to hold all these foreigners exploiting our resources in Zambia accountable, you have no authority to lecture anyone.

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    • This is not Mwilas speech. I heard Mugabe give exactly the same speech seven years ago!

      Plagiarism!!!!

      And after that Mugabe and company looted 10 billion dollars of diamonds and hid it in a Hong Kong bank for his wife Grace to spend on their holidays.

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  1. what is Mwila on about? everywhere some of these people go it is to talk about the opposition. How can he talk about parties uniting and fighting outsiders when the opposition in his own country is silenced. In our your country mr Mwila the country is almost owned by the Chinese now. people like you who live in a glass house should not throw stones. Investors indeed vendors of maize band cheap phones and decoders on the street.

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  2. Very true. Am seeing it here in North western province of ZAMBIA. They are Very rampant finishing our resources becasue ourselves cant do anything to run the companies. Economically we are still colonized by these imperialists.

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  3. Very true. Am seeing it here in North western province of ZAMBIA. They are Very rampant finishing our resources because ourselves cant do anything to run the companies. Economically we are still colonized by these imperialists.

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  4. A well trodden technique used by dictators and failed governments…..blame imperialists and colonolists for their corruption, moral bankruptcy and mimangment. They fail to provide jobs and run the country into unsustainable debt then incite the illiterate unemployed youths with this type of bull.sh.it .

    Tomorrow you see the same shameless losers going begging with their tails between their legs for aid and loans from the people they accuse of being colonialists and imperialists.

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  5. “How can it be that puppets in Kenya, puppets in Zimbabwe and South Africa, speak the same language as their so-called Think-Tank in South Africa, entirely funded by one mining conglomerate?” Mr. Mwila asked.

    Because of information acquired by scientists through experimentation and observation.

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  6. Hazaluza Hagain! And his South African supporter! @Spaka like lilo #6, hahahaha. Guys don’t even sleep! High blood “Pleasure!”

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    • HH has been released now you are even having wet dreams of him in front of everyone ? I hope you are not a married woman you, lusting over a married man 24/8. Take it easy madam.

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  7. What is this muppet talking about? The Chinese have migrated to Africa en masse. What are they doing? Why am I reading about this muppet who is so dull that he cannot break out a wet paper bag?

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  8. There can be some truth in what Mwila is saying , what bothers me most is when the G8 or G7 meet you don’t see our nations represented they alone , do you really know what they talk about! Is It not you and what to do our with resources ! When African union meets they are always present and take what you talk about .
    We Africans we cherish mediocre thinking every one is a joke. These guys are tricky they would find their voice with in ourselves to speak for their benefit.
    We should wake up to reality.

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    • How can they not take you for a ride when this same mwila goes on film advising his unemployed PF thugs to steal council plots and take over public places ?.

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  9. Rwanda: Politically Closed Elections–A Chronology of Violations
    (Nairobi) – Presidential elections in Rwanda on August 4, 2017, took place in a context of very limited free speech or open political space, Human Rights Watch said today, as President Paul Kagame is sworn in for a seven-year term. Human Rights Watch released a chronology of violations of the right to freedom of expression, association, and assembly in Rwanda between the country’s December 2015 referendum – allowing the president to run for a third term – and the election, which Kagame won with a reported 98.79 percent of the vote.
    “Kagame’s landslide win came as no surprise in a context in which Rwandans who have dared raise their voices or challenge the status quo have been arrested, forcibly disappeared, or killed,…

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  10. Great speech from a member of the ruling pf party whose government has just granted its old COLONIAL MASTER a BRITISH company TULLOW oil a licence to explore 53200 sqkm of zambian land. Are zambians aware that this covers the zambian parts of Lake Mweru. Lake Mweru Wantip and Lake Tanganyika. Yes parts of fhe lake themselves.
    Their current plan is for geological studies, gravity survey and passive seismic data. If results positive then 2D survey. Can the government guarantee that this COLONIAL company will not pollute our rich fishing grounds.

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  11. Australin financial review has article about Illuka Resource which has been caught in a bribery scandal on alease it bought in Sierra Leone .the company it bought it from was implicated in the scandal when two Sierra Leone officials were investigated by the British Major Fraud. Illuka ,i believe closedmits operations because it did nit want to be tainted. Does Zambia know that Britain and Australi have laws against fraudently activity in acquiring mining licences i foreign countries. They will pursue the officials of the foreign country if there is eveidence of bribes.I bring this up because of the controversy around the overturned court order with regard to the Tullow oil licence for 53200sqkms of zambian land and water

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  12. Zambia has a total area of 752618sqkms and we have given an old colonial master or a neocolonial company 53200sqkms of land. That is a little over 7% of Zambia we have allocated to non zambians. How can Mr Mwila make a statement to the international community when this is happening in his own country

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  13. Dictatorship is in no way different from imperialism. Infact imperialists are external forces whose impact is not felt directly. Dictatorship inflicts pain on people such as sending police officers to brutally manhandle people and throw them in jail like Mwila and his PF government have been doing. While you are address distinguished delegates from other parts of Africa, learn from progressive parties that brutality and declaring of fake semi state of emmergence is far worse than imperialists that we do not see as a country but we suffer pain inflicated by you Mwila the PF Secretary G.

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  14. HOW STUPID IS IT NOT YOUR GOVERNMENT WHO IS ALLOWING THE CHINESE TO COME IN AND TAKE OVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 JUST ANOTHER FOOL LOOKING FOR ATTENTION

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  15. Rwanda: Politically Closed Elections–A Chronology of Violations

    (HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORTS ON RWANDA)

    (Nairobi) – Presidential elections in Rwanda on August 4, 2017, took place in a context of very limited free speech or open political space, Human Rights Watch said today, as President Paul Kagame is sworn in for a seven-year term. Human Rights Watch released a chronology of violations of the right to freedom of expression, association, and assembly in Rwanda between the country’s December 2015 referendum – allowing the president to run for a third term – and the election, which Kagame won with a reported 98.79 percent of the vote.
    “Kagame’s landslide win came as no surprise in a context in which Rwandans who have dared raise their voices or challenge the status quo have been…

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