PW Botha’s funny story about Bishop Abel Muzorewa

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Original Post Date: 2006-11-19  Posted By: Jan

From the News Archives of: WWW.AfricanCrisis.Org
Date & Time Posted: 11/19/2006
PW Botha’s funny story about Bishop Abel Muzorewa

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PW Botha’s funny story about Bishop Abel Muzorewa

From the News Archives of: WWW.AfricanCrisis.Org

Date & Time Posted: 11/19/2006

PW Botha’s funny story about Bishop Abel Muzorewa

Here is a funny story I heard from PW Botha when I visited him 2 weeks before he passed away.

At one point we were discussing Rhodesia and what happened back then. You will recall that once Henry Kissinger had dropped Rhodesia and had not been able to deliver on his promises, that Ian Smith decided to engage in an internal settlement with the moderate blacks. So we held an election and a new country was born called: Zimbabwe-Rhodesia. Bishop Abel Muzorewa was the moderate who won and he was in reality the first BLACK prime minister of that country.

Mugabe and Nkomo, being communists were excluded from the elections. So although we were under black “moderate” majority rule, the war continued because the commies had not won.

During this time, Zimbabwe-Rhodesia co-operated with S.Africa and at one point, Bishop Muzorewa, as the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia came to S.Africa with General Walls who commanded all the Rhodesian forces to discuss serious matters with Prime Minister PW Botha and others.

PW Botha wore glasses and so did Bishop Muzorewa.

PW recalled that during these very serious discussions about the many problems of mutual interest, that suddenly Bishop Muzorewa interjected and asked, “Can I say something?”

So PW said “yes”.

Then Bishop Abel Muzorewa said, “I would like glasses like those worn by the South African Prime Minister.”

PW told me that when he heard this he thought that Muzorewa was a fool! Here they were in the midst of life-and-death discussions and this was what was on Muzorewa’s mind!

Perhaps it is best one only hears about that now, but again it makes one wonder about the idiots in whose hands our lives have been placed in the past as well as now. Our rulers are fools and clowns. Maybe it is best that we do not know about all their Three Stooges type antics! Jan.