[Toot!] Index: 0.1
Communism Bit: On
Location: Job, of course
I've been writing this first line for more than ten minutes. Writing and deleting it. I've changed the wording et cetera, and it has failed to come out the way I want. The alternative—this that I'm doing—is to start by describing that failure. I rarely fail at failure. It's an easy way to start.
I wanted to ask, without seeming like my usual self, whether anybody finds the complete absence of the pro-Mugabe voice on the Net worrying. Don't you people worry about judging based on one side? I know, he's a bad person, the spawn of the very Lucifer himself, and I'd only be marginally worse if I were the President of Zimbabwe. But still, doesn't anybody worry about such uniformity of opinion? I know I do. Every link I click about this thing of Mugabe losing his election takes me to weblogs that nearly look like calculated propaganda (complete with slogans). And here's a link to Time magazine (published before the results were announced). Tell me what's missing there. If you know of any maybe ZANU-PF blogger, please link I.
You know, Jude always starts what he calls The Countdown to Dissatisfaction, whenever people do something like vote in a new leader.
Anyway, if you have a link, put it in the comments. Maybe Mugabe blogs. :o) I'd like to see what the pro-Mugabe 0.001% sound like. That's all.
Lex III: Actioni contrariam semper et æqualem esse reactionem: sive corporum duorum actiones in se mutuo semper esse æquales et in partes contrarias dirigi.
— Isaac Newton