Above image - A normal sight in the Zimbabwe of the temporal coadjutor of Jesuits/Jesuit trained, the Roman Catholic president of Zimbabwe Mugabe:
".....Zimbabwe's judiciary promotes impunity by not providing justice for abuses; and the police ignore calls to investigate ongoing human rights violations. .......Mugabe Fails to Investigate Political Crimes: Human Rights Watch......(.....)........In the same year, an MDC supporter who chooses not to have his name identified for fear of reprisals from government secret police says his leg was cut off with an axe by Zanu (PF) militia during a campaign in the July 2008 controversial election rerun. He says the attackers had his hands and legs tied and threatened him with death........(.......)........"
Kings, queens and presidents: will be even Mugabe, but Obama will be absent
The ceremony of the great: blessed expectations for Wojtyla in St. Peter's 62 delegations. Landed the first Polish pilgrims
“....(....)....The puzzle of the dictator - Saturday morning should arrive at Leonardo da Vinci airport, with a State flight, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. His arrival poses a delicate diplomatic problem: he should not land on the Italian state as Mugabe is a murderous dictator considered persona non grata in the European Union. In 2002, the EU froze the assets of Mugabe and several people close to him, forbidding them to travel in Europe. But the Vatican is not part of the EU.....(....)....”.
Mugabe in Rome for the beatification
The President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe arrived at the Fiumicino airport today with his wife Grace to attend the ceremony beatification of Pope John Paul II. Faced with criticism for presence of the African dictator, the Vatican said that he "has nothing to hide” for Mugabe to be included among the dignitaries invited. Together with his wife and a large delegation, at his arrival he was taken directly under the plane and then transferred to the terminal 3 accompanied by a patrol of Air Police. In order to salute Mugabe they were present, among others, the new ambassador of the Republic of Zimbabwe at the Italian State, David Douglas Hamadziripi, and the Ambassador at Holy See, Mary Sibusisiwe Mubi. Mugabe, on which hang the still comminategli sanctions by the European Union in 2002 (no entry within the Community, he and members of his government and freezing of its assets in Europe), had already come to Rome on April 8 2005 at the funeral of Pope John Paul II and then in June 2008 and November 2009 for the leadership of FAO. In Piazza San Peter's Basilica during the funeral Mass of Pope John Paul II, had a polemic tail the handshake he exchanged with that Prince Charles, who then justified himself by saying of "being taken by surprise. "At the 2008 FAO summit, however, the dictator of Zimbabwe was excluded, as "unwelcome guests" together with the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, at the dinner hosted by Berlusconi for the various Heads of State and of Government at the Villa Madama palace.
WOJTYLA: Mugabe at Rome for the beatification
(ASCA) - Roma, 30 April - The president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II.
Mugabe 'landed at Fiumicino airport with his wife and was welcomed by Zimbabwe's ambassador in Italy in the Holy See.
On the president of the African country still hang the sanctions imposed by the EU in 2002, including the prohibition of entry into Community territory.
Mugabe, strongly condemned for human rights abuses carried out in his own country, had already come to Rome in 2005 at the funeral of John Paul II and the heads of FAO in 2008 and 2009.
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(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)