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Sanctions and the Mbuya Nehanda factor 

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By Nthungo YaAfrika 

THE word ‘simple’ means, sincere and frank because it comes from the bottom of a grieving heart, soul and spirit. 

US sanctions have nothing to do with what Uncle Sam is trumpeting about, such as human rights and corruption. The human being was created perfect and deliberately makes self-imperfect by cutting the umbilical cord to the Creator (Book of Enoch). 

If the Devil were to ask for this reconnection, it would be granted to him because he is not self-created, he was created by the Creator. His descendants, the Tambous (white savages) never wished to be thus, but it was beyond their control. Reconnection to the Creator is spiritual. 

The earth was created to be heaven on earth for all human beings whatever their colour. Heaven is defined as a state of bliss. From being the state of bliss it was created to be, it has become a place not even Lucifer would dare visit because of disconnected human beings who are worse than him and his fallen Watchers. Currently, the state of our race is such because we are disconnected and ironically envy those who are more disconnected than us. Whatever His-story has done to us as a race we have the ability to salvage ourselves from our current mess, because we were created in the image of the Creator — even the white savages’ corrupted Bible says so. 

This now brings me to the topic above. The white savages destroyed our civilisation, starting from 323 BC and are giving us no room to breathe even today. But until we acknowledge and embrace the image of the Creator in us as a race, we will remain lost. The Tambous let the cat out of the bag when they told Zimbabweans that they do not hate them but the leadership. They do not hate the public because they were not involved in the erection of Mbuya Nehanda’s statue, but they say the decision was taken by the leadership. They would have wanted Mbuya Nehanda’s statue issue to have been debated in the public domain and a referendum held. Mbuya Nehanda knew the truth about who we are; where we came from and our mission here on earth. She was well aware of the Book of Enoch, Jasher and all the stories of not only our race but other races too. 

That is why she was not afraid to die because she knew that physical death is nothing compared to spiritual death which can only be executed by the Creator. She showed the white savages that she was well aware of their corrupted scriptures even before they were preached to her. The answer that peeved her tormentors when threatened with death bowled them over, and from then, they knew that they were not dealing with an ordinary person. They wondered where she had heard about resurrection without even having read their corrupted Bible when she boldly answered them that, even if they killed her, her bones would resurrect. Resurrection is what Yeshua always said he would do and hearing that from someone who they thought was not familiar with their corrupted scriptures shocked them and disturbed their souls. ‘Resurrect’, ‘Resurrected’ and ‘Resurrection’ are words found in John 6:39, Acts 2:24, Mathew 22:30, John 5:29, John 11:24, John 11:25, Acts 24:15 and 1Corinthians 15:13. 

Mbuya Nehanda was spiritually connected to the Creator and educated at the Great Zimbabwe. 

After she was executed in 1898, on April 27, 14 years after the partition of Africa, true to her words, she resurrected in 1963, 65 years later on the inception of the Second Chimurenga that ended in 1979. 

In 1980, Zimbabwe became an independent State and the Tambous thought their sin was forgiven as the only rememberance accorded Mbuya Nehanda was a road named after her. 

The Second Republic, under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, shocked the whole world by erecting her statue smack in the city centre! The statue is a stark indictment of past colonial regimes. 

Acts 5:27-28 says: ‘‘They brought them and stood them before the Sanhedrin. Then the High Priest questioned them, and said we strictly ordered you not to keep teaching on the basis of this name, and yet look you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching and you are determined to bring the blood of this man upon us.’’ 

This is the sin of the First Family and Government executives. The Tambous did not reckon on Mbuya Nehanda’s spirit tormenting them up to today. Their prophets are failing to keep that spirit quiet and the spirit will never keep quiet until proper positive spiritual rituals are done, not by anyone but one whom the spirit will choose here on the motherland. 

Whom will the spirit choose in a climate where the majority do not know the front or the back of positive spirituality? 

Only time will tell. All we have to do is to wait and see. 

For starters, our current spiritual environment resembles that of the time of Herod the Great. Herod is a family name of a dynasty that ruled over the Jews by appointment from Rome. This is our predicament as a race today. 

Yes, currently things do not look so good for Zimbabweans; what with many bowled over by the devil’s currency — the US dollar. But the truth is, no-one has ever fought the Nahasi spirit and won — ask Persia, Greece, Rome, Britain, Spain and Portugal that are now banana republics that cannot fight their own wars without enlisting Uncle Sam. 

What will happen to them when Mbuya Nehanda finally deals a fatal blow to Uncle Sam? That’s the simple truth about the sanctions on Zimbabwe. But will the US and her allies care and will Africa, for once, find her voice, time will tell. But time is not on Africa’s side; the human skulls being kept abroad demand a decent burial home and Zimbabwe is carrying the burden alone. 

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