If murderers had a religion, Hitler, would be their Jesus. Jesus fed the 5000, Hitler upped it on the miracle count and over 6 million by using exceptional propaganda.
A feat our Easterly neighbors look to emulate with the barbaric masks they're placing on Bosso faces.
I know, I know, I am doing what any other Bathwa would do when shit hits the fan. I am playing the Shona this and Shona that card.
Surprise, Surprise, I don't what you call the truth. I am more concerned with how the same people, who rush to cover their tracks by screaming tribalism or blaming it on the West are the same people who have tried, over and over again to place these hooligan masks on Mthwakazi.
These people will encourage us to keep politics and football separate. And they good at doing. They so good at it, it seems whenever talk of improving the people's lives arises, they're eager to sequester the cause and remind us that it has little to do with politics.
No, not this time, not with our beloved Bosso. This time they will look at the complete picture. I would advise them to hokd on, strap tight and watch as we cruise down memory lane.
Unlike Dynamos and CAPS, Bosso was not born of emulation, intelligent copy or built to milk the pockets of the fans. Highlanders FC is football club built for the people. It is designed to be bigger than football, to be the Champion of Mthwakazi.
Like a black and white stripped calf born to be sacrificed to the ancestors, Bosso grew was raised from its humble beginnings by Rhodes Khumalo to be a club for the people by the people of Mthwakazi
Between 1999 and 2001, this shield and spear stripped bull of ours charged the Zim league, conquering all before it. Claiming 4 back to back league titles with a host of other major titles.
One could easily fall foul to the trap of placating the coaching staff with all the applauds for this success but any stripped warrior would easily point out, it was he chorus of the 12th man in the stands that made this feat possible.
On the other side of the scale, stands the politician. A man who sits at the drafts table, playing with peoples lives as if he was god.
He lives in a world of double standards, he has no regard of other people's welfare unless he is the one on the receiving end and when things and when things don;t go his way, he resorts to violence. Snapping and biting at the heels of those who oppose him.
The lucky ones escape or die before he can torture them to sing a verse to the tune of pain in the song of oppression
Now to my educated fools. I ask, what is the difference between the Zimbabwean politician and the Zimbabwean football fan?
Take for example, how Dynamos managed to rush a referee in Hwange just before half time, assaulted him and ZIFA gave them undercover smiles and pretended to give them a stern talking to.
Another case was the more savage attack of two Bosso fans, who were swarmed by a horde of Dynamos fans who punched them, kicked them and used all available means to transform their faces into a scars paradise.
This would be understandable if it was isolated events but it is not isolated. Football in Zim, like its politics is marred in violence.
And I ask my question again, what is the difference between the a non-Mthwakazi football fan and a Zimbabwean politician
Both find violence as a way to deal with issues they can't handle. Both resort to double standards and both have, through physical altercation showed their intention to send Mthwakazi to extinction
Which ever way to choose to address this problem, you still come to the same problem. The differences between the Zim politician and their football fan is their level of intellect.
Whilst the football fan goes around punching, like a pawn because Gukurahindi taught them to kill Bathwa, the politician targets Bosso as he understands the politician understands that the people are Bosso and Bosso is the people. Attack Bosso and you get the people to bring the people to their knees.
And that means every chant you here, criticism, any sterotypes against Bosso are a propaganda aimed to destroy the club and Mthwakazi. In short, we are at war.
Like all wars, revelution has to start somewhere and I for one am happy that the rejection of Shona supremacy started among the Bosso faithful.
Don't get it twisted, I am by no means condoning the attack on the CAPS Utd fans. No sir, I am not doing that,but I will not waste a tear on pawns when men like Busani and Mqondisi get a few.
There are worse fates than being called barbaric. i would rather we be called Bosso-Haram than face extinction.