SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby mulato » 5th March 2012, 16:56

try being at any entry point into zambia (Nakonde, Vic Falls, Kazungula, chirundu) and the attitude of the ZRA and Immigration Officers will sicken you. very nice and avuncular with white foreigners, very rude and hostile with Africans. same goes for the Immigration Officers in TAZARA, ugh! those take the cup.
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Black » 5th March 2012, 19:09

mulato wrote :
> try being at any entry point into zambia (Nakonde, Vic Falls, Kazungula,
> chirundu) and the attitude of the ZRA and Immigration Officers will sicken
> you. very nice and avuncular with white foreigners, very rude and hostile
> with Africans. same goes for the Immigration Officers in TAZARA, ugh! those
> take the cup.


show them a large wad of dollars or euros and see how nice they will be to your black a**

I'm speaking from experience, me and my black a**
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Kalikiliki » 7th May 2012, 16:53

Mulato,

when I traveled on TAZARA I felt like a king. Maybe it's because it was my very first experience travelling in an enclosed vehicle. Until then I had only traveled in the back of a lorry.
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Postby Inkita » 14th June 2012, 18:36

First of all, I would like to dispute what you have sttead in your article that Kunda got two salaries as Justice Minister and Vice President. That is untrue and unfair and could be seen to assassinate a person's integrity . Make sure you have facts before concluding. I have worked closely with Mr Kunda and ever since he went into politics, he has had dual appointments yet one salary. Secondly, you should be aware that LAZ is no longer a reliable source to get something of that nature from. If you had even a little knowledge about constitutional law, you wouldnt have exposed such illiteracy about constitutional matters. I'm sure you have never heard of something called judicial review. That is what the man was seeking because there clearly seems to be a constitutional overlap over the matter. The people in support are pro-PF and you should know better that whatever the case, they wouldn't come out in the open to state the true nature of that appointment. It is clear and simple, if the Vice President can represent the Head of State in the Diaspora or on international affairs to be more precise, why can't he represent the Head of State in his so called country? There is clearly a constitutional overlap over this matter. Suppose the President passed on today (God forbid), under the constitution, [Vice President] Guy Scott should act as President until another President is elected. In such a case, he cannot act as the president because that would be in breach of the constitution. However, he is forced to act as president in such circumstances, that is clearly a constitutional overlap. In such a case, he would be in breach of the constitution yet the law would force him to act as president. Thirdly, that is the second highest position in the country. If a person is not eligible to be president, why should he occupy the second highest position in the country when he cannot represent the head of state in his absence? In addition, we would question what the role of the vice president is in the country? It is clearly a constitutional overlap which needs judicial review. Judicial review is seeking the court's guidance where the law seems not to be clear. When laws are made, they are made with loopholes which any lawyer including law students are aware of. A law cannot be passed which would address all the problems because the future is unforeseen. This is what we are experiencing in Zambia. The appointment of Scott clearly undermines the office of the vice president and the laws of Zambia. He does not qualify under the laws of Zambia to be republican Vice President. Period.
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Mauzu » 14th June 2012, 18:45

This problem has been there since the dawn of man on earth.

I don't know if you guys ever heard of this chap named Jesus Christ. You probably haven't. He lived many hundreds of years ago in the Middle East area somewhere.

Anyway the chap was a bit of a loud mouth and tended to piss on conventional wisdom. Then one day his fellow countrymen had had enough of him. They grabbed him, tied him up, took him through a mockery public trial and nailed his ass to a tree. People just like him brutally murdered the chap.

People can be brutal against their own kind. It's not only in Zambia.
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Sha » 19th June 2012, 23:55

Yes your guess is correct. Ronald Page is Black.


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Detroit man gambles away $1.5 million accidentally given by ATM
By Eric Pfeiffer, Yahoo! News – 2 hrs 31 mins ago

Ronald Page seemingly had it made when Bank of America unintentionally changed his account status, allowing the 55-year-old man to make unlimited ATM cash overdraft withdrawals.

But ABC News reports that Page, who in reality had only $300 in his checking account, used the accidental loophole to withdraw more than $1.5 million - losing it all on gambling.

And even worse for Page, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Detroit says he is now facing 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of theft of bank funds, $1,543,104 in total between December 1, 2008 and May 31, 2009.
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Guest » 26th June 2018, 09:37

Ba Pettie wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> I' am 100% grateful for this wonderful forum;to be able to inform Zambia of
> so many issues that go unnoticed in our country is absolutely fantastic.
> I was dismayed some time in the recent past when I visited one
> Tele-Communications service provider to follow up an old debt.
> As i approached the reception area a lady there was about to welcome me
> when suddenly a group of whites (bazungu) appeared.To my surprise the lady
> stopped talking to me and turned her attention to the whites.
>
> I was left wondering what that was all about. What do you call this? is
> this a kind of racism of black against black or what?
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Guest » 27th June 2018, 07:30

Ba Pettie wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> I' am 100% grateful for this wonderful forum;to be able to inform Zambia of
> so many issues that go unnoticed in our country is absolutely fantastic.
> I was dismayed some time in the recent past when I visited one
> Tele-Communications service provider to follow up an old debt.
> As i approached the reception area a lady there was about to welcome me
> when suddenly a group of whites (bazungu) appeared.To my surprise the lady
> stopped talking to me and turned her attention to the whites.
>
> I was left wondering what that was all about. What do you call this? is
> this a kind of racism of black against black or what?
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Guest » 28th June 2018, 15:03

Ba Pettie wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> I' am 100% grateful for this wonderful forum;to be able to inform Zambia of
> so many issues that go unnoticed in our country is absolutely fantastic.
> I was dismayed some time in the recent past when I visited one
> Tele-Communications service provider to follow up an old debt.
> As i approached the reception area a lady there was about to welcome me
> when suddenly a group of whites (bazungu) appeared.To my surprise the lady
> stopped talking to me and turned her attention to the whites.
>
> I was left wondering what that was all about. What do you call this? is
> this a kind of racism of black against black or what?
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Re: SOME ZAMBIANS ATTITUDE AGAINST FELLOW ZAMBIANS (BLACKS)

Postby Guest » 29th June 2018, 03:34

Ba Pettie wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> I' am 100% grateful for this wonderful forum;to be able to inform Zambia of
> so many issues that go unnoticed in our country is absolutely fantastic.
> I was dismayed some time in the recent past when I visited one
> Tele-Communications service provider to follow up an old debt.
> As i approached the reception area a lady there was about to welcome me
> when suddenly a group of whites (bazungu) appeared.To my surprise the lady
> stopped talking to me and turned her attention to the whites.
>
> I was left wondering what that was all about. What do you call this? is
> this a kind of racism of black against black or what?
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