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FTJ CHILUBA A FREE MAN

PostPosted: 18th October 2010, 16:44
by Sly
Dear Zambia,

As Chiluba was declared a free man, I want to see our noble government give back what belongs to him, the University building he started at the now ECO bank and the rest. Lets see some justice now.

Re: FTJ CHILUBA A FREE MAN

PostPosted: 18th October 2010, 17:39
by Choncho
if I did Not see Castro's corpse i could have said you were him

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PostPosted: 18th October 2010, 18:11
by Senor
Ba Sly, and how does this issue fall under restaurants? Is that what he plans to do with his property or you just can't read?

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PostPosted: 18th October 2010, 18:21
by Prognosticator
ba Senor, I think the Sly was just about to trek to the local restaurant for his supper. His mind and soul was already in the restaurant.

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PostPosted: 19th October 2010, 13:24
by Lady J
Whilst talking about FTJ today's Post Head Line is very interesting about our Judiciary where to Zambia NOW? here justice must be done as soon as possible especially that Simenza thing must be removed from practicing law immediately...Mr Nawa take note.

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PostPosted: 19th October 2010, 17:00
by Justice
Be that as it may, I still would like to see Chiluba hanging by his trousers on a high fence and the komboni kids stoning him until he begs for mercy.

Re: FTJ CHILUBA A FREE MAN

PostPosted: 20th October 2010, 15:33
by Sly
Guys,
you all missed my point, this Chiluba freedom, I also question it, don't think otherwise, don't jump the gun,I'm just interested in the 'good governance' of our president, continuity, is what I want to see. If Chiluba is as free as they have judged, then let the world see the extension of his freedom! For me, it's like Chiluba insulting the crocodile while his feet are in water!! Peace

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PostPosted: 20th October 2010, 16:21
by Guest
Lady J, I have also been following Mohan's "journey of his adventure" (as coined by Judge Phiri) with amused interest. Before yesterday I wasnt really upto date with what the case was about but after Mohan opened his adventourous mouth I was hooked and googled the case. Ala there is a lot to this story, it reads like a mafia movie. Shame how deeply involved in it Lawyer Simeza is; if Mohan's story is anything to go by then Simeza is a crooked of a lawyer who should not practice law in zambia. But if mohan is lying then I guess simeza will have a field day suing the living lights out of him. Manje ba Judge Phiri why is he gaggling mohan as if he is the implicated judge who recieved $200,000!

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PostPosted: 20th October 2010, 16:32
by Sublime
Guest -- it's as if you missed all those lawyer jokes. Do you know one lawyer who is not crooked? As any "good" lawyer will tell you, there is no wrong, there is no right. Just data to be manipulated. That's a lawyer for you. A moral relativist.

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PostPosted: 21st January 2011, 16:14
by Kratos Munachigunta
Ba Sly,
U must be super high on some super weed.That man may be free but he isnt innocent.If I was to be prez I'd have him and pipo like u arrested.him for theft and you for drug abuse

Re: FTJ CHILUBA A FREE MAN

PostPosted: 21st January 2011, 16:55
by Sly
Kratos,
I posted this topic so that the brilliant can see what im getting at, but it seems all of you want to hear your own concept, but anyhow, my point was to let you see how stale our government can be when it comes to law. laws are weak and incosistent to suit whoever is bootlicking the powers that be! Im sane and smoke no weed, weed Kratos is in your head!!! wake up and smell the coffee.
1. know that after FTJ was padoned, his heart disease suddenly ended
2. he became the campaign manager for the MMD
etc...and prophet (almost forgot the best part)

Re: FTJ CHILUBA A FREE MAN

PostPosted: 21st January 2011, 18:43
by Mekanik
Kratos Munachigunta, Sly, guys, let's not jump at each other's throats, alright?

I smoke weed. Me! So relax.

I still say Chiluba belongs in jail. What has happened here just goes to show that some people are more equal than others. To borrow a phrase from George Orwell.

I have heard of people who have gone to jail for petty theft. Even for smoking weed. And yet this heartless, rotten midget who caused untold suffering to millions of Zambians by his corruption, is walking a free man. And he even has the audacity to brag about it. What kind of society are we living in?