Until America remodifies its domestic policies that promote institutional and systematic marginalization of Black people ... July 4 will continue being sneered at not just by outsiders, but its nationals as well.
Without a shadow of doubt, Africans are increasingly convinced that the way forward for their countries does not uphold the American system as a model but as a cautionary tale.
Turning a blind eye to the chaos and loss of lives at home, Mike Pompeo and his like, adamant on making trouble for the world, have kept disrupting international cooperation and undermining peace undertakings.
If the United States and its allies were genuine in feeling for the people of Zimbabwe whom they claim the sanctions are meant to protect, this is the time to remove the sanctions.
Western countries, which call themselves “democracies”, have imposed various kinds of sanctions on almost a third of the global population and do not intend to reduce them amid the fight against the coronavirus.
For countries like the U.S. to continue its imposition of economic sanctions against some of the weakest countries on the globe is to show their inhumanity and indifference to the suffering of innocent civilians.
[G]iven the way COVID-19, like a wildfire spread from China to the global village since December 2019, many questions arise on whether world leaders and global funders listened or even took note of this warning.
China and the U.S. have many differences. But that should not prevent them from working together to overcome a global crisis.
The continued imposition of sanctions by Britain, the U.S. and its allies is essentially irresponsible, particularly now when COVID-19 is killing people at a rate unseen in over a century.
This is a grand rigging by the West through arm-twisting and arm-breaking of the Zimbabwean economy.