The greatest gift to be celebrated highly, in this generation is the advent of social media. Those bad-mouthing social media are themselves, social criminals, who thrive on the scarcity of information. While also taking advantage of social media to peddle falsehoods, criminals take no comfort in the availability of social media.
Criminals are enemies of pro-survival information, including passive adversaries, who are not aware of wrongness in failure to pass good tidings. The considered good people failing to disseminate pro-survival information can also be categorized as criminals. Such considered good people love conveying bad news, more than the good about Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe is headed by bad leaders, but such bad leadership is promoted by bad publicity. The only thing that sustained Robert Mugabe for thirty-seven years, was bad publicity. The more the evil that was committed by Robert Mugabe was highlighted, the more the existence of evil by Robert Mugabe was validated.
This agrees with what is stated in my previous installment, revealing the merchant of chaos. Ian Smith may have been more opposed to Robert Mugabe, than to Joshua Nkomo. But Smith unknowingly validated Mugabe, by highlighting the evil side of Robert Mugabe. See [Time to expose the merchants of chaos]
Good and evil are represented in pride and humility, respectively. A normal person can distinguish between good and evil, just as knowing the difference between black and white. The abnormal people become confused when constantly being told that black is white, agreeing, even though clearly observing the blackness.
The real problem in any country arises when the majority lack the capacity to distinguish between good and evil. Lack of education may be the suspected, but hypnotization takes a bigger share. A hypnotized society behaves as if demon-possessed. This arises from lacking confidence in self, where leaders are worshipped and given undue respect.
Humans, created in God’s image, deserve dignity, rather than being treated like animals. Having gotten lost, it is prudent to go back to the beginning, to retrace the correct path. This should not be a problem to Christians, professing to follow Jesus, who declared being the way the truth and the life (John 14:6).