16 May 2019
Nero was a tyrannical Roman emperor who ascended to power as the youngest emperor at the age of 16yrs.
He was known for having wild parties and debaucherous orgies with his mother and the women and men of Rome.
Also infamous for burning Christians in public spectacles, he was renowned for his cruelty, extravagance and thirst for power.
Just three months into his rule he murdered his mother because he felt that she was threatening his leadership.
His biggest scandal was burning down the city in the Great Fire of Rome in which he also murdered the wealthiest people of the city along with the thousands of poor Romans who died in their sleep during the fire.
All this was done in order for him to raise money and make space for him to build the Domus Aurea.
Today in Zimbabwe, we have a man being called Nero by the people. What is interesting is how his path in so many ways mirrors the life of the Roman Emperor.
This man who parades himself as a pastor is striving to be the youngest leader of Zimbabwe.
His ambition for power has seen him partner with American satanic occultists (who murdered all the American Indians) to impose sanctions on his people in the hope of ascending to the Presidency.
Through these sanctions his own mother and relatives suffer, while countless people die from hunger, lack of healthcare and emergency services in the same way Romans died in the Great Fire.
Just this weekend, the daughter of Morgan Tsvangirai was involved in an accident in which people died due to a late response by emergency services that have been decimated by sanctions.
The sanctions are beginning to claim the lives of their architects in the same way the Great Fire of Rome claimed the nobility of Rome.
Nero will go down in the books of history as the man who punished his people for taking back their land and resources in as much as he sacrificed them for power.
Words are vibrations which mold reality. Names are words with vibrations and spiritual energy.
By Rutendo Bereza Matinyarare