Apparently, whoever wrote this obituary for The Telegraph has never heard the maxims “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” or “Don’t speak ill of the dead.”
A foul-mouthed, embittered man, much given to swearing in public and delivering foam-flecked speeches, Msika was perhaps the only Zimbabwean who could outdo President Robert Mugabe when it came to verbal vitriol. The targets of his bile included journalists, farmers, all young Zimbabweans — who had allegedly failed to match his standards of patriotism and devotion — and white people in general.
I’m guessing a caucasian wrote the obit, which continues in this delicious manner for several more paragraphs.
via Margaret Soltan