They say you do not kick a man when he is down, yet sometimes you feel you do need to push your boot right up the ass of a man lying prostrate.
Why the hell did we not see some folks violating a lifeless Gaddafi? But that’s story for another day.
I couldn’t help but have a belly laugh when I read the story of Kunonga as posted online by the Herald newspaper. The headline read: “Kunonga evicted, six bouncers arrested.”
This for a man, supposedly of the cloth, to hog news headlines as a perpetrator of violence against fellow Christians? You of course have to ask where the “communion” he purports to represent fits into that degenerate agenda.
What is of concern of course is that the history of Christianity is littered with Kunonga types who subvert the Gospels but still insist theirs is a fight for the good of the Faith.
He is not likely to accept his irrelevance (not to mention his irreverence!) anytime soon and because he has been fed a false sense of invincibility by virtue of his political affiliations, his still remains a fight for the greater good never mind the glaring contradictions therein.
For a long time Zimbabwe has been subjected to focus on Church/State relations, with clergy who pander to the political tunes strummed by nationalists being allowed to flourish by the political elites.
We all know the fate of priests who decided to stand with the people and took these ruling elites to task about such things as good governance and human rights.
A guy like Kunonga makes you quickly forget the call to the magnanimity of the heart, goodwill of man, forgiveness and other such Christian and ubuntuism virtues.
You do indeed get that orgasmic of moment of “gotcha” and actually enjoy seeing him in the mud. And why not, you even want to stick foot right there and not regret it.
We continue to watch where he goes from here, but because lawyers are there to earn a living, he has already set into motion a court challenge of the decision that seeks to bring sanity to the good Church.
So much for the Christmas spirit, you have to feel sorry for the legal counsels hired by this man.