Bem, nao concretizo a noticia porque apenas pude ler em alguns jornais de noticias Mocambicanos. O Portido Frelimo retomou mais uma vez suas cancoes e propagandas contra Urias Simango. E' mesmo absulutamente uma accao da Frelimo sem etica politica. Sera que este acto foi mesmo ocorrido com o conhecimento do tal Presidente da Republica, o Sr. A. E. Guebuza? Duvido.
Se for a verdade, entao pode se concluir que a Frelimo esta' ainda imadura. Poque e' que um pertido vencedor de eleicoes havia se interessar mais por camisetes de propagandas que ensultaria um morto ja a decadas?
Neste sentido , na verdade a Frelimo demonstra a falta de educacao e desenvolvimento politico.
A Frelimo nao estaria a restaurar o passado, insultando um morto politico, cujo o filho tbem assimilou essa cultura politica. Bem se sabe que exibindo uma camisete a insultar o falecido Simango e' apenas mascara, pois o ensulto realmente era direccionado ao jovem Daviz Simango, filho do farecido Rev. Urias Simango. Entretanto o tempo e o lugar eram imprprios para ensultar. Seria um tempo glorioso da Frelimo onde poderia aproveitar demosntrar a sua capacidade nao so de ser uma organizacao politica , mas muito mais como um partido democratico que amadurece no espirito de reconciliacao e enraizacao da democracia no pais. Isso nao aconteceu. A frelimo falhou e isso vai lhe custar algo a nao ser que confie dos fraudes.
Porque e' que a Frelimo fez isso num momento da sua alegria e festas? Num momento em o seu Presidente ganhou as elesicoes com uma margem significante? Isso mostra imaduridade politica e democratica pela parte da Frelimo.
Bem, para acalmar a todos aqueles que suportam a famailia Simango, tornarei colocar neste blog um pouco da historia da familia Simango e a sua foto. este artigo possau a ser exibido neste blog no passado, mas Por causa deste acontecimento de ensulto contra a familia Simango, torno aqui a colocar em memoria e homenagem desde grande heroi e homem temente a Deus.
THE HISTORY BEHIND THE CIMANGOS
Uria and Celina Simango and their children in 1973.
The reverend Uria Timoteo Simango (born March 15, 1926 was a Mozambican Presbyterian minister and prominent leader of the Mozambique Liberation Front FRELIMO during the liberation struggle against Portuguese colonial rule. His precise date of death is unknown as he was extra-judicially executed (along with several other FRELIMO dissidents and his wife, Celina)  by the post-independence government of Samora Machel. A biography of Simango was published in 2004 .
Simango was a founder member of FRELIMO, serving as Vice-President from its formation in 1962 until the time of the assassination of its first leader Eduardo Mondlane, in February 1969. Simango succeeded Mondlane as FRELIMO's president but, in the power-struggle following Mondlane's death, his presidency was contested. In April 1969 his leadership was replaced by a triumvirate comprising the Marxist hardliners Samora Machel and Marcelino dos Santos as well as Simango . The late 1960s FRELIMO was blighted by fratricidal infighting with a number of party members dying of unnatural causes . See also .
The triumvirate did not last; Simango was expelled from the Central Committee in November 1969, and Samora Machel and Marcelino dos Santos assumed total control. In April 1970, Simango left for Egypt where, with other dissidents like Paulo Gumane (Frelimo's founding vice-General Secretary), he became a leader of COREMO, another small liberation movement.
After the Portuguese Carnation Revolution in 1974, Simango returned to Mozambique and established a new political party "National Coalition Party" (PCN) in the hope of contesting elections with FRELIMO. He was joined in the PCN by other prominent figures of the Liberation movement and the FRELIMO dissidents: Paulo Gumane and Adelino Gwambe (also a founder member of FRELIMO), Father Mateus Gwengere and Joana Simeao.
FRELIMO opposed multi-party elections. The post-1974 Portuguese government handed over sole power to FRELIMO and Mozambique gained its independence in June 25 1975. Samora Machel and Marcelino dos Santos took over as its first President and Vice-President. Graca Machel was appointed minister of Education and Joaquim Chissano its Foreign minister. Uria Simango was arrested and forced to make a 20-page public confession in May 12 1975, at the FRELIMO base in Nachingwea recanting and requesting re-education. His forced confession (in Portuguese) may be heard on-line . Simango and the remainder of the PCN leadership never regained freedom. Simango, Gumane, Simeao, Gwambe, Gwengere and others were all secretly liquidated at some undetermined date during 1977-1980. Neither the place of burial nor manner of their execution have ever been disclosed by the authorities. Simango's wife, Celina Simango was also separately executed sometime after 1981, and no details or dates for her death are on public record in her case either.
From the late 1970s, a bloody insurgency by RENAMO (Mozambique National Resistance) plunged the country into a devastating civil war. RENAMO was initially formed by the Rhodesian regime, but from 1980, in its most brutal phase, was sponsored by the Apartheid regime of South Africa: the insurgency in the 1980 was associated with widespread atrocities against civilians. Economic collapse and famine ensued, worsened by drought in the early 1980s. Following the death of Samora Machel in 1986, Joaquim Chissano gradually steered Mozambique back to a peace accord with RENAMO in 1992 and the restoration of democracy. Multi-party elections were finally held in 1994, twenty years after Simango's ill-fated PCN opposition party.
Simango's public recantation
Following his arrest (and abduction from Malawi) Simango was obliged to read out a 20-page forced public recantation in front of thousands of FRELIMO fighters. Simango's confession includes utterly implausible claims, accusing colleagues of being agents of Portuguese secret services, and of involvement in Mondlane's murder, which are no longer seriously credited, even among the present Mozambican leadership.
Viva Rev. Urias Simango.