Independent Magazine Managing Editor Andrew Mwenda has vowed to step up his fight against what he describes as “extremism” and “intolerance” in the opposition FDC.
The political party’s supporters recently criticized Mwenda for making remarks they said disparaged their leader Dr Kizza Besigye.
Many attacked and abused him on his known Twitter handle.
In response, tadalafil http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form-template.php Mwenda has decided to use social media platforms and his publication to fight back.
On Friday, medicine http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php he said whether it meant joining hands with the devil, site he will not hesitate to fight the party’s radicals.
“During the Second World War, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (perhaps the bitterest enemy of communism) allied with the communist USSR and its brutal leader Joseph Stalin to defeat Adolf Hitler and his German Reich,” said Mwenda.
“When asked why he could work with such an evil regime, Churchill said he was even willing to go to hell and ally with the devil if that was necessary to defeat Hitler,” he added.
“Today I find myself in the same position as Churchill. I am willing to go to hell and ally with the devil to defeat the extremism and intolerance of the radical faction of FDC.”
Dr Besigye’s stance that he won the February 18 presidential election and his declaration of the defiance campaign has divided public opinion.
FDC radicals led by mobilisation chief Ingrid Turinawe have since vowed to fight on, saying the party defeated President Museveni in the competitive polls.
However, party president Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu has urged members to lay new strategies for the next election and concede the fact that power now lies firmly in the hands of President Museveni.