Archbishop Pius Ncube had become one of the strongest critics of President Robert Mugabe and his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front government. But he did not spare the Movement for Democratic Change or its leader Morgan Tsvangirai either. He was accused of all sorts of things. But he forgot one cardinal thing: never hate your enemy, it spoils your judgment. When the enemy struck the bishop was forced to resign from the church and is now almost forgotten. But here is what he had to say during his hey-days.