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Are these also called politicians? (OMG!!That glib catchall)

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Ernesto Sheka, Oct 24, 2010.

  1. Ernesto Sheka

    Ernesto Sheka Senior Member

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    I'm the best,I can do it.
    I'm great,you all know me.
    Give me more and get back more in return.

    Are you getting confused in political campaigns?Yes,political.The world has politicians in the 21C and that's our time.Do you hear stuffs like;

    We are no. 1, we are doomed!!!
    It’s bearing down on election time again, and as the self interested moonbats — uh, sorry, candidates, they’re telling some whoppers. One you might hear from the opposition faction is that Tanzania needs to change everything because we are having the lowest economic growth rate in the world. Lmao!!(6.7 %??).They just won’t say,”well, I like living there as much as that guy, but I just can’t find another way to fool you wananchi so please bear with me.”
    Won’t hear issues like; Look; we are No.X in life expectancy, No.Y in women’s rights, No. T in journalistic freedom, No. P in quality of life, No. S in adult literacy, No. Q in education spending per capita, No R in GDP growth and No.M in girls’ enrollment etc.We’ll just hear;”We have the government that’s destroying this country, vote it out.”Comic, right?

    These people are businessmen
    No doubt you’ve heard the rallying cries for “new blood” in Tanzanian politics. Vote them out, they are just businessmen! “Business as usual.” But in reality, most of those crying are in business, in one way or the other and their entities are to go to infinity. Leadership is within infinity right? Lol!!
    Our political ground and the civil services sector are too conservative.
    Back in the day, this may have been true. But these days, the civil society can blow through almost anything. From gender equality rallies to improvements in the education sector. Remember, before Jakaya Kikwete became president and all people in this country became born-again civil society believers, a forum like this would have never been on air this long!And let’s not forget the discipline we see today in every public service office we walk in.C’mon,we don’t walk in wearing a TAKUKURU badge! It just switches itself. What about bailing out failed but crucial companies? Or a young CEO in a government institution?
    We “the opposition” oppose big business
    Look no further than Freeman Mbowe to bust this lie: Between 2004 to 2010 Mbowe has spent more money to strengthen Chadema and run campaigns than the rest of all other opposition parties combined. He takes grants and contributions from businessmen and he cuts it up from his own pockets (businesses of course)
    So, say we vote them in and it comes a moment for public services or financial reforms. (Lmao!!!We go back to where we thought to be bad)

    All our major problems will come to an end
    Sure, the guys outside the soccer pitch know how to place the ball. You know.So, they say we gat play this and that way. But give them the ball; well, I’m good but I need training! And who told you I can clean this mess in 3 or 2 years? CCM has messed it up for 50 years! Give me at least 40 to clean it! At 30 you say no and they say, USA made it in 3 centuries! Calm down!!!Politika!!!Lmao!!We’ll give you free education, grounds to enjoy your weekends, jobs to all people, lending and new businesses ventures.!!!Sweet uh?Things will take a turn for the better forever; just vote me; who said an old man sent me??I came all this way alone!!Who said am a dictator??I’m a professor in Economics for heaven’s sake!!!But we are far from out of the woods and we are million times better without the above fictions lyrics.

    Minerals lies
    Here’s a fact. No government can breach an international business agreement that will require it to pay back about its whole 3 years budget at zero country spending. The reason for this is because you & I can’t stand it! — Or, at least, we’ll die before we see it done. I better say it’s impossible. In the same vein, some might lie that some mines are operated at zero government attention!!The same people said the intelligence is active and the same people saying from what we see,the intelligence is dead!!!(Contradictory uh?).I’m just not buying it, only because those who think they are the alternatives have told us many lies and half-truths since the day I whispered to them that there’s something in you that you need to work on it.

    An Islamic nation??
    Short answer: No. You wana call a patriot of this nation who’s an atheist a non-Tanzanian? Well, political drama. Out of 48 members of cabinet in Tanzania 30 are Christians and 18 are Muslims. Regional Commissioners in Tanzania mainland: 21; Christians are 13 and 8 are Muslims. Numbers lie when you let them lie.
    Calculations??
    Yes, we are running a huge deficit in this country, which means that we are spending more than we are taking in. Only two things will reduce this deficit: spending less and taking in more. Have you ever heard anyone talking about that???Tanzania!!!!Lmao!!!Sheka stole that, ate that, did that.Hey James, you also did that and that.So, what’s the point. Take Sheka out and let James in.Well, James what will you do? It’ll take time but I’m going to make sure Sheka is not around and….Blah blah blah!!Going sleepy!!!Tell me why you. Being a critic doesn’t qualify one to leadership!!!And what’s the difference between “free” and “re-allocation”???Lmao!!!

    Politics as usual
    No matter what side of the ideological spectrum you fall on, chances are you are sick of “politics as usual,” that glib catchall phrase used to describe out-of-control spending, rampant corporatism, stunning levels of corruption, blatant self-interest-serving, backroom dealing… anything about government that pisses you off. Here’s the bad news: No matter how angry you get, how many rallies you attend, petitions you sign, silly hats you wear, the inertia of government will not be overcome. Not this year, anyway. After all the confetti has dropped to the floor in on Sunday, we may have a few new faces in the parliament and the cabinet but the boss will definitely be the same. And that’s the way it will go until you also contest and feel it by yourself. Not just this year but every year. The fact is that we get the government we deserve.

    Mungu Ibariki Tanzania.

    “I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts. The greatest problem is how to identify facts within a crisis.”
     
  2. Ernesto Sheka

    Ernesto Sheka Senior Member

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    I dare to be different from the crowd too. A new TV show is always good to wait for but it taste might not be what we thought it would.
     
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    Miraji,
    this is your answer to your long crap above:

    An open letter to all Tanzanians

    From M. J. SABODO


    Dear my fellow countrymen

    When Mwalimu Nyerere nationalised properties under the gist of socialistic politics, I, M. J. Sabodo, gave him and some senior officials of his government copies of a book entitled SOCIALISM THAT WORKS authored by Lee Kwang, a minister in the Singapore government for 30 years. I call upon every Tanzanian to read this book.

    With no intention of humiliating former president Mzee Ali Hassan Mwinyi and Benjamini William Mkapa, I know for sure the duo were handpicked by Mwalimu Nyerere to lead Tanzania. Thank God both of them have proved to be among good leaders of Tanzania, and even more so the ruling party – CCM. But the fact remains they were appointees of Mwalimu.

    Now the big question is, who really planted the fourth phase President Hon. Jakaya Kikwete? The President has been steadfast in his five years in the office. Recalling his landslide victory, it was a show that many Tanzanians had faith in him.

    Now I am so surprised to see Hon. President on political platforms campaigning for corrupt leaders. Or put it this way those accused of corruption, with some with cases in court of law. You claim that they are hardworkers. This astounding and diluting the faith Tanzanians had in their government.

    HOW TO PROMOTE OUR ECONOMY
    Let me start with a living example.

    1. Tanzania and Singapore gained independence almost the same year. During that time the US dollar was equivalent to three dollars of Singapore, which is also equivalent to Tsh 7. After 40 years now the same US dollar is equivalent to 1.6 dollars of Singapore and also equivalent to Tsh 1,100. When Kikwete assumed powers the US dollar was equivalent to Tsh 950, but now one US dollar is equivalent to Tsh 1,525. Where are we heading to?
    2. The size of Singapore is not larger than Bagamoyo. It is a small country with a population of six million people compared to Tanzania's 40 million.
    3. One region in India is capable of producing food that can satisfactorily feed a billion people of India. Tanzania still imports food for domestic consumption.
    4. We have about 800 square kms of seawaters,but our fishermen still use ancient means (canoes) for fishing.

    HOW CAN WE COMPARE OURSELVES?
    Mwalimu Nyerere's nationalisation policy and Mkapa's trade liberalisation policy have not brought us any success. The two policies have failed us. Just compare our currency to the dollar of Singapore. Because of the past scenarios I am calling upon Hon. Jakaya Kikwete to find the best way of supporting peasants and fisherman of Tanzania so that they are not drawn into hunger.

    CONCLUSION
    When I told Mwalimu that he was not a king but the president of Tanzania, he laughed. I don't know what the feelings of Hon. Kikwete would be or other presidential hopefuls if I told them the same thing. It is better to speak the truth without hiding anything, because the truth is the same as the sunlight. It is impossible to be covered by anything.

    The opinions of Mzee Sabodo on this year's October 31 general election:

    · If it happens you know the formula of your opponent, then the victory will be much easier for you. If you don't know your opponent well and you still decide to clash with him, it is like going to war without knowing who your opponent is,
    · If it happens you know your opponent even without knowing his thinking, you can still fight him,
    · I'm not saying nor do I not believe that the opposition parties are an enemy of our country,
    · So an opposition party is not an enemy, but a good helper in contributing to the development of our nation,
    · We are aware that CCM has made blunders and is still making many more blunders,
    · There were shortcomings in the economic policies of the Mwalimu Nyerere during his administration,
    · There were unstable policies during the Ali Hassan Mwinyi's government,
    · The third phase government of Benjamin Mkapa, on its part, out rightly ignored agriculture and the peasants of this country and instead it paid much attention to international issues, especially the North,
    · When Kikwete takes control of the nation again, I don't what mistakes he is going to make again,
    · I would like to believe that he will support farmers and promote farming,
    · If it happens that a party makes mistakes, it must be corrected. That is a true democracy.
    · I do not mean there should not be opposition in the country. It must be there. But it must be a kind of opposition that can contribute to development and stand for the future of our nation,
    · England spent almost 200 years to create the opposition as it today – Labour and Tory parties,
    · India, for instance, despite 50 years of multiparty democracy, it is still unstable and does not have the desired unity. Things are still uncertain


    Long life Tanzania
    M. R. J. SABODO
    P. O. Box 730
    DAR ES SALAAM
     
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    TandaleOne JF-Expert Member

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    Watu mnatapa tapa,nendeni Facebook mtajua balaa la huyu mtu. Naona kule mmemkimbia na huku anawachungulia wa unazi wenu.

    Mwaka huu hadi uishe ni hatari. Ndani ya siku mbili critic page yake imezoa memba 200!!!!Lmao!!!!
     
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    By the way, Sabodo is another hoax, just wait
     
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    Interested Observer JF-Expert Member

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    Wait when, while you will be out of power in the next seven days/ Sabodo a hoax? JK has lost all his credibility; by being in the payroll of those thugs, and as he has been going along with those thieves; for sure he is a thief himself; that is our reason to tell him to leave that high office. Wait and see; days are numbered.
     
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    Idleness is the stupidity of the body, and stupidity is the idleness of the mind.
     
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    Mag3 JF Gold Member

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    Enter another sycophant, good thing your days are numbered. Only trouble is if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, it must be a duck and that's Kikwete. He sure keeps fisadis for company and since he looks like them, acts like them and quacks like them - OMG ! he must be one of them, a fisadi to boot ! Thank God October 31st is only five days away and I cant wait to cast my ballot !

    Tanzania without CCM, Tanzania without Kikwete and Tanzania without Fisadis will be born on November 1st - how refreshing !
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    My mother said I must always be intolerant of ignorance but understanding of illiteracy. That some people, unable to go to school, were more educated and more intelligent than college professors.
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    Because hypocrisy stinks in the nostrils one is likely to rate it as a more powerful agent for destruction than it is.
     
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    Yeah... you better laugh your mamas @ss out coz you can, million other cant because they are malnourished and cant read, write, get quality treatment and care and miss lots more... in short they dont have a clue... but let me remind you, the technology that has put you up there soo fast is now very powerful all over the country, the lead time now has been cut to 20 percent of the original (forecasted one)

    How can mnyiramba wa mkungi... laugh his mamas @ss out while he ha just finished his form four akiwa kilaza?? it because he went to a plcae for four years not a school, the school is where you went

    How can a person from Ngapa laugh his mamas @ss out?? he cant, madini yameacha environmental problem pale na wa-thai wameishia

    we always tend to be myopic, once we haev been accepted into a class of the rulers... WE BETTER CONSULT KIBAKI FOR THIS

    There was a story of one queen aliyeuliza mbona watu wanalalama? akaambiwa hakuna mikate, yeye akasema si wale keki...

    Its a human nature... once you have plenty, you tend to forget all those who a poor, starved etc.

    Anyone who reaches that stage is better be left and as a hand of God is always not very far away: Lucky Dube once sang... "choose your friend"

    we can choose a friend but not who you are related to... unfortunately i cant choose not to relate to you because you are a fellow tanzanian, alas! this disrespect is coming from a very small sector of tanzanians and is creating new enemies in a budding mode of reproduction

    History is always there to remind us... ten years ago, no one would come out and disresepct poor (a few like msuya, mramba tried... where are they?) just putting plastic face in the midst of all that...

    why are we wearing sunglasses with all teh electronic accessories?
    why are we hiding in the tinted cars?
    why are fantasizing behind SUV wheels?
    why are so scared of any bang sound?

    time will tell
     
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    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    at LEAST YOU SAW YOUR MOTHER... OTHERS DIDNT BECAUSE THEY DIED IN BWISYA TRYING TO GIVE BIRTH ALONG THE DUSTY ROAD ON THEIR WAY TO A HEALTH CENTER
     
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    Hypocrisy is great fodder for comedy.
     
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    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    easier said than done... why bitching around?
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.
     
  17. TIMING

    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    now put your blind folds on... coz i can, i am outside the box with no tight screw in my @ss

    LIfe is a memory stick and we all have one... lets see
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    Truth is by nature self-evident. As soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surround it, it shines clear.
     
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    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    thats where everyone who is in the kings dinner said, cobwebs, stink, ignorant, poor, clueless... go read any history book from the era ya BC, they always saw anyone not in the invited list as sh!t... i see it clearly.. and i cant deny, i woudlnt e surprised to see you take your wife to deliver an imbecile in the US and my oh my ntakua mwananyamala au seko toure

    is our king naked?
     
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    Kwanini Senior Member

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    The truth is that we can learn to condition our minds, bodies, and emotions to link pain or pleasure to whatever we choose. By changing what we link pain and pleasure to, we will instantly change our behaviors.
     
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