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!!! Its bearing down on election time again, and as the self interested moonbats uh, sorry, candidates, theyre 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 wont say,well, I like living there as much as that guy, but I just cant find another way to fool you wananchi so please bear with me. Wont hear issues like; Look; we are No.X in life expectancy, No.Y in womens 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.Well just hear;We have the government thats destroying this country, vote it out.Comic, right? These people are businessmen No doubt youve 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 lets not forget the discipline we see today in every public service office we walk in.Cmon,we dont 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, Im 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!!Well 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??Im a professor in Economics for heavens sake!!!But we are far from out of the woods and we are million times better without the above fictions lyrics. Minerals lies Heres 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 cant stand it! Or, at least, well die before we see it done. I better say its 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?).Im 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 theres something in you that you need to work on it. An Islamic nation?? Short answer: No. You wana call a patriot of this nation whos 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, whats the point. Take Sheka out and let James in.Well, James what will you do? Itll take time but Im going to make sure Sheka is not around and .Blah blah blah!!Going sleepy!!!Tell me why you. Being a critic doesnt qualify one to leadership!!!And whats 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. Heres 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 thats 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.