- Mar 7, 2006
Yeah, hata mimi nina imani na kudumu kwa kijiwe hiki cha udaku na rumours. Lakini let us be honest with ourselves, this is just a frickin' message board let us not make it like some Lenin Square where a revolution ya wanyonge wa Bongo itaendeshwa. If you believe so, then you are so naive and out of touch. Revolution will never happen through an internet forum as long as less than 1 percent of wananchi are connected and only 3 percent read newspapers. So, kama mnataka kututoa mafisadi, tafuteni mbinu nyingine.
I have tried to restrain myself from exploding and advocate milltancy for a while, but Lord, forgive thy servant for I am to go postal!
Lord, the absurdity of the comments above tells me that we have people in our community and society as whole who see no evil in their wrong doings.
Lord, JF is collection of minds and souls of Tanzanians all over the world. These are the people like me who could opt to use a remote control with their relationship with motherland by keeping silent enjoying cheese, chocolate and champaigne or they could be activists voicing concerns for the sake of our nation.
Lord, just like how you did it in old times with Joshua, David or Solomon, allow thy servant to advocate for civil uprising that will bring true revolution to rescue Mtanzania from being deprived of his freedom and natural resources that you have granted us O Lord the day we were concieved.
Lord, I announce, "Death to Mafisadi" "Death to Wahujumu" "Death to Wasaliti". Please forgive me for seeking blood and take life to correct the wrongs and ills in our society created and managed with people like the quoted fellow.
If civil means to make right what has been done wrong are going to fail, I will not heed to your Son and our Savior Jesus Christ to turn the other cheek to the enemy, to forgive him on seventieth time or even love my enemy. For he, my enemy has vowed to destroy me and my offspring and I shall stand tall with my clan to fight oppression. Our march to Calvary has started and no one will take our pride and freedom away.
In thy hands, I rest my case and seek thy blessings,strength, courage, peace, wisdom and happiness. As for patience, that was long lost away.
As in swahili we would say, Nimechoka kungojea.