Big shame to those who made Magufuli believe he was immortal

kmbwembwe

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Whatever the sangomas in our midst would have us believe, I think that there was a lot of infection around John Magufuli’s work environment, in which wearing a face mask was not tolerated and crowding was a way of life. PHOTO | FILE | NMG

By JENERALI ULIMWENGU
THURSDAY JUNE 03 2021

The politicians around Westminster have been at each other’s throats over the devastating effects of Covid-19 in terms of loss of life and economic backsliding.

The Boris Johnson government is catching flak for not having done enough, having taken its sweet time doing it and/or having bungled the measures needed to confront the pandemic.

That is as it should be. The representatives of the British people have the right to put their government on the spot if they think the latter have neglected their duty of service, and they have the right to demand that heads roll and butts be kicked. When you look at what has been happening in India you understand where I’m coming from.

Impossibly blind​

Accusations of dereliction of duty must include being obstinate when a situation is clear enough for all to see except the impossibly blind. I have been telling my friends in the medical profession that they let us down badly since a year ago when they seemed to acquiesce in the mad fallacy that wanted us to believe that our prayers had made God listen to us rather than to the Pope.

The unbelievable defence of the medics is that then-president John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) would have done ‘‘bad things’’ to anyone who had dared contradict him.

This is a very sorry state for a nation to be in, and I think anyone who helped us get to that point is criminally liable on account for the scores of people who died.

Now that obscurantism has been shunted off to the sidewalk through President Samia Suluhu’s government saying that there is indeed a Covid-19 problem, the next step is for the vaccines to arrive. The government has stated that vaccines will be procured for people to be inoculated ‘‘if they so desire.’’

I know that in most countries where vaccines are given the exercise is voluntary, so there should no fear that people will be forced to be vaccinated.

Democratic right​

However, what needs to be done in case the response is so low that too many people remain vulnerable to contract the virus?

Would that not render the fight against the virus unwinnable? I incline to think that this is an existential issue that must be treated as such. It is as if canine rabies were spread through droplets in the air and some people refused to take anti-rabies inoculation.

In that case would it not be mandatory for everyone to be inoculated? Would the democratic right to not be vaccinated negate the right of the others to not be infected?

Whatever the sangomas in our midst would have us believe, I think that there was a lot of infection around Magufuli’s work environment, in which wearing a face mask was not tolerated and crowding was a way of life.

It was as if someone was trying to display supernatural powers given only to themselves. My trepidation flows from my realisation that I am only mortal and accept my shortcomings.

If a Maasai warrior brandishing a simi charges at a lion that has attacked his boma, I will recognise a hero. But if he says he is going out to do battle with some virus, I will confirm his madness. For, the lion is known for its powerful claws and canines, and the Maasai is reputed to be fearless and nimble. But what do we know of the virus and the silly little man playing hide-and-seek with it?

The lesson we draw from this episode is that we never seem to be able to draw lessons from anything we are afflicted with or by. This is so because we never take time off to do stock-taking of what we have been through, to apportion blame and to mark out what we should never do again. As a result, we are condemned to repeat the same mistakes over and over again, like perennial infants.

Worthy people​

The medical experts I was blaming are worthy people who struggle day and night to save lives and advance the frontiers of the search for wellness.

But, they can attain neither if they are too scared they will lose their employment to tell their superiors they see death when death is indeed what they see.

We quite often talk of speaking truth to power without knowing exactly what the expression means in real terms. It means it can be disadvantageous for you to tell the powerful what they do not want to hear, but tell them nevertheless.

They can harm you, sack you, or worse. Galileo could have been sent to the gallows by the Vatican, but he stood his ground.

Now, we are beginning to hear people talk as if they are emerging from a five-year-long stupor; they are now criticising Magufuli as if they had been too blind to see what the others were seeing all the while.

Then they remained silent when they should have spoken or, worse, singing praises of the man they soon made to think he was immortal.

Shame!

Jenerali Ulimwengu is now on YouTube via jeneralionline tv. E-mail: jenerali@gmail.com


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The East African
This Tutsi immigrant how we don't like him. He uses his language skills to want to tell the world we did not like magufuli while the world knows we liked him and he was a great leader. To hell with this whisky drunkard.
 

kmbwembwe

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Aug 16, 2012
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Whatever the sangomas in our midst would have us believe, I think that there was a lot of infection around John Magufuli’s work environment, in which wearing a face mask was not tolerated and crowding was a way of life. PHOTO | FILE | NMG

By JENERALI ULIMWENGU
THURSDAY JUNE 03 2021

The politicians around Westminster have been at each other’s throats over the devastating effects of Covid-19 in terms of loss of life and economic backsliding.

The Boris Johnson government is catching flak for not having done enough, having taken its sweet time doing it and/or having bungled the measures needed to confront the pandemic.

That is as it should be. The representatives of the British people have the right to put their government on the spot if they think the latter have neglected their duty of service, and they have the right to demand that heads roll and butts be kicked. When you look at what has been happening in India you understand where I’m coming from.

Impossibly blind​

Accusations of dereliction of duty must include being obstinate when a situation is clear enough for all to see except the impossibly blind. I have been telling my friends in the medical profession that they let us down badly since a year ago when they seemed to acquiesce in the mad fallacy that wanted us to believe that our prayers had made God listen to us rather than to the Pope.

The unbelievable defence of the medics is that then-president John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) would have done ‘‘bad things’’ to anyone who had dared contradict him.

This is a very sorry state for a nation to be in, and I think anyone who helped us get to that point is criminally liable on account for the scores of people who died.

Now that obscurantism has been shunted off to the sidewalk through President Samia Suluhu’s government saying that there is indeed a Covid-19 problem, the next step is for the vaccines to arrive. The government has stated that vaccines will be procured for people to be inoculated ‘‘if they so desire.’’

I know that in most countries where vaccines are given the exercise is voluntary, so there should no fear that people will be forced to be vaccinated.

Democratic right​

However, what needs to be done in case the response is so low that too many people remain vulnerable to contract the virus?

Would that not render the fight against the virus unwinnable? I incline to think that this is an existential issue that must be treated as such. It is as if canine rabies were spread through droplets in the air and some people refused to take anti-rabies inoculation.

In that case would it not be mandatory for everyone to be inoculated? Would the democratic right to not be vaccinated negate the right of the others to not be infected?

Whatever the sangomas in our midst would have us believe, I think that there was a lot of infection around Magufuli’s work environment, in which wearing a face mask was not tolerated and crowding was a way of life.

It was as if someone was trying to display supernatural powers given only to themselves. My trepidation flows from my realisation that I am only mortal and accept my shortcomings.

If a Maasai warrior brandishing a simi charges at a lion that has attacked his boma, I will recognise a hero. But if he says he is going out to do battle with some virus, I will confirm his madness. For, the lion is known for its powerful claws and canines, and the Maasai is reputed to be fearless and nimble. But what do we know of the virus and the silly little man playing hide-and-seek with it?

The lesson we draw from this episode is that we never seem to be able to draw lessons from anything we are afflicted with or by. This is so because we never take time off to do stock-taking of what we have been through, to apportion blame and to mark out what we should never do again. As a result, we are condemned to repeat the same mistakes over and over again, like perennial infants.

Worthy people​

The medical experts I was blaming are worthy people who struggle day and night to save lives and advance the frontiers of the search for wellness.

But, they can attain neither if they are too scared they will lose their employment to tell their superiors they see death when death is indeed what they see.

We quite often talk of speaking truth to power without knowing exactly what the expression means in real terms. It means it can be disadvantageous for you to tell the powerful what they do not want to hear, but tell them nevertheless.

They can harm you, sack you, or worse. Galileo could have been sent to the gallows by the Vatican, but he stood his ground.

Now, we are beginning to hear people talk as if they are emerging from a five-year-long stupor; they are now criticising Magufuli as if they had been too blind to see what the others were seeing all the while.

Then they remained silent when they should have spoken or, worse, singing praises of the man they soon made to think he was immortal.

Shame!

Jenerali Ulimwengu is now on YouTube via jeneralionline tv. E-mail: jenerali@gmail.com


Source:
The East African
Yaani huyu mtutsi ndio angetandikwa risasi sio lissu na adui zake. Shenzi sana..anajifanya kama ndio anajua wengine hawajui kitu. Pambafu sana. Mimacho imevimba kwa ulevi utafikiria mchina. Hawezi hata kuheshimu mamilioni ya watanzania waliyolia kwa uchungu kumpoteza shujaa wao.
 

triumvirate

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JPM never believed he was immortal as religious as he was.


You guys are not serious! Was Magufuli religious?

....mtawajua kwa matendo yao. Matendo ya Magufuli yalikuwa yanadhihirisha pasipo shaka kwamba hakuwa mshika dini. Alipenda tu kujinasibisha na dini na kumtajataja Mungu ili afanikishe kupata aliyohitaji.
A devout Catholic pious man of God..his spiritual father the late Bishop Balina did a gracious act of crafting a dutiful virtuous life out of JPM's soul.
 

King Bill

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Yaani huyu mtutsi ndio angetandikwa risasi sio lissu na adui zake. Shenzi sana..anajifanya kama ndio anajua wengine hawajui kitu. Pambafu sana. Mimacho imevimba kwa ulevi utafikiria mchina. Hawezi hata kuheshimu mamilioni ya watanzania waliyolia kwa uchungu kumpoteza shujaa wao.
Wewe ndie mpumbavu. Umejificha nyuma ya keyboard unatukana mzalendo wa kweli ambaye ametoka front kusema ukweli wake bila kujificha kama wewe.

Ndiyo, Jenerali yuko sahihi,Magufuli angeendelea kutawala nchi hii wajinga kama wewe wenye tabia za interahamwe za ukatili na uuwaji wangeongezeka sana!

Mungu anaipenda sana Tanzania. Ndio maana amekomesha utawala wa kidikteta na wa kikatili wa Magufuli. Just imagine,unakuwa na serikali ambayo majambazi kama Sabaya wanapewa uDC!
 

Bobby

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Nimeambiwa kuna tatizo watu wanataka kujadili article ya Kiingereza bila kujua kusoma Kiingereza.
Hilo ndiyo tatizo. Ujumbe wa Jenerari uko wazi kabisa kwanini utugawe kiasi hiki? Not reachable ndiyo kiini cha tatizo bila shaka.
 

Bulamba

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Mbwembwe nyingiii za kingereza ujumbe umeeleweka vyema.

Hao wanaochukuliwa kama ndio wasio na dhambi ndio wachafu wenyewe.

Tumeongozwa na marais wanne kabla ya JPM ina maana na wao wanne ni wasafi sana?...acheni kuwa wanafiki!!.
Kwa hiyo unataka kumkwamisha Mama Samia ama?
 

triumvirate

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Hilo ndiyo tatizo. Ujumbe wa Jenerari uko wazi kabisa kwanini utugawe kiasi hiki? Not reachable ndiyo kiini cha tatizo bila shaka.
Nyie watu mna matatizo...kwa kiingereza gani hasa hata watu wasielewe ujumbe?
 

Nziiri

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Tahadhari, unapoandika baya juu ya JPM kuwa na ubinadamu maana unawatia huzuni mke n.k.
Nilisoma Phisics kidogo:
'EVERY ACTION HAS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION'
Sina hakika sana kama principal hii ina-apply ktk mada hii.
Lakini jiulize: Kwanini kuna kuwa mijadala mingi kumhusu Magufuli, na wengi wanamshutumu na kumlaani? Mbona haikuwa hivo kwa JK, BWM na wengine waliotangulia? Acha maneno rahisi ya uzalendo uwara au eti marehemu hasemwi.
 

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