As CNN newsmagazine Inside Africa was airing, I just happened to be thinking of my motherland and its political, social, and cultural issues, which are the segments that aired, but with prompt and without formality I put the segment with Tanzania which country I hail from into My-Perspective Politically- I do not understand if it is Ideology that steers our political and policy processes or Individualism but in the same context, I also understand that we are neither radical nor a one party state, hence, my conviction that, it is neither or Individualism but going through a process of defining so. Economically- Africa and Tanzania in particular are moving towards better economy stability. With the global, economic indexes showing better GDP's And GNP's in spite of gross 'Manfraudovandalism' Man-Fraud-O-Vandalism. Where man (from our leaders to ordinary citizen) has entered onto Individual realm with this Fraud has become an escape from collectivism hence Vandalism of our national natural resources! Is there much assay? Culturally- We are shocked! (Thank god to 75%+ literacy rate), bruised but not ruined. Socially- We are awakening from the hypnotic state. A state which is directly or indirectly attributed by the cultural shock, and we are entering Realism state, with a fact that we are not poor or poverty stricken, thank god! Lastly according to Webster's dictionary poverty is a condition or quality of being poor; need 2.deficiency; inadequacy 3. Scarcity Poor is having little or no means of support 2. Lacking some quality, this has to be specific; inferior or worthless However, when it comes to Tanzania and Africa as a whole I find I have the strongest objection to being poor, on the other hand, Africa as a whole has made a major leap than otherwise thought, contrary to the so called ‘Developed Nations' notion that this might take a long time! Deficiency? No African people are not deficient rather efficient. Inadequacy? No, Does Africa have a big Affluence in the Global trade? Yes! Therefore, we are not poor in the context. Poverty-stricken or Poor Africans does not rhyme in my vocabulary- I call upon my brothers and sisters to declare poverty, poor Africans and any other use unfit for Africa's public media consumption Aluta Contunia Aluta Contunia -Mungu Ibariki Afrika! Mungu Ibariki Tanzania!