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Ujamaa revisited!

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Mchokonoaji, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. M

    Mchokonoaji Member

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    It has come to my attention that history is rewritting itself at a crucial time when the world is busy with the economic melt-down that it has failed to take cognisance of a great story-in-the-making. The above captioned heading captures it all though in two strong and piercing words. Yes, let me remind the world of[​IMG] a chain of event that are responsiple in changing the world for the best. In April this year, the G20 had a meeting where they denounced the 'Washington Consensus' this followed a series of country by country intervention into private property management, this took different forms such as stimulus packages, buying out old cars replacing them with new ones and so on. Such actions saw the second action by the world to defie the corner stone of captalism-a pure market controlled economy. The third act was marked by the UN General Assemby President of 2008/2009 declaring Mwalimu Nyerere as the World Hero of Social Justice, in the declaration the President denounced capitalism saying that it threatens human beings' own existance, that it inculcate in man the habits of selfishness that are entilted to wild beasts. this happened on 26th June this year. The forth act denousing capitalism and perhaps marking the rebirth of Ujamaa is Venezuela's move to adopt the Arusha Declaration of 1967 wrote by the Late Nyerere for Tanzania. In adopting the document Venezuela translated it to a language they comprehend but never changed the content, rumour has it that Venezuela is distributing the document to all its citizens and has embarked on a campaign to persuaded its neighbours to adopt Ujamaa as it is the only way out for development. However Mugabe the Zimbabwe President and one of the most honored African leader and liberator, had a word for Venezuela as he warned them that it wont be that easy!. All in all am happy that the world has come to its senses and the injustices of capitalism are now under attack at na time that Capitalism itself is weak, guess who is going to defend it this time!:D
  2. Tangawizi

    Tangawizi JF-Expert Member

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    Mwenye macho haambiwi tazama. Tunaweza kuadefend capitalism maana hatujui tunalofanya
  3. PakaJimmy

    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    Haya sasa , sisi tumeutupa Ujamaa pale zANZIBAR,

    wenzetu ndo kwanza wanautafuta na kuusoma kwa

    nguvu zote! Docomenti inagawiwa nyumba kwa