May 25, 2006
What is it about Revolutions that makes it a tool for social change, How does Revolutions relates to Philosophy? Are all Revolutions violent? Waht makes a Revolution? When do you know this is a Revolution vs. a bunch of rebels?
These are quesitons for all of us. We meet tomorrow at 3:30pm to talk about Revolutions. Have you ever thought of seating in your bathroom and thinking about how you are going to affect change? How about having a gun to your head and thinking well, what do i do now?
Revolutions have been a part of our lives in so many ways. Violent Revolutions has had its own impact, Nonviolent Revolutions has also presented itself with positive association.
Join us at 3:30pm Friday.
at May 25, 2006 12:22 PM
Do you really want to know Hindolo what a revolution is? When we meet you will write volumes about it worry not. Do you remember Zimbabwe, how times change! Aluta continua
do you ask why l cry? do you ask why lshed these tears, dont you see my mother holding her cheek deep in thought wondering if ever the bread van is going to come. my father silent once he was the man providing for his family today even with the millions in his pockets, like his last born son, he can only dance to the melody of his grumbling stomach, welcome to the house of hunger, where to my Zimbabwe? my tears water are for the sons and daughters, brutally brainwashed, blinded from the barbaric bureaucracy butchering their beloved nation. Of sons and daughters overwhelmed by the scourge that threatens to purge their very own existence from the land of their ancestors. Indeed, this is the very ecstasy of political malaise. What we have here, dear comrades, is a state in disarray, a regime defying the doldrums of extinction. how can such tyranny be allowed, where is the sanity comrades? Today we live to witness yet another tragedy befalling a land that once was the beacon of Africa, plundered and looted this frustration needs no elaboration. Did l say bread basket pardon my disinformation l meant basket case. Tell me dear sister, make me understand, what happened here, where is the land our ancestors fought so hard to liberate from colonial ramshackle? What has happened to the Independence Day promises zealously proclaimed to an unsuspecting people? Dear God l know you have not forgotten your children hear them crying in the wilderness scattered across the many valleys gorges and mountains across the world
This I like Sairosi! Powerful message it has