Cry, Freedom! is the expression on the lips of South Africans who want to rebuild this country. Their freedom is from the corruption. The moral compass is reset. South Africa must be saved.
“One of the main goals was to disrupt the family bonds, the cultural bonds, the language bonds, that’s why you have so many of these schools in so many different places,” said Katrina Phillips, an assistant professor of American and Native American history at Macalester College and a member of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe.
The current chaos, looting and pillaging of businesses is the telling signs that South Africa’s democracy is under the yoke of lawlessness.
9/11/2021 USA troops will withdraw from Afghanistan but its corpulent appetite for war and creating disharmony remains unsatisfied. Life goes on…Afghan students recite Islamic prayers at an outdoor classroom in the remote Wakhan Corridor in September 2007.Paula Bronstein/Getty Images
People from Mosakahiken Cree Nation hug in front of a makeshift memorial at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School to honour the 215 children whose remains were discovered buried near the facility, in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, on June 4, 2021.https://edition.cnn.com/2021/06/29
Today under the banner of human rights we plundered lands for oil and gold. Not long from today, the military complex will be oiled to fight for water. Believe it or not!
South Africa is on the precipice of an agricultural disaster. From internationally acclaimed orange farms gone rotten to tea plantations becoming weeds; we might be in bread lines.
When people are killed because of their faith and the world remains silent; it is like normalising hate.
Picture caption: A man places flowers and pays his respects at the scene in London, Ontario, on Monday, June 7.
MAY 15, 1948 The day 700,000 Palestinians were expelled from their homeland by the Zionist Israeli occupation. Today, it continues with their soldiers afraid of children. The NAKBA DAY lives as a personification of resilient resistance.
I walked the graveyard and looked at names of those I should have praised. Long gone are they so I say:
Don’t put roses of my grave
to make regret your master and you the slave.
Be in my company and together we the live the gaze
of the One who is all worthy of praise.
Image by MUHAMMED BAHCECİK from Pixabay (Young boy memorising the Holy Quran)