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Pro-Mthwakazi politics won’t fly on the back of ineffective communication

Now that we have arrived at our belief of a successful pro-Mthwakazi movement not on the basis of proof but on the basis of what we find attractive, it is time to face up to the uncomfortable objective conclusion that there is some movement, but not enough to qualify for progress.

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Mthwakazi divided is Mthwakazi fallen

External enemies only become a significant risk when enemies within are allowed free reign, when chaos rules and internal security systems slacken, when main gates are left unlocked, doors and windows left unsecured as occupants fight over whose responsibility it is to secure the palace.

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Home, Independence, Mthwakazi Issues, Nonviolent resistance

Change approach: A participatory method the only way forward for Mthwakazi

A lesson to be retained by all freedom seekers – freedom is never free; people have to work for it. It is only when we start moving that we will feel the chains restricting us; if we want to be free, we must actively search for the keys and unlock the locks that are keeping us chained. We will claim ownership of our freedom; no single group has authority over us and we will let no one dictate the terms of our freedom; we will be a part of institutions meant to free us. Continue reading

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Why a positive foundation is essential for Mthwakazi political progress

As our suffering mounts, we realise that major adjustments are required for Mthwakazi to adequately respond to the experience. For political progress,a period of political neutrality must come to an end; we must take sides. Neutrality is a political haven for the oppressor not the victim.

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If double standards front Mthwakazi politics, freedom will be the loser

In colonial Zimbabwe people’s value became their skin colour, as in independent Zimbabwe people have become their tribe. Success and failure are subjectively defined; how good or bad an act is, is tied with the tribe that has committed it; for one tribe, crimes are those committed by the other tribe. Continue reading

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