The slave who demands better treatment from his master maintains his condition more than he revokes it. If he only begins to pray, he perpetuates it. But for our people, some only pray, others wait. In this state, our advanced conditioning can only keep us exploitable and workable at will. Let's break our chains! "Roland Lwaboshi
Young people, we call ourselves strength, hope and responsible for families, communities, Kongo and Africa to rebuild. But who really knows what we have deep inside us, what is hidden behind our appearances? Is it the soul of the brave, of a responsible husband or wife, of just and committed citizens, or is it that of an accomplice, a greedy, an assassin or an executioner who hides behind our appearances?
Today, indifferent, egocentric, habitual opportunists and atavistic materialists, we have strength against and against our own, indifference to honor, to dignity, to humanity, to true love, that it has become rare to find people sacrificed for others, who live by themselves for others and not by others for themselves! Sad fate!
“A nation that produces stupid men day by day buys its own spiritual death on credit.” Pastor Martin Luther King
Our pastors, priests and "shepherds" speak to us from heaven, anesthetize our people, channeling their anger towards a tomorrow of misunderstood bliss instead of leading them towards the struggle for dignity, life, freedom as we were told. Christ, by making his anger a ferment of revolution.
I hate these people. To hang, and all to hell, as long as they profane the Gospel of Life and make it a gospel of resignation. Liberation theology or close all the shops, and the misunderstood Christ will find his true apostles.
#drc: The greatest challenge of national construction is at the level of imaginations or "mental ecosystems". To save the DRC, it is necessary to build a personal and collective imagination as well as relations freed from colonial ideologies, fanaticisms of all kinds, the culture of mediocrity, and all the generally oppressive and exploitative toxic stuffings including those deeply indecent of the religions of resignation, parties and politicians, tribes and ethnicities, and the complex of race and place. We need a real Religion of the Fatherland, around a national ideal, a program, and people who give themselves for it. Everyone should then align their commitment around this ideal. The national novel will then be written, and the DRC and Africa will shine with a thousand lights!