THE previous constitution amendment and the Swapo leadership´s behaviour thereafter is a clear indication of unhealthy state of affairs in which this country is forced into by those who have the intention to turn this country into a one-party-state and therefore a dictatorship state.
It is becoming clearer that the Swapo leaders are not democratic but dictators in democratic uniforms.
Very often now, we hear Swapo leaders uttering or hallucinating war threats and accusing the youth of disturbing peace and stability in Namibia while, in fact, it is them (the Swapo leaders) who are the ones disturbing peace and stability in this country as they behave as if they are above the law.
The statement by the President of the Republic of the Namibia Hage Geingob in New Era 15 April this year to the deputy ministers that, “You disagree, you leave” is choking development in Namibian politics and can only be described as intimidating and dictatorial.
Moreover, the attempt to deny the youth their constitutional right to demonstrate on the 16th June 2016 against the building of a new parliament by inspector general Sebastian Ndeitunga was another disturbing undemocratic move we should bear in mind. One wonder are leaders of Swapo above the law or are we all equal before the law?
Nevertheless, the most dangerous and naked exposer of all was the act of the minister of education Katrina Hanse Himarwa who made herself a laughing-stock by taking freedom in her own hands to amend the Constitution by changing the school holiday and forced learners and teachers to attend school on a holiday in order to prevent them to participate in a demonstrate because she is against the people’s democratic rights. And now we have to ask ourselves as to who is disturbing peace in this country?
Swapo leaders in this country are doing disturbing things. They are discriminating non Swapo members when it comes to employment. They are stealing the country’s wealth, enriching themselves and letting the majority of their people rot in poverty and languish in shacks. Is that not disturbing peace and stability enough in this country?
Swapo government is discriminating former freedom fighters who were innocently imprisoned by them (Swapo leadership) to access war veteran money. Is that not disturbing peace and stability in this country?
The discrimination of ex-Swatf and Koevoet on the basis of war veteran status is a clear disturbance of peace and stability in this country.
Namibia will not be turned into an animal farm where some animals will be more equal than others. If Swapo leaders and the president of this country think that Namibians have no balls to fight for their rights and to defend their constitutional rights, then they are wrong. We are all equal before the Law!
Swapo´s propaganda should cease. It is often that Swapo leaders tell the public that if the public does not support Swapo then the war will come back. That is malicious propaganda. Who is going to war with who? Swapo? With her own people because the Swapo leaders do not want to lose power? Possibly! The Namibian people do not wish another war. Therefore Swapo must stop scary propaganda in order to force people into silence. Jungle laws should not be allowed to apply in this country. Before the Constitution amendment, I warned the parliamentarians not to satisfy the constitutional change which was done in favour of individual interests. Now I can see clearly that we are moving towards a dangerous future. Therefore dictators should not be allowed to put agenda in this country.
Keshi Pelao Nathanael
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