Author Topic: Police in Kinshasa running away from protetsters  (Read 1654 times)

Jdog on: January 19, 2015, 18:24

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bencuri #1 on: January 23, 2015, 00:28

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Good news that people are rising and let their power be seen. However the problem is: this alone won't bring a change finally. It is a neccessary first step, but not enough, even if they mange to oust Kabila. No matter who gets into power, one man won't bring a change. Bacause until Congolese people doesn't know how to administer and manage a country properly, no matter who is in the leader's chair, the situation in the country won't be better. Until mismanagement characterizes the country leadership,  there is no hope for the change in the life circumstance of people.

Unfortunately this is a heritage of the colonial era. The result of the way the belgians governed. Though the majority of the population was black, a small group of belgians could keep them under their rule because only they knew how to administer and manage the life and economy of a modern country. They kept those key administrational positions for themselves, this was the key to their power. Finally the people rise up, they left, and all their propety landed in the hands of Africans, especially after the Zairization. But did it bring a change? No. Rather a decline. Now the situation is worse than it was 50 years ago. And this is because though they handed over what they created to Congolese people, they didn't teach them how to "use those" things. The class of the society that was in charge to administer and manage that "property" went missing when they left the country after the independence, and this gap is still unfilled even today.  As if the driver left a train in motion and all the passengers were travelling on a vehicle they cannot control, because they weren't taught how to drive the train, they were only taught how to travel on it.

What Congolese do as management and administration can only be considered an "improvization" at best, but it is by far not a proper knowledge. And until the people of Congo don't make efforts to train a bunch of people on foreign universities for proper administration, the country won't recover from its ruins. It is not enough that there are businessman, that is only for the economy. People need to be trained for other segments of country management, too. This is how its done in Europe, and if Congo wants a better future, this is how it must happen there. Until then, no matter who is the president, if his staff mismanages things, nothing will change. This caused the decline of Zaire and this will prevent the developement in the future too. If people in Congo don't try to make efforts to change this situation, they will always be running after the modern countires of Europe, but will never reach that social wealth and satisfaction, no matter what minerals are in the soil of the country. Minerals guarantee only money, but not knowledge for proper management. Without that, the money is just flowing away.
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Jdog #2 on: January 23, 2015, 19:06

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You made some good points Bencuri, but for Congo to change its going to start from the the top and the top is that dictator called Joseph Kabila.
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princesab #3 on: January 24, 2015, 04:51

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The only problem is they are aiming the wrong part.

If you want to take Congovibes down (Go to its Host) and by joining Congovibes and threatening to bring it down.

Change begins from each person and group of protesters - JUST AS A REMAINDER (See what happened to Egypt and Libya).

IF YOU FEEL MY COMMENTS OFFEND YOU OR YOU DON'T LIKE THEM, DON'T SPEND TIME IN REPLYING ME, JUST TAKE ONE CD FROM YOUR INGETA ALBUM AND LISTEN.

bencuri #4 on: January 26, 2015, 21:21

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What do you mean exactly, Sab? I don't really understand what you mean by that "wrong part"?