It is this Generation to fix Barotseland's future; we can't wait for another to come – Mwangala, a Barotse National

16 February 2015
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Our grand fathers will have huge jubilation if our Might Freedom comes, while, we will set the future of our children's children straight, than what we have seen in 50 years of slavery under Zambia's rule.

We appreciate donor funded projects underway by the colonial master such as the water transport between Angola and Barotseland. However, let these not be maliciously mistaken or used to divert from the reality of our struggle to bring back our sovereignty.

We believe in “Right is might” while Zambia is chasing the blowing wind in the “Might is Right” view point.

We want our sovereignty to develop our country because we can't rely on a Foreign Government to develop our country, on mare slogans like “one Zambia one Nation.”

Why should some click reduce a territory to a province? Who is selfish here, and what's that behavior?

Surely should we be labeled selfish just because we are claiming what belongs to us after being disrespected, mismanaged, antagonized, arrested, tortured, maimed, killed and name it, for voicing out that something is wrong by not respecting us legally or our inalienable Right???

We should find a better word to describe Zambia's action on Barotseland, as ‘selfish’ isn't enough.

Enough is enough or should we add ‘enougher’ as there isn't such a word!

May Zambia come to the realization that the people of Barotseland want Nothing but INDEPENDENCE as BNC March 26-28, 2012 Resolutions implemented to exercise their Political, Social and Economical Right in accordance with the African Charter on Human and People's Right.

It doesn't make any sense for a step father to tell me to identify myself with him when my father has existed before him.

Barotseland has existed before Zambia therefore her nationals (Barotse) don't need to identify by a mare and Illegal referendum by a step father.

Mwangala, a Barotse National

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