A peoples’ cause with no ideology!

Is the current demand by the Ovaherero, Ovambanderu and Nama for the recognition by the government of the Federal Republic of Germany, that its predecessor government of the Imperialist Capitalist State of the Third Reich, committed genocide against their forebears, and to apologise and atone for such, namely pay reparations, based on any ideology or ought it to be based on any ideology? Yours Truly Ideologically is tempted to pose this question after some soul-searching, prompted by the retrogressive legacy Namibia’s liberation struggle, which, by the admission of those engaged in it, was not based on any ideology. Other than…
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Team Namibia, free market system shall never liberate the workers

Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro The National Equitable Economic Empowerment Bill (NEEEB), which is to see the implementation of the National Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework(NEEEF) seems to have reveal the true characters of some of the organisations in our society. One of them is none other than Team Namibia, which all along has been making the country believe it is there in the best interest of the country, Namibia, hence its name Team Namibia. However it is becoming clear that Team Namibia is more than meets the eye in terms of its broader interests in Namibia, particularly those of Namibian workers. From Team…
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How can capitalism be expected to deliver?

Yours Truly Ideologically-Eighth Instalment: Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro Yours Truly Ideologically, inaugurated with a broadside at local analysts for their hollow, empty and ideologically void verbiage on the management of state and/or governmental affairs, socio-economically, and also politically. Observing that for most the analytical verbiage has never posited the system in its proper ideological context, either way be it socialist-oriented , capitalist or a mixture of the two, as Namibia’s is proffered to be. For these analysts, the bottom line has been seemingly the non-delivery of the system. Ignoring the fundamental question: Deliver what, and who from what? Deliver the workers from…
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