United in Silence and Protest

It’s a common mistake made by almost all in developing countries that their problems are more complex than others, the solutions are more difficult, no one understands them, everyone is out to get themand no one cares for them. Well, maybe the latter is more often true than the other sentiments.

This is based on my own experience, anecdotal evidence and my readings of research. Who am I? Not an expert or a (wannabe) politician, just an ordinary person.

…..Just like all other ordinary persons (everyone basically who have been on the streets across many countries for seemingly different but essentially te same fundamental reasons….

Don’t take my word for it. Read an interesting long-view of protests across the world here

While written back on July 1, 2013, it holds the mirror to deelopments since and contains food for thought for a constructive and peaceful future.

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