An Exclusive Poem from Mia Stella for SiliconAfrica

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“Once the antic cold, you a land free of cold and horror, know your name is the evil incarnate.

Your children are the refugees in the World searching for a prosperity that never ends, by hopping to become what the Western World calls civilized.

Woyzeck is the one who stays in Africa, an ordinary farmer from Ethiopia; a Nomad from Mauritania; A Maasai from Tanzania. Forced by globalization they are turned into donkey workers, for the country that they live in; their honest work for the government sake.

The governments are blinded by all the glitter and gold from Major Countries.
Only because who has the gold ain’t no more making the rules; but it is the Major companies that have managed to acquire the gold that count.

Blood diamond, blood oil, blood phones, blood chocolate. Blood everywhere for our consumer society.
Oh and we feel so sorry about it that we think we think we are saving the children? Aid Africa, Together 4 Africa, End Poverty in Africa charities. Will they really help? No they will not.

Charity is like, cutting the legs of a people and giving them wheelchairs.
Stop it please because it makes no sense at all. Our continent is a victim of the world community and our people endure the sorrow and have been mute for long time.

How we can heal the world when the entire system is based on oppression?
We need to heal the world; and make it a better place for you and me and the entire human race.
Without my voice, Africa, my beloved Africa you lost your face in the fire. But never mind, at least you did not lose your eyes. Your beautiful eyes that see that contentment is happiness; contentment is above wealth and that happiness consists in contentment.

Let us show the world your voice does matter; that your uniqueness is blessing but not a curse.

Dare to dream Africa.”

Mia Stella

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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of SiliconAfrica.com, Founder of Goodbuzz.net, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at mk@linkcrafter.com.

One Response to “An Exclusive Poem from Mia Stella for SiliconAfrica”

  1. Hank Wilson

    Stop believing, then you will know:

    God's Word is personified throughout nature, therfore, the word is of all forms, then it becomes one, and the word is not written by the hands of men, or is it spoken by men. Knowing God's word, it's to have "Right Knowledge." Look into your face, look into the face of another, look up on the heavens, breath in the air, smell the forest, the green grass fields, see the mountains, the moving sand dunes, walk on the ocean, and then hear and see all forms of life everywhere about you. Now, you know the word of God.

    Men are forever seeking their truths..however, God has hidden nothing!

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