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31-May-2011  
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Moon walking, by its brother inventor Wacko or imitated by the football prince, can be fascinating. So much unlike that is the recent moon talking about the motherland which turned out to be disconcerting. Of course, a moon man coming from the moon or preacher moon land may not know much about the motherland.

Such moon men, though, get briefed by their local stars. And one would expect that with a motherland whose people are no strangers to the moon man’s operations, he would know how to talk and not just moon talk.

Someone should have told him the motherland is living with the pain of a waste caused by some 40,000 stray votes, votes cast by no one that I know and 40,000 votes which have saddled the motherland with talk, talk, grab, grab congress of do-littlers. Any association of such do-little with what is best in Africa is sacrilegious do-little talk which must not be allowed to pass without comment.

The congress of the do-little has done so little that the economy is fatally slowed. The slowing is so serious that the motherland’s overall growth and development has dipped to unparalleled low levels. Shockingly, all the slowing is happening in the wake of the largest ever cocoa, gold and oil earnings which are now filling the national coffers.

No best African leader will sit by and preside over such filled national kitty leaking into mansion grabbing and nomination spending while school feeding and other pro-poor spending are drastically reduced. An equally pro-poor health insurance must not haemorrhage in this condition of cash everywhere you turn.

As for us non-congress citizens of this motherland, we are not any small people. We may temporarily be ruled by small, small congresspeople. But we are big people. The first black president of the moon man’s council that is supposed to secure the world was of this motherland.

Remember before the moon man, immediately before to be precise, we of this motherland had produced our own world number one citizen. We own the African millennium man. And we have Asamoah Gyan, he who can throw away a penalty goal on behalf of an entire continent and break millions of hearts on the continent and friends and admirers beyond.

When a scribe moon descends from a preacher moon’s land, oblivious of the do-little rulers that the motherland is saddled with, he is likely to talk and sound like a do-little by characterizing the do-little as mother Africa’s best.

Yet anyone who speaks what is not well about the motherland better watch himself lest he should be brought down by a Delila Eve as happened with the worldwide bank and monetary bosses who conspired with the comprador congress to belittle the motherland’s economy. How unfair to Osono Kokroko, who with his dedicated women and men laboured day and night to liberate the motherland from the grip of the two economy enslaving bodies.

Those who dare toy with belittling this our God chosen motherland would incur the wrath of a liberating woman. This friend who usually gives me tea (not the one taken by the presidency’s konom tea people) when I send my south-south bothersome vehicle to the workshop where she works is actually called Nafisa (truncated Nafissatou Strauss-Kahn). She has a lot of attributes that can help do the undoing of great men of little character.

As for the newspaper that printed that moon dog born best African leader story, it is rumoured that it has been afflicted by the congress do-little. It is described as the best-selling in the motherland; but some say it is wrongly so because all the ministries, departments and agencies your tax money and my tax money are used to fund in addition to the metropolitan, municipal, and district assemblies of the same funding source are compelled to buy it.

By deduction, if all the MDAs, MMDAs and publicly funded parastatal organizations were not forced to buy it, a few other buyers among my compatriots, especially the teachers with the mite of spine, will buy it. If that happened, it would become a sell-little and not highest selling newspaper.

Some moon things are not the most positive. Among the not so positive moon things are moonlighting and mooning. Moonlighting involves stealing some time from the job one is employed to do to work elsewhere to earn extra money. Mooning is exposing the backside bare at public functions – no mention of Vandal action here.

To the paper’s embarrassment, everyone, including the congress beneficiaries is denying there was ever any such moon talk as named a best leader of Africa. In times past, people of journalism knowledge would have suggested someone planting the story. That would be sad; that is, my compatriots spending money to buy stories not with authentic news sources but planted.

By Kwasi Ansu-Kyeremeh
 
 
 
Source: Kwasi Ansu-Kyeremeh/D-Guide
 
 

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