Anti Jane Ansah Demos: Silence Isn’t The Answer

Malawians, are you going to remain silent?

First they threw stones and tree branches, and picketed Capital Hill.
And I did not speak out, because I was not a civil servant.

Then they attacked Malawi police officers. And I did not speak out, because the police have resources and are trained to protect themselves.

Then they set up illegal road blocks, terrorized drivers and demanded illegal toll fees. And I did not speak out, because I was not a driver.

Then they cursed and injured those from the southern region, destroyed their property and demanded they ‘go home’. And I did not speak out, because I was not a southerner.

Then they undressed and beat up a female police officer, they insulted the modesty of a woman. And I did not speak out, because I was not a woman.

And then they came and attacked me. And there was no one left to speak for me and protect me.

I died of my inaction, and so would Malawi lose all it used to be so proud of.

Masile Une Wawo,
Mdyomba Che Ambute.

5 Responses to "Anti Jane Ansah Demos: Silence Isn’t The Answer"

  1. christopher   August 15, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    Those who will be reading the above article know that it has been written by Dpp cadet.. Malawi will collapse because of Mayi madando…

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  2. Jackson   August 15, 2019 at 2:40 pm

    Palbe chimene mukulankhula Ansah must just resign

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  3. TOSH   August 16, 2019 at 11:26 am

    olemba article iyi ndi idiots cadets who always writes unbased things

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  4. african beliefs   August 17, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    why should ansah fall? whether the writer is a dpp cadet or not the truth is those backing chilima, mtambo, chakwera, sembereka, mayaya and nyembanyemba idiots don’t want to accept the reality of the situation that the president is chosen through the ballot and they have lost. always trying to pat themselves on the back for a job not well done. this is the very same reason we are still lagging behind in almost all the fields because for our failure we don’t want to accept it but, rather finding a stupid excuse by either blaming a teacher, an old person, mfiti, a referee or mec chair. the only big guys are dpp gurus who never wasted their time blaming anybody for their humiliation loss in the hands of mcp which saw dictator chakwera and unruly youth league including the media pocking fun on their nose-5:1. they are foul smelly trash that always torture others for a mere loss including those that voted for them. do they want to install fear in us? to hell with their foolish thinking and we will never backdown no matter what. they lost, they lost no question about it. in a democracy no one can force anybody to vote for them. we vote for performance and manifesto and somehow personality fall into play. chakwera has been demonstrating autocratic trends and establishing himself to be fearful-this is what made me not to vote for him. his backing of cashgate mafias and a wrong choice on the running mate sealed my hate for him dispite nkhoma’s late interventions to help their fellow dictator attain the noninoni seat. the police have been humiliated and tortured and yet they are the very same guys we go for whenever a form of criminal act has happened to us. for instance brainless mtambo enjoyed the harrassment and torture of our police caused by his backers and now some of those that suffered a great deal in the hands of mtambo and that felt our justice backs their ransacking possibly for the fear of unknown, have retaliated to mtambo and where exactly will this big fool go to complain for a criminal investigation: the military, the police or the internation community? sometimes acting childish is not only foolish and stupid but, as good as a kicking semiconscious horse in a steel iron cage.

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  5. educated witches   August 17, 2019 at 4:32 pm

    some african idiologies are fascinating and interestingly even the so called educated people still bow down to them. we seek refuge in blame game when running away from a chilly defeat and failure. it seems our acquired instinct is built on superstion and we have strong belief that failure and defeat are not part of us but are rather brought by someone: failing an exam=either bewitched or a teacher failed us, poor harvest=theft by magic, losing a football match=anatipininga, business collapse=okawa, losing an election= ansah has rigged. however there are so many factors that can cause to all these problems but, we choose not to thoroughly investigate them and institute an appropriate action. indeed this is one of the major factor that make us trailing behind because even at work we don’t want to think and instead busy like little bees looking for stupid excuses to make ourselves holy. this acquired instinct make us to be dull and very lazy people and yet our human resource help in the building of great empires in slavery era. Stop premitive thinking and be a problem solver. Jane is clean and is a wonderful woman wamva chakwera and chilima. It seems these guys seek help from a witch. Remember GOD bless humans with knowledge and understanding which we are chosing not to use.

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