Friday, 2 June 2017

What To Do If You Want Complete Independence by Tapang Ivo Tanku

If you "want" independence "now, now, now," and "nothing but complete independence," Pa Ben Muna has challenged you to:


1. Seize it and not "demand, want, beg" it.
2. Fund arms struggle and not conferences and rallies.
3. Focus on violent ground games and not politics abroad.

Do these three and you will see an immediate change. Until then, what we have been doing are Federalists strategies: non-arms struggle; boycotts; ghost towns; civil disobedience; awareness campaigns; etc.

I stand with Dr. E. Akwanga's arms-struggle strategy for direct independence now, now, now.

I stand with Tapang Ivo Tanku's strategy for indirect independence through a two-state Federal system of EQUAL STATUS and with a POWER ALTERNATION DEAL.
What To Do If You Want Complete Independence by Tapang Ivo Tanku
There are only two steps towards advocacy for change:

1. Speaking out.
2. Taking action.

Since 1961, we have been speaking and speaking and speaking. Change is already common knowledge even to kids as I speak. We have exceeded that critical mass for awareness. Now, it is time for action. What kinds of action?

a. Arms struggle and massive fund raise to Dr. Akwanga and his team?

Or

b. Ghost towns, boycotts and civil disobedience and its entire package that comes with them.

I speak hard facts and practical facts. Ben is not traitor. He is a father pushing the kids to the extreme to see what they can do to liberate a nation - what they tried and age caught up with them.

General Ivo.
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