ear they say...
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WATCHING THROUGH THE BIRD'S EYES
There must be no hesitation or manipulation of justice at this crucial point in time. The
healing of this nation is not a game; it’s not about winners or losers; it’s not about
looking out for personal interest. It is rather about ironing out the wrinkles in this broken nation of ours and giving it a face – a smiling, peaceful face to be proud of. Peace and stability are what we need to maintain but not at the expense of social justice. And only Liberians can make this happen if we focus on the maxim: “Let justice be done to all men”.
LET JUSTICE BE DONE TO ALL MEN...
Published August 25, 2009
THE LIBERIAN TRC HAVE SPOKEN, BUT THE RECOMMEDATIONS SHOCKED SOME
Published July 7, 2009
Justice is the way to lasting peace but must be transparent, credible, and available to all. Remember, its liberty and justice for all, not for some. Therefore, our quest for peace in Liberia will continue to be illusive until we recognize that the only solution to sustainable peace is the dispensation of equal social rights and justice.
THE TROUBLE WITH OUR POSTWAR LIBERIAN POLITICS
Let us erase violence from our minds as a means of solving our disputes. Moreover, it will be a catastrophe for anyone to destroy the gains made towards the peace process by turning back the wheel of time. Furthermore, it is prudent that we chart the right course while exercising patience for the final results of the presidential elections. And if we determine with clear evidence that the work of the commission was marked by fraud, then we will have grounds to protest the final results, and take our grievances to the Liberian Supreme Court for redress. Let us apply all legal means in resolving our disputes or dissatisfaction so as not to rein anarchy on the nation. The peace and stability of the republic is paramount than a mere victory pronounced by the National Elections Commission.
Published October 28, 2011
(In simple English)
Published January 7, 2012
It would have been better for the sake of credibility had the entire electoral process been delayed than to be carried out on a time table basis amidst transparent fraud. And the refusal on the part of the National Elections Commission to allowed local press to monitor the second round of voting speaks volumes about the fraudulent electoral process of 2011.
And so regardless of which side of the rope Liberians are pulling, the nation has been robbed of a democratic process and the leadership to be installed lacks credibility. Moreover, a fraudulent leadership is not capable of minimizing corruption, restructuring the justice system, or implementing the rule of law because the leadership is deemed illegal and therefore lacks the mandate to govern the republic.
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