Where dwells our fate! The so-stagnant stalemate within Togo benefits no-one, almost. When people decry, one is to ear [SIC] the echoes of the crying souls. Two tugs stare angrily at each other. The winner takes it all—we, the people of Togo, echo no injustice along with our fateful wills. The people of Togo speak and spew the regime of Gnassingbe. There is a flare-up, every so often. As the militia's heart hardens, evil-commanded will fire at all cost; the cost, penniless, fortifies us. To our understanding, the iron-seated regime has the fate of Togolese in their bloody hands.
The regime is hardened to the cries of its people. We MUST retaliate with mushroom marches. The firing rifles and the artillery barrages make us believe that negotiating with the crooks and cronies is not an option for our freedom. We march to dislodge the regime and kaput it from the ground up.
As over and over, as ever, there are deaths. An add-on to those thousands who lost their lives so-tragically in the fight for freedom in Togo. The past moves us not to surrender. Nor is the current status-quo a lesson learned. Beyond, nothing moves. Nothing is archived until something is achieved. The RPT-UNIR utterly pointless resistance to grasping power is the confrontation that we must resolve through the unified resistance of Togolese.
Game theory, as explained by Thomas Schelling, "Two or more individuals have choices to make, preferences regarding the outcomes, and some knowledge of the choices available to each other and of each other's preferences. The outcome depends on the choices that both of them make. There is no independently 'best' choice that one can make; it depends on what the others do." Henceforth, we will not compromise any longer. They will maximize their gains in all things - negotiations.
Individuals, groups, states, and other entities negotiate for various reasons: to resolve conflict, to gain an advantage, to achieve amicable relations, to maintain peace and avoid war. Successful negotiations often result when the parties operate on basic principles of fairness, good faith, trust, honesty, integrity, and a commitment to promoting mutual benefit and satisfaction for a win-win outcome. Nevertheless, none of these parameters apply to zero-sum games. Purification roots in negotiating to resolve conflicts, gain purity not punitive, achieve win-win, uphold peace, avoid social warfare, and so on.
The regime RPT-UNIR, fearing to lose authority and face, refuses to relinquish power – pan-holding for further talks. Let those demeaning talks become the game for the gilet-orange. We, Togolese, argue, quite correctly, that negotiating with evil-corrupts is no longer be an option. Enough! Lives have been lost and disrupted. We must get what is asked for. Faure Gnassingbe and his cronies must speed up their kaput.
Within our memories, so much for the past lives in us; yes, it is the unbalanced power separating us from the cronies. The wasteful confrontation amidst the bullets that graze us fear us not. What separates the RPT-UNIR and its cronies -- the gilets orange -- from the peasant Togolese hangs ghosts-like, ready to explode. As the regime of Gnassingbe casts a terrible repellant over us, we urgently request to defeat for we gnash no longer.
As we grow tighter and unified, the regime seals our fates. The winner takes it all. The thousands of Togolese on streets are determined. We are determined not to entrench. We will not budge. Indeed, in the birded-minds of the cronies, deals are being fetched and hatched. Surely.
Time is the essence to showcase the crooks are grown up.
Can the status-quo, stalemate come to an end? Obviously, yes. It's fading; it's ending. Nothing lasts for long-ever.
As Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem, Ozymandias tells us more;
I met a traveler from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand,
Half sunk, a shatter'd visage lies, whose frown
And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamp'd on these lifeless things,
The hand that mock'd them and the heart that fed.
And on the pedestal these words appear:
"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"
Nothing beside remains: round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare,
The lone and level sands stretch far away.
Yes, empires crumble. Fury regimes do fall—iron-kingdoms dust as the suffering soul's pains endure. The people of Togo remain robust. Far more united than before. The crooks have bird intelligence. The cronies murkily share some traits. Their stubbornness and inflexibility to shoot and kill, and secretiveness in blooding as they thirst must end -- the vampires adore quailing.
Unbeknown to them, our deep-seated bitterness drives us on-shore. No armored-gun can move us an inch. All we require is political will. We are determined to end the stalemate and put the past behind us. We now know that our painstaking anger is up and soon to be over. Let it therefore end. Yes, it must end now before further suffering is inflicted on the land of our forefathers. Slanting us is only a good beginning --there is no need for a timetable. We only request the regime to fade deep out-off our mighty land.
As the regime vows blasphemies upon the recent appeal from church leaders, the delusional political posturing and showmanship at their best are a foolhardy misunderstanding and underestimation of the power of God. The crony dictatorship regime is clueless of the creator of the Universe. Evil-doing amounts their bird-mind. We must stave off the total collapse because the RPT-UNIR regime clings to power even when the life support of the peasant Togolese runs out. They will not relinquish power. Moreover, if push comes to shove, they will shovel to the last second to defend their Potemkin Village.
They are living one day at a time.
The inexorable finish-line and withering away of the RPT regime, once a cakewalk to power for Faure Gnassingbe, has now hastened its bitter departure from earth. As Togolese dust for their freedom, we grave-dig more in-depth Faure Gnassingbe regime.
Frederick Douglass once laid it, "Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without plowing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its many glasses of water. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may be both. Convincingly, it must be a struggle we now vow to confront. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will."
Togolese are no longer emotional; we are cerebral. Just to be crystal clear, there is nothing wrong with walking to our freedom. The massacres and raging against RPT-UNIR crimes against humanity is the mantra that irons us.
Be it; some minutes go out to misEvil Cinamon Lawless, the goddess of intraniette [SIC] as she is skilled in fairy tales. Apeer [SIC] than all apes, she must have been taught some shameful old tricks that no longer work. Her rushy ass, a piece of rag on fire, is still the asshole I have since thought to be. Time and time, she is still the ape, noonering [SIC] at daylights. Cutting off internet services is what one calls resentment; drinking a teaspoon of poison and hoping it will kill us. The goose's good is the gander's good. Keep it in mind, miss-mess.
Einstein states: "If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes."
We know what the issue is - defrauded election. The power of God has prevailed, and Togolese has come to choose Dr. Agbeyome Messan Kodjo to be in the driver seat. Let be - the Power of God.
For us, we've spent over 50 years canonizing on RPT-UNIR rough-rag regime. Our answer echoes our sole determination to grab the regime RPT-UNIR to offshore. It must come to be true. In the end, what matters is not the size of the armored-guns. What truly matters is what we mutter. It's the courage to confront the oppressor. We are determined to free-up the chuckles to boredom. Togolese are change-hungry and thirsty.
By: Ben Djagba
Togo - TO BE DASHED & SLANTED: Faure Gnassingbe -- Winnie, The Flu