“Utekelezaji wa azimio la Arusha”: hotuba ya rais kwa Mkutano Mkuu wa Tanu, Mwanza, tarehe 16 Oktoba, Responsibility: Julius K. Nyerere. Language. Kabla ya kuanza kazi hii nimehisi nahitaji kusoma Falsafa ya AZIMIO LA ARUSHA, Nimekutafuta kitabu hicho sijakipata kushangaza. Get this from a library! Mafunzo ya Azimio la Arusha na siasa ya TANU juu ya ujamaa na kujitegemea.. [TANU (Organization). Idara ya Elimu ya Siasa.].
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Money, and the wealth it represents, xzimio the result and not the basis of development. Between money and people it is obvious that the people and their hard work are the foundation of development, and money is one of the fruits of that hard work. This fact should always be borne in mind, for there are various forms of exploitation.
The greater portion of financial help we expect to get from outside is not in the form of gifts or charity, but in the form of loans. And even if we azimoo get the necessary assistance, dependence on it could interfere with our policy on socialism.
Likewise, nobody should be allowed to loiter in towns or villages without doing work which would enable him to be self-reliant without exploiting his relatives. Sometimes it may be that an institution in another country gives our Government, or an institution in our country, financial help for development programmes.
For education remained elitist; inducing a sense of inferiority and superiority as well as a fundamentally class structured society. After a gruesome year, exhausted from fighting the leviathan that is University Bureaucracy and living through the death of a dream at the Makerere Institute for Social Research some of uswe were in urgent need of political solace.
The parts of our Five-Year Development Plan which are on target, or where the target has been exceeded, are those parts which depend solely upon the people’s own hard work. A foreign government or a foreign institution, such as a bank, lends our Government money for the purposes of development. We spoke about our personal brutal encounters with the system. However, by the directive changed and the process was declared compulsory with the resulting exploitation by state monopolies devastating the villagization process.
If one calls on the Government to spend more, one is in effect calling on the Government to increase taxes. It is even worse when the loans they are asked to repay have not benefited the majority of the people aruusha have only benefited a small minority. All of our farmers are in areas which can produce two or three azimil even more of the food and cash crops enumerated above, and each farmer could increase his production so as to get more food or more money.
Even if there was a nation, or nations, prepared to give us all the money we need for our development, it would be improper for us to accept such assistance without asking ourselves how this would effect our independence and our very survival as a nation. Write a customer review.
We read the Sessional Paper no. Such money as the rich nations offer to the poor nations is given voluntarily, either through their own goodness, or for their own benefit. The principles of our policy of self-reliance go hand in hand with our policy of socialism. These feudalistic and capitalistic features of our society could spread and entrench themselves.
It is stupid for two reasons. All of our farmers are in areas which can produce two or three or even more of the food and cash crops enumerated above, and each farmer could increase his production so as to get more food or more money. As Issa Shivji argues in his paper on Nationalism and Pan-AfricanismNyerere responded to the expanding capitalist regime that the nation state seemed to automatically enforce by producing a different version of the state.
This is true The day when we have lots of money we shall be able to say we are a developed country. Every TANU and Government leader must be either a peasant or a worker, and should in no way be associated with the practices or wrusha or feudalism.
We think and speak as if the most important thing to depend upon is MONEY and anything else we intend to use in our struggle is of minor importance. We have put too much emphasis on industries.
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The urgency was real, and lla did just that. Had they waited for money, they would not now have the use of these things.
Likewise, nobody should be allowed to loiter in towns or villages without doing work which would enable him to be self-reliant without exploiting his relatives. Nobody should go and stay for a long time with his relative, doing no work, because in doing so he will be exploiting his relative. We can put the capitalists and feudalists on one side, and the farmers and workers on the other.
This revised English Translation clarifies ambiguities which existed in the translation originally issued. We have even passed an Act of Parliament protecting foreign investments in this country.
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That elective democracy was farce arushs it was never going to change our lived realities, as we see it in Kenya. Even though we reflected on Azimio la Arusha, Education for Self-Reliance with reference to Kenyan history and context, the person of Nyerere loomed large, punctuating every other debate and proposition. Because of our emphasis on money, we have made another big mistake.