Sustainable Solution for the Problem of Welkait and the surrounding
By Dejen Ras
Think about the race problem in America. The struggle for equality has never stopped. Just this week, the US Senate confirms Jackson as a first Black woman on U.S. Supreme Court. She remarked the following in her historic confirmation with a moving speech: 'We've made it. All of us.' We would like to give emphasis on the phrase, “All of Us.” She also quoted Maya Angelou and said, "I do so now while bringing the gifts my ancestors gave. I am the dream and the hope of the slave." She understood that she was the future of her ancestors. This is remarkable history for all humanity. It will resonate all over the world.
We humans, in our endeavor, to solve the problems we face; create new problems as well. The growth of our needs has created global warming, for example. The 21st-century humans are aspiring to solve this environmental problem in every part of the globe. We are looking for environmentally friendly solutions that are sustainable. The solution that is being proposed should be sustainable, which means a solution that will be able to stay over a period of time. We are not there but we are pursuing such a solution. Kudos!
If needed, the people who lived all their lives in that part of the country are there. They are able to give evidence of their inheritance. All the rebels who used to hide there have eaten, drunk, and got shelter from these people. There is no confusion on this matter. The only confusion arises when one comes and claims the land of others by force. And when the international body believe in and accept it as a fact by listening to the narrative of one side of the story.
Right now, you are not helping! You are meddling! So #NoMore Meddling in other countries in the name of human rights and so on!