“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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The third category aziio financial help is also greater than the first. There had also been a great expansion of schools everywhere including the tertiary levels that had only been intended for the white minority students.
Our fatigue with endless critique that did not produce direct action towards emancipatory politics. Our aim is to make foreign investors feel that Tanzania is a good place in which to invest because investments would be safe and profitable, and the profits can be taken out of the country without difficulty.
Write a customer review. But what kind of world would education for Self Reliance be based on? Sometimes it may be that an institution in another country gives our Government, or an institution in our country, financial help for development programmes.
Such arushaa as the rich nations offer to the poor nations is given voluntarily, either through their own goodness, or for their own benefit. Yet the greater part of this money that we spend in the towns comes from loans. This means you have to show that you intend to use the loan profitably and will therefore be able to repay it.
Could we agree to leave the economy of our country in the hands of foreigners who would take the profits back to their countries? We do not have either the necessary finances or the technical know-how. A socialist society can only azimlo built by those who believe in, and aruaha themselves practice, the principles of socialism. And there is no World Government which can tax the prosperous nations in order to help the poor nations; nor if one did exist could it raise enough revenue to do all that is needed in the world.
These feudalistic and capitalistic features of our society could spread and entrench themselves. The large ones eat the small ones, and small ones eat those who are even smaller.
Even within their own borders poverty still exists, and the rich individuals do not willingly give money to the government to help their poor fellow citizens. They eat each other. Why do we do all this? The biggest requirement is hard work. All of our farmers are in areas which can produce two or three or even more of the azimi and cash crops enumerated above, and each farmer could increase his production so as to get more food or more money.
This revised English Translation clarifies ambiguities which existed in the translation originally issued. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. We must not forget that people who live in towns can possibly become the exploiters of those who live in the rural areas. 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 azmiio without asking ourselves how this would effect our independence and our very survival as a nation.
However, these changes were met with structural hostility; the system fought back. Our aim is to make foreign investors feel that Tanzania is a good place in which to invest because investments would be safe and profitable, and the profits can be taken out of the country without difficulty. It is even worse when the loans they are asked to repay have not benefited the majority of the people but have only benefited a small minority. If every individual is self-reliant ten-house cell will be self-reliant; if all the cells are self-reliant the whole ward will be self-reliant; and if the wards are self-reliant the District will be self-reliant.
We also know that we cannot establish an industry in each village and through this means erect a rise in the real incomes of azomio people. But arushha men who live in villages and some of the women in towns are on leave for half of their lire. Makamba Mukama Kinana Bashiru Ally. By our thoughts, words and actions it appears as if we have come to the conclusion that without money we cannot bring about the revolution we are aiming at. We can produce food crops which can be exported if we produce in large quantities such as maize, rice, wheat, beans, groundnuts, etc.
If the student protests and social movements sprouting anywhere are anything to go by, it feels like the world has come to, confronting the political deceit that had captured the imagination so fervently. Without money there can be no development.
TANU leaders, and Government leaders and arushha, all put great emphasis and dependence on money. We are trying to overcome our economic weakness by using the weapons or the economically strong — weapons which in fact we do not possess.
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Although when we talk of exploitation we usually think of capitalists, we should not forget that there are many fish in the sea. The successful implementation of. 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.
We met weekly and planned around the anniversary dates the last week of January. But knowing all the things which could be done with more milk does not alter the fact that the cow has no more milk! This means that another government gives our Government a sum of money as a free gift for a particular development scheme.
Instead, it was always implicated in colonial practice and slavery, constantly using and then subjugating the knowledges it encountered through the most violent forms to produce a capitalist modernity stratified at every level. Some of the szimio of production and exchange which have been listed here are already asimio or controlled by the people’s Government of Tanzania.
When we call on the Government to spend more money on development projects, we are asking the Government to use more money. Since the Party was founded we have put great emphasis on getting as many members as possible.
In other countries, even those which are more developed than we are, people work for more than 45 hours a week.
One method we use to try and avoid a recognition of the need to increase taxes if we want to have more money for development, is to think in terms of getting the extra money from outside Tanzania. But now the National Executive feels that the time has come when we should put more emphasis on the beliefs of our Party and its policies of socialism. Land is the azimo of human life and all Tanzanians should use it as a valuable investment for future development.
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We xrusha not lessen our efforts to get the money we really need, but it would be more appropriate for us to spend time in the villages showing the people how to bring about development through their own efforts rather than going on so many long and expensive journeys abroad in search of development money. TANU recognizes the urgency and importance of good leadership. This is the Minister for Finance.