Power, suppression and trickling effect

Dear Editor

Re: Creating division in Samoa

Let’s break this down further.

1) Power and suppression has a trickling effect in any given groups whether you are a socialist, capitalist, Christian, atheist/agnostic, etc. 

Anybody who wields the power of data/information/metadata (i.e. includes studies, research, analyses, etc.) has the ability to move the argument within the confines of a given agenda. Precisely, why I cited Politics, Religion, and Media.

2) In the poor vs. rich “socialist” scenario that I intentionally phrased has to do with the “pitting” game of divide and conquer that is prevalent under socialist regimes, namely Marxism. Karl Marx didn’t care for the poor; he simply hated the rich and he used the “poor” to drive his wedge of hatred. This is the “skewed” narrative that is too often leveled on air based on the contrived data and the anticipated results.

3) I’m fully aware of studies coming out of the UN. Agenda 21 is one of them, which we are fighting tooth and nail to expose the “ROT” and “STENCH” seething from it.

4) Christianity and its affiliations/organizations have done fairly well throughout history in engaging and aiding the poor with their volunteerism and wealth of aid through various forms of community outreach.

5) Christ came through humbled beginnings in the most poorest of them all, and that message resonates in today’s understanding of charity, compassion, and aid for the poor. There are NO political motivations and aspirations that’ll ever dignify such pure form of LOVE than that of Christ.

We are well aware of studies and your supposed “cries” for the rich vs. poor. Unfortunately, it is a method of removing God out of the equation and allow your agenda to flow.

We understand you as “Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing!”


Nafanua Salamasina Muagututia

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