Thetso e Kholo - Karolo ea II

 

E phatlalalitsoe la pele ka la 15 Pherekhong, 2008…

 
MOOKHO moloko ona o ntse o moeeng e thetsitsoe, le eona e thetsitsoe ka lintho tse bonahalang le nameng.

 

HLALEFANG LILEMO

Haufinyane tjena ke ne ke lutse tafoleng ntlong ea moholo, ke natefeloa ke moqoqo oa banna ba baholo ba 'maloa. Ba ne ba bua ka hore na ba boloka lijo joang mariha polasing ha e sa le bana. Ha ke mametse lipale tsa bona, ke ile ka chabela… meloko e 'maloa ea ho qetela ha ba tsebe letho hore na ba ka phela joang ba le bang!

Re lahlile bohlale ba mengoaha, ra ithuta ra ba ra fetela molokong o mong ho ea molokong o mong lilemo tse sekete. Tsebo eo ea ho aha, ho tsoma, ho lema, ho holisa, ho kotula… e, ho phela—ntle le thuso ea mahlale-li se li felile bakeng sa boholo ba Moloko X le meloko e latelang lefatšeng la Bophirimela.

 

MOEKETSI MOHAPI

Don’t get me wrong—I’m not against progress. But there is something ominous about the current situation. In the Western world, we live on the grid. That is, we depend entirely upon the state or corporations to provide us electricity and heat (or power for air conditioning.) Furthermore, we depend upon “the system” for our food and most of our material things. Few of us actually provide for ourselves from our own resources, something most generations did to some degree up until this past generation.

What would happen if suddenly the power went out for good, due to war, natural disaster, or other means? Our appliances would cease to work, and therefore, our methods of cooking. Our means of keeping warm through electric or natural gas heating would cease (which could mean life or death for those in northern countries). Even heating our large homes with a fireplace would be difficult, except for the room the fireplace is in. Our factories would cease to produce goods we depend upon, for example, things as simple as toilet paper. Grocery shelves would be emptied within a week as people would rush stores to horde what they can. And never mind material goods; stores like North America’s “WalMart” would become virtually empty since most everything is “E entsoe chaena,” and shipping and transportation lines would be down as most fuel supply stations depend upon electricity to pump fuel. Our own personal transportation would be severely limited as well. And machines to make medications that many people depend upon would cease. How long would water continue to reach our towns and cities?

Lethathamo le ea. Ha ho thata ho bona hore sechaba se ka senyeha kapele. Leholiotsoana Katrina le butse mahlo a ba bangata… microcosm ea se etsahalang ha meralo ea motheo e putlama.

Nakong e fetileng, ka pelong ea ka ke ile ka bona libaka tse ngata li laoloa — eseng ke mapolesa le mebuso — empa li laoloa ke likenke. It would be the fruit of anarchy, every man to his own… until “someone” comes to the rescue.

Satane a ka nka lihlomo tse tšosang ho feta tsa thetso — a ka ipata - a ka leka ho re eka linthong tse nyane, mme ka hona a suthise Kereke, eseng kaofela ka nako e le ngoe, empa hanyane ka hanyane boemong ba eona ba 'nete… Ha re na le itihela lefats'eng 'me re ts'ireletse ts'ireletso ho lona,' me re tele boipuso le matla a rona, joale [Mohanyetsi oa Kreste] a ka re tlela ka khalefo ho fihlela Molimo a mo lumella. -Molimo John Henry Newman, Thuto ea IV: Ho Hlorisoa ha Mohanyetsi oa Kreste

 

TSIETSO E KGOLO… QALO

Haufinyane naheng ea Venezuela, naha e aparetsoeng ke pefo ea botlokotsebe, Mopresidente Hugo Chavez o lekile ho hlahisa liphetoho tse fetohang tsa molaotheo tse ka beng li mo file matla a bompoli, a fallisetsa naha ho puso ea bososhiale. O lumelletse naha ho khetha ka lintlafatso ka tsela ea referendum.

It was easily defeated, right? The people clearly saw the dangers of these reforms, correct? Wrong. The reforms were narrowly defeated 51 to 49 percent. It is startling to see in our day and age of “democracy” hoo batho ba bangata ba neng ba ikemiselitse ho fallela pusong ea bohatelli. Tlalehong e le 'ngoe ea litaba, motšehetsi oa pro-Chavez o ile a tsamaea literateng, a re ho moqolotsi oa litaba ea lipakeng:

Ho thata ho amohela sena, empa Chavez ha a re lahla, o tla lula a le teng bakeng sa rona. -Associated Press, La 3 Tšitoe 2007; www.msnbc.msn.com

Batho ba ikemiselitse ho bolokeha ka litšenyehelo tsohle, ho bonahala, esita le litšenyehelo tsa tokoloho ea bona, ha feela ba ikutloa ho batla ho bolokehile.

Is this generation being duped into accepting a “savior”, even one who will extract its freedoms, for the sake of food and security, particularly in the event of a societal breakdown? When the economy collapses and even the infrastructure due to the events which are coming, where will those souls turn whose greatest skills are how to play computer games, download music, and text message with one hand on a cellphone?

Na joale ha re utloisise hore na hobaneng Mme oa rona ea hlohonolofalitsoeng a lla? Empa hape ke lumela hore meea e mengata e ntse e ka pholosoa ho eona Thetso e Khōlō

Leholimo le moralo. Re tlameha ho kopa Ntate oa rona ho re fa bohlale le temoho ea thato ea hae bakeng sa maphelo a rona, hobane…

…My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. (Hos 4: 6)

 

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