Don’t hurt the grass when hunting your elephant
WE SEE THE process as an elephant hunt where the grass will eventually suffer.
THE PROCESS WORRIES us because peace is yet to fully germinate; the people are yet to be economically born again while the government is yet in its embryonic stage.
IN THE FACE of all these the arrest of Taylor on the Liberian soil certainly excavates negative sensation than relaxing the minds; more heart troubling than peace of the heart and possible reappearance of wolves presently hiding in sheep’s clothing.
WE ARE CONCERNED about the possible hurdles and pray for the sleeping dog to lie because the rejuvenating grass needs time enough to grow, mature and bear fruits.
IN ORDER WORDS, let the peace thirsty people of war lacerated Liberia be given time to sigh air of relief, settle peacefully in their broken villages and towns and begin to define life in its truest sense as far as vibrant social, political and economic life is concerned.
LET THIS CLAIM the attention of all concerned because we believe the reconstruction and rehabilitation of Liberia as civilized nation state must take priority over all others else.