If what you have heard, seen, and touched, didn't please you during this FK-Norway exchange program, then don't trust your eyes and ears anymore, close and forget about them. Many years I used to hear, listened over the radio and read in newspapers about the word democracy. But now I have seen, touched and tested its goodness and I liked it and also I need it.
And I'm extremely hungry of democracy and I don't like to leave Norway without knowing about it. I want to tell the world that we are fed-up with Military leadership in my country which is characterised by brutal and arrogant behaviours, corruption, unacceptable hardship, poverty, and unnecessary killing day and night where innocent women and children lost their dignity and human race in developing countries. People are treated like second class citizens; they have no right and voices to talk to government. All countries under military leadership strengthen corruption instead of people and the poor people become "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" that means they are not the interest of government, they survive for the mercy God. Government can remember them when they need to collect taxes from them only.
Therefore, I had two sleepless nights asking myself how I can tell to my government that I have seen, touched and tested democracy in Norway during my exchange program. And which language, tone and phrase will they understand to accept and invite democracy in the country because democracy is like enemy in most developing countries. We want to say enough is enough for military leadership and we need democracy to bring peace.
We need those countries whose ambassadors are in Norway to go and tell his people about freedom they are enjoying. Otherwise it is meaningless to stay in democratic country while you have military leadership. However, I can't express all my feelings; I wish I'm an ambassador in this country.
Although we have no power but we have skills, tools and capacity to express our voice, needs, feelings and alert the media. Each and every word that utter will be not just catching public eyes but also capture attention. To achieve democracy in developing countries collective effort is needed. Then all the Fk-Norway participants should act like very powerful catalysts or stimulants to get rid of military leadership .As we have got light to see through the night it is now time to spot light.
Allow your body to rest but let the brain work to get solutions for taking democracy in your country
I therefore dedicated the below song to all the FK-Norway staffs and participants.
Milla Elizeous John