‘A living politics is not a politics that requires a formal education – a living politics is a politics that is easily understood because it arises from our daily lives and the daily challenges we face. It is a politics that knows that we have no water but that in fact we all deserve water. It is a politics that everyone must have electricity because it is required by our lives. That understanding – that there are no toilets but that there should be toilets – is a living politics. It is not complicated; it does not require big books to find the information. It doesn’t have a hidden agenda – it is a politics of living that is founded only on the nature of living. Every person can understand these kind of demands and every person has to recognize that these demands are legitimate.
S´bu Zikode – South African Activist living in a shack-township
Quote: ‘The value of nothing’ by Raj Patal pg. 142 For
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