Noo, there is nothing wrong with staying in another country while advocating for a separate lesotho. I just wanted to hear your views so that it bocomes clear to me whether the people who are leaving outside Lesotho wish for a separate Lesotho because they still aspire to live in lesotho in the future to help her prosper or its just for a feeling that they come from an independent Lesotho, which they might never live at.<quoted text>
Me personally I don't live in RSA nor Lesotho. I live in UK but Lesotho is my home and always will be. I benefit from Lesotho being there and Lesotho benefits from me sending money home so we are all winners in the end. I don't believe Lesotho should be part of any individual state. Should southern africa become one large state with free movements of goods and services and labour then Lesotho should join...only if it benefits Lesotho...and if it doesn't there is no point joining. As for joining RSA...it really is not in our best interest to do so...both economically and politically. Indeed RSA has economic muscles but the people of RSA are not yet enjoying the benefits so why would the basotho people benefit. we have got a lot of water which we sell to RSA even though we did not get a fair....(they should have made it conditional on every Lesotho household having water and RSA would have done it as the population is small)... the world is now moving into a digital age lesotho should try going into it and stop trying to rely on subsiustence farming and RSA and we can do it too. Anyway I am getting sidetracked here. Yes I am reaping the benefits of being in the UK and Lesotho is my home but there is nothing wrong with that is there?
Ke thabela ha u hlakisitse hore u mpa u hapa likhomo feela, tseo u li romelang hae.
Ke thabela maikutlo a hao tabeng ena,'me nka thabela le a ba bang.