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Friday, May 23, 2008

This Stupid thing called XENOPHOBIA!!



This is the picture of an African Immigrant in South Africa being burned alive as South Africa Police watch and have a GOOD time! Look at the policeman at the centre (isn't that a smile?)
God save our continent...
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24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ole wetu.

We must fight for our rights but we must also choose thr right targets.

Sir Alex

Anonymous said...

The zimbabweans now being roasted alive in SA once mistreated, zambians ans malawians way back when zim was zim. What goes around comes around.
Botswana is famous for xenophobia too, namibia is equally inhospitable are we africans really barbarians....Tzds have their issues with kenyans the only country where one does not need a work permit to work in east africa is rwanda as long as you are an east african.
It takes a lot of sacrifice and brains to develope a civilised society. That is why my heart bleeds when I look at the current crop clueless of kenyan leaders. The other day Watengula started making remarks that would have endagered the lives of kenyans in SA.....the price we pay for electing goons. I don't want shoot from the hip idiots like watengula to be my minister of foriegn affairs if I'm a tight situation like SA currently. His only claim to office, the only guy from western who stuck out his neck for bandit in chief so he is made the chief diplomat he could get kenyans killed. How sad.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone now truly discount Dr. Watson when he alluded to the fact that people of African descent/black have a lower intellect.
God Save Africa!

Anonymous said...

This Watengula guy really needs a refresher on diplomacy or PR, or maybe he needs to go back to the archives and learn from one of his predecessors, one late Dr. Robert Ouko on how to handle things diplomatic.

Anonymous said...

How roles change so fast in Africa!!!

Remember back in January how South Africans (Tutu & Ramapholsa) were jetting into Kenya un-invited to lecture us about peaceful coexistence and the value of dialogue? Where are they now when SA is burning? Pride comes before the fall. Remember also ODM singing to us that in SA things are done this or that way? Honestly, we might have to send our Moses Wetangula to remind them not to wait for foreign solutions. And why is RAO quiet when his friends down South are calling the Army into the streets against "unarmed" civilians fighting for their livelihood? Did they learn to call the army on civilians from Kibaki? Someone anwer me; I can't get a handle on this one, it is too much down South!!!

Anonymous said...

Wake up people!!!!!

Finally we you are seeing that the rainbow nation was never bright after all.

This is S.A. for heaven's sake; that bullish, aggressive country that planned a commercial takeover of various countries post-apartheid.

Anonymous said...

Southern African countries think they are too wealthy and too good for the rest of Africa.

Things are changing slowly but surely and "old countries" are finding their feet slowly but surely.

Anonymous said...

The SA govt is enlisting the help of ANC vigilantes. Sounds familiar - PNU enlisting the help of Mungikis in January?

Anonymous said...

Those who are saying to SA - Waache wajikarange na mafuta yao - don't appreciate the potential for catastrophic unraveling in SA and the neighbourhood. Those murderous street mobs belong to Zuma (the SA equivalent of RAO) and he hasn't said a thing. My bet is that the mobs (once done with foreigners) will soon be turned on the economic elite of the country. When you see police enjoying the sight of a burning person, you realize that, despite the facade, something fundamental is happening in that country and it doesn't look good. The bigger problem is the potential for a regional fallout. SA underpins the southern African region just as Kenya does to the east African region. May the angels of peace visit SA!!

Anonymous said...

The riots have reached also Cape Town, the center of a blooming tourist business with many foreign residents mainly from Somalia having set up small businesses. Their shops have been looted and then put on fire.

SA has already the reputation to be one of the most dangerous places in the world with more than 20.000 killings per year. And the fear is that these last riots could endanger the Football-Worldchampionship and that the Fifa could decide to cancel it on short notice. This comes also on the wake of a serious electricity short cut which also endangers the safety of many people more.

I fear we have not seen the worst yet. These people in the townships have nothing to loose and are easy to be manipulated - all this sounds very familiar, just think how the riots started first in Kibera and then spread to other towns.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:48am, please use some deductive reasoning. Everything is RAO, please move on.

Anonymous said...

Unless the SA govt stops the madness on time, there will be a huge chain reaction in the region. Countries like Zimbabwe will have to receive upwards of one million returnees on top of their current problems. Mozambique is already evacuating some their citizens, but can they be able to handle all the Mozambiquans in SA. And what of the little Lesotho and Swaziland? Finally, how would the SA economy react to overnight flight of cheap labour, and how does the socio-political system handle newly empowered local mobs with godfathers pulling strings from behind gated communities? Let us hope it doesn't come down to that.

Anonymous said...

anon10:14 AM

as a kikuyu blinded fool !!I pity you
and now the mungiki murderous gangs belong to RAO?? what a laugh -you kikuyu's don't see it do you?? anyway I guess when central Lesotho happens that is when you will start begging your own Murderous gangs not to kill your brothers and sisters- it will come to bare since you refused to acknowledge what is in your own central backyard and the way you deal with it is to execute the gangs and so I ASK?? HOW MANY WILL WILL EXECUTE BEFORE YOU REALIZE IT WILL NOT WORK??


what IS HAPPENING IN SA IS THE SAME PICTURE IMAGE OF WHAT HAPPENED IN KENYA BEFORE AND AFTER ELECTIONS THE ONLY DIFFERENCE WAS THAT KIBAKI TOLD KIKUYU'S THAT OTHER TRIBES WERE AGAINST HIM AND THEY SHOULD USE ALL MEANS POSSIBLE TO KEEP HIM IN POWER- SO WHAT DID KIABKI DO??
1. HE USED GOVERNMENT MACHINERY CALLED THE POLICE TO SHOOT AND KILL INNOCENT KENYANS
2. KIBAKI AND HIS PNU MT. KENYA MAFIA HELD MEETINGS AT HIS RESIDENCE WITH MUNGIKI GANG MEMBERS BEFORE AND AFTER THE ELECTIONS AND FUNDED THEM TO COMMIT GENOCIDE STARTING FROM KIBERA AND PROCEEDED TO NAKURU AND NAIVASHA AND OF COURSE SLAUGHTER MANY OF NON-KIKUYU'S WHO WERE THEN BASED IN CENTRAL PROVINCE WORKING(we have yet to confirm the head counts- only human torso's were found in some area's of central province)

and by the way kibaki is one of the few leaders who has congratulated mugabe with his SA COUNTER PART!!

WHAT YOU SEE IN SOUTH AFRICA IS NOT ABOUT IMMIGRATES! IT IS ABOUT MBEKI'S RULE AND TERM AS PRESIDENT -ORDINARY SOUTH AFRICAN'S HAVE BECOME POORER!! HE DIDN'T GET THE JOB DONE ON POVERTY AND JOBS CREATION - THIS IS A START OF AN UPRISING IN SOUTH AFRICA STARTING FROM THE EXCUSE OF FOREIGNERS TAKING UP JOBS!!

EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD HAS FOREIGN IMMIGRATES WORKING EVEN KENYA!! WHY SHOULD SOUTH AFRICA BE ANY DIFFERENT?? YOU ARE MISSING THE POINT OF EXACTLY WHAT IS HAPPENING IN SOUTH AFRICA!! KIBAKI SHOULD KNOW BETTER SINCE HIS 5 YEARS IN POWER CREATED THE ANIMAL THAT KENYA BECOME !!

Anonymous said...

@ you missed this..

That was not a smile, that was the grimace of helpless cop.The Police were trying to put the fire out but could not until another officer came with a fire extinguisher. Here is the narration from the reporter who took the picture. Without the cops, it would have been much worse.Do not be too hasty to judge.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QViN7OsHRA

Wanjiku Unlimited said...

8.25 I agree Wetangula needs a refresher course on Diplomatic Speak! Seems he spoke without thinking only to come back and say he was misquoted. Does he not know anything about rolling cameras? We all saw him impolitely telling the Adeneji group to go back. Next he comes and says he was misquoted by the media!! Wetangula atsi!

And is the media the best platform to address diplomatic issues anyway?

Anonymous said...

In america it is caleed black on blck crime.

cicero said...

anon 10:40,

I am stunned by how you could go on listing the atrocities which took place in Kenya post D '07 but somehow fail to mention the single most incident that would make the guy in that picture look like he is enjoying a camp fire, namely the hellish death that was met by those women and children in Eldoret.

But I am sure it is not that you did not hear about it or that you that you conveniently forgot about it...to you those were Kikuyus dying and you believe in you that they deserved it.

So how does that make you any different from the people who set that chap on the picture ablaze? I guarantee you they perpetrators of the violence in SA have their own very well articulated grievances such as the ones we hear about ancestral land, stolen elections, historical injustices....they have their own justification for shedding innocent blood.

You mentioned "Lesotho" severally. You must be aware that to achieve that demented goal a lot of blood has to be shed and multiple Helldorets have to happen, right?

The violence you mentioned is detestable; cops who killed randomly and the kikuyus who savagely murdered their neighbors. I Kalenjin who lives in Naivasha does not deserve to die because a Kalenjin in Keiyo killed a Kikuyu...that is barbarism, just like a kikuyu in Molo shouldnt have died because another Kikuyu stole elections.

Again, I took your deliberate omission of the worst violence that took place post D'07 as an indication that you think it was justified...unless you explain yourself.

Anonymous said...

Kenya or should i say we are all pawns to the white man?? maybe watch this- and decide whether you still want to kill each other?? or protect each other?? watch all- 1 to 29 you will come out feeling sing to your stomach- yes we are pawns to the real world power brokers- but it is because we African allow it! by having leaders who don't think or see further than their greedy pockets and ego! Please watch and learn about the world we live in!and who controls it!and stop wasting time killing each other!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAcxGD6-c-E&feature=related

Sophie Neveu said...

Some of y'all need to take a grip. Yes the Xenophobia is repulsive but it has nothing to do with being an African. A good example of Xenophobia can be found in Chinese American history in the United States. The first Chinese Americans arrived in the United States during the San Fransisco gold rush early 1800s and they proceeded to make their new home America (very much like the Mexicans). Over time hatred for them brewed so much due to the fact that they work like machines and provide cheap labor. By end 1800s those guys were LITERALLY being chased out of their abodes in US towns capped with the CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT that denied US Citizenship to Immigrants of Chinese descent. GET A GRIP! do a google and be proud. Thank you. Sophie Princessl

Anonymous said...

Kenyans,

As we mourn our bros in South Africa and our brothers and sisters in kenya who died for no fault for their own rather than exercising their democratic right - we need to start getting worried about our brothers and sisters in our neighbouring country TZ. Am seeing this being replicated by our neighbours. Not because we are taking their small jobs, but the fear we might take their diamonds, gold and business. This fear things is so strong and teh fact that they think kenya will explode soon and be another zimbabwe, thus they would rather act first. this is teh talk in the mitaani. The safcom advise attests to this. Why work with a burning country?

M-Pesa said...

3 Million immigrants from Zimbabwe have fled to SA running away from the madness of Comrade Bob, Africa's last remaining evil despot. Mbeki the old fool could have somehow saved their country had he rebuked his old friend the cruel dictator, Robert Mugabe whom African leaders are afraid of castigating because "he's a comrade who was born into the struggle" and helped eject the white minority rule. Stupid Mbeki has also refused to see the potent danger posed by Aids instead claiming that the virus was created to enrich western pharmaceuticals and control African's sexuality. SA is quickly heading to hell especially with corrupt and alleged rapist Jacob Zuma breathing hard on Mbeki's neck waiting for the reigns. It's Mbeki's failure to address the abject poverty in his country and madness of comrade Bob which is slowly bringing Africa's brightest star right down to it's knees! No wonder his government deployed the army and quickly issued a 'sorry statement' over the plight of foreigners in SA. The photo posted by Ritch and heavily circulated around the world just reinforces the world's mentality that WE Africans are just barbaric and pea brained creatures.

Anonymous said...

What do we learn from the violence in Africa?

The Jews learnt alot from their sufferings in Europe during the 2nd World War. They decided to make one place a home for ALL Jews, irrespective of race, origin, education and financial status.

You African Kwerekwere, have you learnt from the killings in SA, Kenya, DRC, Rwanda, Uganda, Somalia, East Germany, Russia?

In Kenya the problem is very simple. People are poor, corruption, tribalism, and thuggery are the illness of the society. Some tribes want to dominate others.

Thieving politicians and personalities are being shielded by their tribes. If you dare critisize a thief from your tribe, you will be killed or sent to excile.

Solution for Kenya.

The constitution should define the ruling power clearly. The Bomas Draft is not perfect:

1) a ceremonial President as the head of the State (he is elected by the parliament and 50 people randomly chosen from each prov). Impeachment possible by 50% votes in parliament.

2)PM as head of Gov (elected by the parliament and 8 Provincial Presidents (PP)). His party must be the majority in parliament. Impeachment possible by 50% votes in parliament.

3)Devolution should create the position of Provincial President (PP) to manage (CDF)development at provincial level. They will be elected by the people. All the 8 PP have the power to ratify a law before signed by the president.

4) Corrupt leaders mentioned in any case must resign immediately.
5) All Kenyans and foreigners must be registered where they live.

6)Any Kenyan or Foreigner willing to buy land from another community other than his must seek a nod from the community. He must agree to adopt the culture and tradition of the community.

Kenya would be a good place to live in, if there is no greed, no thuggery and mistrust.

Politicians be trustworthy and make Africa a home for ALL Africans.


Kim

Anonymous said...

Honestly, I asked my friend the same question yesterday. Are we Africans just barbarians, savages or what? Don't think so? Look around. Only GOD can save Africa, I think we are a continent gone to the dogs. How I hope am wrong. But, how do you explain an African burning another African? If the USA can host over 12 million illegal immigrants why can't SA?

On another note, I said recently that the only solution to these XENOPHOBIA is for Africans to stabilize their countries, create jobs and improve living standards. That way they won't have to go take over jobs in another country.

Rhyymemaster

Anonymous said...

They may be laughing now killing innocent people, what stupidity. In reality what they are doing is putting a curse on themselvesand their families. People think they can get away with doing wrong and harm in this world, but remember, there is one who sees all and knows all and you definately reap what you sow.(Galatians 6:7-8)

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