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Sunday, December 07, 2008

Is This The Change Kenyans Can Believe In?

I have admitted here on numerous occasions how boring history can be for most people. And yet it is impossible to discuss serious politics without a firm grasp on the relevant historical background. Indeed it is possible for Kenyans to get themselves out of the mess the successive presidencies of Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki have landed them into without understanding the history of this country.

I love history, as boring as some people think it is, because it has always been one of this blog’s top secret weapons. I mean I have been made to really look good, even a prophet of sorts by simply analyzing politics in Kenya while keeping my history books very close by. For instance we were the first to recognize (right from the onset of this blog) that only brand new leadership can save this country, something that is now rapidly gaining currency in the country.

For years during colonial days, Kenya was always a playground for the rich and powerful where the majority were mere irrelevant pawns at best and playthings at worse. Take the case of the young Kenyan who lost his life for throwing a stone at a mzungu dog through a fence in 1960 (the stone did not even hit the dog but the poor man lost his life for it.) Read my post on the incident. The interesting thing here is that many other mzungus (and maybe the particular one involved in the incident a Mr Poole) had gotten away with such heinous acts before and this time the only problem was that the times were changing the way they are now.

Well this week there was a serious road accident involving kids of the rich and powerful having fun. Actually a member of the Kenyatta family and of the Odinga family were hurt. Both young men had apparently been drinking. Read the full report of that incident here.

The interesting thing here is that impeccable sources have informed me that “powerful people” killed the story by intimidating the radio station that first reported the incident into shutting up about it. Indeed details of the story were deliberately scanty even from others who reported it and the police received firm orders from above to stay mum to the press. To the extent where the registration number plates were deliberately removed from the wrecked vehicles at a Nairobi police station (to prevent nosy journalists finding out who the car owners were.)

Now the trail of this cover up leads to a place where most of you my dear readers will not want to believe. Actually it is the Prime Minister’s office that made efforts to have the story killed.

Well maybe there is nothing wrong with that really. You see this man Raila Odinga is the candidate who will be almost 70 (actually he will be exactly 67 on January 7th 2012) by the time the next general elections are scheduled who we are all banking on to bring change. What does some minor road accident have to do with it? In fact this man wants change so much that we have so far seen from his performance as Prime Minister that that change is coming. After all you can teach old dogs new tricks can’t you?

Oh please……

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72 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris,

If you really want change, change is with our Vikii. Or kwale, Kimi or B-carotene.

These guys represent real change!

Anonymous said...

Sometimes I like the way you are able to read the signs of the times.Kenya requires a crop of truly new leaders not the current lot we keep recyling.They are so stuck in their old ways that only the very naive can expect them to bring any meaningful change and as I commented in the earlier post,the forest remains the same its the monkeys that are different!

Taabu said...

Chris,
BRAND NEW LEADERSHIP is more like it than just new faces. We have seen the later lot among the present MPs. So where do we begin from here to transcend from LOFTY ideals to actual practice. Kwale/Kimi anyone out there ready to roll sleeves and embrace SWEATY/SMELLY Kenyans?

Anonymous said...

The Mzungu's dog is now everywhere. The black man has replaced the Mzungu fully.

When Kenyatta's security men went on a shooting spree after opening "Russia Hospital" in Kisumu, I escaped death by inches. I was herding goats along the road at Korowe when they were passing at full speed. I and my friend Mika saluted them friendly and got fire back. Mika was not all that lucky and got a bullet on the head.

Kenyatta and his security men never apologized and no Kenyan court would have dared to sue them.

A Kenyan president (and today a Kenyan rich man) is above the law.

cicero said...

I will refer people back to your story on Peter Poole and the shooting of Musange in 1960 and ask your readers to examine it in the context of the current debate on what should be done with those who perpetrated post election violence.

the link: http://kumekucha.blogspot.com/2007/04/kenyan-who-died-for-throwing-stone-at.html

Isn't it ironic that a poor Kenyan during the era of colonialism was able to get justice administered by a Mzungu government while in this year, 2008, Kenyans cannot get justice from their own independent government?

Peter Poole did not get amnesty from a racist government half a decade ago but Ruto thinks he should.

PS: your history is right on as per that incident which one has to truly dig deep into private archives to get knowledge of. Can you believe how many Kenyans are ignorant of such a landmark case? It is like Americans being clueless about Roe V. Wade or Brown V. Board of Education.

As far as change we can believe in...someone here commented that in Kenya we only have two tribes; the "haves" and the "have nots" actually, the tribes are the thieves and the have nots.

Can Kumekucha or the Kenyan Blogsphere help bring about REAL CHANGE in Kenya? Yes. We are very much at per with our MPs records and performance. What we can do is come 2012, especially for those abroad, we should throw our weight around progressive candidates by funding their campaigns wherever in the country they are contesting.

Change could begin in parliament. If I knew someone like Kwale or Vikii was running, I would get on pay pal real quick and donate a dollar to help him/her/them win. Number one it helps us influence the process positively, and also removes the BIG MONEY factor out of politics...meaning a nobody could rise out of nowhere (just as long as they stand for the right things) and win a seat regardless of not having a last name that has never been associated with scandals.

cicero said...

Pardon the typos.

E-CHANGE said...

"Chriso"
you must have a special breed of old kenyan dogd in your house that can learn new tricks and talk, so what is your secret? how are you teaching them and do they take holidays in Chapwani also?

Anyway someone tell me what is the definition of "old leadership" and "new leadership"? i thought there's only TRUE leadership which serves from the front and leads by example; i thought it has nothing to do with age or gender or geographic boundary?
i thought anything else is less and FALSE leadership, based on positional domination and aloof overruling

Now, this current crop of Grand Coalition Government bedfellows are NOT true leaders and every single kenyan knows that (that's not to say they don't have their moments when they re-package their old styles in new fashions) however they also serve a purpose don't they? they remind us why we are the 22nd poorest country in the world and they are our reflect the rot and decay in eating away at our society

anyway, why can't old STYLES be re-packaged in new FASHION?na kazi moja iendelee Bora

Anonymous said...

If Kenya gets the likes of Kwale/Vikii as leaders, then we are doomed. Vikii thinks conformists like Kalonzo and Uhuru are the kind of leaders we should have. SURELY!!

Kwale said...

Alas and alack! How can one be so gullible to believe a man of Raila's crass can bring any change-a Jekyll and Hyde character! Halitosis!
And to make the matter worse, he went on to poison people's mind with propaganda their road to success is hindered by a one particular community. I thought Kenyans are Christians to believe that kind of a lie?

I remember when I stumbled into Kumekucha at the end of April this year and declared myself where I stand, many people immediately started war against me, calling me all sorts of names. I remember very well one jamaa telling me I am allowing Kikuyus to walk all over me. How exactly do Kikuyus walk all over me if I may ask?
Kikuyus have their own lives and I have mine, and I am not in any way competing with them. I've my own life and destiny and I don't care how they get their money. What i do care though is - bad leadership.

Allow me, today is Sunday I feel some kind of inspiration. If you're a Christian you should know you have God-given dreams, visions, abilities and you're in no competition with another fellow human being!
God's vision for your life is like fingerprints, which according to science forensic, no-one has exact fingerprint you have. If you believe that, you'll live a life that is authentic and not synthetic, without jealousy or bitterness. PROVEN FACT.

Forget what politicians tells you, YOU will only know true fulfilment in life when you discover what makes you unique in a sea of billions of people.
So take it from me, Kikuyus are not your enemy. The way you think about yourself is what is holding you back from fulfilling your God-given destiny!

Anonymous said...

I am not a regular reader of this bog, though when opportunity begs I spend 10 minutes sanitising through contributions. What intrigues me is the nebulous patriarchal approach to way Kenya is weaving through this treacherous moment.
As a positivist epistemologist I owe no apologies on my observation as I reflect on issues affecting our beloved country. I believe in knowledge that is constructed not discovered embedding societal dogma perceived in realistic way rather than the utopian world we live in. The comments attributed to majority of contributors are often poorly researched, articulated to suit ethnic whims and dispensation.

With all due respect, we whine at every opportunity bordering insanity in a penchant manner blaming powerful hands to not only problems we face but also the society at large. It is a pity that at any opportunity available the criticisms attested are void of solution or vision , often full of vitriol and anger our ‘enemies’. The nature of discussions early this year has not changed, although personality behind them have changed recycling the same old things conundrum that almost took us to the dogs last 10 months. Read Sam Okello, Chris, Vicky etc

I struggle to convince myself that we live in denial thriving on free for all jungle in which rules are not applied but survival for those shouting the loudest, although empty and meaningless they may be. It is high time we woke up from this utopian efficacy back to real world to exploit the rich and diverse potential within our potential to make a difference. Leadership is not about leading from the top but from within by making assertive, setting goals and motivating others to achieve.

Anonymous said...

I am not a regular reader of this blog, though when opportunity begs I spend 10 minutes sanitising through contributions. What intrigues me is the nebulous patriarchal approach to way Kenya is weaving through this treacherous moment.
As a positivist epistemologist I owe no apologies on my observation as I reflect on issues affecting our beloved country. I believe in knowledge that is constructed not discovered embedding societal dogma perceived in realistic way rather than the utopian world we live in. The comments attributed to majority of contributors are often poorly researched, articulated to suit ethnic whims and dispensation.

With all due respect, we whine at every opportunity bordering insanity in a penchant manner blaming powerful hands to not only problems we face but also the society at large. It is a pity that at any opportunity available the criticisms attested are void of solution or vision , often full of vitriol and anger our ‘enemies’. The nature of discussions early this year has not changed, although personality behind them have changed recycling the same old things conundrum that almost took us to the dogs last 10 months. Read Sam Okello, Chris, Vicky etc

I struggle to convince myself that we live in denial thriving on free for all jungle in which rules are not applied but survival for those shouting the loudest, although empty and meaningless they may be. It is high time we woke up from this utopian efficacy back to real world to exploit the rich and diverse potential within our potential to make a difference. Leadership is not about leading from the top but from within by making assertive, setting goals and motivating others to achieve.

Anonymous said...

Chris,
If you want Kumekucha to be a voice of change in this country, you must fire the likes of Phil who still holds fantasies of molasses.
Change must start here and now!

Anonymous said...

Better fantasize about Raila than Kalonzo or Uhuru.

Anonymous said...

Chris,

I don't know who keeps bewitching you such that you end up talking negatively about our executive PM. The PM and ODM are sacred cows, ask Phil if you doubt. Try to say that ODM MPs, led by the speaker, have sworn never to pay taxes, and you will see firestorms unleashed against you. While PNU has mastered rigging the elections, ODM has excelled at rigging the minds of its followers.

Untill we, the Kenyans, stop worshiping our tribal leaders, the Odingas and Kenyattas of Kenya will continue to urinate on us and we will continue to thank God for the "rain."

Taabu said...

Kwale,
You better start walking the talk now that you have proved the chosen one. You only need to embrace the SWEATY/SMELLY voters and talk to them and NOT at them.

And while at YOU MUST NOT CARE WHERE THE RICH GOT THEIR MONEY. Why would you waste valuable time opening cans. That is a VERY PROGRESSIVE take Bw Kwale commensurate with your title and address. So please confirm your candidature and we keep PAYPAL busy. Seriously!

Anonymous said...

Wekesa, four others in plane mishap.....

...Wekesa had better be careful. That is the first warning from wenye PNU. How dare he think these mungikis can take a back seat. He'd better ask all the ones that have been used and dumped.

Anonymous said...

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka. He and other leaders have asked the Government to focus on resettlement of those internally displaced........

Flower girl;second in command and aspiring presidentila candidate has suddenly realized that IDPs are still in camps. i wonder who the government is that a vice president would be saying should do this and that.

Anonymous said...

anon: 9:48/9

your show-off English hurts to read.

-how do you "sanitize through contributions?"
-utopian efficacy ?????
-positivist epistemologist

UrXlnc said...

chris

even as we ponder on change,

http://www.eastandard.net/InsidePage.php?id=1144001210&cid=4&

this article is worthy of interest. i think Muite usually has fairly good insight into these matters and this should be of grave concern to the freedoms enjoyed by the press.

UrXlnc said...

ditto Imanyara

http://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/499594/-/tm7r8t/-/index.html

Vikii said...

I love this blog. That's all I can say. How is Phil, by the way?

Phil said...
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Kwale said...

Taabu,
You better be careful what you're asking for. Just pray that will never happen. If I ever become the president of Kenya, my first assignment would be to annihilate ODM, bulldozing them starting with Kibera, Eldoret, Nyanza and all those places destroying everything and anything with ODM Damu in it, including cats, dogs, cows, sheeps and fish.

Next time make sure you know what you're asking for. Be thankful for president Kibaki!


PS: You're obsession with President Kwale must STOP right here and now!!!

Phil said...

many a desperate souls have a made a career through Raila bashing. Kwetu sis, hiyo ni kama kupigia mbuzi guitar.

whereas we should be here tackling REAL issues,some of us are already prematurely disqualifying others on the basis of nothing but AGE. Such blatant discrimination has manifested itself here before through negative ethnicity. BUT WE OVERCAME.

how in God's name an accident on valley road affects governance issues in Kenya I do not know. accidents happen on all roads in Nairobi almost every other day. Waiyaki way, Langata Road, Thika Road, Mombasa Road, name it......so whats the BIG DEAL if it is young Raila Jnr???

there are those who are spending a fortune sponsoring candidates to infiltrate ODM grassroot polls hoping that in future such individuals will frustrate the party....we welcome such generousity, but as far as the party ideology goes, the coalition was a mere stopover and the journey to liberate this country will go on.

Those exercising their misplaced democratic right to carry the ODM-K tattered flag, why is your party - ODM-K - conducting stage managed NDC's and leaving gaps for the so-called like minded parties to join in later? Why cant ODM-K go all the way (like KANU, NARC-K, etc, etc), stand on its own, and chart its own course? Obviously, the same strategy of politics of betrayal and back-stabbing is in play. Wait and see who will most likely emerge the winner, then take my regional party and sycophant MPs to negotiate for cabinet positions because there is NO CHANCE in hell I will ever be elected president and therefore have the chance to form government....right? Why was Julia Ojiambo, Kalonzo's supposed running-mate, an observer at the NDC, where rented delegates replayed a well rehearsed verse?

UrXlnc said...

kwale

you probably speak in jest or anger, or some type of joke, i am however unable to differentiate your annihilation statement from any of the other hate statements made pre - PEV 2007 period.

Lets all be mature and responsible with out utterances

Anonymous said...

I feel pity you Phil. I really do.

Kwale said...
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Kwale said...

Urxlnc,

If you look at my comment it was aimed to Taabu and not you or anyone else.

... and please spare me your holy thou art jibes!!!!

You should know you're one of those people I don't like in this blog. And thats is perfectly OK to dislike someone!

UrXlnc said...

kwale

negative

let me quote your statement

==
You better be careful what you're asking for. Just pray that will never happen. If I ever become the president of Kenya, my first assignment would be

**to annihilate ODM, bulldozing them starting with Kibera, Eldoret, Nyanza and all those places destroying everything and anything with ODM Damu in it, including cats, dogs, cows, sheeps and fish.
**
==

that is a hate statement

it is reckless and irresponsible.

Daniel Waweru said...

The Poole incident isn't as well-known as it should be but nor is it completely unknown or at all difficult to find (even online, there's the Time report from 1960, and a short reprise of the case from Christine Nicholls' Red Strangers)

It's relevant, and hardly discriminatory, to consider Raila's age when gauging his credentials as a transformative leader. The older you are, the less likely you are to be a transformative candidate. Raila's age also means he has accumulated quite a CV. Examining it reveals a political tactician of Moi-esque skill, and approximately zero strategic ability, again, a very Moi trait. History has more than one lesson to offer.

Kwale said...
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Kwale said...

UrXlnc,

Before you ever rush out me again check facts first! I did not say people should go and "annihilation", I SAID I WOULD DO IT. It was not aimed to you! Understand?

I know it must be a diffucult time for you ODMers here, but how can somebody like me with no intelligence or any education go to annihilate mighty ODM?? you forget i have inteilligent of a lamp post?... that joke nearly killed remember?!!

I don't know why i spending my precious morning time urging with a backward trash like you!

UrXlnc said...

kwale

will not engage you further on this

Kimi Raikkonen said...

Daniel Waweru, tks your post. It is intriguing and even hilarious how some ODM zealots on this blog imagine and have convinced themselves that Raila is a 'transformative' leader in the mold of someone like Barack Obama. Its not like Raila is not only getting a bit long in the tooth and becoming a has been political walrus, but in the larger scheme of things, Raila really has no life changing ideas or skills. Telling Mugabe to step down for example is not calling for change but mere political calculation and posturing in an attempt to define himself separately from most of the African despots on the continent. It is posturing because he sees nothing wrong in embracing the those with questionable morals like Zuma, and who brooks no opposition to himself within the ANC. Zuma has also called for the re-distribution of South African land in white hands, without offering an acceptable and peaceful way of doing it. Just like Raila and Mugabe ala 1980/90's rhetoric, Zuma's populist harangues are designed to work up the 'hoi polloi' into a frenzy, all for the purposes of gaining/retaining power.

Anonymous said...

Those who wanna ejuculate everytime they think RAo has gooffed should be allowed its a free country.....never mind them the get limp after that....leta ingine

Sir Alex

Phil said...

Blogger Daniel Waweru said...
It's relevant, and hardly discriminatory, to consider Raila's age when gauging his credentials as a transformative leader. The older you are, the less likely you are to be a transformative candidate. Raila's age also means he has accumulated quite a CV. Examining it reveals a political tactician of Moi-esque skill, and approximately zero strategic ability, again, a very Moi trait. History has more than one lesson to offer.


Excuse me, but what a LOAD of crap.

First, the Kenyan constitution does not bar any citizen from vying for presidency so long as they are over 35. So if you are going to campaign against any candidate on the basis of his/her age instead of his/her policies and public service record, then it iS DISCRIMINATION of the highest order.

Second, the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights,Article 21.(1) reads thus: Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.

Please note AGE has never and will never be a yardstick by which we measure the capability of others to lead. In any case, let the voters decide. Kumekucha should not usurp the role of the voter. Kumekucha should NOT subvert democracy.

Third, why should it be a convenient issue now when we it is common knowledge that ALL of Kenya's previous and current Heads of State were elected to office when they were much OLDER than what your favorite punching bag is now. And how come it was never an issue last year or even in 2002, 1997, 1992? What was the difference then?

Anonymous said...

positivist eptimologist is a branch of science that looks at things objectively to make meaning of them and it is a branch in psychological research(behavioral, attitudinal) which is my field. It will be absurd for me to drug myself low answering you back but I was hitting back at idlers like you who have nothing to say but criticize for the sake of it(high propensity to garbage). In short hopping onto anything without thinking deeply about there implications to yourself and society at large.

We have had the same things discussed year in, rather than moving on and looking at things in positive way. Has it occurred to you the number hours you waste God knows belonging to which company/employers espousing empty shells.Cumulatively that can translate to massive transformation of our economy, needless to mention the lives would change i.e people in the street or needy community in the village.Ironically, we take advantage of free access to internet paid for by a company or a hardworking individual(i wish we had cyber spies like in my organization!!!) I admire what is happening in 'Wanabidii' which is now metamorphosing from an idle bazaar to asocial enterprise

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Singa said...

Would it have been Kibaki's son who was involved in an accident after a drinking spree in a GK vehicle the as sure as as the sun rises from the east we would be having a post full of phrases like ''fraud and deception'', ''septic shock'' ,''bandaging a wound'',''ours is a country crying for leadership'' ''indulge''but since it involved the son of the one and only there is muted silence. double standards come in many shades and colours and as Mpesa puts it the joke is always on US

Anonymous said...

The NONSENSE still persists. These panua mongrels (D. Waweru, the fake Kimi Raikkonen, Kwale and the rest of the panua mongrels) have one common "disease" ..... a mental disease: The IRRATIONAL, PRIMITIVE and DEMENTED HATRED OF ONE INDIVIDUAL to such an extent that it severely clouds their thinking, perception and ability to reason intelligently.

These panua mongrels are the kind of people who will elect someone from their own tribe who has STOLEN from them, extorted money from them and chopped of their fathers and mothers necks (mungiki style) just because is a Kikuyu. THESE ARE THE REAL MORONS

Joe said...

Looks like its back to business as usual.

Phil,

If indeed Raila Junior was driving while drunk, he should be charged. If i was his father i would be the first to call the cops on him. Its by luck that the accident did not involve an innocent motorist. Removing number plates? This is the kind of impunity we are trying to fight as a nation. Its disgusting.

Kwale,

Shame on you.

Kwale said...

Joe,

I am very ashamed!

Joe said...

Kwale,

Good. Don't go tribal on us again.

Moving on. It is about time those responsible for school curriculum and publishing houses worked together to come up with accurate information for inclusion in history books. Some of the information out there concerning Kenyatta and Moi is laughable.

How are we supposed to reform this country if we don't have accurate accounts of where the rain started beating us?

Kimi Raikkonen said...

Anon @ 1.37am. You can call us mongrels or whatever with all the brutality and ferocity you can muster, but your prehistoric ODM-like bad manners and caveman compliant tunnel vision will NEVER make me change my opinion of an out of date idea like Raila Odinga.
Please come out into the sun and smell what is in the fresh air and stop dragging your knuckles in the muck of recycled sewage. People are in need of and really wish to move in a direction with new leadership and not the tired old political retreads of yesteryear.

Kwale said...

Joe,

Hehehe…. And you think I am ashamed?!! Cor me blimely!

This blog has been tribal all the time I have been here and I've yet to hear anyone challenge all those insult directed to Kikuyus. When I stood up against tribal name calling, I was called Kikuyu-asslicker by none other than that idiot called Urxlnc. If you want I can re-visit those comments where your 'demi-god' Urxlnc called me that.

If don't want anyone to go tribal here, then challenge all those calling "Kikuyu shiate" and all other names! Deal done.

Joe said...

Kwale,

I am not stupid, i know you are not ashamed.

I just though you have what it takes to rise above all that. Clearly i was mistaken.

Good day.

Sayra said...

Singa ... lol ... very funny.

Phil said...

Blogger Joe said......
Phil,
If indeed Raila Junior was driving while drunk, he should be charged. If i was his father i would be the first to call the cops on him.


Joe I was hoping for a more enlightened contribution from you.

There is NO LAW in Kenya that explicitly prohibits drink driving. You can be charged with being drunk and disorderly, reckless driving or careless driving, but not because you drunk and drove. The traffic officer who was first to arrive at the scene and record the circumstances of the accident will see to it who to charge for what.

It is frivolous to highlight the fact that number plates were removed from the cars after the accident. Surely, what is wrong or illegal with that?

It is not upon bloggers to focus on a single accident along valley road, which is itself a blackspot at which fatal accidents occur every weekend, to draw conclusions of impunity.

I will remind you that none other than Kibaki himself was involved in a near fatal road accident in 2002 at he balckspot machakos/Mombasa road junction. Just the other day, ex-President Moi was also involved in another horror smash near Kijabe. Were these cases not cases of careless driving, drink driving or just reckless driving??

Taabu said...

Kwale said:

....You should know you're one of those people I don't like in this blog..........

Come on Bw Kwale, why would you reduce yourself to that level? You can and must stay where you belong unless you are unwittingly providing us with the tools to unmask you? Rise above the fray and you don't have to hate somebody to declare lack of love, ama?

And while at it Kwale you don't take a road and hate flies patronizing the same avenue. You must be ready to provide the shoulders for all the filthy limbs patching on your back.

Joe said...

Phil,

Accidents cost lives. If there is no law against drunk driving then there is clearly something very wrong with our laws. Truth of the matter is, these kids were drunk. That is how come they were over speeding. They should have known better.

Whoever removed those number plates should have known better too. There is nothing wrong with the public knowing Raila's son was involved in an accident. That is called transparency. Just an example: when Bush's under-age daughters were caught drinking, they were charged just like anybody else.

If indeed Raila Junior was driving while drunk, he should be charged. As a matter of fact, Raila should be the first to call the cops on him.

Kwale said...

Taabu,

You know what, despite all the bullying and our difference; I don't have bad feelings towards you. You're those sought of people I would fight and argue with but by the end of the day I'd buy a pint and have a good laugh together. But there are certain characters here I would not even want to meet. And I am sure you have that too. It's called human liberty and freedom of speech.

You said "…. You can and must stay where you belong unless you are unwittingly providing us with the tools to unmask you..." I was actually looking for that at my comment 11.33. I used broken English and wrong grammar so I can attract insults from perfectionists - which I fully enjoy.

Anonymous said...

The fake Kimi Raikkonen,

This is Anon @ 1.37am again.

When I call you panua mongrels it is not with brutality and ferocity, I am simply calling a spade a spade; it doesn't take much effort. It is like saying that 2 + 2 = 4 . Surely that should not rattle you so (Michuki style). Enough with the rattle snake.

You talk of bad manners and caveman compliant tunnel vision and out of date ideas. You are just describing yourselves: People who STEAL from themselves and others, extort money from themselves and others and engage in "festivals" and "extravaganzas" of chopping off their fellow tribemens necks (mungiki style). That, Mr fake Kimi Raikkonen, is the height of bad manners and caveman compliant tunnel vision and out of date ideas and way of life.

Anonymous said...

annon@4.25
i agree.these brats were cruising down at some ungodly hour(3am!)heading to town.and i suspect those were government vehicles.thats impunity and must stop.if the gava didn't want speculation then they shouldn't have tried to kill the story or remove the plates.

Anonymous said...

The fake Mr Kimi Raikkonen,

Anon @ 1.37am again. I forgot to mention. You and your pumbavu lot resemble the misguided right wing, racist and conservative U.S Repulicans who, upto now, are still trying to use any pumbavu means possible to stop Barack Obama from being sworn in as the 44th President of the United States after winning the election with a decisive landslide. THANKFULLY THERE WAS NO STEALING OF THE ELECTIONS LIKE HAPPENED HERE WHEN THE DECEMBER '07 ELECTIONS WERE STOLEN BY KIBAKI

Listen to them: they claim that Obama was not born in the U.S, a key requirement to be U.S President. They intend to take this pumbavu claim all the wayt to the U.S Supreme court - all bacause of their RACIST, IRRATIONAL, PRIMITIVE and DEMENTED HATRED OF ONE INDIVIDUAL to such an extent that it severely clouds their thinking, perception and ability to reason intelligently.

You panua mongrels are an exact "copy" of these crazy, racist and right wing republicans.

I repeat once again that YOU ARE THE REAL MORONS (PANUA MONGRELS!).

Anonymous said...

Anon 5.51 aka Msema kweli, you are back again with your irrational hatred. Pole sana noone what to engage with a HIV-carrier sicko like you. Hope you will learn soon your misguided rants means nothing to all PANUA MONGRELS.

Phil's mistress

Kimi Raikkonen said...

Anon @ 4.57 and 5.51am. You truly make a warthog look admirable. You have now transferred your pathetic, obsessive, want-to-be-patted-on-the-head, ass-kissing, mournful i-wanna-be-loved bellows from Raila to Obama. Do you think baiting us with the Obama name just because his ancestors came from Kogelo will MOVE US AN INCH? I suppose you imagine yourself coquettishly cross dressing for Obama will land you an invitation to his inauguration. Well sorry, not even Raila will be on the steps of the US Congress as Obama takes his oath of office. He will have to make do with a ball in Obama's honour by the Kenya Embassy, if Obama even attends it.
As for you, since you have CCTV(caveman compliant tunnel vision), you can watch the inauguration live(in your hallucinatory dreams of course), after partaking of copious amounts of chang'aa in your local den, and regaling us with sneak peek narratives of the goings on(only in your alcohol befuddled imagination of course).

Anonymous said...

Mr fake Kimi Raikkonen,

This is Anon @ 4.57 and 5.51am. You have really given me a good laugh with your pumbavu yarn at 6:33 AM. You really have a very wild imagination and a distorted sense of reality. I have to give it to you, you are really very funny ... LOL

You should consider being a comedian. Your wild imagination would certainly draw many laughs (at you), and while at it, try chopping of your own neck and your fellow tribsemen's necks (mungiki style). This would certainly make your "act" more entertaining.

Kwale said...

Kimi,

That was superb! Just hilarious!

You gave the blithering idiot a good run for the money.
Bravo!

Kwale said...

Urxlnc,

I just hope you'll never ever engage with me again. You steer well clear of me. You don't ever see me replying to your comments, do you? I expect vice-versa. This world could be a peaceful place if we all know our enemies and keep off from them.

UrXlnc said...

kwale

you made a reckless statement and i pointed that out.

your response was all over the place and i chose not to engage you further.

you and i are free to comment (or not) on each and every post or comment and any other observation.

your idle threat is confounding

Kwale said...

Urxlnc,

Sorry to keep on coming back to this but, if you look at my statement it was directed to Taabu. And that's what I wanted you to understand. Whether it was reckless or not there was no need to poke your nose into it. It may have sounded reckless because that's how you wanted it to sound in order to vilify Kwale but that's not how it was intended. And if there was anything wrong with it, Taabu was the one to point it out to me and not you! There have been many reckless statements made in this blog, but I have yet to hear you point them out or challenged them. Why? Cos they come from ODMers? Still, I've yet to hear you condemn RV killings and all other post election violence which we all know were orchestrated by ODM. Double standard?

Please note, there are certain people here if they correct me, I'd heed at once and you're not one of them. So lets stay civil and keep off each other. Deal done.

Good night

Anonymous said...

A fact is a fact. PNU sympathisers are like the primitive Klukux Klan. They are inhuman and are ready to kill like the Mungikis.

Vikii said...

And I am one of them. Proudly so.

Anonymous said...

Due to lack of new inspiration and confidence from any new contender Raila will be elected Prseident and just like his predesecors take us through another decade of backwardness.Ababu will try to preach the obama message but his integrity is alraedy lost what with the company he keeps"jirongo" and the maize scandal.martha wa karua will try to sing change but alas kenyans will rembember her role in the biggets eloctoral scam in kenya's history , uhuru kenyatta will be finshed by the waki report and so will ruto.kalonzo will be remebered for his double standards of preaching water and drinking whine.phogosio is too black and besides didnt he steal from parliament coffers by filling unwarranted alowances to shop for his many light skinned mistresses.

Kimi Raikkonen said...

For those of you who still do not get what Raila truly is, read this article from the somewhere in the blogosphere:

..On the Sunday nine o'clock KTN News. The seven o'clock version shows a clip from yesterday's rally in Kibera. Justice Minister Martha Karua asked the Prime Minister's help in returning landlords' property to them, and in resettling those who had been displaced in the post-election violence. Her statement was greeted by jeers. Courage, leadership.

The Prime Minister when he had his turn to speak said in Swahili, something to the effect that:
"...huyu mama haelewi mambo yanayofanyika hapa kijijini, lakini nimemweleza na ameelewa. Wale watu ambao walitoka kule Kikuyu walirudi kule,sasa walio ndani ya manyumba, wataenda wapi?....." Totally irresponsible, shameful.

In Monday's news, Minister Karua returns to the incident. She was at a church where she asked the Prime Minister not to forget that he was MP for both the tenants and the landlords. She also wondered where exactly the PM meant when he said Kikuyu, was it Kikuyu Town in Kabete Constituency, or did he mean Central Province.

This is all very interesting for two reasons. Not too long ago, Lands Minister James Orengo visited Kibera with the Prime Minister. He said to loud cheers that there was no one who had a title deed to land in the slum, said to be the largest in Africa....

This is the fellow who claims he wants to be President of all Kenyans. When you consider the above remarks and their malevolent tribal connotations laced with spiteful, hateful speech, and then follow up the incompetence and confusion of the maize saga, then you know that truly there is a God, the God who prevented this buffoon from ever assuming the reins of power. Kenya would have split into two like a broken gourd if Raila had ever become President. We thank God that he did not.

Kwale said...

Kimi,

Truly God was in action!!!
I've said it here before, God orchestrated everything that happened. Just imagine Raila being the president and akina Ruto probably VP and the rest of thugs holding powerful ministerial job? We should thank God not forgetting those precious innocent lives that lost their dear lives.

Anonymous said...

I met a mzungu last year; he told me his uncle, a farmer named his dog in the early 60's 'Jomo'. When the authorities found out the uncle was deported.

Anonymous said...

history:
I am still trying to figure out why I had to learn about the mau mau in an African History course in a North America University and not in Momabasa school in the 1970's

Anonymous said...

perhaps Kenyatta and Moi put kenya first - how else can you explain the peace amongst the tribes

talking about history: here is what the Agakhan said in Atlanta in April 2008

In the years ahead, should we not expect a student at an International Bacculerate school in Atlanta to know as much about Jomo Kenyatta or Muhammad Ali Jinnah as a student in Mombasa or Lahore knows about Atlanta's great son, the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.? Should a Bangladeshi IB student reading the poems of Tagore at the Aga Khan Academy in Dhaka not also encounter the works of other Nobel Laureates in Literature such as the Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk or America's William Faulkner or Toni Morrison?
Should the study of medieval architecture not include both the Chartres Cathedral in France and the Mosque of Djenne in Mali? And shouldn't IB science students not learn about Ibn al-Haytham, the Muslim scholar who developed modern optics, as well as his predecessors Euclid and Ptolemy, whose ideas he challenged

http://www.ibo.org/council/peterson/documents/AgaKhanspeech.pdf

Anonymous said...

somebody said:
I will remind you that none other than Kibaki himself was involved in a near fatal road accident in 2002 at he balckspot machakos/Mombasa road junction. Just the other day, ex-President Moi was also involved in another horror smash near Kijabe. Were these cases not cases of careless driving, drink driving or just reckless driving??

I read somewhere that creating a car accident in Kenya was one way of getting rid of political opposition re: ronald ngala?

turncoat said...

The election in Ghana and elsewhere else in Africa is normally between meat eaters and vegetable eaters. Mostly between the carnivorous and herbivores. And I say herbivores by forced circumstances not choice - cannot afford.
Often it is the carnivores who succeed. The herbivores many a time spend too much time grazing (looking down - trifle issues- or so I may call them , they are ur housekeepers, gatekeepers, the mechanic, plumber, clerk, cleaner, baby sitter, et al.
I will not dwell on the omivores - middle class of which journalists are included today. But my passing comment will only be in reference to the transition and their role. Ofen this class in Africa has failed and many a time pretended to stand up for pertinent issues affecting the herbivores............they have triumphed only in their neglect of professional and ethical duties. Brothers and sisters. The electoral commission of Ghana is mainly constituted of omivores. Just like kenya they will be sent packing with bones like a pack of hyenas. Like an assassin they will murder with a pen.
So should everyone be a carnivore and stand on top of the pinnacle of power. A close study of predators will tell you otherwise. Hyenas often kill lion cubs to ensure that the there is a check in the number of meat eaters. If the hyenas don’t get you then the drought/famines/fire, natural disasters will........in Ghana and elsewhere in Africa they are also called the cakivores (national cake) pivores (pie).
Stop voting and casting your votes for this well know class of 'kleptocats'.
Be herbivores or omivores or even carnivores by choice - elect proven social workers. By this we must be true workers ourselves.
In Madagascar - a comedy I like to watch. When simba runs out of meat he does not eat his buddy, the lion, he discovers fish.
WELL DONE N.D.C AND LEADER ATTA MILLS. YOU HAVE SHOWN THE WAY

turncoat said...

The election in Ghana and elsewhere else in Africa is normally between meat eaters and vegetable eaters. Mostly between the carnivorous and herbivores. And I say herbivores by forced circumstances not choice - cannot afford.
Often it is the carnivores who succeed. The herbivores many a time spend too much time grazing (looking down - trifle issues- or so I may call them , they are ur housekeepers, gatekeepers, the mechanic, plumber, clerk, cleaner, baby sitter, et al.
I will not dwell on the omivores - middle class of which journalists are included today. But my passing comment will only be in reference to the transition and their role. Ofen this class in Africa has failed and many a time pretended to stand up for pertinent issues affecting the herbivores............they have triumphed only in their neglect of professional and ethical duties. Brothers and sisters. The electoral commission of Ghana is mainly constituted of omivores. Just like kenya they will be sent packing with bones like a pack of hyenas. Like an assassin they will murder with a pen.
So should everyone be a carnivore and stand on top of the pinnacle of power. A close study of predators will tell you otherwise. Hyenas often kill lion cubs to ensure that the there is a check in the number of meat eaters. If the hyenas don’t get you then the drought/famines/fire, natural disasters will........in Ghana and elsewhere in Africa they are also called the cakivores (national cake) pivores (pie).
Stop voting and casting your votes for this well know class of 'kleptocats'.
Be herbivores or omivores or even carnivores by choice - elect proven social workers. By this we must be true workers ourselves.
In Madagascar - a comedy I like to watch. When simba runs out of meat he does not eat his buddy, the lion, he discovers fish.
BRAVO N.D.C

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