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Saturday, March 07, 2009

Assassinations Season Now Here With Us

For months now controversial Kumekucha blogger Phil has been warning of coming assassinations in Kenya’s political landscape. I too have warned in several posts that we are entering an extremely dangerous phase of our politics where we should expect politically motivated assassinations on an unprecedented scale. I called them some of the painful birth pangs for the new Kenya that is coming. The kind of Kenya we all dream of.

I have some information that is so sensitive that it cannot be shared here which makes it clear that there is nothing but plenty of trouble ahead. I really wish there was a way to stop these crazy guys.

But let me back up a little here and discuss the special circumstances in our politics that has brought us to where we are now.

This week the president’s circus of a press conference to introduce his immediate family (whom we did not elect and are not interested in—last time I checked Kenya had NO royal family) drowned out some really fascinating news. ODM the party with the majority in parliament announced that they were unhappy with the coalition set up and say that they would like to re-negotiate things because they have gotten a raw deal all along in the power-sharing deal. The immediate question that begs an answer is how long it took for the party to realize that they were being short changed. It seems it took one long year. Or did it?

Actually the truth of the matter is that the political situation on the ground is now extremely fluid. The problem seems to be the growing unrest and impatience amongst too many Kenyans over the grand coalition government that many feel is much worse than President Kibaki’s first and only legitimate administration. The ODM top brass in the midst of their corruption feeding frenzy seem to have realized that it is only a matter of time before things get out of hand and the coalition government is forced out of office. And so what the smart alecs are trying to do is to re-position themselves for the possible fall-out. Brilliant but extremely selfishly self-serving without an iota of interest in the people who elected them so enthusiastically into office.

The really dangerous thing here is that it is not only ODM who are busy launching their campaigns for the next general elections. We also have individual politicians, crooks and certain big business interests busy on their political chess boards. I have deliberately chosen chess because in the game the whole objective is to “eliminate” the king. Apparently some people with big political ambitions think that by “eliminating” certain people their route (or that of their candidate) to State House will be made much easier. The stakes are extremely high more so because Mwai Kibaki has proved that a {resident of Kenya can do anything and get away with it (including stealing a presidential election in broad daylight).

I have had the privilege of being told about a certain hit list that has been compiled complete with some of the individuals on it. This is really a scary time for mama Kenya. It is a good time to double prayer efforts.

37 comments:

Vikii said...

Absolute crap-- that's what your post is.

Anonymous said...

ehh see u just tell us the hitlist?!

Anonymous said...

ooooh, is the truth hurting vikii?
Me thinks so!

Anonymous said...

very interesting!!!

most should be able to see the slippery slope...you have set elections in 2012 run by a ECK or equivalent that says 1+1 =3 - massive vote rigging and fudging of numbers...this is prescription for a disaster. And you have leaders who do not put kenya first..you have some persons bent on political assassination..poverty...food shortage...corruption..global financial crises...

Anonymous said...

It is Saturday night and Vikii is drunk and probably stoned as well what do u expect? In fact it would have been worse.

Anonymous said...

hope it does not lead to civil unrest, coup, military strongman...just look at pakistan..

Anonymous said...

Kenya is in very bad shape and we are stoning the messenger (Chris) hoping that the problems will go away if he just shuts up

Anonymous said...

Chris,

How dare you call my Phil controvesial? No one can do better than my Phil. At least he is not controvesial where it matters - bed!

Phil Mistress

One Wife Man (formerly joe c-man) said...

Chris aka Chriso,
The trouble with assassins is that they are foolish-in fact i equate them to being as foolish as the election protestors who given a license to express their disapproval of the voting outcome went a step further and looted, raped and murdered in the name of haki yetu protestations-but that is another story for another post

why can't the assassins successfully exectute any of the real gatekeepers and main tribal chieftains causing Kenya woes?

if my name is on that assassination list i will be in a foul mood-leave me and my one wife alone please

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, this is how our taxes are spent

http://www.marsgroupkenya.org/Reports/OtherReports/Living_Large_Report.pdf

Anonymous said...

are we discussing SEX again on kumekucha???

Vikii said...

Anon 10.53, yes it is true i am stuck somewhere on Thika rd stonned, drunk and feeling a little paranoid. Now how did you know that?

Anonymous said...

Chris:
What happened to Udaku? Times like this I feel the need to relieve myself.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:17 PM, its better we talk about sex than war or tribal hatred. At least sex unites us all - we all have it or are craves for it. WE are ALL a product of SEX!

Anonymous said...

sex is the cause of our problems...it leads to aids/hiv, and too much population.

High population growth leads to over crowding, not enough food, corruption, misuse of environment, global warming, election fraud, greed, high food prices, land shortage, governement services shortage, unemployement.

better to do what moi said: abstinence - only some people can have 2 wives...though officially they say they have 1 wife....

http://demokrasia-kenya.blogspot.com/2005/03/mwai-wa-wambui-why-deny-mke-na-binti.html

Anonymous said...

even wikpedia knows the truth:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Wambui

Kibaki, issued an official statement saying that his wife Lucy Kibaki and their children were his only "immediate family". Although officially denied status as a wife, Wambui is provided with all the trappings of a presidential spouse including armed bodyguards and limousines. [1].

Winnie Wangui was linked to the now notorious 'Artur brothers' both through business & personally. In what is dubbed the Armenian saga, the 'brothers' (Artur Margaryan and Artur Sargasyan), who were also rumoured to be mercenaries, brandished guns at JKIA airport within a "security" zone and threatened to shoot the Customs officer who wanted to check the luggage of their guests. This security breach led to their arrest and culminated in their 'deportation' on June 9 2006. Winnie was suspended from her job as a minor functionary after this incident. [2].

Anonymous said...

I have a crush on Martha Karua. She is hot!!!

Anonymous said...

Mungiki should take it to the Mutuas, Saitotis, Alis and Kiraithes. Assasination will be the norm in Kenya very soon, just wait and see.

Anonymous said...

How easy is it to assasinate Mutua,Saitoti,Kiraithe,Ali? I guess not that hard.

How about kidnapping their wives, mothers and children? This is what the government is courting by being so trigger happy. Is that what we really want?

I hope these buffoons realise that they have no monopoly on violence and that they're not immune from being taken out by assasin bullets.

Anonymous said...

Kenyans WAKE UP!!

I'm delighted to have discovered a new site for Kenyans who do not look at tribe but want our country to have a fresh start. we all know the coalition is not working, we need a new leader and a voice not associated with any grand coalition members...

A NEW STRUGGLE, A NEW PATH AND NEW FORCE!! MAPAMBANO HERE WE ARE.... LET THE STRUGGLE CONTINUE.....

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papa plus said...

On this one I agree with Vikii. This post is pure unfounded ennuendo and sensational speculation. The time to assassinate people was during the PEV.

On the other hand, retired president Moi has adviced against expecting anything out of the coalition government in Kenya and Africa.

Onthis point, I concure with him 110%. Coalition governments are a waste of time. Power can never be shared or given; it is taken.

Steve said...

Why can't Kenyans govern themselves like grown ups. There is something so very rotten about the body politic that it stinks half the way across the world. Kenyan's you don't realize how close your country is to a failed state. Any state that eats it's own is doomed. How will you face your collective sin?

The Evil of Collective Sin



The faces of sin are many --- and unmistakable.

Anger, greed, lust, pride --- we have seen, stood before, the menacing faces of sin and we instinctively recognize them despite all efforts to conceal or disguise the malice they portend. They contort and disfigure the face that leers at us, the face behind which the turbulence of sin implacably roils. We recoil from them in either fear or disgust --- and we abhor them. The signature of sin is the same even as the faces change, but it is always inscribed on distinguishable faces, on identifiable persons. The sin, the malice, is personal --- that is to say, it infects a personality, an individual to whom we have some manifest connection. In a sense the malice, the evil, is personified; it assumes the personality of another. Avoid the person and avoid the malice, a very reasonable and effective remedy --- for us as individuals.

There is, however, another and much less clearly defined (but no less pernicious) aspect of sin that we are far less disposed to recognize --- despite ample and apparently futile lessons from history.

While most of us grasp the existence of our own individual sins --- and even more clearly the sins of others --- there is little awareness of our own complicity in sins that lacerate us as a people, a society, a nation --- even a civilization. This absence of the realization of an evil to which we contribute beyond our individual culpability, this failure to recognize the reality of collective as well as personal sin – essentially a recognition of our complicity in appalling moral enormities ---- not through our acts but through our silence --- is just as grave in nature (but more far-reaching and devastating in consequences) than most of our personal sins. The sin, as we see it, is not our own. It is not of our making. We do not will it, therefore we are not responsible for it. We recognize the evil. We lament it. But in the end, because we do not enact the evil ourselves, we have no responsibility for it.

Now, multiply that by a society, a nation, a civilization, and we begin to understand the nature of collective sin, the sin for which all are responsible but in which no one personally participates ... It might be summed up in three words: "Let it pass." Whatever the evil, whatever the injustice, whatever the oppression – in whatever form it takes – "let it pass."

We do not see --- it is inconvenient to see --- that when we fail to raise our voice against evil, to stamp it out as inimical to the good, as irreconcilably contrary to a Law greater than any men legislate (and subsequently amend, discard, or abolish) in courts or seats of legislature, however august, esteemed, and established its venue. Whenever we fail to raise our voice, and simply "let it pass" – we have entered into complicity with that outrage through our silence. We fear to condemn it, to reveal our abhorrence of it ... to act against it ... and in remaining silent we promote it.

Unlike individual sin which both confronts us and indicts us in clear and personal terms, collective sin is a much more subtle evil that attempts to elude the responsibility of the individual by diffusing and propagating itself in a social context. It is collaborative sin, sin that is only possible through the collaboration of the many. The Holocaust, slavery, and pornography come immediately to mind. And because it is so subtle it is extremely pervasive. In fact, we come to believe that the more pervasive it is, the less evil it must be. It is essentially morality as distributive, or more simply, morals as mathematics. In effect, "it is legitimized; it has become a matter of open policy, and since a majority are either practicing or condoning it, I myself cannot conceivably be held responsible for it, even if I loathe it. In fact, I have no right to personally object to what is publicly acceptable, and moreover, no legal recourse, should I choose to. So ... I let it pass."

We may recognize the evil, but believe that we can abstract ourselves from it and place the fault, the responsibility upon others. We distribute the blame, the guilt, until it becomes so suffuse that it is no longer morally tangible. That failing, any residual guilt can simply be ascribed to some impersonal corporate body, to the vast number – of which we, in fact, are part. This amorphous corporate body populated by real but somehow anonymous persons, becomes our scapegoat when the core meltdown of moral imperatives reaches critical mass and can no longer be ignored without catastrophic consequences to the individual and society at large.

We would do extremely well to reflect deeply upon the consequences of articulating morality through numbers.

In Mel Gibson's, The Passion of the Christ, a very brief, but memorable moment occurs when, amid the violence of the mob, an old woman stands, looking quizzically upon the scene of personal carnage. She looks with detachment, indifference, neither incited nor perturbed. This is such a frightening vignette that encapsulates our moral indifference in the face of evil. Her indifference, coupled with her curiosity, makes her the metaphor of evil through omission, of complicity through indifference. In this sense, she is a more frightening figure than the soldiers.

"Let it pass ... what has it to do with me?"

Unknown to her ... everything, both in time and in eternity.

Collective sin is malice through mathematics,; and because it is rooted in exponential numbers, it is inherently cumulative. So much so, in fact, that the individual sense of responsibility is diminished by the same exponent through which the collective sin is multiplied. There is a clearly inverse proportion between the magnitude of the distributed number and diminished responsibility.

What, then, was your place, my place, in the crucifying of Christ? What is our place and what our responsibility in the starving of a child, in the "therapeutic" killing of a baby in the womb, of the little girl sold into the slavery of prostitution and pornography? Do you still think that you can take refuge in numbers, loose yourself in the crowd? And how long will you continue "to let is pass" --- until it comes to your own doorstep?

Do the math.

Anonymous said...

Why can't Kenyans govern themselves like grown ups.

Dont you think if they could they would.

Anonymous said...

How can Kenyans govern themselves like adults when there is a cultural crash in the govt.

One of the principals keeps behaving like a lad saying he got a raw deal in an accord he negotiated and signed. The barstard can't even take responsibility for his own signature. A full grown man goes round crying that other men are undermining him. Some cultures never seem to teach men to grow up.

b-carotene said...

anon 12:56pm:
Anon 12:17 PM, its better we talk about sex than war or tribal hatred. At least sex unites us all - we all have it or are craves for it. WE are ALL a product of SEX!

eh? so where did this comment come from??

Anonymous said...

was jesus an adult or a child?
and did he have a child?
did her have a wife?

Anonymous said...

Yes it is unfortunately. We are pretty much in alot of madness until 2012, but since Kenyans dont learn the easy way, they will learn the hard way. Unless the mwananchi takes steps towards peace with their neighbour first, then the police, mungiki, mercenaries etc etc will continue having alot of reasons and business to do

Anonymous said...

B-Carotene, Scientists says SEX is good for your wellbeing. It reduces foul mood and increase healthy heartbeat keeping young for a long time.
Maybe the cure for Kenya is we supply free condoms and other contraception methods and encourage people to have more sex... erm... with one woman/man only like our president.

Anonymous said...

Kenyans we need to say the lords prayer every day... lets sing it together..
I know most of you have already head this prayer(in civilization IV-video)

I sing it all the time....
maybe GOD we here all our prayers and save Kenya..remove all the thieves, thugs and murderers from power......

WATCH- AND PRAY.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmut6FBx4xk&feature=related

Anonymous said...

ANON5:55 AM

I FOUND THIS VERSION- BABA YETU( LORDS PRAYER) AT LEAST IT SHOWS AFRICA...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrf6P2Os4WQ&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Hey I found this one showing the world and climate change BABA YETU-

totally in agreement lets sing the lords prayer for out beloved country

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cN8-6Hi8wSE&feature=related

Anonymous said...

While most of us grasp the existence of our own individual sins --- and even more clearly the sins of others --- there is little awareness of our own complicity in sins that lacerate us as a people, a society, a nation --- even a civilization. This absence of the realization of an evil to which we contribute beyond our individual culpability, this failure to recognize the reality of collective as well as personal sin – essentially a recognition of our complicity in appalling moral enormities ---- not through our acts but through our silence --- is just as grave in nature (but more far-reaching and devastating in consequences) than most of our personal sins. The sin, as we see it, is not our own. It is not of our making. We do not will it, therefore we are not responsible for it. We recognize the evil. We lament it. But in the end, because we do not enact the evil ourselves, we have no responsibility for it.

agreed we live in confusion about life and it all moves so quickly. It is not clear whether to protect from mistakes or to allow mistakes in the hope that people will learn from the mistake.
Studies of this size are very difficult to organize for others to follow. This Bible Time web ... It is abbreviated LAM in Bible quotes. We ... My purpose in this effort is to raise ...
Ecclesiastes 3:1

Anonymous said...

better to do what moi said: abstinence - only some people can have 2 wives...though officially they say they have 1 wife....
te pope had a wife in 1500 well not in name, just indeed. dont; bother with marriage just have sex when every ou want it. why not?

Anonymous said...

abstain too brutal, no condom? solution clignfilm and rubber band. make sure to seal edgesHa

Anonymous said...

Anon 4.36. The "real" jesus would have been married but the one created by the roman catholic church was not. Has any one noticed how the church is always wrong. They claim there is something wrong about sex but science says it is very good for you.

Anonymous said...

with everyone all of the time

Anonymous said...

phil why do you want to take over nostradamus career in 2009?

"assassinations!!!!!!!" what assassinations are we talking about?

lol! gangland killings are cold blooded murders and not assassinations

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