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Saturday, April 03, 2010

Open email letter to Ocampo: Kenyans want you to go straight for these 3

Hello Luis,

You don’t know me and we have never met but I have some very important things to say that should greatly help you in the colossal task ahead of you.

Since this is an open letter I am aware that many Kenyans will read it and passionately agree or disagree with me. My appeal to them is simple. The future of our country depends on us getting to the bottom of the mystery behind what happened in December 2007 and January 2008. This is a good time to clear our heads of all the propaganda that has been flying left right and centre and all the tribal emotions that have been very deliberately whipped up inside us. We need to get rid of all this excess baggage and focus on the truth. The whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Kenyans celebrating

But before I tell you what you probably already know, let me tell you a little story. Kindly oblige me, because Kenyans who have been reading my blog over the years will tell you that I love to tell stories. And sometimes I like to think that they help folks to get to the gist of things quickly. You be the judge, sir.

There was this father of many sons who though of himself as a genius. He hardly needed advice from anybody because he KNEW that he knew everything and nobody could outthink him or give him advice.

One day his first born son committed suicide. He left a detailed note explaining why he had taken his life. You see unknown to anybody else, a long time ago the old man had wanted to be a medical doctor but he did not quite qualify to go to university to study medicine. And so he purposed that before he dies his son must achieve what he had failed to achieve so many years earlier. He did everything in his power to make this happen. But all the time the genius did not realize one simple truth. He was trampling on the dreams of his first born. The boy was an excellent artist and he had the makings of being a great painter. But alas, the genius could not allow him to paint. Paint!!! What kind of stupid career was that? Somebody had to be really stupid to take up such a vocation. It wasn’t even a proper career, the genius KNEW.

And so when his first born defied him one day to follow his dreams, the old man cursed him. And after that there was no way that the poor son could make it in life, even where he was gifted. When the first born son discovered this truth (very late in life when he had become so frustrated) he despaired and quickly took his own life. What else could he do, he reasoned.

The genius decided that he would now transfer his big dream to the second born son. And so he went on and on through all his sons (and even his two daughters) without quite fulfilling his dream. He ended up a bitter and disappointed old man. But guess where the biggest damage was done? It was with his children. Everybody is born with a certain talent and gift and the worst thing anybody can do is to shut down somebody else’s dream. In many cases it is better just to murder them and get it over with. It is a lot kinder.

Even after all the damage that had been done, “the genius” did not believe he had done anything wrong. After all he had wanted the best for his children and never delayed in paying school fees. So what mistake had he done?

The moral of this story is that damage will continue to be done until the day somebody identifies the root cause of the whole problem and dares to deal with it. And many times it may not be so obvious to the casual observer who fears to dig deeper.

Kenya is at a very dangerous time of her history. What we need most at this stage is to identify the root cause of our problems (especially the more recent ones) and call them out by name without fear or favour.

And that is exactly how I will identify what really caused the problems that almost shut down Kenya in December 2007 and January 2008.

There are three people most responsible for what happened to us as a nation. Some of these people are convinced that what they did was for the good of Kenya and Kenyans, whatever the price that was paid.

Mr Ocampo, even if you do not haul these three people to the Hague to face charges it is in the best interests of Kenyans that these folks are completely kept out of Kenyan politics. More on that at the end of this open letter to you.

To understand what happened we need to remind ourselves of the events following the heady 2002 presidential elections where Kenyans finally got rid of an animal called KANU (or so they thought) from State house. You have never seen serious celebrations like the ones we saw in December 2002. A poor chap who couldn’t even swim dived into the murky waters of Uhuru park in sheer ecstasy and emerged muddy and wet but he didn’t care. (Remember the amazing footage of the swearing in of president Kibaki while he was still on a wheelchair that memorable December?

Actually if that man who dived into the waters at Uhuru park could have gotten a peek into the future and seen what was coming he would have stayed in the dirty waters of the Uhuru Park pond and drowned himself.

What followed was squabbling over an MOU (Memorandum of understanding) that was signed between Raila Odinga and Mwai Kibaki. President Kibaki may have done a terrible thing to dishonour the MOU but I dare ask what did Raila want or expect? To share power with Kibaki? To have Kibaki run back to him before he made any major decisions? Or perhaps he wanted acknowledgement from Kibaki that the man would never have gotten elected president without him (Raila). Whatever his real motives this man Raila Odinga began a war to discredit the Kibaki administration from within. At one point Raila openly told Kenyans to expect a general election soon.

So I put it to you that the person who put in motion the chain of events that provoked the deaths of so many Kenyans in December 2007 was in fact Raila Odinga.

I can already feel the stones being hurled at me. But engage your brains for a minute and put yourself in the shoes of Mwai Kibaki. What would you have done under the circumstances? Would you have quietly given in and let Raila have his way?

Indeed let historians record that the biggest mistake Raila Odinga made in 2007 was to ignore a proverb that founding father President Mzee jomo Kenyatta had used years earlier in response to a “change the constitution group” whose clear objective was to make sure that Vice President Daniel Moi never took over power from Jomo Kenyatta. Kenyatta quietly called them fools and advised them that when you want to subdue a bull, you NEVER show it the rope you are going to do it with. You just don’t. Mr Ocampo sir, I know that you will be able to identify with this proverb because I happen to know you are familiar with bull fighting.

Kenyans will remember what ODM was doing in the run up to the general elections in December 2007? It was as if Raila was already living in State house. Well you can call it the usual way with politics but I pray that you try and wear Mr Mwai Kibaki’s shoes there for a minute. What would you have felt if it was you? What would you have done? What would you have been pushed or provoked to do?

So the first guilty party in the mess we found ourselves in is Mr Raila Odinga. He is guilty of provocation. He provoked one Mwai Kibai to commit murder. Now in law Mr Odinga is NOT guilty of any criminal offence. However his actions allow some sort of mitigation from the person who went on to commit murder. If he has some good lawyers they can ask for the charges to be reduced to manslaughter. However there is only one little problem here. The man did not murder one or two people. In fact the Kenyan government still (officially) insists that about 600 people lost their lives in the dark events following those presidential elections. The press has stuck on the figure of about 1,000. Kumekucha sticks on the figure of close to 5,000 souls.

Now the next thing that happened was that Mwai Kibaki had to do something. Wouldn’t you? And so he rigged the presidential elections. If you have the newspapers that reported the general election tallies then you have valuable evidence that Mr Ocampo needs to look at to prove that the elections DID NOT reflect the clear will of the Kenyan people and that was part of the provocation to the troubles that followed. There is even more evidence to the effect that shortly before the delayed presidential elections was announced a number of highly “suspicious” things happened. The then police commissioner had what has to be his lengthiest press conferences ever where he dwelt on the issue of folks accepting election results without resorting to violence. Then many Kenyans also witnessed riot police surrounding and sealing off the city mortuary. Were they guarding dead bodies? Let me just stop there.

My point is that by simply reviewing the events that resulted from orders given by somebody from government shortly before “the results” were announced a lot of things will become very clear. And that is the president and his aides “knew” he had “won” the elections before the results were announced.

Mr Ocampo for Kenyans to see that justice has been done, somebody has to take responsibility for those lethal “orders” and that person should not be the then police commissioner Maj Gen Hussein Ali only. Not even the then minister in charge of internal security only.

The third person most responsible for the loss of life is one William Ruto. He fanned up emotions amongst the Kalenjin people mainly for his own political gain. Have you ever seen a person become a political kingpin for a whole community virtually overnight, unseating somebody like Moi who has held sway over the community for over half a century? Things happen suddenly in an election when people stir emotions. I am reliably informed that the evidence that would link this man to direct involvement in the violence is the kind that would not be admissible in a court of law in Kenya. But the Hague might be a different ball game altogether. Only that I fear this smart man has made a deal with those who have access to this evidence and therefore it will never be released to you Mr Ocampo.

Kindly excuse me for a minute, Mr Ocampo and let me address myself to my fellow Kenyans very directly for a minute.

Fellow Kenyans put your party and tribal affiliations aside for a minute and put on your thinking caps.

Everybody fears the next general elections and there is a lot of anxiety that violence could break out yet again and this time it could be a lot worse. Now what if something was done to stop these three people exercising any kind of political influence over the elections in 2012? For starters they should not even be allowed to run as councilors. Don’t you think it would magically diffuse all tensions and guarantee a very peaceful election?

Mr Ocampo I am sure that many Kenyans will agree with me over that last statement I have just made. And this is yet another reason why you must make sure that your investigations focuses on these 3 people (before anybody else) and that they are held responsible for the loss of life of so many innocent, poor Kenyans whose blood is crying out from the ground and no doubt this may be one of the reasons why you Mr Ocampo appear to be so driven to see justice done in Kenya.

Good luck sir and one last piece of advice. It is critical that at all times that you are involved in these investigations that you imagine yourself in a pit full of the most poisonous snakes in the world. And actually sir, that is exactly what you have done sticking out your neck to investigate this matter. Take every little precaution when you are in the country. Never use the same car, instead rely on the available excellent car rental services in Nairobi, even for limousines. Be careful when you eat in restaurants (kindly compare notes with one retired Detective inspector John Troon. But whatever happens be sure that the vast majority of Kenyans across political affiliations are cheering you on. Go Ocampo, go!!

Good luck sir, turning stones that are way too heavy to be turned and have NEVER EVER been turned.

Wakaribishwa Kenya nchi ambayo hakuna matata.

22 comments:

Mwarang'ethe said...

Chris,

Two points. Firstly, when seen from legalistic or journalistic point of view, we may point at Kibaki, Ruto etc as the cause of the violence. This is because law and journalism operate on static knife - edge moments or very short term runs of time.

As thus, your analysis is correct to the extent it only deals with the proximate cause which all is needed to light a powder keg.

However, when it comes to ultimate causes of the violence, journalists and lawyers seem not to get it. From this perspective, Raila, Kibaki and Ruto are not the real primary cause of the violence. Thus, ICC is not the solution.

This brings us to the 2nd point. By October 2007, the ICC prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, had received 2,889 communications about alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in at least 139 countries.

However, by March 2009, the prosecutor had opened investigations into just four cases:

- Uganda,

- DRCongo,

- the Central African Republic, and

- Sudan/Darfur.

All of them in Africa. All in all, thirteen public warrants of arrest have been issued, all against Africans. Off course, he has now added Kenya, another African nation to the list.

We do understand the desire of Kenyans to punish, or to see punished those they see as the cause of the violence.

However, after a carefull review of history and the today's geopolitics and the plans of big power for Africa, we have come to the conclusion that, ICC as it is operating, its calls for justice is nothing, but, a slogan to mask the big powers agenda to recolonize Africa. So, be warned as you celebrate Ocampo's entry in Kenya.

Many will jump at this conclusion, but, we shall have an opportunity later, to explain why we have come to this conclusion. When that time comes, we shall explain why more innocent blood will flow in Africa in the coming 2 - 3 decades if things stay as they are.

Daniel Waweru said...

Guys, April 1 was a couple of days ago.

Anonymous said...

Some empty heads still think that White Man Ocampo will solve all our problems. Besides cheering him, I suggest they buy him a white horse to ride on into Nairobi. Poor fellas, remember this: only ourselves will rescue Kenya from the problems we and our foreign masters have created. Period. Stop this maddness of self-hate.

Anonymous said...

chris, pls note that two pple have us all these problems and they shud lead the pack going to hague.these r kibaki and raila,the rest were foot soldiers.

Anonymous said...

Rome Statutes and foot soldiers

While there is some agreement in this jurisdiction that the doctrine of command responsibility

1)is considered part of the customary international law that

2) The doctrine is now embodied in Section 28 of the Treaty of Rome which provides:
(28) In addition to other grounds of criminal responsibility under this Statute for crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court:
(a) A military commander or person effectively acting as a military
commander shall be criminally responsible for crimes within the
jurisdiction of the Court committed by forces under his or her effective command and control, or effective authority and
control, as the case may be, as a result of his or her failure to
exercise control properly over such forces, where:
(i) That military commander or person either knew or, owing to the circumstances at the time, should have known that the forces were committing or about to
commit such crimes; and
(ii) That military commander or person failed to take all
necessary and reasonable measures within his or her power to prevent or repress their commission or to
submit the matter to the competent authorities for investigation and prosecution.
(b) With respect to superior and subordinate relationships not
described in paragraph (a), a superior shall be criminally
responsible for crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court
committed by subordinates under his or her effective authority
and control, as a result of his or her failure to exercise control
properly over such subordinates, where:
(i) The superior either knew, or consciously disregarded
information which clearly ndicated, that the subordinates were committing or about to commit such crimes;

2)should be considered part of the law of the land, the question posed in this paper is:
how high up the chain of command should the doctrine be applied? Does it go all the way up to the President, who is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces2? It
is the thesis of this piece that the question should be answered in the affirmative.

Anonymous said...

Chris,
I think in all fairness you have lost the plot.playing reversal politics with vengence is not a solution.whoever you are trying to please or target must be that foolish to believe you.My advise, report objectively and set a precedence of a true journalism.take time to reflect on your contribution and ask yourself if you have truely be inspirational or merely as a mouth piece inorder to survive.

Anonymous said...

Kibaki invites Bashir to Igad Summit



Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. He has been invited by his Kenyan counterpart Mwai Kibaki to participate in the Inter-government Authority on Development (Igad) Summit, in Nairobi on March 9, 2010. Photo/FILE

By JANET OTIENO (email the author)
Posted Thursday, March 4 2010 at 14:48
IN SUMMARY

Kenya's Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetang'ula delivers invitation to Bashir
ICC issued an arrest warrant against Sudan leader about a year ago for crimes against humanity
President Bashir has made several international trips since the ICC order
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has received an invitation from his Kenyan counterpart Mwai Kibaki to participate in the Inter-government Authority on Development (Igad) Summit, in Nairobi on March 9, 2010.

Igad is a seven-country regional development organisation in Eastern Africa with headquarters in Djibouti. It was created in 1996 to supersede the Intergovernmental Authority on Drought and Development (Igadd), which was founded in 1986.

Kenyan Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetang'ula delivered the invitation from President Kibaki during a meeting in Khartoum with his Sudanese counterpart Deng Alor. Mr Wetang'ula was accompanied by Ethiopian minister of Foreign Affairs Seyoum Mesfin.

Monitor the elections

Mr Alor, who described the meeting as fruitful, added that the visit came as part of an ongoing effort by Igad to review the progress on the implementation of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and preparations for the upcoming elections in April.

In a statement, Mr Alor said Igad would send observers to monitor the elections in Sudan since it was a member country.

Kenya is a signatory to the Rome Statute treaty, which forms the basis of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which issued a warrant of arrest for President Bashir a year ago. ICC wants President Bashir to answer for charges related to crimes committed in Sudan’s south-western region of Darfur.

Moreover, the ICC judges are currently contemplating a request from the prosecutor to open a high profile investigation into Kenya's post-election violence events in late 2007 and early 2008.

Since the ICC issued a warrant of arrest against President Bashir, he has largely restricted his travels to Asia and Africa.

The Sudanese leader has over the period visited Libya, Ethiopia, Egypt and Mauritania, among others.

He has turned down several invitations to attend functions in Uganda, Nigeria, Venezuela, Denmark, Turkey, South Africa and the US according to report on Sudan Tribune newspaper.

Anonymous said...

Chris:

Ocampo seems more preoccupied with dramatic pronouncements that facing the realities of Kenya. He is headed for a mud bath in Kenya and by the end he will look himself in the mirror and not recognize his face. His ego will be buried here in Kenya and he will retire in Argentina a broken man.

He says he will make an example of Kenya to the wide world. Even the British imperialists never used this type of language at the height of their power!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

this blog tends to boring by the day. whatever became of kimi, vikii and that wierdo from the coast, yes, kwale? wish they'd return.

luke said...

Aha!
Chris
i knew you were a closet Them Mushrooms fan all along! the proof is in the way you end your post with the words "hakuna matata"-hmmph....Les Wanyika indeed!

welcome to the club and well done for coming out of the closet on this one my brother,please there is no shame in admitting you're a fan of Them Mushrooms for i am one too.

Anonymous said...

glad to see you did not identify Moi as one of the culprits; it appears moi's actions while president was in fact to prevent a similar event to 2007/2008 5000 deaths and scores of idps

Anonymous said...

The so called open letter to one Mukwambo Mugambo Okampo violates all the rules of 'How to Blabbering 101.'

The whole truth and nothing but the truth about pre-EV and post-EV had nothing to do with the three horsemen of the near political apocalypse 2007/8.

There is no evidence that the alleged top political contenders ever forced the hand,, mind and will of any single Kenyan citizen to resort to wanton destruction of human life and property.

They never commandeered the villagers to strike out against their neighbours who had voted otherwise in the name of true democracy, freedom of choice, and freedom of affiliation.

Why? Simple answer: endemic barbarism and reptilian hatred against those who are different begins at home.

It's a learned barberic behaviour that is passed on from parent to child, and from one generation to the next.

I wonder how perpetrators of the PEV would have answered Mwai Kibaki's or Raila Odinga's command, order, call, exhortation, or encouragement to rise up in arms and kill their own biological children, siblings and parents?

NONE! ZERO! NADA! ZILCH! LISWET!

One of the ways to identify the cause of the whole (Kenya's ethnic) problems and dare deal with it (root it out), is for the rabid tribal foot soldiers (common people), diehard supporters and barbaric low level leaders to admit their role, accept responsibility in Rwandan style gacaca courts and agree to 100% restorative justice rather than waste the next twenty years blaming Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga for the national political mess and perpetual ethnic barbarism that rarse its ugly during every general election.

We need to learn ways in which we can take off our barbaric ethnic masks, take a very hard look in the mirror of our hidden dark side and figure out why we always agree to surrender our conscience whenever we are dealing with our half-baked democratic process and members of other ethnicities.

That our NATIONAL ETHIC SICKNESS that needs Mr. Mukwambo Mugambo Okampo to arrest, contain and deport to the ICC aka Immediate Castration Centre.

Anonymous said...

3:31 AM

What are you so scared of? Let the guilty be afraid of what they duid during PEV. Or are you waiting for Rwanda 1993/94 in order to make sense of what needs to be done before sudden evil descends upon Kenya?

Anonymous said...

Good one Chris,

Let Raila, the 65 year old hair dyeing octogenarian moron go to the hague and if his moronic followers like Phil want can follow him there and throw stones if not uproot railways.

Molasses Raila goes to Hague will read the local daillies.

Nimesema

Anonymous said...

can someone please send me a link of Citizen newpaper if there si any ?

Anonymous said...

I wish to correct you on several issues, first of all you talk of
“And that is exactly how I will identify what really caused the problems that almost shut down Kenya in December 2007 and January 2008.” Then you go ahead to also erred on not dealing with the cause of it. The problem goes way back even to pre-independent period however you have chosen to concentrate in 2002 to date as if people didn’t kill each other before that date.

The problem is with issues of land and tribalism, the former dating before pre independent while the later perpetrated by Kenyatta, fuelled more by Moi and blown off by Kibaki. It’s very sad that you have never thought a dime of what Mwaragethe always talked about.

Post election violence was a scapegoat people used to violently address these issues.

Once you can’t address the issues of land and tribalism then expect another war even when Raila, Kibaki and Ruto are absent. Maybe in future Ocampo will visit Kenya again to deal with leaders of Mungiki, and later with SLDF leaders.

I would wish that you apologise for the mistakes in this post and abide by the truth otherwise I’ll treat this post as belated April fool’s prank.

Recently I was reading a post by Professor Mutua about Raila and presidency in 2012 and I think you belong to the people who will want to tarnish him that much because this post seems to be about tarnishing Raila than anyone else though you try to put other names to hide it’s intentions.

The arguments you are using against Raila are the arguments I can easily use to put all the blame on Kivuitu and pass everybody else as innocent!

Second of all the guy who jumped in murky water didn’t do it out of excitement, but he did it because he was being chased after he had stolen a phone from someone.

Philip.

Anonymous said...

I wish to correct you on several issues, first of all you talk of
“And that is exactly how I will identify what really caused the problems that almost shut down Kenya in December 2007 and January 2008.”Then you go ahead to also erred on not dealing with the cause of it.

The problem goes way back even to pre-independent period however you have chosen to concentrate in 2002 to date as if people didn’t kill each other before that date.

The problem is with issues of land and tribalism, the former dating before pre independent while the later perpetrated by Kenyatta, fuelled more by Moi and blown off by Kibaki. It’s very sad that you have never thought a dime of what Mwaragethe always talked about.

Post election violence was a scapegoat people used to violently address these issues.

Once you can’t address the issues of land and tribalism then expect another war even when Raila, Kibaki and Ruto are absent. Maybe in future Ocampo will visit Kenya again to deal with leaders of Mungiki, and later with SLDF leaders.

I would wish that you apologise for the mistakes in this post and abide by the truth otherwise I’ll treat this post as belated April fool’s prank.

Recently I was reading a post by Professor Mutua about Raila and presidency in 2012 and I think you belong to the people who will want to tarnish him that much because this post seems to be about tarnishing Raila than anyone else though you try to put other names to hide it’s intentions.

The arguments you are using against Raila are the arguments I can easily use to put all the blame on Kivuitu and pass everybody else as innocent!

Second of all the guy who jumped in murky water didn’t do it out of excitement, but he did it because he was being chased after he had stolen a phone from someone.

Joragem said...

Chris,

You are a frustrated man. Just give up. You have nothing to tell Ocampo but to sandbag him with unnecessary side comments.

I thought you knew the details of Kenya well. Now I see how naive you are. All your Kumekucha Special reports are also turning desparate.

Indeed the mountain of burden of truth is on Ocampo. However, Kenya as we know it has already been clensed with the blood of innocent PEV victims, with the CoE Draft and subsequent Parliament Approval, with Ocampo getting the green light from ICC and all occuring prior to Good Friday, when Jesus supposedly shed his blood for us.

Good day.

Joram

Anonymous said...

A C C O U N T A B I L I T Y O F
T H E P R E S I D E N T
UNDER THE COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY DOCTRINE
P A C I F I C O A . A G A B I N
Professor, PHILJA, and Dean
Lyceum of the Philippines University – College of Law

see http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph/publications/summit/Summit%20Papers/Agabin%20-%20Accountability%20of%20the%20President.pdf


While there is some agreement in this jurisdiction that the doctrine of
command responsibility1 is considered part of the customary international law that
1 The doctrine is now embodied in Section 28 of the Treaty of Rome which
provides:
(28) In addition to other grounds of criminal responsibility under this
Statute for crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court:
(a) A military commander or person effectively acting as a military
commander shall be criminally responsible for crimes within the
jurisdiction of the Court committed by forces under his or her
effective command and control, or effective authority and
control, as the case may be, as a result of his or her failure to
exercise control properly over such forces, where:
(i) That military commander or person either knew or,
owing to the circumstances at the time, should have
known that the forces were committing or about to
commit such crimes; and
(ii) That military commander or person failed to take all
necessary and reasonable measures within his or her
power to prevent or repress their commission or to
submit the matter to the competent authorities for
investigation and prosecution.
(b) With respect to superior and subordinate relationships not
described in paragraph (a), a superior shall be criminally
responsible for crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court
committed by subordinates under his or her effective authority
and control, as a result of his or her failure to exercise control
properly over such subordinates, where:
(i) The superior either knew, or consciously disregarded
information which clearly indicated, that the
subordinates were committing or about to commit such
crimes;
2
should be considered part of the law of the land, the question posed in this paper is:
how high up the chain of command should the doctrine be applied? Does it go all
the way up to the President, who is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces2? It
is the thesis of this piece that the question should be answered in the affirmative.

Anonymous said...

With all the recent well calculated scams where billions went missing, Kenyan style, you can bet about Ksh 2 Billion of that corruption money will be for fending off Ocampo. Witnesses will be bought like you have never seen before on the African soil. Jomo Jnr has already instructed his bankers to put aside about Ksh 450 Million to hire the best legal minds from Britain, also called the Queens Counsels- QC. Ocampo better brace himself for an epic finale, tricks, mud-slinging, innuedos and you can bet even the good old colonial and racist cards is hidden up there.

PNU insider.

Mwarang'ethe said...

mud-slinging, innuedos and you can bet even the good old colonial and racist cards is hidden up there.

PNU insider.

4/6/10 12:36 AM

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

It is not a question of "old colonial and racist card." ICC is a colonialistic tool.

Meanwhile, u can see a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad here:

http://wikileaks.org/

Anonymous said...

POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE 2007/2008:
1.Tribalism initiated by Jomo Kenyatta where only GEMA was favored all the rest is but NYAMU.
2.Impunity where GEMA leaders only think GEMA and nothing else
3.Inequitable distribution of the national cake where GEMA takes it all
4.Inequitable distribution of jobs where GEMA takes more than 80% of jobs as opposed to their 20% share in th population of the country
5.Abuse, where GEMA has an abuse for all non-GEMA communities, including the Kalenjin whom they have robbed of jobs and land whom they call ''THE CHILDREN OF DOGS!''
6.GEMA community does not accept that anybody else can rule Kenya
7.GEMALAND IS MAJIMBO SINCE 12.12.1963. They do not allow non-GEMA communities to trade there, buy land. If they do then they do not buy from the, they steal from, they burn the businesses, they kill the non-GEMA people who are persistent in being in GEMALAND.
7.Jomo Kenyatta divided Kenya into GEMA and the rest- the NYAMU.

Until that community changes and respects other communities our politico-economic conditions will continue to worsen.

We are not naive GEMA is the problem that caused PEV.

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