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Monday, May 16, 2011

How To Fool and Enslave Africans

By Mwarang'ethe

Some writers and commentators on this blog have asserted that, imperialism as the key factor in the African mess is over rated. We read these prejudices with a lot of amusement. We do so because, many seem not aware, that, the first thing imperialists have done in all ages is to ensure the citizens in the imperial centres and the slaves in the conquered nations are kept stupid and ignorant of the forces at work. This is done through state imposed education, media, religion and state organised pomp. They do this because, they know, majority of humanity abhor slavery. As such, the goal is twofold. Firstly, they ensure no guilty feelings are aroused on the part of imperial citizens by ensuring they never fully realise they are being used to enslave others. Secondly, the enslaved must be kept stupid, distracted and ignorant that, the corruption, impunity and violence they see around them is just the effect and not the cause. As such, to fasten delusions and childish fantasies on the slaves, the imperialists fund projects to fight the effect of that which they engineer. As an example of childish delusions, you may study idlers and noise makers like PLO Lumumba and their parasitic organisation called KACC.

They succeed brilliantly because; they know from psychology and history this. Men appeal not so much to truth itself, but, to the prevalent opinion, and are therefore, disposed to treat whatever stands opposed to it, as necessarily erroneous. The authority, in which men acquiesce, is therefore, that which is present, and to which they have been accustomed to yield assent. Whatever is opposed to this, and separated from it by distance of time or space, has no influence on their judgments. So ignorantly kept, the citizens of the imperial centres who get some crumbs from the table of the imperialists, perpetuate the imperial system by sending well intentioned, but, ill thought aid to the poor slaves of the conquered nations. By doing so, they vainly deceive themselves very good people who care about the poor people.

For the slaves in the conquered nations, they see flags dangling in the air, dogs and soldiers marching on independence days and they vainly imagine they are free. Armed with such false interpretation of what they see, they form the wrong opinion that, to end the rampant corruption, impunity, famines, etc, the present leaders must be replaced by better ones with better morals and values. How the present leaders are bad, who should replace them and how, such nonsense then, as a matter of irrational logic, occupies the minds of slaves every day. To aid in the process of getting better leaders, lawyers like Koki Muli engage in civic education. Needless to say, well funded by the imperialists. To crown this modern circus, the UN and the associated bodies send election observers as we see in Ivory Coast and soon in Libya. This is the prevalent opinion/prejudice, but, is not the truth. In other words, these elections we see around are nothing, but, a modern circus like that of Middle Ages Italians who had annual practice of hurling from top to bottom wagonloads of live hogs for the diversion of the populace.

Now, on 5th May, 2011, two things were reported in our pressitute. The DN informed us that: “EPZ manufacturers to sell products domestically once Bill is passed”. We mentioned these Special EPZs on 13th May, 2010 in our article: EPZs and Modern Slavery: Who Shall Tell Wanjiku the Ugly Truth. The other piece of news was a legal circus on the CJ interviews as we see here.

As one would expect, Kenyans only noticed the useless legal circus led by Mr Abdulahi Ahmednasir. One can understand Kenyans. It is their desire to have a nation where justice flows like the mighty spring. However, Kenyans led by these learned fools, are like a florist, whose desire for the flower as the ultimate product, leads him to neglect the roots and leaves which are intrinsically of greater importance, because, on them, the evolution of the flower depends. In other words, these learned ignorant lawyers, have never bothered to reflect, is it rational to expect a good judicial system in a nation of serfs? Woe unto you lawyers!

From the EPZ report, we are told that, when this law is passed, those who operate in the EPZ’s will be allowed to sell their products locally. This, we are told by Mr Mathenge Wanderi, the EPZ Chairman “during a workshop in Kwale to sensitise local residents on EPZ opportunities in the region.” It is when you read such statements, you are forced to recall Jesus saying, forgive them Father, for they know not what they do. Reading further, we hear that, the Kenya Association of Manufacturers is against this idea for it will favour EPZ manufacturers at the expense of other normal manufacturers. Let us first note this. The EPZ idea is from the World Bank and associated bodies. We agree with KAM. However, we go further to demonstrate imperialist destructive genius at work.

Firstly, when we set EPZ’s, we exempt the manufacturers located there, from a lot of taxes/robbery. That is fine. However, these EPZ people require some common services such as security and good roads. More so, since most of the manufacturers in the EPZ’s are foreigners, they are paid abroad by those they manufacture for. This means therefore, may be only about 10% of the sums involved per each product is ever seen in Kenya. If this is the case, we ask, who funds the common services these manufacturers expect? The answer is simple. The local manufacturers and their employees. In other words, through these EPZ’s, imposed on us by our friends, the poor of the poor of this earth, subsidise the mega corporations which are the buyers of the EPZ’s products. As if this was not enough, now, the plan is to have tax free manufactures compete with those who subsidise them.

And, by the way, why do we need these slave enclaves called the EPZs in the first place? The priests tell us that, we need them, so as to raise foreign currency. Why do we need so much of these foreign papers? They tell us, to pay debts and pay for our imports. How do we incur these debts? Well, we incur them to enlarge our slums as we read here: “World Bank approves Sh8.4 billion for infrastructure upgrade”. In other words, to connect our own labour with our own soil, we need dollars. Translated. Americans get a chance to export their engineering and capital goods. As a consequence, when we get dollars from our coffee, instead of using it to buy industrial goods to modernise our economy and thereby, ensure the necessary social political reforms which must follow such modernisation, we hand over the same to the West and keep on importing that we can make ourselves. Why do they do this? The imperialist know that, by importing raw materials worthy $ 20 billion, they can turn the same into $ 200 billion. At the same time, our slums as planned by the WB would have expanded for more loans in the future.

Even worse, when we incur these foreign denominated debts, we are further pushed into more EPZs and cash crop farming at the expense of food crops. Therein, by utilising our best soils for export oriented agriculture, we find ourselves starving every year. Now, to solve these problems, Professor Calestous Juma has come with a new formula in his new book: The New Harvest. As one would expect, of a mis – educated African, in the service of the Empire, he presented his findings to the gullible African leaders. Well, we have news for Professor Juma. The imperialists have already decided to saddle Africans with more debts. Now, using Juma’s book as authority, expect more debts which are nothing, but, alienation of future African labour, i.e. capitalising the blood of the unborn. In other words, Juma is just another African Trojan horse. The problem is that, when these debts come due, Juma will be long gone and the Africans slaves who will bear the brunt of the same, will be distracted with usual nonsense like elections, new constitutions etc. You can see the interview of this African Trojan horse here.

Why this is going on, you may ask. Simple, because, in our childish ignorance, we have accepted it. You may ask, how? As an example, study Articles 36, 46, 46A and 47 of The Central Bank of Kenya Act and Article 231 of your wonderful new constitution. You may protest that, the matters discussed therein, are too technical. We ask, didn’t Koki Muli conduct civic education to you? Should you continue to inquire, we shall tell you that, universal suffrage assumes you have the relevant information to be a citizen. You may not know it, but, these few lines, there lies the summation of imperialist’s experience of the last 6000 years. If you do not understand that, then, remember this warning: “Voting - The Modern Opium of the People”.

In the same article, we read this: “Due to stiff competition from Asian countries for foreign markets and high production costs in the country especially on electricity, most manufacturers operating in the EPZ framework have closed down.” Why is this happening Mr World Bank? This is the deal. On 14th April, 2011, it was foolishly reported by our empty heads that: “Lots of hope in Makueni as techno city gets off the ground”. Among other things, you will notice these words: “The government signed a contract with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the transactional advisors for the $10 billion project in October 2009.” Also, so innocently, you will read these words: “... India is a world leader in technology today. Egypt’s similar project, known Smart Village, hosts 120 companies and 20,000 professionals. Cairo expects to increase the tally to 500 companies and 100,000 professionals by 2012. Kenya’s project in Makueni involves massive infrastructure upgrade including the development of a high speed railway system.”

Translated. The IFC, as an imperial economic strategy, is giving loans to numerous 3rd world countries to set SIMILAR projects. Do you think they can fund different BMW car manufacturing in 20 countries? Never. They will even bomb such factories were they to appear. Once these projects come online at the same time, they will be competing to sell the same standardised product to the same market. Therefore, the price offerings must be lowered so as to compete by all these nations. This will be the same with the agricultural loans the African Trojan is bringing. So many evil consequences, unseen now, will flow from this.

Firstly, we will be left with debts we are unable to pay. So as to pay these debts, we will be advised by the IMF, World Bank/IFC, to sell our Mombasa port as an example. The same bodies will buy the same on credit. That time, the operative word will be efficiency. Also, given the stiff competition, the operators will have no choice, but, to offer serfdom wages. Now, factor this “The government has started building a perimeter wall around the 5,000-acre land meant for the project, triggering a rush for plots in its environs.”

Translated. Rents shall be high enough, to absorb any surplus the serfs may get and thereby, reduce them to total slavery which ensures we never build internal market so that, we remain dependent on external markets. We mentioned this issue several times, so, we just cite one article: “Nyanza To Be Double Taxed Under The New Constitution”.

Now, in a nation of slave wages, we are told by the charlatans calling themselves learned friends that, Kenyans are “committed to nurturing and protecting the well - being of the individual, the family, communities and the nation.” For these empty and foolish words, see the Preamble of the New Constitution. If you have time to waste seeing a flower without roots and leaves, you may read the empty Bill of Rights in Chapter Four of the new wonderful constitution. Just to make your life easier, we mention Article 30 where we find that: “A person shall not be held in slavery or servitude.” They forgot to write, “Except where such person is employed at slavish terms at the Special EPZs.” Also, in Article 41 (2) we read that, “Every worker has the right - (a) fair remuneration.” They forgot to write, coming from the sky like manna. These empty heads, paid millions for nothing, lie to themselves that, legislation can add to man new powers. They may as well make laws to affect movements of the planets. However, do not worry, these same lawyers, will form the NGO’s funded by the imperialists to agitate for better pay from the evil manufacturers and stir imaginary conflicts between labour and capital so as to throw dust into the eyes of mankind.

And, we are not yet done. Without entering into complexities of the EPZ’s, we just note this. The EPZ’s are borne out of functional analysis of the kinds of activities a factory performs. In other words, the rewards due to any factory/business activity are dependent on the functions, risks and intellectual property it controls. From this, there flow very evil consequences. For instance, the outsourced parts are mostly low – end activities which are subject to constant or negative returns to scale and have very limited scope for learning. Consequently then, the rewards for the kind of economic activities are very low. In other words, Kenya like all African countries is now locked into a Malthusian trap whereby, due to vaccines, good health etc, while our population is expanding without any significant increase in productivity. This lowers the living standards back to the subsistence level. This being the case, we find ourselves locked into a zero sum society whereby, the elite circulation is, and can only be based on static rent seeking rather than, dynamic rents which come from serious industrial activities.

This being the case, we have a system whereby, personal wealth must come as a matter of LOGIC and HISTORICAL evidence:

(a) from siphoning rents from raw material extraction,
(b) from international aid industry which clouds rent seeking in the industrial activities.

This then, leads to corruption as an inevitable, integral and NECESSARY part of the African economies. From this, just like the pre – industrial societies, we are now locked into cyclical sequence of tribal wars with each tribe trying to secure the static and non – productive rents that accrue to the capital or major towns. Now, with increased taxation and destitution that must follow the implementation of the new law, you can expect things to unravel even faster. The question is, why did Kenyans fail so miserably? We find the answer in the words of a famous historian that:

“... to comprehend this important truth, let us attempt, in an improved society, to calculate the immense distance between the man of learning and the illiterate peasant. The former, by reading and reflection, multiplies his own experience, and lives in distant ages and remote countries; whilst the latter, rooted to a single spot, and confined to a few years of existence, surpasses but very little his fellow – labourer the ox in the exercise of his mental faculties.”

In summary therefore, the catastrophic failure by Kenyans to understand their own minds and their own society is an indictment of the whole education system which emphasises mere knowledge and not understanding. For instance, if the designers of this new law were truly men and women of learning, they would have been instructed by these words:

“The decay of the great industrial and commercial towns also brought poverty upon the whole Greece: agricultural work proved unprofitable, and the artisans could find no employment in the secondary towns, yet at the same time, as in great and small republics, the peasants flocked to the towns from the most distant parts of the country and abandoned the country as the nation grew poorer. The vices attendant upon wealth, luxury, the thirst for pleasure, avarice, the gambling spirit, municipal pride and intrigue, far from disappearing, continued to develop with increasing force. By degrees, large estates worked slaves or lands entirely deserted had replaced districts formerly populous, while in towns art languished and morals deteriorated, in spite of the most desperate efforts. Want and corruption, walking, as usual, hand in hand, entered the palace of the noble, the house of the merchant and the humble dwelling of the peasant.”

In the end, when we analyse the new constitution, we can only observe that, it is impossible to design a more unjust and absurd constitution than that which condemns Kenyans/Africans to perpetual servitude under the arbitrary dominion of strangers. Yes, servitude, corruption, fraud and violence propped by Law and Order that our new CJ shall administer. This must be so because, without material abundance, which we have abandoned, the most valiant and heroic strivings shall be in vain. It is so because, wealth underlies all civilization and ultimately, therefore, to a large extent both knowledge and religion. It may be among the lowest, but, is also the first step towards social worth and national strength. We need not value material wealth for that which it is in itself, but, for that to which it can be made to minister. As such, from it, we derive all intellectual, social and religious advantages. Anyway, as a poet wrote:

Wherefore feed, and clothe, and save,
From the cradle to the grave,
Those ungrateful drones who would
Drain your sweat – nay, drink your blood!

The seed ye sow another reaps;
The wealth ye find another keeps;
The robes ye weave another wears;
The arms ye forge another bears.

Sow seed – but let no tyrant reap;
Find wealth – let no impostor heap;
Weave robes – let not the idle wear;
Forge arms, in your defence to bear.

Rise, like lions after slumber,
In unvanguishable number!
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep has fallen on you!
Ye are many – they are few.

128 comments:

Anonymous said...

**YAWN** Boring drivel!!!

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe,
Thanks for this informative and well articulated article. Don't be discouraged by the naysayers comments because its impossible for intellectual underweights to contribute to something which they are unable to understand.keep on making this blog a place of enlightened understanding

Tiskie of Jukwaa

TheBigBoss said...

Agree with above, boring article without a single punch line.

Please:

- blame also Employment act for allowing the casual worker status !!
- blame also the horticultural businesses who grabbed land to enslave casual workers !!
- blame the western to force farmers to grow tea/coffee for export instead of food !!
- blame the rich & middle-class Kenyan/Indian who enslave their staff 7 day per week (to wash their car at 6amn and 8pm) for peanuts !!
- blame me !!

EPZ is just a drop in the ocean... Poverty is the key here, not EPZ.

Anonymous said...

Samuel Wanjiru loved his mpango wa kando to DEATH!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru was jinxed! Believe that or not but that's the TRUTH!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:06AM&4:12AM
you must be one of those very idle kenyans. keep your madness off here, try twitter or maybe mashada

Anonymous said...

Kumekucha, did you really write this rambling piece or is it from someone else?

Anonymous said...

I would rather political bootlickers of Mulu ilk but akina Tiskie wiping assses ati intellectual underweights. So in your empty what do you contribute apart from clapping? Please show your mentle.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnn

Anonymous said...

@Mwara,
And you are a product of IMPERIALIST eductaion. Your penchant to critique everything smacks of eternal activism. You remind me of student leaders of yore. Man nothing you say here is new may be to Tiskie and others who are intellectually lazy and you provide the abbreviated links to expand the ego.

You are stuck in fundamentalist mode. Come to think of it yours is akin to the al-Shabaabs seeing evil lurking everywhere. I know this is going to mak you hit the keyboard so hard with all inrrelevant historical references, bring them on.

Anonymous said...

Gaddafi indicted by ICC. Ocampo is on a proll for the Lybian regime.

Mwara must be advising Gaddafi. Look at this

......Deputy Foreign Minister Khalid Kaim said the court was a "baby of the European Union designed for African politicians and leaders" and its practices were "questionable".

Wembe Wa Mugumo Tree said...

beware the arrogance of blind ambition.

Anonymous said...

I hope when you talk of imperialism you are not referring to Colonialism?
Your former colonial master Britain was once under the Roman occupation and rule which was very repressive at the time. I do not hear Brits complaining about the Romans or what the Romans did to them. In fact the Romans civilised the Brits by building many roads, founded London the capital and brought Christianity to pagan Britain which was engulfed in dark ages. Does this sound similar to Kenya?

Anonymous said...

Mwara, I think you’re now taking this imperialism talk too far. Besides imperialism I believe African problems can be blamed on many other factors, with poor governance and bad politics being top on the list. For example, do you expect any meaningful progress with the kind of directionless coalition politics that have been with us for the last almost 10 yrs; I guess NO, with or without imperialism.

And assuming imperialism is the main problem it will be interesting to know your views (practical solutions) on how to combat it.

I also do not agree with u that fighting corruption is less important. Why should few-privileged fellows continue stealing billions from public coffers as others get sick from feeding on cats?

Anonymous said...

Intellectual fraud is deception in disguise. Refusing to see things for what they are but instead minting, nay re-cycling, theories to advance a warped course is the height of delusion.

Lakini nyani haoni kundule so instead you label others idiots for not fitting in you narrow prism of intellectual discourse which is nothing but midevial intellect.

All that Sumarian folklore and modern statehood are at total variance. Use history if you fancy it to inform the present but stop suffocating in the medivial myths.

It is intellectual escapism to read IMPERIALISM in every problem afflicting Africa/Kenya. Even the so-called developed countries were once colonies, e.g. Britain/Roman and US/Britain. And while at it don't throw those cheap shots deriding the same economies feeding your fingers that hammer the keyboard shameslessly with abandon. Shindwe.

Anonymous said...

CHRISTIANITY IS NOT STEALING, RAPING, KILLING BWANA RUTO

If Ruto thinks he is a good Christian and rejects Mutunga's earings as anti-Christ, then he should first of all bring back the fraud money he pocketed to the Kenyan tax payer.

Five witnesses died mysteriously during Ruto's probe. Mr Ruto you were YK92 member number 2. You stole billions of tax payers money.

If you are A CHRISTIAN and not a devil and money worshipper bring the money back. That would be CHRISTIANITY. otherwise funga mdomo kabisa and wait for your trials.

Anonymous said...

Keep waxing 24/7. Meanwhile FOUR Kenyans [28-yrs, 32-yrs, 36-yrs and 49-yrs] who happen to be by products of the old imperial education system are busy (@Mission Control) contributing to the efforts for the final launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour.

Anonymous said...

The news about Prof. Calestus Juma's book is bound to keep some people like Mwaran'ethe busy running in circles chasing their own overweight intellectual tail views.

Anonymous said...

This article might help you to understand colonialism from your former colonial master!

http://www.historytoday.com/graham-webster/british-under-roman-rule-study-colonialism

Anonymous said...

Shame on you! Daring to attack imperialism while still continuing to benefit immensely from everything imperial is not only shameful but very hypocritical.

People living in imperial glass house should never throw stones at imperialism.

Could the so called anti-imperialist forces out there indulge Kumekucha for a moment or two with simple to the following?

(a) what's the language of choice used in scolding imperialists?

(b) take guess as to what kind of dress code or attire the anti-imperialism crusader was wearing at the time his sentiments were being fermented through his keyboard?

(c) your guess is good as any other, with regards to the poster's place of residence or current refuge for the self-styled anti-imperialist philosopher. no details nor hints required.

(d) does the anti-imperialist use a cup, glass, plate, spoon, fork, knive, sugar, tea, coffee, wheat products, etc on any given day?
(e) what the use of imperial products suck as laptops, pcs, cellphones, tv, radio, and many other gadgets?

(f)what about medical treatment for various illinesses? Does the anti-imperialist resort to using alternative or traditional medicines as opposed to the types manufactured and pantented in the imperial west?

(g) does the wise old anti-imperialist stalwart travel by road, bus, car, motor boat, ship, plane, private jet, or does he still prefer to use the beaten bush paths in his local?

(h) what about lighting when darkness falls? does the anti-imperialist take advantage of modern amenities such as electricity, flashlight, candle light, generator, or goes to sleep once the bonfire is spent?

(i) what about the bedroom department? sleeps on a bed or on the floor covered with a cow hide?

(j)does he worship his God through his cultural rituals, symbols, laguage, hyms, community gatherings, and space provided by ancestral forbearers?

(k) are the reference books on the selves of the anti-imperialist crusader written in imperial languages or in his own ethnic language?

Anonymous said...

alot of you Kenyans who have been fooled and enslaved don't even know it! you are the ones making the most empty noise against Mwarang'ethe and yet you are in most dire need of emancipation from the shackles of neo-colonialism. Truly you will forever remain stuck up the creek without a paddle

Anonymous said...

anon 7:21 am
emancipation from what? and how are you any different from the rest of the noise makers, fooled, enslaved, and chained kenyan lot, the neo-colonialist yes-men and yes-women?

let's be serious for a second, what are the indigenous names for a paddle, creek, kayak (not boat), rowing (paddling), shackles of neo-colonialism, and emancipation among your people?

Anonymous said...

After Roman rule ended in Britain they sang this hymn/poem as their national anthem.
-----------------------------------
Land of Hope and Glory, Mother of the Free,
How shall we extol thee, who are born of thee?
Wider still, and wider, shall thy bounds be set;
God, who made thee mighty, make thee mightier yet!

Truth and Right and Freedom, each a holy gem,
Stars of solemn brightness, weave thy diadem.

Tho' thy way be darkened, still in splendour drest,
As the star that trembles o'er the liquid West.

Throned amid the billows, throned inviolate,
Thou hast reigned victorious, thou has smiled at fate.

Land of Hope and Glory, fortress of the Free,
How may we extol thee, praise thee, honour thee?

Hark, a mighty nation maketh glad reply;
Lo, our lips are thankful, lo, our hearts are high!

Hearts in hope uplifted, loyal lips that sing;
Strong in faith and freedom, we have crowned our King!

Anonymous said...

Even Jesus (Our Lord and Saviour) was born under imperialism - Roman Empire!!
He lived under the Romans, He paid His taxes to Rome, He was tried by the Romans and died on the Roman cross.
All that did not stop Him fufilling His mission and the purpose under which He was sent to.

Ironically it was the Romans who helped to spread His message of Christianity to the world. Under Emperor Constantaine, the whole Europe was converted to Christianity.

Likewise, imperialism should not stop anyone from achieving great things in life!

"All things work together for good..."

Mwarang'ethe said...

I also do not agree with u that fighting corruption is less important. Why should few-privileged fellows continue stealing billions from public coffers as others get sick from feeding on cats?

5/16/11 5:37 AM

xxxx

Your query has been answered in the essay. The current opinion is that, with parasitic bodies like KACC, you are fighting corruption.

However, when it is pointed that, thats a delusion, you still want to cling to the current opinion.

Thats why we wrote:

"They succeed brilliantly because; they know from psychology and history this. Men appeal not so much to truth itself, but, to the prevalent opinion, and are therefore, disposed to treat whatever stands opposed to it, as necessarily erroneous. The authority, in which men acquiesce, is therefore, that which is present, and to which they have been accustomed to yield assent. Whatever is opposed to this, and separated from it by distance of time or space, has no influence on their judgments."

So, you are at liberty to go on with your delusions.

xxx

We also, did note this:

"This being the case, we have a system whereby, personal wealth must come as a matter of LOGIC and HISTORICAL evidence:

(a) from siphoning rents from raw material extraction,

(b) from international aid industry which clouds rent seeking in the industrial activities.

This then, leads to corruption as an inevitable, integral and NECESSARY part of the African economies."

If you could REFLECT on these two paragraphs, you will find yourself agreeing with us and stop believing in delusions and childish fantasies.

NB: Isn't the ongoing corruption in the oil sector a means of elite circulation?

In other words, if the mps, senators, governors that you shall elect in 2012 have been funded by corruption, what do you expect when they get into power?

Anonymous said...

You are CONDESCENDING when you write

..If you could REFLECT on these two paragraphs, you will find yourself agreeing with us and stop believing in delusions and childish fantasies.


As the PARAGON of all knowledge it beats logic to see why the simple fact that smart people don't try to will all arguments escape you.

You call people name like childish and there is no intellectual toddler that thee. Stop the DELUSION please that you know all and wengine hawajui (ego trip).

Your rants smacks off
1)intellectual activism, arrogantly pontificating as the alpha and omega of all knowlege

2) master of contradiction who is EASILY EXCITABLE with at e-cheers from the likes of airhead Tiskie.BTW if one is to copy paste you previous posts you would call them names will e-VIOLENTLY diagreeing.

Just a thought, what makes you think that all are wrong except thee? What if your unrivaled delusion makes you be the one consistently wrong bila kujua?

Anonymous said...

Intellectual activism is deception in disguise. Being real is alien to those with a head burdened with UTOPIA.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Just a thought, what makes you think that all are wrong except thee? What if your unrivaled delusion makes you be the one consistently wrong bila kujua?

5/16/11 9:55 AM

xxx

Our record is clear. Just read all essays we have authored.

Last year, as all Kenyans talked about the new wonderful constitution, we wrote on the forthcoming inflation. Who was right?

Truth cannot be determined by polls.

In any case, we are yet to read any substantive response to what we have written.

Why not take the challenge?

If you do, and prove we are wrong, we shall thank you, and abandon any false ideas. We shall do so, because, we have no intention of living with delusions and childish fantasies.

Anonymous said...

Well said Prof UTOPIA. Just chill and lurk in the shadows for news and then pounce with historical justifications. FYI anything can be justified and that doesn't make you a prophet, ama? Ever heard of BRAVADO, told-you-so?

Well, I guess utopia must be a lonely planet, please entertain airheads on earth.

Anonymous said...

Taabu, Phil, Chris, Kalamari, et al, where art thou with some of your refreshing posts? Must you all wait for the August 2012 political season before some of you can be heard or read? Come on!

Anonymous said...

If there was anyone to complain about imperialism it should be the Jewish people/Israel.
They have endured all kinds of foreign rules from the Syrians, to Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks,Romans,Saladins(Egyptians),Crusaders,Bynthanites,Ottoman,Turks and more recently the British - they have seen them all. But ironically the jewish people remain as strong as ever! Despite it all, they have kept their cultures, their religion and above all sanity. Hilter tried his hand to wipe them out of the face of the earth but he failed! Today there are about 14 million Jewish people left on earth, but yet they control half of the world's wealth. From entertainment, technology, medicine, media, discovery, invention, science, industries... they are the leading experts.

My friends, you have no excuse whatsover for not succeding. Don't blame anyone, blame it on your grasshopper mentality!

Anonymous said...

Talk of Prof. Juma or Dr. Moyo and it will sent a deep shockwave through Einstein Mwara Ngethe's medulla.

Anonymous said...

That Jewish prosperity claim is a product of childish delusion. Hiyo ulisoma wapi, LOLLEST!

Anonymous said...

anon 11:19AM
why don't you also put a refreshing post or whats stopping you? This site has many many bloggers and you can also become one of them or are you content to be an e-cheerleader of your favorite intellectual brain credential?

Anonymous said...

@Anon 11:57,
Thanks for asking.
Here is the link for Jewish wealth. In fact many many of them like Chelsea's football club owner, the founder of facebook (the young 26 years old), European Jews, Russian Jews billionares living in London, and many other rich Jews have not made it on that list.

http://www.jewishwealth.org/

NB: Jewish people have won more Nobel Prize more than any other ethnic group.Mainly for the contribution to science and physics.

Anonymous said...

Kenyans are hypocrites on mourning Wanjiru. The truth be said at the risk of sounding sadistic, Sammy fell on his own sword-MPANGO WA KANDO, period.

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru died of SEXUAL LUST. And let the battle begin for his property between mama Wanjiru and Triza. Being successful from HARD WORK is one thing but managing that wealth and fame needs BRAINS not brawn.

Anonymous said...

Somebody have been trying to kill Wanjiru for a reason we do not know. In january this year he cheated death from road accident only to die 5 months later. That should sound an alarm to somebody. Mambo jumbo is still alive and well in Kenya. This is not supersition, but Wanjiru died from supernatunral forces from the powers of darkness.

Time for kenya to deal with witches the way Europe dealt with their witches in middle ages.

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

Anonymous said...

At various periods during the Middle Ages and Modern times in Europe, witches were persecuted and even executed on the flimsiest of evidence. Any woman could be accused of witchcraft and even someone who tried to help others, such as a healer who used plants and herbs in her cures, could be accused and put on trial for witchcraft, a trial which could cost her life.
The fear of witchcraft reached its height in Western Europe during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the time of the witchcraft trials. Those seen to be practising witchcraft were believed to be in league by the devil and panic from the public caused the authorities to hunt down and punish those practising witchcraft.

Witches were tortured either during their trial and/or, as part of the prescribed punishment if a court found them guilty. If condemned to death, a witch could face hanging or being burnt at the stake.

Facts about Witch-hunt in Europe:

. Germany killed more witches than any other country. Followed by France.
. More witches were killed during the reign of King James 1 of England (the one who commissioned King James Bible) more than any other British monarch.
. Most witches in Britain were burnt alive through public lynching.
. Every single country in Europe paticiapted in persecution of witches.
. For a period of 200 years more than a million witches were killed in Europe - 80% were women.

Mwarang'ethe said...

My friends, you have no excuse whatsover for not succeding. Don't blame anyone, blame it on your grasshopper mentality!

5/16/11 11:29 AM

xxx

So, those who are slaving in the EPZ's have grasshopper mentality?

Or, what answer do you give to them?

Or, if we may ask, how do those who slave in the EPZ's get wealthy like the Jews?

Anonymous said...

@Mwara,
One solution for EPZ workers is to start blogging and recite history and sing Bob Marley. They must have the knack to CRITIQUE everything and lurk in the shadows preaching Armageddon.

Until they adopt UTOPIAN mentality they will always slave, ama? And while at it they must never forget to blame EMPIRIALISM as the chief slave master. Abacadabra.

Philip said...

Mwarangethe,

What sayeth thou if I claim that you are the one who is fooling us to think that all our problems is imperialism so that we don't focus on the solution closest to us?

Or then, provide us with the solution and not complaints and insults. Please don't refer to history but clearly describe our system, providing evidence, and problems it faces, then provide solution considering that they are many factors which can interfere with those solutions.

Further I ask you a question that I asked long time ago and you have never answered, if you solution is implemented successfully, will corruption stop? And if it starts, will it not be a problem?

I'm waiting.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip said...
Mwarangethe,

What sayeth thou if I claim that you are the one who is fooling us to think that all our problems is imperialism so that we don't focus on the solution closest to us?

xxxx

Let us hear the solution closest to us bwana Philip. Once we read about it, we shall respond appropriately.

NB: However, bear this in mind. NONE of the conventional solutions will work.

As a matter of fact, anything we do from now to "solve" the mess, will make things worse. Just check the price controls for oil.

More so, all solutions we have seen are just about expanding PARASITIC class. How does expanding parasites solve our mess? In other words, we would like to hear of a solution closer home that does not ADD a single coin of more tax.

xxxx

Or then, provide us with the solution and not complaints and insults. Please don't refer to history but clearly describe our system, providing evidence, and problems it faces, then provide solution considering that they are many factors which can interfere with those solutions.

xxx

Complaints? We have not complained. We just point out where the real cause of our mess starts.

Insults? We have just pointed out that, one must be foolish to expect justice, human rights respect in a nation of slaves. Is that an insult or the truth?

In a nation of slaves, there is no labour, but, just capital. That makes so much difference in real life.

For instance, how does a man who is learned, or, who calls himself learned, tell us that, we shall not have slave conditions, when at the same time, the laws as framed, interfere with natural economic laws to produce slavery?

xxx

if you solution is implemented successfully, will corruption stop? And if it starts, will it not be a problem?

xxx

If the solutions we have suggested (see our past essays), corruption will stop being an issue.

Yes, like in any society, there will be some corruption here and there. However, such corruption shall not be the basis upon which we organise our politics and will be just some police work as in any other country.

In other words, the fight against corruption upon which 3rd world politics are now organised, is an imperial strategy to throw dust into the eyes of mankind.

Anonymous said...

@Philip, many of us share your sentiments. Earlier on, I had asked Mwarangethe how he thinks we should tackle imperialism; it at all it’s the main problem and as usual he evaded the query. Instead, he hit back with 'delusions' & 'childish fantansies' rants.

@Hypocrites at 12.55 & 1.04 p.m, Are you suggesting you are alive because you do not engage in mpango wa Kanda and sexual lust like Wanjiru? If human beings were to be punished by instant death whenever they sin, almost all of us would be gone by now. Probably you could also have died a while ago for being judgmental (a sin too)

Anonymous said...

Actually Switerland killed more witches than Germany (as per population)

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe,
The academic theories of Mwarang'ethe are what we see happening in Zimbabwe today i.e. deployment of twisted retribution against purported sabotage of western governments and their colonial legacy.

Your "bookish economics" may be intellectually accurate but is uncreatively impractical even where you live in.

As long as you continue flogging that dead horse of neocolonialism you will be unable to provide simple or practical solutions to political mismanagement and corruption.

TheBigBoss said...

She is a witch - a classic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrzMhU_4m-g

Mwarang'ethe said...

The academic theories of Mwarang'ethe are what we see happening in Zimbabwe today i.e. deployment of twisted retribution against purported sabotage of western governments and their colonial legacy.

xxx

You must distinguish between two things:

(a) nationalistic plans like those of Zimbambwe, which are aimed at marginal amelioration which will surely fail, and

(b) far reaching structural transformation, such as the ones we advocate.

In that case, your attempt to think would be graded F, for you are yet to grasp what we have been saying all along.

xxx

As long as you continue flogging that dead horse of neocolonialism you will be unable to provide simple or practical solutions to political mismanagement and corruption.

xxx

Fine. Let us read/hear those simple or practical solutions you have in mind Sir?

We are waiting.

NB: Please, do not tell us about all those conventional solutions given to us by the WB, IMF, TI, KACC etc. We know them. We have studied them very carefully and found them rubbish for they are not founded on NATURE of man, but, delusions.

Philip said...

Mwarangethe,

Long time ago when you had started commenting in this blog you used to mention that the problems affecting us originates from land and monetary policy. At first we didn't understand but later we understood. It made a lot of sense and I even said I wholeheartedly agreed with you.

This was a problem that was caused from within and the solution to it is from within.

I don't know why all of a sudden it's imperialism that has become our problem.

I see that you have completely turned away from your earlier views concerning our problems. I tend to think that just the same way you have accused people here of failing to understand simple things is the same way you have also complicated matters to the extend of understanding the simple things you had written earlier unless you convince me that what you had earlier thought was the cause of our problem was not because later you discovered that even that that you thought was our problem was infact the effects.

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe,
Alright.Just an example-recently we saw the nomination of CJ and DCJ taking place on camera.After a 2 week process the JSC settled on 2 nominees Dr.Willy Mutunga and Nancy Baraza

However the christian church in Kenya in conjunction with the MP for Eldoret North Mr. William Ruto have come out fighting against the nominations stating that they are uncomfortable with the ear-ring ornament Dr.Mutunga wears as they are not sure what that reflects.Mutunga himself has laid to rest their fears stating that the earing is worn for religious purposes

my question to you is should a judiciary charged with the responsibility of dispensing justice do so by suppressing the individual liberties of citizens when previous judges and magistrates failed to show integrity and honesty despite acceptable appearance? or is this just delusion and childish foolishness which is not worth wasting time focusing on?

Servant of the Lord Jesus Christ! said...

Grasshopper Mentality explained!

Numbers13; 30-33
"…We became like grasshoppers in our own sight and so we were in their sight…"

We must learn from Numbers 13. The Israelites became and were seen by others not as they were but as they perceived themselves to be.

We must see as God sees and he sees us not in comparison to our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, friends or mentors...but as individual, unique creations. Let us not compare country against country, skin tone to skin tone or dialect to dialect. Let us not compare profession against profession, church to church, nor bank account to bank account. For when we do, we lose perspective and receive to ourselves less than or more than truth. It is not God's ways.

Anonymous said...

Mwarang'ethe,
you always back your arguments with accurate references from solid sources. the rebuttal from these intellectual underweights shows not everyone is able to match you in comparison with their inability to enlighten our comprehension. You are doing well to ignore many of these noisemakers

Tiskie of Jukwaa

Anonymous said...

@Mwara,
So no conventional solution leaves us with ONLY MIRACLES. So we beseach you prophet to shower us with miracles. Please populate this blog with UTOPIAN miracles.

EPZ must start blogging and arm themselves with NONCONVENTIOANL historical facts to escape slavery, LOL.

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru didnt commit suicide. That is a fact. That murder plan was professional.

Use an excuse of a troubled marriage to finish a successful young man.

The planners colluded with a woman. Then his wife appeared, then he was thrown (by some person/people) down the balcony to fool us that Wanjiru was running away from his wife and commited suicide.

Who could be behind it?
1) His wife (Motive: money)
2) His Kenyan fellow athletic colleagues (Motive: qualification rivalry)
3) His international athletic rivals (Motive: Battle for records)

Haya. It is now the assignment of the police now to investigate. But I can tell you the outcome.

As long as Iteere, Tobiko and Wako are in charge, the police will take bribes and come out with trash.

A pity. No justice in Kenya. It is not yet Uhuru.

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:14 AM

The church has every right to interfere with CJ's nomination. As a matter of fact church should have more power in judiciary and in the government. We do not want a devil worshipper in charge of the judiciary! PERIOD

Lest you forget King Charles 1 of England was executed for blasphemy. In fact he was beheaded at Westminster in London. The date of his execution was January 30th 1649. He was declared unrighteous King for trying to introduce liberal laws and for his many conflicts with religious leaders and Bishops.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip wrote

This was a problem that was caused from within and the solution to it is from within.

I don't know why all of a sudden it's imperialism that has become our problem.

I see that you have completely turned away from your earlier views concerning our problems.

xxxx

Well, you imagine that, you can understand land and monetary policies of Africa without understanding imperialism?

You cannot. These are the UMBLICAL CORD that feed the imperialists from your sweat and blood.

It is therefore, the ultimate goal of imperialists to:

(a) prevent the dissemination of accurate knowledge of how these umblical cords are used to rob us,

(b) and how such robbery, produces dysfunctional societies as we have in Africa.

NB: (a)for instance, this information cannot be allowed in our main pressitute and schools. Why?

(b) Even on this blog, you can see what is going on.

Having denied you that knowledge, they tell you, your problems are: lack of free and fair elections, corruption, AIDS, poverty etc etc.

Consequently, so deceived, we organise our politics/constitution making to fight corruption, famine, AIDS, ICC, elections/OPIUM taking sessions etc etc.

Having been mis - directed to useless ventures, the imperialists can continue using backward economic institutions they created, to rob you and enslave you.

In other words, what we have consistently said is this. Our politics, if they have any meaning whatsoever, must be about one thing:

(a) reforming our economic structures. Period.

And, to reform our backward econ. structure, we must reform the land and monetary as well as taxation policies.

Once we reform these backward economic structures, we will cut the imperial umblical cord.

Just to repeat, to distract thee from the real reforms required, i.e. cutting the imperial umbrical cord they tell you about new CJ, new governors, new mps, KACC, and such bullshit.

Now, specifically:

(a) s.49 amendment of the CBK in 1996, where did the idea come from?

Did it come from you, i.e. did you suggest it to your mp or from the imperial centres?

And, why was such kind of amendments pursued all over the world since 1990's???

Was that accident or a plan? Since is not an accident, whose plan was it? And, what were/are his goals?

(b) in your wonderful constitution, you have an "independent" CBK.

Where did you as Philip get that idea from?

And, what real purpose, does that "independence" serve?

Does it serve you Philip, or, Wall Street?

(c) the IMF ordered Kenya to increase VAT so as to get KES 40 bn. just last month.

Did you Philip have a say on that order? And, if not, why? And, will such an issue be part of 2012? And, if not, why?

(d) the WB just gave us money to EXPAND our slums. Did you Philip initiate that loan? And, does that loan help you or make your life even more miserable?

Will such a loan be part of 2012 politics? If not, why?

And, what is the connection between these loans and s. 49 we mentioned above?

If you ponder these questions, the link between land, money and imperialism will be clear.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Lest you forget King Charles 1 of England was executed for blasphemy. In fact he was beheaded at Westminster in London. The date of his execution was January 30th 1649. He was declared unrighteous King for trying to introduce liberal laws and for his many conflicts with religious leaders and Bishops.

5/17/11 4:28 AM

xxxx

Could it be his "liberal" views were about Church of England and African slavery?

Or, enslaving Africans and asking for compensation when they were freed is not blasphemy?

http://is.gd/oPfNR1

What sorrow awaits you teachers of religious law and you Pharisees. Hypocrites! For you shut the door of the Kingdom of Heaven in people's faces. You won't go in yourselves, and you don't let others enter either.

Wembe Wa Mugumo Tree said...

Anon 4:28 AM
what is the officially recognized state religion of Kenya?The church has a right to interfere with CJ's nomination but on what grounds?can they discriminate against his qualification and experience because of his dressing? and doesn't your new constitution prohibits discrimination on the basis of race,gender, religion and age?
You are speaking of "devil worshippers" in charge of the judiciary! so those who were corrupt and denied Kenyans justice all these years in the judiciary were Holier than thou simply because they lacked an earing?

Was Charles 1 beheaded for wearing an earing or did he attempt to introduce liberal laws despite being dressed royally as a King? Let us not be hypocritical please

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru should have married a white woman or any foreign woman other than Kenyan gold-diggers.
He should have done what Julius Kariuki another olympian from Nyahururu did, marry a mzungu! Wanjiru's untimely death HAS to do with the women that were in his life. Kenyan women are v. dangerous and more so when it comes to money. His death bears all the hallmarks of a Nigerian movie.

Anonymous said...

Mwara,
I thought you were clever than that to know King Charles 1 was executed because Parliament disliked all his money making ways and religious changes. Parliament had a vote, to see whether the King should be executed and it was agreed he was going to be!

Anonymous said...

Why do we keep quoting the Jesus'sayings when it's already stated that religion is one of the main imperial tools (assets for mental slavery) used to enslave the worldly African minds?

Anonymous said...

You sound bitter against Kenyan women, what does your Kenyan mother and/or sister have to say about your case?or were you born an orphan? in which case have you now married a mzungu to make your dreams come true?

I doubt you have ever had a Kenyan girlfriend and if so what did she do to you?

Anonymous said...

Jesus was not an imperialist, get that fact right. He was born in the Middle East to a Jewish mother and Jewish step-father, he was raised Jewish and died Jewish.

Please differentiate between Jesus and religion. Jesus did not enslave anyone. He came to set men free.
It is the religion that enslaves people, and alot of evil has been done in the name of religion (notably by the Catholic church) eg:
-Creation of Islam
-Crusades
-Slavery
-Holocoust
-Persecution of witches in Europe
-Child abuse scandal
...and many more.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:26 a.m.
Don't try to fool and ensalve yourself at the same time.

Kenyan women had nothing to do with the young man's accidental death.

He took matters into his own hands by going out to have a very good time, seeking the company of another woman, and failing to get a room at a nearest hotel if he really wanted top the nightly fun.

Why did he bring a stranger or temporary company to his personal residence which happens to be his matrimonial home?

Further, he was not threatened at gun point, nor was he forced to leap from the bedroom balcony by his enraged wife.

The young man may have been under the influence of some sorts and forgot the fact that he was a long distance runner and not a high jumber or a world record pole vaulter.

Even a professional pole vaulter would have needed a soft landing pit to break the fall.

Deadly lesson for future athletes in similar circumstances. Let him rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru was killed by a witch.

Anonymous said...

There are those who want to discuss Samuel Wanjiru's death as if they were there on the day he passed on or as if they were his wife or family member or even the clandestine other woman

What benefits are you deriving from discussing the death of someone you hardly ever knew?or would you also like to meet a fate similar to his?you seem interested in establishing your own investigation over the death of the late marathon runner, unless you work for the police? otherwise you have a warped sense of decency and one day when its your turn i hope we won't be discussing you here on this blog. Let Wanjiru RIP

Anonymous said...

Wanjiru is NOT a victim of a witch. He is a victim of gold diggers.

It is easier to investigate and find out. But our corrupt police and judiciary will cash the money and forget justice.

That's why we want Mutunga and Baraza. We expect them to be sturbon and see to it that only non-corrupt judges are entrusted with such cases. The civil society must press for dismissal of police boss and Tobiko.

We want to see that justice has been done.

Ruto MUST GIVE Kenyan tax payers the money back which he got through fraud.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 6:26
You sound jittery, did you have anything to do with it?
Wanjiru was a young talented individual, and it is normal for people to talk about his death. Do u want us to stay mum about his death?

Would you believe even here and now, we still talk about the death of Princess Diana 14 years after her death?
Conspiracy theory one after another. A film was just released this week of the possible culprits. And it's an ever ending conspiracy some bizzare, some crazy, still some possible.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Diana,_Princess_of_Wales_conspiracy_theories

Anonymous said...

Feel free to discuss death in whichever context if you so wish, but after the discussion of Wanjiru/Diana/Mother Teressa etc what have you gained? in the case of Wanjiru its just wild speculation and far fetched conclusions about witchcraft/Kenyan gold digging women/Kikuyu's love for money etc. Isn't this what Mwarang'ethe means when he says "Africans are fooled and enslaved"?

I assume these death discussions are therapeutic to the idle but one day it will also be your turn to leave this earth would you wish for your demise to be discussed in a biased way that only serves to shatter any dignity you and your family had left?

Philip said...

Mwarangethe,

In other words you are claiming it's imperial power behind all these poor monetary and land policies. That's it's not our leaders that we should fight but the imperial power.

But then to fight this imperial power first, then introducing the right monetary and land policy will need some form of leadership otherwise it'll be a hell of confusion to fight them without proper leadership.

So what needs to be said here is that fighting leaders per se is 'delusion', but we should concentrate on supporting leaders who will be able to influence and bring us together to fight the imperial power. So leadership shouldn't be wiped completely.

So another question is, how do we fight imperial power?

Anonymous said...

@Anon 7:05
The other day I was watching a documentary on TV about "who killed Jesus"? As bizzare as that many sound, people still want to know who killed Jesus 2000 years after his death. And on another documentary I watched last Christmas, it was asking "who framed Jesus"?. And of course you can imagine the number of possible suspects.

So my friend, it is normal for people to talk about someone who made an impact on people long time after they are gone.
Personally I will be very happy if people talk about my death when I am gone. It's an honour.

kenyaone said...

Mwanrangethe. I think this is a brilliant treatise. In fact some of the examples you have given i will use elsewhere and perhaps the whole piece as a point for topical discussion. I would only ask that you follow up on the same with a 'reverse' logic argument to show what we should have done/been dong as both a nation and a governmnet in order to reverse the spiral unto decay. That is what would mark the efforts of a true patriot. Not only demonstrating what the problem is but showing us viable solutions as well.

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Jesus was not an imperialist, get the fact straight.

Mmmmmm! Still blaming the Catholic Church for verything that;s gone wrong under the sun.
That's a fascinating analysis that sheds some light on the extent to which our own form of underdstanding religion is rooted in the warped notion of blaming 'the Catholic Church' and other institutions as well as ancient establishments to justify certain positions that people hold dear.

For the record, I am not a darling of the Catholic Church and all it's stands for, but I am wise enough to know that without the Catholic Church there would be Jesus as he's known to date.

If anything, Christians of all faiths should always be grateful to the Catholic Church and Church Fathers (theologians, teachers and bishops) for their prominent role in production and preservation of the Christian Bible during the early centuries.

Creation of Islam.
The Catholic Church had nothing to do with rise of the Islamic Caliphate, nor should it be blamed for the origins of Islam in the same way Judaism should not and should never be blamed for "creation" of Christianity.

What do Judaism, Christianity and Islam have in common? They are all ....

Holocaust.
Religiously sanctioned military campaigns, slavery, destruction of conquered nations and elimination of certain races, abuse of power and sexual perversion were the norm dating back to the Ancient Assyrian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Mesopotamian empires, et al.

The Catholic Church was not the originator of the evil way of existence, and of course, two, three, four or five wrongs don't make it right, nor I am condoning any of it.

Jewish step-father or a Jewish foster father of Jesus? And does it really matter whether he's a real "step-father" as a given tenet of faith or not?

I always uphold the respect for other people's faith or belief system, unfortuantely, some people seem not to understand what their faithe is all about, and that's when they need to be held reponsible or called to task or left to cheriah their worldview.

Anonymous said...

Who is it that once said "the imperial climatic conditions are to blame for famine, hunger, dorughtlands and death in many African countries"?

Mwarang'ethe said...

Mwarangethe,

In other words you are claiming it's imperial power behind all these poor monetary and land policies. That's it's not our leaders that we should fight but the imperial power.

xxx

We are not claiming anything Philip. We are only showing the hidden facts as they are. We are just making the hidden dots clear. That way, the whole picture starts to emerge.

When you borrow money from your enemies to build toilets, you are done. Just follow the consequences as we have noted them and see where you will end up.

Our point is simple. The time to cut the imperial suction pump/institutions was during the new constitution.

Now, instead of cutting off these imperial suction pumps:

(a) you have entrenched them in your bloody constitution, how then, do you fight imperialists or even your leaders thereafter?

(b) you have added many more parasities who must feed on what imperialists used to leave. How that improves Philip's life, we are ignorant.

Brother, when we say fighting imperialism, we do not mean taking guns or taking to the streets.

That is a childish way of doing things. Such a strategy will fail as we see in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and elsewhere.

It is by removing intelligently the imperial structures from your bloody laws, you fight imperialism.

That assumes your lawyers and others are well educated. Unfortunately, as we demonstrate here, they are idiots.

xxx

But then to fight this imperial power first, then introducing the right monetary and land policy will need some form of leadership otherwise it'll be a hell of confusion to fight them without proper leadership.

xxx

Leadership from where? You are the leader.

Frame issues that should be the centre piece of politics. That is the meaning of leadership.

xxx

So what needs to be said here is that fighting leaders per se is 'delusion', but we should concentrate on supporting leaders who will be able to influence and bring us together to fight the imperial power. So leadership shouldn't be wiped completely.

xxx

As we noted, it is too late. You can keep on changing leaders as you want. However, it shall change nothing.

In this sense, it is now delusions to assume anything will improve. And, if you think so, educate us how.

In other words, you shall now live in poverty, corruption ridden society. Your kids shall do the same, and perhaps many generations to come. It is a question of maths and physics.

How does that sound?

xxxx


Not only demonstrating what the problem is but showing us viable solutions as well.

xxx

We have some articles here which have shown what reforms should have been about.

xxx

Anyway, we leave thee with, Why by Tracy Chapman:

http://is.gd/hrNhYH

Anonymous said...

Exodus 22:18 (KJV)
"Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live"

This is the scripture that was used to justify the persecution of witches in Europe and as a result so many women who were suspected of witchcraft were either publically lynched, burnt alive or executed at the court of law.

Anonymous said...

In the same token what justifies the burning to death of elderly women who are perceived to be witches in certain regions of Kenya?

Anonymous said...

King Charles II who succeeded his father Charles 1 after he was beheaded was not good either. He fathered 12 illegitimate
children with 12 different women despite being married.

Anonymous said...

@ 5/16/11 1:18 PM

You are too superstitious you dont need mumbo jumbo to kill anyone , all you need is a few paid thugs and a truck for a staged accident,lazy police officers will buy whatever story. How ofeten does one die from a fall from a balcony? people normally break limbs but rarely die. The guy did not jump he was tossed out!

Anonymous said...

The untimely death of Samuel Wanjiru will once again bring Kenyans face to face with the necessity of being mindful of your progeny by sorting out your last will and testament before you time on earth expires

African men often sire large families and sometimes more than one,and then keep the identities secret from each one while they are still alive.Its only when they die that they leave a mess behind with ensuing in-fighting for properties and the belongings of the deceased

Women are not innocent of this vice either, as their average mentality is one of waiting to marry a rich tycoon even if it means being a 3rd or 4th wife, and giving birth to large numbers of children which they are not able to look after.When the polygamous husband dies mother and children are condemned to a life of poverty and suffering

The takeaway is simple:-African men must learn to write their will and last testament while they are still living.If you don't plan your children's future you subject them to the antics of the village elders and extended family clan whose sincerity is compromised by their antiquated and outdated cultural habits.

Remember there are no 3rd world countries only 3rd world thinkers

Anonymous said...

Reading through the comments in this inspiring analysis from Mwarang'ethe, one cannot fail to recognize 3 categories of Kumekucha readers;
1) The envious lot who have the best mis-education from top league schools in high ranking universities. These are the fellows who will poke holes, taunt, and go personal in their comments because deep down they know Mwarang'ethe is right but are envious and jealous because they have not been trained to process and synthesize information looking at the bigger picture like Mwarangethe does.
2) The clueless. These are hecklers who cannot even manage to read through one paragraph of the beautiful essays that Mwarang'ethe posts. They visit Kumekucha hoping to find the 'treading' political news or scandals that was the 'brand' of Chris Kumekucha. They are restless, energetic and have no patience of anything intellectual. They form a large majority of Kumekucha readers.
3) The serious lot. These are unfortunately few but they read, reflect and engage Mwarang'ethe in a constructive way. They are people with open minds whose brains process information without prejudice and make deductions from facts. This is the group that will make changes in Kenya and Mwarang'ethe should not relent in speaking to this group while ignoring the hecklers.

Finally we have the last group of a few individuals who try to manipulate Kumekucha readers by populating the comment section with diversions. Unfortunately, these few individuals have moderation powers.

ToJ

Anonymous said...

ToJ,
Don't forget your own special category-that of brain credential certifier.

This group is populated by shadow cheerleaders who never contributes to "treading" posts instead they want to be seen currying the favour of whoever makes the most intellectual comments

This group actually does Mwarang'ethe more harm than good because they insult innocent bloggers with name calling and derision of their intellectual inferiority. They are determined to offend anyone who disagrees with Mwarang'ethe for their own interior motives

Such is the job of ToJ and his coterie of online e-supporters

Anonymous said...

anon 4:54 pm,

You sound bitter. You must be in the 1st category that ToJ mentioned. You tell ToJ to contribute while forgetting to check your own worthless comments. At least ToJ put some brains to his comments and I actually agree with him. He is helping make things clear to new kk visitors like me. I will check kk archives for more contributions from Mwarangethe to help me contribute constructively to this treatise.

Anonymous said...

"The serious lot. These are unfortunately few but they read, reflect and engage Mwarang'ethe in a constructive way. They are people with open minds whose brains process information without prejudice and make deductions from facts. This is the group that will make changes in Kenya and Mwarang'ethe should not relent in speaking to this group while ignoring the hecklers."
xxx
When the misery, corruption, and all kinds of evils that are eating Kenya reach a threshhold that is beyond bearing, then they will start to listen. But perhaps not. Start then, to contemplate the dissolution of this articficial state and Nation that they call Kenya. Watalia na Kusaga Meno.

Anonymous said...

We have been fooled and ensalved for far too long. First, we were fooled and enslaved by our paramount chiefs, local chiefs, traditional healers, witches, wizards and some clever elements within our very own oppressive cultures and villages.

Then came the Batumbula, "the body snatchers", Arabs, and Europeans who were involved in slavery, a prosperous trade that lasted from around the 8th century uptil the early 20th century.

Along came the European explorers and missionaries who then opened the floodgates that ushered in the age of imperialism.

Some wise Africans have said the imperial flags followed the same paths taken by the Bible bearers, but they have always failed to tell it as it is, let alone remind the Africans about how the leaders of the various freedom movements fooled and ended up enslaving the very people and countries they claimed they were fighting to free in the name of full independence.

As time went, many dictators were disposed only to be replaced by other dictators in countries like Sudan, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Algeria, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Central African Republic, Congo, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, Ivroy Coast, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Togo.

The African Diaspora has not been spared from from fooling and enslaving themselves under the guise of assuming they are far much superior than the majority of fellow Africans they left behind wallowing in abject poverty.

The fooling and enslaving, enslaving and the destruction of African minds and nations will continue unabatedly for decades to come.

Such is our African life.

Anonymous said...

ToJ,
congratulations
for being a very keen observer and reader of many categories of Kumekucha mindsets.
Unfortunately
you did follow your own adivce by joining "the serious lot" who are good at processing, sythesizing and engaging Mwarang'ethe's posts in a "constructive way, with an open mind whose brain processes information without prejudice and makes deduction from facts".
Instead
of engaging in diversions like the rest.

Anonymous said...

I a reason why some comments are facing selective deletion?
I wrote 2 hours ago addressing anon 4:54pm and my comments appeared only to be deleted by one of the moderators.
I think someone is seriously eroding freedom of speech and trying to influence course of debate in KK as alleged by ToJ.
I wonder what happened to Chris who was more democratic than whoever is axing opinions that seem to support Mwara.

Shame on him/her.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Mwara has a point.

Botha’s Speech -1985

THE FOLLOWING is a speech made by former South African President P.W. Botha to his Cabinet. This reprint was written by David G. Mailu for the Sunday Times, a South African newspaper, dated August 18, 1985.

“Pretoria has been made by the White mind for the White man. We are not obliged even the least to try to prove to anybody and to the Blacks that we are superior people. We have demonstrated that to the Blacks in a thousand and one ways. The Republic of South Africa that we know of today has not been created by wishful thinking. We have created it at the expense of intelligence, sweat and blood. Were they Afrikaners who tried to eliminate the Australian Aborigines? Are they Afrikaners who discriminate against Blacks and call them Nigge*rs in the States? Were they Afrikaners who started the slave trade? Where is the Black man appreciated? England discriminates against its Black and their “Sus” law is out to discipline the Blacks. Canada, France, Russia, and Japan all play their discrimination too. Why in the hell then is so much noise made about us? Why are they biased against us? I am simply trying to prove to you all that there is nothing unusual we are doing that the so called civilized worlds are not doing. We are simply an honest people who have come out aloud with a clear philosophy of how we want to live our own White life.

We do not pretend like other Whites that we like Blacks. The fact that, Blacks look like human beings and act like human beings do not necessarily make them sensible human beings. Hedgehogs are not porcupines and lizards are not crocodiles simply because they look alike. If God wanted us to be equal to the Blacks, he would have created us all of a uniform colour and intellect. But he created us differently: Whites, Blacks, Yellow, Rulers and the ruled. Intellectually, we are superior to the Blacks; that has been proven beyond any reasonable doubt over the years. I believe that the Afrikaner is an honest, God fearing person, who has demonstrated practically the right way of being. Nevertheless, it is comforting to know that behind the scenes, Europe, America, Canada, Australia-and all others are behind us in spite of what they say. For diplomatic relations, we all know what language should be used and where. To prove my point, Comrades, does anyone of you know a White country without an investment or interest in South Africa? Who buys our gold? Who buys our diamonds? Who trades with us? Who is helping us develop other nuclear weapon? The very truth is that we are their people and they are our people. It’s a big secret. The strength of our economy is backed by America, Britain, Germany. It is our strong conviction, therefore, that the Black is the raw material for the White man. So Brothers and Sisters, let us join hands together to fight against this Black devil. I appeal to all Afrikaners to come out with any creative means of fighting this war. Surely God cannot forsake his own people whom we are. By now every one of us has seen it practically that the Blacks cannot rule themselves. Give them guns and they will kill each other. They are good in nothing else but making noise, dancing, marrying many wives and indulging in sex. Let us all accept that the Black man is the symbol of poverty, mental inferiority, laziness and emotional incompetence. Isn’t it plausible? therefore that the White man is created to rule the Black man? Come to think of what would happen one day if you woke up and on the throne sat a Kaffir! Can you imagine what would happen to our women? Does anyone of you believe that the Blacks can rule this country?

continued...

Anonymous said...

continued...

Hence, we have good reasons to let them all-the Mandelas-rot in prison, and I think we should be commended for having kept them alive in spite of what we have at hand with which to finish them off. I wish to announce a number of new strategies that should be put to use to destroy this Black bug. We should now make use of the chemical weapon. Priority number one, we should not by all means allow any more increases of the Black population lest we be choked very soon. I have exciting news that our scientists have come with an efficient stuff. I am sending out more researchers to the field to identify as many venues as possible where the chemical weapons could be employed to combat any further population increases. The hospital is a very strategic opening, for example and should be fully utilized. The food supply channel should be used. We have developed excellent slow killing poisons and fertility destroyers. Our only fear is in case such stuff came in to their hands as they are bound to start using it against us if you care to think of the many Blacks working for us in our homes.

However, we are doing the best we can to make sure that the stuff remains strictly in our hands. Secondly, most Blacks are vulnerable to money inducements. I have set aside a special fund to exploit this venue. The old trick of divide and rule is still very valid today. Our experts should work day and night to set the Black man against his fellowman. His inferior sense of morals can be exploited beautifully. And here is a creature that lacks foresight. There is a need for us to combat him in long term projections that he cannot suspect. The average Black does not plan his life beyond a year: that stance, for example, should be exploited. My special department is already working round the clock to come out with a long-term operation blueprint. I am also sending a special request to all Afrikaner mothers to double their birth rate. It may be necessary too to set up a population boom industry by putting up centres where we employ and support fully White young men and women to produce children for the nation. We are also investigating the merit of uterus rentals as a possible means of speeding up the growth of our population through surrogate mothers.

For the time being, we should also engage a higher gear to make sure that Black men are separated from their women and fines imposed upon married wives who bear illegitimate children.

I have a committee working on finding better methods of inciting Blacks against each other and encouraging murders among themselves. Murder cases among Blacks should bear very little punishment in order to encourage them.

...continued

Anonymous said...

continued...

My scientists have come up with a drug that could be smuggled into their brews to effect slow poisoning results and fertility destruction. Working through drinks and manufacturing of soft drinks geared to the Blacks, could promote the channels of reducing their population. Ours is not a war that we can use the atomic bomb to destroy the Blacks, so we must use our intelligence to effect this. The person-to-person encounter can be very effective.

As the records show that the Black man is dying to go to bed with the White woman, here is our unique opportunity. Our Sex Mercenary Squad should go out and camouflage with Apartheid Fighters while doing their operations quietly administering slow killing poison and fertility destroyers to those Blacks they thus befriend.


We are modifying the Sex Mercenary Squad by introducing White men who should go for the militant Black woman and any other vulnerable Black woman. We have received a new supply of prostitutes from Europe and America who are desperate and too keen to take up the appointments.

My latest appeal is that the maternity hospital operations should be intensified. We are not paying those people to help bring Black babies to this world but to eliminate them on the very delivery moment. If this department worked very efficiently, a great deal could be achieved.

My Government has set aside a special fund for erecting more covert hospitals and clinics to promote this programme. Money can do anything for you. So while we have it, we should make the best use of it. In the meantime my beloved White citizens, do not take to heart what the world says, and don’t be ashamed of being called racists. I do not mind being called the architect and King of Apartheid. I shall not become a monkey simply because someone has called me a monkey. I will still remain your bright star…

His Excellency Botha. ”

End

Anonymous said...

Njeri should tell us who killed Wanjiru. End of

Anonymous said...

Do u ever ask yourself why slavery came into existence in the first place? Africans were not forced into slavery, they were sold to slavery by their fellow Africans. The root problem is the African mindset.
Systems of servitude/slavery in African societies were part of everyday life in many parts of Africa even before the European started 'buying' slaves from Africa.

Wembe Wa Mugumo Tree said...

Secret Supporters of Mwarange'the,

you do your man no favours when you arbitrate over innocent bloggers in Kumekucha using your own self-prescribed certifications to designate who is "envious" "clueless" and "serious".

Its been said that arrogance makes any well meaning human being blind, and none more so than the intellectual and educated individuals who are blessed with brains by God himself.in your blindness you appoint yourselves as judge jury and executioner of every blogger who every visited Kumekucha and one can only wonder when did you start your research on to identify all these different classifications of bloggers?

How did you arrive at your conclusions of who the "mindsets that visit Kumekucha are? note that you position yourselves in the perfect group who get Mwarang'ethe. No surprise that you think so highly of yourselves. You have unwittingly stirred up a hornets nest as you can tell because not all bloggers appreciate being called names and hurled insults from anonymous commentators such as yourselves.

If you wish to support Mwarang'ethe please do so without resorting to abusing others.

Anonymous said...

Wembe wa Mugumo tree,

Why I ask are you not similarly spirited in defending Mwarangethe from the daily volley of insults from those who disagree with him?
Or is that lesser evil in your small enclave?

Lets be fair lest we are labelled as hypocrites Wembe ama??

Philip said...

Mwarangethe says,

In this sense, it is now delusions to assume anything will improve. And, if you think so, educate us how.

My response,

This assumes that the imperial power which is behind our woes cannot destroy itself from within, or another force cannot emerge that will destroy it.

Anonymous said...

anon 3:19AM
you will notice that attackers of Mwarang'ethe limit their attacks to him and what he writes in his posts,however i don't deny that they also use abusive language in their arguments.that is beneath them and its also wrong

whereas you will also notice supporters of Mwarang'ethe feel the need to show their support for him by including insults to anyone who comes to this blog, not just those who disagree with Mwarang'ethe(isn't that what they mean by saying envious, clueless,ivy league fools,etc)

Now tell me anon 3:19AM why should someone insult you for coming to this blog?

Anonymous said...

People who have a grateful heart are always praising God. You often hear them say, “God is good!” They know that God is the reason for every blessing they get.

But there are those who look to God for blessings and when they get blessed, they just go on their merry way. Their hearts are captivated by the blessings instead of the One who has blessed them.

Jesus had an encounter with both these types of people when He walked into a village one day. Ten lepers cried out to Him, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!” (Luke 17:13) Now, when you call out to Jesus for mercy, He always hears you. On another occasion, when two blind men cried out to Him, “Son of David, have mercy on us!” He took the time to give them their miracles. (Matthew 9:27–30)

So these 10 lepers cried out to Him for mercy. He stopped, looked at them and said, “Go, show yourselves to the priests.” And “as they went, they were cleansed”. (Luke 17:14) But only one came back and fell at Jesus’ feet, giving Him thanks. Notice the very sad words of Jesus that followed: “Were there not 10 cleansed? But where are the nine?” (Luke 17:17)

The other nine obviously knew that it was Jesus who had cleansed them. Yet, they did not bother to go back and thank Him. My friend, let it be said of you that when the blessings come, you remember to give God the praise, glory and honor, and acknowledge that He is the source of every blessing in your life.

Do you know that when the man came back to thank Jesus, he received the additional blessing of becoming whole? Jesus said to him, “Arise, go thy way: thy faith hath made thee whole.” (Luke 17:19, KJV) He was not just cleansed of leprosy, he got his missing fingers and toes back!

My friend, when your heart is thankful toward God, you position yourself for even greater blessings!

Anonymous said...

Poor souls doing e-PREACHING in this era and age. The so-caled BLONDE God/Jesus reminds me who was the first person to see Mt. Kenya?

There is nothing African about christianity which is the genesis of IMPERIALISM. They came with the bible and gun on either hand. And don't quote that Jewish folklore called Bible. You can rant and rave but religion is OPIUM, priod.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip wrote:

This assumes that the imperial power which is behind our woes cannot destroy itself from within, or another force cannot emerge that will destroy it.

xxx

We hear thee very well. Thats why in our last article: "Wikileaks and the Pavlov Dogs Saga," we wrote these words:

"The other option, which we have accepted, and if you want to see that acceptance, read the new Kenyan constitution, is to live with our poverty, wars, famine, lack of condoms etc as we wait for the New Rome to collapse on its own weight. However, this may take time, and even worse, rarely, do blood thirsty empires go without rivers of blood."

Source: http://is.gd/EcCZTC

xxx

In our "travels," we have visited/continue to visit almost all Empires known to us today.

Just as an example, we can start the journey from Washington, then pass thru London as we head to Holland on our way to Venice (here, we find interesting money system) so as to reach Byzantine (here, we find politics of intrigue) as we rush to Rome so as to drop in Athens as we cross to the East, the cradle of despotism.

Once in the East, we pass thru Egypt, where we find them having CENTRAL BANK even B.C. (Prof. Njuguna, can hear us?) then, we enter Babylon, Sumeria, (where we find money and accounting being invented), Assyria, (we find them carrying Jew into captivity), the Hebrew civilization where we find them asking for a king like other despotic regimes.

From there, we enter Persia, as we move into Indus and China, so as to end in the land of rising sun (read, setting sun these days and rising debts).

Offcourse, we also enter Americas where we find a lot human sacrifice.

In S. Africa we find Shaka killing Africans for sneezing near him.

In West Africa we find kingdoms of Ghana, etc, springing from the ashes of the old ones.

From those visits, we get:

(a) a lot of amusement,
(b) vital instructions on workings of human mind/nature, and
(c) above all, HUMILITY.

So, from that perpsective, we are not worried about this PAPER EMPIRE.

Sample these two choices:

Soon, the QE2 of the masters of universe should come to and end.

If it ends, the economy will do worse than the 2008. Can someone say, austerity.

To avoid this, they will be forced into QE3, which means, INFLATION. Hey, can someone say, Weimar Republic.

Where did we see such a scenario of property values collapsing, and excessive debts? Well, in Rome when a man of genius came to power in Rome, i.e. Gaius Julius Caesar. Being a genius, he attempted one of the most ambitious reforms in economic history. But, as we know, the oligarchy killed him.

How does that sound?

Thus, our worry is that, when it collapses, humanity will not know what to do.

Consequently, instead of building peaceful civilization, we might go back to Dark Ages and its FEUDAL order and its endless wars, slavery and such, as we had in Europe, when the mighty Rome fell to dust.

Anyway, let us continue enjoying Babylon System:

http://is.gd/rKJiRS

Anonymous said...

Africans were not forced into slavery, they were sold to slavery by their fellow Africans. The ROOT PROBLEM is the AFRICAN MINDSET.

Little knowledge is always more dangerous to those who claim to know what they are trying to articulate in public.

First of all, Africa is a continent, not a country, not tribe, not clan, not a village, and not a homestead.

Would you expound on what constitutes an 'African mindset'?

And is it any different from what constitutes the European mindset?

How about we try and review our elementary school ancient history class from way back when.

By definition slavery was brutal, violent and dehumanizing, where slaves were seen as akin to animals.

In 73-71 BC the gladiator Spartacus famously led an uprising of thousands of slaves in central Italy, formed an army that defeated several Roman legions, and at one point threatened Rome itself.

"... the Romans always feared another Spartacus."


Further reading required and a must for some: (accessible by ebooks).

a) Mesopotamia: The Code of Hammurabi. Code of Law #7, "If any one buy from the son or the slave of another man."

b) Slavery in the Roman Empire by R.H. Barrow.

c) Slaves and Masters in the Roman Empire: Study in Social Control by K.R. Bradley.

d) Slavery and Rebellion in the Roman World, 140 BC - 70 BC by K.R. Bradley.

e) Ancient Slavery and Modern Ideology by M.I. Finley.

f) Slavery and Society at Rome by K.R. Bradley.

g) Conquerors and Slaves by K. Hopkins.

i) Spartacus and the Slave Wars, by B.D. Shaw.

k) Suetonious' Life of Nero: An Historical Commentary edited by K.R. Bradley.

l) "Classical Greek Concept of Slavery,"Journal of Historical Ideas Vol. 27, No. 3 (pp. 323-342JSTOR).

m) Slavery from Roman times to the Early Transatlantic Trade, by William D. Phiilip, Jr.

n) Macmillian Encyclopedia of of World Slavery.

Anonymous said...

@Mwara,
Swali: is the computer a product of IMPERIAL research? And what about academic degrees? Funny how people wax knowledgeable and critique everything without stopping to think that they are loyal consumers of the very evil they deride. Not that I expect you to provide a STRAIGHT answer (which NEVER do) but at least I have given you more ammunition to go off tangent and expand the ego, bring them on.

Anonymous said...

The Sub-Sahara African Story:

This is Pemba, which is a beautiful Island off the coast of Tanzania. When you look at or listen to the story being told about This Pemba, you may not know about the story of the other Pemba:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B89Q1oKE7n8

The other Pemba:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIXyzxqRNeM

The other Pemba is probably owned by one person with connections to or controlling some Tanzanian ruling elites. In this tortured relationship, the local population is totally excluded from tons of tourist money being realized here because the ruling elites’ main job is to keep the local citizens off these areas.
In other words, the citizens are confined to crowded slums with no sewage or running water. Filthy clinics where two patients share a bed if they are lucky or sleep on the clinics floor to wait for their slow and painful deaths were build before “power” of controlling fellow Africans was handed over to the elites in early 1960s. Other than increase in population, no changes have been attempted since! The theme is to keep the local as ignorant as possible; the ruling elites are the proxies through whom this objective is realized!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-Jg6qWmXmM&feature=related

It is not difficult to understand who is in control of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. They could be IMF, World Bank or other “lone wolf free lancers.

IMF, whose chief was arrested for the sexual assault of a maid in a $3,000 a night New York hotel the other day, has loaded Sub-Saharan Africa with debts that will never be paid for generations and generations to come!

ATM machines and cellular phones are now convenient means by which every penny is being sucked out every African pocket, including the grandmother with a vegetable garden and (a bank account or a cellular phone)! Huge bank fees are levied on every ATM withdrawal. Nothing is given back by the blood suckers! Average African is gasping for air!

Sub-Saharan African land and other natural resources are attached to the huge debts from IMF and World Bank Group given to the African ruling elites. Other than the heavily armed guards instituted to protect the elites and their foreign buddies, the rest of the population is on their own!

Tribalism, aimed at diverting attention away from the damaging exploitation taking place, is maximized!

By the way, the maid who was assaulted by IMF chief is an African immigrant from French Guinea! How ironic!

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:17 AM
Ignorance is bliss in this day and age where people's minds are no longer strictly confined to what's fed to them by the status quo or powers tha be!

Your assertion is 100% correct; there maybe nothing Kenyan (or to do with your respective ethnicity) about Christianity.

However, there are a million more sheds of Christianity that have beginnings and still continue to thrive on the African continent since the middle of the 1st century.

There are so many African villages that did not encounter Christianity like the Egyptians, Tunisians, Libyans, Algerians, Ethiopians and Somali* did during the middle of the 1st century until the colonial era of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s, when the current whitewashed versions of Christianity were introduced to the certain regions of the African continent and later inflicted upon unfortunate (unsuspecting) Kenyan minds by hundreds of European Christian denominations.

Why don't we just stick to 'How To Fool and Ensalve Africans' in this day and age, if not forever.

*There were Orthodox Christians and Jews in Somalia, just like in Yemen, before they were different out or wiped out by the sword.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:19 AM
Thanks for the youtube on that island in the sea.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:17 AM
For the record, I am not affliated in any way, shape, fashion or imperial influence with the version of Christianity as espoused by Anon 4:36 AM and company. Just so you know.

Anonymous said...

Resignation was a very wise move on his part and a timely outcome for all concerned at the IMF.

His legal team can now heavily concentrate their strategic efforts on seeking a plea bargain, and if possible settle the whole matter out of court with the victim, and save their client's neck in the process.

Otherwise, heading to trial will only subject their already damaged and humbled client to further media lynching and public riducle in the USA and around the world.

The French may be sympathetic to one of their own given how the French legal system works in such cases and the entrenched tradition of protecting the highly prized privacy of the wealthy, the powerful and the so called "nobility".

On the hand, the question on many people's mind is "where the ... were his handlers or assigned detail?"

Why in the world was the IMF's top boss and a French presidential candidate travelling solo in New York on his way to Paris?

He could have ended as a moving prime target for the underworld or agents (sleeper cells) of the Somali pirates, Russian, Mexican, Colombian, or Jamaican cartels, had anyone one of them wanted to score some quick ransome money from the IMF coffers.

New York city may be located in a free country with some of the best security agencies in the world, but some risks are not worth taking if one is a leader of a powerful financial institution such as the IMF.

Anonymous said...

For once I agree wholly with Mwarang'ethe. Guys, he is very right.

The Oracle has Spoken

Anonymous said...

Europe only fully prospered after they completely eradicated their witches/wizards and all arts of black magic and witchcraft. Middle ages in Europe is also known as cleansing period or "burning age".

Time for Kenya to stop visiting juju man aka mganga and burn all charms, ornaments, and other artfects!

Anonymous said...

Question:

Kumekuchans and others, in what ways have you continued to fool and enslave yourselves under the pretext of seeking better opportunities, greener pastures and better lives for yourselves and family?

And at what cost?


Mwarang'ethe is always up to something, namely, to bring some of the fooled and ensalved from justified darkness and back into light.

Anonymous said...

And who is BETTER fooled from the home of original imperialists. If only we meant what we said and rolled up our sleeves back home. But aksing the high priests to think global but act local amounts to preaching to a choir.

Anonymous said...

Good post, Mwarangethe.
I like this:
"When you borrow money from your enemies to build toilets, you are done."

Anonymous said...

Correct me if I am wrong, what Mwarang'ethe requires of us and company is not to waste valuable time and scarce resources on rolling up our already tattered sleeves, but to avoid squandering opportunities, pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and make the best of what (natural resources) we have in our midst, which is plenty than some European nations have or will ever have.

We need to stop concentrating all of our combined efforts on mimicking what the 'shadows on the cave wall' do and say, and instead pull ourselves by our bootsraps from the depths of imperial caves and the shadows that have fooled us and enslaved our nation's modus operandi for centuries.

Only fools die of thirst in the abundance of water. And guess what? Kenyans are still dying from unnecessary thirst since the country gained independence.

Anonymous said...

Anon 8:54PM
"Only fools die of thirst in the abundance of water"

There are many types of fools and without knowing which one you're dealing with you will blame the tools and shoot the messenger in the name of being wise and doing whats right.

Kumekucha was a blog setup to address fools in political leadership but sometimes i think well meaning bloggers misunderstand that platform and shoot the messenger unnecessarily.

In other words you cannot put the new wine into old wineskins or to put it another way "political fools will die in the abundance of economic waters" because one supersedes the other even though both work together.

Anonymous said...

What a timely consolation invite after they didn't include him on the list of who is who for the historic royal wedding. Let him dine with the imperial mornach as long as he doesn't forget to help seek a lasting resolution for the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli Conflict that has been in existence for the last six decades.

Mwarang'ethe said...

We hope those who are alert have seen this:

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that a European is best placed to lead the International Monetary Fund given the demands of the euro-area debt crisis.

"Naturally the developing countries have a claim on the highest position of the IMF or World Bank but the current situation speaks for a European candidate given the considerable problems of the euro," Merkel told reporters in Berlin today

xxxx

In simple words, no one in 3rd world can understand the EU's economic mess.

However, only a European can understand 3rd world economic mess. This is why since 1980's when the 3rd world debt crisis, which has now come back home, started, Europeans were tasked to solve it (read, perpetuate it). If you doubt, listen how they are saying to gullible Kenyans, implement the new constitution, so as to perpetuate slavery.

However, do not worry, you guys from 3rd world, can serve very PROUDLY as MERCANARIES to enforce IMF/WB dictates.

Isn't this special in 2011?

Source:

http://is.gd/GTErA3

Anonymous said...

@Anon 1:25
Sounds like you are not familiar with Royal protocols. Royal weddings do not invite Head of States unless the head of state is a monarch (Royal Family). The ONLY time they invite other head of states like Presidents is when the person getting married (Groom or Bride) is the first in the line of the throne, and in this case Prince William is not (he is 2nd). Had Prince William been the 1st in the line to the throne, I can assure you not only President Obama would have been invited, but also HE President Kibaki of Republic of Kenya would have been there (unless he declined the invite).

Have a good day

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:49 AM
I know you meant well in trying to defend your American/Kenyan half-brother at the White House. However the one thing I don't understabnd is why you keep falling for the same baited remarks by the likes of Anon 1:25 PM?

Those who cared to find out why and how the wedding invitations were issued, did learn from the daily media explanations by the talking-heads aka experts on all things royal.

BTW, not all presidents are equal, some are more important than others given the cultural histories, wealth and military might of their nations.

Anonymous said...

@Mwara,
Your obsession with IMPERIALISM is make you sound VERY ILLITERATE. You read malice and imperialism in everything. It smacks off a TXIC COMPLEX. Leaves one wondering if you think you are that smart, who knows you outside this blog. And please no ear busting epithets asking for education or asking ULISOMA WAPI?

ECO100: All politics/economics amounts to serving self interest.

Please save us you EVANGELICAL economics, will you?

Philip said...

Mwarangethe,

Sometime I think your tone and complex language makes people to get bored with you, however you are not alone in your thoughts concerning imperialists.

Maybe you can read the link below and tell me what you think about it.

http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/-/440808/1165900/-/nbpu1oz/-/index.html

I see that more and more people will understand how America works and maybe more and more people will turn against it, and as you said it will be a bloody affair, but then it might the start of fall of America, that is if it hasn't started.

Philip said...

By the way Black Africans are being killed, by none other than rebels in Libya. These rebels are supported by NATO.

The same reason that ICC has used against Ruto, Uhuru, Gaddaffi e.t.c. can be used against NATO of killings of Black Africans in Libya and against America over killings of innocent Palestinians since they support Israel.

I think for once we need to remove the scales in our eyes and see the truth. I see selective justice and or impunity of the highest level.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Mwarangethe,

Sometime I think your tone and complex language makes people to get bored with you, however you are not alone in your thoughts concerning imperialists.

xxx

If you read William Ochieng's article, he accepts the premise on which war on terror is fought. Once you accept this, you end up with false analysis and false conclusions.

We need appreciate some unpalatable facts:

(a) the Cold War which lasted until 1990, was not a war between USSR and USA. It was war against 3rd WORLD PEOPLE. It was a war to stifle real independence of 3rd world. And, brilliantly, they succeeded.

(b) with the "end" of Cold War, another justification had to be sought to continue the war against the 3rd World. And, that justification is the "war on terror."

Do not take our words. Take the words of Zbigniew Brzezinski who is a FOREIGN POLICY and MENTOR of Nero Obama. This is what he said as concerns the new policy after the fake Cold War:

"... in terminology that hearkens back to the more brutal age of empires, the three grand imperative of IMPERIAL GEOSTRATEGY are:

(a) to prevent collusion and maintain dependency among the VASSALS(remember the def. we gave on AID which Moyo says has not worked?),

(b) to keep tributaries PLIANT and PROTECTED, and

(c) to 'keep the BARBARIANS from coming together."

If you listen to Americans and their apologists, you will they are protecting VITAL INTERESTS bla bla bla. Well, we heard the same words from Romans for we are taught that:

"There was no corner of the known world where some interest was not alleged to be in danger or under actual attack. If the interests were not Roman, they were those of Rome's allies; and if Rome had no allies, then allies would be invented.

When it was utterly impossible to contrive such an interest--why, then it was the national honor that had been insulted.

Hear this!

The fight was always invested with an aura of LEGALITY. Rome was always being attacked by EVIL-MINDED neighbors, always fighting for a breathing space.

Hear this!

The whole world was pervaded by a host of enemies, and it was manifestly Rome's duty to guard against their indubitably aggressive designs. They were enemies who only waited to fall on the Roman people."

Does that sound like 2011 Americans talking? They only fool themselves.

xxx

As concerns the ICC, Libya and such, we remind thee of thi truth:

In 1873, some European lawyers formed Institut de droit international which brought together for the 1st time guys doing "international law."

Their FIRST AGENDA was to determine the rules that would enable the "Scramble of Africa" to be taken to a peaceful conclusion.

NB: They are still at work brother.

NB: It seems something MAY BE coming from Zimbambwe.

Who knows, the stone the builder rejected, may turn out to be the cornestone.

Hopefully, they will do something before Al Queda in Zimbambwe is located.

Mwarang'ethe said...

Philip wrote

Sometime I think your tone and complex language makes people to get bored with you, however you are not alone in your thoughts concerning imperialists.

xxxx

May be this language is easy to understand.

"A Sh2 billion youth-driven irrigation project will be launched in the next financial year.

The scheme in rangelands is in pursuit of Vision 2030 goals and will be coordinated by four ministries — Agriculture, Water and Irrigation, Youth and Sports and Regional Development."

So, where will the money come from?

"Robinson Gaita, said the money is from a joint venture between the Government, the African Development Bank and the International Fund for Agricultural Development."

In other words, Prof. Juma's ideas will be put into work soon.

Remember, on top of all these kes 2bn, there will be like:

- kes 3 bn. for WAZEES,
- kes 11 bn. for your mps, and some other ke 25 bn. for Counties.

Source: http://is.gd/3b2m8U

NB: Can someone see creeping socialism as the economy fails? In due course, we shall show how this shall end.

And, how much are the KRA robbers collecting?

The Government managed to raise Sh578.3 billion by April 29 against a target of Sh768.9 billion in the current fiscal year, Finance minister Uhuru Kenyatta, has said.

Source: http://is.gd/kR9TeY

It seems to us there is a difference of Kes 191 bn. If you add the remaining 4 months, we can see a deficit of over at least Kes 220 bn. by July.

Endeleeni hivyo hivyo.

For us, let Put It On:

http://is.gd/LMoMc3

Anonymous said...

How to test whether you are an enslaved african or not: Hands up if you think white women are better/prettier than African women?
I am pretty sure 99% of readers here would pulsate for a white woman! How funny, the same race that enslaved many black men is the one they hold as an ideal beauty/fantasy. Sadly that's black man's mentality!

Anonymous said...

How to find out (test) whether one is an enslaved Kenyan of African descent:

Nod your educated head, clasp your hands, stump your feet and say "I am Kenyan-Mzungu and proud of it" if you have one or more European names on your current passport?

The rightful answer can be found in the image that always stares back at you every time you glance in the mirror while cleansing your face or brushing teeth.

What's in a name? More than you will ever know while you are still alive.

Chaka said...

Mwang'ethe,

Thanks for your gift to humanity... which from the many comments I have observed does not comprehend the extent of slavery and drudgery it is steeped in. I have observed a great deal of "post colonialism" escapism; the idea that imperialism ended with direct colonialism on the aftermath of "independence".

I think you are doing a good job in enlightening the masses as to what ails them albeit facing stiff resistance. If it may be of any consolation I have also grappled with the imperialism question and come to very similar conclusions.

I suppose that this are the beginnings of a theory of emancipation from modern slavery within the context of a political economy. I propose to water this mustard seed by availing to you writings of similar minded Kenyans but not necessarily for publication (seeing the hillarious comments) but to help crystallize the idea even further and more so as a strong reminder that there are Kenyans out there who are fed up with modern Western slavedom.

Anonymous said...

YOUR NONSENSE IS SECOND TO ONLY YOUR NONSENSE. ONLY YOU CAN BEAT YOUR HIGH RECORD OF NONSENSE WITH MORE NONSENSE

Anonymous said...

Kenya is a country of murderers. Mboya. Ouko, JMK, Mckenzie, Pinto, Argwings,etc were politically murdered.

We shall let no stones unturned till we find the murderers. Wapi?

You think the police has an interest of finding the truth behind Wanjiru`s murder?

Anonymous said...

@6:26

....even carrying Arabic name means double slavery. Do you speak Suahili? That's Arabic. You are all triple slave.

MauMau Guevara said...

Mwarangethe,

Kudos man. I've been looking for a writer who sees things as they are.

What a lot of people here don't realise is that most of their 'educated opinion' have been tailored since birth even the ones which 'go against the grain' or that are 'revolutionary'. People want to call it intellectual activism and arrogance but it's just the truth.

After the new constitution was voted in (whatever that means), I remember hearing on radio that the MSK had touted this 'victory' as a "triumph of marketing"....and I was like 'Duh...WTH!?'?

People need to understand that this world is controlled by three processes umbrella'd under one main principle. They are:

- Artificial Crisis creation
- The Hegelian Dialectic, &
- Compartmentalisation

These are governed by the following principle or question or comment, I dunno...
"Brains are just like computers; Garbage in = Garbage out. So just try and imagine what would happen if someone or a group of people controlled what information or data went in to your brain?"

What would this portend for education, religion, war, politics, media, and of course SOCIETY?

I would like to correspond with you a bit more...if possible.

However let me leave a small tit bit...

How is it we can continue living in a society that doesn't know that - Banks CREATE money OUT OF NOTHING and LEND it to you AT INTEREST!???

If you think this is nonsense please research what Fractional Reserve Banking is...the long and short of it is....THEFT AND LEGAL COUNTERFEITING!

Why do we need Central Bank?
Why do we need to borrow from IMF or World Bank of IFC or BIS or whatever?
Why does De La Rue print our money? WHY!?

Why does this happen when we can PRINT OUR 0WN MONEY?

We need to wake the hell up. EPZs are just the tip of the iceberg. In the East African a few weeks ago there was an article on De La Rue getting another contract but this time it was going to be given access to duty free EPZs and the government was going to buy shares in the firm...WHAT NONSENSE! We do not even need this damn firm. We can print our own money and practice proper economics not suffer this debt enslavement by corporations, World bodies, globalisation proponents and of course local and international banks based here.

Yet people wonder why this is never in the media.

Not to mention other articles about companies like MONSANTO (and their fishy GMO business – the problem with food is not production but distribution) or George Soros' NGO which is based here. Kenyans waste time haggling over marionetted satires starring even more clueless puppets as their country gets handed over to cabals, and, internationals who seem to be filling up our streets at an alarming rate.

I really don’t care too much for FDI especially when banks and the government work together to prevent the average Kenyan from following their dreams and creating employment and developing their country. Why is money so expensive when it is created out of nothing? This is usury times a billion; which is why local banks rarely make losses.

The storm is on its way…I hope you are all prepared.

Thanks again Mwarangethe.

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