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Friday, June 10, 2011

Mwai Kibaki and Laurent Gbagbo Have Something in Common...

...But life is not fair is it?

If it was then this is what we would have seen in July 2008 because Kibaki literally invemted what Gbagbo did didn't he?

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Anonymous said...

Where is Roocy in that pic? We know he was not captured alone! Even Jimmy should be there.

Anonymous said...

This is why I love this blog so much. This guy has the courage to say it as it is just like his logo says.

It is so unfair that what happened to Gabgo did not happen to Kibaki especially because of all those poor innocent Kenyans who died. Not to mention all those people still in IDP camps today. Former land owners and employers now reduced to beggars. I don't think people in Ivory Coast suffered the way Kenyans did.

You are right life is so UNFAIR

Joan said...

I am not a Raila supporter but what Kibaki did to Raila was so WRONG!

Anonymous said...

You wish!

Anonymous said...

This picture is totally unfair to the male species and the human race in general.

Anonymous said...

Chris is desperately trying to draw the traffic back to this empty house. First it was a sexy girls photo, then girlie stories and now the beaten path of demonizing kibaki. Well, lets see if this draws raila supporters from raila worshipping blogs aka jukwaa and Good luck chris..maybe you can dedicate this weekends nyatiti drums to raila..te he he heee.

Anonymous said...

What a funny picture!

On a serious note, it is highly likely that ODM-R version of haki-yetu "democracy" and mass axion could deliver that kind of outcome. We saw what they are capable of at the high command of their feckless and violent buffoon.

Fortunately, things are looking so bleak for ODM-R right now that the closest the machete-wielding, railway uprooting haki-yetu brigade can get to that is on mijingo/ugingo with
M7-is lieutenants. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I am not a Raila suppoter but what Kibaki did to Raila was so WRONG.

Thank Kibaki for being kind enough to allow Raila to enjoy his share of nusu mkate and nusu mkeka popularity contests.

I have never been a supporter of Kibaki, however he didn't do anything wrong against one Raila Amolo Odinga, as a matter of fact it turned out to be a real blessing in disguise for the whole nation.

Otherwise, Kenyans would have already started their own version of 'African Uprising' given the manner in which Raila and his political henchmen have governed or rather shown their real political hands since then.

I don't like to beat a dead horse, but are Kenyans really ready for another five years plus another five years of Raila Odinga as president including the same old political baggage full of his henchmen?

Joan, you may not be a supporter of Raila the man, but are you really ready to have the same old political face elected as president in 2012 and later on in 2017?

I am among those who are not ready and willing to see any of the following same old faces, Raila, Uhuru, Ruto, Kalonzo Musyoka, Murungi, Saitoti, Mudavadi, Mututho, Dr. Prof. Rev. Fr. Wamugunda (wannabe Aristide), Ngilu, Kalembe Ndile, Bafwoli Wakoli, Ole Ntimama, Mwakwere, Michuki (rattle snake), etc become Kenya's next president or prime minister (just in case another deadlock arises) after 2012.

All of the above have a lot in common with Gbagbo, a man who many people were just beginning to forget after all the political, economic, social, ethnic and religious darkness he had put Ivory Coast through for a decade and half.

FACT: There will be no real change in Kenya if anyone of them is elected as the next president of Kenya.

Anonymous said...

Leaders so often renege on their pledge to serve their people and nations. Their luxury mansions and private jets tell the real story.

Lest we forget, their persistent desire to sleep at the world renown hotels like the Waldorf Astoria among others.

How I would have loved to see Joseph Mobutu displayed infront of cameras wearing a similar humbling vest that Gbagbo had on when his mighty military machine had crumbled and deserted him when the going got tougher and the firepower from the opposing force got heavier and heavier.

Ben Ali and Hosni Mbarak were very lucky indeed to have escaped the Gbagbo vest treatment.

How I wish that that Gadhafi, Bashir, Museveni, Mugabe, and all other African strongmen aka dictators get the golden opportunity to be inducted into the infamous hall of wearing Gbagbo's sweaty presidential vest.

Foday Sankoh, one of Africa's most evil man, had his day, there is a picture of him carrying a bucket full of human waste within the main prison compound while heading to empty it at the designated disposal location.

That was before he succumbed to the medical conditions that confined him to a wheel chair until death granted him a huge favour.

Anonymous said...

Lucky we! It could have been worse for Mwai Kibaki and the whole country had the situation escalated beyond twelve months.

IMHO, that's a grinning face who of a man being dressed for Jamhuri Day ceelbration in 2012, and not one heading to Kamiti Maximum or Lang'ata army barracks for court marshall in April of 2008.

Anonymous said...

Kibaki stole the election in 2007. I am still waiting for him to be outsted and I am tired of waiting.

Anonymous said...

The TRUTH never rots. Kibaki STOLE the 2007 elections. He never won them. He is a THIEF!!!

He is very lucky that what happened to Gbagbo did not happen to him.

Anonymous said...

And I know Kibaki, I think that Kibaki inside, ukimuuliza, Mzee nani ambaye unafikiria anaweza kuongoza Kenya vizuru sana? Atasema? Aguambo! - Orengo

Anonymous said...

Both sides tried to steal the elections but Kibaki's party and his political affiliates found better ways of manipulating the final results. Final verdict; Raila was justa s guilty as Kibaki was. We will never know who really won the presidential elections.

Anonymous said...

Raila the bufoon Odinga is a big fat thief and a liar to boot. Not only does he steal elections, but steals maize from the mouths of starving children. He is also a liar--mara the gays should be imprisoned, mara he was misquoted. He is also a genocidaire--kabila adui, mass action, dont touch the kisii's and so on. Feckless dictator! He can build his own state house at miginigo as he wont see the inside of the one in nairobi.

Anonymous said...

and then there is the waldorf astoria.....prancing around the globe displaying his black, shiny, flat nosed face to all and sundry yet no tangible gains for the country. stutterting idiot! oh, please, take it away. take that fool away.

Anonymous said...

Raila should be on that photo "genocidaire numero uno" He tried to exterminate the kikuyus and failed I'm surprised he was not on the Ocampo list

Some one posted
If raila becomes head of state kenyans will have to budget Kshs 1 billion on project "raila self aggrandizement" If a mere PM thinks it appropriate to spend $6000 a night in the Waldorf Astoria while thousands are starving , How much more will he spend as head of state?

I fully agree

Anonymous said...

Boy am I glad we now have counties at least we don't have to deal with ODMorons in our county and boy you should see the development plans they have in place !!!

Anonymous said...

God's Angels Are Watching Over You

Psalm 91:10–11
"No evil shall befall you, nor shall any plague come near your dwelling; for He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways".

Don't you just sense your Father's love in these words? Like a mother hen that spreads her wings over her chicks to protect them, God will "cover you with His feathers, and under His wings you shall take refuge". (Psalm 91:4) So don't be fearful of accidents, terrorist attacks, diseases or tsunamis because your heavenly Father loves you and watches over you.

One of the ways He does this is with His angels. God has declared that no evil, plague or accident will befall you or even come near your dwelling "for He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways". When He says "no", He means "no-thing"! And if He tells His angels to "keep you in all your ways", it means round-the-clock divine protection for you!

Beloved, your heavenly Father is watching over you. That is why no evil will befall you, nor will any plague come near your dwelling. And He has a host of angels to keep you in all your ways!

Anonymous said...

Had Raila became the President in 2007, I bet all the public toilets and toilet papers in Kenya would have be re-branded as "Raila's toliet" and "Raila's toilet paper" by now. This is how vain this buffon is. Thanks goodness he will never see statehouse EVER!!

Anonymous said...

@anon 11:26 AM
I hope so as well, as long the development plans they have in place are not meant to be part of the blind vision 2030. Nor more dealings with ODMorons and PNUarians.

Anonymous said...

Are you still seeking an answer to What Caused Kirinyaga Road Explosion?

There maybe a connection to the incident based on the latest developments in Afgoye corridor, northwest Mogadishu, Somalia.

Someone is about to claim reward money in the tune of US$5 million for finding the culprit who may have been responsible for the Kirinyaga Road explosion.

Do you still recall the goon from hell, the one who got away with the;
a) 1988 U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.
b) November 26, 2002 attacks in Mombasa involving Paradise Hotel and the launch of two shoulder-fired missilees at na Israeli airliner on takeoff.
c) bombing of his own family while throwing temper tantrums.
d) dodging the August 2, 2008 police dragnet in Malindi, Kenya.
e) the July 2010 Kampala attacks.

He may have overplayed his hand and exposed himself and his whereabouts to people who were still seeking to settle old scores.

Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, the mastermind of the embassy bombings was killed in a short-out in Mogadishu on 8th June 2011.

Anonymous said...

"Had Raila became the President in 2007, I bet all the public toilets and toilet papers in Kenya would have be re-branded as "Raila's toliet" and "Raila's toilet paper" by now."

Yes, yes. With Nyongo passing out the paper, Miguns wiping the buttock and Nyongo flushing the toliet/wiping the floor.

Anonymous said...

Ummm..correction...and Orengo flushing the toliet/wiping the floor.

Anonymous said...

Kalonzo Musyoka is clueless about the real difference between fresh air and new faces.

First of all he's a relic, a very old face dating back to 1985 and part of the leftover politicians who were once heavily favoured under the Nyayo government.

Talking of fresh, that makes Kalonzo Musyoka part of the mbwata or polluted air from the last two and half decades that be cleared by 2012.

Political pollution continues to ruin the country and its people.

Anonymous said...

I also like history. 1982 coup comes to mind. Moi had more decency than to parade raila odinga in a vest, yet he could have easily done that.

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