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Monday, August 22, 2011

Gadaffi Out, Son Captured, What/Who's Next?

Update
Well it is the day after the night before and Saif al Islam is strolling the streets to shame ICC announcing contemptuously that he and daddy Gadaffi are safe and sound. So did the National Transition Council fool the whole world or was the world was is such a hurry to see the comrade brother gone? whatever the case the noose is tightening around Col. Gadaffi's neck.

Meanwhile shame on FA Assistant Minister Richard Onyonka's empty rant on BBC mourning the loss of Gadaffi having being at the forefront of fighting Apartheid and financing AU. Speak of being weaned on toxic handouts?

The king of kings is dethroned. The dear brother leader is so lonely with no sibling left standing and the revolution aborted. The future of Libya is bleak indeed. The tribal warfare is knocking at Tripoli's doorstep. With the world's longest serving leader gone another history is made and broken in the same breathe.

What is more, the ICC (yes that monster linking Kenya's State House to PEV) is rubbing her hands in glee waiting to receive high profile tenants. The ICC has confirmed that Gadaffi's son and heir apparent Islam has been captured. It looks like The Hague Express never runs out of steam. And that opens the floodgates for plastic African patriots to have their mouths foaming throwing brickbats at ICC as constructed exclusively Africans (may be Ratko and co are mere tokens).

One can only imagine the defiant leader of green revolution throwing his fist in the air disparaging ICC judges reminding them he is above their authority. Add that to the flowing robe and with no time for endless speeches, his goose if surely hunted, roasted, digested and flashed.

And before we shout IMPERIALIST, we must be ashamed of the Indian-educated Dr Mbingu wa Muthariaka next door who has not failed the African leader's test of gleefully falling on his own sword. Just when many were lauding Malawi for turning the corner from being a begging bowl in hand to food basket, Mutharika has not only dissolved the whole cabinet reverting all powers to himself but he is heavily clamping down on dissent the African style.

Back to Libya. Gadaffi's fall spells more trouble than hinting at solutions. The National Transition Council leaders are nothing but smart opportunists who rapped Libya under Gadaffi but only defected at the right time to depose the leader and feather their nests. In short Africa remain their own worst enemies.

62 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Libyan Desert is silent no more, the Libyan people have done to Colonel Gadfly Gaddafi what he did to King Idris several decades ago.

The one time glorified Jamahiriiya system and Gadfly Gaddafi's inner circle of political thugs are no more.

The one time so-called "Green Revolution" will be nothing more than a dust of memories.

Further, it had been reported over the years that Gadfly Gaddafi had deliberately kept Libyan military relatively weak for fear that some within the ranks would dream or dare pull a fast one on him.

The biggest joke is now on him, his ferocious female bodyguards and his so-called most powerful units, the four crack brigades of highly (LOL) soldiers that consisted of members of his tribe or members of other tribes loyal him, the Colonel Gadfly.

As for his spoiled brats of sons, their hard-partying, womanizing and constants proclations of threats against the Libyan people are over, and it's time to have their feet held against the fire during public prosecution.

Gaddafi's foolish, deluded, arrogant and ignorant sons should have taken hard lessons from what became of Saddam Hussein's sons, Hosni Mubarak's sons, and maybe dodged the mercury bullet in the same way the sons of the desposed Tunisian leader did once their dynasty crumbled.

As for 'Who is Who' that is next on the chopping block of ongoing African revolution?

The best guess would be despots like the gizzard-moustached Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Kabila of Dem. Rep of the Congo (the one who still thinks that DRC was his father's personal plantation), Wiry Museveni of Uganda, Bashir of Sudan, Humpty "Companye" Dumpty of Burkina Faso, and others.

Can't wait to see them face the same humilating treatment that was dished out to Gabogabo Gbagbo, the iron man who thought that he was but is no longer.

So, let it be known taht, a determined people are twenty times more powerful than any crack brigades of highly equipped and trained soldiers in any corner of the wrold.

It has been said that the army always wins but the latest political events are proving that a determined group of patriotic citizens always win in the end, for the love of their country.

Anonymous said...

His goose is surely hunted, roasted, digested and flashed, says it all.

As for the NTC's leaders, some of them will be purged in the course of the revolution and others will conveniently play a lesser role with the passing of time.

Lest we forget one of the rebel commanders who was eased out of the way after having been recalled from the front lines.

Anonymous said...

The pensioner has crawled from the woodwork to celebrate the destruction of Libya by the wazungus and rebels. Kweli mjinga ni mjinga tu even at over 60 years of age.

Anonymous said...

Where is the CTRL+C and CTRL+V net trawler, we want to be taught like CHILDREN! as we are surely delusional.

The Floor is yours bwana..... Educate us oh! master of all knowledge.

Anonymous said...

I dont understand why taabu posts this story and comments as anon 10:13 pm. Whats the pensioner afraid of? His shadow??

Anonymous said...

Whereas Gaddafi may have brought all this to himself. You actually have to give credit to the west.They do know how to make the African fight for hot air,when 'western democracy' arrives. .its imminent they have to pay the fees(NATO planes,French supplies, intel operatives dont come free.

Let us not forget reconstruction, et al. In ANY case they need the big change in the Libyan coffers for their economies..Right about now the MNCs, Banks,Oil corps are having a serious hard on..but oh well since am an educated fool, i like the mzungu master can declare Libya free similar to congo 1960
Lumumba 1960 ..(Ra)

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGdf7wX-E7g&NR=1&feature=fvwp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0mZ-wvKVzs

(ra)

Anonymous said...

Fellow Kenyans,
The real question isn't who/what is next, the real question is why would any country in Africa and indeed the world allow themselves to be saddled with the burden of having "longest serving leader" lord it over them for so many decades?

Even our own President Kibaki broke his own promise of being a "one term president" and sneaked his way into a 2nd term with disastrous consequences of blood shed. This should be an eye opener to the rest of the Mugabe's and future Kibakis out there- don't sit in statehouse doing rubbish and expect your people to be meek as lambs singing your praises as the country marches backwards

If you want to lead for 10 decades you must change the country 100 times during your tenure.No longer will we allow 24 years of Moi and 0 progress to show, or 12 years of Kibaki sitting at the helm of a divided country- kama kazi ime kushinda toka wacha wengine wa endele na kazi!

Mwarang'ethe said...

Where is the CTRL+C and CTRL+V net trawler, we want to be taught like CHILDREN! as we are surely delusional.

The Floor is yours bwana..... Educate us oh! master of all knowledge.

8/21/11 10:13 PM

XXXX

http://is.gd/kzwjO5

Anonymous said...

Gadhafi set aside US$ 10 billion so that Africans could buy their own satellite systems for communication instead of paying French companies US$ 500 million per year. He also set aside US$ 30 billion for an African monetary fund so that African countries would not go begging the "West's" IMF/World Bank. Libya had the highest standard of living in Africa. Now the "West" are busy setting up contracts to build what they destroyed in six months of bombing.
Incidentally, Human Rights Watch(USA) and Amnesty International investigated all those allegations of viagra-drugged soldiers killing civilians and African and found not a single evidence but, of course, you will not hear of this from the "Western"media. In fact, they found that the Nata rebels killed thousands of black Libyans thinking that they were mercineries. Ocampo is, of course, a Jew and Jews would like to destroy Arabs and Muslims. Next time you will hear that Obama's white forefathers were Jews!! I now leave space to self-appointed "pro-West" commentators.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:39 PM
Why compare Libyan drying dates of August 2011 to Congo's very rotten bananas of 1960? Why do you always end up screwing up your own great and wonderful countries then turn around and blame outsiders for own mess? Where's your real natural intelligence in this day and age?

Anon 12:48 AM
Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Somalia got their independence as well during the early 1960s. So when did the outside master underdevelop your personal life, including that of your whole family, village, clan and people?

Is the cruel master one of the reasons why there is no clean water, rural electricity, paved roads, hospitals, schools, modern urban centers and hygienic marketplaces in your region since the 1960s

Best defence? Always blame others for your own engineered and sustained failures 24/7 since the 1960s.

Anonymous said...

Taabu @ 10:13 PM, you are next!

How many KK readers can stand you? NONE!! You have expired your time here in KK. We are tired of your childish insecure jealous behaviours. You have a split personality that cannot be cured unless you visit Mchawi and give you a connocation of sweet herbs to cleanse your bitterness.

Pensioner Taabu go and retire peacefully bana

Anonymous said...

@9:38 PM
Ujinga ni wako if you're still feeling the pains as well as deeply mourning the fact that Gadaffi is OUT, and his two thuggish sons were CAPTURED and frog matched to detention by patriotic Libyan people?

Mark you, AGE is just a NUMBER and some gray hairs, brittle bones and some what deminishing energy. It's just a matter of time before you also get to be the age of 60 by August 2020. Congratulations on your next birthday and don't forget to keep taking a good look in your bathroom mirror on daily basis, a monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and yearly passport photo of yourself, then let's compare notes in twenty years from now. How about that.

Anonymous said...

Excuse the digression for a moment. But the question that lingers on is why is the late Patrice Lumumba glorified beyond measure and for the wrong reasons?

I guess a lot of it has to do with way or manner in which his life was brutally brought to an abrupt end, and DRC's emerging democracy stopped in its tracks.

Otherwise, I am sure Patrice Lumumba could have turned to be another Kwame Nkrumah at his best, Milton Obote at his worst, or Robert Mugabe for all the evil reasons a leader can be allowed to ascend to the hills of power in any young nation.

That's why many are hoping and expecting that things will turn out well within the young nation of Southern Sudan in the course of the next ten year period.

On the other hand, I will give go off on a limb, and compare Patrice Lumumba's arrogant, abrasive, cocky, obnoxious, alienating, and tactless peacock personality to none other than that of characters like Miguna Miguna when they find the golden chance or even lucky of getting into power, or political office of any kind.

In a nutshell, Miguna's request for an explanation and apology should be met with incredulity, and the powers that be should make it clear that no apology will be forthcoming nor will his demands for reinstatement be met any time soon.

One less potential Gaddafi in East Africa is a blessing for future East African generations.

NB: MUSEVENI must GO!

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:51 AM said
....................................
On the other hand, I will give go off on a limb, and compare Patrice Lumumba's arrogant, abrasive, cocky, obnoxious, alienating, and tactless peacock personality to none other than that of characters like Miguna Miguna when they find the golden chance or even lucky of getting into power, or political office of any kind.
..................................

This is so hillarious and correct. Unfortunately, we are flogging a dead horse so to say.
Mikuna gunia'a relevance has been relegated to those obscure blogs that keep the likes of pensioner, phil and their kin busy praising their opinion poll president.
But who gives a S%&t about SHEEPLE..not me!!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:36 AM,

You put it so well:

The real question is why would any country in Africa and indeed the world allow themselves to be saddled with the burden of having "longest serving leader" lord it over them for so many decades?

Even our own Kibaki broke his own promise of being a "one term president" and STOLE his way into a 2nd term with disastrous consequences of blood shed.

This should be an eye opener to the rest of the Mugabe's and future "Kibaki election thieves" out there.

No longer will we allow 24 years of Moi and 0 progress to show, or 10 years of Kibaki sitting at the helm of a divided country

Kama kazi ime kushinda toka wacha wengine wa endele na kazi!

Anonymous said...

@anon 2:51 @3:16 umesema ukweli, lol on lumumba viz a viz miguna abrasiveness(MM needs an advisor, volunteers?).Silence is truly golden
................................
I have just heard British PM Cameron adress on their participation and the role they will play in reconstruction of Libya,who is the real beneficary of hiyo revolution?(going to check oil,gold markets)

To those mourning or celebrating Gaddafi ouster Gaddafi had to go i hope his peers in Africa are taking notes.Days for strongmen are over, Institutions are the order of the day.

Anonymous said...

Taabu must have really wronged one KK blogger here who is so passionate and consistent in bashing the guy. The anon will waste no time in seeing Taabu in every post. And why hide under anon? Just be man enough and lay out your fact to speak for you instead of this childish MCHONGWANO.

Anonymous said...

Why do Africans think British and UK is a racist country?

I was recently in Kenya and someone asked me how bad are black people treated in UK. Sadly this is the long held belief by many Kenyans maybe because of colonialism.

Let me set the record straight here: UK and British people are the most tolerant people in the whole of Indusrialized world.
If u are looking for racists go to Spain, Italy, France and Russia.
In actual fact, America is much more racist when you compare with UK.
There is not a single part of UK you cannot go if u are black unlike America. Blacks in UK are not opressed and never have.
And UK has the highest mixed-race marriages/relationships than any other country...even Brazil.

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:26AM,
"Why do Africans think British and UK is a racist country?"

It depends on one's experience in the UK. There is such a thing as economic racism where opportunities are by-passed over non British people living in the UK, in addition to that there is the subtle stereotyping that only ever rears its ugly head in conversations where general sweeping statements are made prefaced with the cursory "no offence meant" warning label so as to pacify and justify calling you and Africans in general hurtful names

I am glad your experience in the UK as a seasoned immigrant is positive, however that is not necessarily the case for the thousands of Africans who are also living there

Anonymous said...

@Anon 4:53 AM
Having you been to France, Germany, Spain or Russia? Then you would know what is RACISM!

Try France...Go there and speak to them in English.
One secret about French people:- even if they understand English and speak it fluently they can never speak to you in English once you are in their country.

France have many black people but hardly would u see blacks or Arabs in any white collar job. Maybe just footbal or in sports.

British people would never use racist language on your face, unlike most European countries where they call blacks "N" openly.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:42AM
What you are doing is reasoning by comparison, and you are doing it subjectively too!

By that same token Australians are not more racist than British, and Canadians are the least racist of all because someone i know went there to get a job and is now married to a Canadian with 5 kids and everyone calls him "Bobo" instead of "Bobby" like they did in Kenya

Come off it man, you know better than that. Most racism that takes place in Britain is very subtle and hides under the cloak of 'human rights' and other politically correct laws they have over there.

I'm surprised your argument isn't that the Chinese and Nigerians are the least racist people in the world because you can find them anywhere lol

Anonymous said...

@Anon 6:32 AM

Ok. If u believe Britain is racist fine. I have never had any trouble appying for a job in UK unless you have makaratsi issues. As a matter of fact I would rather live in UK than in Kenya. I US but did not work for me...in US you live to work, you do 2-3 jobs just to pay your bills. UK you get a good job, and that's it... and business opportunities are plenty.

PS: Kenya I will only return to retire...and that's because of the weather.

Anonymous said...

Chris, Please consider doing a post on why it is hard for one to get a bank loan if they don't come from a certain community.

Anonymous said...

Ocampo six in good company!

1614hrs If Gaddafi is caught by the rebels, "they will be under an obligation to put him on an airplane and send him to the Hague," says South African judge Richard Goldstone, the first chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, speaking to BBC World Service

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:51AM
You must be incandescent with rage at the man upstairs for making you be born a dirty backward African LOL. Take it up with him, ever heard of becoming more British than the Brits themselves? As for us here in Kenya we have been doing well without you stay where you are and good luck to you mate.

Anonymous said...

Correction
...I meant I lived in US for 5 years, but did not work for me. In America you do all sorts of jobs just to survive.

Anonymous said...

Kenya gets 28 new high court judges, including 14 women, two from Kenyan Diaspora, 11 serving magistrates, a woman with albinism and a Kenya-European.

Anonymous said...

It took only 6 months for libyans to kick "the King" out of their country,yet Kenyans are waiting for another 12 months to hack each other with machetes? why not send MPs home now and send them a clear message its no longer business as usual across Africa?

Anonymous said...

@ The Net Trawler,
Libya has 6 Billion worth of Gold in their reserves, the next fight will surely be about money and who controls it, kweli au uwongo bwana Trawler?

I know GOLD is a juicy topic for you, why not take the bait and go for it, class is now in session teach us like CHILDREN!.

Simply Me, the one who refused to READ!

Anonymous said...

I am a stupid e-moron who is envious of Mwarang'ethe's wisdom that I cannot match with all my majuu mis-Education.

Simply Me, the one who refused to READ! formerly The Oracle has Spoken

Anonymous said...

Those people who complain of racism in the West, have you considered Racism in Somali against the Bantu population?

Bantus in somali are called "jareer" a derogatory term meaning "Kinky hair". Somalis look down on Somali-Bantus and do not inter-mingle with them excluding them from economic, social, political and from mainstream Somali society.

Even when they cross over to Kenya refugee camps, this overt discrimination is also carried over where the Bantu continues to experience discrimination from the other Somali groups.

Anonymous said...

The hour has come, not the 'after 6 O'clock' type of hour but the time for the will of the Libyan people to reign supreme.

So far, it's no longer a question or even an issue of Gadaffi's loyalists vs the People's revolution, but it's now an issue of the hard road ahead, and above all where and how the people's revolution will lead the new nation of Libya under it's already new national flag, the official pre-green revolution flag.

Ironically what's Gadaffi's real fate at the moment? There are uncomfirmed reports, unverified sightings and rumours alluding to the possibility that Gadaffi may have left his stronghold late last night on one of his very expensive family yacht and escaped into the open seas.

The former colonel turned revolutionary leader may be trying to seek political refuge in Angola or South Africa, if he's lucky not to get intercepted by the NATO forces or allies of the Libyan People's Revolution.

Some of Gadaffi's close aides were found executed in one of his residences in Tripoli, maybe in a last minute effort to reduce ther number of personnel or even ditch extra payload being brought aborad the escape marine vessel bound for some undisclosed hiding location beyond the Mediterranean waters but within or around the shores of the African shores along Atlantic waters.

A bust of heavy gunfire was heard coming from within one of Gaddafi's palaces by neighbours and residents, three hours just before the advancing forces of the People's Revolution starting trickling into several neighbouhoods of Tripoli.

As the dust continues to rise, and as more of Gaddafi's loyalists and those who were heavily connected to his fallen regime continue to bite the dust, the reality for the Libyan people and resistance fighters is that, the People's Revolution and the ouster of Gaddafi, is just the first stage towards the full economic, political and social liberation of the Libyan people.

Whoever thought that the Arab Spring or rather the revolutionary winds would not blow further across North Africa and through other Arab Mediterranean states, should think again, because more regimes, two or three, will feel the real force and full brunt of a people's revolution within their boarders in the next couple of months.

Gadaffi's regime is over, majority of the residents of Tripoli have now joined in the Free At Last festive celebrations, and the one time humongous fear of Gadaffi's brutal and oppressive government machinery is khalas, it's over and finished.

Mwarang'ethe said...

"... the ouster of Gaddafi, is just the first stage towards the full economic, political and social liberation of the Libyan people..."

xxx


Bwa haha haha he he ehe ti ti ti

ILLUSIONS, DELUSIONS, FOOLISHNESS and CHILDISH FANTASIES!

http://is.gd/lWB4PB

Anonymous said...

kenya mournes gADDAFIS'S EXIT!

1633:

Kenya's Assistant Foreign Minister Richard Onyonka has told the BBC's Focus on Africa that Col Gaddafi will be missed in Africa. "Kenyans have seen Col Gadaffi as someone who has done very positive things - especially for the liberation movement in Africa. He played a big role in the struggle against apartheid and colonialism."
1634:

Mr Onyonka also said Col Gaddafi's apparent overthrow was bad news for the African Union, which he had helped to fund and which had sought a negotiated peace deal.

Anonymous said...

@Mwarang'ethe,
Reading you loud and clear, and yes, let's all not forget the fact that it is, just a first step for the Libyan people if they do it right this time around and not give in to the malicious dictates of greedy insiders (usual elites as well as the ivy league of fools) and the endemic parasitical agents of the western conglomerates that are responsible for the five decades of fleecing of African countries like Kenya, Sudan, Chad, DRC, South Africa, Angola, Mozambique, Zambia and even Bostwana (one of all the so called "transparent countries"), et al.

The operative term or phrase as it were is, 'if they don't right this time around' and avoid the usual political pitfalls as it has been cases with other countries that emerged from decades of a very tight dictatorial leadership.

Give them a chance, Time will tell whether the winds of change will blow throughout the liberated Libyan nation.

Anonymous said...

Those people who complain of racism in the West, have you considered racism in Somali[a] against the Bantu population?

Mmmmmmmmm! Ahoyi, nabathaa, and what have you for crying out loud.

As wide spread as it may seem in areas such as Somalia, Ethiopia, Eretria, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya (where thousands of dark skinned Libyan citizens, immigrant workers and alleged west African mercenaries were killed), Morocco and Mauritania.

Name the six if not ten well known Bantu ethnicities that can still be found living within the dreaded, God forsaken areas of the Horn of Africa, namely, Somalia, Ethiopia and Eretria?

And if you have ever lived in the north eastern region (towns) of Kenya and in the nerve center of Eastleigh business district, what's the derogatory equivalent of "kinky hair" in Somali have you ever been called during very heated arguments or business disputes, or transaction gone bad, or cases where an outsider ("kelb wakhed") is suspected of fooling around with their native daughters or woman and widows who are still of a certain admirable age?

LMAO! The "mighty Jareer warriors" have never ever been forgiven by the people of Soomaaliya for aiding the Solomonic dynasty in so many victorious conquests against the Walashma dynasty.

For youe belated information,, all of the powerful and quick rapid reponse chariots forces of General Hamalmal, consisted of the "mighty Jareer warriors" in an epic battle against the last ruler of Walashma dynasty, Sultan Barakat ibin Umar, who was later defeated, driven out of Harar and exiled for good among the Yamaniyyah, their southern neighbours across the sea, during the mid 1500s.

One of the reasons why Somali mothers up to this aday, still sing songs and narrate caution tales to their daughters to never ever marry, let alone have any type of affairs with the descendents of the evil Jareer enemies ["mighty Jareer warrior"].

Mwarang'ethe said...

The operative term or phrase as it were is, 'if they don't right this time around' and avoid the usual political pitfalls as it has been cases with other countries that emerged from decades of a very tight dictatorial leadership.

xxxx

FORGET IT.

There is nothing like doing what is right. JUST FORGET IT.

It is too late unless you have not watched this conflict keenly.

Anyway, it is good to have DELUSIONAL hopes if you wish.

For us, we are back to enjoy: The BOSS:

http://is.gd/0DNlXf

Mwarang'ethe said...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14619799

Anonymous said...

LOL! Money may have talked in the past, greased so many hands and landed on so many African presidential desks in favour of Colonel Gadaffi's personal vision for Africa.

However, with no more presence of Gadaffi at the helm, there will be no more free floating briefcases loaded with money, and other huge soft loans for many African leaders, influential politicians, African ambassadors based in Tripoli and Ethiopia, foreign ministers, wannabe tribal leaders ("money eaters"), and worst of all, for the money hungry AU's representatives.

Anonymous said...

Teacher please teach us like CHILDREN! we are reading and applauding though silently.

Anonymous said...

Taabu,
Well the times they are changing rapidly! no longer is it possible for the "central Kenya mafia" to try and bribe their way into impunity and corruption like they once famously did under Kenyatta's rule and reign! Cecile Mbarire shame on you oh!

Anonymous said...

As I join others who are just beginning to ponder the state of things to come for the Libyan people and their liberated nation, it would be very dishonest of me to even claim that I been watching the conflict so keenly since its genesis.

Due to the fact that I have not been an eye-witness nor was I even anywhere near the very dangerous trenches and more so on the battle fields of the Libyan revolution since it started.

Other than through the filtered lenses of what takes place in the distant lands of Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, then brought into our living rooms through the proverbial delutional television screen, newspapers, radio waves (BBC), the Internet, various outlets, hand held gadgets and through social media on an hourly or a daily basis.

So far, this is what I have known since my high schools days, that The rich got richer and more Westernised and the poor, who constituted 90% of the popultion, got poorer and more desperate in those countries that have been swept by the people's revolutions.

All things taken into account, the onus now on the Libyan, Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions is to keep things non-violent, non-religious and non-militarisstic.

That includes the powers that be in Ivory Coast and Southern Sudan as well.

If I may add, it's not just an issue of having DELUTIONAL hopes, let alone desires for real change if some of us so wish, but the worst some of us can do is to continue burying our so called intellectual heads in the addictive African sands of typical ignorance, where we think that we know it all in all cases whereby only the few, the proud, and the enlightened, know what's best with regard to what is appropriate for African countries after a revolution has swept out the previous political rot and pre-existing maladies.

You have been warned. ...African leaders take heed: only a fool believes the worst can only befall his neighbour and not him. ~ Offei-Ansah.

Mwarang'ethe said...

"As I join others who are just beginning to ponder the state of things to come for the Libyan people and their liberated nation, it would be very dishonest of me to even claim that I been watching the conflict so keenly since its genesis."

xxx

If you took a few seconds to check Wikipedia, you would see something like this about the CHAIR DEVIL of the National Transitional Council of Libya, a mr Jalil:

"From 2007 to early 2011, he served in the Gaddafi regime as HEAD of the National Economic Development Board (NEDB), where he promoted:

(a) privatization and
(b) liberalization policies.

Now, if your source of information is the CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS SCHOOLS of LIES, MURDER, RAPE and ROBBERY, the above two words means nothing.

More so, in the period he was in that position, how much money did he counsel Gaddaffi to "invest" in Babylon?

As a matter of fact, should you have time and courage to check the IMF papers on Libya, the counsel was that, Gaddaffi should stop investing DOMESTICALLY. Why?

Open your f£4% eyes and see what is going and stop these DELUSIONS.

Anyway, since all this is ranting, for we leave to enjoy: Guiltiness:

http://is.gd/mow6iz

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh! That dude formerly known as Col. Mahamury or More-Armoury Gaddafi, looks very ugly to say the least. He could have afforded to purchase a hair piece or toupee befitting a person with billion of dollars in assests all over the world.

Anonymous said...

Under cooked sukuma-wiki aka weak-peddlers of haphazard information have never been my cup of gahawa chungu, nor among my twelve main sources of information on any current events or personalities, let alone worthwhile events that are of any significance or importance in my sphere of things to do.

There are those who may find it very valuable, resourceful or helpful at times, but I just don't like being spoon fed by people who are not who we think they are, especially those who have perfected the art of writing in the name of another.

Otherwise, no wonder, it now makes a lot of sense as to why a certain personality is so disdainfully disagreable and opposed to any form of contributions or remarks that may seem to come from the distant outer fields of the other camp, better known as the Ivy League of Fools.

One always knows that the so-called self-styled intellectual gurus or rather well informed characters of sorts, are in very deep trouble when one of their main source of gathering information is none other than the pages of weak-peddlers that are flacid with unsubstantiated bits and bits of information that have haphazardly been put together and entered by individuals with an old political axe to grind.

Better luck with some of your primary sources on personalities and what have you.

Mwarang'ethe said...

One always knows that the so-called self-styled intellectual gurus or rather well informed characters of sorts, are in very deep trouble when one of their MAIN source of gathering information is none other than the pages of weak-peddlers that are flacid with unsubstantiated bits and bits of information that have haphazardly been put together and entered by individuals with an old political axe to grind.

xxx

You are just a MONKEY.

Okay, if Wikipedia is done by malicious people, let us look at American Diplomatic cables:

From them, we are reading this:

"Mahmoud Jibril, Chair of the National Economic Development Board and the former head of the National Planning Council, discussed strategies for developing Libya"s human resources in a recent meeting with the Ambassador."

According to Jibril, there are 11,000 development projects in Libya spanning several sectors, with the bulk of projects focusing on infrastructure.

The NEDB"s ROLE in these projects is to "pave the way" for PRIVATE SECTOR development, and to create a STRATEGIC partnership between PRIVATE COMPANIES and the GOVERNMENT."

Source: http://is.gd/WMeL92

There we are. Let us wait for your next rubbish. And, by the way, remember to collect YOUR PAY after writing rubbish here.

Anonymous said...

Taabu, thank God your mentor aka MO1 who gave you undeserved GOK scholarship abroad was not attacked by rebels sponsored by colonialists like Gaddafi.
The last time I checked, your benefactor is enjoying loads of tax payers millions in his retirement home.
Kweli nyani haoni kundule.

Anonymous said...

@Son of Njoguu,
Apologies for failing to stroke your dentented ego once in a while, or on a weekly basis as expected, such as the case on 8/15/11 7:05 AM.

Someone once said, when all fails, and one has nothing better to say, their only cause of action is to resort to spewing abusive language and name calling as the best defence in any situation they deem fit.

Well, how low and childish can you get with an old mouth full of matusi?

Did someone strike one of your raw nerves or did a stray ["...."] step on your left arthritic knee that has been bothering you for the last two decades?

Kizee, you of all people should know better than to call others ["...."] over childish and silly comments/arguments/remarks/views/opinions that are nothing but irrelevant, unproductive, time wasting and do not merit a PAY CHECK or a worthwhile spot in any one of academic journals and publications, let alone at Kumekucha where Chris has had the courtesy to extend free space to most of us.

Talking of calling others ["...."], when was the last time you were reminded to take a long good look at your very well respected FAMILY TREE?

How many old and young ["...."] did you see patched up on the extended branches, busy throwing RUBBISH at each other?

Final word, go pick on someone else to bully for the remainder of week/month/year, because I am not going to waste whatever remains of my spare time engaged in unnecessary sparring tutorials with you.

Have a great time while it still lasts.

Anonymous said...

anon 11:25 pm,

I see you rubbing your filthy hands with a scorn on your face after successfully provoking mwarang'ethe.
What a low life. Majority of KK love what Mwarang'ethe do but I guess the IVY league of FOOLS and their PRETENDERS like you burn with envy.
Kwenda kunia kwa nyasi.
Go Mwarang'ethe go and ignore these e-morons who have nothing of substance to contribute other than abuses and provocation.

The Oracle has Spoken

Anonymous said...

Wakwito Chris!!

Is PLO juha kalulu Lumumba's latest theatrics with one Cecily Mbarire too hot for Kunekucha or do we have to wait for a week????

PLO has perfected the art of rocking chairs and unnecessary diversions..no major prosecution coming from his office yet and all his to be major announcements have been a dissapointment.
What a joke!!

Anonymous said...

@11:46 PM
You're welcome. But is that all you had say? Sycophantic behaviour at best or what. By the way, speak for yourself because you have never been the majority at Kumekucha nor have they ever appointed you to speak on their behalf. Have a very wondeful New Year's Eve celebration with your beloved family and friends. Bye.

Mwarang'ethe said...

"Someone once said, when all fails, and one has nothing better to say, their only cause of action is to resort to spewing abusive language and name calling as the best defence in any situation they deem fit."

xxxx

We asked thought we were discussing with ORANGUTAN for he seemed not aware that, Mahmoud Jibril is a man:

"With a PhD in strategic planning from the University of Pittsburgh, Jibril is a serious interlocutor who "GETS" the U.S. perspective."

NB: This man GETS the U.S. PERSPECTIVE just like Mobutu's and others used/do still GET the U.S. PERSPECTIVE.

See yourself here:

http://is.gd/9Br6xF

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luke said...

Taabu,
Talk of COUNTING THE CHICKS before the egg hatched! or did Muammar Gadaffi know something we didn't?

What is the lesson to learn here?no matter how powerful a determined people are NEVER make the mistake of underestimating how angry a mutating HYDRA becomes when the head is attacked. Gadaffi is not yet out, not by a long shot na bado...

Anonymous said...

From what I have been reading from the internet, atleast the citizens of france, uk and america know NATO's mission in libya is not for humanitarian reasons. Most of black africa now has "democracy" but the people are dying of hunger. Compared with black africa, libya is actually a developed country. Was there a poll that showed the majority of libyans did not want gadaffi? Why couldnt the West let libyans remove their dictator as happened in egypt and tunisia. I think they knew there wasnt enough ground support for a revolution. This is basically a Western corporate (including media) revolution. And I am no supporter of dictators. I just cant stand Western hypocracy and lies. Can you imagine a western journalist saying gadaffi has through out his rule run his country into the ground?! Must have been thinking of mobutu, eyadema or bongo (all darlings of france). But libya is in africa and all african countries have been run into the ground. No need to check what african country we are talking about.

Anonymous said...

Libya is not a developed country as you have been made to believe, nor as you presume it to be.

First of all, Libya is not an African country although it is geographically located in the upper most northern region of the African continent.

Libya is an Arab nation, or rather a Mediterranean nation that has some of the largest oil reserves that happen to be based on the African continent.

As far as Libyan national infrastructure is concerned, all one needs to find out, is travel beyond the urban areas and figure out the rest for yourself.

A very large percent of the Libyan urban and rural population live in poverty, in a nation that has the largest oil reserves on the continent.

The oil revenue only benifits 15% of the population, who happen to be relatives, close friends, loyalists (sycophants) and industrial mercenaries of Gaddafi.

While the 85% of the Libyan population live in abject poverty, below the poverty line.

Majority of the Libyans have no access to good education at all levels, such as elementary, high school, college and university eduaction.

Health care is zilch. There are no hospitals for the rural population who have to travel hundreds of miles to seek medical care in the in some the few major cities in Libya.

Access to clean drinking water is another underdeveloped factor in Libya, that at times prides itself in having irrigated or piped miles and miles underground water systems in the whole the country.

Beyond the oil refineries and installions therein, there is very little that Libya has to offer the average citizens who have no absolute ccnnection to the Gaddafi family or the regional powers that be.

NB: I have been to Libya on three on occasions, where I intensively traveled around the country while on mission for wildlife research.

Anonymous said...

One very smart Kenyan blogger who happens to be a very well informed and courageous sociopolitical activist whose name will remain undisclosed, is credited as having popularized the Swahili saying "Nyani haoni kundule" during the early 2000s, by bringing it to the mainstream, during a time when endless cyber wars were waged for no apparent reasons other than mindless attacks.

And ever since, the Swahili proverb has taken a life of its own, caught on fire and went on to become a common staple in the daily usage of many urban and upcountry households as well as among the diasporan Internet communities.

The Swahili saying remains very relevant to this day and in many places we happen to frequent during our own free time.

Such is life and there is very little that one can do other than ignore the attacks and move on.

Anonymous said...

Was there a poll that showed the majority of Libyans didn't want Gaddafi?

Well, well, do Libyan people even know what a country with a parliament really looks like or operates, let alone what a viable democracy and a [Libyan] Constitution is all about?

Turkey has a parliament, it has a Constitution, it has one of the powerful military in the region, it has one of the most highly educated citzenry, a more diverse population as well as oil reserves.

So, why not allow the Libya people to have and enjoy similar freedoms that are well tailored and suited for Libya as a nation, instead of the current Gadddafi tyranical leadership?


Shall polling stations be established all over Libya in order to find out whether the Libyan people are really concerned about such matters, and whether they also need to have them in their country after four decades of their non existence?

It's Gaddafi with his ever worsening syphilitic dementia that has held back the Libyan people, and underdeveloped the whole nation at the same time.

Otherwise, there is no reason why Libya shouldn't be at par with Israel or even better in terms of industrial development, medical advancement, infrastructure, schools, universities, standrad of living, robust private sector and public sector, advanced agricultural sector, a world renowned tourism industry, and with a political system that allows for dissent, a variety of opinions and the constitutional right for the existence of multiple political parties as any other modern and developed nations.

Why not?

Anonymous said...

@Luke,
I hate to rain on your dwindling parade and a dimishing caravan for the Colonel Muammar el-Gaddafi, the ruler of the Libyan Kingdom and all of its surrounding areas.

It's been confirmed beyond any shadow of a doubt that A rebel stood atop a statue in Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi's Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli.

While many Libyan residents in Tripoli stormed the Bab al-Aziziya compound in search of weapons in order to join the rebels in the fight against the mutating hydra and its several headlets inform of Gaddafi's sons, that will soon be found, floored and slaughtered by the people.


In the meantime, a lot of sympathies and adavance condolences go out to several generations of people who had held Gaddafi up as their revolutionary icon, political icon, cultural icon and military icon for ages.

The fact remains, their one time icon is no more, the mythological figure has been busted, and the angry mutating HYDRA is already out of its hiding underground caves in Tripoli, down on its fours, crawling hard to safety with the help of whatever remains of a few trusted loyalists, and gasping for any pockets of air that still be found in the tunnels.

The only people who have been underestimated from the day the revolution began, were the rebels who were considered not to have a fighting chance against one of the most powerful and feared military leaders in Africa as well as the Arab world.

Gaddafi's Waterloo moment will come in just a matter of time, days, weeks or not in a single month.

Every dog has its day, and Gaddafi, his sons and loyalists have their days numbered for them.

Anonymous said...

Demise of a sick and delusional el-dinosaur speaks volumes as the Libyan War rages on Tripoli.

el-Gaddafi's so called tactical retreat or strategic withdrawal from what remains of his now deserted compound (palace) in Tripoli, brings to mind the ancient chest thumping, finger wagging and fist pumping by the late Gen, Idi Amin el-Dada.

Gen. Amin used similar lame excuses after his forces were driven out by constant heavy fire power from the Bakombozi (liberators) who were advancing rapidly through out Uganda, just weeks after the liberation war of Uganda had been launched from the Kagera region of Tanzania.

Field Marshal Amin continued to issue constants threats and delusional outbursts against the advancing Bakombozi while town after town was liberated and fell under their control.

As indicated one of the documentaries on the 'Rise and Fall Idi Amin', Gen. Amin remained adamant and stubborn as mule, even as Mbarara, Masinde, Masaka, Mukono, Mubende, Tororo, Entebbe, Kampala, Port Bell, Fort Portal, Jinja, Mbale, Soroti, Lira, Moroto, koboko, and Gulu were liberated by the Bakombozi and the TPDF.

Field Marshal Idi Amin el-Dada, was no where to be seen by the time the well combined forces of the liberators crossed the Albert Nile and advanced into Arua.

Arua was supposed to have been Idi Amin's final stronghold after his so called special forces and crack units and loyalists had made a tactical retreat and withdrawn their military assets from the capital city of Kampala.

History seems to be repeating itself with Col. el-Gaddafi and what remains of his army, cells of fighters and loyalists.

The world wonders whether it's going to be a matter of time before he's caputred, killed, commits suicide, or escapes into a secured exile.

Or whether he will prevail and restore his glorious kingdom of Libya as he continues to claim in his delusional outbursts being broadcasted from a mobile field radio.

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