Sunday, February 17, 2013
Zombies prepare to invade polling stations, but Dida has no zombie followers
Zombies in Kenya ready for the elections; Mohamed Dida refreshing non-zombie
What are zombies? According to Bwana Google it is; A soulless corpse said to be revived by witchcraft…
Well, Kenya is preparing for March 4th 2013 when millions of Zombies will invade polling stations to cast their votes. They will vote according to the chants you hear coming out of their smelly dead mouths.
Let me explain.
I have tried. I have really tried to have issue-based discussions with some of the most brilliant minds in Kenya on social media and even in social places all over the country. It has proved to be a futile mission. All I have met are Zombies programmed by either CORD or Jubilee. Their idea of a balanced debate on issues is a discussion that paints their candidate in good light and nothing else. Anything negative gets a predictable reaction from them. They huff and puff and start to get very annoyed and if you are not careful you will get a missile (like a bottle with the contents of EABL products still inside) hurled in your direction.
It seems that so many people have been bitten and turned into Zombies. I have met very few Peter Kenneth, Martha Karua or Mohamed Dida supporters but they have been joy to speak to. These folks you can have an intelligent discussion with. These people are non-tribal and love their country with a passion. I wish there was much more of them.
March 4th is going to be pretty predictable. CORD zombies in CORD zones and Jubilee zombies in Jubilee zones will troop obediently and in a trance to polling stations all over the country to vote for the side that bit them and turned them into Zombies.
Why waste time and money on presidential debates when Zombies cannot take in the contents of a debate? Why waste time releasing manifestos? Zombies don’t and can’t read, let alone comprehend and analyze the policies.
Why bother with opinion polls in a country of Zombies where all the people do is chant who they are supporting. Votes cast in stone that will not be changed by an earthquake.
That is why political rookie Mohamed Dida made such a huge impact on those of us who are still non-zombies. What impression do you expect a non-zombie to make amongst zombies? Right from the moment he first opened his mouth when he was presenting his papers to the IEBC the former Lenana school teacher has struck a chord in my heart. His speeches and remarks have inspired me as I am sure they have inspired so many Kenyans. Chances are that this is the man I will vote for on March 4th and don’t even think of telling me that cr** about losing my vote or wasting it. What does that mean in democracy? Don’t give me zombie talk, I am no zombie. I am still thinking and will continue to do so even as I vote.
Lively chat on social media as Dida steals the show
Deep inside the Jubilee and CORD campaigns