Tuesday, September 24, 2013
I am always talking to ordinary folk on the ground and I can confirm that there is a feeling of outrage amongst most across the country over what they see as their government keeping information from them.
One man told this blogger that the Kenyan government is treating its' citizens like children. He wondered why a government should keep information from its' citizens on such a crucial national issue that involved everybody's security.
This approach has also been strongly criticized by foreign journalists who have had a very frustrating time trying to get information to file stories back to their home countries on a story that has led the attention of the world.
I talk about the reasons for this attitude in my special report on the issue titled Horror at Westgate but the bottom line is that Kenya was at war (or is still at war because Al Shabab sources insist that it is not over) and in such a situation information from the war front has to be spun (sometimes into outright lies and propaganda) as part of the war effort and strategy. This is something that happens the world over.
I have compiled a special report that I am giving away for FREE titled Horror at Westgate. I recommend that those with relatives still held as hostages at the Westgate Mall should NOT read this special report. Trust me I have very good reasons. The report contains all the graphic images and photographs that the media has avoided carrying and which give a true picture of exactly what happened on black Saturday. This was an extremely bloody and brutal attack, more than what most Kenyans imagine. The special report also gives an insight into those involved including detailed analysis from experts on how this siege will most probably end. It also includes details of an attempted rescue attempt yesterday and the resulting casualties.
I am giving away the special report for FREE. Get details now.