Friday, September 06, 2013
Kidero slaps Shebesh on national TV and gets support on social media
Hand of Satan: "That was my hand trying to caress Shebesh and calm her down... it's just that it was moving at high speed." (suggestion from spin doctor of what Kidero should say after being shown the footage with evidence of him violently slapping Rachel Shebesh.)
"I have no recollection of what happened but I did not slap anybody." (what Kidero said on national TV. Politicians tell lies all the time but this one was too much for me).
I woke up somewhere in the banana republic this morning feeling cheeky and so I went straight to Google and typed "Kidero arrested."
Very funny. Such things don't happen in the banana republic where there are two sets of laws. Those for mere mortals and those for the political class and the rich. Now when you are a rich man like Kidero and also in the political class, the policeman who tries to follow the law will be arrested first before the man who broke the law on live television is touched.
I have absolutely no time for people who hit women. It does not matter what the woman has done (even if it is your wife and you have found her legs wide and somebody else on-top of her). You just don't hit women. In my view men who hit women are NOT men. They are cowards, sissies and... (let me just stop there).
From my experience men who hit women supposedly when they have lost their temper never dare hit another man with the same temper lost ten times over. That's because they know the man can hit back and harm them. And so they prey on women and practice their slaps on the weaker sex safe in the knowledge that they can stay out of harms' way.
Let's get a few facts straight.
Kidero slapped Shebesh with a lot of force. (the irrefutable evidence is captured on video and was aired on national TV).
Kidero broke the law. It does not matter if he slapped a Koinange street slut or a nun from a convent, the law does NOT make any distinction here.
Kidero MUST face the law just like any other Kenyan. Otherwise nobody should ever be arrested again for slapping anybody. Let's change the law and allow everybody to slap anybody when they feel like it.
Kidero MUST resign, even as he waits to serve a jail term for breaking the law. Some CORDed Kenyans will want to argue that it would rather be appropriate for the Nairobi governor to run the city on skype from jail, but to me that s not even funny. I tend to lose my humour when a man hits a woman.
And so the big question this post must ask is why has Kidero not been arrested yet? What is the delay about?
It is laughable that this is the man who wants to stand for president one day. You slap a woman and then you lie in front of the cameras and say you did not. And yet the evidence is clearly on tape. What Kidero probably didn't know is what modern video cameras can do these days (especially from a distance) and he was probably sure that nobody saw anything and those who did he could easily pay off to say something else.
Kidero's political career must be over and has to be over. Personally if he continues as governor... (let me not say it). Kidero MUST GO and the sooner the better.
More Drama: Kidero goes to police station to report that Shebesh assaulted him.
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