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Monday, December 02, 2013

Who switches Kenya's new dictatorship on and off?



Today is going to be my first full day back at work after a serious ailment that I at first greatly underestimated. At one point I struggled back to my computer with what I thought was just a slight temperature only to almost pass out. That is when I realized how serious it was.

But let's get back to some serious business shall we? Can you start by taking off that silly JUBILEE/CORD cap so that we have a serious and very urgent discussion as concerned Kenyans?

Let’s cut to the chase. When you get back to your desk officially in my  line of work, the first thing you do is a state of affairs report. This is mainly to update and bring yourself up to speed with what is really going on.

Now what I saw a lot of in my accumulated messages the minute I sat down is word from many of my moles on the ground reporting back the same thing. That Kenyans are now saying the country has slid into a dictatorship. If this is true then we are in very serious trouble. I mean the blood of some of the people who sacrificed their lives for the very freedoms that a dictatorship will never live with have hardly dried. I happen to have had the privilege of knowing some of them personally.

So is it REALLY true?

Let’ look at the cold facts without emotion.

Parliament passes a draconian media bill that would have made even Breshnev and his generation of control freaks in the old Russian blush. In the kitchen of the dreaded House of Representatives cooking right now is a bill that will effectively shut down NGOs as we know them in Kenya.

Then the same parliament ignores a court order to discuss JSC members and recommends their investigation which is a clever way of shutting down the judiciary and showing them who is really boss.

Now tell me what kind of leadership would want to control the media while cutting off the legs of civil society in one fell swoop hardly 6 months after coming into power. A dictatorship of course. NO OTHER answer here is correct or even comes close.

This parliament is more than a dictatorship. It is best described as a hungry dragon that wants to eat up anything and everything that dares to stand in its’ way. Remember the bill to do away with governors? Then there have been several stabs at the senate and the latest one is… you guessed it, we don’t need a senate at all. That one will soon be a bill under discussion, you can comfortably bet your next salary on that.

But there are some secret switches that control this dictatorial rule that Parliament has ushered into the country and some of those switches are in bedrooms. Read the rest of this article in my raw notes and get the details.


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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

We the people, call us Kenyans if you will, have forgotten the fact that we are not necessarily what we say or who we claim to be in comparison to our southern, western, eastern or north-eastern geopolitical neighbours for whatever narcissistic reasons that have become part and parcel of our sociopolitical DNA.

Our nationwide collective behavior is a much better barometer of what we are than words or the number of wazungu tourists we claim - and take pride in - flock to our failing country to interact with the four legged animals rather than the two legged ones with patriotic character flows.

We the people, the unpatriotic ones, keep forgetting the fact what we do in our present moments is the only indicator of what we are as a people and as a nation.

As far trying to scratch our thick heads when it comes to trying to figure out who switches Kenya's new dictatorship on and off?

Some of the sickening and tiring answers can be found within the kind of political underlings that hang around the nation's - people's - state house that has been reversed back into a one time village and cocoon that it once was during the 60s and 70s.

Kenyatta II, never evolved as a person and as a politician that is why when he was elected as president, he automatically reverted back to his comfort zone, a way of life as he knew it while he was growing up during the 60s and 70s in the name of unfinished business.

The biggest mistake, the son of Kenyatta II continues to do is surround himself with a deadwood crop of village politicians - throwback eaters - from those days when Kenya was ruled as a 1800s village and its residents oppressed by despotic leadership.

The old ways will not work in this day and age other than lead the country down a path of self-destruction and history will judge us harshly for the worst we have done with every fresh opportunity that has been granted to us inn 2002, 2007 and worse in 22013.

In the meanwhile, our close as well as distant geopolitical neighbours continue to laugh at us as if we were talking donkeys and singing mules.

We are a sick nation that that is now confined in the ICU and we definitely need an emergency sociopolitical surgery or else we will end up with deadly consequences in the next ten to fifteen years, courtesy of our collective ujinga wa kiukabila brand of political existence.

Anonymous said...

Wonder who will be the next African dictator in line after the three devils that are known to many African people?

Mugabe atafariki lini? Omar al-Bashir seems to be the only sly dictator who may get away with it unless he ends up facing the fate that befell Jaafar Al-Numeri.

The other guy in middle looks like an embalmed body walking in a general's uniform. that's - Mburukenge style - weighed down by worthless medals that have nothing to do strategic military leadership.

When will Robert Mugabe go west in order to release Zimbabwe from the metal claws of hyper-hyper-hyperinflation?

Belated cry for beloved African continent that continues to be ravaged, raped, molested, exploited and oppressed by dictators and their posthumous selves in the form of their sons who always seem to find a way to snatch political power.

Anonymous said...

It has been said that "insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results," yet repeating the same mistakes during every general election, from one month/year to the next and never expecting to do things right has remained the daily norm in Kenya.

The majority of Kenyans have become so accustomed to their versions of national realities where they have accepted never to do today, that which they can put off till tomorrow instead of trying to 'never put off till tomorrow, that which the people can do today.'

Kenya may have become a doomed nation and the people ..... themselves by allowing the dictatorial parliament to reverse the sociopolitical gains that had been started after the historic 2002 general election.

Anonymous said...

Chris,

Underestimation of any serious ailment is a very serious issue that can lead to more serious personal health complications in the long run. Take good care of your health and have a steady recovery. In the meanwhile, the country has been screwed either way by the hardliners, extremists and tribal snakeheads within JUBILEE and CORD to the point where the nation will continue to waste away for another five to ten years because of our collective myopia.

Anonymous said...

is this true??

After years of research I am now able to display Jomo Kenyatta’s early portrays, his real father and why he dropped [his] Kikuyu names (Kamau). Mzee Jomo Kenyatta is believed to have been a Kipsigis who grew up among the Kikuyu.

The legend is like this. After the demise of the great Nandi Oloibon Kipnyolei arap Turugat (Simbolei) his sons went to other parts of the Kalenjinland. One of them, Chebochok arap Boiso was to stay in Londiani in Kericho District. While in Londiani arap Bosio met a young lady later to become the mother of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. It is believed that their friendship resulted in the birth of Kenyatta

Back to Nyeri, arap Boisio again befriended a young Kikuyu lady named Margaret Muthoni who was President Kibaki’s father’s sister

another old man form Tugen named Chepkeres arap Toroitich visited him ( arap Bosio ), he later blessed him and told him that one of his grandsons would one day rule Kenya.This later came to be true when Daniel Kapkorios arap Moi became president.

moi and Kenyatta are half brothers?!?

http://benoitpress.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/kenya-50-mzee-jomo-kenyatta-was-a-kalenjin/

Anonymous said...

is this true??

After years of research I am now able to display Jomo Kenyatta’s early portrays, his real father and why he dropped [his] Kikuyu names (Kamau). Mzee Jomo Kenyatta is believed to have been a Kipsigis who grew up among the Kikuyu.

The legend is like this. After the demise of the great Nandi Oloibon Kipnyolei arap Turugat (Simbolei) his sons went to other parts of the Kalenjinland. One of them, Chebochok arap Boiso was to stay in Londiani in Kericho District. While in Londiani arap Bosio met a young lady later to become the mother of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. It is believed that their friendship resulted in the birth of Kenyatta

Back to Nyeri, arap Boisio again befriended a young Kikuyu lady named Margaret Muthoni who was President Kibaki’s father’s sister

another old man form Tugen named Chepkeres arap Toroitich visited him ( arap Bosio ), he later blessed him and told him that one of his grandsons would one day rule Kenya.This later came to be true when Daniel Kapkorios arap Moi became president.

moi and Kenyatta are half brothers?!?

http://benoitpress.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/kenya-50-mzee-jomo-kenyatta-was-a-kalenjin/

Anonymous said...



Moi warns about ICC

see what damage is already facing Kenya.

Me thinks Moi is a genius. He knew that choice has consequences but others ignored him.

Even kubafu is taking every opportunity to sell "willing seller,willing buyer bulshit",and blaming moi but conveniently forgetting that Rulers are remembered for all bad things. We shall always remember kubau for:

-2007/8 near genocide-for stealing elections
-worst corruption (2002-2012)-with the dubious achievement of the earliest while minister for Finance ( ken Ren fertiliser scandal0
-worst tribalism-Kenya is worst than never before. Everything is now seen in the tribal prism. If a ruler (not a leader) fails to bring cohesion,what benefit can he brag of?. Moi kept cohesion,and cost of living low.people don't eat Thika road and few billionaires in the Mt. K region that were made during Kubafu's error.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POmks_tB6hk

ICC ignores ASP resolutions-they go against the Rome statutes

popcorns please

Anonymous said...

Kibaki can engage in the lame political games of trying to blame Moi for all that was done under his despotic leadership after the fact.

However Kibaki will not be remembered for having built the ten-lane dual expressway from Mombasa through Machakos, Nairobi, Limuru, Nakuru, Eldoret, Kisumu, Kakakmega, Busia and up to the Kenya-Uganda border.

And for the construction of Kibaki University and teaching hospital and a maximum security prison in Othaya.

But the poor guy's name will always be attached to the 2007/08 post election violence, cronyism, greed, racketeering, and for having paved the way where the nation's huge natural resources sold or mortgaged to China and other willing buyers (takers) and willing sellers (grabbers) in quid pro quo deals that will bleed the Kenya for the next two decades.

His ego has got the best of him and that is one of the many reasons why he will also be remembered for having been a president who was so comfortable reporting to work at ten o'clock from Monday to Thursday, and perpetually taking off every Friday unless he was supposed to appear at public functions.

Injustice will always haunt the rest of the country as long as Kibaki, Raila and their henchmen are not hauled to The Hague to face prosecution at the ICC before its too late given their current age.

There are segments of the Kenyan population who are saddened by the fact one of their former leaders ran a corrupt ship and used his intelligence for all the wrong reasons.

The appetite for greed that was tolerated and left in place by the former leader will end catching up with his henchmen and underlings in way or another because sanctioned corruption can never last forver.

kumekucha said...

Anon@ 8

Point of correction. As President Kibaki NEVER reported to work at 10. He used to report at 11:30AM on a good day. MUCH later than that on most days. He would even keep the whole country waiting during public holidays because he couldn't get out of bed. One would think that at least on public holidays somebody would make the effort to get out of bed early for once.

Chris Kumekucha

Anonymous said...

I understand Moi used to wake up 4am; by 6am he had read all the major newspapers, listened to international news and read all the security reports...

Anonymous said...

The word on ground among those who kind of worked around Moi, has it that he never used to read any of the country's three major newspapers and one major British newspaper, but he had a fulltime assistant who read the major political, economic and social "stories" - versions of news items - of the day.

The narration - reading - by a third party would begin the moment Moi walked out of the shower, while he dressed up, had his breakfast and then completed his twenty to thirty minutes of a quiet moment that was flooded by the voice of the resident narrator.

Then he would be updated on any publications that were considered "subversive" or for failure to toe the line as in "follow Moi's footprints".

The ritual of waking up during the early morning hours has kept him active and more alert than most of his former and current contemporaries.

Although large scale dairy farmers in the Rift Valley are known to wake up as early as four o'clock in order to attend to their very loyal and productive dairy queens, before being released into the open pastures.

Anonymous said...

Anon@10:39 PM

[Johnson] Kamau wa Ngengi, the biological son of Moigoi and Wamboi of Gatundu was Gatundu damu 99.9% with zero DNA from the distant neeighbours of his people.

Johnson Kamau could have adopted the name Kamau wa Moigoi or Ngengi or even Magana in honour of his renowned paternal grandfather, however, he decided to anoint himself with the names 'burning spear' and 'light of Kenya'. What a name?

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