Ideologies On Our Kenya Parties- For Registration Only-Says Mwaura…

Posted on January 15, 2008. Filed under: Butdoisay TRUE STORIES |

Chairman Saidimu,
Ideologies on our Kenyan parties are just for the registration…thats it! Then Its
who is who economically and who makes the best deal with the west…Kibaki is a
failuire in the eyes of the west because he shifted bussiness  from the west to
Asia. Now that the deals they made with Raila WONT succeed after Kibaki was declared
the Winner and sworn in as our new/old president, the Imperialists are now trying to
change positions with plan A being :- Talking with Kibaki to share power with Raila
so that they wont loose the lots of money and resources they put on Railas campaign.
Plan B:- Work with Kibaki BUT he has to sign Bussiness deals with the
Imperialists/West. PlanC:- Help Raila take power BY ANY MEANS NECCESSARY thereby
caring NOT how many Innocent Kenyans die,with this they have already started it by
telling President Kibaki to allow demonstrations knowing very well criminals will
use it at this insecure time to Kill innocent Kenyans,Steal from Shops etc, so that
the Police in the name of Keeping security (Kills with the GUN)!!! then hell will
break loose…..then….Blah…Blah..blah..
Saidimu,Siasa ya Kenya and Africa as a whole is dictated by the west especially our
colonial masters…
On Swedish…Moderates are the right wings here but the unwritten rules in Sweden is
that all believe in a Socialist way of life thats why EVEN Fredrik the Prime
Minister will never touch on the FUNDERMENTAL LAWS based on Socialistic way of
thinking. Kenyans, “we” are even OVER Capitalised…I can explain this to you later
if you want..
I didnt know we are comrades in SDP of Sweden..Iam a committee member here in FITTJA
BRANCH  and Iam elected Social Nämden member where we meet with all parties
represented in Botkyrka and Discuss and make final decisions on most of what is to
be done here in Botkyrka Kommun. So I would very much want to incoporrate you with our
Branch sometimes when we have members meeting.
Comrades GreetingsSpelling mistakes edited by butdoisay….


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6 Responses to “Ideologies On Our Kenya Parties- For Registration Only-Says Mwaura…”

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Mr. Mwura, the likes of you are the reason Kenya and Africa is undeveloped and will never develop. You blatantly refuse to accept the Kibaki rigged elections even as the local observers, international observers, party agents and the general public that followed the elctions all agree that the elections was flawed. Mr. Mwaura, it’s depressing and unbelievable that the likes of you who enjoys the democratic fruits of West, do not want the same to happen in our motherland. Most of us who are economic refugees would like to move back to Kenya but unfortunately, the corrupt leaders do not want to create this oportunity. Instead the likes of you embrace tribal politics instead of positive ideas. The dictators like Kibaki enjoys this kind of politics to divide and rule. Wonder why you support this letdown THIEF. SHAME ON YOUUUUUUUUUUUS!!!!!!!!

Only a foolish kikuyu sychophant can use blinders to try and blame the west for the blatant thuggery that Kibaki imposed himself on kenyans, and oh yes he was sworn in as the president of Kenya but is he the president????????? if karoosy had been sworn in using ‘might’ like they did and are doing, would she have been the president??????????
I suggest you to make use of the free education kibaki is offering to upgrade your literacy standards butdoisay!!!!!!!!

Ok, i know we are all entitled to our opinions..coz that is what they are. Now you baba nani are judging on looks but not content, i think what matters is what Mwaura wants to tell us… his thoughts…Everyone has them,,, clay.. the editor does not necessarily have to say they corrected typos… amiamsaying.

hi nyams…no big deal..we all do make mistakes..english is not our first language..
it was a good article though…thats all that matters..

And i’m bashing him for myopic views, not for typing error’s coz any time we embrace Evil we become evil ourselves. Are we supposed to even consider blaming the EU and US for Kibakis stupidity?i know i don’t!!!!!Would even be better to tell me kibaki did it because he learnt from moi and kenyatta, but throwing the blame way outside just coz the guy is your tribesmate ah ahh we kenyans need to wake up!!!!!!!!!!

Kenyan president lost election, according to U.S. exit poll

By Shashank Bengali, McClatchy Newspapers Mon Jan 14, 10:35 AM ET

NAIROBI, Kenya — An exit poll carried out on behalf of a U.S. government-backed foundation indicates that Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki was defeated in last month’s disputed election rather than being re-elected as he claims, according to officials with knowledge of the document.

The poll by the Washington -based International Republican Institute — which hasn’t been publicly released— further undermines an election result that many international observers have described as flawed. The outcome has sparked protests and ethnically driven clashes that have killed hundreds.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga led Kibaki by roughly 8 percentage points in the poll, which surveyed voters as they left polling places during the election Dec. 27 , according to one senior Western official who’s seen the data and requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue. That’s a sharp departure from the results that Kenyan election officials certified, which gave Kibaki a margin of 231,728 votes over Odinga, about 3 percentage points.

U.S. and European observers have criticized the official results, which came after long, unexplained delays in counting the votes, primarily from Kibaki strongholds. Jendayi Frazer , the assistant secretary of state for African affairs, said over the weekend that there were “serious irregularities in the vote tallying, which made it impossible to determine with certainty the final result.”

The head of the International Republican Institute — a nonpartisan democracy-building organization whose work in Kenya was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development — said the data weren’t released because of concerns about their validity.

The institute contracted an experienced Kenyan polling firm, Strategic Public Relations and Research, which had done two previous national-opinion polls for the institute last year. But on election day the institute’s staff found that pollsters weren’t gathering information in some areas.

Institute President Lorne Craner said institute staffers weren’t in all areas where pollsters were working, so they couldn’t be sure which areas weren’t represented. Officials at the polling firm couldn’t be reached for comment, although outside experts said such data problems could be adjusted for statistically.

Craner also said he was wary of releasing the results after protests had begun, but he added that he wouldn’t have released them even if there’d been no violence.

“We didn’t think it made sense to put out what could be an invalid poll in a climate of great tension,” he said.

The senior Western official, who reviewed partial results, described them as credible. The survey included a sufficient sample of voters from around the country, and Odinga’s lead was comfortably outside the expected margin of error for a poll of that size, the official said.

“What it tells me is there was an exit poll that had one candidate with a significant lead who, at the end of the day, was not declared the victor. That seems to me to be a little surprising,” the official said.

The election and its aftermath have destroyed Kenya’s reputation for stability. As the country braced for more opposition protests later this week, former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan was expected to arrive as early as Tuesday for talks with Kibaki and Odinga, although several attempts to get the two rivals to meet already have failed.

Kenyan activists called on U.S. officials to release any data that would shed light on election fraud.

“People want justice and truth. Part of that can only be attained if there is an independent inquiry into the election results, and that will need independent sources like the exit poll,” said Dan Juma , the acting deputy director of the Kenya Human Rights Commission , a nongovernmental group.

The International Republican Institute’s work in Kenya dates to 1992, when it led an international mission to observe the country’s first multiparty elections. According to its Web site, the institute sponsors public opinion research— including exit polls— “to help strengthen political and civic institutions” in countries where it works.

For last month’s election, the organization sent delegates to monitor more than 100 polling stations. Its officials initially praised voting day as peaceful and orderly, but after the disputed result they issued a statement acknowledging “serious questions about the manner in which the vote tabulation was managed.”

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