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      Angry WIKILEAKS watimua vumbi

      Wakuu internet na teknolojia ia habari vinaendelea kuwatoa kamasi wanasiasa wanafiki. Nadhani kuanzia sasa Hilary Clinton uzuri wako wote utapukutika, by the end of this week nadhani kutakuwa huenda Assange atakuwa katika hatari ya maisha, au wanasiasa wakubwa watapata matibabu ya ugonjwa wa moyo.

      Walijaribu kum-silence jamaa kwa kumsingizia kesi ya ubakaji lakini still ana survive.


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      Consult us before using intelligence to commit war crimes, US tells Uganda


      The US told Uganda to let it know when the army was going to commit war crimes using American intelligence – but did not try to dissuade it from doing so, the US embassy cables suggest.


      America was supporting the Ugandan government in its fight against rebel movement the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), providing information and $4.4m (Ł2.8m) worth of military hardware a year.


      But a year ago officials became concerned that the Ugandans were guilty of war crimes in the long-running battle against Joseph Kony's rebel movement, which is famed for its brutal atrocities and abduction of children.


      Jerry Lanier, the US ambassador to Kampala, reported on 16 December to Washington that the country's defence minister, Crispus Kiyonga, had verbally assured him that American intelligence was being used "in compliance with Ugandan law and the law of armed conflict. This pledge includes the principles of proportionality, distinction and humane treatment of captured combatants."


      But Lanier continued: "Uganda understands the need to consult with the US in advance if the [Ugandan army] intends to use US-supplied intelligence to engage in operations not government [sic] by the law of armed conflict. Uganda understands and acknowledges that misuse of this intelligence could cause the US to end this intelligence sharing relationship."


      Nowhere, though, does it appear that the ambassador directly told the Ugandans to observe the rules of war.


      The following day the embassy reported that a captured colonel, Peter Oloya, held in prison in Gulu, had been shot on the orders of Colonel Charles Otema, the head of military intelligence in northern Uganda who was virtually running the war. Otema is reported to have been in daily contact with Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni.
      During the past two years the Ugandan army has deployed 4,000 troops in Operation Lightning Thunder to chase the LRA out of Uganda into the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan and now into the Central African Republic where, 800 miles from its original area of operation, the rebel group is thought to have fewer than 300 followers. Several of the LRA's senior commanders have been killed or captured but Kony is believed to remain alive.


      Despite US support for Museveni, the US ambassador reported widespread disillusionment with the Ugandan leader's 24-year rule. In October last year, Lanier wrote: "The president's autocratic tendencies, as well as Uganda's pervasive corruption, sharpening ethnic divisions and explosive population growth, have eroding [sic] Uganda's status as an African success story.


      "Holding a credible and peaceful election in February 2011 could restore Uganda's image which failing in that task could lead to domestic political violence and regional instability."


      WikiLeaks cables: Consult us before using intelligence to commit war crimes, US tells Uganda | World news | The Guardian

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      Mkuu hiyo ya Richmond ni ya zamani, lakini inaonekana kuna intel nyingi sana ambazo zinatuhusu watz. Inawezekana tumeuzwa tayari wenyewe hatujijui. Jamiiintelligence ingewasilana na Assange tungeweza kuzipata inaonekana sasa hivi website ya wikileak inasakamwa sana.

      Wakuu halafu nina swali, nani kwa sasa ni mkurugenzi wa TISS, RO? ZOKA? au nani?
      ndio ni RO, Z na kina A ni madeputy
      the more i learn the less i know

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      Quote By simbaulanga View Post
      WikiLeaks has nothing to do ith CIA or FBI, only people that used to work for CIA and FBI and had access to these infos and needed money, they betrayed thier own government, to me this i sjust another Bible storyJude sold jesus, they are doing these with one intention, to make Obama look bad as a president, but their time will come
      mkuu this is not like Jude selling Jesus. Jesus was a good guy, Jude just wanted money....these leaks are not saying the US is good, its revealing the bad things, and i dont know if the leakers want money.
      the more i learn the less i know

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      Hii ndiyo siasa ya AFrica na dunia kwa ujumla.. Huwezi kupata kiongozi akawa mkweli 25 % achilia mbali 100%

      Sasa wamerekani ukweli wao utajulikana na Tanzania hiyo hivyo kidogo kidogo.. tunapata ukweli.

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      Troubling Signs on Anti-Corruption: Impunity at the Top....
      --------------------------------------------- ----------
      ¶8. (C) Hoseah then turned to his concerns regarding
      Tanzania’s anti-corruption struggle. He noted that President
      Kikwete does not appear comfortable letting the law handle
      corruption cases which might implicate top level officials.
      According to Hoseah, President Kikwete is hesitant to pursue
      cases which may implicate former President Benjamin Mkapa:
      “Kikwete is soft on Mkapa. He does not want to set a
      precedent by going after his predecessor.”

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      10. (C) The ongoing, if not accelerating, level of corruption
      on Zanzibar is another cause for pessimism in Tanzania’s
      fight against corruption. While establishment of Tanzania’s
      Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) would indeed force changes
      on Zanzibar in the long term, Hoseah admitted that he did not
      believe Zanzibar’s current leadership was committed to
      fighting corruption. With a “free port” and government
      officials routinely on the payroll of foreign investors,
      Zanzibar is rife with corruption, Hoseah emphasized. With
      the momentum of anti-corruption efforts on the Mainland,
      Zanzibar will have to follow suit, Hoseah said. He added,
      however, that “in the short term, Zanzibar’s President faces
      the end of his term and it appears that there is actually an
      acceleration of corruption through acquisition of land and
      other assets.”

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      REF: A. A. DAR ES SALAAM 1009 B. B. DAR ES SALAAM 00085

      Classified By: D. Purnell Delly, Deputy Chief of Mission, for reasons 1 .4(b and d).

      ¶1. (C) SUMMARY. Tanzania’s Prevention of Corruption Bureau
      (PCB) has never successfully prosecuted a high-level
      corruption case involving either the private or public
      sector. On July 14, the Director General of the PCB, Edward
      Hoseah, assured the DCM that the PCB was now prepared to
      prosecute a milestone corruption case: the U.K.-Tanzanian BAE
      radar deal. Beyond plans to prosecute the BAE case, Hoseah
      painted a mixed picture regarding the Government of
      Tanzania’s (GOT’s) progress toward addressing the country’s
      endemic corruption problem. On one hand, Hoseah highlighted
      recent legal reforms and the increasing willingness of both
      Parliament and press to level corruption charges against the
      government. On the other hand, he noted the unabated
      corruption in Zanzibar, weak capacity of his bureau, and
      President Kikwete’s reluctance to implicate former President
      Benjamin Mkapa or members of Mkapa’s inner circle in
      corruption scandals. Finally, Hoseah reiterated deep concern
      about his personal safety, explaining that he frequently
      received threatening letters. In the event of increasing
      threats to his life, Hoseah said he would not hesitate to
      seek refuge in another country. END SUMMARY.

      PCB: Ready to Prosecute the BAE Radar Deal
      ------------------------------------------
      ¶2. (C) Edward Hoseah, Director General of the Prevention of
      Corruption Bureau (PCB) told the DCM that the PCB was almost
      finished with its investigation of the U.K.- Tanzanian BAE
      radar deal and that it intended to prosecute the case. “We
      are focused on the 31 percent commission paid to BAE. We
      understand that businessmen need commissions but the question
      is whether 31 percent is lawful or not,” Hoseah said. He
      called the deal “dirty” and said it involved officials from
      the Ministry of Defence and at least one or two senior level
      military officers.

      ¶3. (C) Hoseah said that the two primary suspects, XXXXXXXXXXXX and Shailesh Vithlani, CEO of
      Merlin International, were currently out of the country but
      that when they returned the GOT would begin to prosecute. “I
      have obtained President Kikwete’s support to prosecute the
      culprits once they return to Tanzania,” he said, stressing
      that prosecution of the case would mark an important
      milestone in the PCB’s struggle. “The real signal of the
      GOT’s political commitment will be when we take this radar
      case to court,” Hoseah said.

      ¶4. (C) Note: Shailesh Vithlani is a British citizen who
      reportedly grew up in Tanzania. He heads Merlin
      International, a Dar es Salaam based company. Merlin
      International has been implicated as the agent for Britain’s
      BAE Systems which sold a USD 40 million military radar system
      to the GOT in 2002. Beyond the BAE radar deal, Merlin has
      been linked in the media to a range of other high profile
      government deals including the sale of a Gulfstream
      presidential jet to former President Benjamin Mkapa.
      According to a July 13 report in This Day, a local newspaper,
      at the time of the BAE deal, Vithlani’s local partner was
      Tanil Somaiya of Shivacom Tanzania Ltd.

      Promising Signs on Anti-Corruption Front: Legal Reform...
      --------------------------------------------- ------------
      ¶5. (C) In addition to the possible prosecution of the BAE
      radar case, Hoseah emphasized that there were other promising
      signs in Tanzania’s fight against corruption. First, he
      noted that as of July 1 the Anti-Corruption bill had become
      fully operational, laying the legal groundwork to accelerate
      the prosecution of corruption. He said that the GOT had
      almost finalized its “whistle blowers” legislation and that
      the relationship between the PCB and the Director of Public
      Prosecution (DPP) had improved. “I have a good working
      relationship with the new DPP and he appears serious about
      prosecuting corruption.” XXXXXXXXXXXX

      Stronger Parliament, Press, and Public Support
      --------------------------------------------- -
      ¶6. (C) A second promising sign regarding anti-corruption
      efforts which Hoseah stressed was increased support within
      the Parliament, press and the general public. “Parliament is
      now our ally. Members of Parliament are no longer just
      spectators; they are starting to ask the tough questions to
      unveil corruption schemes,” Hoseah said. He explained that
      the media was also making a crucial contribution, showing
      politicians that they could not hide: “The press has started
      to bring allegations against former President Mkapa. This
      signals to all politicians that no one is immune.” Awareness
      is growing among the general public too, Hoseah noted, as
      evidenced by the increased trust in the PCB and the decline
      of negative news articles about the PCB and its staff.

      Initiatives Stemming from the UNCAC
      -----------------------------------
      ¶7. (C) Finally, Hoseah noted Tanzania’s participation in the
      UN Convention Against Corruption as another reason for
      optimism on the anti-corruption front. As a signatory to the
      UNCAC, Tanzania must not only follow international standards,
      but will take part in several anti-corruption initiatives in
      the near future. For example, Tanzania will be subject to a
      peer review and a gap analysis on its compliance with the
      convention.

      Troubling Signs on Anti-Corruption: Impunity at the Top....
      --------------------------------------------- ----------
      ¶8. (C) Hoseah then turned to his concerns regarding
      Tanzania’s anti-corruption struggle. He noted that President
      Kikwete does not appear comfortable letting the law handle
      corruption cases which might implicate top level officials.
      According to Hoseah, President Kikwete is hesitant to pursue
      cases which may implicate former President Benjamin Mkapa:
      “Kikwete is soft on Mkapa. He does not want to set a
      precedent by going after his predecessor.”

      ¶9. (C) Referring to the widespread rumors of corruption
      within the Bank of Tanzania (Ref B), Hoseah remarked that
      XXXXXXXXXXXX In Hoseah’s view, Kikwete’s recent appointment of three new
      deputy BOT governors was XXXXXXXXXXXX. The DCM
      remarked that XXXXXXXXXXXX responses to allegations XXXXXXXXXXXX were opaque and even projected a
      sense of impunity. “Your perception is correct,” Hoseah
      responded, adding, “there is a sense of impunity with XXXXXXXXXXXX because he and XXXXXXXXXXXX are so closely intertwined. Kikwete
      would find it very difficult to fire him.”

      Complacency on Zanzibar...
      ---------------------------
      ¶10. (C) The ongoing, if not accelerating, level of corruption
      on Zanzibar is another cause for pessimism in Tanzania’s
      fight against corruption. While establishment of Tanzania’s
      Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) would indeed force changes
      on Zanzibar in the long term, Hoseah admitted that he did not
      believe Zanzibar’s current leadership was committed to
      fighting corruption. With a “free port” and government
      officials routinely on the payroll of foreign investors,
      Zanzibar is rife with corruption, Hoseah emphasized. With
      the momentum of anti-corruption efforts on the Mainland,
      Zanzibar will have to follow suit, Hoseah said. He added,
      however, that “in the short term, Zanzibar’s President faces
      the end of his term and it appears that there is actually an
      acceleration of corruption through acquisition of land and
      other assets.”

      Continuing Capacity Constraints...
      ---------------------------------------
      ¶11. (C) Hoseah raised the PCB’s lack of capacity as another
      key challenge to Tanzania’s anti-corruption campaign. He
      stressed that support from the Millennium Challenge Account
      (MCA) Threshold Program has assisted the PCB immensely with
      training prosecutors and investigators. Still, institutional
      capacity at the PCB is weak and additional capacity building
      is needed. One area which Hoseah specified for additional
      training was intelligence or evidence gathering.
      “Cooperation among law enforcement agencies is still limited
      and we need to improve our intelligence capabilities,”
      Hoseah told the DCM.

      Threat of Stepping on the Wrong Toes
      ------------------------------------
      ¶12. (C) At the end of the meeting, Hoseah reiterated concern
      for his personal security (Ref A), saying he believed that
      his life may be in danger. He told the DCM that he had
      received threatening text messages and letters and was
      reminded everyday that he was fighting the “rich and
      powerful.” While Hoseah maintained that he was not scared to
      do his job, he said that he could not be seen as
      “uncompromising.” Toward the end of the meeting, he said
      quietly to the DCM, “If you attend meetings of the
      ‘inner-circle,’ people want you to feel as if they have put
      you there. If they see that you are uncompromising, there is
      a risk.” Finally, he made clear that if the threat to his
      life reached a certain point, he would flee the country.


      Comment: PCB’s List of Untouchables: Growing?
      --------------------------------------------- --
      ¶13. (C) In our January 2007 meeting with Hoseah (Ref A), he
      said his primary goal as the newly appointed Director General
      of the Prevention of Corruption Bureau would be to prosecute
      “big fish.” He told us point blank, however, that cases
      against the Prime Minister or President were off the table.
      Now, he has revealed that former President Benjamin Mkapa and
      certain members of Mkapa’s inner circle may also be
      untouchable, many of whom have ministerial or sub-ministerial
      posts in Kikwete’s government. Thus, while President
      Kikwete’s talk against corruption might be tough, he is
      clearly treading carefully and the jury remains out on his
      commitment to tackling high-level corruption.

      ¶14. (C) Even if the Kikwete administration does prosecute
      the BAE case, it is important to note that the U.K. Serious
      Fraud Office conducted the lion’s share of the investigation.
      According to Hoseah, after the Fraud Office confronted the
      GOT with evidence, PCB officials were invited to spend one
      month in London working with the Serious Fraud Office to
      finalize the case. Therefore, although the GOT may
      ultimately point to BAE as a landmark case reflecting
      commitment to combating corruption, the decision to prosecute
      may actually reflect the notoriety of the case in the UK, its
      notoriety and prominent press play here, and most
      importantly, the fact that a fully developed case file,
      brimming with detailed evidence, was presented by UK
      investigators to the Prevention of Corruption Bureau. In
      short, to the cynical eye, the GOT may have little recourse
      other than to prosecute. END COMMENT.
      RETZER

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      Swali langu ni kuwa mbona kuna majina yamefichwa kwenye hizi cables kwa kutumia XXXXXXXXXXX. Je huku si kuchakachua? Mbona za mataifa mangine wametaja na majina ya wahusika lakini hizi zetu wameficha?

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      Swali langu ni kuwa mbona kuna majina yamefichwa kwenye hizi cables kwa kutumia XXXXXXXXXXX. Je huku si kuchakachua? Mbona za mataifa mangine wametaja na majina ya wahusika lakini hizi zetu wameficha?
      Na mimi najiuliza jambo hilo hilo. Labda kwa sababu bado kuna kesi mahakamani!
      wakati Cuf wanataka kuchukua nchi mwaka 2000 CCM walikuja na single ya kusema Cuf ni waislamu na kwa sasa wanadai sisi Chadema ni chama cha wakristo sasa CCM nacho ni cha watu gani? Watu wakajibu mashetaaaaaniiiiii.!---Wana Kigoma.

      ....Pamoja na kansa ya uongozi wa CCM watu wataendelea kukichagua,au watu wanaweza wakachoka na kusema potelea mbali wakachagua chama KINGINE....Julius. Kambarage. NYERERE"

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      Swali langu ni kuwa mbona kuna majina yamefichwa kwenye hizi cables kwa kutumia XXXXXXXXXXX. Je huku si kuchakachua? Mbona za mataifa mangine wametaja na majina ya wahusika lakini hizi zetu wameficha?
      Mie nilifikiri Bongolander ndo kaficha majina, kama ndiye...............Bongolande r kwangua hizo XXXXXXX tuone kilichofunikwa
      24 hours in a day! 24 beers in a case, Coincidence? I think not!

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      Bongo maneno mengii utendaji zeroooooooooooo.

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      ..hata mimi sijaona habari za Tanzania huko wikileaks.

      ..hii kitu inaweza kutufunulia siri nyingi sana ambazo tulikuwa hatuzijui.

      ..WikiLeaks inaweza kuwa na siri nzito kuliko hata mabomu aliyokuwa akitupa Dr.Slaa.

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      10. (C) The ongoing, if not accelerating, level of corruption
      on Zanzibar is another cause for pessimism in Tanzania’s
      fight against corruption. While establishment of Tanzania’s
      Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) would indeed force changes
      on Zanzibar in the long term, Hoseah admitted that he did not
      believe Zanzibar’s current leadership was committed to
      fighting corruption. With a “free port” and government
      officials routinely on the payroll of foreign investors,
      Zanzibar is rife with corruption, Hoseah emphasized. With
      the momentum of anti-corruption efforts on the Mainland,
      Zanzibar will have to follow suit, Hoseah said. He added,
      however, that “in the short term, Zanzibar’s President faces
      the end of his term and it appears that there is actually an
      acceleration of corruption through acquisition of land and
      other assets.”
      Ahamada a.k.a Hapa Pangu
      MFUNGWA HACHAGUI GEREZA

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      weakleaks itatufunulia mengi!

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      Wakizungumza WikiLeaks ni taarifa,wakiongea waswahili sio taarifa.Laiti mngejua we know more than even WikiLeaks.
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      The most important REVELATION in these cables is that the current President is unwilling to do anything about the rampant CORRUPTION in the country. Perfect example, is the radar scandal, even when credible evidence was presented before PCCB, the evidence was blatantly ignored and the culprit was set free.
      How about another recent example of the longest running legal suit in Dar's history languishing at the local Dar Hc when years ago it was determined by the Highest Court of the Land, the COA? Now this case is just a 'special' project of few TZ officials and No ONE cares that a daylite robbery is occurring each day this case is in courts. SOME ppl R benefitting tremendously with this ongoing case. TZ Taxpayers money is flowing out of the BOT in this theft where a person's individual legal right was granted by the COA, and now is in the process of being STOLEN- not only a lawful, legal right, but also as long as this case is in the courts, the TZ taxpayers money. And an article on this matter titled
      "Revealed: The most expensive legal suit in Dar's history" by Richard Mgamba, Sunday Guardian, jUne 28, 2009, suppressed by the gvt. WHY?

      The Valambhia case cannot be ignored and swept under the carpet. It is the most epic, historic case where issues of RULE OF LAW, GOOD GOVERNANCE, CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS, where JUDGEMENT from the highest court of the Land was blatantly ignored by the gvt. as were all unprecedented rulings, judgements, ect. WHY? BEcause a few TZ officials greatly benefitted by denying a man JUSTICE. NO democracy can move forward without recognizing the founding pillars of JUSTICE, EQUALITY, HUMAN RIGHTS for all. NOT just for a "few". Keep in mind, the original lawsuit was between 2 business partners but after Mr. Valambhia was awarded his lawful entitlement, the gvt. acting as an attorney for his other partner intervened in this case and one case gave birth to 14 cases and Mr. Valambhia & his attorney, Mr. Maira WON ALL of them. But still the gvt. continued the case. WHY? The ppl involved in this case were Felix Mrema, Andrew Chenge, Mkono and many more. Also, when Mr. Valambhia won his entitlement and his Judgement was sitting on each Minister's desk, through the back door MONEY going to him went to his other business partner when the business partner had lost his case.
      Here some calculation on the cost of this case to the TZ taxpayer: innumerable cost to the TZ payer now &future generations
      :innumerable money flowing out of BoT to the few, the owners of this 'special'
      project
      Injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere-Martin Luther King, jr.

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