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Museveni-A disgrace to East African's?

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by kayundi2, Apr 17, 2009.

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    kayundi2 JF-Expert Member

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    This guy is keen to mess everybody around him.All what he understands is war,war,war.He started with DRC,he lost,he went to Rwanda he lost,he tried South Sudan he lost,Joseph Kony came up----pia amepoteza.He tried Moi claiming Malaba town was in Uganda.....When Kenya came up guns blazing ans sensing imminent lose....he backed down.
    He is now up against Migingo......and this time.....he has gotten a sleeping dog in Office(Kibaki).........but he is forgetting about one thing.....The Kenya People act like comrades themselves.......they dont need their Millitary to bring Museveni down........they know what they call economic sabotage.Uganda's 80 per cent of all imports come through Kenya.......and in Kibera....the Railway Line has been uprooted........they will be clossing Busia border early next week.
     
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    Meshili Member

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    What a shame! Do we really need this confrontation between Kenya and Uganda? Kwa nini Museveni hakusema kwamba Migingo ipo kwake tangu awali..
    I agree. He is a disgrace.
     
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    HellFire20 Senior Member

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    Nyinyi watu munanijazz...Yani the way people (Kenyans) are drumming up for war of some sort with Uganda, one might be tempted to think going to war is like some kind of bash(party) that people got to and have all the good stuff with lots of fun.
    The way the Kenyan media has covered this issue can only be described as incitement(pure and simple) and knowing Kenyans and their overly and naive habits of taking everything the media says and reports as if its the gospel truth,then the rail issue was to be expected they seem to have fallen for the bait line, hook and sinker.
    The question is, those that are shouting themselves hoarse,what other information do they have apart from what they are being fed by the media which of course is twisted to fit a certain editorial and commercial angle and some expert wanna be's whose only access to tangible intelligence reports is when they pass through a police station and see suspects being booked in.its no wonder they are calling for war.
    Unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you want see it,the powers that be have access to Intel that is real time non speculative and that info is what acts as a guide and determines on what the course of action to be taken.
    So every one sober up and this soap opera of some sought ought to end.
     
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    Smatta JF-Expert Member

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    Pia mi hujazika mbaya nikiona vile media ina focus na kufeed watu na negative info peke yake.. Sijui what they benefit at times by inciting the masses, coz hii story ya migingo kumekuwa na biased reporting.. story kama ati kuna curfew, ati taxation ya 500 ksh, which are total lies.
    Lets see what will happen this coming week coz kama reli imeanza kungolewa, ujue kuna noma. Watu wa Western wakivuka border, tuji brace for war, coz I know that goon M7 will not swallow riotous Kenyans wa cross na ku mess 'stabilty' ya nchi yake.
     
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    Sabode Senior Member

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    Hiyo yote ni kwa ajili ya heka moja tu?
    kwa nini wasiondoe watu pale waweke baruti wakilipue halafu kizame no more war.
     
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    Smatta JF-Expert Member

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    Musevenis ego wount allow that, its rather we go into war than him watching the piece of rock sink. Wacha wapimane nguvu tuone nani bingwa, Lets just be spectators and ignore the incitements from our media houses.
     
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    Injinia JF-Expert Member

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    Has anybody tried holding some sort of a poll to find out what the residents of the said island want? Inawezekana kabisa wao wanaviews zao tofauti, maybe even to be part of TZ coz it seems the island nations of Africa are quite keen to join the United Republic of TZ lately!!
     
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    Goon Michuki
     
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    Kikojozi JF-Expert Member

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    Museveni was the first to come out and support the Kibaki/Michuki/Kenyatta axis of evil baada ya kuiba December 2007 election results. He knows where his bread is buttered. Your attempts to portray M7 as some kind of war-monger are at best juvenile.
     
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    Kikojozi JF-Expert Member

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    .......or they could form a Republic like East Timor. Wacha wafanye referendum!
     
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    Smatta JF-Expert Member

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    Boss, is this your point of argument? You think because the goon supposedly supported Kibaki, he could take a chunk of the motherland without any one pointing fingers or hurling stones, guess he chokozad the wrong side of the border.

    Have you ever heard of of diversion politics? Thats the art that Museveni has mastered over the years, trying to dwarf the problems within his country by focusing on other things of less consequence but look big when put on the public domain.
     
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    Kikojozi JF-Expert Member

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    Ni poa mkuu Smatta

    That was my illustration. My argument is that M7 cannot bite the hand that feeds him. The Migingo issue will be resolved amicably.

    If there is anybody who needs to create a diversion its the goons who stole the elections. The coalition government is about to implode and there are real fears the country could slide back into mayhem. Migingo is a ploy by the PNU goons to whip up patriotic sentiments in order to avert the impending disaster. It may work for some time, but soon enough the masses will see through the charade and put the spotlight back on the thieving goons.

    The noose is tightening around their necks. Lazima watarudisha walichoiba. Most of it, not all.
     
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    Kituko JF-Expert Member

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    sasa hawa jamaa wanataka east african federation na kusiwe na sheria za ardhi kwa nchi husika yaani kuwe huru 2, nadhani watanzania sijuhi tutaenda wapi
    hawa jamaa hawafai kabisa, thier tribalist, selfish, muchknow, warlords ect
    plz kenya, uganda leave Tanzania alone
     
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    Smatta JF-Expert Member

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    The picture is much larger than Tz, its not always about you and your country,
     
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    MzalendoHalisi JF-Expert Member

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    M7 hatapenda kumsumbua Kenya over such a small island as 80% of her goods pass through Kenya!
     
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    Since bullets won’t move Museveni to let Migingo go, deny him oxygen


    Updated 17 hr(s) ago

    Barrack Muluka

     
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    Museven is good, very good, he knows how to protect what is his. anawafahamu aina ya watu anaogombana nao, wakenya. Nampongeza kwa anachofanya. kama wakenya wanaona wameonewa, wapeleke kwenye mahakama ya kimataifa. kama siyo wanyamaze kimya. mtutu hawawezi, watapigwa bure na m7l
     
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    Yaani kweli ugonvi wa kijinga kama huo unatokea katika kipindi hiki wakati Kenya inalilia ardhi ya Tanzania. Halafu, ati hivi karibuni, visiwa vinapenda kujiunga na United Republic of TZ mbona ni uongo. Visiwa gani. Wakenya mbona wachokozi wa maneno. Tanganyika iliungana na Zanziber (yaani visiwa vya Unguja na Pemba) mwaka 1964 na tangia hapo hakuna kisiwa kingine kilichojiunga. Masikitiko tu ni kwa EAC ya awali kuvunjika na Kenya kuibia Tanzania mali tele. Na hata sasa wanataka waruhusiwe kupata ardhi, wavue samaki na kuingia na wafanye ukora wao bila kizuizi. Itakuwa shida. Patakuwa hapatoshi!
     
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    Kayundi,

    If what you are saying is true(Museveni a Disgrace) Then it is also true Kenya is also "A Disgrace to East African,s?"

    It is also in my beliefs that Museveni is of no threat. Hence,the threats of economic hardship by Kenya thus, Kibaki- during global financial crisis is also conterproductive. Im yet to see!
     
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    Smatta JF-Expert Member

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    Fafanua, tumemchokoza nani? Ni ardhi gani mnadai Wakenya wataka kuinyakua? Ive never heard Kenyans saying they want a piece of Bongo, never.. I wonder where you pick up such lies.

    Kenya didn't steal the assets after the collapse of EAC, we divided them equally amongst the three member countries. I guess we just preserved and maintained our assets much better than you did, and you mismanaged yours, thats why you usually say that we stole your end of the bargain, and your leaders back you on this.. I usually wonder where your politicians were when we were stealing EAC assets.

    By the way fishermen crisscross each others country, so dont expect anything less from kenyan fishermen, watavuka border na wavue samaki 'wenyu'.
     
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