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Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Nanu, Jan 21, 2010.

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    Nanu JF-Expert Member

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    I refuse to accept, bu the reality is we have so many investors in strategic places linked to somalia! Somalia as Somalia would not have been a problem, Nor is islam as a religion! it is the realisation of the fightings, masacres, terrorrist actions and the like that worries me - and it looks like the strategies will work for them!

    Consider the Piracy in the High seas and the hefty ransoms! Consider the state of the country in somalia and say if you will refuse them if they were to com as refugees! but ask yourself whats the agenda! See below!


    The following disturbing happenings

    Widespread buying of properties by Somalis (from Somalia ) in Nairobi , Mombasa , Nakuru, isiolo, kajiado and other major towns. Areas around the Eastleigh Airbase, Wilson Airport , JKIA and even near statehouse a priority. In Estleigh and South C it is actual ethnic cleansing(or is religious cleansing) through buyout of all properties (including a chiefs office and a market)This happens despite muted complaints from Kenyans warning of a takeover of their country by foreigners.

    Internal security permanent secretary orders an audit of all properties owned by foreigners in Nairobi .

    This is followed by complaints of disapproval from some Kenyan Somalis including a nation columnist former LSK chair Ahmednasir Abdulahi and among others Billow Kerrow, former Mandera West Mp arguing that the Somalis work very hard. (Which hard work is this that other Kenyans do not know about? Why have they refused to work hard in Somalia instead?) Their hardwork has even bought some Kenyans! Maajabu!

    Reports that the insurgency in Somalia is financed by cheap, duty free sugar imported through Kismayu before finding its way through porous borders and corrupt and inept intelligence and security apparatus to Eastleigh and then to other parts of Kenya. Also included are clothes, elctronics, gun running, piracy, printing of fake currency poaching and other criminal activities.

    John Allan Namu and Mohamed Ali demonstrates how goods are brought to Eastleigh from The mombasa port and the Eldoret Airport by foreigners through corrupt networks. KRA is unable to detect this. Eastleigh is the only place in Nairobi where KRA staffs enforcing ETR registers have been chased

    Unearthing of a syndicate in Eastleigh printing fake Kenya IDs and passports
    Reports of recruiting of young Kenyans and Somali refugees in madrassas and mosques in Eastleigh and Isiolo town to fight for Al Qaeda (or is Al Shabab) in Somalia .

    Census results withheld after it emerges that the Somali population in Kenya has grown from about 900,000 persons to 2,200,000 persons since 1999, a massive 140%. Other comparable areas such as Pokot, Turkana, and Marsabit come nowhere near a tenth of that.

    A rocket propelled grenade capable of bringing down a building found in Maua town and another in a Nakuru-bound bus.

    Al Amin Kimathi and Sheikh Dor announcing a muslim takeover of the country in 20 years.

    Friday the 15th of January 2010. On this day daylong rioting by islamic extremists protesting detention of suicide bomber trainer Sheikh Al Faisal from Jamaica . The first time in Kenyan history for protestors to carry guns which are used to kill a GSU officer. Some even carried a flag belonging to Al Qaeda associate Al Shabab group from Somalia .
    It is thus apparent that we are our worst enemies. Where is our president when all this is happening? Which Kenya did he swear to defend? The highest integrity should not be that of the director of KACC but the heads of Immigration department and registration of Persons, KRA, Police Commissioner etc. Can the history and contacts of these leaders be thoroughly investigated? For example: Who is Al Amin Kimanthi, Who is Sheikh Dor, Who is Abdullahi Abdi? Who are their parents? Who were their classmates?Has any one of them bought a Kenya ID and Passport?This is what will determine whether we will leave our children and our childrens children in the hands of Al shabab or in a free democratic country.

    Once a country's economy is taken over by foreigners who will not even integrate, we will have two states within one. A kamba will marry a Luo, a kikuyu marry a taita, A Luhya marry a Kalenjin etc. We drink in the same bars, go to same schools and churches, etc. But what of these Somalis whom we have allowed to buy our capital city.

    Once the Alshabab is done with the TFG in their country, this is the second stop. Kenya is already under islamization through influx of Somalis (from Somalia ), buying of IDs and Passports, buying of land and control of economy through various criminal and illegal tactics. Who will save us? Kibaki? No way. Raila? No way. The citizenry will have to save itself.

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    Kabengwe JF-Expert Member

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    This is scary! The connection seem to be correct. If it's happening in kenya, it can happen anywhere within the East African Community!
    Sounds like Kenya is the starting point, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi tunze kutia maji... Mwenzetu ananyolewa
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    Nanu JF-Expert Member

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    Kabengwe, you are correct. If you read between the lines, you can make some threads and lines of truth and reality. The ransom money from the high seas piracy is ending up in East Africa. In other words, the East African countries should watch closely as they may be the ones fueling the piracy by allowing the investments or cleaning of the dirty ransom cash paid to pirates.,