Shia LaBeouf arrives at the New York screening of ‘The Company You Keep’

Shia LaBeouf arrives at the New York screening of ‘The Company You Keep’ at The Museum of Modern Art.

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  1. Avatar Mullah James November 5th, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    After hosting Obama, Tanzania feels like it’s the most important country in East and Central Africa. It’s coalition of the willing. If they are not willing, they can join other regional economic blocks.

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    1. Avatar shalom November 5th, 2013 at 9:06 pm

      Oh!! that is the catch mwafrika gutuka TZ na Burindi are being taken back and used. American do like when you question or defy. I support RAO for the fact he has recently visited the west.

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    2. Avatar Antidisestablishmentarianist November 5th, 2013 at 10:03 pm

      Just a couple of hours of Obama visit to TZ haunts Kenyans for several months now. And it was during this time that they started preparing their ongoing secret meetings with their other two partners. And, surely, it led to inferiority complex among Kenyans.

      Yes, it’s a coalition of willing, so what?? Just go ahead, what are you waiting for? You wa

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      1. Avatar coldtusker November 6th, 2013 at 7:52 am

        You are right. Kenya should continue engaging Uganda and Rwanda while sweet-talking South Sudan to join the EAC. Tanzania will benefit from the larger EAC too.

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      2. Avatar Polkot November 8th, 2013 at 8:52 am

        How can we leave a weak blind person alone? That is unAfrican! You are weak because you only react to the acts of the strong. When Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda want to built an infrastructure, you cry like a brat that you are being isolated. So you intend to ‘revenge’ by proposing DRC and Burundi whom you cannot guide because you are blind and weak and do not know what to do. By the way those country are not saying anything about your new found friendship because they doubt Tanzanian commitment to anything.

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        1. Avatar Antidisestablishmentarianist November 10th, 2013 at 12:30 am

          hoh hoo, itz kenya which is blind. See how you myopically went head on (hend on – hah haa) with Somalian investment in your country, and where your blindness landed you??? Who is blind then??? Mwenye macho haambiwi tazama.

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  2. Avatar kilim November 5th, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    You Mullah James you need to use your brain to think. It look like you don’t know what you are talking about may be because you are using your stomach in your thinking. Tanzania is core member of the EAC, founder and need to be respected with this coalition things. We are not used to be divided with your tribal lines, we want strong EAC, not coalition of Uhuru/Ruto etc. etc

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    1. Avatar shalom November 5th, 2013 at 9:07 pm

      Mullah is right listen to what he is saying….

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    2. Avatar coldtusker November 6th, 2013 at 7:51 am

      That’s excellent. Now what has Uhuru/Ruto problems to do with building roads, railways and pipelines that connect the EAC countries? The infrastructure, if well designed and built, will outlast ALL the EAC presidents. After all ALL the EAC presidents will die sooner or later yet the Romans built roads still in use after thousands of years!

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  3. Avatar Ki Mtu November 5th, 2013 at 7:52 pm

    The EAC has all to with development importantly for us Kenyans who need to work with others coz we are always quarreling among ourselves and not looking critically at opportunities and threats alike. countries are always looking for the most profitable alternatives and so we need to work with Tanzania so that we can do better business with all the landlocked countries around.

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    1. Avatar coldtusker November 6th, 2013 at 7:49 am

      Yes, while allowing Kenya to develop the ‘northern’ route to help out South Sudan move its oil for export while reducing their dependence on their former colonial masters, North Sudan.

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  4. Avatar Andrew November 5th, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    Its sad to be treated this way even by those that we thought were our true friends! Museveni should have not allowed this to happen leave along Uhuru who on the contrary has quickly taken advantage of the little wrangles between us and Rwanda. However, its good that this is happening this early, as it tells it all of the kind of countries we have been working with. I pray for an immediate withdrawal of our country from this fake EAC. There is a lot in common between us and our brothers and sisters in Congo, Burundi, etc and of-couse the rest of the SADC countries. Thanks to God almighty that our decision makers are serious in bringing to an end this forced marriage that we have endured in for long! Just leave us, we love peace and respect for set policies. For those staying behind: learn to respect the rules of the game. Long live Tanzania- a home land of true peace and Unity.

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    1. Avatar Antidisestablishmentarianist November 6th, 2013 at 12:04 am

      You are right brother Andrew! Kenyans are greedy by nature. Once they see channels to get money and the riches, they run – faster!! without thinking. Yes, they don’t give a shit to ‘think and analyse situations and their consequences’.

      Here is a small example – dirty money from the Somali Pirates. They embraced Somalians and invited them to invest in their bedroom – Nairobi. Eastleigh, Westlands, just to mention but a few. They could not listen to any warnings from anyone/anywhere. Greedy for more riches made them follow Somalia two years ago. Now see the result of their decisions and acts. They are crying. Somalis keep them running in their country, and at times render them killing each other. Refer the WestGate drama.

      Just ask yourself, how many countries participated in Somalia for peace keeping??? Why ONLY Kenya gets punished? Everyone should have answers. KDF’s acts of looting, raping, etc. Kenyans are known wordwide in raping. Yes, They RAPE even pigeons, chickens, goats, sheeps,,, etc. etc. I heard of an event where one gentleman in central Kenya was caught busy raping a cow with the help of a ladder.

      Tanzania’s withdrawal to this EAC mockery is the right decision. Tanzanians have to decide now. There are so many options out there.

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      1. Avatar coldtusker November 6th, 2013 at 7:47 am

        Of course, Kenya also shelters albinos who ran away from Tanzania lext they are eaten by some Tanzanians.

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    2. Avatar coldtusker November 6th, 2013 at 7:46 am

      The Coalition of the Willing (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda) is NOT excluding Tanzania. It is simply building a railway and pipeline [the other issues are minor] that extends from Mombasa to Kampala then onto Hoima. A spur will be built to Kigali. Inter-connectivity is a key consideration for EAC’s development. Tanzania should continue building or reinforcing TAZARA with a view to connection to Kenya’s railway and extending the line to Kigali via Burundi.

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      1. Avatar Never Mind November 7th, 2013 at 1:38 pm

        The Coalition of the Willing came up to speed development in the EAC. Making decision as a block is usually hard since some countries are slow thinkers. In the EU for example, not all member states have adopted the common currency or the fiscal&monetary policies. You do not see them ranting like Tz. TAZARA now a white elephant.

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  5. Avatar Polkot November 8th, 2013 at 8:42 am

    Tanzania is a coward. Normally lives never to fight another day! Ignore them because they will not know what to do next but complain about Kenyans and now Rwandans.

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    1. Avatar Antidisestablishmentarianist November 10th, 2013 at 12:34 am

      We now see who is a coward

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