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  1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt October 11th, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    Ruthless blood thirsty dictators terribly afraid of justice have gone on the attack. They talk of “race-hunt ICC” but their respective human rights records paint of merciless individuals with no regard for human life! Human rights are color blind only that African leaders have excessively abused them.

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    1. Avatar mukuag October 11th, 2013 at 10:43 pm

      If you Kwessi Pratt cared at all for the victims, you would call for your favorite politician raila odinga to account for his role in this calamity. He alone called for the violence so Ms. Bratt save us your fake tears.

      We will not allow a foreign backed neocolonialist court to pick our leaders period.

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      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt October 12th, 2013 at 11:18 am

        You are awfully mistaken. Raila has NEVER been my favorite politician. I must add he was better than suspects in the last election. Why? Simply because if he was elected we wont be using country’s time and resources fighting for personal interests! By the way, when suspects were told to hold back their political ambitions while sorting things out with ICC, we all pretended ICC was not a big deal. Now you are comically embracing our earlier arguments that president CANT be seperated from state. Its no longer personal challenges! Whats conning Kenyans big time Mr. mukuag?

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        1. Avatar Onyango October 13th, 2013 at 3:15 pm

          Raila Odinga publicly called for a nationwide unrest in the wake of his defeat!!! HOW IS THAT NOT PERPETRATION OF THE VIOLENCE..one would think that a presidential candidate with decades of experience would know better than incite unrest a politically divided country during an election week! All his campaign strategy was tribal and you dare mask that his call for unrest and protest was pure diplomatic and completely ignorant of violence or chaos? the man knew he was doing,that was the only way he would have attained prime minister and he took that shot…now he seats cowardly agressing the country!

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          1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt October 15th, 2013 at 10:43 am

            Raila called for mass action and is squarely to blame for that. However, he has neither been associated with “burning people in a Church in Eldoret, nor stopping of Kikuyus from being finished.” These excesses had their owners and ICC cases stem from them.

      2. Avatar Eliman October 12th, 2013 at 12:12 pm

        So you are happy with ICC only that it was supposed to be trying Raila and not Uhuru and Ruto???? These kinds of arguments are very lopsided. Do you have evidence that Raila called for violence including burning innocent women and children in a church.

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  2. Avatar jamo October 12th, 2013 at 1:48 pm

    lets not put the blame on few individuals for what happened in 2007/2008 .we should realise it was national mistake.all those who participated in the violence had conscious mind….we should therefore forgive and reconcile ourselves in instead of imagining that it was fault of few people.taking them to hague will not heal the nation at all.

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  3. Avatar ABEL October 13th, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    Desmond Tutu so you are saying that since America pulled out of the ICC it now has a license to kill its citizens..foolish!..if ICC is an international court then it should have international jurisdiction! where is the justice in the millions of innocent deaths over the cause of decades perpetrated by America towards the middle east? oh wait..i forgot,only america has THE LICENSE TO KILL!..FOOOOOLISH!

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