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  1. peace be November 22nd, 2013 at 8:32 am

    I have followed the arguments for not trying a sitting head of state. I see Sudan President Bashir smiling. I see other presidents with hands full of blood having to choose between being president for life or face ICC. Sadly no one talks about the innocent blood that was shed.

    1. perepepe November 22nd, 2013 at 3:50 pm

      Blood was indeed shed and all Kenyans should deeply regret this unfortunate episode in our Country. But shall we let outsiders exploit this mishap to fulfil their economic and political agendas? Of all those outsiders and yourself perhaps, how many have resettled let alone visit an IDP camp? Can they name one or are they shedding crocodile tears for the victims?? Government, as it should, has resetlled IDPS in their thousands. How many farms has the Britain bought for IDPs seeing how much the care about the vicitims? Yes them and their fellow meddlers, how IDPS have they resettled? Or is their aid only to buy and coach witnesses through civil society?

  2. Roberto November 22nd, 2013 at 8:37 am

    China overtook Japan to become the 2nd largest global economy giant, so we can replace Japan donations comfortably with China and they can go look for their Japanese market products elsewhere.

    1. coldtusker November 22nd, 2013 at 12:31 pm

      Of course, China wants to be a market for Kenyan goods, doesn’t it?

  3. Polkot November 22nd, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Let the consequences of choice begin to bite in less than a year. We elected proud people to the presidency. I hope they will not fall with a thud. Time, ooh time, will always tell. Kenyans brace yourselves.

  4. marloow November 22nd, 2013 at 9:08 am

    The hubris being displayed by Mr. Kenyatta is beyond hilarious….

    1. perepepe November 22nd, 2013 at 3:44 pm

      what is your answer to our predicament, wise guy?

      1. marloow November 22nd, 2013 at 10:48 pm

        Well “less-than-wise-perepepe”…for starters, Mr. Kenyatta can stop wasting the countries resources on addressing a “personal challenge”. It is selfish and underscores the very impunity that delivered him to The Hague.

        He can then stop jeopardizing Kenya’s economic viability and
        stability by antagonizing the very countries that have been instrumental in the country’s economic development since independence. Talk about “cutting one’s face to spite the face” or “biting the hand that feeds you”. Mr. Kenyatta is acting rather churlish by refusing to accredit diplomats from France, Germany, Italy and Japan…not to mention Zambia and Iraq…Iraq!! WTF?

        Finally, the president looks scared, desperate and guilty in his relentless, expensive and increasingly embarrassing attempts to avoid facing Ms. Bensouda…unlike his deputy who has held his head high and shuttled back and forth to The Hague. The saying “the guilty are afraid” comes to mind given Mr. Kenyatta’s machinations!

        He should “man up” already….

  5. shalom November 22nd, 2013 at 10:03 am

    The day we remain Kenyans we shall win all this unfolded jig saw! Economies are ailing all over the world. Development is taking place everywhere in the world, we should not depend on donors like the NGOs we have in Kenya. That is why they are focusing on the consequences!!! a creation of the west!!! it is better we soldier it go through it we shall be independent no more slavery. Hatutakaliwa miaka hii yote….tuko tayari kusameheana na kuheal ili tuendelee kujenga Kenya yetu. So yes term it as you may wish tough times call for tough decisions.

  6. Mary November 22nd, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Kenya behaving like a spoilt brat, its what be interesting to figure out how important we are top some of these country’s as in what percentage does business from kenya make of lets say UK’s total earnings 50%? 25% ? 5% 1% 0.008%? As in we could just be a fly in their soup and anything they lose from us they can get 5 times more from Tanzania or DRC and thats the folly of our ways. We are so happy going East, while we have kenyan slaves in the jails(saudi, UAE etc) videos of kenyans beaten up by the same people from the east etc and we think we are winning because we did not go to the commonwealth, we have more to lose hear… we are Kenyans and not Kenyattans

    1. perepepe November 22nd, 2013 at 3:43 pm

      you criticise but offer do not offer a solution. So what she we do? Do as we are told by our “masters” or else???

  7. james M.N November 22nd, 2013 at 11:08 am

    mwalimu mati is and has always been mad! He makes money from the west by turnishing our country’s name and stand- We are a free country… Neo colonialism we cannot allow in this this time and age,these countries benefit from us more than we do from them,it’s a fact-go ask DR Congo. It is high time they took Kenya and Kenyans as partners and not ‘slaves’ I know their first weapon of war is always the world bank,IMF and the UN who manipulate the local currency,the local economy ie. macroeconomics and trade suctions respectively… We are waiting for these oppressors to do so!
    Mwalimu mati is a just a channel being used to convey what these evil countries want to do to our country just because we have decided to be independent just like they are.
    Their agents in Kenya will start rumors of war and try as much as they can to spread them but again we are prepared for that..
    by the way, more than 80% of our imports are to african and asian counties not this colonial masters of slavery!

    1. coldtusker November 22nd, 2013 at 12:30 pm

      Hmmm @0bd756a56a0afba754e008387da4f466:disqus what do you mean by “more than 80% of our imports are to african and asian counties” as written above?

  8. coldtusker November 22nd, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    LMAO… Perhaps Japan should stop with the cash, aid, grants and loans to KenGen, etc. Of course, its the wananchi not the big shots who bear the brunt of such actions.

  9. markbatess November 23rd, 2013 at 2:17 am

    The article is not the whole truth and nothing but the truth. To be truthful, Iraq and Japan have nothing to do with ICC. None of this waiting has anything to do with ICC. This is merely the author’s opinion, not the Kenya govt position.


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