As things are, even this William Ruto guy will be acquitted courtesy of witness intimidations, recantation of testimonies and so on.
My question has always been this: If its not these leaders(Uhuru, ruto, kibaki Raila) who were responsible, then who the f*ck organised these killings???
Kenyans are very dubious people: that simply because their political gods had been implicated, they go on very silly defensive tantrums, trying to defend their gods from any acquisition. Learn this: if ever these politicians organise tribal massacres again and, your sister or mother is raped and killed, just learn to keep your mouth shut and “move on”
If, as Kenyans, we can dare defend suspects simply because they are our leaders, then we should have no problems defending suspects who have raped our daughters, sisters and mothers.
Will these victims of 2007/8 skirmishes ever get justice? Or simply because Uhuru became the president, the Kikuyus have conveniently forgotten what was done to them? And, i am always surprised that the Kikuyus who always suffer most when violence erupts have been seriously defending Ruto. Make sure you toe along Ruto’s line for as long as he is alive. For as long as he is the King of Rift Valley, always vote for anyone who the Kalenjins are voting for. This is one bitter reality of marriage of political conveniences.
And i want to ask Kikuyus this: Yes, Uhuru and Ruto became buddies; did the kikuyu people in the Rift Valley become friends with the Kalenjins? Don’t bother answering me because i have the answer.
If Raila becomes president, will Luos now forget what they underwent through?
I always tell kikuyus this: Uhuru is not your tribesman. Get that f*cking fact into your head!!! Similarly, Raila is not Luo’s tribesman. He belongs to the rich class and doesn’t care whether his fanatical supporter in Kibera managed to get lunch or not.
If Uhuru ‘defended’ the Kikuyus, it was only because there was fear that their(Kenyatta & Co) large farms in Rift Valley might be invaded, gettttt it???
No matter how idiotic Kenyans try to identify themselves with their rich political gods, the latter will never identify with them except, of course, when they will be campaigning.
In the future, should you ever lose your property because of tribal clashes, learn to kneel down and worship your political god to pay you double the loss, OK??? Or else, learn to forget and move on because any political god who will be suspected of organising the massacres will have ‘implicated’ by his political enemies and the NGOs, OK?