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Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:48 am
by tana
First things first: Tangatanga & Kieleweke are creations of the media, and some cunning politicians. Kenyans have been hoodwinked to believe that there are two different political groups called Tangatanga & Kieleweke.

It is all lies.

If one wants to understand what is really going on in Kenya, you need to do a research (it does not need to be sophisticated), using social media postings & political statements of all Kenyan MPs & Senators, then group them into 2 categories:

A) Those who support the fight against corruption 100%, and
B) Those who support the fight against corruption only partially, or not at all.

Also, group the politicians into:
X) Those who like talking about 2022 elections, and
Y) Those that do not like talking about 2022 elections.

You will notice that:
1. There is a positive correlation (very close to 1.0 ) between politicians in category B and X. i.e. Politicians who regularly talk about 2022 elections also happen not to support the fight against corruption.

2. There is a positive correlation (very close to 1.0 ) between politicians in category A and Y. i.e. Politicians who do not talk about 2022 elections also happen to support the fight against corruption.

Therefore, there are 2 major political groupings in Kenya currently: One supports the fight against corruption, while the other opposes the fight against corruption.

Therefore, Kenyans should not ask: Kieleweke & Tangatanga: Who should we support?

Kenyans should ask: Should we support politicians opposed to corruption, or politicians who support corruption (and are therefore also corrupt)?

NOTE: A politician can support corruption without themselves being corrupt directly. An example:
You run a githeri kibanda, where you make just the bare minimum to survive. However, you are well-spoken and knows how to cheer up customers. A corrupt, rich, ambitious politician is told about your potential to make it in politics, and guides and sponsors you till you become an MP (so you can later support him achieve his more challenging political ambitions).

The result is like narrated by a current MP, who is an alleged beneficiary of such a scheme: “Mheshimiwa alinitoa bali sana. Akananinulia makaratasi ya kuonyesha niko na degree, akanitengenezea CV ya nguvu…akanisaidia na pesa za campaign…Mimi wacha nikuambie, hata kama mheshimiwa ni mwizi, sijali. Kura yangu, na ya watu wangu wote, ni yake, daima milele.”

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 5:38 am
by tana
Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata is Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro’s lawyer. Although they both come from the same constituency, this is still surprising.

Mr Kang’ata is known to be Anti-corruption while Mr Nyoro is Pro-corruption.

Mr Kang’ata: If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas.

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:54 am
by tana
It amazes me how easily people can be lied to, and believe the lies as truth. For instance, many Kenyans are excited about the Punguza Mizigo vs BBI debate.

News Flash! How can there be Punguza Mizigo vs BBI debate when there is no BBI (document)? Unbelievable how easily people can be taken for a ride.

The other racket is the so-called Raila vs Ruto groups (for 2022 elections) in Central Kenya. How can there be Raila vs Ruto groups (for 2022 elections) when those elections are more than 3 years away?

People have been fooled, and swallowed the lies hook, line and sinker.

Dear Kenyans, it is all about Anti-corruption vs Pro-corruption. Some politicians know that KRA will be coming for them since they are serial tax cheats. Others know it is just a matter of time before the DCI & DPP come for them for engaging in corruption.

These corrupt politicians plan to keep up these bogus political debates, and heighten political tension, hoping they can use this tension to escape justice. I say, shindwe!

To the Government of Kenya: The politicians pushing these debates have external help (though they probably don’t know it). Therefore, the government needs to push the antidote hard, using the media and social media.

Flood the media with talk about Anti-corruption vs Pro-corruption, including ads. Something like:

Dear Mwananchi, if someone tells you about Punguza Mizigo vs BBI, ask him where he lies in the Anti-corruption vs Pro-corruption divide.

Dear Mwananchi, if someone tells you about 2022 elections or Kieleweke vs Tangatanga, ask him where he lies in the Anti-corruption vs Pro-corruption divide.

Let all Kenyans know that the most important issue right now, is the Anti-corruption agenda. Not some unhelpful side shows about phantom issues.

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:10 am
by tana
I humbly request Uhuru’s Government to take this matter (on this thread) seriously. How can non-issues become the main topics of discussion in Kenya, unless it is powerful foreign forces behind it?

I am convinced the GLOBAL MAFIA is behind this agenda of attempting to derail the fight against corruption. I suspect that most of the propaganda (Punguza Mizigo vs BBI debate & the so-called Raila vs Ruto debate) is propagated through “closed” platforms like WhatsApp, Telegram and others.

And since the GLOBAL MAFIA owns/controls these platforms, they have helped spread the messages without the Government of Kenya noticing.

That is why it is important for the government to flood airwaves, newspapers, social media with its own Anticorruption message, and educate the people that the political debates currently are meant to derail the anti-corruption drive.

Unless the government manages to control the main topics of political discussion in Kenya, there will be a lot of trouble in the country, because it will mean that it is the GLOBAL MAFIA who will be managing the discussions.

And in the GLOBAL MAFIA’s wake lies the destruction of nations.

NB: The President’s advisors need to organise a major political rally in one of Central Kenya counties, to be led by the president, and whose agenda will be ANTI-CORRUPTION Movement Launch.

i.e. Set the agenda - that there are only 2 political camps in Kenya: ANTI-CORRUPTION Camp (led by the president) & Pro-Corruption camp.

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:39 am
by tana
Operation Anticorruption Agenda Must Win:

I have observed that people pushing the government’s agenda online (and who therefore support Anticorruption Agenda) are greatly outnumbered by the Pro-Corruption brigade. Actually, the pro-government side is getting bullied and thoroughly whacked online.

NOTE: Out of 200 retweets/likes of the Pro-Corruption brigade, it is very likely that up to 150 are bots & “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA.

Therefore, the battle online is not between the Government of Kenya (GoK) and some boisterous Pro-Corruption politicians and bloggers. It is between GoK vs the GLOBAL MAFIA. And the GLOBAL MAFIA (through their unknowing Kenyan proxies), is currently winning this war.

Remember, if the GLOBAL MAFIA ultimately wins against GoK, then the chaos that will follow, will make the chaos in 2007/2008, look like child’s play.

GoK should realize that the country is under attack, and must immediately work towards repelling this attack.

GoK should immediately employ 100+ bloggers whose job will be to augment the work GoK will be doing in the media: changing the Kenyan narrative from potentially dangerous, divisive, non-issue narrative, to the Anticorruption agenda.

The bloggers should be very active on social media, countering the GLOBAL MAFIA-backed Pro-Corruption brigade, and supporting the Anticorruption, patriotic Kenyans online with likes, retweets, pro-Kenya comments etc.

If GoK employs these tactics and other similar pro-Kenya tactics, I would expect, in 3 months, the main topic of discussion on the streets of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and other towns will be the Anticorruption debate.

People would be talking about: Which tycoon/politician/senior public official will be nabbed tomorrow for tax evasion/corruption? I don’t see Mr X winning his corruption case, the evidence against him is too strong…

The advantage of these debates is that, by pushing the Anticorruption agenda to the top of public debate, Kenyans will acknowledge that, indeed, corruption does not pay. The fight against corruption will be 90% won.

NOTE:
1. Imagine people having a live TV debate on current, popular non-issues, and during breaks, an ad talking about how these non-issue debates are meant to take focus away from the Anticorruption agenda!

2. Once the non-issue, divisive debate is defeated, then the anti-GoK Jubilee politicians who are hiding behind these non-issues as they attempt to derail the fight against corruption, will have to take a stand - stand with the Jubilee government in its Anticorruption war, or resign from the party, and seek fresh mandate from the voters.

Could we then have the first successful MP recall in Kenya? Time will tell.

3. There are Kenyan media companies that are not hostile to GoK, but nonetheless dwell a lot on the non-issue debates. I believe this is due to the fact that, Kenyan media, like media in many other countries, tend to be influenced by what is happening in social media.

Therefore, GoK taking control of what is happening in social media, and dominating Kenyan blogs, will lead to many non-hostile media companies to also start focussing on real issues, rather than the anti-Kenya non-issues, as is the case currently.

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:17 am
by tana
I recently came across a tweet by a person I will call Q, that was pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption Agenda). That tweet had many replies, but what surprised me was that about 80% of the replies were negative, and many were also taunting and ridiculing Q.

No wonder Q has not tweeted for over a week now.

Looking carefully at those negative replies, from my experience, I concluded that more than 80% were from “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA. Their use of ridicule is because they know that, nobody wants to follow a person who is an object of ridicule.

Therefore, by bullying pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption Agenda) Kenyans online, the GLOBAL MAFIA:
1. Destroys the morale of the person;
2. Destroys the person’s influence (because people don’t want to associate with an object of ridicule);
3. Significantly reduces the number of pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption Agenda) Kenyans willing to slug it out online with the Pro-corruption brigade;
4. Creates the impression that GoK (Anticorruption Agenda) has no support;

NOTE: Because the presence, and agenda of the GLOBAL MAFIA is not known by more than 99% of people, when pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption Agenda) Kenyans get a lot of negative comments online, they believe it is real Kenyans making them, and therefore start doubting their principles/political positions.

It is very likely that the bullying and ridiculing is more brutal on “closed” platforms like WhatsApp. And since most politicians in Kenya belong to several WhatstApp groups, it is no wonder that many pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption Agenda) politicians appear quite timid.

This why the 100+ bloggers/social media GoK influencers are needed asap. They would make sure they become members of these WhatstApp groups, and use that opportunity to:
1. Boost the morale of the pro-GoK (and therefore pro-Anticorruption) politicians;
2. Counter the anti-GoK (and therefore pro-corruption) agenda perpetrated by the GLOBAL MAFIA’s pseudo-Kenyans.

NB: Do not think even for a moment that the “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA on social media do not know local languages. They can, and do, use local languages whenever they feel like they need to “boost credibility”.

Therefore, do not assume that because someone online appears to understand your vernacular language more than you do, they cannot be GLOBAL MAFIA’s pseudo-Kenyans.

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:34 am
by tana
My final say on this matter:

1. Unbeknown to many, when you see pro-GoK (supporters of GoK Anticorruption Agenda) people get a certain number of negative comments on social media, more than 75% of those comments are from “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts, belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA.

These negative comments are meant to influence Kenyans to believe the GoK (i.e. Anticorruption) Agenda is unpopular. Since no one likes to be on the losing side, each day this happens, more people are recruited into the anti-GoK (pro-Corruption ) brigade.

Therefore, unless remedial action is taken urgently (e.g. by employing 100+ bloggers/social media influencers to take care of this imbalance) GoK would not be able to achieve any of its goals. Indeed, the country would become so unstable that citizens would openly campaign for a military coup to “save the country”.

2. There is something that happens in Kenya, that cannot happen in any well-established democracy. That is, having senior civil servants who openly act against the government policies.

How can you have senior civil servants who openly state they do not trust the police, government prosecutors, and other senior government officials? If senior civil servants do not have faith in government institutions, how do you expect the common mwananchi to trust those institutions?

In any serious democracy, such senior civil servants would have been sacked a long time ago.

3. If the GoK employed 100+ bloggers/social media influencers to counter the damaging effect of “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA, I would expect that the person managing the young men and women should aim to achieve the following goals:
- Whenever a pro-GoK (supporters of GoK Anticorruption Agenda) MP or Senator makes a social media post that is allied to the President’s agenda, they must make sure that 80% or more of the comments following that post are +ve (unless the -ve comments are too many e.g. more than 1000).

- They must protect pro-GoK (supporters of GoK Anticorruption Agenda) MPs and Senators from online trolls (mostly, the trolls will be the “Kenyan” pseudo-accounts belonging to the GLOBAL MAFIA), by exposing the trolls, and also trolling these trolls.

- Quickly correct online LIES & FAKE NEWS targeting GoK, and pro-GoK (supporters of GoK Anticorruption Agenda) MPs, Senators and other politicians (by posting comments/tweets to the lying posts/tweets).

- (During times when they are not too busy doing the above) They should support and protect other pro-GoK (supporters of GoK Anticorruption Agenda) social media users (ordinary pro-GoK Kenyans)from trolls and THE PAID DEMORALISERS. Boost the morale of these ordinary patriotic Kenyans, by posting positive comments to their social media posts.

4. If I was the president, and an MP or Senator said that they supported me and liked me, yet at the same time say they do not support my policies, and do not support the people I have selected to run various government departments, I would consider it an insult.

I would consider that MP or Senator to be much worse than those MPs or Senators who openly state they do not like me, and do not support my policies.

5. This is my opinion regarding some Central Kenya MPs and Senators, who, everyone knows, are opposing the president, and yet claim to love him. They got elected through FALSE PRETENCES.

They know very well that if the voters knew they would not support the president’s agenda 100%, they would not have been elected.

This should be one of the goals of the 100+ GoK bloggers/social media influencers: Expose these cheats, since they are being helped by the Global Mafia (through social media manipulation - Facebook, Twitter, including WhatsApp etc.) to lie to the electorate (Reason why the GLOBAL MAFIA specifically targeted Central Kenya will be explained in a later post).

Let the electorate know that these MPs/Senators are cheats and liars, that they are the modern day tûkûnia.

If the electorate is comfortable with these politicians representing them, even after knowing that they were cheated, so be it.

NOTE: Suppose a very important vote came to parliament - a vote that would extremely embarrass and weaken the government if it failed - and the voting was done by secret ballot, do you think these two-faced tûkûnia would vote to support the government side?

Tangatanga, Kieleweke: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

Posted: Thu Sep 26, 2019 7:29 am
by tana
“Kiambu County Assembly became the latest assembly in the country to reject Punguza Mizigo bill which seeks to amend the 2010 Constitution…With no member supporting the bill, the ward reps in a record of 20 minutes voted to shoot down the bill.”
nation.co.ke/counties/kiambu/MCAs-shoot-down-Punguza-Mizigo-bill/1183274-5287646-2kl0bwz/index.html

In Central Kenya:
Kiambu County: ALL 87 MCAs have unanimously rejected the Punguza Mizigo bill.
Murang’a County: ALL 51 MCAs have unanimously rejected the Punguza Mizigo bill.
Kirinyaga County: No seconder of Punguza Mizigo bill.

NOTE: All Central Kenya MPs and Senators, who, everyone knows, are opposing the president’s Anticorruption agenda, and yet claim to love him, support Punguza Mizigo bill, allegedly because that is what “the voters want”.

How can their argument be genuine, yet the bill is rejected by 100% of MCAs in Central Kenya counties (who are the peoples’ representatives at the grassroots)?

We can therefore conclude that, the Central Kenya MPs and Senators opposing the president’s Anticorruption agenda because “that is what the people want”, the people they hear telling them to oppose the president’s Anticorruption agenda only exist in their (MPs’/Senators’) stomachs (i.e. their financiers/godfathers).

Kenya definitely needs certain changes made to the 2010 constitution asap. However, the foreign-funded Punguza Mizigo bill is merely a distraction.
It is all about Anti-corruption vs Pro-corruption. Some politicians know that KRA will be coming for them since they are serial tax cheats. Others know it is just a matter of time before the DCI & DPP come for them for engaging in corruption.

These corrupt politicians plan to keep up these bogus political debates [e.g. “Punguza Mizigo”], and heighten political tension, hoping they can use this tension to escape justice.

To the Government of Kenya: The politicians pushing these debates have external help (though they probably don’t know it). Therefore, the government needs to push the antidote hard, using the media and social media.
Unfortunately, KBC is not doing anything to counter these foreign-backed propagandists.
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