Open Letter to US President Donald Trump

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Open Letter to US President Donald Trump

Post by The Kenyan » Sun Oct 14, 2018 7:31 am

Dear Mr President,

Most Kenyans share ideas and opinions on social media like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. Conversely, most Kenyans obtain ideas and opinions from these social media platforms.

Therefore, since these platforms use rigged algorithms, the opinion of Kenyans is manipulated to conform to a certain ideology - the ideology supported by these platforms(The Soros & co ideology).

Unfortunately, this Soros & co ideology is meant to destabilise and impoverish Kenya. For instance, land is a very emotive topic in Kenya. Yet, this need not be the case. However, if a Kenyan has an opinion regarding this topic that would completely destroy the Soros & co narrative, they have nowhere to share it with fellow Kenyans.

The algorithms in Facebook and Twitter are automatically adjusted to mute your opinion so that it is not seen by other Kenyans. Furthermore, if you express an idea on a blog that is contrary to that of the Soros & co-funded organisations operating in Kenya, then it is immediately made undiscoverable by Google, the main search engine used by most people globally.


Currently, majority of Kenyans recognise that the Judiciary is rotten to the core. Major changes are needed to make the Judiciary efficient and fair. But, there are people who would oppose these kind of changes because they feel that the Judiciary as currently constituted favours them.

These are mostly Soros & co-funded ’Civil Society’ and shadowy politicians. These anarchists and opportunists, although only a tiny minority in Kenya, have a huge presence on social media, and their blogs are quite prominent on Google. Hence, they have the ability to incite significant sections of the population to violently reject any calls for such changes.

There is free press in Kenya i.e. TV & Radio stations and newspapers. However, all these media enterprises are either:

- Owned by politicians, and therefore they are biased towards that politician’s interests;

- Majority owned by foreign interests(Globalists), and therefore they wouldn’t promote open debate on the two issues mentioned above;

- Owned by businessmen, who wouldn’t want to be seen to discuss issues that would antagonise powerful people(eg. Soros & co).

Blogs and Discussion Forums

This leaves only 2 possible ways to discuss these two serious issues affecting Kenya(Land, Judiciary): Personal Blogs and Discussion Forums.

But just like Google has done with Kenyan blogs, they also completely block Kenyan discussion forums that do not conform to Soros & co guidelines. Therefore, even though such blogs and forums exist, Kenyans do not get to learn and discuss about these alternative non-globalist opinions.

The problem is that this inability of Kenyans online to discuss freely issues affecting their country, leads to low economic growth, instability, potential serious conflicts, and possibly, even some people being eventually forced to seek refugee status in the West.

Although Kenya is generally peaceful currently, that does not mean that some politicians cannot start divisive politics based on Soros-speak, and it would gain traction because of the search engine/social media bias.


Kenya has been blessed with certain minerals that are not being mined because Soros & co-funded Non Governmental Organisations(NGOs) have incited the people against the projects. Because alternative positive opinions about these projects are shadow banned by Google, Facebook and Twitter, most Kenyans do not realise that these mineral projects would greatly boast Kenya’s economy, create many jobs, and also provide extra-funding for crucial departments like health and education.

Opposition to the extraction of certain minerals in Kenya is meant to keep the people poor in perpetuity so that they are easily manipulated to cause anarchy in the country whenever these powerful, shadowy forces feel they need to bulldoze a certain agenda.

All these companies mentioned in this article are based in the United States.

I hope Mr President you will look into Kenyans’ concern regarding these companies.

Thank you.


Concerned Kenyan
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Re: Open Letter to US President Donald Trump

Post by viva » Mon Dec 03, 2018 4:13 am

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“TWENTY MILLION African migrants heading for Europe: European parliament president Antonio Tajani warns that a huge number will arrive in the 'next few years' unless action is taken…”

Mr Tajani said Europe needs to do more to help asylum seekers in order to quell migration. He proposed the EU should open asylum centres in Libya in a bid to protect vulnerable refugees. ... urope.html

The suggestion above by Mr Tajani will only offer short term solution to the crisis. LONG TERM solution: Stop destabilising African countries using NGOs that are only answerable to their financiers.

These financiers live in Europe/US and are known. Motive: They want to install puppets as leaders of African governments so they can rape the continent unhindered. The problem is that they have trillions of dollars at their disposal. This enables them to create & fund organisations that push their destabilisation programs in various African countries.

By destabilising African countries, these financiers hit 2 birds with 1 stone. The Africans emigrate en masse to Europe, thus destabilising Europe too. Yes, destabilisation of Europe is also part of the agenda for the financiers.

I will use Kenya as an example, because as a Kenyan, I have seen this strategy being implemented. Although these Western-based financiers have used many strategies to destabilise, or to try to destabilise Kenya, I will just explain 1 such strategy to save space.

Since the 1990s, many NGOs have been started in Kenya. Many of these NGOs do a lot of good in the country. But there are the political NGOs that hide their intentions through cunning legalese.

These bad NGOs have pushed for appointment of so-called ‘activist judges’ and also pressed for very dangerous amendments to the constitution in 2010. A person can commit murder in broad daylight, with video evidence and witnesses but that may not be enough evidence to convict the killer, according to these judges.

Furthermore, in most cases, they have refused to judge the public mood when issuing lenient bond terms to people accused of committing serious crimes. Bond is a constitutional right in Kenya(2010 amendment), regardless of the seriousness of the alleged crime. But that is not what most Kenyans want(ed).

Although I am not aware of any study done in this area, a casual observation about crime reports shows a huge increase in major crimes like murder and robbery with violence since the 2010 constitution amendment awarding ‘reasonable’ bail/bond to all suspects.

Consequently, when a major alleged criminal is released on bond, many Kenyans urge the police to execute the suspect. If police do so(or are suspected to have done so), they are seen as heroes by many Kenyans. ‘Civil society’ complains bitterly about the ‘extra-judicial killing’…

This problem would not have been there if the same ‘Civil society’ did not bulldoze the government to appoint ‘activist judges’.

A few months ago, a well-known Kenyan arrived at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, having travelled from Canada using a Canadian passport. Upon arrival, he handed the passport to his Nairobi-based lawyers, and thereafter demanded he be allowed entry into the country without a passport, claiming he didn’t have a passport…

The lawyers swore they didn’t have the passport. In a country with a well-meaning judiciary, such lawyers would have been charged (with contempt of court?). In a country with a serious lawyers’ body, such lawyers would probably have been disbarred for a period of time.

In Kenya, nothing happened to the lawyers. This case and many others clearly show a pattern where people who are well-connected to local NGOs are openly trying to usurp the powers of the state through the backdoor.

A senior judiciary official has been charged with fraud, and, as expected, activist lawyers, NGOs etc are up in arms. Apparently, a judge is supposed to be above the law. The question is: If any person believes his/her policies are popular, why don’t they contest for political positions, including the presidency?

This is just the tip of the iceberg, but it shows how foreign financiers use greedy Africans to destabilise the continent, resulting in young Africans losing hope in their countries and thus seeking to emigrate to Europe using any means necessary.

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Re: Open Letter to US President Donald Trump

Post by ibrutus » Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:09 am

“UK MP Zac Goldsmith says Kenya in total chaos” ... index.html

“Frank Zacharias “Zac” Robin Goldsmith is the middle child of Sir James Goldsmith, a member of the Jewish Goldsmith family of German Jewish descent…”

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Letter to US President Donald Trump

Post by xili » Tue May 07, 2019 3:47 am

The thread viewtopic.php?f=3&p=8765 shows clearly that WordPress is rigging search results in order to hide articles about an alleged kidnap that happened in Kenya in November 2018.

It is very likely that information about the alleged kidnap is being hidden because it might expose a major plot to destabilise Kenya by people based in North America/Europe.

WordPress is part of Automattic Inc. that is based in the United States of America. Automattic Inc., 60 29th Street #343, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States of America

“As of February 2017, WordPress is used by 58.7% of all the websites whose content management system is known.”

What chances does a country like Kenya have when pitted against these sophisticated conspirators?

How the US can help Kenya, considering all these circumstances: Allow 200,000 Kenyans to immigrate to the US each year. Other Western countries should also chip in and commit to let big numbers of Africans migrate to North America/Europe because the people destabilising African countries live in those continents.

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