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Event horizon

kalel

Village Elder
#1
It is defined as the shell of "points of no return", i.e., the points at which the gravitational pull becomes so great as to make escape impossible, even for light.
I feel as a country we are nearing this point which in turn leads to the creation of a black hole ie chaos and anarchy where idiots feel entitled to what they've not worked for.
The remedy for this is to turn up enmasse and vote for progression and not retrogression............ RWNEBP
 

Thagichu

Village Elder
#3
In optics, a circle of confusion is an optical spot caused by a cone of light rays from a lens not coming to a perfect focus when imaging a point source. It is also known as disk of confusion, circle of indistinctness, blur circle, or blur spot.

As a people plagued by tribalism, I think we are still groping within the circle, and thus see no evil or hear no evil from our uthamakistanis. A day is coming when we will be enlightened enough to know that we have thieves and not leaders. Kiojo itakua the complete SC report.

UOTP.
 

kimiti

Village Elder
#4
It is defined as the shell of "points of no return", i.e., the points at which the gravitational pull becomes so great as to make escape impossible, even for light.
I feel as a country we are nearing this point which in turn leads to the creation of a black hole ie chaos and anarchy where idiots feel entitled to what they've not worked for.
The remedy for this is to turn up enmasse and vote for progression and not retrogression............ RWNEBP
I think we are already there. We have been caught by the initial spiral momentum and we are busy looking outward to notice that we are doomed. another big clash is inevitable and his time, in my opinion will be more divisive. We wont be seeing Kikuyu peasantry being moved from the north Rift, we will be seeing clashes in the urban areas. That is the worst because I thought the urbanites are more exposed and are more likely to coexist with their neighbours. What am seeing is people that I went to school with, showing some kind of bile that I never though they had it in them.
Should we stop calling for peace? I dont know. All i know that threat of violence is being used as a political tool and you can stoke a fire but it gets to a point where it starts feeding itself and by then its impossible to extinguish it.
My take is Raila has chosen his successor, that is why the daughter is in SA. This powder keg was set to be lit a long time ago. We spent too much time sharpening daggers at each other to notice the real puppeteers.
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#7
Turning up en masse is not the remedy. We did that already, people sacrificed their precious time and energy for nothing. To win this, JP needs to counter every irregularity from last election, so NASA has no leg to stand on. Otherwise tunarudi Supreme Court.
 

kalel

Village Elder
#9
Turning up en masse is not the remedy. We did that already, people sacrificed their precious time and energy for nothing. To win this, JP needs to counter every irregularity from last election, so NASA has no leg to stand on. Otherwise tunarudi Supreme Court.
Yes he needs to be more vigilant but first things first, piga kura...... RWNEBP
 

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