Nyakundi on fire - Jamaa hacheki na Feminazis!

patco

Village Chief
#41
Alafu the language he uses sometimes... like the time he called Karanja kibicho a bastard among many other expletives. Surely.

And he always has friends at nation. My unmentioned friend at nation, and it's all nonsense of course. Just sensational name dropping to appear to know people. He calls the mainstream media rotten but he still wants their help. If investigated this fellow probably runs various con schemes. Ni vile aligundua internet akajua bas sasa nimefika. With my unique skills i can make a killing from this technology. And I highly doubt he's made any killing.

Then on this issue of bashing successful women, that is just the lowest a man can ever go. Just desperate really. And bashing successful people has become a Kenyan phenomena. Ati unangoja aanguke mfanane. Hadi we have a ready and armed militia on twitter ready to attack at the drop of a dime. hadi tunaogopwa.

These girls work hard, go to the Best schools, some even abroad na mjamaa anataka kuongea mbaya. As if carol mutoko would ever give him the time of day. si uombe hio kitu kwa upole na ukinyimwa ni sawa tu. Mara ni lillian muli. Akaona it's not working. If the boy child anaambiwa asome anakataa. Ati first degree imetosha. how can you then complain when some girls have 3 masters degrees and progressing fast in their careers.
 
#43
As if carol mutoko would ever give him the time of day. si uombe hio kitu kwa upole na ukinyimwa ni sawa tu. Mara ni lillian muli.
Carol Matako alitombwa na Patrick Quarcoo na Lillian Muli ata usiseme, nani hajui yeye ni malaya? Nyakundi most times posts nonsense, but he's raised some valid points there. Not very well articulated, but valid all the same.
 

Mr. Krab

Senior Villager
#45
The problem with Nyee-kundu is that, he has soo many ideas but lacks proper brain to articulate them properly.

In his every article, he meader and zigzag to oblivion. You might start reading his article about Janet Mbugua but one paragraph down you find yourself reading about why you should boycott Brookside.

Dude suffer from acute Napoleon Syndrone.
 

patco

Village Chief
#49
Lakini kusema ukweli Kenya has the most boring adverts on TV
a typical Kenyan ad has people singing and dancing no wonder faiba ads excite us
The assumption is that the adverts will be watched by a majority Kenyan population that lives in mashambani. So they have to be kept simple and to the point. Plus most people hired to run this accounts at advertising agencies are not trained media experts. Ni akina k.j. the current M.P. and his buddy tony njuguna.

Walisomea wapi filmmaking na scriptwriting?!! Then there's the fear of just doing what the client wants. There aren't that many company's that advertise so as an advertising agency you can't afford to lose even one. Client akisema, "mimi sitaki hii mabo ya ujiga, nataka straight and forward toa hio maneno. This is a national brad." You do as he says. Whether it improves sales or not is irrelevant. We don't even have a tv ranking system to know who watches what advert. We don't even know who watches which TV station. They just wake up and say "Kenya's most popular Tv station watched by x millions." Alafu wanadai pesa zao. In the U.S. they have gadgets that indicate how many millions watched a particular show thus you should pay us this much to advertise on our platform.

And finally majority of these agencies are foreign. They don't know much about Kenyans or their habits. They just want money. In fact most of these tv adverts (especially uniliver) are shot in South Africa with South African actors then their voices are dubbed over. Hebu skiza huyo mama wa roico mchuzi mix. Or that jik ad of the boy being sniffed at. The govt. isn't interested in keeping those jobs in Kenya. The govt. is never really interested in helping the struggling youths or assisting in the film industry wanataka tu taxes.
 
#50
Look at the full picture, disadvantage either male or female sections of ANY society and you end up disadvantaging the entire society. Male and female compliment each other, just the way you need both your right and left hands. Subjugation takes different forms, and this one has gone on for long. It's not by chance, it's very deliberate.
 

mikel

Village Sponsor
#51
i thought when she was nominated she dumped her "boyfriend"...?
@1776 , dude really tried to leave but lady would always find a way back.....she would always convince him to take her back..not been with them this year hopefully he managed to shake her off. @Ubongo Leesuda is a great woman, problem is her friend whom i wont mention because i need her influence on something...
 

patco

Village Chief
#52
Mtu kama ezekiel mutua ati ndio in charge of media consumption in Kenya. He's just a political appointee to represent the Kambas. I doubt that he's ever even practiced as a journalist. And all the noise he is making right now is so that he can have a launch pad when he campaigns for governor or M.P. in the near future, "Si mliona nilifanya kazi kwa media kabisa? Nipeni kura!"

Then the fellow in charge of the Kenya film commission, he's on holiday most of the time ati promoting Kenyan films. Using money meant for filmmakers. Kenya kuna jokes
 

Grundy

Village Sponsor
#58
Now this is a good read for sure. Hiyo battallion ya "too long dint read" mnaeza enda zile forum ya kusafisha macho. Baba yako alikulipia fees hizo miaka zote na huwezi soma an article? Shame on you!!

Cyprian Nyakundi
Nov 14, 2017

Over the last decade or so, foreign donors pumped money in promoting the girl-child, homosexuality and affirmative action. Media and journalists were bribed to hype non-existent exceptionalism of women for instance Senator Naisula Lesuuda who was fronted as an example of what women empowerment can achieve, yet all we hear are her indiscretions and sexual exploits. Another one who was promoted heavily by foreign donors, embassies and the UN is Njoki Ndungu. She helped draft a retrogressive sexual offenses bill which was conceptualised by the white benefactors to suppress the boy-child by almost criminalising gestures that could be termed as courtship. Recently I was shocked to hear that someone was jailed for calling a female Lawyer “my dear” . Like what the f**k? The judge who dispensed that judgement must be interdicted. That’s borderline dumb!

Within the same period also, we have seen women grab nearly all senior positions in companies leaving only a ceremonial male CEO. While Bob Collymore is a “male” the company’s policies have largely been female friendly, leading to the revelation that the company has more female employees than male. But these larger-than-life CEO’s prefer women because, on matters of policy, women are clueless. They’re praise-singers as regards to that. They only influence matters that benefit them. Sex has been the measure of career progression in most of these companies, and the CEO’s turned a blind eye on this glaring discrepancies because, in supporting feminism, they subliminally hoped to send a message to other women of “solidarity” and thus eliminating a critical mass of would-be criticism. Which then eases pressure on CEO’s and boards who would then embark on massive looting and plunder.

With merit being discarded, went also our productivity as a country, suppressed creativity, inferior initiatives and the likes. The adverts by Scan-Group companies, for instance, are the most pathetic, one even wonders how the company is still in business. But if the only path to employment in that company is sex, then what do you expect? Women don’t like to strain and think. They want to find things happening midway and then take the credit. Which is why for-instance EABL spent over Kshs. 3 Billion on Tusker Project Fame, instead of spending a fraction of that amount to build a decent ground in their Ruaraka Headquarters. Women like such events where there less stress because they were buying the franchise from Endemol. Women hate to put in the work. In all those seasons, they invested in fake talent like K-Denk of South Sudan, and Ngangalito from Kiambu. Instead of developing the next Dennis Oliech or David Rudisha in a country with an abundance of talent.



It’s the reason why corporate companies in Nairobi shy away from sponsoring any activity that benefits males or empowers them. Except Sport Pesa which is run by a male Ronald Karauri and credit to him, he has avoided mis-advise from marketing agencies which are flooded with clueless bimbo’s who slept their way into office. For that, I salute you Mr. Karauri. Keep those feminists at bay. Another company is Coca-Cola. Because of hiring bimbo’s in their management, the company saw it fit to stop sponsorship of youth tournaments which benefitted many and instead shifted that whole budget to Coke Studio which only benefits a few, including the eating cartels that the company staffers have created. Since they employed Mona Karingi in that company as the marketing manager, she embarked on this vanity projects like Coke Studio.

Corporate companies are also flooding money to sponsor golf because the women marketing managers want to meet and interact in controlled environment. They want to sip fine wines and post good photos on Instagram. It’s the reason why Barclays sponsors golf, because the women have mind-fucked the company’s CEO to see the bigger picture.It’s the reason why Safaricom spends a lot of money on Jazz. Because the female management hates to exert effort into thinking up and investing something massive to grow from inception. Women love being in boujee events and mingling with their fellow fake accented simpletons, and calling it a day. To give you an example of how dumb women generally are, Sylvia Mulinge of Safaricom who is being arraigned in court next week for murder was given the option to finish this case. First, she was to pay the victim’s family Kshs. 900,000.00. Second, she was supposed to withdraw company’s lawyers from the multiple of court-cases with this blogger and settle out-of-court. She opted for the more brutal option. Now even if she is bailed, it will probably cost 5 times worth any settlement with the family, not to mention the lawyers’ fee’s, company name being dragged in the mud and the likes. Some cases are beyond the reach of PR company spin, especially when she takes that plea.

That’s an example of how women are generally short-sighted. If it was a male, they’d have killed this matter a long time ago.This successful social-experiment has seen activities involving the boy-child shunned by top corporates. For the feminist, equalism means cannibalizing the other gender leaving only them and gays running corporate Nairobi. Well done to the donors and fuckin mzungu’s who supported this venture. You won! But because not all women are toxic feminists, many of you have sons who you want to grow in a fair environment where they’re not shunned due to their gender, then we can do something. We can crowd-source our numbers in-order to raise awareness, call out the corporates who have a policy of shunning activities aimed at the boy-child, and finally, we can boycott. The power is in our hands.We want toxic feminists like Caroline Mutoko, Wanja Kavengi, Givens Mideva, Ciku Muiruri, Ciru Muriuki and others to completely lay off social media. It’s time we put an end to their bullshit once and for all. Take those boring write-ups and motivational quotes and shove them up your arses! We want the women who made good choices and married well, with stable families and kids to take prominence, not these sluts who consciously made the decision to adopted this convoluted version of female empowerment.

Recent events have served to highlight the scourge of toxic feminism currently sweeping across Kenya. I’m happy to be behind this renaissance of the boy-child, where I have given men their voice back. Previously men could not speak without being bullied by a panel of eager feminists, accused of misogyny and patriarchy. Women are now more educated, have better jobs and worse still, they’re still whoring themselves like broke people, demanding men to cater for their upkeep and expenses. It is write-ups like Njoki Chege’s which drew us to this scourge. She always spoke of broke men, yet she always portrayed an image of success, whilst still demanding for a man who will pay her bills. So why should we empower women if their money is not helping others? If men with their meager earnings somehow find a way to support many women and women can’t support anyone, then doesn’t common sense dictate that it’s they who should be empowered?

A reminder that anyone who has Ronnie Osumba’s dirt to contact me, as we will make it clear to corporate CEO’s who pander to feminists, th
at there are consequences. Osumba sucked Peter Kenneth’s d*ck to be where he is in life, and yet he has the guts to act like he deserved the appointment when he’s no different than the women demanding for jobs behind affirmative action.
Unfortunately I tend to agree with Cnyakundi miore and more nowadays. He tells the truth as it is, no sugarcoating chieth or trying to be politically correct.
 

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