When you see a f*cker carrying a placard ranting & raving all over the place that his community is being targeted : let them know this:

#21
ooh Patco my good friend you finally showed up, even better,why don't you two combine your brains and figure what I was telling the roasting maize; discussing Uhuru's legacy when he is still in office is useless as legacy is determined ONCE one retires. And legacy is not set in stone,it evolves in relation to the current events. in a nutshell,a president's legacy is determined by who came before him and who comes after him, period. So I will repeat,you are better off worrying about your station in life and not Uhuru's. If you can't appreciate that then the gulf in our cognitive capacity is too wide to be reconciled with mere debate.
@maizeroaster , as you can see,am also generous with likes, however,mine are an endorsement of your stupidity.
I will be gone for a few hours but will be back to address your small concerns,fear not. Don't go anywhere.
I noted the liking spree on our posts and of course I knew the f*cker was after a sinister motive... So I was expecting a bomb, an explosion on this thread an IED sort of reply.... He he he :D:D:D
 
#22
ooh Patco my good friend you finally showed up, even better,why don't you two combine your brains and figure what I was telling the roasting maize; discussing Uhuru's legacy when he is still in office is useless as legacy is determined ONCE one retires. And legacy is not set in stone,it evolves in relation to the current events. in a nutshell,a president's legacy is determined by who came before him and who comes after him, period. So I will repeat,you are better off worrying about your station in life and not Uhuru's. If you can't appreciate that then the gulf in our cognitive capacity is too wide to be reconciled with mere debate.
@maizeroaster , as you can see,am also generous with likes, however,mine are an endorsement of your stupidity.
I will be gone for a few hours but will be back to address your small concerns,fear not. Don't go anywhere.
He he he.... You are not after all as useless as I thought :D:D:D
 
#23
ooh Patco my good friend you finally showed up, even better,why don't you two combine your brains and figure what I was telling the roasting maize; discussing Uhuru's legacy when he is still in office is useless as legacy is determined ONCE one retires. And legacy is not set in stone,it evolves in relation to the current events. in a nutshell,a president's legacy is determined by who came before him and who comes after him, period. So I will repeat,you are better off worrying about your station in life and not Uhuru's.
Hapo nime underline unasema nini boss??!

As Kenyans we are not in the least bit worried about Uhuru's station in life. He is the richest man in East Africa. He ain't starving.

Tunatetea wanyonge whom God entrusted him to lead.

About legacy, a leader's legacy is written from the very FIRST SECOND he or she gets power!!

In fact the legacy begins from the leader's campaign promises. What you promise to do for the people!!

In 2013 the wananchi already knew what to expect when we saw the Gecagas... his sister at KICC.... when we saw Uhuru's classmates, drinking buddies, sons of rich Kenyans getting top jobs...when we saw the Kikuyu Kalenjin appointments... by August 2013 the legacy was already written!!

We already knew what to expect when we saw darling Waiguru and sexy Kandie appointed. People are not foolish.

Or the very inept but beautiful Amina Mohamed...

By the time the first NYS scandal came and went legacy ilikuwa several hundred pages long buda boss.
 
#25
Nimeona zile vitu una-like.... Sawa tu @SaltyLight
What you fail to understand is that there is little difference between you and that person who is walking around with such a placard. Both of you are simply pawns in the game of politics.

I have seen your other thread talking about some Kiambu residents telling leaders to focus on “development” instead of focusing on “tanga-tanga” or “kieleweke.” You are wasting your time just as much as the villagers carrying the placards are wasting theirs. If anything they are being paid to demonstrate.

What @Useless Spectator is telling you is that it will do you good to focus on improving yourself before you think of improving the country. Jordan Peterson talks at length concerning this. Having said that, I believe that the citizen has the duty to work for a better nation even as he works on personal improvement.

The problem I have with your approach is threefold:

First, you have bought into the delusion that there will be a leader who will come and change this country for the better. For this reason you put your political life on hold until 2022 as you wait for “Kenyans to rise up” and vote for Kivutha Kibwana (or Matiang’i if you are twice as deluded.)

Second, you betray your tribal bias by portraying Kalenjin Nationalism as a worse abetment to bad leadership than is Kikuyu or Luo nationalism.

Third, your anger is unfocused. You are not clear on your mind where the enemy lurks. You think that it lurks in the leaders. Let me enlighten you: it lives in the masses. The politicians are our brothers and sisters and fathers. Once you understand that, you’ll better understand @langatkipro and Useless Spectator's points
 
#28
What you fail to understand is that there is little difference between you and that person who is walking around with such a placard. Both of you are simply pawns in the game of politics.

I have seen your other thread talking about some Kiambu residents telling leaders to focus on “development” instead of focusing on “tanga-tanga” or “kieleweke.” You are wasting your time just as much as the villagers carrying the placards are wasting theirs. If anything they are being paid to demonstrate.

What @Useless Spectator is telling you is that it will do you good to focus on improving yourself before you think of improving the country. Jordan Peterson talks at length concerning this. Having said that, I believe that the citizen has the duty to work for a better nation even as he works on personal improvement.

The problem I have with your approach is threefold:

First, you have bought into the delusion that there will be a leader who will come and change this country for the better. For this reason you put your political life on hold until 2022 as you wait for “Kenyans to rise up” and vote for Kivutha Kibwana (or Matiang’i if you are twice as deluded.)

Second, you betray your tribal bias by portraying Kalenjin Nationalism as a worse abetment to bad leadership than is Kikuyu or Luo nationalism.

Third, your anger is unfocused. You are not clear on your mind where the enemy lurks. You think that it lurks in the leaders. Let me enlighten you: it lives in the masses. The politicians are our brothers and sisters and fathers. Once you understand that, you’ll better understand @langatkipro and Useless Spectator's points
Sawa
 
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