Friday, May 26, 2006

MOI SHOULD BE IN PRISON


President Moi and US President Bush at the UN headquarters in New York on November 10, 2001.

22nd May 2006

MOI SHOULD BE IN PRISON, NOT PLAYING DIRTY POLITICS OF DIVIDE AND RULE

“KESDEMO believes that Moi should be tried in a court of law because there is massive evidence that could sustain a case against him so that he can spend the rest of his life in prison instead of loitering around Kenya delivering bogus political summons after running down the country during his 24 years reign of unmitigated terror”

The Kenya Scandinavia Democratic Movement (KESDEMO) is deeply concerned that former Dictator Daniel arap Moi, a ruthless man who converted Kenya into a one Party dictatorship thereby triggering the 1982 coup, murdered thousands of innocent Kenyans in cold blood, looted billions of tax payer's money through corruption, promoted tribalism, encouraged nepotism, cemented inter-ethnic hatred, instigated bloody ethnic cleansing during the 90s for his political survival, massacred thousands of Kenyan citizens in the marginalized North Eastern Province (Wagalla massacre, Kibish massacre etc) and served Western Imperialism with zeal for 24 years, is now attempting to make a political come back using dirty politics he perfected during his long reign of darkness and death.

From Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya’s first President who laid the grounds for neo-colonialism in our country, Moi inherited a well tested and iron-fisted method of totalitarianism which he used with abandon to crash his opponents at every opportunity and to assassinate his political rivals to maintain his grip on power. Jomo Kenyatta, the fake “founding father of the Kenyan Nation” is famous for his betrayal of the Mau Mau and his forgiveness of tainted home-guards like John Michuki (the Internal Security Minister) now terrorizing the media with terror gangs and harassing Kenyans in North Eastern Province with heavily armed military personnel.

Political assassinations

In his irritating public utterances, Moi has wondered aloud the crimes he committed that should precipitate a national outcry that he should stop meddling in politics by shutting his mouth while in retirement. The courage with which Moi continues with his defiance is a direct consequence of the failure of the Kibaki dictatorship to arrest the ex-despot after Narc came to power and the failure of the regime to set up a structure to investigate “Moi’s crimes against humanity”. Due to the huge volume of these crimes, KESDEMO wishes to give some headlines that could for ever confine Moi behind bars if they are investigated. Bringing Moi to face justice could put to a permanent end what is increasingly becoming “The Daniel arap Moi menace” fuelled by the ex-dictator’s arrogant and unwelcome public outbursts.

The Assassination of Owiti Ongili ( former MP), Robert Ouko (former Minister of International cooperation), Bishop Alexander Kipsang Muge, Ben Gethi (former Police Commissioner and General Service Unit – GSU - commandant), Mbuthia Gatoto (Gethi’s second in command) among others are just but few examples of Kenyans who lost their lives as a result of Moi’s policy of systematic assassination “Kenyatta style” of real or imagined opponents.

After Dr. Robert Ouko’s assassination, more than 15 witnesses linked to the Ouko murder case were either killed or made to disappear mysteriously under Moi's brutal and evil empire. As capitalist newspapers looking for sensation continue to give Moi coverage, all cases of bloody political assassinations under Moi remain unresolved.

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