Kenya Security Situation Currently

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Kenya Security Situation Currently

Post by Awam » Thu Apr 18, 2019 7:12 am

On the surface, Kenya seems calm, yet there are a lot of activities going on under the radar. The Global Mafia have identified conquering Kenya as one of their top priorities.

This is a very serious threat to Kenya because the Global Mafia is wounded, and therefore extremly dangerous.

The Global Mafia have suffered great losses recently - in Syria, Congo and the US. They will not accept another loss, this time in Kenya, without a serious underground fight.

How should Kenya defend its sovereignty from the attack by the Global Mafia?

If it were up to me, I would do the following:

1. Classify counties in terms of threat level from the mafia. Starting with the most susceptible to underground attack/creation of militia by the mafia:

(1) Lamu
(2) Turkana
(3) Kilifi
(4) Mandera
(5) Garissa
(6) Wajir
(7) Marsabit

Identify all foreigners working in these counties(minus those from the far east). Check their local associates and online footprints. Any association with locals who hold extremist views? If the answer is yes, then the foreigner’s mission is most likely not that they stated when coming to Kenya.

In the case of Kilifi, only do this for foreigners based in the rural parts of the county, since there are too many foreigners in the towns. In the case of urban areas of the county, do the reverse ie. check whether locals with extremist opinions have any close contacts with foreigners based there.

If the answer is yes, then the foreigner’s mission is most likely not that they stated when coming to Kenya.

The advantage of this strategy is that:

(a) It preempts destruction of the country by neutralising threats before destabilisation missions become successful.
(b) It is done behind the scenes, therefore no one is inconvenienced, or feel like their privacy is being invaded.

2. Like stated in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&p=6757

The only foreigners/foreign companies allowed to work in Lamu must STRICTLY be from either China or Japan. If no company from these 2 countries is willing to develop projects there, especially the port, then let Kenya develop them regardless of how long it will take.

This is not about money. It is about Kenya remaining as a relatively peaceful country. A country cannot develop amidst civil war and anarchy.

Something most people do not know: The hate that the Global Mafia have for LAPSSET is so deep, that it is irrational. These are people who are not Kenyan, and neither are they citizens of neighbouring countries, yet they are so mad about an infrastructure project in Kenya that they are ready to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to sabotage it.

After observing the Global Mafia’s activities in Kenya for a number of years, I have come to the conclusion that there is something they know about Kenya that we Kenyans do not know.

Their obsession with Kenya is not normal.

The Global Mafia is so motivated and advanced in their tactics that they can use companies from countries nobody would be suspicious about to sabotage projects in the country or to use as a front for the formation of militias to destabilise Kenya.

The advantage of companies from China/Japan is that the Global Mafia does not yet own, or have influence on, construction companies there.

I have seen online some people recommending Dubai & South African companies to be allowed to develop berths in Lamu port. If that happened, that would be the beginning of the end of Kenya as we know it.

Kenya would end up just like our neighbour to the east.

It would be a tragic betrayal to the hundreds of thousands of Kenyans who risked their lives to fight for independence.

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Post by Awam » Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:03 am

Kenya Security continued:

If it were up to me, I would:

1. Keep records of all small planes and helicopters operating in Kenya.

Who are the owners? And do the owners of these planes associate with people who hold extremist opinions?

2. Keep records of all pilots flying small planes and helicopters in Kenya. Do these pilots associate with people who hold extremist views?

Years ago, I remember reading about a certain Kenya-based (((foreigner))) who owned an island in Kenya. In the newspaper interview, he proudly said that he owned a small plane that he piloted himself to and from the island. Given what I know now, it is very likely that this person uses that island for very sinister activities.

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Post by Awam » Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:42 am

Understanding how the Global Mafia operates:
If you live in the West, and you send money to al shabaab, the mafia knows about it. Let’s say you earn $50k per year, and you send $10k to the shabaab.

The mafia might figure that, if you earned 100k, then you might send them 20k or more.

So they will have you promoted at work, or they could let you know about a better job opening, where you will apply and get hired. You will believe your interpersonal skills are so great and that’s why you got the job.

If you run a business, they will find ways to make it more successful. You will believe you are earning more profits because of your distinguished business acumen.

If you live in a country like Kenya, and through your social media posts the mafia realizes that you have extremist opinions that can help destabilise the country, they will see to it that you become successful, so that you can be in a position to have influence and power.

You will think your sudden success is because you are more clever than everyone else.

Not every plan by the mafia has produced the expected results, however. They have made a few such Kenyans millionaires, only for the beneficiaries to fall into indolence and debauchery.

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Post by Awam » Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:14 am

The Global Mafia have the advantage that they have associates from all regions of the world and from all walks of life.

If you only trust an imam, the mafia will send an imam allied to them to corrupt you.

If you only trust a priest, the mafia will send a priest allied to them to corrupt you.

An African might think that the Global Mafia are exclusively mzungu, at least in looks, but that is not the case. They could even be from backgrounds you wouldn’t expect.

Consider CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, a well known Global Mafia propagandist. He is from India, and is from a Muslim family.

“Zakaria was born in Mumbai, India, to a Konkani Muslim family. His father, Rafiq Zakaria, was a politician associated with the Indian National Congress and an Islamic theologian.”

If the Global Mafia can have associates from any background, how then can you identify these associates?

1. Secret societies. You see, the Global Mafia had a very hard time during the early days of Christianity when the church was very powerful, since they were not Christians.

To overcome this problem, the Global Mafia came up with the concept of secret societies, where everyone was welcome, by invitation only, regardless of religious background.

All they needed to do, was to make membership of these secret societies be seen as prestigious. They achieved this by inviting top architects, philosophers, businessmen etc. to become members. As time went on, these Global Mafia-run secret societies were having members that included top doctors, lawyers, judges, politicians, priests etc.

This way, the Global Mafia was able to infiltrate all important sectors of the society.

Most people joining secret societies are usually motivated by the fact that they see that as a way to become successful in life. However, as stated above, the Global Mafia did not form secret societies because of altruistic reasons.

When you join a secret society controlled by the Global Mafia, success in your chosen career is guaranteed. In return, the Global Mafia takes control of your soul.

The interests of the secret society controlled by the Global Mafia supersede those of your country or your religion.

Even though not everyone belonging to a secret society is allied to the Global Mafia - since not all secret societies are controlled by them - there is nevertheless a much higher chance that such a person could be an ally of the Global Mafia than a person who does not belong to any secret society.

2. Judge a person by their actions. The Global Mafia have the resources to make an honest person have the reputation of being dishonest, and a dishonest person (their ally) have the reputation of being honest.

Therefore, if a person is a renowned religious figure, for instance, and his actions are that of a conman, then a conman he is.

3. Generally, companies that are not in any way allied to the Global Mafia have a neutral or negative reputation in the mainstream media.

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Post by Imani » Wed May 01, 2019 11:54 am

Kenya needs to build a fence at the border with Somalia. This has nothing to do with Kenya - Somalia relations.

The fence is needed because of Al Shabaab. This terrorist organisation is made even more dangerous by the fact that it has powerful allies in Europe and North America.

And these foreign-based supporters of Al Shabaab use it to attack and weaken Kenya as they attempt to completely conquer the country.

Read more here: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4600#p7764

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Post by Imani » Mon May 20, 2019 8:54 am

If you study the details about the Dubai Gold saga, and other related issues, it is obvious that there are plans to topple the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

It is important to understand that this is not about Uhuru. This is about Kenya, and the ability of Kenyans to freely elect their leaders. It is about Kenya remaining as an independent, democratic country.

The Global Mafia desperately want to conquer Kenya. So, what chances does Kenya have of repelling this underground attack from the Global Mafia, considering that they are the most powerful people in the world?

The reality is that the Global Mafia has in the past been defeated by countries on the level of Kenya in terms of development.

I won’t concentrate on what other countries have done to win against the Global Mafia, because that would require writing a whole book. Instead, I will concentrate on what Uhuru’s government should do to make sure Kenya is not conquered by these evil neocolonialists.

This is in addition to the suggestions in the posts above, and directed at Senior government officials:

1. For the next 6 months: Assume Kenya is in a state of emergency. If you wouldn’t do something if Kenya was in a state of emergency, don’t do it now. This is especially crucial when it comes to foreign trips.

Unfortunately, there has already been at least one security lapse.

2. There are several dozen Kenyans who have become suddenly rich, mysteriously. Avoid these people if you can. If it is not possible to avoid them, then be extremely cautious when in their company.

3. Know that the only way to defeat the Global Mafia is to EXPOSE them/EXPOSE their plots. If you cannot do so directly, then do it through “strategic leaking”, or just dump the info online, and spread the message anonymously about how to access the files.

For all their power and influence, the Global Mafia is terrified of being exposed. If you expose their criminal, underworld plots with solid evidence, they will scatter like scared rabbits.

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Post by Imani » Tue May 21, 2019 7:02 am

The Global Mafia usually make long term plans, and unless one is familiar with their strategies, you may never recognise their schemes.

For instance, there are several recent issues that are related, but most people do not know that.

There has been a sudden emergence of Kenya-oriented websites (and companies), that are pushed to the top of search results by prominent search engines.

If you thought it is their seo that made that possible, you are very wrong.

What many Kenyans do not know is that these companies and websites are actually owned by the Global Mafia. The Kenyans who appear to own these websites/companies are mere proxies for the Global Mafia

The Global Mafia own/control the search engines. No wonder their “Kenyan” websites are also favoured by the search engines. This relationship is the seo.

Some of these websites thrive on extreme promotion of betting…and witchcraft. Yes, witchcraft. In 2019!

Betting is also common in rich countries. However, in these countries, most people bet what they can afford to lose.

In Kenya, most people bet what they cannot afford to lose.

What is the long term effect of this? Not good, any way you look at it.

Some of these websites/media also like writing about people getting “stuck” due to “witchcraft”… The purpose is to make “witchcraft” go mainstream.

Kenya has been attacked from all sides. Luckily, the solution to these attacks is very simple. Expose these mofos.

Once exposed, the Global Mafia would never target Kenya again.

Analogy: Someone is well-respected as a top religious figure. Nobody would dare contradict him. But if he was caught practising witchcraft, what would happen?

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Re: Kenya Security Situation Currently

Post by Imani » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:26 pm

I would be very surprised if any Kenyan believes the yarn that “Indonesian hackers” did this.

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Post by Awam » Tue Jun 11, 2019 11:39 am

“The Kenyan government says it closed part of its border with Somalia.

Kenya says the decision was reached as security operations against Al Shabaab militants in the area intensified. The country is also trying to crack down on human trafficking as well as the trafficking of contraband goods and drugs.

The closing affects the area of the border in Lamu county.” ... h-somalia/

Very good move.

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Post by Awam » Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:00 am

“Three suspected al Shabaab militants were yesterday killed after a landmine they were planting on a road targeting Kenyan security forces, blew up on them.

The militia group is suspected to have been targeting Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) officers patrolling Boni Forest when the device prematurely exploded on them at Kwa Omollo village along Bodhai-Baragoni Road in Lamu county.

The incident left one of the bodies buried in a thicket some 500 metres away from the point of explosion.

In a clear manifestation of the high capacity of the Improvised Explosive Device (IED), about one-metre deep gully was burrowed while their dismembered body parts were strewn all over.” ... es-531175/

That area is swarming with Kenyan security personnel. What makes the terrorists so confident? What is their cover (story)?

What is the identity of the dead men? Who are their close associates? Who are the close associates of these terrorists’ close associates? All these people, how do they earn a living? Who do they work for?

Management and owners of companies/businesses where all these people work must be thoroughly scrutinised.

NB: This incident is very good for Kenya.

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