“US author critical of Obama thrown out of Kenya” Jerome Corsi

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I am gratified that this is coming out now.

But many of us have been sounding the alarm bell about the Obama – Odinga connection for some time now.

And as I’m listening, I’m hearing misconceptions being spouted left and right.

I hope that these comments which I posted back in February can clear up at least some of those misconceptions and provide some needed details:

http://blog.hill4pres.com/2008/02/19/obamas-credibility-problem.aspx

· 2/22/2008 7:17 PM Sister Rosetta wrote:
RED FLAG

http://eakenya.org/pa/

The Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK) is the national Umbrella organization for evangelical churches in Kenya. It was established in 1975 as Evangelical Fellowship of Kenya under the auspices of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa and Madagascar (AEAM) which has since its name to association of Evangelicals in Africa.

From the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK):

http://www.eakenya.org/AAEAKUpdate/RAILA_MUSLIM_MOU.pdf

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN HON. RAILA AMOLO ODINGA REPRESENTING HE ORANGE DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT (ODM) AND NATIONAL MUSLIM LEADERS FORUM (NAMLEF)

Sister Rosetta here:

Please pay close attention to (v) b)

“Within six months rewrite the Constitution of Kenya to recognize sharia as the only true law sanctioned by the Holy Quran for Muslim declared regions.”

· 2/22/2008 7:21 PM Sister Rosetta wrote:
http://www.christianpost.com/article/20071218/30541_Concerns_Raised_Over_Alleged_Vow_to_Enforce_Islamic_Law_in_Kenya.htm

Concerns Raised Over Alleged Vow to Enforce Islamic Law in Kenya

By Daniel Blake
Christian Post Correspondent
Tue, Dec. 18 2007 08:41 AM ET

“A memorandum of understanding (MOU) – signed on Aug. 29 by Sheikh Abdullahi Abdi, chairman of the National Leaders Forum (Namlef), and Odinga, presidential candidate from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) – was made public on Nov. 27.
According to International Christian Concern (ICC), however, there are in fact two versions of the MOU. The persecution watchdog group claims that Abdi and Odinga signed a private MOU which is very different from the one presented to the public.
In the secret version of the MOU, Odinga allegedly states his intention to, ”within six months, rewrite the Constitution of Kenya to recognize Sharia as the only true law sanctioned by the Holy Quran for Muslim declared regions” if elected, according to ICC.”
“In response to the revelations, the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya released a statement in which church leaders said Raila, in both MOUs, “comes across as a presumptive Muslim president bent on forcing Islamic law, religion and culture down the throats of the Kenyan people in total disregard of the Constitutionally guaranteed rights of freedom of worship and equal protection of the law for all Kenyans.”
The chairman of the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya, the Rev. Dr. Wellington Mutiso told ICC: ”Kenya should continue to be a secular state. Christians want a level playing ground where [Christians and Muslims] are treated equally.”
”We (Kenyan Christians) are opposed to any move at favoring a particular religious group by political parties,” he added.
Similarly, the ICC regional manager for Africa, Darara Gubo, said the agreement made with Muslim leaders “undermines the secular nature of Kenya and opens a Pandora’s box of chaos and conflict similar to what happened in Nigeria and Sudan.”
”This is not a stand-alone incident; rather, it is part of strategy to Islamize Eastern Africa and the Horn of Africa, through the introduction of Sharia law,” Gubo stated.”

· 2/29/2008 1:33 PM Sister Rosetta wrote:
http://panafricannews.blogspot.com/2008/01/kenya-update-church-massacre-condemned.html

2 January 2008

comments:
mogiyusuf said…
Election disputes happen ! ODM propaganda would have us believe that it is because kibaki was declared the winner that we have riots Let me remind you all that riots in kisumu and kibera began well before kibaki was elected . Riots broke out because the electoral commission was taking longer than expected to announce the winner Kivuitu explained that they were verifying what they had received but odm insisted that results be announced so save us the propaganda

Are this the first disputed election in kenya or the world ? Did kenyans loot and burn houses in 92 or do other countries with disputes do the same ? ODM had planned and organized this all along so as to bring us to where we are today This riots were well planned so that raila can have his orange revolution .

1.ODM had a determined effort to decide that any result that did not have them winning both State House and Parliament had been arrived at by a nefarious rigging scheme. This crusade was so determined and nothing it seems was too large a stretch for it.

2.The idea, that ODM already had the election sewn up and that the government was planning to rig it out of its legitimate victory was repeated so often, and given such prominence by the ODM friendly East African Standard, and the party’s top officials that it was accepted in many quarters as truth.

3.These and other odm fantasies,were reported unhindered by a media that has totally abdicated its role as public watchman.

4.These imaginings were and continue to be a political ploy, straight out of the perpetual victim philosophy that has caused Raila the candidate to repeatedly allege that the State had hired assassins to finish him off. So should we pay him any mind? Yes, Raila’s cries must not be ignored because they influence many Kenyans perception and are from his lips a powerful cudgel, as dishonest and irritating as they may be.

5.It is clear what the ODM parties are trying to do. Their employment of the talents of American spin master d. Morris evinced this desire to win at all costs, fair or foul and it is a strategy that Kenya is paying for today . **** Morris, for those Kenyans who may have forgotten is particularly famous for his involvement in the ‘revolution’ of the Ukraine where his strategy was to flood the streets with flag-carrying protesters after the election, thereby creating the perception of a defeated government that had rigged itself back into office. Just like in the Ukraine, it is clear that in Kenya, an opposition win is the desired result for both the British and European governments. These governments then went on to underwrite the sustained effort of the demonstrations and its international portrayal as a display of democratic will, against an unpopular government never mind that half the country supported the incumbent.

· 2/29/2008 1:35 PM Sister Rosetta wrote:
http://mogiyusuf.blogspot.com/

Saturday, December 29, 2007

The following article was written by a Young Kenyan in Early December 2007

It is clear what the ODM parties are trying to do. Their employment of the talents of **** Morris evinces this desire to win at all costs, fair or foul and it is a strategy that Kenya can ill afford. **** Morris, for those Kenyans who may have forgotten is particularly famous for his involvement in the ‘revolution’ of the Ukraine where his strategy was to flood the streets with flag-carrying protesters after the election, thereby creating the perception of a defeated government that had rigged itself back into office. Just like in the Ukraine, it is clear that in Kenya, an opposition win is the desired result for both the British and the American governments. These governments then went on to underwrite the sustained effort of the demonstrations and its international portrayal as a display of democratic will, against an unpopular government never mind that half the country supported the incumbent. The international media are already being alerted to the role they will be required to play in this coup, a make-believe spontaneous ‘Orange Revolution’ coming to our streets if Raila and his shadowy allies are not pleased with the election result.

The ODM, if they are in possession of any evidence on rigging should take it to the police, take it to the media.Random public statements that wage a passionate war against common sense, and attempt the most cynical incitement are sure to have devastating consequences in a country already as charged and polarised as ours.


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