Re: Visit by Kenya's Minister for Foreign Affairs to Toronto
- --- On Sun, 19/4/09, Coalition Constitution Reforms
From: Coalition Constitution Reforms <ccr_kenya@...>
Subject: [next_kenya] By Kenyans For Kenyans Re: Visit by Kenya's
Minister for Foreign Affairs to Toronto
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Date: Sunday, 19 April, 2009, 10:18 PM
As we speak, Kenya has been invaded by a neighboring country, forced
to accept foreign identity
cards, forced to pay taxes to another
jurisdiction, forced to live under occupation of an abusive oppressive
invading army. What has the person masquerading as minister for
foreign affairs done?
Now we hear this person has time to travel to Canada using tax payers'
money to tell us what? How they are sitting in the office in Nairobi
counting flies while Kenyans are being oppressed and tortured and
humiilated by a foreign military force?
I thought by now the AU should have met to discuss this issue.
Kenyans fear that all this meaningless mumbo jumbo of
"peaceful coexistence" means peaceful coexistence between the
illegitimate elite who call themselves ministers and their mercenary
militias who help them crush democracy and perpetuate dictatorship in
The people of Kenya rightfully fear that the illegitimate elite have
sold off various parts of kenya for sums unknown. On the northern
side they have sold off the ony source of water for Lake Turkana to
multinational corporations based in Egypt and operating from
Lake Turka is dying. Lake Victoria itself which is being annexed is
dying. All our rivers and water sources are drying because flowers
have to be watered--flowers which are tended under extremely dangerous
health conditions-- are then exported to Europe and rebranded as "made
in Europe" after paying cents to workers and nothing for water and
The people calling themselves ministers for foreign affairs or any
other title they
should know that they cannot just be ministers when airborne in
aeroplanes and in foreign countries while when in Nairobi they sit in
their offices in closed doors counting flies while the country is
being invaded and natural resources being plundered.
It is a sad day indeed that we have to accept that 17 years and 4
months after the repeal of Section 2A, Kenyan human rights
activists are still being persecuted and assaulted by Kenyan police
forces who are unwilling to solve even the simplest of crimes. It is
amatter that should concern the international community that human
rights activists Oscar Kingara and GPO Oulo were last
month shot dead under circumstances that suggest that they wee
assassinated under the orders of the Kenyan governemnt.
The illegimiate elite are unable to protect Kenyans internally (or are
accused of being the perpetrators of crimes against Kenyans).
Similarly, they are unable to protect Kenya from external invasion (or
are accused of being partners with commercial and military mercenary
forces that spells total human and environmental disaster for Kenya
and the entire East African region).
Now we in the diaspoara are then expected to bow our heads to these
tiny despots? Have they even emplemented the National Dialogie and
Reconciliaion Agreements that gave some semblance to the legality of a
government in Nairobi after a sham of an election that murdered
thousands of Kenyans and dsisplaced over 600, 000? When is the
constitution going to be reformed? When Jesus Christ returns?
--- On Sun, 4/19/09, charles mumia wrote:
From: charles mumia
Subject: [kenyan_community_ ncr_canada] Fw: [kco-l] Visit by Kenya's
Minister for Foreign Affairs to Toronto
To: kenyan_community_ ncr_canada@ yahoogroups. ca
Date: Sunday, April 19, 2009, 12:56 PM
--- On Sat, 4/18/09, Basil Mwawasi wrote:
From: Basil Mwawasi
Subject: [kco-l] Visit by Kenya's Minister for Foreign Affairs to Toronto
To: kco-l@yahoogroups. com
Received: Saturday, April 18, 2009, 7:01 PM
This is to inform the general membership that Kenya's Minister for
Foreign Affairs Hon. Moses M. Wetangula, MP, will make a brief visit
to Toronto on Saturday, April 25, 2009
There will be a meeting with Kenyans in the Diaspora in Toronto on
that day, Saturday April 25th, 2009 between 12. 00 p.m. and 3.00 p.m.,
coordinated by the Kenyan Community in Ontario (KCO) and everyone is
invited to attend.
ADMISSION WILL BE FREE and light snacks will be served
This will give all an opportunity to engage the Minister on a
discussion on issues that may be of interest to us Kenyans and
Canadians on Kenya's relations with the international community.
As you know, for along time Kenya pursued a Foreign Policy based on
principles of promotion of peaceful co-existence, respect for
sovereignty and territorial integrity of other states, preservation of
national security, non-interference in affairs of other states, etc,
Kenya has now shifted its foreign policy orientation and currently the
strategy rests on four pillars of economic diplomacy, peace diplomacy,
environmental diplomacy and diaspora diplomacy. The Ministry of
Foreign Affairs has a mandate to develop and implement this policy.
Please visit: http://www.mfa go.ke/mfacms/ Please be on the look out
for information on the location of the meeting that will be
communicated through this forum by Monday, April 20th, 2009.
I am also requesting members to RSVP me in advance latest by
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009 if you intend to be in attendance as this
organizers to work out the necessary logistics pertaining to the meeting.
RSVP basil.mwawasi@ rogers.com or call (905) 202-6298 to leave a message.
Kenyan Community in Ontario (KCO)
Visit: http://www.kcocanad a.org/
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