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Re: [onereachinganother] Rachel, let us embrace the Kenya National Youth Alliance

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  • kayiwa fred
    Amactually so much moved by the letters you do write Racheal And I must join the rest to appreciate the Pyramid peace members of kenya. However the struggle
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 5, 2008
      Amactually so much moved by the letters you do write

      And I must join the rest to appreciate the Pyramid
      peace members of kenya.
      However the struggle has not ended as i have just hard
      that now there is social problem in the refugee camps
      people are now having problems attached to being in
      one place like sextual harrasment and this leads to
      many evil stuff not forgetting the killing AIDS
      and yet these people need to keep around till there
      final peace resolution and of course some are still
      having the psycolgical fear that they cant easily go
      back so they are in state of no ware should they go
      back to kenya those in uganda or should they stay in

      otherwise we need to look now at the socila problems
      in the refugee camps if possible anyway now that we
      can't send Airtime to people in eldoret and rest
      fighting is over.

      I guess poeople you understand my urgument?
      am not trying to minimize you but am just talking my

      --- Andrius Kulikauskas <ms@...> wrote:

      > CC: Tegi Obanda +1-647-208-1265 and Peter Kironyoh
      > +254-722-685830
      > (please Rachel, Dennis, Kennedy contact him) to
      > alert you to our Pyramid
      > of Peace http://www.pyramidofpeace.net to avert
      > genocide by embracing
      > enemies, see our many peacemakers
      > http://www.worknets.org/wiki.cgi?HelpKenyans and an
      > outline of a
      > Constitution for Humanity
      > http://www.worknets.org/wiki.cgi?Constitution
      > CC: Ian Bruk for your ideas on how our Minciu Sodas
      > lab might analyze
      > companies.
      > Janet Feldman,
      > Thank you for alerting us! See also:
      > We can respond and so we should.
      > Rachel Wambui Kungu +254 721 626 389 is currently
      > our
      > Commander-of-Operations.
      > Rachel, please appraise the situation and make a
      > plan of action, and
      > start to act on it, if you are confident, or wait to
      > confer.
      > What is the threat to peace that the demonstration
      > poses?
      > How can we "love our enemy" and "take up their point
      > of view" so that we
      > might lead them to fight peacefully?
      > Here is my analysis and suggestion.
      > The Mungikis are a tribal militia. They consider
      > themselves advocates
      > for the Kikuyu tribe, its ways, its strength and its
      > rights. They are
      > brutal because they are self-righteous. They have
      > been manipulated by
      > high level politicians who have alternately used
      > them and also kept them
      > under control by having them round up and killed by
      > the thousands. They
      > are now free to act because they have been cast off
      > by their sponsors
      > who have accepted the peace deal. They have now
      > called themselves the
      > Kenya National Youth Alliance.
      > Rachel, I want to find within them "independent
      > thinkers". We have much
      > to offer them. I imagine that you are able to link
      > with them, but you
      > are also vulnerable to prosecution for that.
      > Therefore you can be sure
      > to speak and act under my authority as
      > Commander-in-Chief, not your
      > own. I will take direct responsibility for our
      > relations with them
      > overall. I suggest that we work through Lawrence
      > Achami +254 720 613
      > 379 and Rono Richards +254 723 732 617 who are
      > experienced peacemakers
      > and Kikuyu and Kalenjin, respectively.
      > Our focus is on their "independent thinkers" which
      > should not be too
      > hard because at this point they are showing their
      > independence. Please
      > let them know that Minciu Sodas is a laboratory
      > which brings together
      > and supports independent thinkers around the world.
      > During this Kenyan
      > crisis we have mobilized the Pyramid of Peace, which
      > is a command
      > structure that allows independent peacemakers to
      > wield as much authority
      > as they wish to. I am thinking of the Pyramid of
      > Peace as a labor union
      > for independent thinkers, much as there are for
      > teachers or fire
      > fighters or bakers. We are able to love our enemy,
      > adversary, opponent,
      > competitor, obstructor, persecutor, victim and
      > stranger. As Jesus
      > taught, everybody loves their (supposed) friends,
      > but the children of
      > God stand apart, for they love their enemies. We
      > are looking for
      > genuine enemies, those independent thinkers with
      > whom we might have a
      > good long term relationship, a deep friendship, with
      > whom we might
      > ultimately and truly agree. We want to grow with
      > them as independent
      > thinkers.
      > Mass action underutilizes independent thinkers who
      > are capable of
      > self-directed action. We provide an alternative.
      > We are a labor
      > explosion rather than a labor union. Or labor
      > blossom, if you prefer,
      > the unfolding of labor in all directions.
      > I invite their independent thinkers to work with us
      > in many ways:
      > * We can train them in ICT so they can work openly
      > in our laboratory.
      > * We can host their websites in the Public Domain.
      > * We can work together to organize a voice for the
      > Kikuyu culture, a
      > council of thirty literate people who love Kikuyu
      > culture.
      > * We can help them develop contacts within all of
      > the tribes.
      > * We can train them in nonviolent ways of engaging
      > the violent.
      > * We can hear their grievances and help them be
      > heard.
      > * We can help them make peace with others and
      > reconcile with them.
      > * We can help their members transition out of
      > membership if they wish to.
      > * We can pursue their endeavors through our
      > Stewardship Councils for
      > locations and bioregions.
      > * We can help them gain a sound legal foundation for
      > some of their
      > activities.
      > * We can include in our Pyramid of Peace their
      > individuals who would
      > like to act as peacemakers.
      > * We can include them or their ideas through a
      > council (Constitutional
      > Youth Authority is the name I propose) which would
      > care for the future
      > of Kenya, and make sure the Kenyan Constitution is
      > in harmony with a
      > Constitution for Humanity, and thereby provide a
      > vigilant opposition as
      > Rachel proposes and as Janet terms a watchdog.
      > Rachel, I look to your guidance and leaderhip.
      > Please share your
      > analysis, suggest a strategy and draw up a budget,
      > what might we do? and
      > where do we start?
      > I note that Lawrence Achami was successful in his
      > recent mission in
      > Kuresoi. I have sent about 310 USD for Rachel to
      > have for our work
      > together (we will confer) and she is providing some
      > for Rono Richards so
      > he can go as a peacemaker to Mile Heights (?), I
      > believe, where there
      > has been more violence. Rachel will write. I also
      > sent about 110 USD to
      > Kennedy Owino for Samwel Kongere's visa. Samwel is
      > in Nairobi and I
      > think they are going today (Thursday) to the
      > Austrian embassy.
      > Benoit, Janet, Edward and all, I have been pondering
      > on how our command
      > structure might stay relevant in a time of calm. We
      > have such a great
      > capacity for action. What might we do?
      > We can invest ourselves in a company we like, such
      > as Safaricom, and get
      > to know them like the friends we wish to be. We can
      > alert them to new
      > services they might provide, or if they don't work
      > with us, we can
      > pursue them ourselves. We can investigate their
      > activities for
      > corruption, cheating, mismanagement, incompetence.
      > (Note, for example,
      > that 5% of Safaricom is owned by mystery owners,
      > presumably corrupt
      > officials.) If they support us, we can report our
      > findings to them. If
      > they don't support us, we can report our findings to
      > the press. We can
      > make their stock go up or down in response to how
      > they treat us and what
      > we write about them. If they don't support us, we
      > can ask the
      > government to increase their taxes. If they do
      > support us, we can ask
      > the government to reduce their taxes. We must
      > ourselves
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