Sunday, October 12, 2008


My Cents.....

No one did talk about Kipkorir's insistence of treason he described in his last article...Does replying to Kip's article by the likes of Honourable Billow Kerrow, Once Kenya's Shadow Finance Minister, constitutes or warrants a treason....???? That is what Kip needs to know....Does Kip thinks we still live in KANU era, where everything was treason.....?

Submitted by somaalPosted October 11, 2008 11:03 PM
Message to fellow Somali: Please don’t call our fellow Africans negros or monkeys despite Mr Kipkorir’s crazy fascist opinions. Kenyans have generally welcomed Somalis and we should ignore the few lawyers or writers in the payroll of the neocons who are bent on causing civil wars in Africa. We Somalis remain one of the biggest investors in Kenya and South Africa. The taxes we pay has developed Kenya a lot and denied development of our people in Somalia.

Submitted by MassaiPosted October 11, 2008 08:53 PM
KIPKORIR or kiscared u should worry about what we r going to do to u kips and leave the somali ppl about ur hate articles the somalis liberated u from being naked ,being without tv eating bread only everyday they gave u clothes cheap food u can afford gave ur sisters high paying ki barau jobs so that they stop lingering on konainge street so u should really appreciate them that ur walking tall or else u would be working in patel related business the real KIPKORIR

Submitted by killadPosted October 11, 2008 08:02 PM
first things first, i do believe that Kip. has the rights to express his views under the Human Rights Act and also as a kenyan who is concerned for his beloved country. Second of all, my mother is a Kenyan-Somali(north-easterners) and my father is a Samburu (kenyan native of rift valley)My mother's ancestors have been in kenya for many generations and she is the most patriotic Woman ever...she can speak nearly 5 kenyan native languages languages and her dad and grandad both served in the kenyan army.My uncles have both followed this legacy....

Submitted by SaidSaidPosted October 11, 2008 07:41 PM
Kipkorir, its not you to define how Kenyan Somalis should act inorder to be accepted as Kenyans. We well know how your Kins in the Rift valley did during the post-elections.Where is the Kenyanes when Kalenjins were mutilating other Ethnic gorups in the Rift valley? Why did your kinbs use Machetes. Instead of wasting time wrinting bogus articles about Somalis or Somalia in General why dont you devote your time writing about articles of the IDPS and how they can be resettled.

Submitted by amhkePosted October 11, 2008 05:45 PM
Somalis believe caliphate is the only way forward for peace and reconciliation in Somalia. You’ve probably heard Islamic courts union they were able to establish peace within a short time of period by enforcing Islamic shari’a. Islam is ideology that contains sharia rules governing all aspects of lives. We don’t know what strategic interest Kenya has to opposite caliphate or any other system that may be a beneficial for Somalis we realize others who fund by proxy to eliminate any political progress in Somalia

Submitted by nowreejPosted October 11, 2008 04:46 PM
Hhhh?Its only distance that had only saved me from dismantling and disfiguring ur Negroid handz resulting from evolutionary relationship with monkeys.Try to remember film called The black hook down where dead US soldiers bodies were used a loboratory samples.WHY Do you want then to waste the kenyan taxpayers money?I can swear the number of Beggers in rift valley is same the population of independent country such as Djibouti(somali original).I knew u regret y ur not somali but its a god case?I cant help.

Submitted by saeed34Posted October 11, 2008 03:46 PM
I think Kenya will benefit from a stable and prosperous Somalia more than any one else, given the yet un-utilised treasures that you referred to. Crazy as it seems, I suggest that Kenya seeks good relations with whoever is able to control Somalia on the ground, even if it's the terrorist-labelled UIC (mahakim) and Al-Shabab :D After all these groups have started controlling Somali towns and cities near Kenya's border, like Kismayu and other places and we might eventually be forced to deal with them. We should learn from the US's recent change in position on talking with the Taliban.

Submitted by LilyenPosted October 11, 2008 03:36 PM
While I do not in any way support Kipkorir’s arrogant way of arguing, his two articles should arouse us to the reality that no solution has been forthcoming since the conflict began in 1988. The numerous attempts made have failed and there’s no doubt that the TGF is a flop. The hard reality is that cessation could be the only answer since others have failed. Already there is basis for this in the form of Awdal, Galmudug, Jubaland, Maakhir, Northland State, Puntland, Somaliland, Southwestern Somalia… I don’t support concession and annexation.

Submitted by Moabc123Posted October 11, 2008 03:24 PM
You sound someone who is impartial and as you probably know journalists are required to be fair and partial. You may feel that Somalia is a failed state, therefore it is up for grabs and any state that is neighbouring Somalia can take advantage of the situation. If Ethiopia is land locked that doesn’t mean we are obliged to meet their demands. You should remember after all we are a sovereign country.

Submitted by maminPosted October 11, 2008 03:16 PM
Arrogance and inferiority complex is the only thing i can discribe kipkorir. Editor of the nation, please tell such small minds to get lessons from his uncle amb. bethwell kiplagat before you allow him in the public domain.