UKWELI LIBRARY SAYS GOODBYE TILL WE MEET AGAIN.

Dear Readers,

Due to other matters of this life , Ukweli Library has decided to call it a day . It has been a great joy sharing and writing and having you read and research on various topics  . Thus on Friday November 25,  this blog will not be available .Thanks and God bless you and keep on reserachjing and pursuing the truth.Wisdom is the principal thing and the truth shall set you free.

Thank you.

Arthur Owiti,

Ukweli Library

CNN VIA SOPHIA KALANTZAKOS ASKS: WILL EU WINTER FOLLOW THE ARABA SPRING ? UKWELI LIBRARY ANSWER : YES…THE ARAB SPRING, THE WESTERN WINTER AND THE AFRICAN SUMMER

JUST LIKE A CIRCLE IS A FULL REVOLUTION AND THE WORLD IS ROUND, AND A YEAR HAS FOUR SEASONS AND A YEAR IS FULL CIRCLE, THE GLOBAL REVOLUTION WILL TOUCH EACH SEASON  ..THE ARAB WORLD IN SPRING , THE WESTERN WORLD IN FALL AND WINTER ,AND THE AFRICAN AND ASIAN WORLD IN SUMMER  (WHICH IS THE SAME TIME AS WESTERN WINTER )

 

In a commentary , Sophia Kalantzakos asked whether  the Arab Spring will  spread to the West during Winter and we add to Africa during Africa’s summer this December and January .Ukweli Library emphatically answers :YES.

We already answered this before Sopia’s commentary on the issue that after Arab Dominoes falling the Western and African dominoes will fall.

The Arab Spring is not just based on race or religion for had it been so then Syria which is multi- religious would not be simmering but look at the facts.

People are on the streets almost everywhere and everyday.

Governments are broke , everywhere.

Banks are broke everywhere .

As we write there is no continent that is in solace economically and politically. Not that heave has once existed in this world , but that the condition the world is in is critically compared to the times where though there were problems (and will always be ) the solutions were available.Now there are lacking.

People from Africa are running to America and find no solace.People fro,Italy and Greece are running to Africa no solace there. People are running to China , South America but the problems are the same.

To answer Sophia, despite the religious and racial differences .in theEast and East , we are all in one boat and this boat is sinking.

Yet there are some who have lifeboats and have already left the helpless ones to sink when those in the lifeboats actually pierced the body of the ship.

Well we know that lifeboats are going to be overturned by a whirlwind so it makes no difference — different boats one stormy sea all drown in the end.

Sorry for the gloomy forecast but is better than a positive forecast that actually does not happen.Better the bad news that does not happen tan the good news that never happens ..or most humans love the lies that never die than the truth that is eternal ?

Arthur Owiti

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After Arab Spring, an EU Winter?

Editor’s note: Sophia Kalantzakos, a global distinguished professor in environmental studies and public policy at New York University, was Greece’s deputy minister at the Ministry of Employment and Social Protection from 2007 to 2009 and a member of Greece’s parliament from 2000 to 2009.

New York (CNN) — For much of this year, we’ve read about the Arab Spring uprisings, leading to the downfall of leaders in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya. Now, we’re facing the prospect of a more fundamental overhaul in western nations: a European Union Winter.

The ongoing fiscal crisis in the eurozone is taking its political toll on the leaders of the troubled economies. One by one, they fall.

In the south, developments are accompanied by drama. Greece’s George Papandreou resigned, after two years in office, as a precondition for the creation of a coalition government in Greece. Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi, whose fall has been predicted for years because of his business dealings and private life choices, has stepped down.

But the dominoes don’t stop with these Mediterranean countries. Nicolas Sarkozy of France faces a close to impossible re-election in the spring. The French are weary of austerity, but their country will continue to have to make cuts in order to withstand market pressures and hope for a return to growth.

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany is faring badly in the polls as the economy there slows down and the money for bailouts will most likely need to increase. Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, is not even seeking a third term in the November 20 elections. Unemployment is at 21% and the economic downturn there continues.

Regardless of the fates of these leaders, several overriding questions remain.

What will citizens need to understand in order to accept a significant change in lifestyle and prospects? After ousting one set of politicians will they then be willing to go through the pain of more austerity and elusive growth, or will each new government face even stronger opposition? Is there a realistic way out of this financial crisis that does not entail hardship for the people?

Citizens do not appreciate experimentation. They value a clear road map they can understand: It has a beginning, a middle and an end. Conflicting opinions, the residue of a democracy, nonetheless breed confusion and a false sense that somewhere, someone is hiding the easy way out. People then search for scapegoats and saviors, identify conspiracies and blame the powers that be.

Coalition governments alone will not be sufficient for people to get on board. A clear pan-European plan that will unite the continent should be immediately under way.

The largest political groups, such as the European People’s Party, the European Socialists, European Liberal Democrats and the Greens, to name a few, must come together with the EU Commission and undertake this challenge.

The commission has been working on economic proposals to address the fiscal crisis and the economic governance in the EU. There are talks about treaty revisions. But there are also, concurrently, discussions about moving to a two-speed Eurozone. This only heightens insecurity and resentment.

But there is some good news.

Many of the unifying elements are already in place. Across the European Union there is consensus on the transition to a low-carbon economy, to create green jobs, protect the environment, invest in education and R&D and to manage resources more efficiently. The EU has treaties binding members together, and over the decades a strong European identity has emerged that helps citizens feel at home throughout the EU and adds value to their national identity and heritage.

Sadly, the current fiscal crisis has wreaked havoc and obscured all these positive policies that helped make Europe what it is today: a modern society that provides political, economic and personal security to its many peoples. Europe has strengthened its democratic institutions, provided funding for its weaker members, incorporated new members after the fall of the Iron Curtain, given voice to its citizens and led the way in reversing the effects of climate change, the greatest challenge of our time. What Europe needs now is more, not less, Europe.

In a world where size matters, Europeans need to re-start the engines and not allow the fiscal crisis or the markets to send them back to the days when borders, national enmities, national currencies and nationalism itself ruled the day. Today’s world requires cooperation on every front, and the economy is just one more test we need to pass, one challenge we have to face in order to move confidently into the future as Europeans who are writing a new chapter in our common history.

FROM THE WILD WEST TO THE ROARING EAST …. HOW DID A THIRD WORLD NON WESTERN REGION RISE TO THE TOP ??— UKWELI LIBRARY QUESTIONS

President Obama’s trip to the East has really jogged up a  lot of questions about the Eastern World. Never in the history of mankind as the Asian world been so significant to the West that summits parallel to the UN  and G8 are being held in Asia, a region that was colonized by the British and others just a few fifty years ago.We have got questions.

The reason why we have questions is that in the 1970s , many African countires were ahead of countries like Malaysia, Singapore but all of a sudden these countries are even giving aid to Africa, yet both regions were properties of the British Empire.

Yet when you look athe culture of the two regions, Africa has borrowed so much m from Western Culture compared to the East that is mainly Islamic and Hindu and Non  CHristian.

Would it not be logical for Africa to be ahead since it is more Western in form and governance and religion for  the West is seen as the epitome of success worldwide .

It is odd that a Communist  Islamic-Sino-Hindu Region is rising to lead its Western Christian Capitalist  colonialists , in fact using Capitalism mixed with Communism.

Well , the Western world is in for it because its culture has died. The Western Culture is built on Christendom of Christian Empire but it is really hilarious to note  that Non- Christian regions are using Western  Christendom’s system to conquer the Western Christendom in the West and Africa.

Just my thoughts.

Arthur Owiti

CNN VIA SOPHIA KALANTZAKOS ASKS: WILL EU WINTER FOLLOW THE ARABA SPRING ? UKWELI LIBRARY ANSWER : YES…THE ARAB SPRING, THE WESTERN WINTER AND THE AFRICAN SUMMER

In a commentary , Sophia Kalantzakos asked whether  the Arab Spring will  spread to the West during Winter and we add to Africa during Africa’s summer this December and January .Ukweli Library emphatically answers :YES.

We already answered this before Sopia’s commentary on the issue that after Arab Dominoes falling the Western and African dominoes will fall.

The Arab Spring is not just based on race or religion for had it been so then Syria which is multi- religious would not be simmering but look at the facts.

People are on the streets almost everywhere and everyday.

Governments are broke , everywhere.

Banks are broke everywhere .

 

As we write there is no continent that is in solace economically and politically. Not that heave has once existed in this world , but that the condition the world is in is critically compared to the times where though there were problems (and will always be ) the solutions were available.Now there are lacking.

 

People from Africa are running to America and find no solace.People fro,Italy and Greece are running to Africa no solace there. People are running to China , South America but the problems are the same.

To answer Sophia, despite the religious and racial differences .in theEast and East , we are all in one boat and this boat is sinking.

Yet there are some who have lifeboats and have already left the helpless ones to sink when those in the lifeboats actually pierced the body of the ship.

Well we know that lifeboats are going to be overturned by a whirlwind so it makes no difference — different boats one stormy sea all drown in the end.

Sorry for the gloomy forecast but is better than a positive forecast that actually does not happen.Better the bad news that does not happen tan the good news that never happens ..or most humans love the lies that never die than the truth that is eternal ?

 

Arthur Owiti

 

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After Arab Spring, an EU Winter?

Editor’s note: Sophia Kalantzakos, a global distinguished professor in environmental studies and public policy at New York University, was Greece’s deputy minister at the Ministry of Employment and Social Protection from 2007 to 2009 and a member of Greece’s parliament from 2000 to 2009.

New York (CNN) — For much of this year, we’ve read about the Arab Spring uprisings, leading to the downfall of leaders in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya. Now, we’re facing the prospect of a more fundamental overhaul in western nations: a European Union Winter.

The ongoing fiscal crisis in the eurozone is taking its political toll on the leaders of the troubled economies. One by one, they fall.

In the south, developments are accompanied by drama. Greece’s George Papandreou resigned, after two years in office, as a precondition for the creation of a coalition government in Greece. Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi, whose fall has been predicted for years because of his business dealings and private life choices, has stepped down.

 

But the dominoes don’t stop with these Mediterranean countries. Nicolas Sarkozy of France faces a close to impossible re-election in the spring. The French are weary of austerity, but their country will continue to have to make cuts in order to withstand market pressures and hope for a return to growth.

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany is faring badly in the polls as the economy there slows down and the money for bailouts will most likely need to increase. Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, is not even seeking a third term in the November 20 elections. Unemployment is at 21% and the economic downturn there continues.

Regardless of the fates of these leaders, several overriding questions remain.

What will citizens need to understand in order to accept a significant change in lifestyle and prospects? After ousting one set of politicians will they then be willing to go through the pain of more austerity and elusive growth, or will each new government face even stronger opposition? Is there a realistic way out of this financial crisis that does not entail hardship for the people?

Citizens do not appreciate experimentation. They value a clear road map they can understand: It has a beginning, a middle and an end. Conflicting opinions, the residue of a democracy, nonetheless breed confusion and a false sense that somewhere, someone is hiding the easy way out. People then search for scapegoats and saviors, identify conspiracies and blame the powers that be.

Coalition governments alone will not be sufficient for people to get on board. A clear pan-European plan that will unite the continent should be immediately under way.

The largest political groups, such as the European People’s Party, the European Socialists, European Liberal Democrats and the Greens, to name a few, must come together with the EU Commission and undertake this challenge.

The commission has been working on economic proposals to address the fiscal crisis and the economic governance in the EU. There are talks about treaty revisions. But there are also, concurrently, discussions about moving to a two-speed Eurozone. This only heightens insecurity and resentment.

But there is some good news.

Many of the unifying elements are already in place. Across the European Union there is consensus on the transition to a low-carbon economy, to create green jobs, protect the environment, invest in education and R&D and to manage resources more efficiently. The EU has treaties binding members together, and over the decades a strong European identity has emerged that helps citizens feel at home throughout the EU and adds value to their national identity and heritage.

Sadly, the current fiscal crisis has wreaked havoc and obscured all these positive policies that helped make Europe what it is today: a modern society that provides political, economic and personal security to its many peoples. Europe has strengthened its democratic institutions, provided funding for its weaker members, incorporated new members after the fall of the Iron Curtain, given voice to its citizens and led the way in reversing the effects of climate change, the greatest challenge of our time. What Europe needs now is more, not less, Europe.

In a world where size matters, Europeans need to re-start the engines and not allow the fiscal crisis or the markets to send them back to the days when borders, national enmities, national currencies and nationalism itself ruled the day. Today’s world requires cooperation on every front, and the economy is just one more test we need to pass, one challenge we have to face in order to move confidently into the future as Europeans who are writing a new chapter in our common history.

POLICE STANDING WITH THE 1 % AGAINST THE 99 % — NY OCCUPY WALL STREET PROTESTS TURN CHAOTIC THANKS TO POLICE

The field is being leveled ..as long as the Elite turn  a deaf ear and push out a violent arm against the protesters more unrest and eventually violence will arise in America and most of the Western World.

Occupy Wall Street is here to stay until their demands are met. These people are not anarchists as some want to tray them to be.

These people are oppressed and are victims of a system that is failing and in its failure it is killing the oppressed and not the ones who caused the failure.

Is anybody listening and acting ?? Well the protesters will continue because they are united and have one just cause ….. economic justice which is justice.

 

BLOODY NEW YORK... IS THE PRICE OF FREEDOM BLOOD ? PICTURE COURTESY GETTY IMAGES

saying no to econmic terrorism by wall street

EXPLOSIONS ROCK SYRIA —-SYRIA IS KAPUT , KUWAIT IS GETTING SET TO BURN AGAIN

SYRIA IS OFFICIALLY IN CIVIL WAR OR  IN THE PROCESS OF A COUP DE ETAT

 

It has been reported that the Syrian Army is divided.This was coming and this spells doom and gloom not juts in Syria but in the Middle East.

The last straw on the camel’s back in any State is the Military and guns. Once there is dissent therein there is serious trouble.The country is in a state of emergency, if not civil war.

 

This is because though the Military is not in control of finance of the State , it has the guns that bring down those who hold the finance.They have the means to destroy life much faster than the  banks.

 

So serious is dissent in the Military that heavy penalties including Death penalties are imposed on those who achieve such a fete.

Assad has no options left neither does the Arab league . Syria is not only a Failed State but heading down the road of an Extinct State .

 

The Bible expressly prophesies that Damascus will be a ruinous heap.That prophecy will arise as Israel has the opportunity to attack weak Syria whose army is divide.

THE GOG MAGOG WAR OF THE LAST DAYS IS ACCELERATING AND THE BUILD UP IN SYRIA IS BEING IGNORED AT THE WORLD ‘S OWN PERIL !!! Pray for the people of Syria but know these are tough times that speel World War 3. It is already World War 3. Wait and see.

 

Arthur Owiti

 

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Explosions, gunfire rock Syrian capital

 

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/11/17/world/meast/syria-unrest/index.html?hpt=hp_t3

(CNN) — Explosions and gunfire rocked the Syrian capital early Thursday, an opposition group said, hours after military defectors struck a government intelligence complex in a bold assault reflecting surging resolve.

The blasts come as international leaders intensify their pressure on President Bashar al-Assad to end violence against protesters in the uprising the United Nations says has killed 3,500 people.

The defector group Free Syrian Army said it attacked an air intelligence base in Harasta and planted “powerful explosions inside and around the compound that shook its foundations.”

Air intelligence has been deeply involved in the eight-month crackdown by the Syrian government against protesters, said Andrew Tabler, an expert at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.


The strike reflects the growing sophistication of the Free Syrian Army, according to Tabler.

“It opens up a new era of the conflict,” he said, adding that the development represents “a bad direction” for the country. “Until now, most of the protests have been peaceful.”

The defector group said it attacked several areas in Damascus to foil future government attacks against civilians.

Activists said the deserter army used rocket-propelled grenades to damage the intelligence complex in the eastern suburb of the capital, Damascus.

Opposition groups have urged the United Nations to impose a no-fly zone, as it did in the Libyan conflict, to help protect protesters.

Army leaders have said the measure would allow them to establish a base of operations to launch a campaign to bring down al-Assad’s regime.

The Arab League, meeting in Rabat, Morocco, said al-Assad didn’t stick by his pledge to withdraw armed forces from populated areas and allow journalists and monitors unfettered access.

A senior league official said the group gave Damascus three days to implement a protocol to allow observes to enter the nation and verify whether Syria has taken measures to protect civilians.

The league has also called on member states to withdraw their ambassadors from Damascus, a decision that will be up to each nation.

In a sign of growing international isolation, France withdrew its ambassador Wednesday after attacks on its missions in the nation.

As the standoff rages on, at least 22 civilians were killed Wednesday, according to the Local Coordination Committee of Syria, a coalition of activists.

CNN is not able to independently verify claims of fighting and casualties because the Syrian government has restricted international media access to the country.

 

MARIO MONTI IT IS..LETTING THE ECONOMISTS FIX THE ECONOMY

THE RISE OF TECHNOCRATIC GOVERNMENTS WORLDWIDE

People are tired of politicians who only know how to talk ..they want politicians who can act and fix things. Italy , the same country that gave the world Governance and the Alphabet (of course modifying pre -existing systems) could be setting precedent in the world for systems that are controlled by  technocrats and not politicians.

This is not new as America has been on the forefront of having Secretaries run the show and technocrats dealing in the their area of expertise .Yet it seems to have hit the wall as America is wallowing in Economic Mud.

Yet what this spells for Europe is a time to let those who have the knowledge fix the things and this i s what Mario Monti has done by appointing himself Minister of Economy and Finance.

Such a move has revealed that it is Finance that cements a nation and when the Economy is sick everything is sick.Money rules the world.

But if money rules the world must it rule men ?

For since money is now ruling men , men have became desposndent now that money is failing worldwide.

Italy is proving that things are getting too hot and now it is time for the experts to take charge and not the army or politicians.

 

Arthur Owiti

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(Reuters) – Former European Commissioner Mario Monti formed a new technocratic government in Italy on Wednesday to face a major debt crisis threatening the entire euro zone.

Officials said the new government, announced by Monti at the presidential palace in Rome, would be sworn in at 5 p.m. (4 p.m. British time).

The government has the urgent task of tackling a crisis that has pushed Italy’s borrowing costs to untenable levels and brought it to the brink of economic disaster.

Speaking after presenting his cabinet, Monti said he hoped international markets would be placated by the installation of the new government and that it would need to convince the Italian public and parliament about what are expected to be painful austerity policies.

Monti, a respected economics professor, said he would himself take the crucial economy portfolio in his new government.

Corrado Passera, the CEO of Italy’s biggest retail bank Intesa Sanpaolo, was given the infrastructure and industry portfolio.

But after disputes among the parties which complicated Monti’s task, the new government contained no politicians as he was reported to have wanted. Some analysts say lack of politicians in the administration could make it more vulnerable to ambushes in parliament as it pushes through unpopular measures.

But Monti said the lack of politicians would strengthen rather than weaken the government by enabling it to avoid political disputes and push ahead with vital reforms.

“The absence of political personalities in the government will help rather than hinder a solid base of support for the government in parliament and in the political parties because it will remove one ground for disagreement.”

He said he would present his austerity programme, to the Senate on Thursday. This is expected to be followed by a confidence vote in both houses of parliament.

The reforms were demanded by European leaders to stem a crisis at the centre of the euro zone‘s problems.

The new administration was formed in less than three days in a scramble to face the crisis piloted by President Giorgio Napolitano after market confidence in Italy collapsed.

OVERWHELMING SUPPORT

It is expected to have an overwhelming majority in both houses, based on wide external support promised by most of the political parties except the devolutionist Northern League, a partner in Berlusconi’s outgoing government.

The process is being closely watched by markets still nervous about Italy’s ability to break out of a crisis centred on its huge public debt and painfully slow growth, despite the resignation on Saturday of Silvio Berlusconi, whose failure to pass crucial reforms precipitated a collapse of confidence.

Underlining how much is at stake, yields on Italy’s 10-year bonds went through 7 percent again on Wednesday, the level at which Greece and Ireland were forced into bailouts.

Euro zone defences are not big enough to fund a similar operation for Italy, the zone’s third largest economy, which is why it is crucial to the outcome of the current debt crisis.

The government announcement had no immediate effect on yields.

Crucial to Monti’s success was the backing of the PDL party of outgoing prime minister Berlusconi, who was forced to step down on Saturday by the fast-worsening crisis.

Napolitano, who has engineered the extremely rapid government transition in response to the collapse of confidence in Italy, nominated Monti for the premiership on Sunday night.

The president has called for an extraordinary national effort to win back the confidence of markets, noting that Italy has to refinance about 200 billion euros (171 billion pounds) of bonds by the end of April.

Monti has said his government should last until the next scheduled elections in 2013, despite widespread expectation that politicians intend to give him only enough time to implement reforms before precipitating early polls.

“I hope that this government of technocrats succeeds in addressing all the requests made by the European Central Bank in its letter,” outgoing Industry Minister Paolo Romani, from Berlusconi’s PDL party, told the Corriere della Sera newspaper.

“But let it be clear that as soon as that is done, we expect Monti to give the people the chance to choose a government.”

(Writing by Barry Moody; additional reporting by Giuseppe Fonte, Deepa Babington and Gavin Jones)

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/11/16/uk-italy-idUKL5E7MC04820111116

WESTERN DOMINOES FALLING DOWN…. BERLUSCONI SET TO RESIGN

The bball is rolling and hitting every skittle in the alley.The Economic crisis has a new causlauty and that is the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlsuconi.Despite his treasure chest of controversies , Berlsuconi has admitted that power is not sweet when things are bitter and has opted to get off the driver’s seat.

 

More are yet to resign as a new form of government hence the New World Order unfolds as the days go by .

One should not separate the Arab spring from the Western Fall/Winter .The Economic CRisis is Global and Economic CRisis causes Religous and Political Crisis.

The same issues in the Arab world are the same issues in the Western World and in the African World and the Latin World —- BROKEN SYSTEM.

dOES THAT MEAN DOOM AND GLOOM ..IT DEPENDS ON THE WAY THE LEADERS DEAL WITH IT .bUT FRANKLY SPEAKING IT IS MORE DOOM AND GLOOM AND A VERY WELL PLANNED ONE FOR THAT MATTER.

Look at Iran’s debacle ..Isreal is itching to strike !! Anyway….

To refresh our memory Let us recap the dominoes that have fallen so far this great year of 2011 to show that it is a world wide crisis.

 

ARAB / MUSLIM/ NORTH AFRICAN DOMINOES

1. President Ben Ali of Tunisia

2. President Mubarak of Egypt

3.Gaddafi of Libya

WESTERN DOMINOES

1.Greek Prime Minister  George Papandreou

2.Silvio Berlusconi of Italy

PRIMITIVITY AND MODERNITY MEET AGAIN ??

GENERATION A (ancient generations)  AND GENERATION Y (current generation) COMBINE ….. TWO DIFFERENT LIFESTYLES DOING THE SAME THINGS .

 

AS we observe the fashion trends and ways of life flooding the flood  one gets the sense that we are actually going back to the things that were there at first.

The word primitive should not have a negative connotation as it has these days for it comes from the word primus which means first .The new haircuts we see today and the attoos that people are wearing are nothing new but old relics coming back into fashion.

 

 

What is funny is that these old relics are coming back at a time when people claim to have more knowledge and education that is supposed to “obliterate ” their primitive ways .

For example in Kenya , and East Africa the way of life of the Turkana and Karamoja in Uganda and Kenya and other tribes that still keep many of their primitive ways rae being cajoled to leave their old ways .

What is funny is that these tribes and societies still live in a world that is so fast paced and are not bothered with computer technology or technological sophistication.They let life live.

Now as the governments try to beg them to change their ways, the citizens that have followed a more technologically advanced lifestyle are doing the same haircuts and walking naked like the primitive folk who are being persuaded to leave their ways.

Guess there is nothing new under the sun after all. Enjoy the pictorial comparisons and note the similarity and difference of sophistication at the same time.

 

tattoos yesterday , tattoos today

 

FIGHTERS ON BOTH SIDES ARE ON A SUICIDE MISSION..KENYA ‘S WAR IN SOMALIA..WAR IS TERRORISM

War is terrorism because the same consequences of War are the same consequences of Terrorism…death , destruction and casualties.Therefore it is funny to say that we are fighting terrorists when the same actions you are using to deal with are terrorist in nature.

When people join the army they are on a mission to die.It is actually voluntary suicide or to put it lightly , martyrdom for the country and not religion.

It is unbelievable how Religion and Politics is enough to inspire one to diue for their faith or country , but it is real.

The Al Shaabab employ Islam as the Kenyan forces employ their of Christianity even though there are Muslims in the Kenyan army.

This is why Kenya better be prepared for a tough war with causalities because  Al Shabaab may look small but could be a large threat to East Africa.

In short we are saying that there is no war against terrrorism because terrorism is war.

What is happening all over the world is that there is a war between Western Ideals and Islamic ideals .Or more precisely , Moderate Abrahamic Religions versus Radical Abrahamic Religions.

 

Arthur Owiti

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