CAPTION: Bitter and sexually-frustrated feminist Betty Waitherero.
After her failed attempt to impose a #KOT logo idea two years ago, by feigning and manipulating opinion to create a cosmetic consensus, bitter and sexually frustrated feminist Betty Waitherero is back again. She had hoped that #KOT will adopt the logo, and subliminally elevating herself as the Chairman and custodian of opinion.
This time round, the conflicted Kikuyu posturing as a Somalian, wants Government to regulate social-media.
Pseudo-intellectuals in this day and age are really abusing the intelligence of their followers, because on one side, she purports to defend bloggers, while on the other she pushes for “regulation” to curtail blogging.
I don’t know where these idiots have been, but there have been two successful constitutional petitions, challenging the infringement of freedoms enshrined in the constitution, most recently last week.
But when we see moronic idiots like Waitherero, working for a few shillings to try and take Kenya back to the old days, for the sake of political expediency or financial gain, we are left to wonder if we are evolving as a race, or regressing.
The fact that she tagged Bob Collymore in her tweets shows that he is the one who is paying her, through his able “advisor” Naomi Mutua. This comes in the wake of behind-the-scenes attempts to reach an out-of-court settlement.
This shows you the two-timing nature of Corporates, who on one hand say one thing, then do the exact opposite.
Bob Collymore knows how we got here, and instead of confronting the reality, he is now hiding behind sham activists and conflicted Kikuyu’s masquerading as Somalian, trying to influence policy. Since when do foreigners dictate our laws?
We advised Collymore to stop running these parallel campaigns or trying silly stunts, but he seems to imagine that he is smart because he executed a few scams and got away with it.
With this article, we hereby declare that from Today, we will serialise the entire KPMG Safaricom Audit, from top to bottom, because we know it is the one which is causing all these ripples. We will then hashtag it and tag Vodafone in the UK, plus all law enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom. We know that they have oversight in dealing with corruption by British companies.
Even Nairobi Law Monthly went silent after initially running scandals at Safaricom, and yet there is no record of court-cases, gag-orders or arrests. One doesn’t need to be a brain surgeon to know what took place.
To Kenyans of goodwill out there, please note that we are not the authors of the KPMG Safaricom Audit Report. We are not creating our own theories or happenings. This is a report which is in the public domain, and with stupid journalists like Jaindi Kisero, who were paid tens of millions so as not to run it.
But when it comes to bloggers, there is this attitude by Safaricom of treating us as second-class citizens. This duplicity has to come to an end.