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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Are You Scared For Your Life Leaving Comments At Kumekucha?

A recent survey I have just completed carrying out has given me results that have completely taken me by surprise. They reveal that many people who read Kumekucha believe that associating themselves with the blog endangers their lives at worst and can get them in big trouble and behind bars at the very least.

The words of one respondent are still ringing in my ears;

"I always look over my shoulder imagining that some guys in suits will burst into the room the next minute and arrest me. The information you reveal here is just too dangerous."

It seems that a whooping 70 per cent of the people who regularly visit Kumekucha are too frightened to leave a comment because they are aware that ip addresses can very easily be traced.

Even more interesting is the fact that even some Kenyans in the diasporas fear to be associated with Kumekucha because they will have to return home at some point.

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One advertiser who left their mobile telephone number in an advertisement by mistake pleaded with me to delete it immediately.

So is all this fear justified?

Absolutely not. If Kumekucha plans to revel his true identity to all and sundry soon, then it must be surely safe. Although there are people who already know my true identity already.

Then there is the fact that if everybody who read Kumekucha were to be traced and put behind bars it would mean arresting tens of thousands of Kenyans all over the world. In fact it would cripple media houses in Kenya because most of the newsrooms at Nation and Standard amongst other media would end up behind bars.

It is clear that the years of Nyayo House torture chambers and detention without trial, not to mention people disappearing in Ngong Forest have taken their toll on many Kenyans. We will need to rise above these fears if we stand any chance of taking our country back.

It is apt to leave you with this lesson from how they train elephants for the circus.

When they are young they are tied to a stake that is then hammered firmly to the ground. When the elephant is young it tries all it can to get away and is unable to. But guess what, when it grows older and stronger, it still believes that it is not worth pulling at the stake, after all it never worked all the years, why should it work now. And yet by this time a simple yank from the elephant would free it.

Ukweli Sasa!!

P.S. My research also showed that at least 40 per cent of the people leaving comments could be government agents, including some very popular well known commentator or two. This explains the low quality of debate, especially on issues that are sensitive to the government.

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5 comments:

Mteso said...

Chris, nothing can be taken for granted. It is our lives that are at stake here.
This is the sole reason why you are dilly dallying on revealing your own true identity.
I am 21 and I grew up knowing that politics is a dirty game. Very dirty indeed.
I am still a student. Imagine if I were to reveal my true identity here, which gvt would employ such a radical?
Two, I am from a minority community and a very poor family. If anything bad was to happen to me, trust me, even you would not know.
Justice would certainly not be done and I would be a forgotten past never to be remembered.
Let those of us who opt to remain anonymous be so!
You have the capability to hide but some of us dont.
Peace!!!!
Mungu abariki Kenya.

Bereta said...

I don't believe you Chris!!! where did you carry out the survey? or are you implying you know the people who post comments on kumekucha hence you consulted them personally? or are all this people one person....Chris!!! Check your dictionary for the meaning of the word Survey...

Anonymous said...

This Kumekucha guy is such a moron, eti you did a survey, amongst who. And why are you arogating yourself such importance? Kimekucha is just a propaganda forum and nobody takes you seriously.

Actually, I dont think Kenyans are afraid of anything anymore. i've seen some pretty treasonable posts on mashada and these people could care less.

Also, this IP address thing is meaningless since most people post from cafes, how can you trace a post to a particular person who posts from a PC at a cafe that is used by hundreds of people everyday.

Like i said before, I dont think you've smart at all, stick to political propaganda.

Anonymous said...

Chris,
Stick to Political goss and we will tag along gleefully...

Triffle with our intelligence and we will vote with our feet.

JM

Anonymous said...

chris,
you are a funny man but, do you work for nsis to be alerted before they make your life final? why are you calling for your death my friend? six feet under is a cold place to rest for eternity. Then, after afew months of moarning your wife is going to find another man and you know what she will do with him inside the house you have built, probably infront of your grand daughter. Some guys are crazy and they will not care to have sex with your wife four to ten times a day because you will be dead. Be careful my friend, you are nobody old man.

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