DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

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DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

Unread post by Energizer » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:42 am

Empty seats at Catholic University. Media and Civil Society busybodies furious and hopping mad that DP Ruto and Kalonzo have DARED snub these self righteous morons and the 100 million they spent down the drain...very good! Miguna vows to ensure the two candidates are not elected in 2022...suurrrre! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

Unread post by SaltyLight » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:45 pm

Kalonzo sold himself cheap. He should have gone for the debate. copy pasting has costed him

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Re: DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

Unread post by pj wa njambi » Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:42 pm

Skipping the debate was not a smart move for JP. Ruto is a good debater and would have helped articulate JPs accomplishments and goals in a setting where he can be grilled deeper and intelligently.

Smart move for NYASA because they have a lot of explaining to do including their infighting against "6 piss sut" and the confusion in Court/IEBC among other things.

Perhaps Ruto would have had a chance to explain THE possible election-crisis, complements of NYASA through the court system, by trying to complicate and delay elections.

Problem with our politicians is that they prefer those mass kamukunjis where they can arrive, vomit at the audience and leave without being engaged by the audience...all they care about is crowds and attention, and less about quality and honest dialogue with the audience regarding their position on important issues.
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Re: DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

Unread post by Energizer » Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:53 pm

PJ, the leading Kenyan media - Citizen, NTV and KTN, are hostile to Jubilee and have been openly campaigning for Raila/NASA since 2013. The group that organised these debates is top heavy with the said media people and also includes hostile civil society types.

When JP demanded discussion to decide on the mode of questioning plus who would be the moderators, the organisers arrogantly rejected the legitimate demand and even went ahead to name known pro-ODM characters in Yvonne Okwara, Joe Ageyo and Linus Kaikai as moderators! Why should Ruto and Uhuru knowingly walk to a slaughter?

Indeed, this was the whole purpose of separating the candidates between 'those who have polled less than 5%' and those polling above in Uhuru and Raila. Those with less than 5% were 6 and would have 90 minutes while UhuRuto and RaiLonzo would have 90 minutes, enough time to bait UhuRuto and cast them in bad light while not giving them enough time to respond adequately, i.e if Ageyo's conduct during the Nairobi Governor debate where he constantly interrupted Sonko and Miguna while giving Kidero a free pass, is anything to go by.

It reminds me how US media and CNN conducted a biased debate against Trump including giving Clinton questions beforehand. Considering the involvement of Soros sponsored civil society groups amongst the Kenya debate organisers, one cannot rule out similar collusion. Nope, there is no way Jubilee was walking into such a trap. The media claim they will lose 200m if there is no debate, but so what and whose fault is that...they've never heard that Jubilee knows about 'caveat emptor' or 'buyer beware'? They tried to sell Jubilee a Dolce and Gabbana perfumed skunk and failed...let them burn :lol: :lol: :lol:
pj wa njambi wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:42 pm
Skipping the debate was not a smart move for JP. Ruto is a good debater and would have helped articulate JPs accomplishments and goals in a setting where he can be grilled deeper and intelligently.

Smart move for NYASA because they have a lot of explaining to do including their infighting against "6 piss sut" and the confusion in Court/IEBC among other things.

Perhaps Ruto would have had a chance to explain THE possible election-crisis, complements of NYASA through the court system, by trying to complicate and delay elections.

Problem with our politicians is that they prefer those mass kamukunjis where they can arrive, vomit at the audience and leave without being engaged by the audience...all they care about is crowds and attention, and less about quality and honest dialogue with the audience regarding their position on important issues.
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Re: DP Ruto and Kalonzo skip media debate..

Unread post by pj wa njambi » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:21 pm

Got It Energizer, Perhaps they should have it at the new 5th Edition at Fort Hall School of Government :lol: :lol:

There is still a way out when Mainstream Media goes Rogue...The Citizens should go after advertisers and tell them that sponsoring the debate, they are biased and trying to influence elections...picket on their premises, boycott their products and burn their property because that is sabotage to democracy. Whenever this has happened (in the US) they have been quick to pull their money from media advertising. Unfortunately this can only be done through NGO that have their agenda balanced. Our NGOs are not that level especially when their slave masters are the soros and Vanguard Africa.
Energizer wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:53 pm
PJ, the leading Kenyan media - Citizen, NTV and KTN, are hostile to Jubilee and have been openly campaigning for Raila/NASA since 2013. The group that organised these debates is top heavy with the said media people and also includes hostile civil society types.

When JP demanded discussion to decide on the mode of questioning plus who would be the moderators, the organisers arrogantly rejected the legitimate demand and even went ahead to name known pro-ODM characters in Yvonne Okwara, Joe Ageyo and Linus Kaikai as moderators! Why should Ruto and Uhuru knowingly walk to a slaughter?

Indeed, this was the whole purpose of separating the candidates between 'those who have polled less than 5%' and those polling above in Uhuru and Raila. Those with less than 5% were 6 and would have 90 minutes while UhuRuto and RaiLonzo would have 90 minutes, enough time to bait UhuRuto and cast them in bad light while not giving them enough time to respond adequately, i.e if Ageyo's conduct during the Nairobi Governor debate where he constantly interrupted Sonko and Miguna while giving Kidero a free pass, is anything to go by.

It reminds me how US media and CNN conducted a biased debate against Trump including giving Clinton questions beforehand. Considering the involvement of Soros sponsored civil society groups amongst the Kenya debate organisers, one cannot rule out similar collusion. Nope, there is no way Jubilee was walking into such a trap. The media claim they will lose 200m if there is no debate, but so what and whose fault is that...they've never heard that Jubilee knows about 'caveat emptor' or 'buyer beware'? They tried to sell Jubilee a Dolce and Gabbana perfumed skunk and failed...let them burn :lol: :lol: :lol:
pj wa njambi wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:42 pm
Skipping the debate was not a smart move for JP. Ruto is a good debater and would have helped articulate JPs accomplishments and goals in a setting where he can be grilled deeper and intelligently.

Smart move for NYASA because they have a lot of explaining to do including their infighting against "6 piss sut" and the confusion in Court/IEBC among other things.

Perhaps Ruto would have had a chance to explain THE possible election-crisis, complements of NYASA through the court system, by trying to complicate and delay elections.

Problem with our politicians is that they prefer those mass kamukunjis where they can arrive, vomit at the audience and leave without being engaged by the audience...all they care about is crowds and attention, and less about quality and honest dialogue with the audience regarding their position on important issues.
God makes everything come out right; he puts victims back on their feet. Psalm 103: 6 (The Message Translation)

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