The Kenyan immunity to impunity…



I am a good citizen, because I am a law abiding Kenyan. I also happen to pay for things I want which consequently translates to me paying taxes. I work hard, I help my country men when I can (and I want to). But one thing that really gets so deep into my nerves is someone taking advantage of me, and continues to laugh at me with their friends and still affords the luxury of a free man because there is nothing I can do about it. What hurts even worse is the fact that they are your elder sibling who are supposed to protect you. Tell me, am I not justified to be angry?


Why does Matiangi think he is above the law?!

Even Uhuru went to Hague while a president! Matiangi is a performer I agree, but an extremist performer. An inferno might require extreme measures, but a mild situation barely requires the use of force. Mahatma Gandhi envisioned a revolution without blood, and he achieved it. Surely, Matiangi could use some pre-school curriculum! I mean, how do you expect me to obey the law if the person guarding the law is breaking it? I don’t care what important meetings you have, just appear in the damn court! You can respond like Boinet if you want to, but just be a leader when its most needed and match up to the court room! It is uncouth to disobey court orders. Miguna Miguna issue could be anything from a national security to a weak man’s desperate demand for respect, but law is law, and it governs everyone. But still, deporting Miguna to Dubai?? It still doesn’t make sense to me…


Why is Kenyatta not in power?

I mean, really, can someone please tell Uhuru to take the steering wheel and drive this country. How is Matiangi doing all this unquestioned? I really, really, really liked Kibaki. He governed with wisdom. He didn’t want a legacy, he just did what was right for all Kenyans. We had near zero national debts, now look at where we are! Uhuru Kenyatta is a great guy for sure, I don’t know but I’ll bet he is a good man too, but we need him to be our president now!


Is this the Kenya we want?

Personally speaking, had I not been a Kenyan, I would never invest here. Anyone in government can just walk in your business and say,

“hello, is this YYY enterprises? I want everything you have earned under my name!”

I don’t feel safe anymore. I fear for my just country men too. If this I what Raila was fighting for, then let’s make him the president (excluding kalonzo, weta, and ma-dvd). I am willing to vote in Joho in exchange of impunity. Billions meant for medical sector were stolen and not a single soul has been prosecuted! Yet, we blame hospital officials for negligence and misconduct when the real culprit is the government! How do you blame your legs for taking you where you don’t want to go? It’s the head that is the problem. We are being led with psychopathic mentality meant to instill fear through intimidation.


What can we do?

Personally, I really don’t know! But am open to any practical idea. Is there a petition we can sign? Can we rally? Can we demonstrate? Can we boycott anything? I really am open to any practical idea! I have never been to the streets demonstrating for anything, but if this is the course, then I will…

Financial Independence Quotes

Don’t sell out your virtues, values and principles to the pursuit of your goals ~ Jim Rohn

Wages will make you a living, profits will make you a fortune ~ Jim Rohn

The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender ~ Proverbs 22:7

Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come. ~ Victor Hugo


No youth should save, but invest;

No youth should save, but invest; because not risking is even a greater risk. Create, don’t accumulate! The older you get, your creativity reduces, and so does your opportunities to invest.

Time-Cheating, Life University Strategies


For those fellas who still hold the intention of going back to school but complain of lack of time and money, here are some time-cheating, “life university” strategies.

  1. Driving University: Listen to audio books or financial news radio while stuck in traffic. Traffic nuisances transformed to education.
  2. Exercise University: Absorb books, podcasts, and magazines while exercising at the gym. In between sets, on the treadmill, or on the stationary bike, exercise is transformed to education.
  3. Waiting University: Bring something to read with you when you anticipate a painful wait: Airports, doctor’s offices, and your state’s brutal motor vehicle department. Don’t sit there and twiddle your thumbs— learn!
  4. Toilet University: Never throne without reading something of educational value. Extend your “sit time” (even after you finish) with the intent of learning something new, every single day. Toilet University is the best place to change learn, since it occurs daily and the time expenditure cannot be avoided. This means the return on your time investment is infinite! Toilet time transformed to education. 
  5. Jobbing University: If you can, read during work downtimes. Dead-end jobs transformed to education.
  6. TV-Time University: Can’t wean yourself off the TV? No problem; put a television near your workspace and simultaneously work your plan while the TV does its thing. Watching transformed to work and education.

Think about the time you already use. How many hours do you waste in the trivialities of life? This time doesn’t need to be lost, or wasted.

To start, choose a topic that interests you or an area in your life that needs improvement. Not good at sales or writing? Get to the library and start reading. I can’t stress enough that the more knowledge you consume, the more torque you create.

Source: The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime – MJ DeMarco – Google Books