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PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 5:28 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Exclamation   Israel had warned Kenya for months!  
Sept. 29, 2013
Israel had warned of attacks on their business interests since 2012, and they were specific with targets, including Westgate.
The intel was given to high-ranking Nairobi officials, indicating dates and locations at risk.
Kenya chief of staff and 4 key cabinet ministers received the warnings but failed to take action.
Israel told the Kenyan government that Iran and Hellzballah were looking to attack Israeli-owned targets during the September Jewish holidays. The Westgate Mall is partly owned by Israelis.

NEW Terrorist tactic to spare Muslims in attacks.  
Now THAT is a sure sign of NWO involvment!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Westgate mall attack: how Kenya media exposed the army's botched response
2 November 2013
 Kenyans should resist attempts to introduce legislation that would restrict press freedom.
Nairobi senator Mike Sonko is eccentric, slightly erratic and blessed with a popular touch and a political nous that belie his clownish persona.
Following the Westgate attacks, he bought 8 parachutes for him and his staff of 7 to glide out of their 25th-floor office at the Kenyatta Conference Centre and down to safety in the event of terrorists storming the building.

The siege at the mall and the cruelty of the attackers, who murdered pregnant women and children attending a cooking competition shocked people around the world.
But Kenyans must also take in the shocking revelations of official bungling on an epic, even criminal scale that characterised the response to the attack.

Kenya has a famously vibrant media sector. It has faced criticism in the past, but after Westgate it was at its finest. The Daily Nation, Kenya's best-selling newspaper, revealed that army special forces soldiers shot the commander of an elite police unit in a friendly-fire incident that prompted the Israeli-trained police squad to pull out of the rescue mission.
The most devastating news was video footage that showed soldiers helping themselves to expensive phones and other items at Westgate after they had shelled the terrorists' hideout.
(Was it really accidental?  Or was this a false flag everyone wasnt in on? )
The Kenyan military now has a serious credibility problem following revelations that troops could not resist the temptation to line their pockets.
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In rare move, Uganda leader publicly tests for HIV

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Uganda's president tested for HIV in public on Friday to encourage millions of untested people to check their status, a critical step to stemming the spread of the virus in the East African country.

Public leaders rarely test for HIV in public in Uganda, despite recommendations from health workers that it would set a good example in a country that has seen HIV infection rates increasing. Uganda was once a global leader in efforts to fight AIDS.

Not all government officials at the Friday event in the capital, Kampala, joined the president in testing.

Ugandan officials have said they want to test 15 million people by the end of 2014. They acknowledge it will be hard to reach that target, the reason they want the president to be a "role model."

"Therefore, all Ugandans, test (for HIV). Find out your status and let the state and health workers manage you accordingly," said President Yoweri Museveni.

The HIV rate in Uganda stands at 7.3 percent, up from 6.4 percent in 2005, according to a 2011 survey by Uganda's Ministry of Health. Ugandan officials who presided over its reduction from 18 percent in 1992 to 6.4 percent in 2005 say they are confounded by the increase.

Ugandans health officials say more married couples are getting infected, in part because of what campaigners have dubbed a "sexual network" in which married Ugandans maintain secret lovers. One billboard in Kampala urges couples to "put your love to the test" by testing for HIV.

Museveni and his wife are "leading by example in a bid to roll back the HIV epidemic in Uganda," the Uganda AIDS Commission, the local body tasked with fighting AIDS, said, though the first lady did not attend the event where Museveni was tested.

Experts say HIV testing is critical to preventing new infections because those who know their status are less likely to engage in risky sexual behavior. But getting people to test for HIV has proved difficult in Uganda, where rampant stigma persists and where thousands get infected each year.

The rise in new infections is stretching the ability of Uganda's government and donors to provide HIV and AIDS treatment. More than 500,000 Ugandans need AIDS treatment, many accessing it through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, or PEPFAR.

If Ugandans reach their testing goal, at least 400,000 more people will likely be in need of AIDS treatment, according to Musa Bungudu, the Uganda coordinator for the United Nations' AIDS agency.

Uganda once earned a global reputation for successfully putting in place a policy called ABC: Abstain, be faithful, or use condoms. Students of a certain generation were shown videos of the devastating toll of AIDS on the human body, and then told to postpone the first act of intercourse. But critics of Uganda's policy to fight AIDS say the country recently has focused more on treatment rather than prevention.

Uganda's government now has added male circumcision to the plan to fight HIV and AIDS, in response to studies showing the procedure reduces the risk among African men of getting HIV in half.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kenyans chase down and catch cheetahs
15 November 2013
Four villagers in north-east Kenya have chased down and captured two cheetahs which were killing their goats.
The owner of the goats told the BBC that the cheetahs had been picking off his animals one by one, day by day.
The men waited until the hottest part of the day before launching the chase over a distance of four miles (6.4km).
The cheetahs got so tired they could not run any more. The villagers captured them alive and handed them over to the Kenya Wildlife Service.
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Pilot deliberately crashed Mozambique plane
22 December 2013
The pilot of a Mozambican airliner that crashed in Namibia deliberately brought the plane down, aviation experts in Mozambique believe.
Mozambican Airlines flight TM470 left the capital Maputo bound for Angola on 29 November, but crashed, killing all 33 people all board.
The Civil Aviation Institute said the pilot made a "deliberate series of manoeuvres" causing the crash.
The pilot's motives are unknown, and the investigation is continuing.

The plane went down in heavy rain in Namibia's Bwabwata National Park.
the pilot, Hermino dos Santos Fernandes, had a "clear intention" to crash.
Dos Santos Fernandes locked himself in the cockpit, and did not allow his co-pilot back inside until moments before the plane hit the ground, Mr Abreu said.

During these actions you can hear low and high-intensity alarm signals and repeated beating against the door with demands to come into the cockpit, he was quoted as saying by state news agency AIM.
The reasons which may have given rise to this behaviour are unknown.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

African Christians Plight
Jan. 6, 2014
 The vulnerability of Christians in the Central African Republic (CAR) is being overlooked.
Christians have been specifically targeted since the March coup.
Near as I can discern, jihadist Muslims came in from neighbouring Chad and Sudan to kill Christians.
13 pastors have been killed and many Christian churches, homes and schools burned down, while Muslims have largely been left alone.

​4 dead in Kenya church attack
Mar 24, 2014
 Four people were killed and others wounded in an attack on a church in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, Reuters reported. The attack occurred when two gunmen began shooting at worshippers. "Both carried big guns and began shooting all over the place. I fell to the ground and could hear screams," said witness Lilian Omondi. Another witness described one of the gunmen shouting in a different language before starting to shoot.

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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 5:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

AFRICA -  Kenya explosives kill 3
May 4, 2014
Three people were killed, dozens wounded in twin blasts in Barak Obama birthplace of Mombasa Kenya.  They were killed in a grenade attack on a packed bus in the Mombasa bus terminal.,
and elsewhere by a bag packed with explosives at a crowded Nyali beach.
This sort of coordinated attack using hand grenades on a vehicle is typical of Somali al Shabaab Muslim jihadists. debka

China East Africa railway
May 12, 2014
Formal agreements for plans to build a new railway line in East Africa with Chinese help have been signed in Nairobi Kenya.  It is to run from Mombasa (where Barry Obama was born) to Nairobi and will extend eventually via Uganda to Rwanda and South Sudan.
Construction is expected to start in October 2014 and finish in early 2018.
The costs of moving people and goods will fall sharply.

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13 killed, 70 injured in two explosions in Nairobi
May 16, 2014
 One explosion was in a minibus and the second at the Gikomba market in the center of the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. The blasts which killed at least 13 people and injured 70 Friday were caused by grenades, according to the town’s police commander. They followed travel alerts, warning of a high threat of terrorist attacks issued by the US, Australia and Britain, as a result of which hundreds of vacationers were evacuated from Nairobi and Mombasa Thursday. Kenyan authorities called the warnings unfriendly acts.
DEBKAfile: The outrage was attributed to the al Qaeda-linked Somali al-Shabaab.

Kenyan Market Explosions in Capital Kill at Least 10 People

Two explosions, aboard a minibus and at a crowded outdoor market, killed 10 people in Nairobi, Kenya, Friday with Islamist militants suspected.
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Kenya attacked, al-Shabab blamed
June 16, 2014  
48 killed when Somali Muslim terrorists attacked hotels and a police station in Kenya.
The attackers heard shouting in Somali.
Gun battles in Mpeketoni (just south of Somali) went on for several hours and buildings set on fire.
Hotels, restaurants, banks and government offices set afire.
The town is near Lamu island, a well-known tourist resort.
Terrorists threw explosives into the local police station before entering and stealing weapons.
The UK government closed its consulate in Mombasa, citing heightened security threats.

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