Evidence of Uhuru’s Humialtion in the UK: Meeting Hague “In the Margins”

MEETING HAGUE IN THE MARGINS

SOMALI PRESIDENT “HONOURED” INSTEAD

CAMERON SOMALI PRESIDENT

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  • Oppen Society Democracy

    Those who love democracy must accept and respect human Rights ,There was no way Mr David Cameron from Civilized World was going to be photographs with Mad Dog Nigger Dictators Suffering from rabies:Mr.Kenyatta is a wanted Criminal by the ICC in Hague ! Mr Went to United Kingdom to be humiliated Becouse before Going to England Both Uk newspapers like The SkyNews and the Gurdian has writted a very big Artical in their Front-Page Calling Uhuru Kenyatta a Wanted Criminal by ICC in Hague ,Yet Uhuru and his NSIS (Useless) advisors failed miserably to advise Uhuru not to Avail himself to that LOndon Conference: but as always the saying Niggers will never learn .Let Uhuru and Museveni Kaguta receieve what Niggers deserve! Untill thy Kingdom Come.Museveni and Kibaki (this time ) Uhuru Kenyatta has served the Western Imperialism with Gusto Only to be Paid with (faecet)Their Countries has lost young men(soldiers) fighting in Somali only to receive White-mans Food(humiliation) Let the sleeping dogs lie(low) It is a Pity in this 21st Century black-man bow and Knell in the feets of a white-man/Woman!

  • Keen Observer

    Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto entered a shit-pit hole(walitupa mawe Police station)The prosecution at the International Criminal Court ( ICC) has now amended charges against President Uhuru Kenyatta to include killings through gunshots in Naivasha. In a new updated Document Containing Charges (DCC) released by the prosecution to the Trial Chamber V judges, Uhuru’s charges now indicate that gunshots were also used in killings in Naivasha. “The Mungiki and pro-Party of National Unity (PNU) youth were deployed to various parts of Nakuru, including Kaptembwa, Kwa Rhoda, Mwariki, Free Area and Kiti, where they attacked the targeted civilians using various weapons, including guns, broken bottles, machetes, knives and petrol bombs,” the new DCC indicates. “Some victims were beheaded, and in some instances, the Mungiki and pro-PNU youth shot their victims and then mutilated their bodies to conceal the gunshot wounds,” the Document adds. The updated document also indicates that Uhuru was individually responsible for the crimes committed during the 2008 post-poll violence, following the withdrawal of charges against former Civil Service chief Francis Muthaura. The Pre-Trial Chamber in March allowed the prosecution to amend Kenyatta’s charges to include the gunshot charge, arguing that from some four witness statements, it was clear guns such as G3 rifles and AK-47 were used in the killings in Naivasha. – The Standard

  • Hysop Mudhaba

    Things Uhuru Kenyatta must do Ligalize Homosexuality and Lesbianism in Kenya very Quickly and give it first Priority: Allow Kenyas Jobless youth to sell their Pussyis to Both Localand foreign tourists : etc etc becouse this thing is done openly in Kenya>http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/?articleID=2000083271&story_title=australian-wants-homosexuality-legalised-in-kenya

  • vIctor Okapi

    Presidents Kenyatta and Museveni ‘Humiliated’ At The Somalia Conference In London
    Presidents Kenyatta and Museveni ‘Humiliated’ At The Somalia Conference In London
    May 8, 2013|Posted in: Global Cameron and President Mohamud of Somalia shake hands for the revered photo-shoot between visiting dignitaries and the British premier at No 10 Downing Street. There was no such thing for Kenyan and Ugandan leaders who are largely responsible for bringing peace to Somalia.

    By: By Henry D Gombya for the London Evening Post.

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    The United Kingdom today stands accused of ’humiliating’ the leaders of two countries that have made peace possible in what was until only recently a failed Horn of Africa country that comes under the name of Somalia, by making sure that they were not photographed alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron.

    After the failure of what was once the world’s only super power, the United States of America (USA) to bring order to a battle-ridden Somalia, and after the failure of Ethiopia under the leadership of the late Prime Minister Zenawi to do the same, in came Uganda under the leadership of President Yoweri Museveni who sent in Ugandan soldiers to take on the Somali fighting tribes, especially the al Qaeda-leaning Al Shabaab.

    While other countries like Burundi have also played their part in stabilising Somalia, Ugandan’s leading role is unmistakeable. And less than two years ago, Kenya joined in when former President Mwai Kibaki ordered his troops to take on the Al Shabaab. It could be fair to argue that without the input that these East African countries have displayed, Somalia would today still be a failed state with warring armies controlling different parts of the country.

    At yesterday’s Somalia conference, the Kenyan and Ugandan leaders were largely ignored and British officials went out of their way to make sure that British Prime Minister David Cameron was not photographed with any of them. And with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, it was certainly embarrassing that a leader who has just come to power through a rare free and fair election in Africa could not be offered a photo opportunity with the British Prime Minister after he (Kenyatta) made Britain the first country he has accepted to visit since his election last March.

    While Kenya’s leading English daily, the Daily Nation ran with a headline that Mr Kenyatta had held talks with the British premier, it was quite surprising that not a single photo appeared anywhere to confirm this meeting. Frantic searches by this online newspaper in the Downing Street photo library as well as that of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) did not find any evidence that Mr Kenyatta or President Museveni had been given a photo opportunity, if only for Britain to thank them for sacrificing their soldiers to bring peace to Somalia, something that the mighty USA failed to do and what no British Prime Minister dared to get involved in.

    The only evidence we found that Mr Kenyatta had held talks with the British Government was when the FCO sent us a press release stating that British Foreign Minister William Hague had held talks with Mr Kenyatta. There was no mention at all of similar talks having been held with Mr Cameron. And as is usually the case when such a high profile visitor meets either the Foreign Secretary of the Prime Minister, a photo was indeed available showing Kenyatta sitting down with Mr Hague in Lancaster House where the Somali Conference was held. There was neither a press statement regarding the meeting, nor any photo that this meeting had taken place.

    We were also able to find that while Kenyatta and Museveni were ignored, Somali President was feted and there were plenty of photo opportunities accorded to him and the British Prime Minister. While President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was photographed in front of the famous entrance to the British Prime Minister’s official residence, No 10 Downing Street and was also pictured arriving at Lancaster House with Mr Cameron, the only photo available to the media was that of President Kenyatta being welcomed to Lancaster House by the British Africa Minister Phillip Hammond. There were also other photos of Kenyatta at the Somalia Conference but in most of them, those photographed with him had been carefully edited out.

    While President Kenyatta was largely ignored by his British hosts, he did not show any ill-feelings and was seen throughout the day in what one can describe as a jovial mood. On the other hand, the Ugandan leader who has been in power since 1986, showed obvious signs that his long stay in power may be taking its toll. He looked tired and uninterested in whatever was going on around him.

    In a press release after meeting the Kenyan President, Mr Hague said both countries had discussed how best to support the Somali government. Mr Hague added that Britain recognised the vital role Kenya had played in contributing troops to the African Union forces and was also aware Kenya’s role in offering refuge to Somali refugees.

    Referring to the International Criminal Court (ICC) case that is hanging around Mr Kenyatta’s neck, Mr Hague acknowledged ‘President Kenyatta’s commitment to the judicial process’. Speaking to the press after the meeting he said: “I expressed gratitude for Kenya’s significant contribution to bringing security to Somalia through the AU Mission in Somalia, and welcomed the progress made in recent discussions between regional leaders and the Somali President on building political stability in Somalia.”

    Mr Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are under indictment by the ICC for crimes against humanity following the disturbances in the 2007 general election where an estimated 1100 people were killed in the aftermath of the disputed results. Both deny the allegations and have vowed to clear their names.http://www.kenya-today.com/global/presidents-uhuru-kenyatta-and-museveni-humiliated-in-london

  • Jamlick Wambare.

    This Kithongo guy is the Most hated by Kikuyu’s>
    http://www.kenyan-post.com/2013/05/odingaism-in-kenya-politics-unenviable.html

  • Madharau Kweli.

    At yesterday’s Somalia conference, the Kenyan and Ugandan leaders were largely ignored and British officials went out of their way to make sure that British Prime Minister David Cameron was not photographed with any of them. And with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, it was certainly embarrassing that a leader who has just come to power through a rare free and fair election in Africa could not be offered a photo opportunity with the British Prime Minister after he (Kenyatta) made Britain the first country he has accepted to visit since his election last March.

    We were also able to find that while Kenyatta and Museveni were ignored, Somali President was feted and there were plenty of photo opportunities accorded to him and the British Prime Minister. While President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was photographed in front of the famous entrance to the British Prime Minister’s official residence, No 10 Downing Street and was also pictured arriving at Lancaster House with Mr Cameron, the only photo available to the media was that of President Kenyatta being welcomed to Lancaster House by the British Africa Minister Phillip Hammond. There were also other photos of Kenyatta at the Somalia Conference but in most of them, those photographed with him had been carefully edited out.

  • Kenyatta, Ruto and the ICC: major diplomatic earthquake in the offing – By Richard Dowden
    May 8, 2013

    Everyone is so relieved that the Kenyan election this year did not result in a repeat of ethnic violence after the 2007 election, that we seem to have forgotten that both President Uhuru Kenyatta and Vice President William Ruto have been summoned to appear at the International Criminal Court in The Hague charged with crimes against humanity.

    This week Kenyatta was invited to London to attend the conference on Somalia, Kenya’s troublesome northern neighbour. Everyone else charged with crimes against humanity by the ICC has been arrested on sight and locked up to await trial. But instead of slipping on the handcuffs this week, Mr Cameron grasped Mr Kenyatta warmly by the hand and welcomed him to London. He argues that Mr Kenyatta is cooperating with the court. That remains to be seen. Kenyatta must report to the ICC in The Hague on July 9th, Ruto on May 28th.

    There are precedents here. Mrs Thatcher embraced Augusto Pinochet of Chile, another murderous dictator but one who helped Britain during the Falklands war, because he too was an enemy of Argentina. And Tony Blair embraced Colonel Gadaffi when he dropped his nuclear programme. But their crimes were committed before the ICC was established.

    No one seems to have thought about the possibility that a murderous warlord might be elected president of a country which is a close ally of Britain and the US and vital to the security and prosperity of East Africa. When Britain and 121 other countries ratified the Rome statute establishing the ICC (a further 31 signed but have not yet ratified), it was assumed that states would cooperate with the Court. No one envisaged a situation in which someone indicted for crimes against humanity would be elected president.

    So will Kenyatta and Ruto dutifully surrender themselves to the court on their appointed dates? Will they then continue to try to run Kenya by skype from a cell in a Dutch prison for the next few years? Unthinkable. Even if they agreed to go, Kenyans – including the middle classes – will lie down on the road to the airport to prevent them going. Never mind that Kenya was given the choice to hold them to account in the Kenyan courts but failed to do so. Never mind that Kenya’s international treaty obligations oblige the country to deliver them to The Hague. Never mind that both should already have been arrested by the Kenyan police and put on a plane, delivered to the court and locked up. They are not going to go.

    When Kofi Annan issued the names of those culpable for the murder and mayhem that tore Kenya apart in 2008, he gave them a choice of going to The Hague or being tried in Kenya. Both Kenyatta and Ruto argued in favour of The Hague rather than the Kenyan courts, believing that somehow it would never happen. When The Hague issued summonses they went swiftly into reverse. Too late! Then they argued that they did not have to come in person. Extraordinarily, given that they are accused of crimes against humanity, no arrest warrants have been issued by the Kenyan state or anyone else.

    Many Kenyans believe that the charges will be quietly dropped. They believe that Western governments control the Court and it will do their bidding. President Obama and or Prime Minister David Cameron, they believe, will simply phone up the International Criminal Court and tell it to drop the charges. That belief will be strengthened by the sight of Mr Cameron greeting their president in London this week.

    I used to think that Britain’s obligation to the ICC would trump its relationship with Kenyan politicians but now I am not so sure. Either way a major train smash is on the way. I cannot see any way of avoiding it. It’s either the end of the ICC or a deep rift between those committed to the ICC and Africa. It sounds like a perfect opportunity for China – another ICC non signatory – to strengthen its already dominant new position in Africa.

    Western countries, Britain in particular (being Kenya’s closest ally outside Africa) are faced with a hard choice: abandon the ICC or isolate their closest political and security ally in East and the Horn of Africa. Britain and western countries benefit hugely from a stable, prosperous Kenya. In Mombasa Kenya has the best port on the western Indian Ocean. 5000 Kenyan troops are in Somalia helping to restore peace and Britain is taking the lead in establishing a legitimate government there. A huge space in northern Kenya is also the British army’s training ground for hot weather warfare. British troops heading to Afghanistan spend time acclimatising to hot conditions and training there. And Britain wants economic success stories in Africa. Kenya has a dynamic economy and has just discovered oil. Five of the top ten tax paying companies in Kenya are British and economic ties are strong. At a time of fragile security in the whole of the Horn of Africa as well as the growing economic influence of China in the area, is this the moment to put Kenya in the deep freeze?

    Against this argument is the demand for a system of international justice where politicians are no longer above the law and can hire gangs of thugs and hit-men to destroy their opponents. In Africa however there is a strong feeling that the ICC is specifically targeting those from the continent. The vast majority of those convicted by the ICC and its affiliates are indeed African. The only president facing trial is Omar Beshir of Sudan who has been charged with crimes against humanity in Darfur. There was once talk of sending snatch squads to capture him but he travels around Africa freely with no threat of arrest in most countries.

    So what will happen? Unless anything changes, when Kenya fails to deliver those charged to The Hague it will be punished by international sanctions. As Johnny Carson, the retiring United States Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, said “choices have consequences”. America’s president may be half Kenyan but he is not sentimental about it. Contact with Kenya by countries who have ratified the ICC charter will be reduced to a minimum – essential business only. The President and Vice President of Kenya will be unable to travel except to countries that do not recognise the court. Aid to Kenya, including training the Kenyan armed forces, will be cut. British and US naval ships will stop using Mombasa port. Kenyans will find it harder to come to Europe and the US.

    The fact is that the Kenyan elite – like many in Africa – simply do not recognise that they are subject to the law. Politically powerful, exceedingly wealthy and above the law, no state official would dare touch them. Throughout the years they have regularly looted the state through scams such as Goldenburg and Anglo Leasing but not one of them has been sent to jail. That is why the rest of the Kenyan elite have rallied round and supported them in the name of nationalism fighting off “British colonialism”.

    There are some manoeuvres that Kenyatta, Ruto and the others accused can deploy to delay their trials. Kenya could repudiate the treaty, withdraw from the court and refuse to send those accused for trial. There is widespread demand in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa to withdraw from the ICC but under international law that would not affect the cases already started.

    After that the options narrow. For example under Chapter VII, the UN Security Council can adopt a resolution requesting the Court not to commence an investigation or prosecution for up to 12 months. Kenyatta and Ruto have both requested a delay in the beginning of the trial and asked if they can appear by video link or that the trial is held in Kenya or Arusha (Tanzania). The court is looking at a request for delay in Kenyatta’s trial until November but it looks unlikely to bend on other issues. The larger threat is that witnesses will be prevented from attending. At least two key witnesses in the Kenyatta case are reported to have either disappeared and are believed to have been murdered. Others have withdrawn their statements. The case might collapse.

    The case against Ruto is said to be much stronger. Ruto is the Kalenjin leader and the worst killing that took place in 2008 was between Kalenjin and Kikuyu. Kenyatta and Ruto then established an ethnic alliance which made sure the war between them did not break out again and their combined numbers would secure electoral victory. But if Ruto goes to The Hague but not Kenyatta there may be war between the two groups again.

    Whichever way you look at it a major diplomatic earthquake is about to happen.

  • Flag as inappropriateIts amazing we only remember PEV of yr 2007. what happened in 1987,1992, 1997, 2002. Kikuyus were slaughtered in hundreds without even media reports.
    That time uhuru n Ruto were small boys outside the political arena.
    ICC should first try election violets b4 2007 b4 shoutin on 2007. uhuru
    & ruto should be allowed to resettle the displaced and mediate a
    co-existance of the warring communities. What happened to Tana delta
    massacre, mt elgon, trans mara n bungoma? was it stil uhuruto. LET GROW
    UP!!! Kikuyu People (The God’s) Chosen Tribe among other 41 Gentile tribes) Will Tawala This Country For Ever! Why can’t these other 41 tribes Shut-up and accept Kikuyus wise Leadership for their Generations? How do you exept a Turkana Illitrate Masai’s to lead in a developed Country like Kenya No way Only the Most Educated Sons & daughters of Moobi that should Lead!

  • IT should have been obvious that uhuruto aka jubilee will not be given red carpet at downing steert.uhuru could only be given essential contact at side walks of the conference,he swallowed the bait to go london given he is largely idle in statehouse nairobi unable to walk the talk in government surrounded by novice lasy corrupt tribal alies only excluding majpority of kenyans.
    uhuruto must affirm respect for democrasy,rule of law,stem rising insecurity,crisis of confidece in judiciary especially supreme court judges,embrace diversity in public office appointments,refrain from unleashing his dogs in jubilee civil service from udermining icc and honour his word in deed,no international community of nations can take him seriously and engage him in meaningful dialogue.let him use rwanda and uganda as his errand boys in diplomacy but in the end nothing will come off it.

  • Uhuru supporters will have the last laugh when the truth comes out and coached witnesses out themselves without prompting.

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