In the preamble of Kenya’s Constitution, the first word is “ACKNOWLEDGING the supremacy of the Almighty God of all creation.”
The Messiah recognized Czars but upheld his Citizenship, and at no time did he give up his sovereignty.
The Constitution is meant to reinforce citizens sovereignty and freedom, as stated in article 1;1
“All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution.”
But this sovereignty has been usurped and abused with impunity by State actors without receiving any resistance.
The worst is when the state is being auctioned to foreign ideas at a time when the people are becoming increasingly impotent while the government grows larger and more powerful.
There is no freedom without bravery, freedom is not reserved for those unwilling to fight for it.
Revolutions do not go backward. THE IDEOLOGY OF CHANGE moves forward.
The REVOLUTIONARY FORCE today has two targets, moral (governance) and Economic.
The preferred World can be seen any evening on television in the succession of programs where the good always wins—that is, until the late evening newscast, when suddenly we are plunged into the World as it is.
Every election we hope, yet our hopes get deferred..
We have witnessed several types of freedom:
Freedom from colonial powers,
Freedom from dictatorship,
Freedom from mono-partyism,
And and 2010 constitutional reforms.
Freedom indeed is a continuing pursuit…it is never a fixed target…that is why today we see numerous zones in our community that need liberation.
We can’t afford to be stuck in archaic political ideology ( constitution reform) for purposes of 2022 political parties/individualistic relevance to abort the timely and ripe governance and economic reforms.
Key, is that it’s time for Kenyans to be set free.
Free from the infamous political belly-dancers… leaders whose stomachs have become their heads.
Free from the lie that good leaders do not exist in Kenya…that we can only choose the lesser among evils.
Economic freedom is inevitable.
“The Revolution was effected before the war commenced,” John Adams wrote.
The Revolution must be in the hearts and minds of the people … This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments and affections of the people is the real Kenya Revolution.” A revolution without a prior reformation would collapse or become a totalitarian tyranny.
A reformation means that masses of our people have reached the point of disillusionment with past ways and values. They don’t know what will work but they do know that the prevailing system is self-defeating, frustrating, and hopeless.
They won’t act for change but won’t strongly oppose those who do. The time is then ripe for revolution.
It is a grave situation when a people resign their citizenship or when a resident of a great city, though he may desire to take a hand, lacks the means to participate. That citizen sinks further into apathy, anonymity, and depersonalization. The result is that he comes to depend on public authority and a state of civic-sclerosis sets in.
It is becoming evidently clear that constitutional reforms will not satisfy that hunger for change.
Better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.’ This means revolution.