This is an especially graphic video showing bloody riots in Kenya after the Presidential elections there (January 1, 2008). Barack Obama campaigned in the Kenyan Presidential race for Raila Odinga, a member of the Luo tribe, as is Senator Obama’s paternal family.
The Hill today, in Police prepare for unrest, report that cities across the U.S. are “beefing up their ranks for Election Day, preparing for possible civil unrest and riots after the historic presidential contest.”
Some worry that if Barack Obama loses and there is suspicion of foul play in the election, violence could ensue in cities with large black populations.
Honestly, what this says is, if Barack Obama does not win, it is suspicious. How does either side win with these attitudes?
Rush Limbaugh was musing yesterday that America is becoming a Banana Republic. What is happening in this country? What is happening to America’s long history of peaceful transference of power? Read this for a clue or two.
Background links on Obama-Odinga are provided at the end of this post along with an Australian report of a church set afire…death – and even death by machete for those who escaped the flames.
About a minute into this video, hear the woman say “I will never vote again.” Later it is reported that a Luo gang is calling itself the “Taliban.”
Background on Obama and Odinga:
Barack Obama’s Socialist and Communist Connections
Washington Times on Obana-Odinag-Genocide-Muslim Law
Odinga Obama Both are Luo
By the way, in the above video people may not have died in that particular church – but people did die in a church that day:
Related to all the above is a news account of extreme violence in Kenya after the elections, which Odinga did NOT win: The Australian reports:
EVEN the children were burnt alive.
In broad daylight, a crowd of Kenyans set a church filled with hundreds of terrified families on fire and listened to their screams as flames engulfed them.
According to witnesses including police and a Red Cross volunteer, those who escaped the Assemblies of God Church in Eldoret, about 300km west of Nairobi, were hunted down with machetes; others hid inside pit latrines.
With Mr Kibaki [the President] belonging to Kenya’s largest tribe, the Kikuyu, and Mr Odinga to the second-largest, the Luo, the violence has taken on a distinctly ethnic hue…,
Those massacred in the church were mostly Kikuyus. Kenya’s other 41 official tribes accuse them of monopolising political power and businesses at the expense of other tribes – accusations stridently taken up by supporters of Mr Odinga.