Re: Mbolea Ya Orgonite Inchini Somalia
Habari za jioni, Fatuma rafiki na dada wetu? Asante sana. Umebaka baraku kwetu. Mungu Hakubariki (asante Chris).
Greetings this evening, our sister and friend Fatuma. Thanks very much. You have become a blessing to us. God bless you. I'm eager to post reports in lovely Kiswahili but have only been studying it for a month. Mrs O assures me that in two more months I can begin to contribute, this way.
I had a sudden flash of something that might be prevision, yesterday, when I was corresponding with Dancan and the very strong impression was that Somalia will become a showplace of peace and prosperity within a few years. I wonder if the present war, which the City of London are undoubtedly fomenting and paying for, is the last gasp of the corporate order's control of East Africa. When I was in Uganda I saw clear signs that the region was getting clear of the parasitic, devastating influence of The City. Ugandans whom I met shared some stories about how horrible it was under the British-sponsored dictatorships, there, and I think that was as bad as Somalia is, now. Carol's time in Kenya was marked with considerable danger due to the relative lawlessness and extreme poverty of the area she was in. When it started raining regularly in the region, about a year and a half ago and thanks to our friends' charitable distribution of orgonite at the time, the crime rate plummeted because men were no longer idle and were able to plant crops. That big village where Carol worked, ten years ago, happens to be in between where Mrs Odondi, Chris and Nicholas are.
Rwanda has also come a long way, since then. In fact, the Rwandan farmers and fishermen whom Jane Ngugi of Uganda has been teaching about orgonite are trying their best to convince her to stay there
From the conditions that Mrs Odondi has been describing to me, now that their orgonite has revolutionized the fortunes of that area and far beyond it, it's evident that Western Kenya is now perhaps as peaceful and productive as Uganda was seven years ago during my stay, there. Carol and I look forward to returning as soon as we can so that we can bear witness to the progress personally, also so that we can serve our comrades, better
I'm sure we can expect to see the same positive developments in Somalia, now, and that the orgonite will exert enough constant pressure to force the British terrorists to let go of that region, just like they were forced to let go of Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan, not long ago.
Somalia was never completely colonized, by the way, so I've wondered if this is why the corporate terrorists in London have been so determined to destroy the people, there. Somalia and Ethiopia developed strong trade relations with Italy and Germany in the early 20th Century but London has never been interested in trade; only in parasitic conquest, as Benjamin Franklin's protegé, Thomas Paine, had warned the world after the American Revolution.
Coach Dooney, who had a grand time coaching our African friends in her chatroom recently, visited Carol and I this weekend to work on her aura camera documentation (for her gemstone bracelets) and she remarked that it would be interesting to read a history book that will be written a century from now. I suggested that it might read like a present-day conspiracy book
One of the most refreshing things, for me, about Africa and Africans is that the mind-numbing, Tavistock-based control of the masses that exists throughout all the industrialized countries is entirely absent on that continent, except for the relatively superficial control that the corporate-sponsored missionaries manage to accomplish, so one usually finds himself surrounded by genuine people. In America and Europe (I've never been to Asia) one has to use Aristotle's lantern to find someone who is not bludgeoned into the deadly mindset prescribed by the corporate order. Well, that was more true before what Joseph Farrell and others have referred to as the Internet Reformation. They compare the introduction of the internet, which is the best weapon against the present global tyranny, to the Gutenburg Press, which blew apart the dark age in Europe, which was a corporate accomplishment, perhaps by the same old families who are now based in London.
Of course, most Western authors still turn a blind eye to the even more vital influence of Islam in those centuries. Before the decline of Islam it was the greatest and most progressive civilizing influence in world history until then.
When I return to East Africa I'm going to be able to talk to just about anyone and I'm going to do my little part in destroying the old myths and prejudices that enabled London to enslave most of that continent. There are remains of civilizations all over that continent, all the way to Cape Town, that are older than anything we've ever heard about. I'm sure Credo Muttwa knows a lot about this. There are signs of technology in the ruins of Southern Africa that probably makes an Atlantean look like Rube Goldberg. Institutionalized archaeologists and their incredible 'peer review' process makes it convenient for them to ignore all that, of course.
A friend of ours in Europe, who still doesn't want to be named, extended a lot of financial help to our friends in the spring of 2009 and that enabled them to produce enough orgonite to distribute to farmers and fishermen in their region. He was made to suffer for that, a little bit later, but he's doing quite well, now, and we're getting better acquainted. He told me, for instance, that it was a vision that inspired him to lend them so much support: he saw the entire continent covered with points of light and he had a clear understanding that each one represented orgonite. This is a time in history that favors visionaries and I think it's a sign that our species is reaching maturity. This process can't be stopped, any more.
Usiku mwema (g'night)