Re: Safari Ya Liboi Na Ligh Ganana
Over here, visionaries are kind of rare but you probably noticed that among the Kikundi there are several people of vision and I think it's due to Africans not having been conditioned for millenia to ignore their intuitive promptings in favor of force-fed dogma.
Africa was missionized fairly recently, for instance. I gather that the people in the cities are more likely to follow this dogma than people in the countryside and the Kikundi are mainly people from rural areas.
Focusing on the rivers in Somalia is very wise, I think. Our friends were delighted to discover, years ago, that tossing orgonite in the lakes and rivers of East Africa began producing rainfall almost immediately, as well as cleaning up the waters. Over there, most people still get their drinking, washing and cooking water from streams and lakes so cleaning those is far more significant than it is in the developed countries.
Re-establishing agriculture in the gifted areas also has far reaching benefits beyond just feeding people properly: it reduces the crime rate because farmers can get back to work and it boosts the economy, which increases human happiness.
I gather that this is the way Africa mostly was before the arrival of the Europeans. The Arabs and Indians who traded in East Africa for perhaps thousands of years before that didn't poison the cultures they found, there. Even the issue of slavery was not severe until the Europeans got involved and Islam is a religion that (except in the case of the Ottoman rulers of Turkey) is not promoted with force. Slavery was a worldwide phenomenon and was not a racist institution until after the Venetians (in London) got involved and expanded it in the late 1600s. General Saladdin, the Turks' re-conquerer of Jerusalem during the Crusades, was a slave for instance.
Humanity's general consciousness had evolved beyond the instution of slavery by the middle of the 1800s, as we know. I'm pointing that out because it's never discussed by institutionalized historians and it's an encouraging and empowering fact.
I really think Somalia is in such dire straits, right now, simply becuase they refused to be colonized. Whatever the corporate world order can't control they will try their best to destroy. We (humanity) can't defeat them until we expose them and orgonite among the populace, among many other benefits, removes enough fear that the mind resumes its natural curiosity.
Chris, Nancy and Fatuma are courageous in the face of Somalia's present, desperate condition. I've always felt that the alleged war against Al Shabaab is just another way for the corporate world order to discourage the dissemination of orgonite in Somalia. Both armies are financed by London, after all. Note the new development in Kenya on account of this: orgonite is being taken from our friends by soldiers at roadblocks on public highways. I think that even Benedict's expulsion from the university in Kenya on account of refusing to take off his orgonite pendant is a related development. I think the corporate order were getting alarmed by his influence, there.
The use of motorcycles to deliver orgonite to rural customers is a prudent move because a motorcycle can easily avoid teh roadblocks
. That's why I've committed to help the Kikundi get more motorcycles this summer. Anyone who has $1100 to spare can help them get one. They could use three more: one for each distribution center: Southern Sudan, Migori, Kenya and Lodwar, Kenya--perhaps also Garissa when Fatuma is ready to set up a factory for orgonite to distribute in nearby Somalia.
There are lots of African families earning a relatively good living with orgonite, now, but buying several motorcycles is an investment that's a little beyond their means at the moment. Their own prosperity increases at the same rate as the general prosperity does, I think, so it won't be many years before they'll be buying their own trucks, boats and perhaps aircraft.
I say 'relatively good living' becuase only three years ago nearly everyone in those regions, including the Kikundi, were facing starvation due to the increased rapine and plunder at the City of London's behest. It looks like the Babylonian baby-eaters figured they could prevent the establishment of the orgonite biz in Africa, that way The Kikundi are figuratively chopping these Babylonian banksters' legs off at the knees in East Africa, now, heheh.
As it earlier happened in Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan, the usually-profitable distribution of orgonite is steadily making it impossible for this war to continue in Somalia, no matter how much gold these felonious, bloodlusting banskters are frantically throwing at it. To liberally paraphrase the Qur'an, 'They toss and we toss
and we are the best tossers.' ('Men plot and God plots; and God is the best Plotter').