I am on my journey and soon will be walking back to Kenya through the East Coast. This is for the purpose of peace, hope for the children and individual freedom for the minority among others. I would like to participate in the elections in Kenya in December, my walk hopefully well covered by the relevant mediums of communications and awareness, will influence the results of the elections as it will bring the focus of the world and also give the youth hope that they can do what they get out to do if they want it. We’ve seen what a days walk can do, when we walk for hunger, cancer and other different reasons and if peace will be achieved by walking then i am hoping that we will do so.
Freedom is one of my paramount purposes as without self-definition of it one remains conscientiously enslaved and a victim of blame. After my No border exhibition i would like to explore more on the demerits and merits of the borders that divide us for the sole benefit of the rulers (foreign powers).Walking gets one in touch with the reality on the ground, unites people as one gets to come across many different people and communities, which to me is the beginning of peace. As without knowing your neighbours and the values that they stand for creates fear and thus violence. That is one thing that the system has ensured to retain. People are all over and will welcome anyone who has a good intention, within a short time one finds himself/herself in Egypt.From village to village, town to town and city to city.
I am again opening up for your moral support and sponsorship in terms of accommodation along the way, communication from where ever and publicity as much as possible.
Otherwise all then best and i hope that we remain a family wherever we will be as we have one world and borders only meant to divide us and make things difficult for independent people and easier for the oppressors.
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THE SECOND PHASE OF THE MISSION
The mission embarks on its second stage, based on the values
of peace, reasoned dialogue and the strong ancestral origins of a shared life.
WE´VE COME A LONG WAY!
- Who are we?
- Can we reclaim our kindness as human kind?
- What´s so special about us?
These questions call us to take a good look at our children who mirror
- What kind of education are we instilling in our children?
- Is it acceptable and comparable to the guidance of our ancestoral´Gods?
- Is it acceptable to the very spirits of our struggle and awareness?
- What are the definitions and importance of our values to our children?
- Are divorces the best way to go?
- Is the family any longer united?
Let us go nowhere without one
voice! We hope, as ever, to achieve peace.
- How do we achieve justice for our children?
The ways of our fathers and
ancestors, the reasons for their actions (pros and cons)
how significant are they to our lives today.
What are the failures and triumphs of our rituals; especially those that are
not debatable and in the past, led to banishment.
What we knew then and still believe today is that blood had to be
shed for drought to end, for wars to stop. It is obvious that the rain
god was not happy with the verdict passed. Showing the magnitude of our
lesson and plea for forgiveness, blood had to be shed. A life had to be
given as proof of a testament.
- However, are we better now with our modern justice system?
- What is it that our intelligence is measured?
Are our modern ways of Sacrificing, bombing, car crashes, planes, trains, fires and
all that has become a way of shedding blood and pleading with the spirits in secret, any better?
The INDUNAS and ongeren, bura´s, the baraza justice system…was incorruptible. It belonged to the people and all had a right to listen
and participate in the consultation with the Gods and pass the judgement. The
judgement was acceptable to the parties concerned.
Partnering for justice was the shared intention and vision!
Is this to be denied our children?
The very fact of the
mission’s Journey, whose main objective has been peace through freedom to
unite, shows that something else can be possible. It is promoting
interaction and participation in partnerships all possible social programs and
forums and exposing the primitive minority´spoint of view. This is something our children need to know.
Starting from the universal level (which is the solitary being); it seems
there is an individual right to claim one’s clan. There is also a right for the
individual to claim minority rights - of freedom, self-definition and
clan-definition, and choice.
Our goal has been to see to it that respect of our values is restored. In
addition, while land is a major component of the solutions to the present world
crisis, it has also been one of the symbols associated with the mission.
The four elements of life - water, air, fire and land - are now owned by
individuals, but in fact they are universal resources that ought to be utilized
for the good benefit of all.
I have found out through my journey that respect is the way to love. It is a
priceless value. No respect means no love, no peace. Therefore, the minority
has to be respected and allowed the benefits that come from the use of the
God-given natural resources.
In terms of peace, it is sadly true that the modern world has never known total
peace at any given time and that tells us of which way we are going. We´ve had an
exhibition and installation in Cape Town entitled NO BORDERS, addressing the issue of uniting and breaking finally, from the root
principles of strongly held division. We need to break from the division caused
by the fear of the unknown.
This will not be a running away from the ills in our society by building high
fences and tying our faith and hope on the Panic button. Instead it will be
what we need - a true solution. We shall not again price-tag our lives for
auction by the highest bidders. In terms of security, we want to be secure
without being forced to pay. For we all know that one cannot be at peace when
buying and paying for freedom - that simply represents the use of blackmail and
ransom payment for systematic kidnap.
Instead what we need is to break our borders, realize that we can only be
stronger, and win together.
In the exhibition, we faced the blunt brutality of borrowed rules and laws and
outcomes: police cells, prisons, beatings and deportations. This has definitely
strengthened my will for peace and self-definition and my quest for freedom of
movement. It has also strengthened my belief in the Nomadic nature of human
beings, and dynamics of life itself.
We have now got under way to attract the world’s attention to the Africas
true nature. We went through a beautiful experience in our journey and effort
to reveal to the world and Africa the reality of things
in Kenya. We had a good media coverage and great support from most of the people.
I have realized that all people understand the need for unity and everyone
wants and loves peace. However, not many are ready for peace. In my opinion,
the present undercover governance in our world is leading us to the bins. We’ve
just come across the season for the East African time bomb (elections). In
addition, the wars in Africa are not going to be solved
lightly if we choose to remain divided as Africans.
As part of the comfortable universe that we all want a piece of, solving the
borders dispute will eventually be the only way through our problems. This
border issue is being fought by those who do not believe in it on one side and those who are beneficiaries of division on the other..
This is because the walls are going down in other continents. For instance, the
EU brought their walls down in order to unite - the same people who once
introduced and erected the African borders. Their earlier colonialists once
drew up the African borders and told us that we had to stay and leave in
accordance with their paper drafts, their title-deeds that ensured that we
remained enslaved to them. The paper world was eventually brought to Africa
and used to buy Africa. This was the cost of the African
lives, but it is an illusion - a paper illusion.
It has become evident through EU examples that the way for peace to prevail is
for borders now to be entrusted to and governed by mutual agreements between
neighbours. They would suggest that we have to define our borders before we
expect to achieve peace and development in our world - most urgently in Africa.
However, let us not be like the elephant calf, tied to a pole while young
and conditioned to believe that even when the chain is released it still cannot
We cannot live in peace, in a paper controlled world. The truth is all that
will free us from the bondage of destruction and make it possible for
forgiveness to lead us to peace. Trust has to be the leading ethic of our
society. We do not have to exchange anything for paper. In addition, this
certainly is not any of our values, not at all!
We have to bring down the divisive borders in and around us, for peace to be
The borders have been designed to affect and infect the minds of the people
ensuring that fear becomes the leader. However, it is not true that you have to
settle where some one wants you to settle. It is just a method of control