Surely we are not that bad, come on now. We are kenyans too, your brothers and sister.
Pigs is pigs, but what is in a name?
“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” – Mahatma Gandhi
These greedy maggots have refused the name they were given by creative Kenyans. They do not want to be called Mpigs which was concocted in reference to their greed which is akin to a terrible disease like the swine flu. In the book Animal Farm, pigs were used as the symbol of greed and rightly so as they are a perfect fit for pigs are known to eat almost everything. A friend of mine who rears these animals recently told me that the low-level of pig sty are built with metallic materials because pigs have been know to literary eat off stone walls, yes, they are that greedy. When a pig see food, it sees an opportunity to eat and when a pig sees an opportunity to eat, it eats until it falls down and this is exactly how the greedy MPs are behaving led by that incoherent black, fat guy who many were shocked to learn he is Kenyan due to his intense resemblance to Nigerian actors playing the role of drank idiots.
the greedy maggot in a colourful suit singing sweetly and eloquently about citizen rights.
The greedy maggots, so they say, are religious, ha ha ha
“Greed is a fat demon with a small mouth and whatever you feed it is never enough.” – janwillem Van de Wetering
“And he said to them, “Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” -Luke 12:15
Now, one of the most idiotly vocal greedy Kenyan Member of Parliament did not take the inference and reference to pigs very well, he thought it was insulting to his religion and his alleged religion is muslim, what was shocking and funny about that notion is that the majority leader is religious and even more shocking that there are MPs who are religious, that some of these creatures believe in anything else but themselves. No one would feel comfortable in a religous setting if an M.P was present. They are the greediest creature to have ever walked the globe and that is why they were being compared to pigs who if you have read that book animal farm, turned against their brothers after overthrowing their evil ruler the man . Mp now remind Kenyans of Judas in the way Christian pictures him
this is peanuts
We can only compare these greedy opaque and stoical creatures to maggots. Yes, the MPs are like those creatures that consume the dead. In a country comprised of almost entirely the poor, the fewer rich (mostly from dirty deals) and the middle class have to barricade themselves behind walls for you can never live in ease and enjoy your loot if all around you are surrounded by poverty.
what can this buy me? Question is, what can it not buy me?
we are all rich in our way
“Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others.
Unsuccessful people are always asking, “What’s in it for me?” – Brian Tracy
The average income of a Kenyan is thirteen thousand Kenyan shilling per month which is about $150 while as the M.Ps current salary is pegged at more than 500 000 Kenyan shilling or slightly over $6300. now, just look at those figures and then consider that they want more. Long ago, while agitating for pay hikes, these greedy creatures used to claim that all their income was eaten up by their expenses in attending harambees or paying for maternity fees for villagers or building dams or bringing tap water or basically being the father to all their constituencies but now harambees have been banned and elected officials are forbidden by the supreme law of the land from being cynically philanthropic. Due to that, now the MPs are saying that they left very high paying jobs to join the parliament but what is defeating that line of argument is that they knew what they were going to earn while vying for the posts.
It seems education is not everything and it is not enough to make you clever, on the issue of sacking the salary commission that set those high salaries for the MPs the constitution is very clear and you can not change it without a million signature but the not clever but educated MPs say they sack the commission now where will the MPs get a million signature to sack the commission? Kenyans should be the one agitating for the sacking of the commission for setting the MPs salary so high for, let’s not kid ourselves in a country where the average income is thirteen thousand, 500 000 is a lot and it is only looking as if it is not a lot because the MPs are asking for more but if you look at it, it is a lot, an MP’s one month salary is what you will earn in three years if you are that average earner. It is Kenyans who should be agitating for the Sarah Salem’s commission to be disbanded for setting the parliamentarians salary so high.
The gentlemen in suits. are there ladies too?
These greedy maggots have sick reason for wanting more
“Despair filled his skull even more tightly than his own brain. All around him cars filled with normal people perfectly unaware of the disease turning Perry’s body inside out. Fucking normal people.” - Scott Sigler
And it all boils down to sexually transmitted diseases. We have been informed by their doctors who for obvious reasons must remain anonymous that most of these M.Ps have chronic sexual diseases and these clamour for higher salaries against all logic is so that they may manage to pay for expensive medication and trips to foreign land to meet witch doctors to cure them, other have several wives and mistresses and they have been compelled by courts to pay monumental allowance, plus as they so coherently said, they can not have their children going to public schools like the other stupid Kenyans nor can they be expected to live in dung dwelling places and cave like the other lazy and poor Kenyans. As Anyang’ Nyo’ngo said, his lunch at Serena hotel cost 5000 ksh. which is what you pay your house help before these stupid laws were effected which now mean most house-help will be jobless.
Tell Jesus that these are my needs, do not bother, I will tell him myself.
In the end, we find they really need the money
“Chris: I don’t know why it is, but every time I reach out for something I want, I have to pull back because other people will suffer.” – Arthur Miller
If a dog pursue you yet it looks weak and one kick from you would kill it and it knows that yet continues to follow you, that dog probably has rabies it has been pushed to do what it is doing. a wild animal will only attack a human when it knows or feels that that human will kill it. snakes almost always slither away rather than attack human if they feel safe. we all saw those dramatic scene of Maasai taking meat from a park of lion. now, taking this analogy and comparing mps to these animals what do we see? do we not see a common pattern? In spite of all the protests from Kenyan which were recently taken to the street and in spite of the fact that the MPs know they are in this greedy battle alone, why are these maggots still fighting what is clearly a war they can not win? why are they trying to go through the eye of a needle?
Almost all these maggots know that they will never be elected again. This is thus their only chance to eat. why will they never be elected again? because they are not leaders, they are maggots and every real leader know that the leadership itself is enough reward as that software guy bill gates said As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others. when you claim to be a leader and all you are trying to do is enrich yourself and thus empower yourself, you come of as a cheap a slob and these maggots only know this too well. They know the picture they project to us and they know we will never elect such cheap maggots again. And here is another one: Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others. —Jack Welch