Friday, January 12, 2007

Bloggers Beware

Nark-Kenya propaganda machine is up and running. Kenyan blogs have fallen victims of Dr. Mutua’s move to counter government criticism. I happened to criticize Kibaki’s dictatorial appointment of nine new ECK commissioners. As a result, Kenyanomics’ commentary section was bombarded with fourteen 50-paged “Statements from the Minister of Planning and Development.” Now that was crazy. I’ll be spending a fare share of this weekend deleting that nonsense. Check it out: http://kenyanomics.blogspot.com/2007/01/badly-timed-post.html

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Economics not Siasa

Anonymous said...

njamaa ya ita-wizara ya giza

Kenyanomics said...

Whoever you are. What i post on this blog is my business. Just Nark-off if you do not like it. I favor no political side (Nark, ODM, KANU or undecided). Good luck in keeping your job at Dausche Bank in Jersey City, NJ. Will see you soon face to face. That's a promise.

acolyte said...

I thought you had gotten rid of anon comments.But I do think these spam commentors need to begin their own blogs instead of inundating other people's blogs with trash comments.

east african said...

rope adop

east african said...

i have heard rummours that nsis is paying a group of bloggers and professionals in exachange for doing various dirty jobs all over best thing is keep away from politics if your blog isnt about politics

Odegle said...

i dont know how you can separate politics from economics. in fact i dont know how you can separate politics from anything else since politics defines the basics of resource allocation and things to do with that. economics is about resources and so on. again i feel people should be allowed to live their life , drink their wine and say whatever their hearts desire. just blog whats in your mind. a weblog is like a diary and no one should control what you enter into it!

coldtusker said...

Pole... I got hit with that nonsense thus I activated the no-anon rule then back-tracked after the attacks had ceased.

Blogger allows you to delete the comments in entirety... use it.

When they realised I was vigilant on that aspect, they backed off but I will turn it on as elections near.

Kenyanomics said...

I just blocked all anon... comments. I feel bad because some anonymous comments were nice and well thought.

Odegle said...

the culprit is actually the guy calling himself the "east african" his blog is full of malice and hate text which smarks of tribalism. he has bomabrded githongo's blog with 57 of these none sence today.