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  1. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by NakedGunz  [View Original Post]
    No need to trash the entire population. You have just described half the planet. Hell, my countrymen are all practically broke themselves. Many can never retire, and have maybe 500 bucks in the bank well into middle-age.
    Good life ends with all money spent prior to the departure.

    As of complaints.

    A German famous professor named Luther wrote something similar to your reply. About the impossible task of pleasing the peasants, they trash poor peasants for being broke, they trash wealthy peasants for being greedy. They trash the Elites owners for not being peasants.

    50% of peasants in the top richest countries in the planet are actually closer to broke if not in debt, at least the average Kenyan can't go that far below zero.

    In general Bankers make sure there is a social stigma with an empty bank account or even worse dbt, so they stay full which is a good strategy. Worth investing in lyrics / scripts for news and movies that teach the peasant to associate a bank account with wealth.

    In reality you can just secure your wealth by buying politicians, journalists, land, gold, bitcoin and art and just keep a small bank account for women, shelter and food.

  2. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by SceticoBlu  [View Original Post]
    Give a Kenyan any sum and the next day the money has disappeared. They cannot save.
    No need to trash the entire population. You have just described half the planet. Hell, my countrymen are all practically broke themselves. Many can never retire, and have maybe 500 bucks in the bank well into middle-age.

  3. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus1  [View Original Post]
    With usd 0. 75 per day this danger is very remote. This amount serves only as last resort for minimal food reliability and is equivalent of 1 kg. Of ugali.
    The danger is there because I don't assume they will receive that small money each day but once in a while a bigger sum instead.

    Give a Kenyan any sum and the next day the money has disappeared. They cannot save.

    Better he gave them the ugali instead of the money.

  4. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by SceticoBlu  [View Original Post]
    I hope it has a positive effect and the money is not only used for tusker.
    With usd 0. 75 per day this danger is very remote. This amount serves only as last resort for minimal food reliability and is equivalent of 1 kg. Of ugali. Otherwise if this people spend the money for shangaa, then it is very bad.

  5. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by CubaTourist  [View Original Post]
    I want to be included! I just read that one of the eBay founders to Give...
    I hope it has a positive effect and the money is not only used for tusker.

  6. #25

    EBay founder to Give Kenyans Free Income for 12 Years

    I want to be included! I just read that one of the eBay founders to Give Kenyans Free Income for 12 Years.

    Pierre Omidyar, the billionaire co-founder of eBay, plans to donate approximately $500,000 to fund a project in Kenya that will give thousands of people a guaranteed regular income. The program, called, GiveDirectly is being hailed as the most ambitious experiment yet in the concept of universal basic income, or UBI. It will make cash transfers to more than 26,000 people in 200 villages in Kenya, with about 6,000 of those people receiving a long-term basic income for 12 years. The payments of $0. 75 per day  amount to 50% of typical adult income in rural Kenya.

    The concept of a universal basic income has been gaining traction around the world as a way to equitably increase quality of life in a world where labor markets are being disrupted. The policy was recently the subject of a nationwide referendum in Switzerland—it didn't pass—and it's also being discussed in European countries, Canada, and the city of Oakland, to name a few.

    The basic idea: Give people a strings-free weekly, monthly or yearly stipend, enough so that their basic needs are taken care of, whether they work or not.

  7. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Benetar  [View Original Post]
    Http://articles.latimes.com/2013/mar...ction-20130310

    Kenya's independent election commission Saturday pronounced Uhuru Kenyatta the winner with 50. 07% of the vote. His main challenger, Prime Minister Raila Odinga, refused to concede, citing what he called widespread fraud and irregularities.
    Sounds like trouble brewing.

  8. #23

    Odinga vows to fight Kenya election results (swearing in not until March 26)

    Quote Originally Posted by Naked Gunz  [View Original Post]
    Who won the election?
    Http://articles.latimes.com/2013/mar...ction-20130310

    Kenya's independent election commission Saturday pronounced Uhuru Kenyatta the winner with 50. 07% of the vote. His main challenger, Prime Minister Raila Odinga, refused to concede, citing what he called widespread fraud and irregularities.

  9. #22

    Who won?

    Who won the election?

  10. #21
    German TV; it was in Kilifi.

  11. #20

    Ten reported killed in attack on MBSA police station

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/04/world/...html?hpt=hp_t2

    Nairobi, Kenya (CNN). The stakes are high for Monday's presidential election; Hours before the polls opened, a group of heavily-armed men attacked a police station in the port city of Mombasa, killing at least 10 people, including two police officers, said Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

    Full story link above

  12. #19
    An interesting articel about social-media-monitoring ahead of the elections:

    http://www.zeit.de/digital/internet/...omplettansicht

    It's in german, but google translate might help.

  13. #18
    But we ve to live in the reality. It can be possible that the banks re closed
    few days and the matatus / taxis re not operating.
    Gents; I know that and in such a dangerous case I'm late at night in
    my apartment with one of these nice hotties.

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  14. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ShooBree  [View Original Post]
    How fucked up could it get during / after the election? Planned a mini-weekend in Mombasa 29 March to 1 of April. Should I rethink it and maybe head for Dar, Addis, Accra or Lagos?
    I am staying in Nairobi now and the situation seems totally calm. Months after the last elections the clashes happened in some rural areas.

  15. #16
    How fucked up could it get during / after the election? Planned a mini-weekend in Mombasa 29 March to 1 of Apri. Should I rethink it and maybehead for Dar, Addis, Accra or Lagos?

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