Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Some People.....................

It seems some people are not well versed in leaving well enough alone at all. It seems that I have been touted as a grand example of what statesmanship is not, the difference between Kenyans and Tanzanians in addition how Statesmanship should not be conducted.

Well let's clear some small things out of the air first, first and foremost I called Kikwete a dumb bitch and not a dumb ass bitch. Please do your research. As for those who quoted Voltaire, my hats off to them; because however ill advised that statement was I stand by it.

Second, it's rather interesting how one who feel they can wax forth about statesmanship not show an iota of that to their own country man and fellow blogger by spewing forth a statement like, "an insignificant and inarticulate Kenyan blogger?"

Of course that statement in itself brings forth various questions. What does the poster mean by the term insignificant? How do we measure that in the blogosphere? Is it by the number of links linking back to your blog, I'm not going to get in a pissing contest about that but I know I'm faring rather well in that area. Is it because of the subject matter you carry? My blog has never been high brow but I have never claimed it was but in my short time I have done some good, case in point exposing a Dutch minister in Kenya for the huckster he is (I still get comments on that series by the way). Or maybe we could use blog traffic as a measure of significance? But once again I'm not going to get into a pissing contest here. So please don't make statements that don't stand up to in-depth examination.

Inarticulate? How do we measure that? Is it the amount of flowing Queen's English that the blogger uses? is it the comments from the readers hailing their command of the language and how clearly they articulated their point? In fact isn't being articulate being able to make your point clearly? I made my point and by the firestorm that came from it I would say that it was pretty well understood? My regular readers understand me rather well and relate to what I post and that is why they keep on coming back to my blog with comments of note and not kowtowing to my "significance".

At the end of the day, the poster is welcome to say what they want; remember Voltaire. But are they really in a position to be on a high horse? What can you teach people about statesmanship when you are hardly a gentleman yourself (an issue I won't bother going deeper into)? I for one don't and never have claimed to be a statesman or even a gentleman, I just say what I feel, no matter how inarticulate and insignificant it may be, funny enough that seems to resonate with other people in the blogosphere; if that is another indicator of how immature and low brow Kenyans are then so be it, I have nothing to apologize for.

Anyway I do feel I have said my piece, I am sure the poster of that piece has more significant things to worry about such as State House agents bugging his phone, following him to his house and interfering with his personal business as he tries to teach our President to be a statesman in addition to being the avatar of all that is significant and articulate. How heavy the load is that some of us how to bear. Let us support him as he teaches us how to progress as a Nation. Have a wonderful day people and in all that you say please be articulate!


Dshy said...




Inarticulate ni wewe.

Lol, now thats articulate!!

Formerly known as Dshy

31337 said...


what? ala? is how? what in blue blazes? Not very articulate i am afraid, bus si umeelewa nimeshangaa?

31337 said...


Anonymous said...

Haiya! And that same guy referring to you is ignoring the fact the same KBW is still on life support because of his mendearing that polite California Kenyan babe who used to write good poems mpaka it caused raucus on many Kenyan websites. Ama he thinks people have forgotten?

KBW is still the butt of jokes because of jamaaz like him, awache siasa mob!!!!!!!!!!


Nakeel said...

hahaha Aco nimecheka pinch me slowly am laughing. Articulate or not am coming back kusoma.

Dshy mob hugs uko.... Wewe come back

Mwangi said...

The blogosphere is clearly far from drama free.

mocha! said...

Indeed.....some people!!!

bomseh said...

This time I'll be indifferent lest Desanjo of Jikomboe kashifus me again.

Msanii_XL said...

I call cheap shot...I mean disagree with someone if you have too, but attempting to make feel small? Low blow.

Ssembonge said...

If you ask me, I'd say the whole thing was insignificant yet it continues to grow larger than Mt Everest.

The Tanzanians have moved on so why bring it up again. How many times can one flog a dead horse?

PS. I missed out on the dutch post. That was the longest post I've ever read. You should turn it into a movie.

gishungwa said...

First, Happy Birthday to you.
KBW ahem, truly leadership is a daunting task.
"inarticulate and insignificant" Zing

Archer said...

I concur with Ssembonge (weuwee! Si I'm articulate?) was there any need to bring up an issue that's been dead and buried for two years? People moved on from that, it's sad that such immaturity can be displayed by the writer.

Again, the cheap shot was definitely uncalled for. Inarticulate, kwani marks are being awarded? Insignificant, according to who?

Articulate or not, you have your readers. If you were insignificant, you wouldn't have any readers!!

Aco, ignore this 2 bob siasa from someone clearly struggling to remain relevant.

Anonymous said...

Why oh why would anyone want to throw such a cheap shot at you?

Nyhooo happy birthday!


Anonymous said...

Just dropped by to wish you a belated happy birthday.


Half n Half said...

Once again Happy birthday!

Someone who posts is called a Poster! (and they said you are not articulate!)This is yawa too childish ! hebu enjoy your kaforte b'day!

Nakeel said...

Happy Birthday Aco.

coldtusker said...

Heehee... "insignificant and inarticulate Kenyan blogger"

Aco... ur being thin-skinned... jamaa... ur an acolyte... u have to chomekad kidogo to be the 'master'...

TC... and keep on blogging!

Si u know the Tanzanians have refused to invest in SafCon coz u called JK names?

Seasons & Reasons said...

Now why is this issue back? I saw that comment on the aggregator and wondered, did he really have to go there?


Keep blogging and don't get dragged back into the Nyayo house days.

Acolyte said...

@ dshy
Looks and nods
@ 31337
Surely where more than one Kenyan gathers, drama shall be there
@ Chariza
Thank you for reminding me about that!
@ nakeel
Good to know I have at least one fan!
@ mwangi
Tell me about it!
@ mocha
Tell me about it too!
@ Bomseh
That is another shameless chap also
@ msanii
Thats how some peeps play, make someone feel small so you can feel big!
@ Ssembonge
Some people cant take being out of the limelight too well. I wish I had the funding to do that!
@ gish
Thanks! Some people need to go to leadership school I tell you!
@ archer
Thanks for that comment, that issue is now dead and gone.
@ farmgal
Some people are clearly with alot of time, thanks for the birthday wishes!
@ mwari
Much appreciated!
@ half n half
Thanks! Na 40 baado!
@ coldtusker
Yes life is a learning experience and thick skin is indeed a must to make it. lmao @ safcon ipo
@ seasons
Thanks for the comment, I do intend to keep things moving!

BeautyinBaltimore said...

Wow, someone pissed you off.

I need more info.

KK said...

articulately inarticulate.... good going man.