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Bunge La Mwananchi - Unganisha Wakenya... Referendum

5 August 2014 by Unganisha wakenya referendum

UNGE LA MWANANCHI - UNGANISHA WAKENYA... REFERENDUM

(a) Today 100,000 civil servants are going to be retrenched, through IMF IMF
International Monetary Fund
Along with the World Bank, the IMF was founded on the day the Bretton Woods Agreements were signed. Its first mission was to support the new system of standard exchange rates.

When the Bretton Wood fixed rates system came to an end in 1971, the main function of the IMF became that of being both policeman and fireman for global capital: it acts as policeman when it enforces its Structural Adjustment Policies and as fireman when it steps in to help out governments in risk of defaulting on debt repayments.

As for the World Bank, a weighted voting system operates: depending on the amount paid as contribution by each member state. 85% of the votes is required to modify the IMF Charter (which means that the USA with 17,68% % of the votes has a de facto veto on any change).

The institution is dominated by five countries: the United States (16,74%), Japan (6,23%), Germany (5,81%), France (4,29%) and the UK (4,29%).
The other 183 member countries are divided into groups led by one country. The most important one (6,57% of the votes) is led by Belgium. The least important group of countries (1,55% of the votes) is led by Gabon and brings together African countries.

http://imf.org
and World Bank World Bank
WB
The World Bank was founded as part of the new international monetary system set up at Bretton Woods in 1944. Its capital is provided by member states’ contributions and loans on the international money markets. It financed public and private projects in Third World and East European countries.

It consists of several closely associated institutions, among which :

1. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD, 180 members in 1997), which provides loans in productive sectors such as farming or energy ;

2. The International Development Association (IDA, 159 members in 1997), which provides less advanced countries with long-term loans (35-40 years) at very low interest (1%) ;

3. The International Finance Corporation (IFC), which provides both loan and equity finance for business ventures in developing countries.

As Third World Debt gets worse, the World Bank (along with the IMF) tends to adopt a macro-economic perspective. For instance, it enforces adjustment policies that are intended to balance heavily indebted countries’ payments. The World Bank advises those countries that have to undergo the IMF’s therapy on such matters as how to reduce budget deficits, round up savings, enduce foreign investors to settle within their borders, or free prices and exchange rates.

http://worldbank.org
structural adjustments programme of 1990s. (b) Uhuruto promised Unga will be Ksh 60/-. Today it costs Ksh 140/- (c) WORKERS ARE LIVING ON STARVATION WAGES We demand Public participation referendum to impliment article 43 of the Constitution’s Social and economic rights

ARTICLE 43 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA

(1) Every person has the right-

  • (a) To the highest attainable standard of health which includes the right to health care services including reproductive health care.
  • (b) To accessible & adequate housing and to reasonable standards of sanitation
  • (c) To be free from hunger and to have adequate food of acceptable quality
  • (d) To clean and safe water in adequate quantities
  • (e) To social security and
  • (f) To education

(2) A person shall not be denied emergency medical treatment
(3) The state shall provide appropriate social security to persons who are
unable to support themselves and their dependants

Declaration of Liberation

We consider our basic rights to be God-given and that governments are
formed to achieve these ends, it is the duty of each citizen to do all necessary to free their nation from such destructive states and
governments!

This is the greatest duty of KilaMkenya!

NO FOOD... NO EDUCATION... NO SECURITY... NO HEALTH CARE... NO HOUSING... NO JOBS... NO GOVERNMENT...!
ORGANISE!! ORGANISE!!... FOR OUR LIBERATION...SABA SABA... TISATISA... KUMI KUMI!!!!
OKOA MKENYA FROM TYRRANY OF POVERTY, AND DEATH

The Jubilee goverment has increased public debt by Ksh 860 billion in one
year from Ksh 1.8 trillion to Ksh 2.6 trillion, through illegal payments of
Agloleasing and corrupt loan agreements with China goverment and
Eurobond. This has made the cost of living to go up to pay for this debt and it has taken millions of Kenyans back to poverty and deaths. Every day in our towns and villages is coffins and tears due to insecurity and poverty related illicit brews...

How hopeless is our generation?.... Lets organise and liberate our motherland

BUNGE LA MWANANCHI - UNGANISHA WAKENYA... REFERENDUM

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NO FOOD, NO EDUCATION, NO SECURITY,
NO HEALTHCARE, NO HOUSING..
NO GOVERNMENT!

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