Yoweri Museveni is a Reactionary puppet

Yoweri Museveni

The economical and social malaise in Uganda are the faults of the Rwandan Migrant turned Uganda President, Yoweri Museveni. The destruction of Uganda economic power house and the fragmentation of Ugandan society into tribal enclaves that have more powers than Members of parliament-the working class here, the middle class there, and the bourgeoisie here.These are deeply ingrained concepts that have bee used to divide the Uganda nation by Criminal Yoweri Museveni and his collaborators both local and international.

Yoweri Museveni

However in reality there’s no working class, but jobless mass of Ugandans and a parasitic class that appoints the middle class. Thus, they can allocate chunks of lands to themselves and any crook claiming to be an investor- regardless of any background in development, because the authors of such decisions happens to be the same parasitic gang of relatives such as ; Sam Kutesa, Salim Saleh, Janet Kataha,Bright Rwamirama, Amelia Kyambadde, Jovia Saleh, Susan Muhwezi, etc. they’re the main cause why Uganda’s infrastructure has not been developed, because they lack nationalistic tendencies towards Uganda, but patronage tendencies towards Museveni and his Rwandan origins.

Yoweri Museveni

Unlike true Ugandans that understand what development means, the Museveni’s lot when they got to Kampala after butchering innocent Ugandans in Luwero, they were  hypnotised by the civility of Ugandans and a few buildings “Ayaaaa..twatuka ikampara…..yayaaaa Kamparaaaaa!” (Wow…. we got to kampala(raaaa))

Now you can understand why after 30 years, nothing has been built due to Kamparaaaa hypnosis… and War Criminal, Gen.Salim Saleh’s Stanbic Bank, has no problem swindling hard earned money sent to Kampala by Ugandans in diaspora, because its their Kamparaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

Yoweri Museveni

How was it possible that some undistinguished Rwandese became one of the most powerful and infamous criminal in the history of contemporary Uganda??

If it wasn’t’ for the overthrow of Obote by Amin-without that epic event, Yoweri Museveni would almost certainly have remained in Obote’s security service and be unknown to the sad history of Uganda and the great-lakes of Africa. Which is not to say that he was a blank canvas as already he believed in certain political principals of violence, such as smashing people’s heads (Kafuuni) with a miniture hole. The same gruesome methodology would be used in Rwanda and Congo.

Yoweri Museveni

There’s a saying that ” Eyyaloga Uganda,yali tayambadde n’empale (whoever cursed Uganda, had no panties on). How can a Munyarwanda take your state house,sell your oil without consulting you, flog you on streets, murder you in thousands,lock you up,etc and still proudly walk the streets boasting that UGANDAN FOREVER...Uh? Nationalistic revolutionaries don’t see it that way, we should all agree that Uganda is now a Colony of Rwanda!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yoweri Museveni

We need to understand that Yoweri Museveni is a super reactionary puppet of neocolonialism, that behaves like a tired stray dog always looking for a master-thus,he represents all the ills that have brought Africa down to its knees. Ask yourselves, why are Ugandans killing Sudanese,Congolese,etc.

What Ugandans ought to understand is that Yoweri museveni is a hardcore criminal that is confused and uncertain to what fate has in store for him.  His main characteristic is hate he holds towards Ugandans especially Bantu and Nilotics-wherever he looks,he sees hate and enmity-nothing is free from criticism as long as it stands for Uganda.That’s why he calls Ugandans foxes and preys that he hunted down for himself.

Yoweri Museveni

The monumental intolerance of Criminal Yoweri Museveni towards Ugandans, has meant that its impossible to debate any issues-he just states his views and loses his temper when systematically questioned or presented with facts. He was incapable of normal human friendships,unable to debate intellectually, filled with hatred and prejudices towards Ugandans-yet he has played the most important part at destroying Uganda,Congo,Sudan,Central Africa and Rwanda.

The question Ugandans should be asking themselves ; why are they being forced to suffer at the hands of one Munyarwanda Criminal, and who is to blame for their horror??

Yoweri Museveni

Those hiding behind NRM and bending all the laws of the land to impose a foreign criminal on Ugandans, should be held responsible and believe me that day is not very far. Let Ugandans not buy into the nonsense being peddled that Museveni owns the Army and all security organs.

Yoweri Museveni

Overthrowing Museveni wouldn’t take 24 hours,but the problem is who do we replace him with, and how are we going to recover all the swindled Uganda wealth that has been stashed away?? We just need only five shells to pop him together with those that might attempt to put up stiff resistance.

Yoweri Museveni

That’s why its imperative to abandon catchwords and slogans of international coinage, and save our Fatherland Uganda. The patriotic soldiers betrayed by corrupt and self serving politicians, should save their Fatherland.

I thank those Soldiers with 100% Ugandan blood that have set-up workers councils,as they’ll play a vital role for national leadership in the coming months.

If your reading this, ask yourself what have you done this week to cause change in your Fatherland??

The change that our people require is not one of commentators and electioneers but material change on the ground.

Joram Jojo

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9 thoughts on “Yoweri Museveni is a Reactionary puppet

  1. COL SAMSON MANDE;S LETTER TO UPDF

    Dear my confidants, comrades, constituents in the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Force (UPDF) and fellow Ugandans.
    COL SAMSON MANDE
    From a long distance I wish to express my gratitude to the great sons of Uganda that launched the long journey on 6th February 1981, a journey that; I and millions of Ugandans became part of, in which thousands of our dear country men/women lost their lives, left property worth billions lost, left governments changed, formed one of the most strong armies in the region formed, made millions liberated while other millions live exiled BUT a journey that might become meaningless if we do not deliver on ; the fundamental change we fought for which is 1. Free and fair elections 2. Good service delivery 3. Respect peoples’ freedom and human rights 4. National dialogue for consensus on comprehensive political, social and economic reforms that shall make the people of Uganda collectively and democratically govern themselves and transition from making governance of Uganda a burden (lubengo) on an individual or a selected few.
    I know that as people who cherish and fought for democracy, freedom and a sound economy we have not reached where we wanted to be. The good news is that we are not where we used to be in the bad past because of the hard and good work we did as a team and a force.
    As a country we have certainly made significant strides in security so I must commend my brothers and sisters in the UPDF for a job well done. Therefore let’s use this day to pay tribute to our brothers and sisters that died along the journey and encourage ourselves and those yet to join the UPDF that many more may have to sacrifice their lives in order to consolidate and sustain the achievements.
    In addition to recruiting, training and commanding thousands of the UPF I lead the writing of the establishment of UPDF, a top secret book (bible –like) that transformed the NRA guerilla force into the Conventional Powerful Joint Service (land, marine and air forces) the UPDF was adopted by the 1995 Uganda constitution.
    In order to give the force the national character I chose and insisted that the name be Uganda Peoples’ Defence Force so that the force shall cease to be abused and used as a personal, factional or partisan army.
    On this day I want to reiterate that the UPDF should stand firm and adhere to their constitutional obligations and reject being abused by any individuals or politicians with propensity for using the UPDF for personal gains and crimes against the people you are supposed to defend. However powerful some politicians might look, that is temporally because “leaders come and leaders go” but you shall remain and be held responsible for abusing your office if you accept to be used as a force of some individual’s rater than the people’s force.
    I know tricky challenges ahead of you as a force and the nation especially as we approach a rather volatile political situation, but I know as the UPDF shall triumph if you remain the peoples’ Defence Force that you were established to be.
    Am therefore reminding our brothers and sisters in service in the UPDF to remain refocused on the UPDF establishment, doctrine, constitutional role
    God Bless the UPDF, God Bless Uganda

    COL SAMSON MANDE

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  2. ANDREW MWENDA IS WRONG ON MUSEVENI AND COUP
    ”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””’
    While appearig on NTV this week, the loud mouthed journalist Andrew Mwenda tried to portray his master Yoweri Museveni as super human.Mwenda argued that there cannot be a military coup against Yower Museveni, because M7 has direct control of the commanders and for example no tank can move 4 km without his consent, and that no more than 20 soldiers can move from one place to anoher, without his express permission.

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH BWANA ANDREW MWENDA, BUT REMEMBER COUP MAKERS NEVER SEEK PERMISSION TO MOVE WEAPONS OR SOLDIERS FROM THE PEOPLE THEY WANT TO OVERTHROW .SIMPLE COMMON SENSE.END OF STORY.

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  3. The days of Liberation of Africa from White Colonialism are long gone; we are busy Liberating Africa from African Dictators into Democratic Principles of Human Dignity, Equality & Freedom: The Waves are on NOW: We concur with Bireete Sarah when she said: “But in the 21st Century, Africa is stuck with bad leaders who used to be firebrands but the vice of regime longevity and elaborate patronage to keep themselves in power can’t allow them to claim such names as the new breed of African leaders. What we have instead are situations of rigging elections & sharing power through negotiations – which robs the people of their power to have leaders of their choice or a cycle of unfree and unfair elections”.

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  4. Christine Lubwa Oryema Lalobo
    Uganda is supposed to pay DRC reparation for looting the natural resources? Was the proceeds from the natural resources ever banked for use by the state. We all know from the UN report and their behaviors in country who stole those resources and yet we are all paying for it? Why? Is it because we are thieves who are poor, lazy and stupid? How come we continue to remain poor if we steal so much

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  5. Aloysius Ssempala Kasibante
    UPDF are Ugandans serving BanyaRwanda interests by implication of what you said, I assume, you are a MunyaRwanda. No decent Muganda, at least from my generation would join such an army or is it a militia?!. I don’t know personally a Muganda in the UPDF.
    February 5 at 7:16pm · Like

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  6. Ssekirime Mike
    Naye Museveni&Compani.
    The more u foolish 200&more adivisors+cabinate+minister+all the othr foolz giv’g kaguta arizon 2 press hard d p’ple. He will gt d blood shade he wishz.
    Mpozi ki nyarwanda…!!!
    U want anaza rap ov action mob slaughter ov pipo. Obg gasajja mwe mufa di netubawona.
    Muli kiggugu kinene eri abanaku. Naye mukama ono final judge.
    All i pray is life

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  7. Serugo Dany
    The level of corruption is staggering, but i see many youths curving out a way of life amidst the hard times hence the frustration of opposition that readily uses unemployed people to get tear gassed and locked up

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  8. Unlike Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, Museveni neglected the people of former Luwero Triangle and the war veterans who helped him alot during the guerrilla war that brought him to power.
    Museveni delibarately neglected these areas and the war Veterans so that it serves as a measure to deter and discourage others who may have intentions of venturing into supporting a similar armed rebellion against him. In that way, the loss of lives and destruction of Luwero Triangle’s economic base during the war 27 years ago, the total neglect of war veterans and the general appalling poverty levels in that region sends a clear message that you support rebellion at your own peril.
    For similar reasons, during the insurgency in the northern Uganda region, its economic base was delibarately dismantled. There is no doubt the people of northern Uganda rejected Museveni’s governance right from the START and therefore rebelled or supported the insurgency. The northern Uganda reconstruction plan was designed just to attract donor money. No wonder, that money has been wantonly stollen under the supervision of the Prime Minister.
    To Museveni, a successful rehabilitation and reconstruction of northern Uganda would amount to rewarding the area for having supported the insurgency.
    I wonder how the UPC government would have treated Luwero triangle had it managed to defeat Museveni’s rebellion in the early 80s!
    However, Museveni is now faced with a potential threat of armed rebellion with bases in Buganda region. He knows very well that having suffocated all civilised ways of expressing dissent the situation is ripe for armed rebellion. Moreso, he knows that Ugandans now understand than ever before that he has always taken them for a ride. He has hastly pitched camp in Luwero under the guise of fighting poverty. He has demarcated the area into zones and assigned his senior army officers as zonal leaders under the overall command of his top most General and brother.
    In military terms, this is a purely counter insurgency operation meant to win back the local support and deny the enemy ground. No doubt, even the FUNDING for this operation will indirectly come from the Ministry of Defence budget. The recent appointment of Gen. Katumba – a Muganda as head of the Army also alludes to these desperate efforts.
    Unfortunately, the major problem of oppressed Ugandans is failure to understand Museveni’s manipulative ways.

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