Monday, January 14, 2008

No justice No Peace

I have heard that statement so many times that is beginning to ache my ears.

What is justice. Wikipedia so help me
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice

If this is the policy we are going to live with, then i think that we are going to be here (without peace) for a long time.

What justice are we (they) asking for that Kibaki steps down for being declared a president in a flawed electoral process. That Kibaki allegedly did not win the election. That R.O. was elected president and M.K was declared president (allegedly of course). I don't know the truth about that and i am not ECK nor a returning officer nor an observer (partial or impartial). Primary evidence is of course the most credible evidence; those who saw with their eyes, those who heard it. Well, anything else is just much hearsay.

circumstances however may make one believe otherwise; the pollsters, the Number of seats a party garnered in the electoral process and popularity or lack thereof.

Will this justice be handed; i don't know.

Just for a second this justice is handed; will the other side of the divide also demand justice?

The punishment for killing is death.

The punishment for destroying people's property could land you a few years behind bars.

Arsonists also do get a few years behind bars.


Are we all ready for justice?