Kenya Under Attack; Sabotage and Foreign Ops in Kenya; Intelligence ReportFebruary 21 | Posted by David James | Geopolitik, Intelligence News
The controversial Obama statement on Kenyan elections, the European Union, France, Britain diplomatic stance, and US-African Affairs top diplomat Carson ‘consequences’ policy on election outcome set the pace for the wider scheme of sabotage-attack in Kenya.
Allegations of planned rigging, threats on the Chief Justice life, international media hype on rigging, diplomatic wars,
These events are of great interest and indicative of subversive activities by both local and foreign actors against the government of the independent republic of Kenya.
Subversive activities to facilitate deliberate action aimed at weakening specific institutions (civil service, intelligence, military, and the presidency) through subversion, obstruction, and disruption to create media hype that paints these institutions as not worthy of public faith and trust based on their perceived ethno-political structure has taken place.
Strategic Intelligence analyzes and defines these events and current GOK problem as the outcomes of the objective to create a public policy that discourages trust on the GOK.
Strategic Intelligence defines political sabotage as the acts of one political camp to disrupt, harass, or damage the reputation of a political opponent, usually during an electoral campaign.
The sabotage is focused on the battle for hearts and minds, whereby the saboteur wants to make the gullible society to identify actively with the saboteur political policy.
The specific value of committing simple sabotage against the perceived political enemy is the onset of executive discord as observed between the leaders of the key arms of the government such as the judiciary, the presidency, civil service, and the police system.
The strategy used involved starting these executive arguments and the civil service acting stupidly to create a media saga and . The use of simple sabotage on a widespread scale has procured the complete harassment and demoralization of Kenyan government administrators and security system as a whole.
This is observed by the drawing into the fray the head of civil service Francis Kimemia, Director General of National Intelligence Service Michael Gichangi, the police chief David Kimaiyo, and the mentioning of the top army general Julius Karangi.
The President of Kenya has been also drawn into the scene, with the land commission appointments as the main weapon. The president has since then waded through. The controversial land issue that has so far been banned as a topic for campaigns was the onset of the attack on the presidency.
Counter Intelligence is required to stymie the attack