Raila Odinga ICC Hague Game and French Connections CorneredApril 5 | Posted by David Goldman | Intelligence News
Raila Odinga is solely the mastermind of the Hague process, intelligence sources have comfortably established.
Mr Odinga through President Barrack Obama who gave him almost $1 million for his 2007 campaign lobbied for the ICC prosecutions through silent diplomacy.
Using cold war tactics Obama and his new war partner French Zarkozy sent intelligence officers and diplomats to weigh and plan on how Mr Odinga could become president of Kenya without causing ethnic storms.
CIA political experts had little work to do about this Strategic has learnt and the opportunity was open through ICC prosecutions of the 2 most prominent leaders of Kenyas most populous tribes.
Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto were easy to blame and with farfetched facts gathered during the pensive 2008 are to be used as evidence.
Unfortunately, Raila and his French friends along his kinsman President Obama have been embarrassed after Chinese intelligence advised on the same.
NSIS under Chinese intelligence tutorage advised the government to form a local mechanism and start investigations on the violence.
The sole purpose of the local mechanism is to investigate and prosecute the actual perpetrators particularly Mr Odinga himself and his lieutenants including Mr Anyang Nyongo and Orengo.
Their arrests will even the political field they have been trying to clear ending the efforts of the French and Americans.
Odinga’s political friends are also in possession of facts that show their leader and his key allies making tours to Europe and the US where they have met with political wheeler-dealers seeking political favors.
Odinga has been politically assassinated by his own making and the Ocampo six trooping to Hague leaves him uncomfortable and without choice but to undo what he made.
The Ocampo six have also fiercely spoken against him terming him as the only political problem left in Kenya.
Odinga is facing imminent arrest when the local investigations are concluded.
He will be blamed for calling for mass action and advising his supporters to fight for the presidency.
Odinga will also be charged as bearing the greatest responsibility for failing to lodge a complaint in the courts within the stipulated time to contest the election.
Evidence show that Mr Odinga lost the election.
He failed to show leadership skills by calling for mass action.