If you are or have to be a supporter or follower of the ODM party,you must agree with everything that the party leader says and does irrespective of whether the same is wrong or not. You must never have a mind of your own.You must let him think for you,talk for you and do everything for you. Yours is only to endorse and rubber stamp the things he does or says.
If you must have an opinion divergent from his,you must move out of the party first before expressing it.He’s the only one allowed by the ODM rules and laws to simultaneously criticize and condemn and work and eat with the ruling regime-and you must support him in all that.In the ODM language, it’s called loyalty and party discipline.
Perhaps these are some of the basic things naive party followers like Hon Jim Bonnie have never known. They just immersed themselves into the party blindly without bothering to go through the T&C.That’s why he affords the effrontery to throw hubris at the party leader.
When I realized all these, I moved to Kalausi.At least it’s a safe distance from where I can still afford to preserve my rights and freedoms to free political expression and speak my mind as I wish.My Kalausi platform enables me to tell off the party leader and the party mandarins whenever they go wrong and support them whenever they are right.
In the cases where I bruise their egos,they simply dismiss me as a Kalausi adherent and move on without having to wastes acres of space on social media hitting me below my belt or organizing the men in black.
My advice to my friend Jim Bonnie is this; toe the line and blindly worship OR join us in Kalausi and help Viscount K’Owuor and others break the monotony of the straight lined,narrow,myopic and at times even puerile,and futile political discourse in our land.
You are either a liberal supporter or a helpless sycophant. You can never have it both ways and succeed.These guys are adept at using toxic rhetoric to massage their suppressed political frustrations and can maul you to political oblivion if you allow them the latitude.