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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Black Kenya builds wall to keep out Black Muslim terrorists

Another News Blackout

  • The controlled Corporate Media Machine somehow forgot to report that Kenya is building a wall to protect their border and their people from invasion by Muslim terrorists.
  • Strange, a Black nation builds a wall to keep out Black Muslim terrorists.  Maybe, just maybe, protecting your border is not racist.

(Gulag Bound)  -  Obama might want to take note… his beloved Kenya is building a wall to keep out the very same terrorists that Obama is letting into America. Kenya has announced that they will begin to erect a nearly 435-mile-long wall along their northeastern border with Somalia to keep al-Shabaab terrorists from coming over and killing their soldiers and citizens.
“This wall will help us check on people like al-Shabaab from crossing to and from Somalia. We will not limit movement of other people. There is a need for joint cooperation between both countries and our leaders in dealing with terrorism, which has affected us negatively,” Kenya’s Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery told reporters in Nairobi, according to Defense News.
Nkaissery added: “the security barrier consists of a concrete wall ringed with a barbed-wire electric fence and trenches. It will also have observation posts where electronic surveillance cameras will be installed to monitor movements on either side of the border.”
Al-Shabaab is connected to al-Qaeda. ISIS is fighting with al-Shabaab over turf in Somalia. Just two months ago, Kenya’s National Police warned that al-Shabaab poses a severe security threat to Kenya. The warning came after the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF), backed by Somalia’s national army, killed 34 al-Shabaab Jihadists in two separate attacks.

Al Shabaab raids Kenyan special forces

Nkaissery also told reporters: “that contrary to assertions by the Somali government and some influential clans and communities on either side of the border, the [proposed] fence would not limit or deter the movement of people between the two countries. Instead, he said the fence would limit cross-border terrorist movements and enable the country to prevent attacks which have killed more than 400 people in the country since 2012.”
Many in Kenya who were previously against the wall, are now suddenly for its construction. Somalia’s Maheran clan, an armed and influential border community that had been opposed to the plan, has reportedly embraced the Kenyan government’s plan to construct a border wall. “In January this year, at least 80 Kenyan soldiers died in the Maheran clan communal area in an attack Kenyan officials believe was carried out with the help of local clan militias,” notes Defense News. “The [border] wall will have border posts in Mandera, Lamu and three other border towns. The project is fully funded by the Kenyan government, with labor coming from the Ministry of Transport and the National Youth Service, while the Kenya Defence Forces provides security to the construction crews,” they added.
It is part of a series of measures announced by the Kenyan government to crack down on extremism in its midst in the wake of an attack by al-Shabaab on Garissa University in the northeast which saw 148 people, most of them students, killed by Jihadists.
The US has deployed both manned and unmanned aircraft to bomb an al-Shabaab training camp in Somalia, killing over 150 jihadists. That happened in March.
The massive project has generated heated debate in Kenya. Deputy President William Ruto said the fence would stretch 700 kilometers. “Whatever it is going to cost us and whatever it will take, we are going to make sure that our country is safe,” he added in a televised speech. Interior Ministry Spokesman Mwenda Njoka told IRIN that the barrier would be built by the National Youth Service under the supervision of the army.
Njoka also said:
“The wall is basically meant to limit illegal crossing and monitor movement of people. People with legal documents will be allowed to cross as security agents capture their data. We want to know specifics of people, why they are moving from country to country and what their intentions are.
“It will involve a combination of putting up obstacles and digging trenches, especially in areas which are not navigable, to prevent people from crossing into and from the country. There will be CCTV cameras powered by solar and a control center manned by border patrol units, where information on possible threats will be received, tabulated and action taken in real time. Some areas will have electric fences.
“There will be designated points for people to legally use while entering or leaving the country.
“Government security agents believe al-Shabab combatants do not live in the country [Kenya], but rely on Kenyan recruits to do logistics for them.”
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Al-Shabaab Muslim Terrorists
Kenya confirmed it will resume construction of the security wall along its border with Somalia to help curb cross border incursions by Al-Shabaab militants.

Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery said the building of the 700km wall on the Kenya-Somalia border from Mandera in northeast Kenya to Kiunga in the coast will keep out the Al-Shabaab elements from infiltrating the county from Somalia as well as bar unwanted persons from illegally getting into the country.  (More)

Muslim Mall Massacre
On September 21, 2013, Muslim terrorists attacked Westgate shopping mall, the most upscale mall in Nairobi, Kenya. The attack resulted in at least 67 deaths, and more than 175 people were reportedly wounded in the mass shooting.
The extremist Islamic group al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the incident.

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