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Black people could not possibly prefer a civilization that killed and colonized them to their own.
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More incomprehensible logic was to come. Having judged us as primitive, the white man proceeded to tell us, The reason I have killed and conquered you is not because I want to steal your land, minerals, timber and labour but because I want to civilize you or turn you into what I am. In other words, I want to turn you into the one who kills you, transform you into your own enemy!
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Controversial human rights activist, Koigi Wa Wamwere is one of those people. This book is not just an autobiography, but a lesson in history and a manifesto against neocolonialism.
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Without self-aggrandizement, Koigi Wa Wamwere traces Kenya's history with his own life's work as a centrepiece. From British colonialism and the Mau Mau fighters to the corruption of Kenyatta and Moi we see Kenya's continuing struggle toward freedom. The only problem I had with Wamwere's book was his position on female circumcision, which I strongly disagree with.
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Despite this, he relates his struggle passionately and well. Agree or disagree with Wamwere, he brings strong arguments and an undeniable commitment to human rights and democracy. Andalusia rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Nilu rated it liked it Feb 11, Nick rated it liked it Mar 10, Cassandra rated it really liked it Aug 16, Joel rated it really liked it Feb 10, Danny rated it it was amazing Feb 15, L Marks rated it really liked it Jul 27, Sarah rated it really liked it Jan 18, William Kimeria rated it it was amazing May 24, Liz Mattson rated it it was amazing Sep 02, Millicent rated it really liked it Jan 08, Melissa rated it liked it Jan 07, Virginia rated it really liked it Oct 15, Their efforts brought about a show trial at which Koigi was sentenced to four more years in prison and "six strokes of the cane," and escaped Kenya--and probably execution--only through the exertions of human rights groups and the government of Norway.
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Born in Kenya in , he has been fighting for social change in his home country for decades. He was imprisoned in Kenya five times between and , spending a total of thirteen years in prison, including periods during which he was tortured. His execution was averted only by the combined efforts of the Norwegian government and human rights activists around the world.
Today, wa Wamwere continues to put his life on the line for human rights, inspiring those around him with his clear vision and personal strength. Nov 05, Pages.
Tracing the roots of the Mau Mau rebellion, wa Wamwere follows the evolution and degeneration of Jomo Kenyatta and the rise of Daniel arap Moi. In , wa Wamwere won a seat in the parliament, where he represented the economically depressed Nakuru district for three years.
An outspoken activist and journalist, wa Wamwere was framed and detained on three separate instances, spending thirteen years in prison, where he was tortured but not broken. His mother and others led a hunger strike to free him and fellow political prisoners. Add to Cart Add to Cart. Also by Koigi Wa Wamwere. See all books by Koigi Wa Wamwere.
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