When a Kenyan living in the USA wrote on Facebook that despite living there, she still values home, there was a mixture of responses. From jibes to endorsements, that was an interesting factor.
This time around, a fellow Kenyan went ham on Kenyans on Facebook, telling them off.
He says that most of the Kenyan women don’t post anything concrete on the social network; they just fish for likes.
The man is non-other than “Karl Max.”
“Whenever you demand for ‘freedom of speech’ you better have something important to say.
Yet, Kenyans with their perceived freedom of speech vomit the most disgusting vitriol you can ever read, particularly when it comes to politics.
An average Kenyan cannot think up any political idea without him/her using his/her tribe as the lens of perception.
The ‘Kenyan Facebook Fam’ just eloquently displays the immaturity.
It’s going through Facebook that you will realise that many Kenyans really have very low thinking capacities and even lower levels of immaturity.
Granted, there are some Facebook pages from decent Kenyans but many more are just faecal garbage.
I must admit that I don’t think I will ever join Facebook unless, of course, circumstances in my life demand that I constantly inform people about certain constructive things.
It’s my hope that circumstances will never force me to join.
These are the idiocies that Kenyans love practising on Facebook.
a) “oohhh swirry you look so cute”: apparently 70% of Kenyan women on Facebook cannot post anything constructive except posting photos of their bleached skins and waiting for endorsements from other facebookers. So, you have a whole Adam of a man always complimenting ladies ‘oohhh swirry you look so cute’ even if the lady looks like a crossbreed between a warthog and a pig. Why do you have to seek approval from Facebook? As a man, you think always complimenting women on Facebook will earn you their favours? You can do better researching about the next big business idea instead of being a slave to egocentric women.
b) ‘Facebook Mothers’: these are the Kenyan women who splash out their baby’s photos all over Facebook. The world isn’t interested in your kids. The world wasn’t there when you were being f*cked so keep the products of your sexual encounters to yourself. Our grandmothers used to get 10 kids without creating a fuss. Don’t you think if you are rich, you offer potential kidnappers an opportunity to kidnap your kid?
c) Political idiots: Some Kenyans especially men cannot engage in serious discussion without resorting to vile tribal nonsense. I am not surprised that an MP from Central can only think of circumcision when he makes a point.
d) Sycophants: so you’ve got these idiots that spend their time viewing the pages of the mighty. So when Ann waiguru opens a conference, these idiots are all over her Facebook page ‘complimenting’ her. Come on, she is doing her work, right? Don’t think you will ever capture her attention with your meaningless Facebook sycophancy?