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~The Kenyan ruling class led by the handshake government in power today has run out of ideas of cheating Kenyans who are daily oppressed and exploited by their bankrupt system that only pushes the country deeper and deeper into political, economic and social crisis.
Everyday everywhere they sing about corruption yet they do nothing to take the culprits into prison or confiscate their wealth earned through corruption. The very word corruption is now used to hide the crimes committed by members of the ruling class. When millionaires steal billions they are arrested by the anti-corruption police, charged with corruption, given bail and their cases made to drag on until in many cases the criminals go free. Yet the ruling class in power continues chanting platitudes about fighting corruption.
On the other hand, when persons from the class of the poor steal, rob or commit fraud they are immediately arrested and put into custody and charged with the real crimes of theft, robbery, fraud and are sooner or later committed into prison. So the world corruption is being used to hide the theft, robbery and fraud committed by the ruling class and to give the impression that the government in power is committed to the war against the gross violations of public property involving billions or even trillions. 
But what is the root cause of this crime baptised as corruption by the ruling class in power in Kenya today? And is the ruling class capable of ending the crime? The answer is No! The ruling class of Kenya has neither the will nor the ability to end corruption. This is because the root cause of corruption is the capitalist system that dominates Kenyan economics, politics, culture, morality and psychology today. 
It is the system that encourages primitive accumulation of land, wealth and capital, where individuals and families accumulate thousands and thousands of acres of land which they don't need while there are millions of Kenyans who are landless and need the land for their survival and development. In this system of exploitation of person by person based on greed, individual families are proud to own billions and trillions which they are proud to display while millions of people wallow in poverty in urban areas or live a poor life in primitive lifestyles in the country. In this capitalist system people are actually starving and dying of hunger while the class in power politics about handshake and pushes the country deeper and deeper into foreign debt.
The rulers keep on parroting everyday about fighting corruption to deliberately cover their crimes. But the question is, who in the ruling class is not corrupt? Isn't the capitalist system based on exploitation of person by person not corruption? Isn’t robbing public property by the rich for the rich by privatising air and water ports, sugar industries, state parastatals etc. not corruption? Isn’t privatising essential services such schools, health facilities and housing and denying them to the poor while increasing the divide between the few rich and the majority poor not corruption? Isn’t teaching young persons to aspire for corrupt life styles and values of acquiring money at all costs rather than values of hard work, good morals and changing our country for the better based on communist values not corruption?
To the Kenyan ruling class today, the fight against corruption is just a song,
lie, platitude, drama and open impunity. How are people who are part and parcel of corruption be expected to lead the war against corruption successfully? What I am saying is that the fight against corruption in Kenya must be fought side by side with the fight against the capitalist system. CPK recognizes that corruption is ultimately the baby of capitalism and therefore to kill it we must target the mother, the capitalist system. We expose the lies of the ruling class in power that has neither the will nor the ability to remove the corruption monster. The building and strengthening of CPK and communist ideology in Kenya is the reliable and genuine path towards rooting out corruption in Kenya and elsewhere. Happy Easter comrades!~


The BBI sympathizers and their bosses brace themselves for more humiliation.
17 May 2021 18:03

The BBI orphans are taking their debacle to the Court of Appeal. They have a right to do so. After all, those who have lost a beloved one spend a period of mourning before they accept the reality of death. BBI is as dead as a doornail. But let us allow the orphans and relatives of the departed one to mourn their way to court for the Constitution they attempted to amend illegally allows them this right. BBI has lost in the court of public opinion, and if they dare corrupt their way to a referendum, they can only face more humiliation by being outvoted. The Communist Party of Kenya reaffirms th [ ... ]

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01 May 2021 10:05

The Communist Party of Kenya (CPK) sends greetings of comradeship and solidarity to you Kenyan workers and your fellow workers of the World as you commemorate this year's historical International Labour Day! We reiterate the communist's slogan to workers of the World by the founder of scientific communism, Karl Marx: Workers of the World unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains! The Kenyan society will always be grateful to you workers for being the primary movers of the economy and culture of our nation through your labour. CPK is a workers’ political party since we champion the cla [ ... ]

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29 Apr 2021 19:22

This year, 2021, marks a hundred years since the founding of the great Communist Party of China (CPC). In the name of Socialist Internationalism, the Communist Party of Kenya (CPK) takes this opportunity to extend this message of congratulations, friendship and revolutionary solidarity to the leadership and membership of CPC as you commemorate the long and rich history of your Party that led the people of China to liberate themselves and nation from feudalism, brutal Japanese colonialism and imperialism led by the United States of America. Through the leadership of CPC, China has succeeded t [ ... ]

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23 Apr 2021 09:21

A book Review by Regina Mutheu The Spoken autobiography ‘My Life’ by Ignacio Ramonet was first published in Spanish in 2006, following over a hundred hours of interview with Fidel Castro, and was translated into English in 2008. In the first Chapter, Ramonet states that the idea to write the Autobiography came to him in February 2002 when Comrade Fidel Castro engaged him and Joseph Stiglitz, an economics Nobel Laureate, on the effects of globalisation, and the need for a movement to counter it. Fidel's clarity and quickness to analysis, knowledge, and passion for emerging revolutionary i [ ... ]

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