What does “King” Ronald Mutebi Do?

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The Elite should stop using the peasants to preserve their minority life-style while the majority, Peasants are the ones in subjugation-losing life & property. For what.., some selfish cunts..called Royalist?
All Royals are Parasites on society. Anyone that worships another man is an idiot!!!

Ohh, Poor Peasants being manipulated by selfish Royal Cunts!!

Ohh, Poor Peasants being manipulated by selfish Royal Cunts!!

What my Baganda friends must understand is that until they accept to be Ugandan nationals first, they will always run head-on with the government of the day, no matter who is in government. It started with the British in the early 1900s, then the mid 1900s, followed by Benedicto Kiwanuka’s government around 1960, Obote’s government in the mid-1960s and now Museveni’s government.

What the Baganda should seriously consider is whether their demands, attitudes and actions do not risk the very kingdom restored by Museveni against all advice. How come the Baganda keep blaming others and not once considered that they are the actual cause of problems? Why should the Kabaka want to visit disputed areas?

From history, we know that those areas were part of Bunyoro Kingdom, which the British gave to Buganda because of the latter’s connivance with the British in fighting Bunyoro. If Buganda has the right to demand its land from the Central Government, then why can’t Bunyoro demand its land maliciously given to Buganda? What is good for the goose is good for the gander!

Whereas I agree that Buganda Kingdom should be given back its land and properties by the Central Government, Bunyoro Kingdom’s land and properties should also be returned by Buganda and the government.
The Kabaka can go and celebrate Buganda’s Youth Day in other parts of Buganda other that the disputed areas.
Balmoi Tido,
UK
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Looting in the Name of King and Tribe. A suspected looter carries mattresses after his arrest following clashes in the Natete neighbourhood in the Ugandan capital Kampala

Looting in the Name of King and Tribe. A suspected looter carries mattresses after his arrest following clashes in the Natete neighbourhood in the Ugandan capital Kampala


Ugandan military personnel patrol the streets in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

Ugandan military personnel patrol the streets in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

Armed riot police secure the area around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

Armed riot police secure the area around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

A Ugandan man surveys the area with destroyed cars around the destroyed Nateete Police Station in Kampala

A Ugandan man surveys the area with destroyed cars around the destroyed Nateete Police Station in Kampala

Armed riot police read a newspaper report as they sit among the destroyed cars near to the destroyed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

Armed riot police read a newspaper report as they sit among the destroyed cars near to the destroyed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

The Ugandan Commissioner for Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura  gestures as he speaks during a press conference in Kampala, Uganda

The Ugandan Commissioner for Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura gestures as he speaks during a press conference in Kampala, Uganda

Ugandan police escort arrested civilians into the Wandegeya police station in the capital Kampala

Ugandan police escort arrested civilians into the Wandegeya police station in the capital Kampala

Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

A Police vehicle is burnt  out, along with other vehicles around the area near to the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

A Police vehicle is burnt out, along with other vehicles around the area near to the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda

Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala

Ugandan police ride on the back of a pick-up truck past burning barricades in the Natete suburb of Kampala

Ugandan police ride on the back of a pick-up truck past burning barricades in the Natete suburb of Kampala

A boy looks at the remains of a burnt truck following clashes in the Seta neighbourhood of the Ugandan capital Kampala

A boy looks at the remains of a burnt truck following clashes in the Seta neighbourhood of the Ugandan capital Kampala

Rioters clear burning tyres used to block roads in a suburb of Kampala

Rioters clear burning tyres used to block roads in a suburb of Kampala

Police arrest a suspected rioter after clashes over a row between the Ugandan government and Buganda in Kampala

Police arrest a suspected rioter after clashes over a row between the Ugandan government and Buganda in Kampala

A vendor carries newspapers for sale along the streets of Uganda's capital Kampala

A vendor carries newspapers for sale along the streets of Uganda's capital Kampala

A marabou stork stands next to a bus terminus in Kampala

A marabou stork stands next to a bus terminus in Kampala

A newspaper vendor sells newspapers reporting on the ongoing riots and violence resulting from a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda, along the streets of Uganda's capital Kampala

A newspaper vendor sells newspapers reporting on the ongoing riots and violence resulting from a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda, along the streets of Uganda's capital Kampala

Communique From Anti Ugandans

Kabaka Mutebi Has Joined Us Baganda Radicals
David KasoziUSA and Buganda

Kyawedde dda! Ssabasajja is cool with us radical Baganda. Many of us are constantly accused of being “too radical” by fellow Baganda because we are not willing to compromise with NRM or anyone else who suggests that Uganda is more important than Buganda. Many Ugandans, including prominent Baganda both in Mmengo and outside have vilified us by calling us “tribalists”, “sectarian”, “unpatriotic”, “backward” or ”too radical”. Even Kabaka’s representatives in Europe and America, serving their own personal interests, have made false reports to Mmengo and Kabaka about us. We have even been accused of being “anti Kabaka” and “anti Mengo” simply because we are not afraid of pointing out Buganda government officials who are in bed with the enemy.

Who are we? We are the millions of Baganda youths in Nkoba za Mbogo, Bana ba Kintu and other organizations, who pioneered the resistance against the marginalization of our Kabaka and our nation Buganda. We are the Bazukulu ba Buganda, who a few corrupt Buganda government officials, cheating Kabaka, have harassed for years. We the radicals also include members of Ggwangamujje in Europe and America who have not been equivocal about putting Buganda and Kabaka first. We have organized Ttabamiruka conferences in America and Buganda, angering the NRM government, Uganda politicians and even some Buganda government officials. Oh, and we are also deep in Mmengo, fighting the NRM moles who betray our Kabaka and Buganda for a few pieces of silver. A few of us are even Baganda clan leaders, who would rather die poor than betray our Kabaka and our Bazukulu. Some of us radical have been kidnapped and molested, or otherwise harassed, but gone back to the our usual behavior of channels to telling the NRM dictators that we won’t quit! It is us radicals who have also made the ultimate sacrifice for Buganda, getting shot dead by the NRM government’s police and soldiers.

The reason we are radical is simple. We whole heartedly embrace the saying, “Baganda nkoba za mbogo; zegya zoka mu bunya”. And the plot to destroy Buganda, since 1990, is so thick that if we continue acting “nice and civilized” there might be no Buganda soon. You will not hear us praising any Ugandan politician, Muganda or not, as the one will save Buganda; because we know they cannot. Nor do we get excited about promised from the NRM government because we do not accept the idea that anyone has a right to play “master” over Kabaka and Buganda. All that talk about Federo is alright so long it is not “given” or “granted” to us. Only Baganda can and should determine how they are ruled, whether Federo or full independence. We do not owe Uganda anything and cannot be forced to accept other people’s arrangements under duress, as it happened in 1960 and 1995.

We proudly claim that Ssabasajja is now one of us radical Baganda because his historical actions in September 2009 leave no doubt that he has lost patience with the “Abasajja tubakwaate mpola” philosophy. We are confident that he is tired of uncivilized, unkempt, Banamawanga telling him to shut up while they rape and pillage his kingdom. Look around him now and you see us, the radicals. We didn’t all start this way. So, it is OK if you are not yet a radical Muganda but we look forward to having you join us. It is such a liberating feeling!

Balalo(Uganda cattle keepers) suffer discrimination from both Central government and other tribes

Balalo(Uganda cattle keepers) suffer discrimination from both Central government and other tribes

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  1. 500 suspects held, 14 dead in city riot

    At least 550 people have so far been arrested in connection to the riots that have, for three days, affected business in Kampala city and claimed 14 lives, police announced yesterday.
    Police also warned that the arrest the hunt for the ring leaders was still ongoing.

    “I can tell you that we are still arresting, this is not all, we are going to arrest more,” the Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura told journalist yesterday at the CID headquarters in Kampala, adding that 83 of the suspects have been charged in court.

    The Police chief also said that the rioters had retreated to the suburbs describing the mayhem as pre-planned by ill intentioned and malicious characters.

    “There has been orchestrated violence and lawlessness in the suburbs of Kampala this (Saturday) morning; surburbs like Nateete,Kyengera,Kamwokya and Kireka have experienced sporadic incidents of hooliganism and brief episodes of disturbances,”Mr Kayihura said.

    Although he did not name who had organized the thugs into rioting, Mr Kayihura said the rioters targeted security personnel on patrol.

    He also disclosed that 82 victims including 13 police officers were being treated for injuries in various hospitals.
    The police also paraded 11 suspects who reportedly torched down Nateete police station. The hunt for other suspects was still on by last evening.

    The IGP also refuted reports that the Kabaka had been put under house arrest, saying as police they have no intention to place the Kabaka of Buganda under any kind of arrests.

    Following the deaths and incidence of excessive use of force by the security agencies, Mr Kayihura ordered no more use of teargas and live bullets against the rioters.

    “I don’t want to hear cases of live bullets or excessive force, just arrest those causing chaos but do not use excessive for because there is no need now,” he told journalists.

    He also castigated the way Mr Robert Sserumaga was arrested, saying he will be given police bond as the investigations go on. He also promised to investigate incidence where journalists have been beaten and tortured while covering the riot.

    Meanwhile Mr Sserumaga, a senior journalist who was picked after a TV talk show on Friday night, was last evening taken to Kampala Central police station to record a statement after spending a night in unknown location.

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