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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Militarizing the Police for sectarian politics in USA slave states : Ugandan Police officers to undergo political training - Aronda

For the past several decades, a New World Order has been emerging. The model calls for most of the nations of the world to be divided into two parts - an elite class of political / economic "managers," which in most countries approximates about 20 percent of the population, and a "worker-serf" class, which makes up the remaining 80 percent of the population. The "managers" rule the country at the behest and in the interest of American corporate power, which itself is sustained by the machinations and intrigues of the CIA, which in turn is backed up by the guns of the American military. It is an Orwellian realm of "Newspeak" in which there is very little connection between perception and reality; where "freedom" means "slavery;" "democracy" means rule of the many by the few in the interest of corporate profits; and ORGANIZED religion is utilized as a significant and extremely consequential instrument of state control.For the eighty percent of the population which falls into the "worker-serf" category, it is a notably cruel and utterly despotic system. It's held together in two ways: first, by police forces given to fascist-like brutality, torture, terror, and, on extreme occasions, the use of death squads; and second, by an ORGANIZED religious system which has mastered "magic," "mysticism," and Pavlovian psychological techniques. S.R shearer


Police officers to undergo political training - Aronda






 Police chief Kale Kayihura, Internal Affairs minister Aronda Nyakairima

L-R: Police chief Kale Kayihura, Internal Affairs minister Aronda Nyakairima, and Mpigi District Woman MP Sarah Nakawunde chat during the Uganda Police Senior Management Retreat in Kampala yesterday. Photo by Faiswal Kasirye  


By  RICHARD WANMABWA

Posted  Thursday, November 21  2013 at  02:00


Kampala- Internal Affairs Minister Aronda Nyakairima has called upon police officers to be prepared to undergo political education training at the National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi, because the course helps them to become politically astute.
Speaking to senior police officers, Gen Nyakairima also indicated that the course - often subject to criticism from commentators - helps shape the mindset of officers on how political and social economical matters function.

This helps them make right decisions, he said.
“Political education training is for consciousness and not voting wisely. Therefore, as a Force, you must be ready to train,” Gen Nyakairima said.

Gen Nyakairima was opening a six-day extra council police conference in Kampala yesterday.
He also said that unlike in the past where the country’s leadership wouldn’t care to observe events, the current leadership under President Museveni pays attention to how police operates and carries out its duties.
Gen Nyakairima said another achievement of police was its cordial relationship with sister security agencies in the country, a relationship, he said, has helped build a better inter-force working relationship.
He noted that such a relationship was needed to avert what befell Kenya in September when gunmen attacked Westgate mall, killing scores of people. “You all saw what happened at Westgate. I don’t want to say much because investigations are ongoing, but in our country, there is inter-forces cooperation. You don’t need those armoured vehicles, just a small team with lethal power would do the job,” he said.
The Police Chief, Gen Kale Kayihura, challenged the officers about the increase in crime statistics in the past three years as opposed to 2006-2007 where the Force registered a decline.

Museveni told not to drag police into politics 


 By Monitor Team

Posted  Thursday, November 21  2013 at  02:00

Kampala- Human rights activists and senior opposition figures yesterday asked Mr Museveni not to drag the police into a ‘dispute’ between the Lord Mayor and NRM.
Criticism of the government’s action in Mr Erias Lukwago’s affair revolves around the view that the police are being used illegally to restrict the movement of opposition politicians sympathetic to the Lord Mayor.
The warnings come after the police moved under the cover of darkness on Tuesday to transfer former FDC leader, Kizza Besigye from the Central Police Station in the city centre to Jinja Road Police Station.
Mr Lukwago, already facing the possibility of losing his seat, a scheme allegedly engineered by the NRM, was also transferred overnight from Naggalama Police Station in Mukono District to Kira Road Police Station.
Police forced its way into Dr Besigye’s car on Tuesday after towing it from Ben Kiwanuka Street in downtown Kampala, while the Lord Mayor was picked from his Wakaliga home in Rubaga Division.
Yesterday, police had by 5pm not produced the duo in court and continued to hold them in custody.
Yesterday, Mr Norbert Mao, the Democratic Party president, Mr Joseph Bbosa, the Uganda Peoples’ Congress vice president and Mr Livingstone Sewanyana, the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative executive director, all condemned the arrests as “unconstitutional.”
Mr Bbosa said if Mr Museveni does not stop using the police to curtail fundamental rights and civil liberties, “the people of Uganda will rise up because they have been left with few options.”
Mr Mao noted that the President’s undue involvement in the Lukwago dispute has left him ‘naked’.
“He is dragging the police into a political dispute. President Museveni and the NRM should respect processes,” said Mr Mao.
Mr Ssewanyana spoke about the need for dialogue if the current stand-off between opposition politicians and the police is to be resolved.
“The preventive strategy that the police are using is inconsistent with the constitution. Inherently, it would amount to breach of freedoms of speech and association,” he said.
Reported by Solomon Arinaitwe, Andrew Bagala
and Dear Jeane