Obama, ODM Action Plan, ODM document, January 20, 2008, Obama Campaign mirrors Raila Odinga campaign, Ridicule old people, Ethnic tensions, Violence

From the Petition to Impeach, expel Senator Obama:

Whereas: As a US Senator, Barack Obama violated the stated intention of
his 2006 Official Government Visa to Africa by publicly propagandizing
for his cousin, Railla Odinga against the US democratic ally of Kenya.
Whereas the stated “mission” of Senator Obama’s Official Visa, according
to the Kenya Office of Public Communications, was to “nurture relations
between the Continent and the United States” he, instead, made public
protest before Kenya citizens to rally against their leadership,
invoking a need for “Change!” and accusing this US allied nation of
“corruption.” In Official Protest of Mr. Obama’s passport abuse and
misconduct, Kenya’s government cited his “extremely disturbing
statements on issues which it is clear, he was very poorly informed, and
on which he chose to lecture the Government and the people of Kenya on
how to manage our country.” Whereas, furthermore, there is no public
record of any sanctions or reprimand by the US Congress of Senator
Obama’s passport violation or campaigning on foreign soil against a US
ally, history has since recorded the broadspread destruction of Kenya’s
economy and large scale loss of life as a result of the violence
instigated by Odinga’s ODM campaign there.

Here is the official Kenyan Government response:


Now, visit the Petition site and read this:

ODM Action Plan as

Executed in Obama’s US

Campaign: A Checklist


By Jacquerie

Part 3



I have it from a reliable source, that the ODM Document below is authentic. Make sure you read it from start to finish. It does match up with Raila Odinga’s campaign, but the really scary part is that it also outlines Obama’s Campaign plan. Remember, Obama visited Kenya in 2006 and supported Odinga.







ODM document



ODM document

January 20 2008 at 4:26 PM






















: 9TH






Mr C Njjonjo 25,000,000

CMC Motors Grp 20,000,000

CFC Bank 5,000,000

Landrover Group Limited (UK) 55,000,000

JIAM 25,000,000

Pastor Gilbert Deya 20,000,000

Gilbert Deya Congregation (UK 10,500,000

Mr James Ongwae 3,500,000

Mr Bosco Gichana 12,000,000

Mr S Osamba (Dallas Tx) 6,100,000

Tata Tea 50,000,000

Tata Consultancy Service 350,000

Tata Motors 35,000,000

Dr Jane Konditi 350,000

Prof J Oduol 300,000

Mr AA Walji 7,000,000

Hon William Ole Ntimama 5,000,000

Mr Zackayo Cheruiyot 4,500,000

Mr Charles Onyancha 300,000

Brig (rtd) Alexanda Sitienei 225,000

Dick Morris Associates (pro bono services) 21,335,000

Dr S Kosgey 2,500,000

Kisumu Simba League 21,750,000

Dr P Otuoma 250,000

Mr S Murunga (Kimilili) 8,500,000

Tony Texeira 21,500,000

Mr S S Sodi 150,000

Zubedi group 20,000,000

Colourprint (posters/caps) 8,000,000

Anura Pereira 107,000,000

J Okungu 350,000

Tony Buckingham 6,000,000

Col Ted Spicer 17,000,000

Mr J kulei 39,000,000

Kamani Family 45,000,000

GOSS 12,500,000

Friends of Senator BO 66,000,000

PK Pattni 13,500,000

United Business Association 70,000,000

Westlands Association 12,800,000

Mr P Oriare 50,000

Premier Club 5,250,000

Gymkhana Group 5,150,000

Ms Esther Passaris 1,000,000

Adopt-a-light (Advertising Support) 20,000,000

Seif-Al-Islam Gaddafi 53,450,000

Visa Oshwal Group 10,200,000

Nakumatt H 26,000,000

Hon Andrej Hermlin 100,000

Linkspartei (PDS) 35,000,000

Hon Mudavadi Family 12,500,000

Spectre International & Associates 90,000,000

Energem resources Inc 52,500,000

Sandline International 10,000,000

Hon N Balala Family 8,000,000

Hon William Ruto 10,000,000

Mr D Berg 1,500,000

Hon Henry Kosgey & Friends 20,000,000

HE O Obasanjo 25,000,000

Mr S Mwaita 1,000,000

SA Support Group (M Otieno) 25,000,000

DRC Support Group 22,000,000

Hon O Kajwang 50,000 Chq RTD

Hon J Nyagah 3,500,000

Mr J Kaikai 500,000

SDP 1,800,000

CHAPS 650,000

GCP (America) 154,000,000

Nganga Petroleum 1,500,000

Hon Eng Nyamunga 100,000

GM 2,000,000

KASS FM 400,000



Parliamentary Application Fees 295,000,000

Civic Application Fees 86,000,000



Dinner Launches Presentations 13,000,000

Merchandise sales 4,300,000




Fund Raising costs 25,813,050

Pre Nomination Rallies 165,355,300

Nominations (Personnel, Logistics, comm.) 160,500,000

Manifesto 76,304,100

Presidential Nominations 54,000,120

Equipment (Choppers, vehicles, etc) 320,208,000

Media Facilitation (Journalists) 29,300,000

Office Management & Overheads 98,567,450

Advertising 335,235,575

Merchandising 75,5625,700

Opinion Polls 7,300,000

Sewcurioty Operations and Personnel 22,500,000

Candidates Expenses (RO) 148,187,000

Pentagonm Allowances (Others) 89,000,000

Intelligenxce 39,775,450

General ICT 26,350,000

Propaganda 68,545,000

Trainning (Seminars & Conferences) 23,020,000




I have taken into account all the subscription/donations/expenditure notes surrendered

to my section by the various arms of the 2007 ODM presidential campaign system.

Obviously, the money currently available cannot cover the campaign work still pending

, and there is an urgent need for the Direcorate of Resource Mobilization to do


Sh 9,435,200



is owed to various media houses which are now demanding upfront

payment for all our advertising

We recommend that the candidate brings forward proposed trips to DRC, Dubai/

Kuwait and Venezuela to ease current pressure

Also expedite fund raising at Coast, Kisumu, UK, and Sweden.




Core Strategy Team:

Prof Peter A Nyongo,



Secretary General ODM

Prof Edward Oyugi Akongo

Prof Patrick Wanyande

Prof Larry Gumbe

Mr Adams Oloo

1. Purpose

1.0 To ensure that the Orange Democratic Movement (hereinafter referred to as

ìODMî) remains united and focused through out the national presidential campaigns


2.0 TO ensure that Hon Raila Amolo Odinga is elected the fourth president of the Republic

of Kenya in succession to the current President Mwai Kibaki

3.0 To ensure that Hon Raila Amolo Odinga secures an absolute majority of parliamentary

seats in the tenth parliament to facilitate the ease of the intended constitutional


2. Preamble

2.0 The just conclude ODM Presidential nominations have ended the speculation and

competition within the ODM ranks with Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga (hereinafter

referred to as the Candidateî) emerging as the Partyís presidential torch bearer. The

enthusiasm and overacting support extended towards the Candidate have debunked

the myth that

a As a member of the Luo community Hon Raila Odinga is not electable to the

presidency in Kenya

This document is intended to provide the conceptual guidelines and roadmap for

the periods leading up to the presidential elections set for December 2007. This

document notes the challenges and obstacles likely to confront the Candidate.

These include




Hon Kalonzo Musyokaís potential to play spoiler




The involvement role of ex-President Daniel arap Moi, his financial

resources country-wide political network, experience and strong following

in the Rift Valley.





Kibakis incumbency and track record




The financial muscle of the Mt Kenya elite and their potential to play

rough and dirty.

The following pages outline a strategy for overcoming the odds and delivering the presidency

to Hon Raila Odinga and ODM in the December elections.





Hon Raila is charismatic and ambitious



Kenyans appreciate him as a fearless crusader for truth, justice and democracy



Has no publicly debated allegations of corruption



Great crowd puller/mobiliser/entertainer



Descends from a legendary family



100% devoted following of the Luo community



Recognized as the individual best credited with the incumbent election to

President in 2002




Won the 2005 Constitution Referendum



Anchored by tribal chiefs with the potential to draw multi-regional support




Limited understanding on economic matters



Has been faulted as having exhibited a knack for political party relationship





Association with Communism



Potential for linkage to the underdevelopment in Nyanza



The 1982 coup



Acrimonious parting of ways with Wamalwa Kijana (Luhya Western) Moi

(Kalenjin, Rift Valley) Kibaki (Gema, Mt Kenya region) and Kalonzo

(Kamba , Eastern)




Matters surrounding corruption allegations related to the molasses plant,

Kisumu and implications of corruption as alleged by the Ndungu Report





Pin down Mwai Kibaki on his 2002 promise to be a one term president



Capitalize on matters related to the dishonoured MoU of 2002



Take advantage of Mwai Kibakisí Laziness and laidback attitude



Exploit anti-Kikuyu sentiments



Leverage the vulnerability of the Kibaki administration responses to corruption

matters as the Anglo-leasing and Goldenberg scandal. Seize this

opportunity to confront him with a powerful anti-corruption campaign message




Ditto the £130b stashed away by Kanu leaders



Artur brothers and their raid to the Standard Group


The Candidates religion and perceived state of religiosity

The publicís perception of the candidateís Communism

Kibera in his Langata constituency is the least developed and most volatile area of


Damage incurred from Hon Rutoís recorded statements on the Candidates unelectability

The Candidates potential for ad-hoc and imrpovised statements


Based on the above SWOT

a the Candidateís



Strengths and Opportunities

significantly outweigh his





b The Candidates/Party popularity is imminent should we recreate and

maintain the euphoria achieved during the 2005 Constitutional Referendum

and in the last General Election.






The Grand Entrance

As earlier agreed in order that our candidate campaigns commence with impact, it is necessary

that he exit Kenya to lay foundation for a grand home coming similar to Matibas

in 1992 and Kibakis in 2002. Whereas the party has identified areas such as Nigeria and

Middle East as regions of interest, it is recommended that the Candidate focus on Europe

and the United States where Diaspora is active) for this purpose. A lengthy absence will

starve the country of Hon Raila and stimulate an outpouring of adoration that will take us

to victory.




Kikuyu Alienation

Owing to this strategyís success during the 2005 referendum, it is the partyís position it

should be utilized once more for the General Election. There is overwhelming feeling

among the non-Gema communities that the Kikuyu are selfish bigots dedicated to a tribal

hegemony who will never share the spoils of government with other communities. Underpinning

this strategy is the blessing that ODM campaign has able pointmen in Mudavadi,

Ruto, Balala and Ntimama who can efficiently galvanize their respective communities

around the anti-kikuyu initiative. Concurrently, every effort must be made to undermine

Kalonzo in order to prevent him from emerging as an alternative avenue for antikikuyu

sentiment. In this regard, particular caution should be placed on regions such as

RVP where Kalonzo has the potential of attracting some of our votes. Anti-Kikuyuism

must be reinforced with promises of jobs and economic gains to key players from every

community supporting this initiative.

The Class Issue

It is possible to trigger a class war by painting the Kibaki Government as an insensitive,

uncaring group of Muthaiga Golf clubbers. Available research also suggests that this

strategy could also resonate with poor kikuyu youth who feel economically marginalized

by their own government. As part of this strategy the party should seek to elevate the

emotions within all youth constituents who may it successful, be willing to vote for us in

the protest. Visible signs of class disparity will provide important fodder for this theme.


It is absolutely essential that through out this campaign, Raila remain aligned to the

Western Countries (such as the United States) in order to take advantage of the deteriorating

relationship between them and Kibaki. ODM can expect both financial and political

support particularly from the United States.

Pull All Plugs

This being the contest of a lifetime, the party should employ all available means to ensure

a victory. Subterranean campaigns will therefore form a critical component of our activities.

Corruption in the Kibaki Government, the mess of Kibakis domestic situation and

the soap opera of the Artur brothers provide ready material for this war.

The Media

Since 2005, the Orange team has maintained intimate contacts across all media. Even

though a number of senior media managers are active in our campaigns, we should establish

strongest Media Centre possible, manned by local and international experts. Indeed,

we must approach this issue with the understanding that victory in the media war could

very well mean victory at the polls.

Identify the Fixers.

There is no doubt that the key regional point men are invaluable to this campaign as

without them the whole thing could tumble. In order to insulate the candidate from attacks

on his person, not all advertising and campaign efforts should be focused on him.

At the same time, all possible efforts should be used to retain discipline among the party

leadership, including reminding them of their vulnerability.


Tap into pledged funding from external donors including Federal Republic of Nigeria,

Germany, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Libya, The Democratic Republic of

Congo as well as individual /institutional caucuses such as GTZ network, Cyril Ramaphosa,

the Deya Ministries and US Republicans among others.

Below is the schedule of activities that will lead to the implementation of our strategy



How to Activate

When to Activate

Action By:

The Anti-Kikuyu crusade

1. This is an important wedge issue. It will help galvanise the rest of the country against a

common enemy and set the overall theme of our campaign

1. Mass media (allusion to predominance of Kikuyus in public service and business

2. Public Rallies

3 Leaflets

4 Viral e-mail and SMS

Through out the campaign period, heightened activities three weeks before elections

All members R.O. to lead the execution of this strategy

Uhuru Kenyatta as Kibakis Choice for 2012

1. 1. Accentuate the anti-Kikuyu sentiments.

2. Cause unease within PNU ranks

3.Attract Luhya vote by eliminating the belief that there will be a Luhya successor

4. Communicate the intention to retain power within a select group of prominent political


(Kenyatta, Moi, Kibaki)


Speculative newspaper articles /opeds


Public pronouncements at all campaign rallies


Blogs/web forums


Leaflets, with special focus on Western Kenya and RVP

Immediately, with heightened media activities end of November

1. Kipkoech Tanui & Okech Kendo.

2. R.O


5. Majimbo present the promise to the electorate that they will retain their resources

at the exclusion of foreigners particularly the Kikuyu, Akamba and the Indians. It is particularly

important in galvanising the Coastal vote.

1. Public Rallies in RVP Western and Coast

2. Op-Ed columns in the mainstream media

3. TV/FM radio call in shows

4. Public forums such as workshops with high profile personalities such as Ghai.


Immediate heightened activities sin December

Ruto to lead campaign team.


Branding the opponent as irredeemably corrupt will provide diversionary salvos and a

campaign theme worth pursuing through out the electioneering period.

1. Press conferences, themed under specific premises such as Telkom and Safaricom


2. TV, Radio, Billboard advertising.

3. Newspaper articles, radio and TV talkshows.

4. Campaign Rallies

5. Viral email, Mashada Blogs, You tube and SmS

Through out the campaign period with heightened activities in NOV/DEC

All RO to provide core leadership.

The Githongo Dossier

Githongo has so far provided the most important ammunition in branding the opponent as

irredeemably corrupt. He still is capable of killer blow

Release more incriminating recordings from his time in Government

10 days before elections

J Odindo to provide Nation forum.

R.O. to release material already in custody

The Artur Brothers

6. This Saga presents unending opportunities to embarrass the Kibaki team

Induce brothers to release their long awaited book at the right moment. Our media

partners are waiting to serialize the contents.

Two weeks before the elections


The age issue

Our core supporters are essentially young people whoa re angry about the domination of

Kibaki politics by frail septuagenarians.

Billboards and leaflets ridiculing the old people in the Kibaki team; contrast this with

billboards of Hon Raila with young people- the promise of a buoyant future.


Communication team


1. Prepare ground for rejection of

1. Press conferences

Oct/Nov/ Dec


Unfavourable results 2.Increase interest in monitoring activities to ensure no rigging


3. Deflect attention from ourselves should opportunities be available to manipulate voter

turnout in our green areas.


Op-Ed Columns


TV/FM radio call-in shows


Petitions to embassies and ODM- friendly NGOsí


Public Rallies

Ethnic Tensions/Violence as a last


To discourage voter participation in hostile areas


Continue pro-Majimbo utterances


Use ODM agents on the ground to engineer ethnic tensions in target areas


Support Kapondiís forces in Mt. Elgon


Leaflets targeting the Kikuyus, Kisiis, etc


Bring Alexanda Sitienei

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