Kenya’s Cult Killing targeted and murdered children, starving them to death.
The earliest victims of the Doomsday Kenya Cult killings were children. Since they had a poor immune system and would perish quickly if they lacked vital nutrients, they were the first to be attacked.
“Poor nutrition and hunger is responsible for the death of 3.1 million children a year. That’s nearly half of all deaths in children under the age of 5. The children die because their bodies lack basic nutrients.” says The World Counts, a news agency.
‘fast in the sun so they would die faster’, said Katana, who was a preacher earlier in the cult.
The police have discovered 201 bodies so far in the soil of Africa, following the cult investigation that had taken place.
In Kenya, the Doomsday Kenyan Cult committed infamous crimes by starving people to death. The innocent and unspeakable were the ones drawn into this trap; they had no choice but to die now to ensure a better future—heaven.
They were led to think that they would encounter Jesus. Once they agreed to fall for the trap, they were locked inside the hut without food or drink and starved to death. They were dressed in white after they passed away and buried in the ground.
“They (children) were shut in huts for five days without food or water.”
“Then they wrapped them in blankets and buried them, even the ones still breathing,” said Katana in an interview with a news agency.
The wire was tied around the hands of the bodies when they were found. To keep victims from escaping the lethal trap, the wires were knotted.
Additionally, there have been reports of deceased bodies with missing organs. The cult accused of organ harvesting is another thing the police are looking at.
More than a hundred plus people are still reportedly missing.
Out of all oddity, where people were forced into suffering inhumane conditions, ironically the leader of the cult Paul Nthenge Mackenzie, the self-proclaimed god, lead a life of luxury with all the necessary amenities in the hut.
“the leader of the cult, would himself live in a thatched roof, furniture, television and a tiled bathroom”, Katana told The Times.
It’s also intriguing to see how the tiny sect exemplifies fascist philosophy. In such an unbending structure, life is uncertain. People are frequently duped and, in essential cases, driven to death. For the sake of a select group of self-declared gods, they are coerced, tormented, and ruthlessly murdered.
After the news, it’s also impossible to not get reminded of another terrible California-based cult of Charles Miles Manson.
Nine first-degree murders were committed by the group known as the Manson family. It’s noteworthy in this situation since the leader didn’t give the followers any explicit orders to kill one another, but instead, his twisted beliefs of reality drove individuals to kill one another.
Every cult is motivated by selfishness. Above all, there are few truths and many lies. Some concepts lead to a safe future, but reality says otherwise. Myths and legends abound. There are ideas about race and homicides. There is rape, torture, and profit.
Every self-proclaimed cult that claims to offer truth and reality is deceiving. Cults cannot function without the concept of peace. Peace at all times is unattainable. If the peace is forced, it is almost certainly not the truth.
Than labour in the deep mid-ocean, wind and wave and oar;
O, rest ye, brother mariners, we will not wander more. (Tennyson)