Sunday, March 29, 2009


One of the most peculiar things you will find with DALC staff, old and current.  Is a fear so deep, that many of them will not dare tell the truth about OBORAH and his fraudulent activities. These are staff who know precisely how the DALC con is run. They have collected money on DALC's behalf and handed IIU degrees to DALC students.
Some students also fall into this category of people who have not seen,heard or spoken evil at DALC. They will defend DALC mindlessly and take matters personal if you question DALC.  I say mindlessly because it is not a defence informed by facts, it is as if questioning DALC is equal to insulting them.
So why do people pay expensively to study at DALC, get dubious diplomas and then defend the same people defrauding them?
Why do staff who work 12hrs a day and get paid on the 10th of the month fail to speakout about an institution that has contributed so much to their suffering?

I have not lost it. Look carefully at DALC and you will realise that it brainwashes its staff and students such that these people are fearful or fiercely loyal to DALC.  In the late 1950s, psychologist Robert Jay Lifton studied former prisoners of Korean War and ultimately defined a set of steps involved in the brainwashing cases he studied:  DALC uses the some of the tricks to turn students into staunchest defenders and staff to fearfull wimps who would not dare make a statement..even to the police due to their fear of OBORAH.

Breaking down the self

  • Assault on identity: You are not who you think you are.
    This is a systematic attack on a persons sense of self (also called his identity or ego) and his core belief system. The agent denies everything that makes the target who he is:  At DALC the staff hear things like "You are not a man." "You are not effective." "You are a fool" The target is under constant attack for all the months they work there. Oborah has never had a good thing to say to his staff and they get to the point that they becomes exhausted, confused and disoriented. In this state, the staffs beliefs seem less solid.

  • Guilt: You are bad.
    When the identity crisis is setting in, DALC creates an overwhelming sense of guilt in the staff. Staff are repeatedly and mercilessly attacked for any "sin" they commit, large or small. Infact, DALC never ever compliments its staff and has been rebuking them in an online system where even students can read staff memos warning specific staff. Staff are strongly criticised for everything from "questioning in DALC" of his beliefs to being stupid. The staff begin to feel a general sense of shame, that everything he/she does is wrong. Thats why no one in DALC will answer even simple questions as they are fearful of making another mistake and getting a rebuke/firing for the same. All questions are refered to one man.

  • Self-betrayal: Agree with me that you are bad.
    Once the staff is disoriented and drowning in guilt, DALC forces them through the  continuance of the mental attack to agree with DALC values and disagree with the others who have a "wrong" belief system that he holds. This betrayal of his own beliefs and of people he feels a sense of loyalty to increases the shame and loss of identity the he is already experiencing. That is why you find a person who holds a masters degree from a genuine University teaching at DALC. It is fundamentally against everything he learned at the university yet he continues to do it rather than seek another job. The same person might actually accuse the Nation Newspaper of having a vendetta against DALC for its articles that expose the bogus nature of the institution.

  • Breaking point: Who am I, where am I and what am I supposed to do?
    With this identity in crisis, experiencing deep shame and having betrayed what he has always believed in, the staff may undergo what in the lay community is referred to as a "nervous breakdown. The staff may have lost his grip on reality and have the feeling of being completely lost and alone. When the person has reached this, his sense of self is pretty much up for grabs -- he has no clear understanding of who he is or what is happening to him. At this point, DALC converts the person to their own set of beliefs.

The Possibility of Salvation

  • ­­Leniency: I can help you.
    With ­the target in a state of crisis, the agent offers some small kindness or reprieve from the abuse. He may a small payrise of lets say 2000, or give a compliment. In a state of breakdown resulting from an endless psychological attack, the small kindness seems huge, and the staff may experience a sense of relief and gratitude completely out of proportion to the offering, for example DALC staff celebrate when the salaries come early on the 8th of the yet that date is still late by all standards.

  • Compulsion to Speak: You can help yourself.
    For the first time in the brainwashing process, the staff is faced with the contrast between the guilt and pain of identity assault and the sudden relief of leniency. The staff may feel a desire to reciprocate the kindness offered to him, and at this point, the DALC may present the possibility of speaking as a means to relieving guilt and pain. Speaking about staff who question the institution, overly inquisitive students are all things the staff could speak about.

  • Channeling of guilt: This is why you're in pain.
    After weeks or months of assault, confusion, breakdown and moments of leniency, DALC staff's guilt usually has lost all meaning -- they are not sure what they have done wrong, they just know that they are wrong. This creates something of a blank slate that lets the agent fill in the blanks: THe staff can attach that guilt, that sense of "wrongness," to whatever he wants.

Rebuilding the Self

  • ­Progress and harmony: If you want, you can choose good.
    DALC  introduces a new belief system as the path to "good." At this stage, Oborah stops the abuse, offering the some comfort i.e promotion, pay rise, kind words and mental calm in conjunction with the new belief system. The staff will be rewarded for loyalty and encouraged to fully take in DALCs belief systems. Such a member of staff has largely denounced his old belief system in response to leniency and to­rment, and making a "conscious choice" in favor of the contrasting belief system helps to further relieve his guilt.

  • Final confession and rebirth: I choose good.
    Contrasting the agony of the old with the peacefulness of the new, the target chooses the new identity, clinging to it like a life preserver. He rejects his old belief system and pledges allegiance to the new one that is going to make his life better. At this final stage, you will find graduates of University of Nairobi, Egerton and Kenyatta University defending DALC with a cultlike passion. The staff has been converted to induct the converted target into his new community. This stage is been described by some brainwashing victims as a feeling of "rebirth."

When you feel that DALC is the right thing to do and get rid of all the guilt you had initially, you have passed through the DALC indoctrination system.


  • Excellent analysis of the staff at DALC. They are alot more like stuff. They have nothing to say about anything..even those who left a year ago speak in hushed tones about Oborah's misdeeds. They act as if the man is a God of sorts. Thats total brainwash!

    March 29, 2009 at 4:38 PM

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