Nigerian Psychological Warfare

Like religious clerics, Politicians control people either through fear of hell or promise of heaven on Earth. While the promise of utopia and new infrastructure is well debated, the fear of Apocalypse is much stronger and more effective, but never discussed openly. When non state actors use the fear to achieve political aims, they are ...

Ideological, civilizational or money politics which way Nigeria?

The political carpet crossing aka decamping is essentially mercenary money politics that exposes the futility of ideological politics without an Original African civilizational foundation. Basically, we have two ideological cardinal points, left and right, and four global civilizations – Christian (Europeans), Islamic (Afroasian), Buddhist (Indo-China) and Ifa/Original African (Black). For awhile in the 1900s, the ...

Administrative kidnapping of Middlebelt is bane of Nigeria!

Far deeply profound than the Chibok Girls kidnapping that was the precursor of what has now turned into a national phenomenon. The entire peoples of the Middlebelt were administratively kidnapped, in order to take hostage of the destiny of Nigeria and the Black Race, by depriving the largest conglomeration of Black people the opportunity to ...

Southern Governors Forum is a display of civilizational illiteracy and slavery.

I was pleased by the conclusions reached by the Southern Governors over herdsmen insecurity, restructuring and other issues, but the exclusion of Middlebelt governors at the forefront of these problems just showed that Southern politicians are mentally and culturally caged. How can they meet on these issues of herdsmen and state police without Benue Governor ...

The evil games of regime change, not in our name!

Using African (Yoruba) Spiritual science last year, we noted that Ogun, the cyclical spiritual essence of war, was entering a very turbulent violent period from June 2020 that would last till November 2022. Therefore we are not particularly surprised by the current spike in social unrest, terrorism, banditry, kidnapping, secessionist upheavals and probably a short ...

African pseudo elites are the bane of Africa.

Every free society has its own home grown elites and aristocrats that naturally grow from their civilizational foundations, economically and politically. However Abrahamic cultural imperialism through Arab Islamists and Christian colonists robbed and continues to institutionally rob Africa of its true leaders. Following slavery that thrived by arming and empowering bandits to become kings, colonization ...

Isn’t Buhari an epitome of US democracy

Eurocentric Original Africans have been fooled by the concept of Western democracy and what Buhari has done is to make it clear that it is all about civilizational interests.Unfortunately, accustomed to viewing things from dysfunctional Pan-Tribal perspectives, Southern and Middlebelt peoples incorrectly label Buhari political maneuvers as Fulanization. However, Buhari doesn’t only share the dividends ...

We need a major war to shine our eyes!

American and French revolutions were provoked by 7yr Ohio War, Russia and China revolutions were provoked by 2nd World War, Nigerian revolution will be provoked by proxy and religious wars.People don’t learn from logic but bitter experience. The political and economic classes always overplay their hands before the masses used as foot soldiers revolt.When Southerners ...

Back to Eden: The return of the global Original African civilization.

The current globally dominant Western civilization is based on the concept of scarcity and the world won’t know peace and sustainability until it returns to the Original African civilization based on abundance and natural justice. According to the science of Precession of the Equinox, the world is currently at the cusp of a 2000 year ...

Is Northern unity or Southern disunity the bane of Nigeria?

Very often we hear the Southerners complain of Northern hegemony, especially singling out the Fulani. It is not only talk because we know how the Fulani attacked Oyo Empire in the West to Kwararafa Confederacy in East, creating the largest Caliphate in Africa. We have seen their power play and politics of exclusion against those ...
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