Political, cultural or economic restructuring, which comes first?

Prince Justice Faloye Dr Roger Amos in his book, The Blueprint of Black Power made the statement that Culture, the way we do things, is tied to Politics, the way we organize to do things, and Economics, the means used to achieve things. So can we really have political restructuring that will empower Nigerians without ...

Global economic caste system rests on Planned Obsolescence (Lightbulb Conspiracy)

By Prince Justice Faloye The current global economic system is unsustainable since it is based on overproduction of Western globalists through planned obsolescence, known as the Lightbulb conspiracy. The Light Bulb conspiracy can be traced to the beginning of industrialization whereby even though a light bulb could last a 100yrs by simply thickening its filament, ...

The Great Lagos Heists: Robbing Lagos Blind from Tinubu to Sanwo Olu 1

By Prince Justice Faloye The 23 year atrocious rape of the Lagos commonwealth by Tinubu and his surrogates becomes obvious when you take a look at what was actually budgeted and disbursed from 1999 to date. In a country that ranks 107th out of 113 nations in the Global Food Affordability Index, in a state ...

2023: Neocolonial administrators or Economic revolutionaries

By Prince Justice Faloye Nigerian politicians vision is to do better than the colonial master or the previous government. They built 5 schools, we will build 10, they built 3 hospitals we would build 9, they built 100km of roads we will build double. Our politicians and followers want incremental benefits of a colonial socioeconomic ...

Sanwo Olu Metro lie, not Metroline!

By Prince Justice Faloye We thought we had heard it all when a 419 kingpin sold a nonexistent airport for $242m. Then, a ship was mysteriously pickpocketed and disappeared from Lagos Marina. Little did we know that a Lagos Governor could obtain by 419 deception and renamed a whole railway line as Sanwo Olu’s government ...

How Tinubu arrested the development of the Black Race

By Prince Justice Faloye There is a misconception that economic development is tied to nation-states, and not city-states. However London, New York City and other major population centers stimulated the economic development for their peoples. Lagos is the world’s most populous Black city, and if Tinubu hadn’t arrested it’s economic development over the last 23 ...

Fasoranti/Falae Akudaaya leadership joke on Afenifere

I was watching the recent Anikulapo film when I recieved a call from a close friend, ‘Guy, Tinubu don buy your Papa and your grandpapa join!’, he laughed and added ‘Upon all your noise’, refering to my articles vehemently criticizing Tinubu buying delegates, bishops and anything, dead or alive, in pursuit of his presidential ambition. ...

Tinubu APC leadership guilty of Economic Treason

When you hear APC Lagos State government declaring the closure of two major markets from September 22nd 2022 for flimsy reasons, and trace their wilful economic destruction back to their 2015 intentional destabilization of our foreign exchange markets that led to the greatest divestment since the Civil War, one can’t but wonder whether this is ...

Tinubu arrested Lagos transport development and handed them to MC Oluomo for exploitation

When one considers the statistics from Lagos Metro Area Transport Authority that 80% of the 22 million Lagosian commuters either walk (8.8m) or use Danfo (9.9m) everyday, it becomes clear that the world’s most populous Black city, Lagos has had its economic development arrested for 23yrs due to Tinubu’s failure in Lagos transportation development. The ...

Reconfiguration of the present world order

Ukraine is going through the African experience like Libya and others that aligned with Russia, who wrongly thought Russia would defend them when the West invades, not knowing that when a nuclear country invades a non-nuclear nation, no country will come to its aid for the fear of nuclear war. At the time, the world ...
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