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Do we really need freedom?

13 November 2014, 13:33 Onyeji Dominic

I did not really know what the people saw each time they looked under the Sun. We see them everywhere carrying books of wisdom which they read without discretion, good judgment, common sense and what have you. Majority of them are Biafrans in house of bondage. They live as flocks of sheep in Christendom without really knowing that people are fools when they are sheepish and benighted in nature.

History told us that Europeans (the White) came to our lands as slave masters. They subdued our fathers with gun-power and also succeeded in putting our people in captivity in the old time. The name they gave to the yoke was Amalgamation - a false marriage otherwise known to us as One-Nigeria. It is a false union because it is obvious that Biafra and Nigeria are equal to cat and dog in nature. The two are not supposed to live as one in anyway. This is true because nature did not make cat and dog to live together under one roof.

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The missionaries understood that Biafrans had bright future. It was the promising future that attracted them to Africa. They came as visionary minds to intrude and overshadow our dreams and progress. That was why they had to amalgamate us in the jungle. It was known to them that nature did not make people to progress, advance and improve in life when they are in prison, bondage, captivity, amalgamation and what have you. They had to yoke us together as captives in order to have their ways for exploitation of our lands and resources under the Sun. These and more are known to us but we have failed to accept and embrace the truth for our freedom. That is why they (the white) still remain as lords and masters in our lands both in Biafra and Africa at large. Eternal captivity of the black! That is what I see as an erudite seer from East where the Sun rises. It is obvious that we have not really seen the need for us to chase the white away from our lands. That is why I have to ask: Do we really need freedom?

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