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Mental and real battles for liberation

25 July 2014, 14:00 Onyeji Dominic

"I better die in war than to die in a bus stop like those people killed by Boko Haram in Nigeria," Wilsom Bonfere commented. What he said here is not just a comment because I am a Supernatural mind reader. I see every thought just like God in Bible who searches the heart. I have said it severally in my write ups that war is war, and fight is fight. Let me say it again that we fight in mind, and the mental battle also reflects and manifests in reality through different ways. One may call it "real" war. What I know is that Jerry Rawlins was Elijah of Ghana, and the same personality (Elijah) is alive in Biafra. He needs "real" approval to execute his Supernatural plans for the people. Just the go-ahead from the people! That is what we need to work the works of Elijah for good and freedom of Biafra in reality.

Similarly, I have told the public time and again that Bible is poetic and prophetic in nature. The wise know that it contains epic stories. They were written in formality just to teach moral lessons for good under the Sun. That is what I know in wisdom and great insight.

The stories told us that there was a giant called Goliath, and there was also a little lad called David. If we ask me, I will say that I am an erudite seer from East where the Sun rises. I "see" the Goliath roaring in jungle, and I also see the David searching for sling a.k.a cater port. He needs the "sling" to enable him slay the giant for freedom of Biafra under the Sun. The term "sling" means real approval or backing from humanity or mankind.

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