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YORUBA Reaction to the Attacks against Nigerians in South Africa oooo!

September 8, 2019

Ìkórira Àlejò (Xenophobia)

Ọjọ́ pẹ́ táa ti jọ ń gbáyé
Òní kọ́ la ṣẹ̀ṣẹ̀ bẹ̀rẹ̀ àṣepọ̀
A ò ṣẹ̀ṣẹ̀ jọ máa jẹun nínú àwo,
Báyé tógun ṣe wá dàìgún mọ́,
Tílùú adùn ṣe wá di ti jogbo,
Tórílẹ̀-èdè ẹ̀rín wá di tọ̀fọ̀ ni ò yé wa.
Gígún tàyé ń gún ló yẹ ó máa gún lọ,
Dídùn tígbà ń dùn ló yẹ kó máa dùn lọ,
Kó sóore tíkòórira ó ṣe ni
Ìwà ìkà ni àìláàánú
Ìwà ìkà ni ìkórira,
Ìwà ìkà ni ìṣekúpani
Kò sáǹfààní tí yóò ṣe fún wa,
Nínú Ìfẹ́ ni Ìlọsíwájú wà
Nínú Ìfẹ́ ni ìgbéga wà
Nínú Ìfẹ́ ni Ìfọ̀kànbalẹ̀ wà
Ẹ jẹ́ kí á yàgò fún ìkórira kí á sì yan Ìfẹ́ láàyò.

©Bùkọ́lá R. Adélékè (2019)

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POLYGAMY IN THE BIBLE-“IF A MAN HAS 2 WIVES”(DEUTERONOMY 21:15

June 3, 2019

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If a Man Have 2 Wives
“If a man have two wives…” Deuteronomy 21:15a.

The passage of Deuteronomy 21:15-17 is a specific instruction in the Law Itself to any man with “two wives”. If polygamy was a sin, then it would not be possible for a “man to have two wives” in the Law.

“If a man have two wives, one beloved, and another hated, and they have born him children, both the beloved and the hated; and if the firstborn son be hers that was hated: Then it shall be, when he maketh his sons to inherit that which he hath, that he may not make the son of the beloved firstborn before the son of the hated, which is indeed the firstborn: But he shall acknowledge the son of the hated for the firstborn, by giving him a double portion of all that he hath: for he is the beginning of his strength; the right of the firstborn is his.” Deuteronomy 21:15-17.

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APPEAL TO GOMINA SEYI MAKINDE-NEW GOVERNOR OF OYO STATE OOO!-UPLIFT THE RURAL MASSES!

May 6, 2019

NAKED TRUTH
(For the Attention of His Excellency, Governor Seyi Makinde)

Your Excellency Sir,

Most villages and hamlets in Oyo State ( as in other parts of Nigeria) remain completely “rural” and have either gone extinct, or taken over by “job-seekers” from our neighbouring countries.

To curb this Sir, there is the need to reverse the ugly trend of ” unmitigated urban migration ” among our indigenes and speedily bring back the glory of physical/human and infrastructural developments in the rural communities of Oyo State, during your tenure.

We appeal to your Excellency to make surprise visits to these rural areas of Oyo State, to personally assess situation of things. That’s starting as we mean to go on! . . . By so doing, you will be entrenching your esteemed name in letters of gold among this patriotic set of people in dire need of government presence and attention.
Kindly also initiate a separate, result-oriented Rural Community Development Ministry, which will cater for the welfare of the neglected rural communities and their ostracized inhabitants.

Almighty God will guide and bless your regime. Good wishes Sir.

Sincerely Yours,
(Signed)
BAYO ADEBOWALE(Ph.D)
Associate Professor of Creative Writing in English & Director/Founder, AHRLC, Adeyipo Village, Ibadan, Oyo State – Nigeria. (08034495485)

GOMINA SEYI MAKINDE APPEAL OOO!-FROM FACEBOOK

May 6, 2019

NAKED TRUTH
(For the Attention of His Excellency, Governor Seyi Makinde)

Your Excellency Sir,

Most villages and hamlets in Oyo State ( as in other parts of Nigeria) remain completely “rural” and have either gone extinct, or taken over by “job-seekers” from our neighbouring countries.

To curb this Sir, there is the need to reverse the ugly trend of ” unmitigated urban migration ” among our indigenes and speedily bring back the glory of physical/human and infrastructural developments in the rural communities of Oyo State, during your tenure.

We appeal to your Excellency to make surprise visits to these rural areas of Oyo State, to personally assess situation of things. That’s starting as we mean to go on! . . . By so doing, you will be entrenching your esteemed name in letters of gold among this patriotic set of people in dire need of government presence and attention.
Kindly also initiate a separate, result-oriented Rural Community Development Ministry, which will cater for the welfare of the neglected rural communities and their ostracized inhabitants.

Almighty God will guide and bless your regime. Good wishes Sir.

Sincerely Yours,
(Signed)
BAYO ADEBOWALE(Ph.D)
Associate Professor of Creative Writing in English & Director/Founder, AHRLC, Adeyipo Village, Ibadan, Oyo State – Nigeria. (08034495485)

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Gomina Mi, Eku orire o.

I am Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade, a Black American woman from San Francisco (California) now living in Nigeria. . . Have you read the the Facebook Appeal titled NAKED TRUTH, on rural community deprivation in Oyo State?

Many people are sure you will refix the villages and hamlets in the State when you resume office. Others don’t believe. They say you might likely toe the line of your predecessor in office and neglect the poor masses in villages and hamlets.

Gomina Mi, I have told those who are sceptical that they are wrong. And that you will surprise them by providing physical and infrastructural facilities, and support local initiatives of the community people. I told them that from your antecedent, I can vouch for you. . . Please don’t disappoint me on this when you resume office as Governor. Eni yanu ni yin. Oluwa ba wa se. Emi Omo Dudu Amerika

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March 3, 2019
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DUDU DUN ooo!

Bernie Sanders oooo!—Jooo @shaunking you Black man gotta convince Bernie about Black Reparations oooo!

March 3, 2019

Today, @ShaunKing, introduced @BernieSanders at #BernieInBrooklyn, shared how Bernie is reluctant to highlight his personal story, his civil rights activism in Chicago. “It’s his journey to this moment that makes me trust this man with our future.” #NotMeUs #OurFuture #Bernie2020

Jooo @shaunking you gotta convince Bernie about Black Reparations oooo!

AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE FAVORED IN AFRICA THIS GHANAIAN SAYS!-COME LIVE IN AFRICA OOOO!

February 19, 2019

Jooo look at what this Ghanaian says about African Amerikkkans coming to live in Africa ooooo!

“Whoever says African Americans are not accepted in Africa is a liar! In fact locals admire and respect them,Trust them better than their fellow locals,they get jobs faster than locals,they make friends easily! But in the U.S. African Americans are looked down upon! In Africa you African Americans will always have an advantage as compared to USA,but come prepared financially!”(Pabby Nana made this comment on the Internet)

BLACK JESUS O!-“THIS BLACK JESUS:THE CONSPIRACY AND THE WORLD’S BEST KEPT SECRET…BY ETIESE T. MKPA ABASIKA,PHD-DOWN LOAD A FREE EBOOK OOO!

February 17, 2019

BLACK JESUS O!-“THIS BLACK JESUS:THE CONSPIRACY AND THE WORLD’S BEST KEPT SECRET…BY ETIESE T. MKPA ABASIKA,PHD-DOWN LOAD A FREE EBOOK OOO!

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“SKIN BLEACHING: IDENTITY CRISIS OR MENTAL SLAVERY?”-BY ALICIA NUNN ON FACE-TO-FACE AFRICA

February 13, 2019

BY ALICIA NUNN, at 12:00 pm, December 15, 2018, OPINION

Skin bleaching: Identity crisis or mental slavery?

In 1492, Christopher Columbus stumbled upon the Americas and Caribbean Islands in search of the East Indies. With open arms, the natives welcome him as their guest, oblivious to their impending doom.

Bringing with him diseases and a hidden agenda, he was following orders from the Roman Catholic church to revitalize the failing European economy under the guise of “civilizing the natives”. With him was a crew that included three vessels of criminals let out of jail in Europe to go on the voyage.

A similar strategy was used in the American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; disrupting their way of life with the intent of enslaving them, stealing their land, massacring millions.

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In 1619, Africans, inhumanely stacked and packed like cargo in dark, rancid ships, began the ominous Middle Passage to the Americas during the most savage, diabolical slave trade in history.

Stolen from their homes, separated from their families, raped and bred, YOU20 million Africans made it to the shores of America; twice as many are killed: the African Holocaust.

Fast forward to 2018, model and entrepreneur, Blac Chyna makes the voyage home to Africa to launch her Diamond Illuminating and Lightening Cream, in partnership with Whitenicious creator, Dencia, Cameroonian-Nigerian singer, songwriter and entrepreneur.

Blac Chyna found her way back home to Africa, bringing with her the ways of her ancestors’ captors.

How did we get here?

Blac Chyna and Dencia have everyone in an uproar over their new partnership. While it’s inspiring to see two African Diasporan women coming together to build an empire, there is a deeper issue with Whitenicious.

What’s most sad and alarming is these two beautiful, powerful black women would resort to such drastic measures to make money. Let’s take a look into the mind of a black woman who feels she needs white skin to feel beautiful.

Skin bleaching is a multibillion-dollar global industry according to Sarah L. Webb in her 2013 article, ‘The Epidemic of Skin Bleaching around the World.’ Although Indians make up the largest skin bleaching market, a staggering 52-77 per cent of African women use skin lighteners. 20-50 per cent of Asians use skin bleaches and 20-50 per cent would use more if they could afford it.

In her article Webb lists the potential health risks of skin bleaching, “neurological damage, kidney disease, ochronosis, eczema, bacterial and fungal infections, skin atrophy, and Cushing’s Syndrome.” Furthermore, the body can form a dependency on the chemicals in bleaching products that ensure the multibillion-dollar industry sustains itself.

Europe, the instigator of the fixation with white skin, has instituted laws banning distribution of mercury soap for its own people but continues to export the product with no regard for the health and well-being of other people. Webb quotes Evelyn Glenn, Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies and of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.

“The media messages are conceived and created by a few individuals and are projected throughout the world. In fact, distribution of mercury soap has been illegal in the EU since 1989, but it’s manufacture has remained legal as long as the product is exported”.

Keeping dark-skinned women in a perpetual state of insecurity is big business for Europeans. Webb calls this “race- or ethnicity-based capitalism.”

The internet and specifically social media gives the capitalistic influence of the West, instituted by Columbus in 1492, open access to the rest of the world. Tragically, to Africa. As if the African Holocaust was not enough, the degrading assault on the African woman, matriarch, mother of humanity, continues.

Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube pump images of white blondes and Kim Kardashian to unsuspecting women and men all day, every day, like drugs into the veins of an addict. No matter what you search on social media, whatever the people in power decide they want to inject into your brain will infiltrate your feed, sending subliminal messages; programing your mind.

The masses follow blindly like sheep to slaughter, rushing to buy the latest products to look like a false image of beauty. And eventually, EVERYONE, falls prey to the brainwashing. Even the strongest minds begin to question themselves.

Don’t blame Blac Chyna or Dencia. They are simply pawns in a diabolical game of chess. Their profit is pennies compared to the billions of dollars the cosmetic industry makes, laughing all the way tothe bank despite the emotional and mental cost to the unsuspecting masses.

African American girls and women have always scored the highest of all races and ethnicities on self-esteem surveys. White, Hispanic, and Asian girls and women score the lowest respectively. Yet black women are brainwashed to feel inferior to these groups of women.

Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is a mental illness associated with skin bleaching and unnecessary plastic surgery. The DSM-5, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition, defines BDD as:

1. The individual obsesses over one or more apparent flaws in his or her physical appearance that are not visible or a big deal to others.

2. At some point, the individual has performed recurrent behaviors like frequently looking in the mirror, excessively grooming, or comparing his or her appearance to another’s.

3. This obsession causes clinically significant distress or impairment in his or her social or work life.

4. The individual’s preoccupation with his or her appearance cannot be explained by concerns with body fat or weight, which may be symptomatic of an eating disorder.

With the typical age of onset is between ages 12 and 13, BDD is associated with childhood abuse, depression, and suicide.

Although white women get cosmetic procedures done far more than any other race or ethnicity, the American Society of Plastic Surgeon reports the number of African American women getting procedures increased by 17 per cent between 2016 and 2017. The daughter of Hip Hop legend, T.I., was reportedly advised by doctors that she may go blind after receiving an eye implant to change her eye color from brown to“ice gray”.

According to DoSomething.org, 75 per cent of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities like cutting, bullying, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating compared to 25 per cent of girls with high self-esteem. And teen girls that have a negative view of themselves are four times more likely to take part in activities with boys that they’ve ended up regretting later.

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in 2016, the highest U.S. suicide rates were among Whites and lowest was among African Americans. Although suicide rates increased across age, gender, and ethnicity between 1999 and 2016. Suicides in the United States in 2016 doubled the number of homicides making it the second leading cause of death among people ages 15 to 34.

An alarming statistic is that African American children aged five to 12 are committing suicide about twice as much as white children the same age, according to a new study that shows a widening gap between the two groups. Social media replacing neighborhood play and isolation are cited as reasons.

The brainwashing by internet and social media have led to global assimilation to Eurocentric ideals, values and way of life. Money, individualism, competition, chaos. Traditional African value of family, community, love, harmony may explain the higher self-esteem and lower suicide rates among black people.

In his book, Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism, John Henrik Clarke quotes Columbus, “all the inhabitants could be taken away to Castile (Spain), or made slaves on the island. With fifty men, we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.” The mission in Dr.Clarke’s words is, “to dominate the world and all its resources by any means necessary.”.

Columbus was speaking of Haiti, but imagine similar words spoken in boardrooms of the cosmetic companies and other industries that profit from low self-esteem and insecurity. “With a few advertising dollars, we can bamboozle the masses into believing they need whatever we are selling.”

Dr. Clarke warned, “All African and other non-European people should be on the alert, because a new form of slavery could be more brutal and more sophisticated than the slavery of the Christopher Columbus Era.” Mental slavery. The inability to make decisions or think foryourself. If someone else is dictating how you see yourself by the incessant mental images they project to you, how are you free?

You are not.

Dr. Clarke further states, “He was demeaned. This is the thing that is uniquely tragic about the African slave system. Of all the slave systems in the world, no other dehumanized the slave more than that started by the Europeans in the fifteenth century. Using the church as a rationale, they began to set up myths that nearly always read the African out of human history, beginning with the classification of the African as a lesser being.”

And over time black people began to believe they are lesser and seem to bow down to the people who colonized and enslaved them, when research proves Africans are the only people who are 100 per cent human. All other races share DNA with a vicious, disease-carrying subhuman species called Neanderthals.

Yet Africans have been convinced that they are the savages. And to hate the skin and hair which is 100 per cent human skin and hair. Unlike the skin and hair, they have been brainwashed to envy.

Loss of identity and culture can lead to genocide. When you can be convinced to change your skin, face, body, and hair to look like someone else, you can be convinced to do anything.

How do we stop the colonization and slavery of our minds? Block the mental images put in the media. Fight for your identity. Protect it. Take off the wigs, weave. Wear your natural hair. Touch your natural hair. Care for it. Love it. It is beautiful because it is yours. Nourish your skin with natural oils. Rub it. Love it. You are beautiful. Repeat until you believe it because it is the truth.

We didn’t start racism but we can stop believing it. And stop passing it on to our children. We must teach our daughters to love themselves. Their worth is not measuredby how they look or what they wear. Their worth comes from who they are.

Africa is at a crossroads. Her children are dispersed across the world, in search of something better.

The motherland is rising from the ashes of colonization and slavery. Surrounding countries see opportunity and are lurking to find a way back into the very continent they helped deconstruct and deplete. Have we learned from our mistakes? Or will we repeat them?

“When you have to call your former master back to do basic things for you, you are not free you have re-enslaved or recolonized yourself. There are Africans educated in Africa with African money who are scattered all over the world; they want to be everything but Africans,” Dr. Clarke warned.

“No matter what island you’re from, no matter what state you’re from, no matter what religion you belong to… we must develop a concept of our Pan Africanism that cuts across all religious, political, social, fraternity, sorority lines and allows us to proudly face the world as one people.”

Blac Chyna made her way back to Africa. Her intentions may have been misguided, but she made a giant first step towards getting back to her roots. Blac Chyna made it back home. All Africans are her family. Embrace her. Love her. Guide her. Heal her. Protect her.

No matter where you live, every person of African descent must return home. To our roots. Or face extinction.

“I think we should begin by finding a mirror and liking what we see. If we can’t like what we see, then we can’t make each other whole again. It can’t be just ceremony; we can’t just decorate the outside of the head forever without putting something inside of the head” Wise words from Dr. Clark.

ALICIA NUNN

Alicia Nunn, author of Take Off The Mask, is writer, activist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Nominated for Leaders as Heroes 2015 and Athena Awards 2014, she has been featured in the Chicago Tribune and Huffington Post.

BLACK LEOPARD SEEN AFTER 100 YEARS IN AFRICA OOOO!

February 13, 2019

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