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Jimmy Carter, How he taught Nigerians to steal.

Jimmy Carter is a shadow Republican, a placeholder between Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. He continued the US policy that introduced corruption into the Nigerian political system and the destruction of moral, ethics and cultural values of Nigerians.

Nigerians have struggled for over 47 years to recover from the effects of a policy enacted by the Richard Nixon / Henry Kissinger administration and financed by the US oil industry, Mobil, Texaco, Union76, and Chevron.

They burned us with our own petrol.

Gen. Murtala Muhammed was assassinated under the administration of President Gerald Ford, for refusing to sign over Nigeria’s oil to American banking and oil interests and for refusing to devalue the naira to boost the dollar and profits of the US banking and oil industries. This policy was rubberstamped by the IMF and enforced by the US military.

When the Chair of the Supreme Military Council Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, made similar moves of protecting Nigerian assets and values and to curb the excesses of the Shehu Shagari administration that plunged Nigeria into the abyss, the US and Ronald Reagan having no interest in seeing Buhari tackle this problem green lighted the coup that kept Gen. Buhari in the cooler for several years.

This policy was used by all past US Presidents from Nixon to the current Trump, from the assassinations of Gen. Murtala Muhammed to Gen. Sani Abacha, Ken Saro-Wiwa, MKO Abiola and many more.

Since their first landing on the continent Americans have used the government to pillage and obtain whatever they want by force, having never paid a fair price for anything.

Corporate America wants uranium today so they invaded Niger with US Special Forces and pick a fight with North Korea as justification. The very idea of 93year old Jimmy Carter going to North Korea to match wits with a 33year old Kim is comical at best.

Why don’t they surprise Kim by invoking the ghost of Ronald Reagan, scare him with some old people technology. This is what happens when you have a bunch of senile old men in power just because they are white.

You see, we live in a superhighway of knowledge where the young are building the smart machines of the future. Kim Jong-un is young and smart and can build smarter machines with lesser resources.

At 33 years old Kim Jong-un is the leader of North Korea and supervising the building of nuclear weapons to protect his country from American aggression. What was Jimmy Carter doing at 33?

Americans believe just because Trump knows how to tweet every 5 minutes and claims to be a billionaire he must be a genius. Then there is 93 year old Jimmy Carter, who doesn’t even know what twitter is, but he is ready to match wits with 33year old Kim Jong-un.

Everyone knows Americans have never kept their word on any negotiated agreement go ahead ask the indigenous people. – @OgbeniAyotunde

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Fiction is Not A Lie

There is a whole culture today driven by propaganda. Corporations and social media basically produce stories laced with elements of fear and dehumanization which naturally buys into people’s sense of religion were everyone believes God is out to get them for every mistake they make not understanding that God is a mistake.

Examples of widespread propaganda can be found printed on U.S. currency “In God We Trust” yet they manage to fool the people into believing there is a separation between church and state. Every death sentence ends with “May God Have Mercy On Your Soul”. Then you have a general population who believe in and are intimate with God and the Devil and have unanimously proclaimed Jesus as God through the Holy Trinity theory.

Southern Nigerians are known for our constant belly arching at the achievements of our Northern relatives, there is the “Hausa people have ruled us for 40years” there is the “Military are bad people” these are some of bias statements directed at Hausa/Fulani people.

Let me tell you a few facts about the Hausa/Fulani people in Nigeria. The Hausa/Fulani people are peaceful and trustworthy which is why the number one job given to the Hausa/Fulani man in Nigeria is as a security guard popularly known as “Meguard” in Nigeria.


When you step out of Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja Lagos and need to change your dollars into Naira you subconsciously seek out the Hausa man. It is a fact that activism known today as terrorism will always arise from situations where the people live in extreme poverty and injustice. We Southerners are happy and content to see the Hausa/Fulani living in extreme poverty. We are all too content to have them as our trusted “Meguards” at the same time accuse them and their leaders of terrorism, no doubt we Southerners play the hypocrites game rather well.

The Fulani are not only one of the most beautiful people on this planet they also feed Nigeria with organically raised cattle. Yet the Hausa/Fulani are some of the poorest people in Nigeria working menial and backbreaking jobs.

You see the Southerners believe the Hausa/Fulani people are uneducated and are only there to serve them working at menial jobs at the same time dehumanize their leaders, educated and successful population hence the propaganda against Buhari by the Jonathan reelection team regarding his High School Diploma or lack there of. This syndrome is very much like those Europeans who associate color with intelligence.

Now lets fact check that story about how the Hausas/Fulani have ruled Nigeria for over 40years. Nnamdi Azikiwe an Igbo was Governor General and Commander in Chief of Nigeria from 1960–63. President of the Republic of Nigeria from 1963–1966. He was Chairman and Presidential candidate of the (NPN) Nigeria People’s Party from 1978–83.

Obafemi Awolowo was a Presidential candidate under (UPN) United Party of Nigeria back the same period as Azikiwe then the Southerners did not belly ache about their age or about recycling past leaders. Azikiwe and Awolowo are enshrined in currency, streets, airports, universities and other governmental institutions all over Nigeria.

Major General Aguiyi-Ironsi an igbo was Head of State of Nigeria from January 16, 1966 – July 19, 1966. General Yakubu Gowon from Ngas Plateau was Head of State from August 1, 1966 – July 29, 1975. General Murtala Muhammed a Hausa/Fulani from Kano was the 4th Head of State of Nigeria from July 30, 1975 – February 13, 1976.

General Murtala Muhammed is one of the most charismatic and loved Head of States of Nigeria enshrined in the 20 naira note the highest denomination in Nigerian currency at the time. There is the Murtala Muhammed International Airport and Murtala Muhammed 2 Airport (MM2) in Lagos also named in his honor.

General Olusegun Obasanjo a Yoruba from Abeokuta succeed General Murtala Muhammed as Head of State of Nigeria from Friday February 13, 1976 – September 30, 1979. Shehu Shagari a Fulani from Sokoto was elected 6th President of Nigeria from October 1, 1979 – December 31, 1983.  General Muhammadu Buhari a Hausa from Katsina was the 7th Head of State of Nigeria form December 31, 1983 – August 27, 1985. General Ibrahim Babangida a Gwari from Minna was the 8th Head of State of Nigeria from August 27, 1985 – August 27, 1993.

Ernest Shonekan a Yoruba from Lagos was the 9th President of Nigeria from August 27, 1985 – August 27, 1993. General Sani Abacha a Kanuri from the Borno tribe was the 10th Head of State of Nigeria from August 27, 1985 – August 27, 1993. General Abdulsalami Abubakar a Hausa was the 11th Head of State of Nigeria from June 9 1998 – May 29, 1999.

Olusegun Obasanjo a Yoruba was President of Nigeria from May 29, 1999 – May 29, 2007. Umaru Musa Yar’ Adua a Fulani from Katsina was President of Nigeria from 29 May 2007 – 5 May 2010. Goodluck Jonathan an Ijaw the incumbent President of Nigeria assumed office on May 6, 2010.

Through Nigeria’s 54year history a Hausa/Fulani man was Head of State or President for 10.8years. You see way back when these leaders made a flawed deal amongst themselves based on tribal and religious lines known as “Turn by turn” a deal that rotated the Presidency of Nigeria from North to South, in a sense making Nigerians participate in staged elections where the outcomes are already determined also created a thriving population of tribal, ethnic and religious bigots.  Ogbeni Ayotunde