This is the News Analysis segment of the Voice of Biafra International (VOBI) broadcasts
For March 7, 2008
You have heard the news; now, the analysis…
In reminding you Biafrans once again of the nauseating behavior and reaction of Nigerians to the ridiculously insane ruling of Nigeria’s so-called Electoral Tribunal Court in the matter of the rigged Nigeria’s 2007 elections, we aim to have you solidify the distance between Biafra and Nigeria. We would like you to see why you are different from Nigeria, and why you should concretize and maintain such a difference by actualizing Biafra. Biafra is Biafra, never Nigeria: we will see to that; it is also our intention to let Nigeria alone to be the absurd place it has always been—to which it has been condemned for the entirety of its wicked life as a collectivity.
One leading Nigerian newspaper, typical of the government-bought and paid-for News media in Nigeria, regarding the reaction of Nigerians to this matter, recently puts it this way: “…But for us, the real source of joy is the maturity Nigerians have continued to show over the very contentions political issues in the land…” In fact, judging from other reactions, all honest people, along with the entire world, see a travesty and trampling of justice in this matter, They all feel sorry for Nigerians at beast, but as a matter of fact, have little or no respect for people who cannot stand up for their rights, let alone stand up for what is right. For Nigerians to describe the entire sordid affair as “a real source of joy,” “for us,” and as proof of their “maturity” just proves one thing: Nigerians are sick—in fact, Nigeria is beyond sick. Nigeria is not a society we Biafrans want to belong in; in fact, no other people in the world would want to be associated with a place and a society which reacts this way to obvious fraud.
Continuing to reveal the total insanity of Nigerians, the same article says: “…Also noteworthy, is the growth and believability of the [Nigeria] nation’s judiciary…” “Growth”? we ask; in what direction?—obviously in the negative sense. Under what circumstances would any well-person consider the performance of this Tribunal, “growth”? The only thing believable about all this is the loss of morality and loss of sensibility by anyone who would apply the phrase, “believability of the [Nigeria} nation’s judiciary.” Yet, here it is in print in Nigeria by Nigeria’s media—the media being the other effective weapon deployed by Nigeria against the peoples—those unfortunate enough to find themselves in that geopolitical-space. Biafrans: since Nigerians in fact “find” their judiciary notably believable in this incredulous and clearly deceitful performance, just why would you want to associate yourselves with Nigeria? Nigeria is without a doubt a place where the world and every sane person see darkness, and even Nigerians themselves see the same darkness, but then, the same Nigerians turn around and claim that obvious darkness is now “light”; moreover, not content, they break out into a “joyous celebration” and rejoice in their make-believe “light,” which, otherwise, is still nothing but darkness, pure and simple. This is not the type of people or type of place or space any real God-created, God-respecting human being should want to belong with or in. We Biafrans must make every effort to dissociate ourselves from Nigeria / Nigerians: Nigeria, among other negatives, is truly an ungodly place.
Biafrans, do not underestimate Nigeria’s fraud, Nigerian’s fraudulent thinking, and their open deceit and broad daylight lying and cheating ways. Here’s more of what the newspaper article in question is doing: giddily turning lies into their own warped truism—Nigerian style:
“…For us, the victory of President Yar’Adua is more of a victory for the Nigerian people…”
“…While the elections may have posed real problems for the country, Nigerians seem to look at the rare kind of leadership the president is putting in place…”
“…It is the kind of service they would not want to part with in a hurry…”
“…The only way anyone who loves the people and would want to have their respect, is the allow President Yar’Adua to continue with what he had started…”
“…Those who know that the people can hardly be wrong would desist from appealing against the judgement…”
“…The reading of the judgment of the presidential tribunal on national radio and television live allowed every one to evaluate the work of the tribunal…”
“…Fortlunately [sic], it was an overwhelming commendation for the tribunal for the professional handling of issues…”
Well, only the yet un-conceived can accept these obvious lies, for even the unborn will understand the dishonesty through the groans of their mothers registering in the wombs where they lie. The rest of the world, past their disdain and spite and absolute lack of respect for Nigeria / Nigerians, has only one problem, which is expressed by the question: is there a level below that of animals and beasts where Nigeria and Nigerians can be categorized? Even placing Nigeria next to a beast is a serious insult to that beast.
Biafrans, ask yourself:
Do you want to be associated with shameless liars?
Do you want to be in the company of shameless deceivers?
Do you want to be part of a dishonest society which shows no shame at all?
Are you willing to stay part of a system which finds unusual pleasure and joy in lies and deception, in dishonesty and fraud, a system which revels in corruption?
Are you willing to be one with a system which shows so much pride in doing the wrong and immoral and ungodly things, but yet, goes even a step further, by glorifying such immorality and acting like it is right, praising it as such?
Nigeria has now confirmed to the world that its collective character is woven with the fabric of lies and deception; that its essence is simply dishonesty without shame; that its agenda is to celebrate immorality with gusto; and that Nigerians have been thoroughly assimilated, thoroughly dyed in, and exuding of, this deceitfulness.
Obviously, the answer for Biafrans is a healthy No! to Nigeria.
Therefore, from now until we get there, our only program is Self Determination for Biafra.
MASSOB members are still in Nigeria’s jails—Uchenna Madu, other MASSOB officials, MASSOB other-rank; Uwazurike himself, the leader of MASSOB, is still a prisoner of Nigeria. We don’t forget. We won’t forget. We demand their immediate and unconditional release by Nigeria. By the same reasoning, we all shall—must—release ourselves from Nigeria’s clutches, for, in a way, we are all prisoners of Nigeria, soaked by unrepentant Nigeria’s evil and reeking of Nigeria’s leprosy. We must out—now! Biafra it is!
Biafra alive! Because it is God Who makes it so.
That’s the News Analysis for the week. Thank you.
God bless and keep Biafra, and you, until our next broadcast. Voice of Biafra International (VOBI) broadcast continues (http://www.biafraland.com/vobi.htm), now with the summary of the News Analysis in Igbo language.
Ndi Biafra, e kele e o-o! Anyi e kele e unu.
Nkea wu akuko nke anyi na a kpo News Analysis, si na Voice of Biafra International Radio, di na Washington DC, na ala America, na a bia ra unu na abali a.
O di oke mkpa ka anyi mee ka Uwa mara na anyi ndi Biafra a wughi ndi Nigeria. O di ezigbo mkpa ka anyi onwe anyi zi na anyi na Nigeria a wughi otu, a wughi otu Mba. Anyi na ha a gula otu ndi Nigeria ji kpaa agwa na otu e siri kpebie ikpe gbasara Election ojoo ndi Nigeria. Onye agwa ya di otua na ihe di otua, o nweghi zi ihe jikotara gi na onye ahu. Na ezia, na ezia, Biafra na Nigeria a wughi otu: o nweghi ihe jikoritala Biafra na Nigeria.
Unu ma kwa na otu Akwukwo Nta (Newspaper) na ime Nigeria, nke si na ihe o na e bi na akwukwo ya kwutara uche nde Nigera, dere si na o nweghi ihe di njo gara na election 2007 ndi Nigeria? Ka anyi juo unu: o nwere onye bi na uwa ya huru ihe gara nga ahu na a maghi na election Nigeria 2007 a joka—joo karia election owula e mere ebe owula na ime Uwa ya? O’kwa zi otu mkpebi ikpe ya, nke kwuru ihe a wughi eziokwu, ka nde Nigeria na e to ugbua, na a ňuri maka ya? Gwa zie unu anyi otu anyi wu ndi Biafra ga e si e kwe ka anyi na ndi di otua biri na otu Mba?
Akwukwo ya e soro la na e zi na Nigeria wu ebe ndi madu na a hu ihe ojoo, ga soro ihe ojoo ahu; ha puta zie ha na a si na o nweghi ihe ojoo o wu. Otu mgbe ahu kwa, ha na e kiri-nkiri, na e ri na na a ňu, na a si zi na obi a magbuola ha mma na ha na e so ihe ojoo, na ha no na ime ihe ojoo, biri na njo, na e me ihe ojoo. O nweghi otu e jiri mee ya ka Biafra soro Nigeria na oke aruruala na oke aru di otua. Biafra di iche na Nigeria; Biafra ga a nodiri onwe ya, maka anyi ma ihe njo wu; anyi a naghi e so uzo nke njo ka Nigeria si e me.
Nde Biafra, mara kwa unu na iberibe na iwhorhiwho Nigeria na ihea a gafee la nzuzu: onye huru ihe ojoo, gaa gbako ya, mechaa kwa, wuru zie ihe ojoo ahu na onwe ya, na e to zi njo ahu, onye ahu—ma o wu ihe ahu—e nweghikwa nu Mmuo Chineke na ime ya. Ebe ahu a na a hu asi kpoo ya ihe di mma; ebe ahu a na a hu njo too ya na o di mma—ebe ahu, nke wu Nigeria—wu ebe anyi ga na a so aso: o nweghi mmeko anyi na ebe ahu nwere. Chineke a dighi ebe ahu: o wu ala-mmuo ojoo—ebe ahu wu Nigeria.
Maka nkea, anyi ga a zotariri Biafra: Biafra kwuru iche; Mmuo Chineke no na ime Biafra, maka Chineke na onwe Ya jiri aka Ya kee Biafra na ndi bi na ime ya; ndi Biafra a na a sopuru Chineke na Eziokwu Chineke. Biafra ka anyi ma: ndi Biafra ka anyi wu, umu Chineke—oge dum.
Ndi MASSOB ka no na mkporo Nigeria—Uchenna Madu na ndi ndu MASSOB ndi ozo, na umu MASSOB; ma Uwazurike, onye isi MASSOB kwa. Anyi ji otu olu kwuo na Nigeria ga e weputa ha, hapu ha aka! Na otu erumeru ahu kwa, anyi wu Biafra ga a gbaputa onwe anyi site na ime mkporo puru ichie a na a kpo Nigeria, nke ga e me mgbe anyi nwetara Biafra.
Biafra: biri kwa!
Biafra, ndu gi! Biafra, ndu gi!! Biafra, ndu gi!!!—na ndu anyi kwa. Maka Chineke nonyere la gi—nonyere kwa ra anyi!
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