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Friday, 12 May 2017

BIAFRA: 30TH MAY IS A CRUCIAL PART OF OUR HISTORY... IT IS OPERATION LOCK DOWN BIAFRA LAND

BIAFRA:
30TH MAY IS A CRUCIAL PART OF OUR HISTORY... IT IS OPERATION LOCK DOWN BIAFRA LAND


13th May 2017

Every people have their various history as they evolve. Some stand sweet for narration, while some are very disgusting to the ear; either way, it is the responsibility of the people to tell their story. Africa died because strangers who took a pronounced and negative part in their history were the ones that had to tell their stories on their behalf, which they often end up twisting in order to suit their machinations. 

Such is the approach which the Nigerian government was advised to apply in the case of the Biafran people. We must tell our story the way it is irrespective of the personality involved. While the horrors of 1966-1970 and other post-Biafran genocide are still fresh in our minds, we must realise that the enemies wish we don’t think of our fathers and mothers whom they violently sent to the world beyond. 

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Today, world leaders like Benjamin Netanyahu have boldly stood up to mention to the world about the genocide of Biafrans and how it was neglected, but it is not and should not be left at that. We must further draw the attention of the world about the unexposed war crimes committed against Biafrans by ensuring we lock down the entire Biafraland. The world is waiting to see what we make out of our scheduled 30th May sit at home exercise.

It is better we prove to the entire globe whom we are and what we want once again. This is an opportunity to show the entire world that the death of our fallen heroes will never be forgotten and that what they fought for, this present generation also yearns for it. 30th May is a test to our resolve to pursue the Biafra restoration project to a logical conclusion and the entire world should clearly be put on notice. While there are compilations of our freedom processes, it is important we know that our heroes remembrance day is part of our observations.

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It is our sole responsibility to shut down the entire nation with a sit-at-home program. Remember that both the Hausa-Fulani and the Yoruba nations often use their military to deal with us on this occasion. They use their men and women in uniform to “crush” us whenever we come out to remember our dead heroes and heroines thus making us go home with more dead ones; but this time around, we will starve them of our blood which they love so much.

It is more important we use where we have the advantage to send a strong message to them and the world. Let us shut down all the known markets where Biafrans trade in Nigeria so as to let them know that the sons of those they and Britain killed are not happy with their acts. Let us take our transport vehicles off the road to let them know that the offspring of those they took their money and gave twenty pounds only are not willing to abandon the struggle for Biafra restoration.

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Also, those to send these messages are those their collaborators and moles amongst us. Our sit-at-home action on 30th May will give them no other option than to think towards the dismemberment of Nigeria by considering a referendum like other civilized countries. Come 30th May, we will shock the world and prove to them that we are resolute in our determination to restore our fatherland, the sovereign state of Biafra, and we have not and will never fail in this noble venture spearheaded by IPOB under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu.

By Chika Austine
Edited and Published by IkeChukwu NwaOrisa
For Biafra Writers

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  1. Yes yes yes.. We gonna shut down our shops to gives respect for those who dies for us, we gonna doing under must, All hail Biafra

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  3. Why is the request for Biafrans to stay at home on May 30th 2017 crucial?
    Because it is a physical referendum to complement our spiritual yawning for freedom from spiritual and conventional enemies. On the 29th of May, 2017 the people of the United States observe memorial day holidays, on the 30th of May 2017, Biafrans reaffirm their support to the declaration of Biafra, the remember those who were gruesomely murdered in all the genocides perpetrated against our people, since Lord Lugard amalgamated the Southern, Lagos Colony and the Northern Protectorate to form the still-birthed Country his mistress named Nigeria(niger area). On May 30, 2017, every man who stays at home on that day, will be voting yes on the Referendum on Biafra. We will be saying to our Chi Ukwu, our prophets, our priests, our elders, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, IPBO, MASSOB PSDS, EKWENCHE, BLM, BAF, BZM, BIO, BMW. BYOM and etc.. that not only do we support the Biafra ideals, that we are actually Biafrans! And the following day, being May 31, 2017, the Shavuot.

    Shavuot (Start) in 2017
    Wednesday, May 31
    Days to go: 18


    Shavuot History

    Shavuot (Hebrew: שבועות) is the festival of weeks (Pentecost) falling on the fiftieth day after the first day of Passover. Shavuot celebrates the Israelites receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai. It is one of the three "foot festivals", as well as Passover and Succot (Tabernacles), in which the Jewish men used to go by foot to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, Israel.

    Shavuot is also called Chag Habikurim, Festival of the First Fruit. This commemorates Jewish inhabitants of Israel bringing their first fruits to the Temple and offered sacrifices. Shavuot is observed on the 6th of Sivan (May/June) for one day in Israel and for two in the Diaspora.
    Shavuot Facts

    On Shavuot, it is customary to adorn the Synagogue and home with flowers and green plants. This is in memory of the foliage around Mount Sinai
    On Shavuot, it is customary to eat milk products. Many Jewish houses, replace the normal meat/chicken dinners with a festivity of milk products, including cheese cake, blintzes, cheeses and ice cream. This custom commemorates the acts of the children of Israel at Sinai. Having received the Law, they understood that their dishes were no longer Kosher, having been used for milk and meat together. They also were in need of teaching on the intricate details of ritual slaughter (Shechitah). Lacking these, they opted to eat only milk products.
    It is customary in Orthodox and some traditional communities to partake in Bible/Jewish Law lessons throughout the eve and night of Shavuot. This is in order to accept the Torah for their generation. In Jerusalem, many people learn the whole night through until dawn and then walk to the Western Wall at sunrise and pray the morning and festival prayer from around 5-8 am. Thereafter, they go home for a hearty festive breakfast and then sleep the rest of the morning.
    The Book of Ruth is read in the Synagogue in the Morning of Shavuot. Ruth converted to Judaism and it is her descendant, David, who became King in Israel. The book of Ruth demonstrates that achieving a high level in Judaism, is neither ethnic nor genetic.
    It is customary to wear new clothes on Shavuot. In the seven weeks (the Omer) preceding Shavuot, people refrain from purchasing major clothing items.

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