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Monday 5 April 2021

UK Armed Forces Minister's visit, a move to cause war; exploit ethnic nationalities in Nigeria

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

April 5th, 2021. 

The era of colonialism (establishing colonies) has gone; albeit, same still exists, but seen as "international intervention" with the same intent of economic dominance and/or exploitation.

The young generation did not witness it, and possibly has no inkling of what transpired; considering that history as a subject, was knowingly and conspicuously removed from Nigeria's educational curricula, with the intent to "blind" the young generation. Nevertheless, the latter has understood the impact of the imperialists and post-colonial leaders in Nigeria.

Withal, the recent visit of the British Armed Forces Minister, James Heappey, has recalled the how the neo-colonialists invaded third-world countries, in the mien of "intervention". 

The concept of interventionism in history, has always favoured the interventionist; leaving the host country helpless. Britain acts as an interventionist country to Nigeria whenever major issues that woyld affect them negatively arise; but whenever it would not affect them negatively, they deceitfully remind the world how Nigeria is an independent country and so should be able to tackle her problems.

Britain would always ferment violence among the ethnic nationalities in Nigeria; in other to exploit the natural resources therein. Britain had tested the proceeds of war between Biafra and Nigeria; so would like to have such scenario again especially this time their economy is about to hit a roadblock due to the Brexit. 

Like the Aburi Accord, where the "people's general," Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu, negotiated a very fine way to go for the ethnic nationalities trapped inside Nigeria, Britain having seen that it would never favour them, deceived the North to wage war on the East (Biafrans). Whether this generation would fall prey like their predecessors did to the evil scheme of the drowning Britain, or not has yet to be ascertained. 

Britain had always wanted war to break out in Nigeria since the aftermath of the Brexit was not "saucy" at all. There is serious crisis in Britain, and the union that has been thrilling for decades, is about to meet its waterloo. As it stands now, Britain is obviously looking for a redeemer and it seems their "child," Nigeria can suffix by going for another war. 

It is necessary for the ethnic nationalities trapped in Nigeria to know that the same weak economy Britain had in 1967, that caused them orchestrate war in Nigeria (to their advantage), is a likelihood of its present situation; the Fulani oligarchy in Nigeria is giving the "leeway" to achieve the British objectives. 

The EndSARS protest was the first attempt the British government tried to brew insurrection. EndSARS protest was very peaceful in the country. But, immediately the same British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, that recently invited their Arm Forces Minister, met with former Lagos State governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu, military crackdown of citizens, followed; that is, the 'Lekki Massacre'.

The narrative was spuriously changed to cause problem between the West and the East. Thanks to Radio Biafra that waged in through the leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Had they succeeded, there would have been a serious war. 

Africa especially those caged inside Nigeria should wake up from their unconsciousness and say enough is enough. Africa is big enough to solve her own problems without any aid from outside Africa. Time to stop been used by outsiders is now. If any ethnic nationality is against this notion, then let Africa bring the war against that ethnicity. 

Every ethnic nationalities Nigeria wants to be free from the contraption, Nigeria, but the Fulani race. If they continue to hold on to this mess called Nigeria, then the rest should join hands and bring the war to them. If we do not cut out this evil, then this evil would cut us out.

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Edited By Chikwas Ọnụ Ikpe 

Publisher: Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu

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