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The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 9:40am On May 18
THE RINGING OF COUP BELLS AND A CAUSE FOR DEEP CONCERN

I am very worried now. Ever since 1966 the northern ruling class has ALWAYS effected a coup d'etat whenever they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power.

The only time that they failed to do this, to their eternal regret, was when President Goodluck Jonathan succeeded President Umaru Yar"Adua after the latter's death in 2010.

Up until today they blame my friend and brother Lt. Abdulrahman General Dambazau for that failure and they felt he was weak and cowardly.

This is because he was the Chief of Army Staff at the time and he did not strike.

He paid a heavy price for his "weakness" and for not doing their bidding a few years later because when Buhari came to power in 2015 instead of appointing him Minister of Defence or National Security Advisor, which is what he had originally been penned down for, he appointed him as Minister of Interior which is far less strategic and important.

As a consequence of his "failure" to strike they had to endure Jonathan for 5 long years and their response was to covertly support and encourage Boko Haram to make parts of the country "ungovernable" and to organise the whole Chibok girls affair, in collusion with a notable foreign intelligence agency and foreign Government, to get him out by 2015.

President Muhammadu Buhari was "elected" into office that year and now his fate is similar to Yar'Adua's. He is chronically ill and he is NOT coming back to lead and rule as he once did because he will NEVER be the same again.

Once he dies the northern ruling class have already decided on what to do.

They will give Vice President Yemi Osinbajo an ultimatum and they will threaten him and ask him to resign.

They have resolved that they will not allow power to go to the south and they will encourage their senior officers in the military to effect a coup.

In doing so they are only doing what they have ALWAYS done when they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power. That is their way. And that is the measure of their ruthlessness and determination to hold on to power.

They would rather have a core northern military dictator in power than a southern leader or President.

And they are prepared to kill anyone, no matter how highly placed, who stands in their way or who attempts to oppose or stop them.

The only options that exist if they are to be stopped is, firstly, if someone beats them to it by effecting a "progressive" Rawlings, Orkar or Nzeogwu-type coup of junior southern and Middle Belt officers.

This would lead to massive loss of life and to civil war and it is therefore unacceptable.

The other option is for the southern and Middle Belt civilian population to come together and march the streets in an attempt to resist military insurrection and mutiny in the name of fighting for and attempting to preserve democracy.

That would be the best option but sadly we do not have a very good track record when it comes to protesting against injustice and the truncuation of democracy and this is especially so because the core north will openly support the coup and hail it.

However one thing is clear this time around: if a coup led and inspired by the core north and the FN takes place simply to keep a southerner out of power it will signal the end of Nigeria as a united country.

Such is the anger and frustration in the south and Middle Belt today about the excesses, abuses of power, wickedness, bondage and arrogance of the north that there is likely to be a very violent reaction to any northern coup.

This may well lead to the disintigration of the Federation and when it gets to that point even the army will be hard pressed to keep us together as one nation.

The likelihood is that it would lead to a second civil war because even the army would be split down the middle along regional, ethnic and religious lines.


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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ElsonMorali: 9:44am On May 18
hillsiderfak:
THE RINGING OF COUP BELLS AND A CAUSE FOR DEEP CONCERN

I am very worried now. Ever since 1966 the northern ruling class has ALWAYS effected a coup d'etat whenever they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power.

The only time that they failed to do this, to their eternal regret, was when President Goodluck Jonathan succeeded President Umaru Yar"Adua after the latter's death in 2010.

Up until today they blame my friend and brother Lt. Abdulrahman General Dambazau for that failure and they felt he was weak and cowardly.

This is because he was the Chief of Army Staff at the time and he did not strike.

He paid a heavy price for his "weakness" and for not doing their bidding a few years later because when Buhari came to power in 2015 instead of appointing him Minister of Defence or National Security Advisor, which is what he had originally been penned down for, he appointed him as Minister of Interior which is far less strategic and important.

As a consequence of his "failure" to strike they had to endure Jonathan for 5 long years and their response was to covertly support and encourage Boko Haram to make parts of the country "ungovernable" and to organise the whole Chibok girls affair, in collusion with a notable foreign intelligence agency and foreign Government, to get him out by 2015.

President Muhammadu Buhari was "elected" into office that year and now his fate is similar to Yar'Adua's. He is chronically ill and he is NOT coming back to lead and rule as he once did because he will NEVER be the same again.

Once he dies the northern ruling class have already decided on what to do.

They will give Vice President Yemi Osinbajo an ultimatum and they will threaten him and ask him to resign.

They have resolved that they will not allow power to go to the south and they will encourage their senior officers in the military to effect a coup.

In doing so they are only doing what they have ALWAYS done when they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power. That is their way. And that is the measure of their ruthlessness and determination to hold on to power.

They would rather have a core northern military dictator in power than a southern leader or President.

And they are prepared to kill anyone, no matter how highly placed, who stands in their way or who attempts to oppose or stop them.

The only options that exist if they are to be stopped is, firstly, if someone beats them to it by effecting a "progressive" Rawlings, Orkar or Nzeogwu-type coup of junior southern and Middle Belt officers.

This would lead to massive loss of life and to civil war and it is therefore unacceptable.

The other option is for the southern and Middle Belt civilian population to come together and march the streets in an attempt to resist military insurrection and mutiny in the name of fighting for and attempting to preserve democracy.

That would be the best option but sadly we do not have a very good track record when it comes to protesting against injustice and the truncuation of democracy and this is especially so because the core north will openly support the coup and hail it.

However one thing is clear this time around: if a coup led and inspired by the core north and the FN takes place simply to keep a southerner out of power it will signal the end of Nigeria as a united country.

Such is the anger and frustration in the south and Middle Belt today about the excesses, abuses of power, wickedness, bondage and arrogance of the north that there is likely to be a very violent reaction to any northern coup.

This may well lead to the disintigration of the Federation and when it gets to that point even the army will be hard pressed to keep us together as one nation.

The likelihood is that it would lead to a second civil war because even the army would be split down the middle along regional, ethnic and religious lines.

That is the catastrophy, madness, chaos and carnage that the northern ruling class are now le

FFK is a rabid dog with rabies.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by sarrki(m): 9:46am On May 18
Nothing like coup

Just a day dreaming by some unfortunate mofos

Nigerians from all divide will resist it

Gone are the days

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ModsWillKillNL: 9:49am On May 18
No to coup d'état!

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 9:50am On May 18
Personally I dont see Nigeria breaking up or a coup de tat happening in this kind of age. kiss

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by Igboesika: 10:03am On May 18
Break up is inevitable.
Yoruba Muslims are free to attack this outspoken man for his wonderful opinion as usual, but failed to attack @bokis that said that Osibanjo won't succeed Buhari come 2019 all because they share the same faith. I pity Yoruba Christians.

Smh.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 10:10am On May 18
ehie:
FFK always on point, i think the end f Nigeria as we see it mght be closer than we think
, I like to read his views also, but the break up stuff , I don't think its possible

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ourema(f): 10:12am On May 18
I think the COAS should not have turned himself into a whistle blower in raising dust over a probable coup. As a professional soldier he should have gone ahead to tackle the problem. Now everyone is agitated over a possible coup in the nation

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ayindejimmy(m): 10:17am On May 18
ehie:
FFK always on point, i think the end f Nigeria as we see it mght be closer than we think

Your opinion is different from the fact

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by dadavivo: 10:17am On May 18
ElsonMorali:


FFK is a rabid dog with rabies.
Buhari is a dog. Nkita, Aja

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 10:18am On May 18
The chief of army staff is the cause of all this music about a likely coup.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ElsonMorali: 10:19am On May 18
dadavivo:
Buhari is a dog. Nkita
Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by FFKfuckedBIANCA: 10:20am On May 18
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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by OfficialAwol(m): 10:22am On May 18
I think it should be a thing of concern to every well meaning Nigerian that our democracy is being threatened because of the greed of the North to hold on to power.

I suggest we should stop responding to these Northern Bigots and their rants

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by Iamwrath: 10:25am On May 18
Why would anyone even read anything this ediot posts ??

There is no crime or instability , Army is well taken care of and everything seems to be in place


All the nay sayers posting and circulating rubbish online at the PDP Thieves who PMB has broken their backs, they just can't live knowing someone out there can break their bloccus at anytime


FFK stay off cheap drugs

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by DLondonboiy: 10:30am On May 18
If only President Osibanjo can sit up!

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by sarrki(m): 10:31am On May 18
DLondonboiy:
If only President Osibanjo can sit up!


grin
Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by akpanbaba: 10:33am On May 18
This is prophetic .and i respect this man

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by DLondonboiy: 10:35am On May 18
sarrki:



grin

My robot, why you dey sun your teeth?

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 10:39am On May 18
DLondonboiy:
If only President Osibanjo can sit up!
in what way ?
Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by DLondonboiy: 10:41am On May 18
hillsiderfak:
in what way ?

The nigga no sharp na

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by agbangam: 10:44am On May 18
Somehow, d innermost part me want d coup to take place cos der are so many crooks/looters dat need to die for dis country to achieve her greatness.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by kollynxofodile(m): 10:46am On May 18
sarrki:
Nothing like coup

Just a day dreaming by some unfortunate mofos

Nigerians from all divide will resist it

Gone are the days

If only you will shelve your BMC salary for this Month

You will see simple sense in his analysis.

Nigerians especially Southerners should be prepared for any eventuality.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by sarrki(m): 10:51am On May 18
kollynxofodile:


If only you will shelve your BMC salary for this Month

You will see simple sense in his analysis.

Nigerians especially Southerners should be prepared for any eventuality.


That means that don't know ffk

Hatred and betrayal runs in their blood

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by hillsiderfak(m): 10:56am On May 18
The issue now is, who will Nigerians support, APC or PDP, because this two parties seems to be a no good for the Country

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by chineduemmao: 10:59am On May 18
ElsonMorali:

FFK is a rabid dog with rabies.
why do u think so?

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by nedu666: 11:02am On May 18
a palace coup is possible. very possible. to say nigerians will resist it is a lie from pit of hell. which nigerians, d ones hunger is dealing with or the fear fear ones, abi d noise makers on radio and social media. nigerians are too hungry and beaten up for any protest. just shoot 2 prostesters dead and watch everyone scram

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by adadike281(f): 11:13am On May 18
I thank u my able Inlaw. people say that ffk talks too much but he has been able to keep us informed on some things hitherto hidden from d public. apart from fayose, ffk and let's say ipob that wants their Biafra, who else is letting d northerners know that the south is equally ready and on high alert?

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by ElsonMorali: 11:16am On May 18
chineduemmao:
why do u think so?

He was part of the unprecedented looting that characterized the previous administration.

Before he was called upon to "come and chop", he only had scathing words for Jonathan and PDP.

No sooner was he invited to the dinner table where a few eat what the entire nation should feed on than he started singing the praise of PDP and Jonathan.

The guy has lost his mind ever since. Not that he was totally sane in the first place.

Remember what Obj said about him? Give him food and he'll dance for you, _naked If need be.

Funny enough though, I agree that the northern oligarchy might be trying to pull off something nasty, But coming from FFK, I know it will be embellished with lies and half truths.

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by Funlord2(m): 11:21am On May 18
hillsiderfak:
THE RINGING OF COUP BELLS AND A CAUSE FOR DEEP CONCERN

I am very worried now. Ever since 1966 the northern ruling class has ALWAYS effected a coup d'etat whenever they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power.

The only time that they failed to do this, to their eternal regret, was when President Goodluck Jonathan succeeded President Umaru Yar"Adua after the latter's death in 2010.

Up until today they blame my friend and brother Lt. Abdulrahman General Dambazau for that failure and they felt he was weak and cowardly.

This is because he was the Chief of Army Staff at the time and he did not strike.

He paid a heavy price for his "weakness" and for not doing their bidding a few years later because when Buhari came to power in 2015 instead of appointing him Minister of Defence or National Security Advisor, which is what he had originally been penned down for, he appointed him as Minister of Interior which is far less strategic and important.

As a consequence of his "failure" to strike they had to endure Jonathan for 5 long years and their response was to covertly support and encourage Boko Haram to make parts of the country "ungovernable" and to organise the whole Chibok girls affair, in collusion with a notable foreign intelligence agency and foreign Government, to get him out by 2015.

President Muhammadu Buhari was "elected" into office that year and now his fate is similar to Yar'Adua's. He is chronically ill and he is NOT coming back to lead and rule as he once did because he will NEVER be the same again.

Once he dies the northern ruling class have already decided on what to do.

They will give Vice President Yemi Osinbajo an ultimatum and they will threaten him and ask him to resign.

They have resolved that they will not allow power to go to the south and they will encourage their senior officers in the military to effect a coup.

In doing so they are only doing what they have ALWAYS done when they feel sufficiently threatened with the loss of power. That is their way. And that is the measure of their ruthlessness and determination to hold on to power.

They would rather have a core northern military dictator in power than a southern leader or President.

And they are prepared to kill anyone, no matter how highly placed, who stands in their way or who attempts to oppose or stop them.

The only options that exist if they are to be stopped is, firstly, if someone beats them to it by effecting a "progressive" Rawlings, Orkar or Nzeogwu-type coup of junior southern and Middle Belt officers.

This would lead to massive loss of life and to civil war and it is therefore unacceptable.

The other option is for the southern and Middle Belt civilian population to come together and march the streets in an attempt to resist military insurrection and mutiny in the name of fighting for and attempting to preserve democracy.

That would be the best option but sadly we do not have a very good track record when it comes to protesting against injustice and the truncuation of democracy and this is especially so because the core north will openly support the coup and hail it.

However one thing is clear this time around: if a coup led and inspired by the core north and the FN takes place simply to keep a southerner out of power it will signal the end of Nigeria as a united country.

Such is the anger and frustration in the south and Middle Belt today about the excesses, abuses of power, wickedness, bondage and arrogance of the north that there is likely to be a very violent reaction to any northern coup.

This may well lead to the disintigration of the Federation and when it gets to that point even the army will be hard pressed to keep us together as one nation.

The likelihood is that it would lead to a second civil war because even the army would be split down the middle along regional, ethnic and religious lines.




Stop spreading stupid lies online! FFk is currently struggling with his trial for corruption and is not making any statements on current affairs!

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Re: The Ringing Of Coup Bells And A Cause For Deep Concern - FFK by 989900: 11:22am On May 18
For those civilians criticising the snake charmer (Buratai), I tire for una o.

So, you now know more than the trained pro?

What is the best way to nullify a coup? Take out the element of surprise -- blow it out in the open!


#coup101

P.S. A military coup can never be successful in 2017, with social media, camera phones, spy cams and mic, nano trackers, and biometric data everywhere.
Your coup blueprint has every possibility of appearing on Sahara reporters dot com on the day before your coup. cheesy

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