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|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by buffny: 7:53pm On Aug 13, 2011|
igbo people make me laff.
u took other peoples land for your biafra.and you are surprised that u were attacked. u call the people whose land you stole traitors??!!! and you wonder why people think you lot are delusional.
progroms in the north only gave u the right to declare igbo land independent not to declare other peoples land as your republic.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 10:04pm On Aug 13, 2011|
Better than starving horses.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 1:48pm On Aug 14, 2011|
+ it doesn't give you the right to go "liberating" other regions who never solicited for your aid, when you haven't even fully liberated your own blo.ody region yet.
Such a dumb move!!!
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by Negro_Ntns(m): 4:02pm On Aug 14, 2011|
”In three years of war, necessity gave birth to invention . During those three years of heroic bound , we leapt across the great chasm that separates knowledge from know-how. We built bombs, rockets, and we designed and built our own refinery and our own delivery systems and guided them far. For three years, blockaded without hope of import, we maintained all our vehicles.
The state extracted and refined petrol, individuals refined petrol in their back gardens. We built and maintained our airports, maintained them under heavy bombardment, and after each raid we were able to recover and maintain the record as the busiest airport in Africa. We spoke to the world through a telecommunication system engineered by local ingenuity.
In three years we had broken the technological barrier, became the most advanced Black people on earth. We spurn nylon yarn, we developed new seeds for food and medicines.”
So why did his ar+se run to Ivory Coast if all these inventions were true?
Its nothing but big mouth!
He should be thanking Gowon for his life today, otherwise Murtala would have hunted him down and dealt with him.
Instead of healing his people the fool is spurning more propaganda and lies.
we invented air craft, invented bomb, inveted sugar and salt, invented air, invented gun, invented water, invented seed and agriculture. . . Yet your people died of starvation. The war lasted three years because Gowon was a ery generous person and paused the pace periodically hoping the suffering and ravages of war will force Ojukwu to give up. If Murtala or Obasanjo would have been the C-in-C war would be over in 6mos or less with far more demolition and less people starved to death but also with Ojukwu captured or killed.
The pause and hold extended the length whch prolonged the starvatuion.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by odumchi: 7:26am On Aug 15, 2011|
Are you Ibibio or Efik or Ijaw? No. Then you don't understand their relationship with the Igbo people. Up until this day, the Igbos are brothers with the Ibibiob, Efik and Ijaw people's.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 12:42pm On Aug 15, 2011|
Like the igbos were "friends" with the yorubas when Ojukwu sent his rag-tag army to invade our land under the guise he's coming to liberate us.
Oh btw, am a bonafide yorubaman! And i don't believe all ijaws are igbo "brothers".
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 4:18pm On Aug 15, 2011|
Uhm, no one said Yoruba, he said Ijaw, Ibibio and Efik.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 4:56pm On Aug 15, 2011|
He asked if am Ibibio, efik or ijaw to which i responded that, am yoruba.
I just reminded him how Ojukwu referred to us as "friends" whilst sending his ragtag army to invade our region.
I guess, that's how you treat your "friends" in your neck of the wood- u invade and wreck havoc on their land.
Prolly explains why the sardunna referred to you igbos as "invaders" as far as the 40's. He sussed you out from the get-go.
No one trust you guys and that includes your new-found brothers- the ijaws.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by odumchi: 5:14pm On Aug 15, 2011|
You can believe whatever you like. A fool is a person who is given the truth but decides to ignore it. Im not concerned if you are Yoruba or not. I only asked if you are Ijaw, Ibibio or Efik, and you aren't hence you don't understand their relationship with the Igbos.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 5:23pm On Aug 15, 2011|
Okay, i hear you.
Let the Ijaws, efiks and ibibios here speak for themselves and not you.
I may be wrong but i do believe some Ijaws have more affinity with the yorubas from ondo state than to the igbos.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 5:48pm On Aug 15, 2011|
Some Ijaw clans may, but not the eastern ones.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ChinenyeN(m): 8:04pm On Aug 15, 2011|
T8ksy:Some western Ijo maybe, but eastern Ijo certainly have strong affinity to Rivers and Abia Igbo.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by Yeske!(m): 4:06pm On Aug 17, 2011|
Let's forget the arguements and give credit to whom it is due, what Ikemba saw in 1966/7 is what we all are seeing today. Who is/was wiser?
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 5:06pm On Aug 17, 2011|
And what was it the Ikemba saw in 1966/67 that Zik of
Who is/was wiser? You tell us. Zik or Ojukwu?
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by Yeske!(m): 3:50pm On Aug 18, 2011|
T8ksy:I know you ain't blind to had noticed Zik in my post, na so una dey fail English Language and incase you need to be more educated about Nigerian politics check out other threads.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 7:59pm On Aug 18, 2011|
Fail english language ke?
Like u dey murder the english language,huh.
Sorry, I wasn't blind to had noticed zik in your post.
So what exactly did the 5star moda.phocker saw in 1967 then?
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by iwonbaoko(m): 6:10pm On Aug 19, 2011|
but why are yibbo men fond of poking their sisters?
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by bk.babe97y(m): 6:51pm On Aug 19, 2011|
Yeah, u asked if he was Ijaw because you stup*idly assumed that the "Liberated Lands" he was referring to belonged to that tribe. Clearly, like so many Ibos, u do not even know the history of your so called Land of the Rising Sun. Fool! Your Ojukwu tried to annex Yorubaland, even I know that and thats what T8sky is referring to. SMH at these freakn Ibo illiterates!
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 8:51pm On Aug 19, 2011|
What does Yorubaland have to do with anything, no one said anything about Yoruba unity, so it's safe to put the muzzle back on.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by iwonbaoko(m): 9:27pm On Aug 19, 2011|
this is the kind of suffering the[b] lion[/b] caused
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by iwonbaoko(m): 9:28pm On Aug 19, 2011|
was he planning to eat them
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by Yeske!(m): 10:22pm On Aug 19, 2011|
T8ksy:Na brokin i dey speak. The point is, was there a Zik in my post or not? I hate being drawn into any ethnic war. Use your medulla
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by odumchi: 11:25pm On Aug 19, 2011|
Don't mind him. The guy is delusional. The guy can't point out Yorubaland for his life.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 11:46pm On Aug 19, 2011|
This is why people will continue coming for your leaders. When you're a tacky sod, woe is your inheritance (as we have seen).
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by iwonbaoko(m): 12:05am On Aug 20, 2011|
you guys seem quite woebegone to me
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by T8ksy(m): 5:27am On Aug 20, 2011|
Nevertheless, back at the ranch, what was it the Ikemba saw in 1967 that Zik or no-one else saw before then?
Answer the simple question or else "femme la grand bush"!
That one na brokin french.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by seanet02(m): 8:16am On Aug 20, 2011|
Ibo the bingos
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by Yeske!(m): 9:00am On Aug 20, 2011|
T8ksy:You no get talk for mouth, u see Zik for my post? If you can't answer that simple question then mon ami ferme la grande bouche!
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 9:20am On Aug 20, 2011|
Woebegone, what is worst than being a living corpse that posts pictures of starving children for gratification? You're worst than dead. And this isn't the first time you people have done this which just makes me wonder if some people are humans or animals. And you get angry because someone insulted some irrelevant old woman?
Better than being an Ibo ozu.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by ezeagu(m): 11:46am On Aug 20, 2011|
To bad UK immigration didn't get to you then.
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by iwonbaoko(m): 11:59am On Aug 20, 2011|
small okoro mind why would they get at me.
i am @home
when OBJ is around how dia u call that nkita a lion. typical okoro;first to draw machete first to
|Re: The Lion Of Biafra! by htajz: 2:10pm On Aug 20, 2011|
all these bleeping yoruba rats wont reply my awolowo thread instead they go about bashing igbo threads, fools come and face me you ngbati cowards.
was this what awolowo took thats killed him, they said rat poison ir was it cockroach poison?
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