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Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 6:38pm On Dec 14, 2014
The 20th century has witnessed the rise of non-western powers threatening the world order established by some very racist whites.

First to rise was Haiti, then Japan and now China/India.

The rise of these powers has seen the Western powers lose more privileges, control , markets and most importantly resources.


Nigeria is a potential superpower not because of her population but because if she is industrialized and decides to build a 10 lane railways connecting every African country to her, she will build an African empire out of trade and commerce influential enough to wean Africa of Western neocolonialism.

ECOWAS and ECOMOG are clear proofs

Despite poor implementation, we can see how much these organizations have achieved.


I want to use this medium to tell our SW neighbours to avoid playing the script of indigenous neo colonists from the North who neither mean well for the country or their people.

If Nigeria breaks up (which I do support)
SW will be denying herself the opportunity of being part of this great future empire if she makes enemy of her Southern and Middle belt neighbours due to greed for the post of VP in the disguise of "Change"


What Nkrumah Zik Sankara Mandela dreamt of achieving can still be achieved not through their erroneous believe of a bigger country but through trade, commerce and technology connected by railways.


With love from the East= The trade commerce and technological light of Africa. cool

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 6:47pm On Dec 14, 2014
Cc

Berem barcanista obiagelli gbawe aresa



Backdatassup collnyzo9 nigerianvenom cyberwolf evergreen blackfire

Altwireles atlwireles

Sincerenigerian ngwakwe ikengawo chino


No insult


Politics aside look at the future of our African policy.
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 6:57pm On Dec 14, 2014
If Nigeria breaks up (which I do support)

save for d text above, would av made a beautiful piece!
.....u better wake up to reality!
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by fattbabakay(m): 7:25pm On Dec 14, 2014
WhiteTechnology:
Cc

Berem barcanista obiagelli gbawe aresa



Backdatassup collnyzo9 nigerianvenom cyberwolf evergreen blackfire

Altwireles atlwireles

Sincerenigerian ngwakwe ikengawo chino


No insult


Politics aside look at the future of our African policy.
all I do is wonder Y u called for backup...
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by overhypedsteve(m): 7:47pm On Dec 14, 2014
WhiteTechnology:
The 20th century has witnessed the rise of non-western powers threatening the world order established by some very racist whites.

First to rise was Haiti, then Japan and now China/India.

The rise of these powers has seen the Western powers lose more privileges, control , markets and most importantly resources.


Nigeria is a potential superpower not because of her population but because if she is industrialized and decides to build a 10 lane railways connecting every African country to her, she will build an African empire out of trade and commerce influential enough to wean Africa of Western neocolonialism.

ECOWAS and ECOMOG are clear proofs

Despite poor implementation, we can see how much these organizations have achieved.


I want to use this medium to tell our SW neighbours to avoid playing the script of indigenous neo colonists from the North who neither mean well for the country or their people.

If Nigeria breaks up (which I do support)
SW will be denying herself the opportunity of being part of this great future empire if she makes enemy of her Southern and Middle belt neighbours due to greed for the post of VP in the disguise of "Change"


What Nkrumah Zik Sankara Mandela dreamt of achieving can still be achieved not through their erroneous believe of a bigger country but through trade, commerce and technology connected by railways.


With love from the East= The trade commerce and technological light of Africa. cool
where did you keep blacktechnology. You re brilliant my man. I respect that.
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by docsholz(m): 8:01pm On Dec 14, 2014
*yawns* same tribal bs from a known bigot

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 7:47am On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:
If Nigeria breaks up (which I do support)

save for d text above, would av made a beautiful piece!
.....u better wake up to reality!

Born to Rule

So you love one Nigeria and yet refused to allow others rule Nigeria.


Don't worry we will make you minister of cocoa-groundnut corporation

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 7:50am On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:
If Nigeria breaks up (which I do support)

save for d text above, would av made a beautiful piece!
.....u better wake up to reality!

Born to Rule

So you love one Nigeria and yet refused to allow others rule Nigeria.


Don't worry we will make you minister for cocoa-groundnut corporation

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 9:08am On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:


Born to Rule

So you love one Nigeria and yet refused to allow others rule Nigeria.


Don't worry we will make you minister for cocoa-groundnut corporation

neither you nor i decide who rules this country

and i know if u could, u wld av long split Nigeria but hey! we are still here....

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 9:22am On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:


neither you nor i decide who rules this country

and if i know if u could, u wld av long split Nigeria but hey! we are still here....


Born to Rule has spoken


Get ready to live without oil wealth.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 9:52am On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:



Born to Rule has spoken


Get ready to live without oil wealth.


live with one Nigeria or die n Nigeria is still one!

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 10:25am On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:



live with one Nigeria or die n Nigeria is still one!

Yes

That's why Jona must rule till 2019 at all cost


If you guys attempt any coup we will thwart it violently.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 10:33am On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:


Yes

That's why Jona must rule till 2019 at all cost


If you guys attempt any coup we will thwart it violently.

good for u, just accept Nigeria as one
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 4:21pm On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:


good for u, just accept Nigeria as one


Yes a new Nigeria where so called infidels will rule you people


At least we have proven your holy book wrong

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 9:02pm On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:



Yes a new Nigeria where so called infidels will rule you people


At least we have proven your holy book wrong

one Nigeria
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 9:19pm On Dec 15, 2014
This is more like why Whitetechnology is scared of any political alliance between the SW and the north.
I guess your glorious vision of Africa must be to the exclusion of some people you don't like.
By the way, the US is not scared of Nigeria. You need to drop this destructive victim mentality.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 9:21pm On Dec 15, 2014
galadima77:


one Nigeria


One Nigeria where we can bury our holy book under the sand


One Nigeria where so called infidels will rule servants of a...h

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 9:28pm On Dec 15, 2014
Aigbofa:
This is more like why Whitetechnology is scared of any political alliance between the SW and the north.
I guess your glorious vision of Africa must be to the exclusion of some people you don't like.
By the way, the US is not scared of Nigeria. You need to drop this destructive victim mentality.

They are not scared but decided not to sell weapons to us in the disguise of human right violation why their President's wife shouted Bring Back Our Girls

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 9:31pm On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:


They are not scared but decided not to sell weapons to us in the disguise of human right violation why their President's wife shouted Bring Back Our Girls

You can always make your own weapons if you don't like it, or source your weapons from somewhere else.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 9:45pm On Dec 15, 2014
WhiteTechnology:



One Nigeria where we can bury our holy book under the sand


One Nigeria where so called infidels will rule servants of a...h

lolz
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 5:38am On Dec 16, 2014
galadima77:


lolz


Galadima the Born To Rule go buy your farm tools because we know you guys plan


The plan of Nigeria internal colonialists (Hausa Fulani Yoruba )


See their plan below

Hausa-Fulani = 2015-2023

Yoruba = 2023-2031




GEJ till 2019

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 8:02am On Dec 16, 2014
WhiteTechnology:



Galadima the Born To Rule go buy your farm tools because we know you guys plan


The plan of Nigeria internal colonialists (Hausa Fulani Yoruba )


See their plan below

Hausa-Fulani = 2015-2023

Yoruba = 2023-2031


GEJ till 2019



my friend am a geologist and explore solid minerals that abound in my state Niger and also partially into agriculture....so pls look elsewhere for the power hungry northern politicians to vent ur frustration abeg...

Attacking me or northern muslims won't add any change to both our accounts. Save ur strenght for ur likes!

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Nobody: 8:11am On Dec 16, 2014
galadima77:



my friend am a geologist and explore solid minerals that abound in my state Niger and also partially into agriculture....so pls look elsewhere for the power hungry northern politicians to vent ur frustration abeg...

Attacking me or northern muslims won't add any change to both our accounts. Save ur strenght for ur likes!



What's your view on 50% resource control and fiscal federalism

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Wendyslim(f): 8:15am On Dec 16, 2014
U just succeeded in staining ur write up wit dis separation tins. We ain't gonna separate cos we are one Nigeria ,together we will make dis country proud.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by gunther6(m): 8:19am On Dec 16, 2014
The OP is in dire need of functional education. I rest my case
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by Truckpusher(m): 8:22am On Dec 16, 2014
galadima77:



my friend am a geologist and explore solid minerals that abound in my state Niger and also partially into agriculture....so pls look elsewhere for the power hungry northern politicians to vent ur frustration abeg...

Attacking me or northern muslims won't add any change to both our accounts. Save ur strenght for ur likes!
Why do I find this post interesting?

This is the attitude of a typical good Nigerian. grin

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by galadima77(m): 8:29am On Dec 16, 2014
WhiteTechnology:




What's your view on 50% resource control and fiscal federalism

left for for me, most northern politicians are lazy and it's attributable to free 'oil money'. How does one expect these governors to look inwards and harness whatever resources that abounds within their states ( besides, there's hardly any state in Nigeria without its own form of blessings) when they know very well that something substantial is bound to fall in from Abuja every month....worst still is the loans they collect and nothing to show for such, all because of anticipation of oil money.

so back to your question, why would any sincere and ambitious leader be afraid of true federalism and even 80 percent resource control? Corruption!!! personally, i'm of the opinion that all states should av total control of their resources and remit taxes to d central government...that would even curtail the clamor for state creation, crazy loans, crave for political offices by thieves and trust it will stimulate growth in the long run.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by major466(m): 8:37am On Dec 16, 2014
Ever since the American parliament made their famous prophecy about Nigeria's breakup in 2005, I knew Nigeria was destined for greatness. Greatness that is not limited to the West African sub region alone, but greatness that will span the entire continent of Africa and the world at large. This is what the Americans are trying to avoid.
It's important Nigerians know that, America will do anything to break up any country that may rise to challenge her super power status. They did it to former USSR. They did it to DR Congo. They did it to Cuba. Now they're doing it to China and Nigeria.
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by chamboy(m): 9:16am On Dec 16, 2014
What do u expect from Yabaleft occupant
Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by chamboy(m): 9:17am On Dec 16, 2014
major466:
Ever since the American parliament made their famous prophecy about Nigeria's breakup in 2005, I knew Nigeria was destined for greatness. Greatness that is not limited to the West African sub region alone, but greatness that will span the entire continent of Africa and the world at large. This is what the Americans are trying to avoid.
It's important Nigerians know that, America will do anything to break up any country that may rise to challenge her super power status. They did it to former USSR. They did it to DR Congo. They did it to Cuba. Now they're doing it to China and Nigeria.
and that greatness is not gonna start if we keep having leaders like GEJ

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by major466(m): 9:24am On Dec 16, 2014
chamboy:
and that greatness is not gonna start if we keep having leaders like GEJ
You're wrong. GEJ is the perfect man for the job.

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Re: Reason(s) Why US Is Scared Of Nigeria by chamboy(m): 9:31am On Dec 16, 2014
major466:

You're wrong. GEJ is the perfect man for the job.
B deceiving urself not me.. Perfection indeed with the current status of this country . U must b deluded in some world of ur own sir

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