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Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Sloan: 8:42pm On Apr 20, 2015
In today's Nigeria, Ibos are under the yoke of a siege mentality and inferiority complex, leading to a herd mentality. Think of a herd of goats or pigs. Herd mentality, or mob mentality, describes how people are influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors, follow trends, and/or purchase items (Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality). It is as though the crushing blow of defeat of Ibo's biafra is indeed a crushing albatross that has dissipated every trace of confidence in the ibo man as an individual and as a group of people.

Case in point is the xenophobic attacks in SA and while I do not subscribe, support or endorse the killing or violent treatment of human beings in any form, it is very apt for human beings to deal with issues that affect them holistically. Why can't ibos be circumspect of their lives as human beings? Can ibos claim freedom to violate the laws, ownership traditions, culture and goodwill of hosts and despite repeated warnings, ibos don't pay heed but at the sign of concrete action, Ibos go into overdrive, exhibiting this animalistic herd mentality. This shameful behaviour shows ibo as people incapable of independent thought or action after objectively analyzing an issue.

Oba Akiolu's comment, which was right on the money was feasted on by Ibos but they have not backed off from calling the domain of a king in Yorubaland, whose ancestors own the same land for centuries before ibos happened on it by virtue of Nigeria after their loss of the civil war, a no man's land. But Ibos want others to have pity on them when they're recompensed for their actions with the only language they seem to understand - violence! Now, another one I have seen recently is the issue of the cardiologist in the US who is voicing the exact same opinion of a lot of people whose lands have been trampled upon, be it Oba Akiolu, the cardiologist or the SS Nigerians who sent all ibos away and declared their houses abandoned property! What the cardiologist is saying is absolutely true and watch his language, he did not command that violence be visited on ibos but he is saying it will be the consequence of their actions if they do not back off now. Why should a thief assault you in your own home and you cannot blow him to pieces if you have the chance and resources?

Ibos should learn and stop calling everyone lazy, thinking because of the humanity others exhibit to allow them on their lands, they are somehow better. It is a shame that most Nigerians will still visit the north than go to iboland, most people will visit most states in the SW, MB, SS or even work or live there before considering Onitsha or Aba, why is everyone not interested in Iboland? Could it be because they know that even ibos cannot wait to abandon their father's lands to seek prosperity elsewhere? Ibos should grow a pair and get off with the inferiority complex, which makes them pass off as cry babies without a backbone. The doctor in the US, Oba Akiolu, etc have rights to their opinions, and will express it for as long as ibos remain the annoying pests that they are. Whether ibos like it or not, one day their cup will be full again somewhere they are pissing off people and they will descend on them, whether in Nigeria or outside, sabo ngari or south africa or Lagos!

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by jmoore(m): 8:48pm On Apr 20, 2015



Hogwash 101

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Sloan: 8:48pm On Apr 20, 2015
TRIBALSTOOGE:
fu ck you and fu ck your bleeping write up's


spend your time and call for referendum ,


instead spitting hate and provocation



call for separation of igbo people from Nigeria .

You should call for referendum. Most other Nigerians see a better Nigeria and are taking it by the horn, while the losers that you are think they will do your work for you? Give you presidency on a platter? Give you joint ownership of their lands on a platter? Well, it seems this wilderness you are in will last at least 400 years!

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by winniz: 8:50pm On Apr 20, 2015
[s][/s]Sloan:
In today's Nigeria, Ibos are under the yoke of a siege mentality and inferiority complex, leading to a herd mentality. Think of a herd of goats or pigs. Herd mentality, or mob mentality, describes how people are influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors, follow trends, and/or purchase items (Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality). It is as though the crushing blow of defeat of Ibo's biafra is indeed a crushing albatross that has dissipated every trace of confidence in the ibo man as an individual and as a group of people.

Case in point is the xenophobic attacks in SA and while I do not subscribe, support or endorse the killing or violent treatment of human beings in any form, it is very apt for human beings to deal with issues that affect them holistically. Why can't ibos be circumspect of their lives as human beings? Can ibos claim freedom to violate the laws, ownership traditions, culture and goodwill of hosts and despite repeated warnings, ibos don't pay heed but at the sign of concrete action, Ibos go into overdrive, exhibiting this animalistic herd mentality. This shameful behaviour shows ibo as people incapable of independent thought or action after objectively analyzing an issue.

Oba Akiolu's comment, which was right on the money was feasted on by Ibos but they have not backed off from calling the domain of a king in Yorubaland, whose ancestors own the same land for centuries before ibos happened on it by virtue of Nigeria after their loss of the civil war, a no man's land. But Ibos want others to have pity on them when they're recompensed for their actions with the only language they seem to understand - violence! Now, another one I have seen recently is the issue of the cardiologist in the US who is voicing the exact same opinion of a lot of people whose lands have been trampled upon, be it Oba Akiolu, the cardiologist or the SS Nigerians who sent all ibos away and declared their houses abandoned property! What the cardiologist is saying is absolutely true and watch his language, he did not command that violence be visited on ibos but he is saying it will be the consequence of their actions if they do not back off now. Why should a thief assault you in your own home and you cannot blow him to pieces if you have the chance and resources?

Ibos should learn and stop calling everyone lazy, thinking because of the humanity others exhibit to allow them on their lands, they are somehow better. It is a shame that most Nigerians will still visit the north than go to iboland, most people will visit most states in the SW, MB, SS or even work or live there before considering Onitsha or Aba, why is everyone not interested in Iboland? Could it be because they know that even ibos cannot wait to abandon their father's lands to seek prosperity elsewhere? Ibos should grow a pair and get off with the inferiority complex, which makes them pass off as cry babies without a backbone. The doctor in the US, Oba Akiolu, etc have rights to their opinions, and will express it for as long as ibos remain the annoying pests that they are. Whether ibos like it or not, one day their cup will be full again somewhere they are pissing off people and they will descend on them, whether in Nigeria or outside, sabo ngari or south africa or Lagos! [s][/s]

Very useless post.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nobody: 8:52pm On Apr 20, 2015
Sloan:


You should call for referendum. Most other Nigerians see a better Nigeria and are taking it by the horn, while the losers that you are think they will do your work for you? Give you presidency on a platter? Give you joint ownership of their lands on a platter? Well, it seems this wilderness you are in will last at least 400 years!


why are you calling for igbo extermination ?


you hate igbo's so much please let them go.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Mogidi: 8:52pm On Apr 20, 2015
It is a shame that most Nigerians will still visit the north than go to iboland, most people will visit most states in the SW, MB, SS or even work or live there before considering Onitsha or Aba, why is everyone not interested in Iboland? [size=15pt]Could it be because they know that even ibos cannot wait to abandon their father's lands to seek prosperity elsewhere?[/size]

If you can't compete with them on your own turf how easy would it be to compete with them in their states of origin?

I forgot who said that any place you don't find Igbos is usually a dead town. I can confidently state the Igbos changed commerce in my town in Edo state. Those that fear Igbo people are usually the lazy ones in the town.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by ozoigbondu: 8:54pm On Apr 20, 2015
Seriously another igbo thread so many people are suffering from inferority complex and they sooth themselves by blaming us for their numerous problems

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by jmoore(m): 8:56pm On Apr 20, 2015
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Mogidi: 9:05pm On Apr 20, 2015
@Sloan
Concentrate on the mystery disease that is presently afflicting the SW.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by superstar1(m): 9:06pm On Apr 20, 2015
cheesy grin cheesy cheesy cheesy

What a lovely write up.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by tupem: 9:12pm On Apr 20, 2015
Sloan:


You should call for referendum. Most other Nigerians see a better Nigeria and are taking it by the horn, while the losers that you are think they will do your work for you? Give you presidency on a platter? Give you joint ownership of their lands on a platter? Well, it seems this wilderness you are in will last at least 400 years!
lazy man! go and work! stop hating! this write up of yours reeks of the same feelings of some Zulus! a beg! go work doo!

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by SeverusSnape(m): 9:13pm On Apr 20, 2015
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by kayode27: 9:16pm On Apr 20, 2015
Dear op,

PM me when you are done wanking your tiny d1ck
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nobody: 9:16pm On Apr 20, 2015
You fada left nyash there
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by tupem: 9:16pm On Apr 20, 2015
TRIBALSTOOGE:



why are you calling for igbo extermination ?


you hate igbo's so much please let them go.



Na lagos indigene wannabe! olodo! hater! I can bet he no be Lagosian.
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by hopeforcharles(m): 9:20pm On Apr 20, 2015
Sloan:
In today's Nigeria, Ibos are under the yoke of a siege mentality and inferiority complex, leading to a herd mentality. Think of a herd of goats or pigs. Herd mentality, or mob mentality, describes how people are influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors, follow trends, and/or purchase items (Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality). It is as though the crushing blow of defeat of Ibo's biafra is indeed a crushing albatross that has dissipated every trace of confidence in the ibo man as an individual and as a group of people.

Case in point is the xenophobic attacks in SA and while I do not subscribe, support or endorse the killing or violent treatment of human beings in any form, it is very apt for human beings to deal with issues that affect them holistically. Why can't ibos be circumspect of their lives as human beings? Can ibos claim freedom to violate the laws, ownership traditions, culture and goodwill of hosts and despite repeated warnings, ibos don't pay heed but at the sign of concrete action, Ibos go into overdrive, exhibiting this animalistic herd mentality. This shameful behaviour shows ibo as people incapable of independent thought or action after objectively analyzing an issue.

Oba Akiolu's comment, which was right on the money was feasted on by Ibos but they have not backed off from calling the domain of a king in Yorubaland, whose ancestors own the same land for centuries before ibos happened on it by virtue of Nigeria after their loss of the civil war, a no man's land. But Ibos want others to have pity on them when they're recompensed for their actions with the only language they seem to understand - violence! Now, another one I have seen recently is the issue of the cardiologist in the US who is voicing the exact same opinion of a lot of people whose lands have been trampled upon, be it Oba Akiolu, the cardiologist or the SS Nigerians who sent all ibos away and declared their houses abandoned property! What the cardiologist is saying is absolutely true and watch his language, he did not command that violence be visited on ibos but he is saying it will be the consequence of their actions if they do not back off now. Why should a thief assault you in your own home and you cannot blow him to pieces if you have the chance and resources?

Ibos should learn and stop calling everyone lazy, thinking because of the humanity others exhibit to allow them on their lands, they are somehow better. It is a shame that most Nigerians will still visit the north than go to iboland, most people will visit most states in the SW, MB, SS or even work or live there before considering Onitsha or Aba, why is everyone not interested in Iboland? Could it be because they know that even ibos cannot wait to abandon their father's lands to seek prosperity elsewhere? Ibos should grow a pair and get off with the inferiority complex, which makes them pass off as cry babies without a backbone. The doctor in the US, Oba Akiolu, etc have rights to their opinions, and will express it for as long as ibos remain the annoying pests that they are. Whether ibos like it or not, one day their cup will be full again somewhere they are pissing off people and they will descend on them, whether in Nigeria or outside, sabo ngari or south africa or Lagos!
You are one socio path, and I have great pity for you and your kinds, let me tell you something you don't understand about life, The more u speak Ill of a person or people the more they wax stronger and it show you are beneath them. All the issues u raised are seriously baseless and senseless, can you tell me any tribe that has reformed the economic sphere in Nigeria like the igbos? If what happened to the igbos during the biafra civil war happened to any other tribe in Nigeria I can assure you that they will not survive it, talking about inferiority complex you can never associated it with the igbos we are widely read, travelled and enterprising and these are qualities are never found in someone who feels inferior. So go and fix your life Bro.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by basilo101: 9:25pm On Apr 20, 2015
But Onitsha and Aba still remain d most economically viable non capital city built wit d ppl's sweat and not govt handouts. How do u expect lazy asses to survive dia? U yorubas underestimate igbo resilience at ur own peril, u celebrate d persecution of igbo but you all dnt kw dat its actually d persecution dat inspire to do greater tins. By d way Emeka Idimogu will sit at Lagos HOA soon while Ayodele frm Ogun cant do same in Oyo. What oda proof do u need to show dat Lagos is a no man's Land?

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nasamy(m): 9:29pm On Apr 20, 2015
Sloan:
In today's Nigeria, Ibos are under the yoke of a siege mentality and inferiority complex, leading to a herd mentality. Think of a herd of goats or pigs. Herd mentality, or mob mentality, describes how people are influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors, follow trends, and/or purchase items (Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality). It is as though the crushing blow of defeat of Ibo's biafra is indeed a crushing albatross that has dissipated every trace of confidence in the ibo man as an individual and as a group of people.

Case in point is the xenophobic attacks in SA and while I do not subscribe, support or endorse the killing or violent treatment of human beings in any form, it is very apt for human beings to deal with issues that affect them holistically. Why can't ibos be circumspect of their lives as human beings? Can ibos claim freedom to violate the laws, ownership traditions, culture and goodwill of hosts and despite repeated warnings, ibos don't pay heed but at the sign of concrete action, Ibos go into overdrive, exhibiting this animalistic herd mentality. This shameful behaviour shows ibo as people incapable of independent thought or action after objectively analyzing an issue.

Oba Akiolu's comment, which was right on the money was feasted on by Ibos but they have not backed off from calling the domain of a king in Yorubaland, whose ancestors own the same land for centuries before ibos happened on it by virtue of Nigeria after their loss of the civil war, a no man's land. But Ibos want others to have pity on them when they're recompensed for their actions with the only language they seem to understand - violence! Now, another one I have seen recently is the issue of the cardiologist in the US who is voicing the exact same opinion of a lot of people whose lands have been trampled upon, be it Oba Akiolu, the cardiologist or the SS Nigerians who sent all ibos away and declared their houses abandoned property! What the cardiologist is saying is absolutely true and watch his language, he did not command that violence be visited on ibos but he is saying it will be the consequence of their actions if they do not back off now. Why should a thief assault you in your own home and you cannot blow him to pieces if you have the chance and resources?

Ibos should learn and stop calling everyone lazy, thinking because of the humanity others exhibit to allow them on their lands, they are somehow better. It is a shame that most Nigerians will still visit the north than go to iboland, most people will visit most states in the SW, MB, SS or even work or live there before considering Onitsha or Aba, why is everyone not interested in Iboland? Could it be because they know that even ibos cannot wait to abandon their father's lands to seek prosperity elsewhere? Ibos should grow a pair and get off with the inferiority complex, which makes them pass off as cry babies without a backbone. The doctor in the US, Oba Akiolu, etc have rights to their opinions, and will express it for as long as ibos remain the annoying pests that they are. Whether ibos like it or not, one day their cup will be full again somewhere they are pissing off people and they will descend o them, whether in Nigeria or outside, sabo ngari or south africa or Lagos!
seriously. U sound stupid, bitter and frustrated. I pity ur lot. Wat do u hope to achieve by dis post. D animal husbandry is were u belong. Foolishness at its peak. Do u knw d population of northern people in igboland u ignoramus. How can u knw anything wen cowardice will nt allow u and ur people leave home. We are nt afraid to come and claim ur lands and rub dirt in ur lousy faces. U re a Nigerian yet u can't go beyond ur nose cos of so much fear knowing ur ability to achieve nothing and contribute nothing to d economy. Pls shut ur gutter of a mouth if u have nothing but hate speeches to make u disgust. Pls who has inferiority complex. D boldness an igbo man cannot be rivaled any were. Yes we suck at politics but we have grown beyond wat govt can offer us unlike u imps. Pathetic lot. Why are u threatened by igbos dat u have lost sleep so much so dat u spent days designing dis post. Yes oh yes people. Dey will slap u and u will say thank u sir, Oshe sir so long as u are given peanut to feed. Let's not even start d analysis cos u will see how myopic and silly u are.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by chiefinalowo: 9:29pm On Apr 20, 2015
God bless Sloan

ibos are known for whining
ibos can buy land in Yorubaland but they should know that there is no indigenous Yoruba person called Chukwuma or Ifeanyi. They are just occupier and not the Omo onile. They occupy the land temporarily.
At appropriate time we will revisit all their actions before, during and after the elections.
I care less about marrying one of their daughters.
I can't wait for this to happen.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nobody: 9:34pm On Apr 20, 2015
It feels good to be igbo, another Igbo thread grin where's that Tuface song "if nobody talks about you, the you re nobody my guy"
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by TopGee: 9:35pm On Apr 20, 2015
There is a way to kill this thread, and I must tell Igbos. Pls, ignore this thread and don't post anything here. If you follow this rule, most of these irrational threads will die naturally. When you post, you encourage haters to come up with trash.

I only laugh when some people come out to say they will massacre Igbos again, But I believe no single tribe in Nigeria can withstand Igbos in a real battle. They only boast of a gang up against Igbos which certainly will backfire this time around. Just pray for peace.

Xenophobia is a result of inferiority complex. Leave my land but you have refused to leave my resources.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nobody: 9:44pm On Apr 20, 2015
Sloan, do one week prayer $ fasting to heal u of inferiority complex. You sound so threatened and filled with fear.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by EdCure: 9:48pm On Apr 20, 2015
I endorse this post in it's entirety.
Good job Sloan.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Nobody: 9:51pm On Apr 20, 2015
[quote
author=ovadoze post=32933744]It feels good to be igbo, another Igbo
thread grin where's that Tuface song "if nobody talks about you, the
you re nobody my guy"
[/quote]
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Kororugged: 9:51pm On Apr 20, 2015
I think it is time Ibos stop creating enemies everywhere they go.

This is becoming a crisis situation for them!

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by chiefinalowo: 9:54pm On Apr 20, 2015
TopGee:
There is a way to kill this thread, and I must tell Igbos. Pls, ignore this thread and don't post anything here. If you follow this rule, most of these irrational threads will die naturally. When you post, you encourage haters to come up with trash.

I only laugh when some people come out to say they will massacre Igbos again, But I believe no single tribe in Nigeria can withstand Igbos in a real battle. They only boast of a gang up against Igbos which certainly will backfire this time around. Just pray for peace.
The same thing your fathers said in 1967 until they all perished and your ojuku ran to another country where he fathered many children.
Don't worry, it seems you(ibo) their children are treading the same way.
I heard your massob will lead you, abi, no problem history will repeat itself.
I have read many books, I have not seen a single war fought and won by ibos.
Yorubas are known warriors and we will not think twice to handle you the same way we did in 60s.

God bless Sloan once again for creating this thread.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by SLIDEwaxie(m): 10:01pm On Apr 20, 2015
TopGee:
There is a way to kill this thread, and I must tell Igbos. Pls, ignore this thread and don't post anything here. If you follow this rule, most of these irrational threads will die naturally. When you post, you encourage haters to come up with trash.

I only laugh when some people come out to say they will massacre Igbos again, But I believe no single tribe in Nigeria can withstand Igbos in a real battle. They only boast of a gang up against Igbos which certainly will backfire this time around. Just pray for peace.

Xenophobia is a result of inferiority complex. Leave my land but you have refused to leave my resources.
bros, I no support violence, okay? But this your chest beating attitude is annoying.

See, they will massacre igbos, ur leaders will only collect money as usual and that will be the end!

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by otr1(m): 10:03pm On Apr 20, 2015
the crushing blow of defeat of Ibo's biafra is indeed a crushing albatross that has dissipated every trace of confidence in the ibo man as an individual and as a group of people.
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by TopGee: 10:05pm On Apr 20, 2015
Pls, Igbos keep the rule, don't reply them. Ignore this thread and subsequent ones.
Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by chiefinalowo: 10:12pm On Apr 20, 2015
If ibos plan to perish in Yorubaland we will make it fast.
They make enemies everywhere they go instead of making friends.

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Re: Ibo Herd And Siege Mentality And Inferiority Complex by Gh0stFreak: 10:27pm On Apr 20, 2015
Ishilove,lalasticlala please close this thread

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