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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Akshow: 2:38pm On Jan 30, 2017
abelorode:
Lool... Dem no won face naija ND z problems
I taya o.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Erickthewreck: 2:41pm On Jan 30, 2017
Badgers14:
Trumps rude awakening... Hahaha..

Trump failed to realize that he won electoral vote and not popular vote.


That his success as a businessman doesn't mean success in politics... To be successful in politics, you need political acumen which he lacks.. Business is different from politics in the sense that a business man wants to make money, he bargains and since the owner writes a check he dictate who to buy from.

But presidency is not like that, alot of U.S. politicians join politics because of power, they Dont make much money compared to their counterparts in Nigeria grin grin

But Trump is ridiculing himself already. A judge have blocked "temporary" the executive order while signalling the Plaintiffs, ACLU have a good case.

To be sincere, Trump thought there would be jubilation, he never expected this backlash.

Trump supporters fail to realize his hypocrisy... His grandfather is from Germany, his mother is from Scotland, his first wife Ivanka is from Czech republic and his current wife is from Serbia... Yet he is anti immigration..

Don't forget that one of the biggest company in the planet GoOgle is founded by 2 immigrants.

Trump thinks he could pull a Hitler but that would not happen in this generation. Things have changed.

His immigration orders is just sensless, all this mass shootings left and right , Colorado theather shooting, virgina tech, Connecticut middle school, Chicago every weekend... Which country did all those suspects come from

Thumbs up..

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Originality007: 2:42pm On Jan 30, 2017
CXLVII:
The beginning of an End.......


Trump will make more enemies for the United States than Bush did.


I think people need to start appreciating Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama. There diplomacy was next to none

who and who are u referring to here, hope is not Nigerians, cos am still looking for what Obama really do for Nigeria tru out his tenure
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by amanikondo: 2:43pm On Jan 30, 2017
CXLVII:
The beginning of an End.......


Trump will make more enemies for the United States than Bush did.


I think people need to start appreciating Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama. There diplomacy was next to none
Appreciate what silly diplomacy? Like drawing a red line in the sand that Obama did for Syria.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by hotwax: 2:43pm On Jan 30, 2017
Akshow:
And u need to read and follow news

You don't even need to read your fake news. Just check for the meaning of 'Silent Majority.'

Republican won 70% of house of rep
won 80% of senate
Won the presidency
Will appoint more than 100 judges in the few weeks.

So tell us what is your definition of Majority.

America is more than 130,000,000. 3 million (1%) democrats and Islamists are on the street protesting. Wait for the silent Majority to protest, thats when you will know who the majority is.

They are silent now because they have no reason to protest. They got what they want.

Please stop being lazy
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Banter1(m): 2:45pm On Jan 30, 2017
Weldone Trump! Ban them all, they are all Fulani Herds men and Boko boys. Including Nigeria. Once you see any names like Abu, Ahmed, Aisha, Abdullahi, Abdumutallab ban them please Mr. Trump
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by lond07: 2:45pm On Jan 30, 2017
jesus500:
he was elected young man, he made himself a dictator.

olunuthegreat:
seen thanks cheesy

This is a show of maturity. How I wish all will emulate this. But the forum is full of all sort of riposte clearly lacking a mind of clear thoughts.

Keep it up gentlemen

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by donjahsy(m): 2:46pm On Jan 30, 2017
Horlawale1:
Their problem

Enough of unsolved problem here in Nigeria

But I don't know y, I just detest this trump man
because u are afonja from the waste. thats why u detest Trumpet
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by amanikondo: 2:47pm On Jan 30, 2017
Akshow:
What I don't get is some of Nigerians obsession and support for Donald Trumps policies even when it doesn't affect their lives. Majority of the Americans themselves don't support his foreign policies, but naija carry am put for head like say e concern them.

I hope you get sense? It is a question. He won the election. Dem no dey rig election like your country. The silent majority support Donald Trump.

American media and George Soro's protesters have brainwashed you.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Butterworth: 2:50pm On Jan 30, 2017
Badgers14:
Trumps rude awakening... Hahaha..

Trump failed to realize that he won electoral vote and not popular vote.


That his success as a businessman doesn't mean success in politics... To be successful in politics, you need political acumen which he lacks.. Business is different from politics in the sense that a business man wants to make money, he bargains and since the owner writes a check he dictate who to buy from.

But presidency is not like that, alot of U.S. politicians join politics because of power, they Dont make much money compared to their counterparts in Nigeria grin grin

But Trump is ridiculing himself already. A judge have blocked "temporary" the executive order while signalling the Plaintiffs, ACLU have a good case.

To be sincere, Trump thought there would be jubilation, he never expected this backlash.

Trump supporters fail to realize his hypocrisy... His grandfather is from Germany, his mother is from Scotland, his first wife Ivanka is from Czech republic and his current wife is from Serbia... Yet he is anti immigration..

Don't forget that one of the biggest company in the planet GoOgle is founded by 2 immigrants.

Trump thinks he could pull a Hitler but that would not happen in this generation. Things have changed.

His immigration orders is just sensless, all this mass shootings left and right , Colorado theather shooting, virgina tech, Connecticut middle school, Chicago every weekend... Which country did all those suspects come from

So, what you're saying is that TRUMP should form a Military Task force to protect ISLAMIC TERRORIST like Buhari deed to the FULANI HERDSMEN.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by hotwax: 2:54pm On Jan 30, 2017
Badgers14:
Trumps rude awakening... Hahaha..

Trump failed to realize that he won electoral vote and not popular vote.


That his success as a businessman doesn't mean success in politics... To be successful in politics, you need political acumen which he lacks.. Business is different from politics in the sense that a business man wants to make money, he bargains and since the owner writes a check he dictate who to buy from.

But presidency is not like that, alot of U.S. politicians join politics because of power, they Dont make much money compared to their counterparts in Nigeria grin grin

But Trump is ridiculing himself already. A judge have blocked "temporary" the executive order while signalling the Plaintiffs, ACLU have a good case.

To be sincere, Trump thought there would be jubilation, he never expected this backlash.

Trump supporters fail to realize his hypocrisy... His grandfather is from Germany, his mother is from Scotland, his first wife Ivanka is from Czech republic and his current wife is from Serbia... Yet he is anti immigration..

Don't forget that one of the biggest company in the planet GoOgle is founded by 2 immigrants.

Trump thinks he could pull a Hitler but that would not happen in this generation. Things have changed.

His immigration orders is just sensless, all this mass shootings left and right , Colorado theather shooting, virgina tech, Connecticut middle school, Chicago every weekend... Which country did all those suspects come from

Thats the African/Nigerian mentality speaking.

Please read the news and stop being so lazy. Illiteracy is not an excuse.

1. He is not banning immigration. He is stopping 7 countries which are considered very dangerous by Obama administration. Obama passed the list to congress and it was approved. But Obama got no balls to implement it.

2. Out of like 100+ countries, he is only banning 7. Google President Ronald reagan. He did something similar and heaven did not fall.

3. Trump is not trying to pull a hilter, he is fullfilling his campaign promises. He is gaining more respects from his voters. A politician who promise and fullfills it is hard to come by. He has achieved 80% of his campaign promises except jobs and the wall.

4. The ban only last 90 days for Homeland to formulate new vetting process.

5. There is a reciprocate clause in the ban. America should treat other countries the way they treat America. E.g. Nigeria gives Americans 1 year visa, but America give us 2 years. We are cheating Americans. So hencefort, Nigeria will be getting 1 year visa too. Thats why Donald Trump won.

He won the election because he promised to do what he is doing now.

But I guess we Nigerians know more than AMericans. We can decide how Americans live their live for them. We can teach them who they can accepts as immigrants. Trump is giving you guys middle fingers. You quoted google. All these Techy guys jews (80%). Trump is a friend of Israel and Jews.

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by fmlala: 2:56pm On Jan 30, 2017
Chiedu4Trump:
Copied From Facebook



Fashola once ordered Igbos within the same country to leave Lagos. Many FB noisemakers hailed it and laughed at Igbos and justified why Igbos should go back to the Eastern states.
Now, this is within the same country, dominated by people of same color, same race but just mere differences in tongues and tribes.

Fashola's crazed supporters echoed:
Igbos must leave Lagos.
Igbos should go.
Lagos is NOT a no man's land.

Fast forward...Trump bans muslims into US territory and says that he will build a wall to keep illegal immigrants out from his own territory.

These are not people of his country, race or tribe.
These are strangers/visitors/illegal immigrants who come into his territory from their own territory to occupy space.

And suddenly, many of those who once justified Fashola's one-time madness towards his fellow country men are crying the loudest.

Listen...YOU are confused.
Be consistent. Stay consistent. Consistency is a virtue!

Infact, I can fill a pool with the amount of idiocy that I think you are.

Kitikpa rachaa gi onu there!!!









Those that Fashola sent packing from Lagos were mentally derailed....












......I guess you are one of them

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by jesus500(m): 2:56pm On Jan 30, 2017
lond07:




This is a show of maturity. How I wish all will emulate this. But the forum is full of all sort of riposte clearly lacking a mind of clear thoughts.

Keep it up gentlemen
thanks
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by marcelifeh(m): 2:57pm On Jan 30, 2017
Make this Trump no go cause WW 111. Predicted by Nastradamus
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Chiedu4Trump: 2:58pm On Jan 30, 2017
fmlala:










Those that Fashola sent packing from Lagos were mentally derailed....












......I guess you are one of them





Na ya papa be one of them.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by madridsta007(m): 3:07pm On Jan 30, 2017
Akshow:
who won the popularity vote? Did you watched the protest against him the second day after his inauguration all over the US and the world

Of course, the Left will whine and hang on to the "popularity votes"— votes that are inconsequential within America's type of electoral voting system.

Meanwhile, Clinton's lead on Trump's "Popularity Votes"— if we look at that— is less than 7%. I do not think less than 7% is termed "majority."

Inauguration protests? If that was an "effective number", well they would have influenced the votes and the electoral outcome.

The left get so fixated with numbers from Carlifornia and New York— which is where their error comes from, forgetting that, although the red belt areas are too busy to protest, they constitute large and, as we've seen in the elections, effective numbers.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Charly68: 3:07pm On Jan 30, 2017
Let them continue to protest there; the man told them the truth while campaigning for votes that it is not going to be business as usual
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Erickthewreck: 3:08pm On Jan 30, 2017
Guyman02:


I dont think any Yoruba person is against a Muslim becoming Gov of Ondo State, as an Igbo I think that Yorubas are the most matured people anywhere in the world when it comes to religious tolerance.
The Yorubas care more about any person who speaks the language and identifies as 'omo oodua' and understands the culture such as 'dobaleing' before considering his religion as almost everyone in Yorubaland has a Muslim or Christian or Ifa Worshiper as relation.

We use to crack a job that it is only a Yoruba man who will go to a Babalawo for charms, go to a Pastor for prayers and also visit an Alfa for fortification at the same time grin grin

True.. but they won't understand you.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Olabestonic001(m): 3:18pm On Jan 30, 2017
olunuthegreat:
hmmm the last time i check adolf Hitler was a military leader

He was a Civilian chancellor and not even a president.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Deadlytruth(m): 3:19pm On Jan 30, 2017
Chiedu4Trump:
Copied From Facebook



Fashola once ordered Igbos within the same country to leave Lagos. Many FB noisemakers hailed it and laughed at Igbos and justified why Igbos should go back to the Eastern states.
Now, this is within the same country, dominated by people of same color, same race but just mere differences in tongues and tribes.

Fashola's crazed supporters echoed:
Igbos must leave Lagos.
Igbos should go.
Lagos is NOT a no man's land.

Fast forward...Trump bans muslims into US territory and says that he will build a wall to keep illegal immigrants out from his own territory.

These are not people of his country, race or tribe.
These are strangers/visitors/illegal immigrants who come into his territory from their own territory to occupy space.

And suddenly, many of those who once justified Fashola's one-time madness towards his fellow country men are crying the loudest.

Listen...YOU are confused.
Be consistent. Stay consistent. Consistency is a virtue!

Infact, I can fill a pool with the amount of idiocy that I think you are.

Kitikpa rachaa gi onu there!!!

The hypocrisy and inconsistency is both ways. Those who chided Fashola and called him names for that deportation are here now defending Trump while those who rejoiced and hailed Fashola for that deportation are here throwing missiles at Trump. I as a person supported Fashola because federalism permits settling in another state on the condition that the settler does not become a nuisance. Likewise I support Trump now because immigrants from those countries are only of nuisance value to the USA.
If Nigeria had not lost the federalism bequeathed on us by the departing colonial masters, our regional community policing system would have been sustained and interstate movement would have been properly controlled by the police of each state hence this Fulani Herdsmen menace would never have existed as no state's police would permit entry of an unauthorized and undocumented immigrant on the excuse of normadic economy.

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by agarawu23(m): 3:19pm On Jan 30, 2017
ezera:
Protest or not Trump has come to stay. They think they are doing me!
coming from someone who never leave Nigeria airport grin

Some of u carry trump for head like he is useful to your generations undecided
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by subsurface: 3:24pm On Jan 30, 2017
why are u guys drinking panadol for another man`s headache..

He Trump the US president voted for by his people for his conservative view is carrying out what he was voted to do..

and u guys including the liberals that lost are worrying urself...

na waooo
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Akshow: 3:26pm On Jan 30, 2017
madridsta007:


Of course, the Left will whine and hang on to the "popularity votes"— votes that are inconsequential within America's type of electoral voting system.

Meanwhile, Clinton's lead on Trump's "Popularity Votes"— if we look at that— is less than 7%. I do not think less than 7% is termed "majority."

Inauguration protests? If that was an "effective number", well they would have influenced the votes and the electoral outcome.

The left get so fixated with numbers from Carlifornia and New York— which is where their error comes from, forgetting that, although the red belt areas are too busy to protest, they constitute large and, as we've seen in the elections, effective numbers.
Electoral college are the political elites not necessarily the true composition of the mind of the American people. Carlifonia planning to secede meanwhile. And u think trump will find it easy with his anti people foreign policies. Americans are not Nigerians that Sit down and watch. An overwhelming majority I repeat are against him
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Akshow: 3:27pm On Jan 30, 2017
amanikondo:


I hope you get sense? It is a question. He won the election. Dem no dey rig election like your country. The silent majority support Donald Trump.

American media and George Soro's protesters have brainwashed you.
Grow up. U either present ur argument logically and respectfully or u buzz off
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by wristbangle: 3:29pm On Jan 30, 2017
fmlala:




Those that Fashola sent packing from Lagos were mentally derailed....


......I guess you are one of the


grin

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Akshow: 3:30pm On Jan 30, 2017
hotwax:


You don't even need to read your fake news. Just check for the meaning of 'Silent Majority.'

Republican won 70% of house of rep
won 80% of senate
Won the presidency
Will appoint more than 100 judges in the few weeks.

So tell us what is your definition of Majority.

America is more than 130,000,000. 3 million (1%) democrats and Islamists are on the street protesting. Wait for the silent Majority to protest, thats when you will know who the majority is.

They are silent now because they have no reason to protest. They got what they want.

Please stop being lazy
LMAO. Read bro. So u think in ur mind America is like Nigeria where people seat and watch the ruling elite trample on them? Lmao. Do well to post verifiable links to your bogus claims above Mr, stop throwing fake statistic.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by timawoku(m): 3:30pm On Jan 30, 2017
fmlala:










Those that Fashola sent packing from Lagos were mentally derailed....












......I guess you are one of them




my brother why not ignore the buffoon like the rest of us?

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Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Akshow: 3:32pm On Jan 30, 2017
dealslip:


This is hypocrisy on your part. OK then, allow the Malians and Senegalese businessmen to continue decimating your people. These countries are ravaged by the activities of the beneficiaries of the wars fought in their countries, Iran and Saudi. This promoters of different brands of Islam should accommodate them.
you are the hypocrite here. Quick question, are you American? Why are u soooooo happy about a policy that has no direct impart on ur life
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Rekit: 3:37pm On Jan 30, 2017
MrCGPA:
It is going to be tough for some Nigga this time around. No longer business as usual!
Would that makes ur life better?
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by Bashirjaja01(m): 3:37pm On Jan 30, 2017
How wish President trump will send all Nigerian's back home including those possession green card, woooow in the next five years defenately we will experience a positive change in all aspects of life.
Re: U.S. Companies Protest Trump’s Travel Ban by OldBeer: 3:39pm On Jan 30, 2017
Badgers14:
Trumps rude awakening... Hahaha..

Trump failed to realize that he won electoral vote and not popular vote.


That his success as a businessman doesn't mean success in politics... To be successful in politics, you need political acumen which he lacks.. Business is different from politics in the sense that a business man wants to make money, he bargains and since the owner writes a check he dictate who to buy from.

But presidency is not like that, alot of U.S. politicians join politics because of power, they Dont make much money compared to their counterparts in Nigeria grin grin

But Trump is ridiculing himself already. A judge have blocked "temporary" the executive order while signalling the Plaintiffs, ACLU have a good case.

To be sincere, Trump thought there would be jubilation, he never expected this backlash.

Trump supporters fail to realize his hypocrisy... His grandfather is from Germany, his mother is from Scotland, his first wife Ivanka is from Czech republic and his current wife is from Serbia... Yet he is anti immigration..

Don't forget that one of the biggest company in the planet GoOgle is founded by 2 immigrants.

Trump thinks he could pull a Hitler but that would not happen in this generation. Things have changed.

His immigration orders is just sensless, all this mass shootings left and right , Colorado theather shooting, virgina tech, Connecticut middle school, Chicago every weekend... Which country did all those suspects come from
Your head is correct. Better pikin.

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