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May 15 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

We are living in a precarious time in our journey to nationhood, ever since the forceful creation of Nigeria through the amalgamation of the Northern and Southern protectorate in 1914 by Fredrick Lugard, millions of people have been killed to maintain this devilish status quo, which can be felt by the level of hatred, envy, mistrust and disunity among the indigenous communities that make up the contraption called Nigeria. No wonder General Yakubu Gowon said there was no basis for Nigeria unity. While Chief Obafemi Awolowo said Nigeria is not a but a mere geographical location.

There is no shortcut to achieving greatness, most of the great nations of the world passed through the unimpeded stages of revolution in their journey to greatness. A lot of events in history led to serious revolutions that have really changed the course of history in so many nations of the world.

In the course of this discussion, let us examine the term Revolution and see why it is needed in the British creation called Nigeria urgently the type where the indigenous communities will take back their land govern themselves as they were, before they were merged with strangers and foreigners for economic growth of Her imperial Majesty.

Revolution: Is an overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed.

In milieu of this definition, let us examine the revolution of other countries and how it has really shaped their history.

ü  The French Revolution was a period of time in France when the people overthrew the monarchy and took control of the government. When did it take place? The French Revolution lasted 10 years from 1789 to 1799. It began on July 14, 1789 when revolutionaries stormed a prison called the Bastille.  Louis XVI - Louis XVI was king of France when the French Revolution began. The French economy struggled under Louis XVI due to large debt and massive expenses. When drought and poor grain harvests led to rising bread prices, the people began to revolt against their king.

ü  The Russian Revolution of 1917 was one of the most explosive political events of the twentieth century. The violent revolution marked the end of the Romanov dynasty and centuries of Russian Imperial rule. During the Russian Revolution, the Bolsheviks, led by leftist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin, seized power and destroyed the tradition of Czarist rule. The Bolsheviks would later become the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

ü  In April 1775 British soldiers, called lobsterbacks because of their red coats, and minutemen—the colonists' militia—exchanged gunfire at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. Described as "the shot heard round the world," it signalled the start of the American Revolution and led to the creation of a new nation. The American Revolution was a time when the British colonists in America rebelled against the rule of Great Britain. There were many battles fought and the colonies gained their freedom and became the independent country of the United States. The American Revolutionary War lasted from 1775 until 1783.

ü  The June 4th Revolution [1] or June 4th Uprising was an uprising in Ghana in 1979 that arose out of a combination of corruption, bad governance, frustration among the general public, and lack of discipline and frustrations within the Ghanaian army.

It was sparked when the then military government of the Supreme Military Council (SMC II) of General F K. Akuffo put then flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings on public trial for attempting to overthrow the government on May 15th 1979. This happened because Rawlings was a junior soldier in the Ghanaian Army who with other soldiers were refused to be given their salaries.

Rawlings turned the trial against the government by accusing it of massive corruption and requesting that his fellow accused be set free as he was solely responsible for the mutiny. He was incarcerated for sentencing. His diatribe resonated with the entire nation as there was massive suffering. In the night of June 3rd 1979, junior military officers including Major Boakye Djan broke into the jail where Rawlings was being held and freed him, and ostensibly marched him to the national radio station to make an announcement. The first time the public heard from Rawlings was a now legendary statement that he Rawlings had been released by the junior officers and that he was under their command. He requested all soldiers to meet with them at the Nicholson Stadium in Burma Camp in Accra.

The entire nation went up in uproar. The soldiers rounded up senior military officers including three former heads of states, General F. K Akuffo, Ignatius Kutu Acheampong and Afrifa for trial. They were subsequently executed by firing squad. Rawlings was appointed the head of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) by the revolting Junior military officers to run the country until the ongoing election was completed.

Now back here in the British contraption called Nigeria, we have witnessed and still experiencing all the factors that led to revolution in other countries. Let's examine the factors again. Droughts, high cost of Bread, hunger, non-payment of monthly salaries, corruption, intimidation, injustice, misappropriation of public fund and prolonged colonisation. These and other factors led to revolution in other countries.

Why is Revolution so imminent in the British contraption called Nigeria?

(a) The Fulanisation and Islamisation of the entire zoo has been exposed by IPOB through the Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, even Olusegun Obasanjo, T.Y. Danjuma has confirmed it and have spoken out publicly about it, so majority of the people are now aware of it. That Islamisation and Fulanisation will destroy the contraption completely with its attendant bloodshed and humanitarian crises through those who adhere strictly to the self-destructive false Theosophy of Jihadism, although it's resistance by Biafrans and other Christian communities will help to bury the name Nigeria and put her where she rightly belongs; at the dustbin of history according to Prof. Odenigbo of the blessed memory. Needless to say, that Biafrans will resist it with last drop of blood in them.

(b) The Nigeria economy has crumbled completely, the oil economy has collapsed and as a country operating a mono economy, Nigeria has been living in a life support machine, borrowing to pay her civil servants and greedy politicians. Today the burden of maintaining the Almajiri can no longer be carried by those who were the chief beneficiary of these religious street urchins and social nuisance, you know the Implications. Nigeria will implode and explode to pieces. So revolution is needed for people to rediscover themselves and solve their socio economic problems according to their geographical disposition, for instance, the North has a lot of solid mineral deposit but are being mined privately by their cabals hiding under the guise of one Nigeria, while the masses live in abject poverty. With a regional revolution every Northerner will benefit from the gift of nature in the North, unlike now that only the political class enjoy the wealth and use the Almajiri to attack their critics from other ethnic group.

(c) Because of over dependence on oil and imminent collapse of oil economy, many people will lose their job, civil servants will be owed their monthly salaries and allowances, Labour will go on strike and nobody will be ready to call off the strike because there is no money to service the recurrent expenses of governance, then the real revolution will start. The message of total dismemberment of the British fraud called Nigeria will sink properly then, albeit in a hard way. So now is the right for people to occupy their land and find the best economic policies suitable and typical to them. The present status quo only favours the cabal and the political class.

"Politricktians"and "Legislooters" who are busy looting the treasury dry and using one Nigeria manta as a big cover, while their people wallow in abject poverty.

It is time to call for total dissolution of the contraption and time to hold your leaders accountable, otherwise you will regret what is about to come.

(d) Britain is losing her prestige gradually because of her involvement in the Biafra genocide and she may finally abandon the caliphate because of their romance with China and will personally spear head the dissolution of their own creation so that China will not take her glory, as the creator of the contraption.

What then will be the hope of those who loot in the name of one Nigeria, those who claim that Bayelsa oil belongs to Jigawa? Time to reorganise yourself for a total dissolution of Nigeria is now as oil price fall internationally.

(e) The indices from our enemies have it that we are already 90% done with our restoration project.
Nigeria do not have any reputation left in the international Scene thanks to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for the expose of the British fraud called Nigeria.

By the time we match to our freedom our Elohim would have silenced our enemies like he is doing currently and just as he did in the days old, they will use their own mouth to beg Biafrans to leave their land. Go and write it down.

Nigeria has killed millions of people, including infants and children, just to maintain a false unity, with the help of Britain, the murdering Northern Islamic Nigeria agents, the Chameleon lying tongue Yoruba Media outfits and the criminal silent of greedy Britain and get allies in the west. The time for Nigeria demise is now.

Unlike before, many will not have the opportunity to leave the zoo, we shall all be here to dance "Surugede" the dance of the spirits, we shall all reap the fruit of our labour and in the end, Biafra will emerge as a great Nation and her glory will be felt again globally as in days of old

Written by:
Obi Emma
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV           

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV   
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