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September 16 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

One of those responses...

You are already taking a prejudiced pessimistic position, and yet hoping to be educated. With the position you have already taken, what on earth can any person tell you that you won't see as insult, or the person speaking out of ignorance?

If you want to learn, you must be ready to come with a mind of neutrality, and after various views must have been presented, you synthesize them, and conduct your own personal analysis, so as to be able to draw an objective conclusion.

On my part personally, I don't strive to convince anybody. I aim at presenting the facts to you, leaving you to draw the conclusion yourself.

For instance, on this issue of Biafra, or even Igboland being landlocked, I often ask those that have been fixated on that mischievous diversionary doctrine, whether being landlocked or otherwise is the key to economic success. Many countries in the world which do not have any access to the sea (I hope that this is what you mean by being landlocked), are some of the best economies in the world. Rwanda is a case in point.

Furthermore, the last time I checked, many water bodies, including river Niger, Oguta Lake, etc empty themselves into the ocean (I hope you know the meaning and implication of this fact).

Now, where does Igboland begin and end? I hope you know that there is Igboland in what is known today as Benue and Kogi states? I also hope you know that more than 50% of what is known today as South-South (a malevolent, mischievous, derogatory, and diversionary name) is Igboland, despite all the British manipulation, through their Fulani proxy.

I think that a sincere objective answer, especially when you try to find out the answer from Google, will settle your mind permanently.

Don't forget that the Iduu land, (Edo), which some Emekas, Chinwendus, Ngozis, Ifeanyis, etc, from the coastal regions of Igboland are saying that they came from, are themselves saying that they are Igbo.

Don’t also forget that the Willink Commission was set up in the east, where there are only slight dialectal variations among culturally and traditionally homogeneous people. But there was no Willink Commission in the north nor in the west where there are distinct and incompatible people, who differ even in physical appearance, (except the graveyard silence that was enforced by the exploitative and parasitic Britain).

You may want to confirm this by placing a Kanuri, Shuwa Arab, Fulani, Hausa, Nupe, Gwari, Ebira, Jukun, Berom, side by side. You can tell who is who, if you are familiar with the terrain. Can you distinguish one Biafran of any dialectal inclination from the other, by mere appearance?

All this was to entrench the divide and rule strategy, with its attendant identity crisis, which many people, including some of the those on this thread, are suffering from.

What is wrong in being a state within a state? If any person is subtly expressing his morbid fear, and transferring the incidence of his fear to you, by telling you of "a state within a state", tell the person that as long as you have your boundaries spelt out, and your autonomy, you can take care of the rest, including your defense (which usually is the hinge of their blackmail). Even if you are "landlocked", you are not "airlocked". OK?




Written by:
Okwunna Okongwu
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
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