Thursday, March 02, 2006

Between Racism and Terrorism

I have been reviewing the genesis of the crisis befalling us as I was reading the Washington Post on the laudable and remarkable character of my people in the Niger Delta as our militant human rights activists freed six of their foreign hostages without beheading anyone of them and without any world premiere of their video on Al Jazeera or whatever they call their own "CNN". Why are we so humane and these racists and the terrorists in the West and East are so inhuman? Oh, God! Save us from these devils on rampage on earth.

Africans now bear the pains of two great evils of Man's inhumanity to Man.
Racism and Terrorism.
Between the devil and the deep blue sea.
Between the racist schizo and the terrorist psycho.
And both of them are actually paranoid.

From the Trans Sahara Slave Trade to the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade, these two devils have tortured and murdered countless millions of Africans from the Gulf of Guinea to the River Nile.

The reign of racism in their imperialism and colonialism and the reign of terrorism in their "jihadism" have done more damages to humankind than all the natural disasters in human history. And these devils came in the masquerade of their fake religions. Hypocrisy and heresy. The Antichrists!

One of the devils is a racist and the other is a terrorist.
And both of them are equally guilty of the worst crimes against humanity.

Dear fellow Africans and other innocent citizens of the world, let the racist and terrorist repent or perish in their paranoia.

They commit more suicide and are more addicted to drugs and are more prone to bloody crimes. They have manufactured more weapons of mass destructions and have been spreading their WMDs to us who have been regarded as the happiest people in the world.


suspicious of others until they have proven themselves trustworthy, more doubt than belief, preoccuppied with death and suffering, fears being harmed or controlled, bitter, looks for hidden meaning in things, personality is centered around low self esteem issues, feels misunderstood, thinks people would not like them if they really knew them, defensive, often experiences disgust, love-hate relationships with most things, likes to test people's loyalty, thinks life is overrated, focuses on suffering, feels like an outsider, existentially depressed, does not trust what people say, prone to shame, suffers from depression, knows the dark side of life very well, attracted to things associated with sadness, would rather remain alone than risk rejection, hard to get to know, makes enemies, loner

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