Monday, 1 December 2014

FWD: Genocidist commander Yakubu Gowon attacks US for not arming Nigeria during Igbo genocide, Sunday Punch, Lagos, Sunday 30 November 2014

(In the Punch interview, Yakubu Gowon states, “[I]f the US was truly a diplomatic friend to Nigeria, it should do everything possible to keep the corporate existence of Nigeria”.)

Extraordinary! Gowon can’t really be missing this, which the world knows is his: “[C]orporate existence of [génocidaires]”! Whoever wants to be associated with Genocigeria or Crimeigeria not to mention being part of this quagmire of evil?

(Booker Little Sextet, “Man of words” [personnel: Little, trumpet; Julian Priester, trombone; Eric Dolphy, alto saxophone; Don Friedman, piano; Art Davis, bass; Max Roach, drums; recorded: Nola’s Penthouse Studios, New York, 17 March 1961])
The Igbo genocide, 29 May 1966-12 January 1970, perpetrated by Nigeria and its allies, is the foundational genocide of post-(European)conquest Africa. 3.1 million Igbo people or one-quarter of this nation’s population were murdered during these phases I-III of the crime. Nigeria launched phase-IV of the genocide on 13 January 1970 and it is continuing...

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