(Harold Wilson: easily decipherable DNA signature...“[I] would accept half a million dead Biafrans if that was what it took...”)Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe
THROUGHOUT the stretch of these pulverising five decades of slaughtering 3.1 million and tens of thousands more Igbo people in this genocide, this foundational genocide of post-(European)conquest Africa, the only tangible capability that the nigerianá murderers and their British suzerain-state ally have acquired is one to commit even more murders – nothing else … definitely, not the more challenging capacity to develop and transform their human potential and economy and, in turn, attract and merit the accolades and recognition from peers and others elsewhere in the world.
ALAS, murders and murdering and murders constitute genocidist nigerianá’s easily decipherable DNA signature as duly ascribed by Harold Wilson’s 1968 monstrous Igbo death edict. Dreadful legacy.
(George Russell Sextet, “Nardis” [personnel: Russell, piano; Don Ellis, trumpet; Dave Baker, trombone; Eric Dolphy, bass clarinet; Steve Swallow, bass; Joe Hunt, drums; recorded: Riverside Records, New York, US, 8 May 1961])