Friday, November 14, 2014

New World Order bares fang at Nigeria: No gay rights, No arms deal

Governments of Western Nations, under the directives of the master-puppeteers behind the New World Order (NWO), are pushing aside petty pretentions that they love or care for Nigeria’s peace and prosperity.  With all the menace and havoc of Boko Haram, gleefully magnified by Western press and their local wings, one would think anyone who claims to be a friend will at least make some moves to offer some succor and support.

Not our western allies.

Apart from all the politically-measured rhetoric on the airwaves, no solid support is evident.  According to a report in the Guardian newspaper, “all Nigeria has gotten from Western allies are mere public support and lectures to Nigerian military and security agents on how to respect human rights.” A military spokesperson on TV went on to acknowledge that the United States indeed sent some dozen old military trucks left over from their Iraqi campaign!  More recently, the Nigeria’s Ambassador to the United States came out documenting very clearly, America’s active non-support (short of sabotaging) of Nigeria’s war efforts against Boko Haram insurgency. See speech on the Nigeria Embassy website here 

Not that Nigeria is begging for arms donation.  No, we wish to buy arms at their market value and consequently even help the allies’ economy.  But Obama’s America has other priorities and values!  By wickedly manipulating extant laws in the US that discourage arms sales to governments with verifiable poor human rights records, (to prevent despots from turning US-supplied arms against their own people), Obama has consistently frustrated Nigeria’s efforts to obtain some real modern military hardware that could deliver needed bite and easily turn the tide in Nigeria’s on-going battle against the politically-driven insurgency, designed to make the Nation ungovernable.

Could it be that the Americans are genuinely confused about the professionalism and competence of Nigeria’s military?  Are they really fooled by Boko Haram operatives committing some of their horrendous evil acts, dressed as Nigeria’s soldiers, while cameramen and professional film directors of foreign press are at hand making graphic recordings?  Is America unaware that some of those recordings have been proven to be stage-managed; and even retracted by their fauxtographers? Is America indeed truly blind to the clear trend, that Boko Haram’s  most horrendous attacks always happen when Jonathan is about making some major political moves – with the opposition party hammering the president as ‘insensitive’, when he refuses to shelve his plans in the face of such wicked,  inhuman carnage?  The Americans might as well convince themselves that they are withholding critically needed support from Nigeria, constrained by some altruistic values, but no one else is so deceived.  

But for those who truly wonder why the US should be embarking on her present course of action, we say it’s even more than Uncle Sam’s smarting from the fact that Nigeria has a capable military that has consistently rebuffed America’s efforts to come take over the country  - for example as in her bid to establish the so-called Africa Command base in Nigeria.  The core of the matter is a far more simple and straightforward issue, and it is based on Mr Obama’s demonstrated personal priorities and values.  As we have pointed out over and over, to Mr Barak Hussein Obama, ‘human rights’ is just a synonym for ’gay rights.’

All this is open knowledge .  In 2011 Forbes had reported: “The U.S government also announced that the fight against gay and lesbian discrimination would be a central point of its foreign policy, and transgressing nations like Nigeria could be denied aid.”  More recently in June this year, Aljazeera reported that the United States has re-directed financial aids meant for Uganda elsewhere, as well as cancelled sponsored military exercise with that country - all primarily to “reinforce” support for human rights for Ugandans regardless of sexual orientation. 

Mr Obama’s position is therefore very clear: if Nigerians insist that homosexual marriages are not to be celebrated on their shores, then they should be ready to continue to grasp with their insurgency palavers! Such is the centrality of the new sexuality to the agenda of the New World Order personnel like Mr Obama!

A frustrated Goodluck Jonathan (ironically accused by the same political sponsors of Boko Haram as not doing enough to fight insurgency) is now seriously contemplating the major diplomatic move of looking East, to perhaps Russia, for much needed attack helicopters that can end the Boko Haram menace in just weeks.  Such a re-alignment would however throw Nigeria  at the wrong side of the Israel-Iran conflict.  Apart from terrorist organizations like Hamas, Iran is the one nation-state that has repeatedly voiced her total commitment to the mission of wiping Israel “off the map” – at whatever cost. And Russia is Iran’s number 1 ally; like the US was to Israel before the emergence of Barak H. Obama.  President Jonathan clearly is in dire needs of our prayers!

Not only will the US not sell military hardware to her ‘friend’ Nigeria in the time of dire need, she will not also allow others under her influence so to do.  The US Ambassador, still singing the “poor human rights” song, all but admitted that his country was the force behind Nigeria’s recent travails in the hand of South Africa.  Suddenly, what the likes of Henry Okah and other arms dealers (both state and private agencies – not to talk of Boko Haram) routinely do - get arms from the open ‘black market’ - became a herculean task for our secret service agencies.  First, the attempt to courier raw $9.3 million cash to South Africa to procure the cobra helicopters were sabotaged, (with the cash seized, and the respected Pastor Ayo Oritsajefor wickedly brought into the fray).  And then the other formal deal of $5.7 million between a Nigerian company and a South African company was similarly frustrated!  All because America is not pleased with our “human rights” records.

For all of the new level of cooperation between Nigeria and Israel, that country dares not sell or bring in any of the choppers, lest she invokes the wrath of an Obama administration that is already desperately looking for a way to roast her!

To add insult to injury, the American Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, sanctimoniously advised us to go sit down and reach a deal with Boko Haram. As if the US would so sit and talk with Al Qaeda or ISIS.

For those who doubt this claim that “gay right” is the heart of the current matter, they can find out if the US voiced any opinion when the terrorist organization Hamas lined up over a dozen men and summarily shot them on the streets of Gaza on the allegation that they must have provided information to Israel leading to the killing of three of Hamas commanders.  Thankfully, those three deaths, and not those of the over 2,000 of ordinary Palestinians used as human shield, compelled Hamas to quickly sheath its sword and end the bombing campaign on Israeli cities in their recent 50-day war.

What’s the bottomline? It is now open knowledge that the disciples of the new world order (the power behind most governments in the western nations) put far more premium on their debauch ideologies than the lives of some folks in some African village. The zeal with which ideas such as homosexuality, inter-faithism, secular humanism, evolution theory, senseless health and environmental policies, etc, all meant to prepare the way for the emergence of the antichrist, are being rammed down the throat of the world is quite indicative of how close to the edge of time, this side of the Rapture, we must be.  He who has ears to hear, let him hear!

Thursday, November 13, 2014


 Extracts from Ambassador Ade Adefuye's presentation (10th November, 2014) on America's refusal to cooperate with Nigeria on Boko Haram.  (See full statement on Nigeria's official website here:,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=357&cntnt01origid=15&cntnt01detailtemplate=nigeriadet&cntnt01returnid=108

11.   Ladies and Gentlemen of the Council on Foreign Relations, I am sad to inform you that the Nigerian leadership: Military and Political, and even the general populace, are not satisfied with the scope, nature and content of the United States’ support for us in our struggle against terrorists. We find it difficult to understand how and why in spite of the U.S. presence in Nigeria with their sophisticated military technology. Boko Haram should be expanding and becoming more deadly. At first, we had problems with the manner in which intelligence was being shared. The U.S. Government claims that the problem has been addressed, but it is still there. The U.S. Government has up till today refused to grant Nigeria’s request to purchase lethal equipment that would have brought down the terrorists within a short time on the basis of the allegations that Nigeria’s defence forces have been violating human rights of Boko Haram suspects when captured or arrested. This is based largely on reports submitted by human rights groups and sections of the Nigerian media that have sympathy for the opposition parties and are prepared to use whatever means possible to embarrass the government of President Goodluck Jonathan. The Americans claim that Leahy law forbids the sale of lethal equipment to governments that violate human rights.

13.  I say with all sense of responsibility that allegations of human right violation are based on rumours, hear-says and exaggerated accounts of clashes between the Nigerian forces and Boko Haram fighters. There was a case of an incident in Baga in 2013 when human rights groups and the opposition press said that, based on pictures taken from satellite, over one thousand six hundred houses were destroyed in a village that has less than 600 houses.

14.  There have been video reports of human rights violations involving attacks on women and children purported to have been carried out by Nigerian soldiers in Boko Haram affected areas. We pointed out to our American friends that those activities were carried out by Boko Haram members wearing stolen Nigerian army uniforms. Disguise and subterfuge are standard practices of insurgent groups. The Chibok abduction of our school girls by Boko Haram succeeded because the girls thought that they were being carried to safety by soldiers of the Nigerian army.

Read the entire statement here: