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France And British Foreign Policy Thrust: Focus On The Rich Natural Resources Of The Indigenous Africans

France And British  Foreign Policy Thrust: Focus On The Rich Natural Resources Of The Indigenous Africans Tucker Carlson, a reknowned person...

France And British  Foreign Policy Thrust: Focus On The Rich Natural Resources Of The Indigenous Africans

Tucker Carlson, a reknowned personality in Fox News Channel, is not a demagogue. He is a seasoned journalist that delves into details to unravel the truth of a matter like an investigative journalist. His dogged stubbornness to seek out the truth has singled him out as a target for the left-wing mob that see themselves as the modern day ‘truth gatekeepers.’ This is evident in the attack unleashed on him by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Jonathan Greenblatt. This is an organization set up to fight defamation but regrettably, just like every other thing in this biased world, does operate in irony.

The behaviour of the Chief Executive Officer of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), can be clearly perceived as a racial political pattern of the left-wing activists intended to engender division for cheap political score. For a gullible, unsuspecting person, it would seem that the ADL National Director means well but a keen observer would see the hypocrisy buried within. A deception that was quickly pointed out by Mr. Tucker who directed viewers to ADL’s website where one can clearly see that Mr. Greenblatt recommended the same opinion expressed by Tucker to the State of Israel. The shock is not the support for Israel (that is the National Security step that a sovereign nation should take), but the doublespeak which has become unfortunately, the attitude of left-wing actors pushing the narrative for political gains.

One may be surprised to question the reason therefore, behind this Biafran writer that is enmeshed in American politics. A simple explanation suffices. The United States of America has been and is still the custodian of modern democracy. For every political input, there is a universal output and the outcome is always disastrous for third world countries especially in Africa where the input is intended to grow oppressively.
Therefore, when political operatives are pushing unpopular policies cloaked in patriotism via the adoption of undemocratic means or without bi-partisanship, they should not be celebrated. This change always produces one result which is big government and enormous power control. There is a link between the clamour for the abolishment of the second amendment (which is the ability of the indigenous people to protect and defend themselves), criminalization of protests (rightful demand for a change of government by requesting resignation or through a ballot), open border (influx of foreigners to alienate voting power) and so on.

There seems to be a direct relationship between what is playing out in the United States', the British or France's script in Africa especially against Biafra and Ambazonia. While in the case of America, the advocates are using it to drastically change the country as we know it, thereby entrenching government control or whatever else it is that they are pursuing. This method has been used to hold the indigenous people down.

The Fulanis for instance, got into Nigeria by Jihadi conquest and this should be said without mincing words, fear or favour. Another way of stating the above is that the Fulanis and the British have the same trajectory – conquest and colonization, except that the Fulanis are executing theirs poorly through open barbarism and unprofessionalism. There is a connection between how a Fulan iman like Tafawa Balewa, became the Prime Minister of an independent Nigeria and the desire of Britain to be an indirect ruler of the indigenous population. In other words, both are notorious for imposing authority, grabbing political power, confiscating economic activities and suppressing religious right and freedom. This is an alliance that obviously produced a master and first-class slave.

Professor Chinualumogu Albert Achebe, the legend, in his book titled: “There was a country”, explained that Nigeria was the only British colony that had a British Governor-General, Sir James Robertson, on the eve of the handover and beyond. Through a courageous English junior civil servant called Harold Smith, we now know the ignoble role Robertson played in rigging the first Parliamentary Election and National Census.

There is no need pretending that the Fulanis had the sophistication to carry out the anti-Biafran campaign of the post-January 15, 1966 coup. Neither were they capable of winning a war against Biafra nor implementing the anti-people policies of the post Biafra war era. It is crystally clear who has the hand of Esau but the voice of Jacob in the whole saga. 

The Fulanis appear to be in a race against time and have escalated, with the help of their slavemaster of course, the replacement policy of the Aso Rock cabals vis-à-vis:

* Open Border

As the Covid-19 pandemic raged on and while the Southern borders were closed, the Northern borders were open to aliens from Niger Republic, Chad, Sene-gambia, Mali, Mauritania, to mention but a few, to migrate into the country in droves. This caravan of terrorists, kidnappers, killers and "God-knows-what", will essentially replace the indigenous population in the Northern region sooner or later, thereby muzzling their voting power or disenfranchising them completely.

* National Identity Registration (NIN)

This policy is well intended to achieve two things.  Firstly, it is to capture the illegal immigrants flooding into Northern Nigeria, not captured through bank verification  numbers (BVN), and then turn them into Nigerian citizens, such citizens that will guarantee a definite outcome of an assignment. Secondly, it is to give terrorists heads-up on the movement of a person or group of persons in a community or within an ethnic group. Doubts about this reason have been bursted by the recent disclosure by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), that the Nigerian Minister of Communication, Mr. Pantami, has a link to terrorist groups.

* Abolishment Of Arms Possession

It is shocking as the Fulanis are the only people allowed to carry AK47 rifles in the full glare of security operatives and kill others at will with impunity. Communities have been sacked and thousands killed without a single prosecution of the perpetrators with incriminating evidences. This is especially evidenced in the way that indigenous farmers have been slaughtered throughout the length and breadth of Nigeria. Kidnappings and ransom payments have skyrocketed even with the government not excluded.

* Criminalization Of Protests 

It was a harrowing experience to note the way protesters were brutalized, maimed and killed across Nigeria, during the ENDSARS protest. What was clearly a legitimate and constitutional right was criminalized and many were gruesomely killed while criminals are till date, walking free untouched.

With the foregoing, not regarding the fact that the Fulanis control the three arms of government (executive, legislature and judiciary), inclusive of major institutional positions, the endgame is pointedly obvious. They have free access to oil and gas in exchange for a guarantee of the position of perfect house-niggers for foreign Fulanis. This foreign policy thrust of Britain and France has gravely led to the death of over five (5) million people in an avoidable war  that raged between 1967-1970. Today, another war has emerged in the lands of Biafra and Ambazonia against the perpetual land grabbers with these European countries playing  determinant roles.

Now is time for the good people of Britain and France to prevail on their governments to desist from their obnoxious ‘replacement’ foreign policies and set the indigenous people free for good. This clarion call is imperative so as to stop another wanton destruction of lives and properties. The unanimous resolve of the people today is: "we either get our freedom or we all perish fighting for it". 

Written by Chibueze Daniel

Edited by Chukwuemeka Okechukwu

For Family Writers Press International

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