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  • Justice Binta Nyako is the Poster Girl for All that is Wrong with Nigerian Justice System
    With the likes of Binta Nyako as judges in the Nigerian justice system it is impossible to reform the delivery of justice to Nigerians. Justice Nyako’s is so ignorant of the meaning of justice that one wonders how she obtained her law degree and how she managed to be called…
  • President Donald Trump’s Dangerous Politics
    The President of United States is in a class all by himself because a lot of world peace depends on him. It follows that in anything the president says or does domestically or internationally must be very measured. No national leader takes the actions or words of a US President…
  • Women need to be loved
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    WOMEN NEED TO BE LOVED AND ADMIRED OR THEY BECOME SICK Ozodi Osuji What I am going to say may smack of stereotyping women. May be so; maybe not. I am known for stating how I see things without varnishing my perception or trying to say only what would please…
  • My gratitude to the law of one and a course in miracles
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    A few weeks ago, while at Barnes and Nobles bookstore, I stumbled onto a five books series called "The Law of One", by Ra. I bought them. I was not really expecting to read an earth shattering material; the title seemed like something I could kill time with. As I…
  • Donald Trump is Richard Nixon on Steroid but a far cry from JFK or FDR.
    Donald Trump is Richard Nixon on Steroid but a far cry from JFK or FDR. A good psychoanalyst and a mind reader like Professor Ozodi Osuji, a Nigerian American who lives in Alaska and has become the most popular columnist of Chatafrik by the consensus of readers would tell you that Donald Trump would have wished to be elected President of the United States at…
  • The Igbos Are Gods
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    The Igbos Are Gods Some say the Igbos are paranoid, meaning the Igbos imagine things that are not really there. Others say the Igbos are arrogant, suspicious, fearful, mistrustful, obsessed with money, or have unreasonable business practices. Our observation is overwhelmingly significant. The Igbos have to be gods. Though no Igbo has been elected…
  • Extant societies protect unnatural human behaviors
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    America, The West And All Extant Human Societies Protect Unnatural Human Behaviors Ozodi Thomas Osuji You probably have noticed that Americans, white and black, are operating in an artificially constructed society of capitalism, free enterprise and phony democracy; in it are laws that give people room to operate within the…

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  • God and the self-concept
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    Many smart persons appraise the Christian and or Muslim conceptions of God and deem them too infantile to be bothered with and declare themselves atheists or agnostics. What these people do not realize is that it is us, human beings who define what God means to us. If how the…
  • The Igbos Are Gods
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    The Igbos Are Gods Some say the Igbos are paranoid, meaning the Igbos imagine things that are not really there. Others say the Igbos are arrogant, suspicious, fearful, mistrustful, obsessed with money, or have unreasonable business practices. Our observation is overwhelmingly significant. The Igbos have to be gods. Though no Igbo has been elected…
  • Does meditation lead to changed perception and knowledge?
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    I do not know about other persons but I know about me. From my earliest memory (age five) my mind was always thinking (brooding) about one thing or another. I do not recall ever having a mind with no ideas and concepts in it. If I see something I think…
  • My gratitude to the law of one and a course in miracles
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    A few weeks ago, while at Barnes and Nobles bookstore, I stumbled onto a five books series called "The Law of One", by Ra. I bought them. I was not really expecting to read an earth shattering material; the title seemed like something I could kill time with. As I…

Book Review

  • African Roar 2011: African Writers Whimpering
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    African Roar 2011: African Writers Whimpering Adunni, my iPad just bought me African Roar 2011, an anthology of stories written by fifteen African writers, and edited by Emmanuel Sigauke and Ivor Hartmann. I don’t think Adunni wasted our precious money but I expected more; I hope…

Book Club

  • The Voyage of the Beagle : by Charles Darwin
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    The Voyage of the Beagle : by Charles Darwin In 1831, Charles Darwin embarked on an expedition that, in his own words, determined my whole career. The Voyage of the Beagle chronicles his five-year journey around the world and especially the coastal waters of South America as a naturalist…