Monday, 12 February 2018 07:00

Nigerians are fearful, egoistic cowards

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Ozodi Osuji

Nigerians, Africans are fearful folks; they are egos who want to live at all costs; they would do anything to live as egos including surviving as slaves.

They are afraid of taking up arms against their thuggish leaders, or even demonstrating for good governance. They figure that if they agitate for good governance that the thugs' goon squad would be stuck on them and shoot them to death so they tolerate their thievish leaders.

As egos they want you to respect them; they easily feel slighted, not acknowledged and will bear grudges and even kill you for not acknowledging their cowardly egos. They seek respect from you even though they do not deserve respect. They are proud nothings.

If I have a leadership position in Africa I would train all Africans, transform them into fearless persons. Ancient Sparta would be my model. These peoples fearfulness must be changed.

I have just made a stereotypical statement about Nigerians and Africans. What I said is largely true but still stereotypical because a few Africans probably are courageous people who would fight for social justice even if it means being killed in the process?

Many Igbos, as stupid as ever, instead of trying to see how I see them and Africans and ask if there is merit to my obvious negative perception of them will try to tell other Nigerians, Africans: "see how Ozodi sees you folks as cowards, as nothing." They will try to jinn up hatred of people for you if you dare speak the truth of their cowardice (while they pretend to be heroic warriors).

The relevant point here is that some Igbos always try to get people to hate the person they do not like instead of trying to make the changes he points out and asks them to make. They do not want to change their odious behaviors but want the rest of the world to change to accommodate them.

As we know, if you do not want to change and want other people to change while you retain your problematic behaviors even if they change you would not benefit from their change; you benefit from others behaviors if you change your negative behaviors.

In several essays, I pointed out that Africans are savages for selling their people to Arabs and white folks. It is a fact that they sold their people for monetary gain. They shouldn't have sold their people. But they did and feel ashamed of it or should but instead of owning up their criminal behavior they blame white folks for buying their people (they generally do not blame Arabs for Islam does not make Muslims feel guilty for their bad behaviors; it is Christianity that makes its adherents, white folks to feel guilty for their bad behaviors).

Africans do not feel guilty for their role in selling their people into slavery. Instead, they exploit white guilt over slavery. Africans have not stopped maltreating their people; their leaders steal most of the money they could have used to develop their countries and leave their people poor.

As we speak, Nigerians are kidnapping and holding their people hostage for monetary ransom; they have learned nothing from slavery; they do not govern Nigeria (Africa) right.

Given the poverty in Africa, Africans are trying to get to Europe in rickety boats and are drowning in the Mediterranean Sea. But do their leaders care about the humiliating death of their people?

If truth is said, most Africans would like to come to the West (Europe and North America) to secure menial jobs.  They want to live the good life and feel secure and protected by the white man's laws. In their African countries they would not do what they have to do to give their people jobs and social security.

The mere fact that they come to the West as economic refugees tells you all you want to know about them: they cannot govern themselves right! This is despite their empty claim to be responsible for Egyptian, Greek, Roman and everything good in human civilizations.

Let me repeat my perception and if you do not like it you correct me or go jump into the ocean and drown yourself: Many Igbos and Africans are contemptible and despicable; all they do is steal money and with which they masquerade around as African big men but beyond that they do not care for the good of the collectivity; in my opinion, as they currently are they are garbage.  They need to change if they are to become human beings.

Thinking Africans know that I state the truth of their incredible past and present behaviors. Africans are always selling their people, and not caring for their people.

Igbos like the apes called Daniel Akusobi and Nebu Adiele try to jinn up hatred for me for speaking the truth; apparently, they expect me to join them in their lying lifestyle.

I do not forgive evil souls; those two criminals therefore will, in one form or another, be punished; they need to learn to live the truth instead of trying to get people to embrace their lies.

Post Script:

Here is Aristotelian syllogism:

All Nigerians are cowards (major premise)

Ozodi is a Nigerian (minor premise)

Ozodi is a coward (conclusion).

This is proper syllogism. However, Ozodi acknowledges his cowardliness and tries to change it; most Nigerians and Africans, on the other hand, deny that they are cowards, hide it and project it outwards and see other people as cowards. In the meantime, they live cowardly and despicable lives, such as tolerating the rule of thieves in their countries.

Ozodi Osuji

February 10, 2018

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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: (907) 310-8176