Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:14

Sequel to Igbos wish for death

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Ozodi Osuji

With this piece I end my preoccupation with Igbos apparent insensitivity to how they relate to other Nigerians. I do not ever want to hear an Igbo coward that hides in the Diaspora, in America and from there dishes out streams of verbal abuses towards Nigerians. Such Igbo cowards are unaware that their abusive talks have consequences for unfortunate Igbos trying to make a living in Northern Nigeria. If Igbos in the safety of North America abuse Hausas they make it likely for Hausas to machete Igbos to death in Hausa land.

The individual's private behavior has public consequences for him and for other people.  The sins of fathers are visited on their offspring to the tenth generation, the good book says.

The lesson is for no Igbo at Nigerian Internet forums to ever open his cowardly, filthy mouth and insult Nigerians, for doing so makes it possible for poor Igbos in Nigeria to be killed.

If you desire Biafra, man up and go form a military and fight the Nigerian state for your wishes but do not stay in the safety of the white man's land, where you probably kiss his ass for you know that if you speak up he would clamp your cowardly nigger ass into jail, and from there rain verbal abuses on Nigerians.

I have given you all the information you need to have to stop your childish verbal abuses of Nigerians, so, now, stop insulting Nigerians.

Only cowards insult their fellow human beings; courageous persons appreciate human suffering and low self-esteem and do their bit to improve human beings self-esteems and general welfare. Let me never hear Igbos degrading their fellow human beings called Nigerians.  Please remember that...


Some human beings are really, really daft; they hear old adages and kind of think that those do not apply to them and thus they do what they are not supposed to do and the old adages work on them.

Jesus said: do unto other people as you want them to do to you. In that light, human beings understand that if you want to be respected you respect other people; if you want to be loved you love other people.

Conversely, if you want to be disrespected you disrespect people and if you do not want to be loved you do not love other people.  If you want to be degraded you degrade people. You are done to as you do to other people.

Igbos come to the public square and the only thing they know how to do is degrade people; they insult people right, left and center; it is as if no mothers brought them up right; it is as if they are wild people without any civilized human training. Nobody schooled them on proper social behavior; they do what human beings are not supposed to do and do it with impunity, as if they are immune from the laws that human beings live under.

They insult people and they are insulted by people; they disrespect people and the entire world disrespects them.

They make up elaborate lies about people just so they satisfy their neurotic minds wish to falsely feel superior to them.  Alas, as they do to people is done to them. Thus, everywhere they are treated as liars; disrespected, for human beings do not respect liars. Human beings respect truth tellers. (Some deluded Igbos like Nebuchadnezzar Adiele are so lost that they struggle to make a truth teller seem to be telling lies; they are truly gone; they are beyond remediation!)

Like fools they do not see that people disrespect them and like psychotics they do not see reality as it is and, instead, they go about thinking that the universe makes an exception for them and not treat them as it treats evil persons. But, alas, the universe treats them as it treats all people.

Igbos disrespect Nigerians and Nigerians disrespect them. Igbos see Nigerians as inferior and Nigerians see them as inferior persons (but in their delusion they imagine that Nigerians see them as superior persons).

Igbos come to the USA and all they know how to do is cheat and steal from Americans and now Americans know them as thieves and have no regard for them but instead of realizing how they are perceived they think that Americans have positive perception of them (if you have an Igbo name and apply for a job in the USA the chances are that they would not hire you, for they suspect that you are going to steal from their business, cook the books and pretend to be an angel).

Soon, Donald Trump and his take back Americans will start kicking those transforming their country to lawless land, Igbos out of the USA. Soon, the USA will stop giving these criminals Visas to come here and jailing them massively the moment they steal even if they have green cards (green cards that they obtained by using black American women; they are so amoral that they use people to get whatever they want but do not care about morality; these amoral people are being punished big time by the universe but they do not know it!)

These people never have it in them to do only good to people; apparently, in their minds serving social interests is not part of their lives; only doing evil is in their minds; they are truly an evil people.

Their land is the land of evil people where they steal from each other and kidnap each other and hold their victims' hostage until ransom money is paid to them before releasing or killing them.

And what do they do with the money they steal? They drink and eat themselves to early death!

In their delusion they think that if they were to obtain their Eldorado, Biafra, that it would become heaven; no, people take their past pattern of behaviors to the present and future; thus, they would make their Biafra hell on earth where folks literally kill each other for sport. Hello Somalia and South Sudan!

Ozodi Osuji

January 31, 2017


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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: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176