Monday, 27 November 2017 21:10

Talk and do something about Arabs enslaving Africans in Libya

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Ozodi Osuji

In the news is the outrage that in today's Libya Arabs are selling off Nigerians and other Africans; they sell them for $400 per person. That is, slavery is now going on in Libya.

The enslavement of Africans in Arabia began around 700 AD; Arabs enslaved Africans until the nineteenth century when Europeans, especially the British fought them to stop slavery (see Thomas Pakenham, The Scramble for Africa).

Last week, the British Government demanded to know from the Libyan government if it is true that slavery is going on in the country.

The Secretary General of the United Nations, a Portuguese is decrying the slavery going on in Libya. To date the Nigerian government and most African governments have not said a word about the enslavement of Africans, mostly Nigerians, Malians and Senegalese in Libya.

The rulers of the empire of thieves are too busy stealing her people's moneys to concern themselves with how their fellow Africans are treated by Arabs.

I can accept that reality, for in my opinion, the rulers of Nigeria are thugs. What I cannot tolerate is to see a bunch of Nigerians living in the USA not talking and or doing something about the enslavement of Africans in Libya and, instead, talk about two Igbo thieves, Adiele and Chukwuma.

They have been talking about these two sociopaths and psychopaths for over a week now. Why not stop giving attention to these two criminals and instead talk about how Arabs are treating Africans?

Are Nigerians waiting for the British to go fight Arabs and stop slavery for them, as they did to stop slavery in Nigeria? The British actually colonized Nigeria and African countries to stop Africans from enslaving themselves.

In the lower Niger, the British had to come up with replacement goods for export, such as palm oil, palm kernel and coco and coffee to finally get the idiot Nigerian people to stop selling their people. Indeed the British deported Africans who insisted on the slave trade to the Caribbean, such as Jaja of Opobo

So, are you folks waiting for the British to, again, come fight for your freedom while all you know how to do is call Nigeria Lugard's cage and talk as if you are ready to run a modern country.

Remove the white man from Africa and contemporary Africa reverts to primitive society; Igbos would gladly be capturing their people and marching them to Libya and selling them so as to have money with which they buy Ozo titles and use them to pretend to be very important piece of shits.

Listen, folks, I am seriously annoyed at having my mail box inundated by talk about two useless Igbo criminals instead of talk about important issues such as freaking Arabs enslavement of Africans.

I have tried my best to have my mail box removed from these idiot mails from reaching me; they do not reach my yahoo mail but still reach my Gmail. Please remove my name from your private egroups; I do not want to be reading your idiot talk on irrelevant subjects instead of the African condition.

In our world we are seen as inferior persons and treated as such; instead of doing something about it we make noise as if we are seen as human beings.

(Next month I will be in London; as usual, I will be asked annoying questions by British immigration but my fellow white Americans would not be asked such irritating questions. This tells me that I am a black man hence treated as nothing. Oh, in London, I will go to Nnamdi Kanu's studio apartment at   southeast London. I want to know why he, like the big, fat coward, Ojukwu  fled from the kids he gave the false impression that Biafra is possible; and why he stole the $33 million dollars naïve Igbos contributed to the Biafra course; must Igbos always turn into thieves when they see the color of  money?)

Ozodi Osuji

November 27, 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: (907) 310-8176