Saturday, 30 April 2016 14:11

Choose Islam or the Sword, Nigerians Are Told

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Listen up, lovers and haters of Nigeria and all those people awaiting the disintegration of my beloved nation in 2015. The Hausas-Fulanis have declared a Jihad on the peace-loving citizens of Nigeria. This is not a joke to crack in middle of the moon-lit night. It is not a piece of kola nut to be eaten with suya. It is a threat that must be taken seriously.  What does it all mean?

Yorubas,  Igbos, and the other Nigerian minority tribes  must begin to make sense of the difference between the forces of good and evil. Decoding requires recognizing the importance of blood to Hausa/Fulanis.  One who is afraid of blood has already died.  It is now time for action. Talk is cheap.

The Fulani brags he's beaten the Yoruba into submission; and he's sworn to take on the Igbos..The fates of Abacha and Yar'Adua  have not taught an evil doer a lesson so he dares and plots. However, we aren't afraid one bit. Who the hell are the British to sell Nigeria to the most unproductive bottom barrel in exchange for oil? There's a handwriting on the walls. Can you read the Hausa-Fulani terrorist threats? It is written clearly in black and white. The pen is the barrel of the gun , and the ink is blood. Read:

This is what the Hausas- Fulanis are saying, those whose religion is built upon the traitorous/treacherous foundation of enslavement, cold-blooded murder and abduction of innocent schoolgirls whose only crime was a desire for an education.  Cry, My Beloved Country!  Listen to the words of  Aliyu Gwarzo, National Security Advisor to ex-military dictator Sani Abacha:

The Nigerian Presidency is promised to the North, meaning the Hausa-Fulani core North.

No northern Christian or Muslim minority tribes shall rule, including the Berom, Tivs, Katafs, the Jaba, the Zuru, the Sayyawa, the Kanuri, the Nupe, the Igbira, the Barbur, the Shuwa Arabs, the Marghur, and all others.

Allah has given leadership in Nigeria to the Hausa-Fulani.

Nigerians who grumble, moan, and groan, and pray must realize  that "it is we the Fulani that they think of, that they fear, that they bow to and that they pray for."

"Nigerians are ready to give up their wives and daughters for one night of sport and pleasure...they owe us everything... this is because  we gave them Islam through the Great Jihad waged by Usman Dan Fodio."

We captured Ilorin, killed their local King and installed Fulani Emir.

We took ancient town from the barbarian Yorubas and their pagan gods.

We liberated all these places and people by imposing Islam by force.

It is either Koran  or the sword, and most of the people chose the Koran.

In return for the good works of our forefathers  Allah, through the British, gave Nigeria to the Hausa-Fulani to rule and do with as we please. Since 1960 we have been doing that and we intend to continue.

No President Goodluck or anyone will stop us from taking back power next year.

We will kill, maim, destroy, and turn this country into Africa's biggest war zone and refugee camp if Nigerians try it.

Hausas and Fulanis are behind Boko Haram.

We are without intellectual power; all we have is  only political power, yet they want to take even that from us.

We will fight to keep it.

They have brought infidels from America and pigs from Israel to help them but they will fail.

The war has just begun, the Mujahadeen are more than ready and by Allah we shall win.

It they don't want an ISIS in Nigeria, they must give us back the Presidency and our  political power.

Their soldiers are killing our warriors everyday but mark this: we will take our revenge even if it takes 100 years.

Every Fulani they kill is a debt that will be repaid even if it takes 100 years.

The Fulanis have long memories.

Arranged by Dr. James C. Agazie, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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James Agazie Ed D

A retired college Professor  with educational backgrounds in law (JD) education (Ed.D, MA) counseling,( MS) and and mathematics.  Write on topics dealing with Nigerian families, marriages, education, and employment.