The Qatar spat exposes Britain’s game of thrones in the Gulf and Nigeria

The Qatar spat exposes Britain’s game of thrones in the Gulf and Nigeria

Great. Just what we need. Our self-styled key ally in the so-called war on terror – Saudi Arabia – just closed the airspace, land and sea borders with our other ally, Qatar, accusing it of supporting Isis. What’s that about? Well, like almost everything in the region, it is about the strategic duplicity of the West, exacerbated by the childlike idiocy of the US president. Does it matter for Brits – other than those stuck…

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Biafra – finalising the orchestration of the victory symphony

Biafra – finalising the orchestration of the victory symphony

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe FEW NOW FAIL to observe the unassailable ascent of the Biafra freedom movement. The convulsive desperation being exhibited by the British chief representative to genocidist Nigeria presently in speech after speech in this “country” of Britain’s denouncing Igbo/other African peoples’ rights to self-determination speaks volumes of British acknowledgement, however belated, 51 years later, that neither it nor its client co-genocidist state Nigeria can stop the triumph of Biafra freedom. No one else can….

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Germany to recognise Herero genocide and apologise to Namibia, Britain has no excuse on Biafra

Germany to recognise Herero genocide and apologise to Namibia, Britain has no excuse on Biafra

Germany to recognise the 1904-1908 genocide of Herero and Nama peoples; Britain can no longer continue to delay its own formal recognition of the central role it played with its Nigeria client state in perpetrating the Igbo genocide, the foundational genocide of post-(European)conquest Africa, 29 May 1966-12 January 1970, during which these dual genocidists of the age murdered 3.1 million Igbo people or one-quarter of this nation’s population Germany is to recognise as genocide the…

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If the UK had a ‘National Sorry Day’ like Australia, this is what we would apologise for #Biafra

If the UK had a ‘National Sorry Day’ like Australia, this is what we would apologise for #Biafra

Australia celebrates ‘National Sorry Day’ on the 26th May. By coincidence, it’s also when the South American nation of Guyana celebrate their independence from British colonial rule   The 26th May is not a noteworthy date in Britain. But Down Under, it is when Australians remember the mistreatment of their country’s indigenous people on National Sorry Day. By coincidence, it’s also when the South American nation of Guyana celebrate their independence from British colonial rule in…

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