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Sunday, 7 June 2020

Do Africans love children or it's just a mistake?



Other continents laugh at Africa because of our population (1.216 billion). Even though China has more people than Africa, it is not a cause of dispute. Certain people believe this is a form of discrimination but that is a matter for another day.

I dwell in Africa (Nigeria to be precise) and I have noted a simple fact: Nigerians are have no keen interest in children. Their hunger lies in the act that brings the children (sex).

How many young adults rejoice when their girlfriend break the news of the pregnacy to them? How many of these maidens rejoice when the pregnancy test comes positive?

So many rejected my proposal in my previous articles about virginity and anal sex. It will be a shame if any of my readers fall prey to unwanted pregnancy.

It should not be taken for granted that life changes in all aspects when a woman conceives of an unwanted foetus. A lady I know had to stop her tertiary education because of an unwanted child. The child is one year old but the mother has not returned to school. All her dreams in life have been shattered by a sperm cell. Taking care of the child drains all her energy and she can no longer carry out her high goals.

This should be seen as what it is without cause to excuse ourselves. Tell the young lady to her face how much she has failed herself. People claiming her child could one day become the President of the nation should stand aloof. The child rising to such a position doesn't prove me wrong. It doesn't bring back the wasted years or the shattered dreams. They are two different things. How can you explain others that didn't become Presidents? Some became thugs and miscreants. How do you explain that? Are you willing to take such chances or place a bet with your dreams? How deep are your dreams to you?

Thursday, 4 June 2020

Do Black Lives really Matter?



There will never be a time these protesters cry for. Martin Luther king Jr's 'I have a dream' speech will never become reality (it remains a dream). Does this not make you consider your life's choices?

Of what gain would it be to lose your life in a protest for the equality of Black people?

Whether you call it caste system, ethnicity, tribalism, sex discrimination, or even rascism, it remains the same thing. No two persons on earth can boost of being equal. Their is always a difference; one may be smarter than the other or more skillful. Even with twins we sense this disparity.

Shall we then carry plaques and protest for equality in a case where there is a difference in wit? Maybe the dumb people in a class should carry plaques and start a protest? Do you now see how foolish these people who protest for black equality are?

The discrimination is felt most by the poor and vulnerable people. It is among these ones that the most outrageous crimes are committed. These ones are repeatedly called 'nigga' without any qualms. The police violence is painfully felt by the common man of the society. Let us not deceive ourselves but let us put hypocrisy behind us.

These commoners should do something. By this I mean no harm to our neighbours. But quietly they should leave these hostile people, hostile neighbourhoods, hostile countries. Start a new life in a more accommodating place or country. Why spend precious time protesting when you can enjoy life in a better way? It makes no matter how long the protests drag. We still go round the same cycle and we anticipate another act of racial discrimination. It can be as little as a smirk, a laugh or even a bad thought. Still, it is a bad vibe, negative energy. You don't need such because life is too short.

Be wise my friends!

Wednesday, 3 June 2020

Rape!



After my posts on virginity and recent attacks from friends, my take on rape will be least welcome.

I state here (clearly) that rape is a not a good thing. It is a crime against our neighbour, a fellow human spirit. Jesus clearly said: Love thy neighbour as thyself!

I have noticed that women come out en masse to show support to the victims of rape in the society today. Some went as far as calling names and raining down curses on the male gender. But where were these zealots before the young maiden was raped? Girls become 'househelps' to support themselves while endangering  their bodies in the process. Why did the advocates of rape not reach out to these ones and intervene to prevent the rape from occurring? 

Celebrities and influential people make posts regarding rape. You will see hashtags such as #stoprape #rapekills. This is good but it ends here. No one takes it up as a task and day-to-day goal. They all wait for the next case so they will pour out condolences on social media.

If you truly feel the pain the victim feels you would do better. Your neighbours keep maids. Your friends keep maids. Would it be wrong to secretly give the young woman a huge sum to go and start life in a better way? Say 100 000 naira?

This is a better response to rape than all the noise you people make.




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