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The Fascist Liberal/Left & Those That Hate Donald Trump (PART 2) By FFK

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Fani Kayode
If you make one pro-Trump comment on Nigerian social or traditional media you will be met with one hundred well-orchestrated and choreographed insults from the gullible and garrulous fools who know next to nothing and who claim to be Biden supporters even though most of them have never even left the shores of Nigeria and spend most of their time hoping and praying for a visa to get out.
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“They are like Buhari supporters: limited in intelligence, slow, morally bankrupt, blind,undiscerning & lacking in foresight, insight, wisdom, knowledge &understanding”‘-@realffk
Pls read..
THE FASCIST LIBERAL/LEFT & THOSE THAT HATE DONALD TRUMP(PART 2) https://t.co/m6tEml6p3p
The fact of the matter is that members of the fascist liberal left have no tolerance for different views and they have mainly been brainwashed and misled by the local and international media and those that control them.
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If you make one pro-Trump comment on Nigerian social or traditional media you will be met with one hundred well-orchestrated and choreographed insults from the gullible and garrulous fools who know next to nothing and who claim to be Biden supporters even though most of them have never even left the shores of Nigeria and spend most of their time hoping and praying for a visa to get out.
What makes the matter worse is the fact that the majority of Trump supporters, and there are millions of them in Nigeria, have kept quiet and have been intimidated and cowered into silence whilst fearing the worse. When you ask them why they are keeping quiet they tell you that they do not want to be targeted and insulted.
Thankfully yours truly does not buy into that bunkum or fall into the category of those that can be silenced or intimidated by anybody, least of all a Biden cheerleader, and the purpose of this contribution is to respond to those that take pleasure in insulting and mocking the Trumpian fold and that believe that they have won the day.
It is a response to those that believe that they are free to label Trump as a racist, a misogynist, a white supremacist, a dangerous and delusional sociopath, a malignant narcissist, a serial divorcee, a crook, a rogue, a wicked husband, a wife-beater, a delusional demagogue and a modern-day Hitler.
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It is a response to those who call him a monster, a worshipper of mammon, a race-baiting and xenophobic religious bigot, a vicious ethnic cleanser, a vindictive homophobe, a serial liar, a sexual predator, a rapist, a megalomaniac, a demagogue, a capricious bully and a cruel, heartless, self-centered, self-absorbed, evil conman.
These are the sort of things that CNN and the mainstream media would have them believe.
This essay serves as a response to those that honestly believe such slanderous, libellous, perfidious, specious and disingenuous verbiage and toxic hogwash and yet say that we do not have the right to describe Joe Biden as a bumbling and fumbling village idiot and a senile and deceitful old fool who has lost touch with reality and who represents satan on earth or call Kaballa/Kundalini Kamalla a power-lusting and ruthless Jezebel that is propelled and possesed by strong and unrelenting demonic spirits and dark forces.
It is a response to those that can best be described as the biblical ‘accusers of the brethren’ and that believe that they alone have a monopoly of literary aggression, verbal crudity and intellectual violence.
They know how to dish out insults to Trump and all his supporters but they cannot take them for Biden, Kamalla and themselves. Well that is the nature of the godless liberal/left for you! They are undoubtedly the true fascists of our time.
They say ‘we can attack you but you must not attack us’. They say ‘we can talk but you must keep quiet’. They say ‘we can scream victory and you dare not claim it’. They say ‘we lay down the rules of engagement and determine how you must think and live your lives and you dare not challenge it’.
That is the Orwellian mindset and totalitarian world that Biden and his spawn seek to create and establish. Mind control through witchcraft and the media and the manipuation of the unthinking masses is an art form with them and they are very good at it.
The way their supporters behave and the Pavlonian response that they offer to those that do not share their outlandish and godless views bears eloquent testimony to that.
Yet the truth is that they can try to control our words and thoughts and insult and denigrate us as much as they like: it changes nothing and it does not derogate from the fact that in the end Donald Trump shall prevail.
I speak for millions of his supporters all over this country and indeed the world when I say that we have had enough of the scripted tyranny of the Obama, Clinton and Biden liberal/left and their skewered vision of a New World order.
And on behalf of every true believer on earth today I say we shall not bow to them, to their Dark Lord or to the sinister and demonic forces that they worship and represent.
We shall keep speaking out, keep resisting, keep fighting, keep praying and keep punching until the very end and until Donald J. Trump is sworn in on January 20th 2021 as the 46th President of the United States of America and the leader of the free world.
There are a few exceptions to the rule but generally speaking Biden supporters in and outside of Nigeria, like much of the liberal/left, are ignorant and arrogant. It is a terrible combination.
Most of them reason like Buhari supporters. They are limited in intelligence, slow-thinking, morally bankrupt, spiritually blind, totally undiscerning and lacking in foresight, insight, wisdom, knowledge and understanding.
They are the the true deplorables: a bunch of low-life imbeciles and ghetto-born riff-raff who have no idea of the times that they are in or the nature of the dark forces that they are rooting for.
Worse of all many of them are only against Trump because they want American visas or they want to stay in America illegally or continue living on welfare if they are already there.
Ask them about the globalist agenda or the New World Order and they won’t even know what you are talking about.
Ask them about the “End Times” and the incremental imposition of a one faith, one world Government and fascistic totalitarian state where religion and God have no place and they get even more confused.
Ask them about the growing power and grave danger of Artificial Intelligence, the purpose and role of the RFID microchip, the numerological relevance of the numbers 666, the insidious and horrific agenda to reduce the population of the world, the purpose of Covid 19, the dangers of 5G or the gradual emergence and evil motivation for a cashless society and they will tell you that you are speaking Greek.
Ask them about the relevance of George Soros, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, the Rothschilds, the Windsors, the Bush’s and a handful of other names and families and what their role and contribution is to the establishment of a New World Order and they will tell you that you are speaking Hebrew and Swahili combined.
Ask them who and what the Bilderburg Group, the Bohemian Grove and the Illuminati are and they will tell you that there are no such things.
Ask them about the slow and steady rise and increasing power of the spirit of the Anti-Christ and they will say they do not believe a word of it.
Ask them about how all these things are relevant and linked to Biden, Trump and the outcome of the 2020 American presidential election and they will tell you that they are not.
Ask them what the role of China is in all this and what the real agenda of the Chinese Government is and they will tell you that China has no agenda and that it is a wonderful country with a wonderful government.
Ask them what the role of a company called Dominion and a software system called Smartmatic was in some “blue” states in the American presidential election they will tell you that they have never heard of either of the two and that they don’t know what you are talking about.
Ask them about the allegation that Dominion, which is owned by non-Americans including Venezuelans and which have Biden supporters on their Board of Directors, fraudulently procured millions of votes for Biden at the last minute through the mail-in ballots system when they saw that he was losing in ALL the swing states, they will shout and scream and tell you that “ISEE LIE!”.
They will go further by telling you that such things only happen in Africa and cannot happen in America because Americans are angels that never cheat, never lie, never rig elections, never do anything wrong and are second only to God. That is how gullible and naive some of the Trump-haters and Biden lovers in Nigeria are.
Ask them about the fact that one of Biden’s campaign managers by the name of Dallas Jones was arrested by the FBI for electoral fraud and rigging the presidential election they will say that it never happened.
Ask them about the extraordinary efforts of the brilliant lawyer called Sidney Powell and the damning evidence that she has managed to unearth about the activities of Dominion and the corrupt nature of the Smartatic software that was used in some states during the election and they will say “I BEG DROP THIS MATTER!”.
That is how shallow and irredeemable they are. Blinded by well-orchestrated lies that are churned out on a daily basis by the international and local television networks coupled with a complex web of disinformation, doublespeak and deceit they are simply incapable of scratching below the surface and digging deep. As far as they are concerned the matter is closed because CNN etc. and the Biden campaign team has said so.
Lost on them is the fact that, as Mr. Opeyemi Agbaje  rightly argued,
“all the sins they accuse Trump of are his personal sins while all the things Democrats seek to do involve changing the way of life of society as a whole against God! So that’s it for those who continue to think evangelicals don’t know what they are doing! That’s what evangelicals understand that you don’t!!! Now do a list of Trump’s policies for society as a whole-
1. Appointing judges who may not favour mass abortion.
2. Appointing judges who may not favour extending LGBTQ.
3. Appointing judges who will defend religious freedom e.g. of a Christian Baker to refuse to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple; or a Catholic hospital not to be forced to perform abortions.
4. Recognising Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel.
5. Allowing us to celebrate “Merry Christmas” instead of “Happy Holidays”.
6. Affirming the truth that America was founded on Judeao-Christian principles and origins.
7. Defeating ISIS and reducing global Islamist terrorism.
8. Peace deals between Israel and UAE, Oman and Sudan, 3 Arab nations.
9. Defending and strengthening the state of Israel.
10. Subduing Iran.
I could go on an on! Evangelical Christians are not fools. Its strange that any Christian should think they are!!!”
Agbaje is right. Given all this, how it could be surprising to anyone that virtually every single evangelical Christian on the planet today and not just those in America, is rooting and praying for Trump baffles me. It is their duty to do so and nothing under the sun can stop them. (END OF PART 2) (FFK)

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Why We Must Protect Nigeria’s Democracy, Obasa, Fashola, Foreign Diplomats Speak

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Despite its challenges, democracy in Nigeria must be protected by every citizen, speakers at an event to commemorate the country’s 25 years of unbroken democratic governance organised by the Lagos State House of Assembly have warned.

Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, former governor of Lagos, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, foreign diplomats, and business experts argued on Wednesday evening that democracy has benefitted the Nigeria since 1999 when the country began its fourth republic.

Others who spoke at the event include Prof. Eghosa Osaghae of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Dr. Muda Yusuf, former chairman of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM).

Dr. Obasa said Nigeria deserved to celebrate because in the last 25 years, the country has successfully transferred power from one administration to another, uphold the principles of representation, accountability, and the rule of law.

“Our democracy has endured despite challenges and setbacks. We have faced elections, protests, and debates, but our commitment to democracy has remained unwavering.

“We have demonstrated that democracy is not a destination but a journey, and we are proud to be on this path. We must continue to guard it jealously, for it is the foundation upon which the fabric of our nation’s progress is built.

“We must continue to promote democratic values, protect human rights, and ensure that our democracy remains perpetually unbroken,” the Speaker said while recalling the struggle and sacrifice made by well-meaning Nigerians during the struggle for democracy.

Obasa noted the roles so far played by the state legislature in the scheme of Nigeria’s progress to include promotion of good governance, accountability, and the rule of law as well as passage of bills that have transformed the lives of citizens.

“As a transformative and people-centric legislature, the House of Assembly has delivered impactful laws and representation, reforming justice, social welfare, and security systems, and driving tax reforms, infrastructural development, and transportation improvements.

“These have attracted significant attention from local and international admirers, leading to frequent visits from international representatives and private citizens seeking to learn from us, exchange ideas, conduct research, or participate in exchange programmes,” the Speaker said.

He urged Nigerians to continue to support state Houses of Assembly to further deepen democratic values and bring governance closer to the grassroots.

FASHOLA
The former governor of Lagos said 25 years of democracy has provided an opportunity for effective representation of the people as well as freedom to make laws.

Urging Nigerians to hold on to democracy very jealously, he argued that the federal system practised in Nigeria remains important to the country’s growth.

“For those who are understandably impatient with democracy, I hear them. It can be a tedious way to govern. There is no better way to order our affairs. I will not trade the liberties it offers for anything else.

“We are a federal state and let me tell you why. We have multi-level legislative houses from the local councils to the National Assembly. We have multi-level judicial system.

“We also find different levels of government exercising different forms of responsibilities and this you can find in the exclusive and concurrent lists and, of course, what you can’t find in those two lists, is the residual authority that resides in the states. For example, the Senate cannot make laws on landlords and tenants laws and rent control,” he said.

Speaking about some changes that have happened in Nigeria in the last 25 years, he recalled the ‘famous resource control case’ which originated from Lagos and was resolved through the constitution making some states earn better now. He also recalled the matter relating to local government creation during the administration of Asiwaju Tinubu as governor.

“As at 1999, if you wanted to build a house in Lagos, you would go and get permit in Abuja. It was the Lagos State government that went to court to stop it,” he said adding that the cases were fought and won because of the quest for a perfect union.

Urging support for President Tinubu’s administration, expressed optimism that wages and salaries and issues with the creation of state police would become reality.

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The Consul General of the French embassy in Lagos, Laurent Favier, while congratulating Nigeria, said “democracy is not a state of perfection but something people have to fight for at all times. It is a political structure that must be deepened.”

He expressed satisfaction with how democracy in Nigeria has ensured freedom just as he urged the country not to relent in making citizens happy.

On the other hand, Weert Börner, Consul General of Germany, said his country with 16 states, practises same federal system as Nigeria adding that this results in healthy competitions.

He affirmed that Nigerians enjoy freedom of opinions, one of the characteristics of democracy.

He commended Nigeria over its Electricity Act which gives states power to generate electricity noting that Germany followed same part 25 years ago resulting in about two million electricity producers in the country.

Consul General of the Embassy of Italy, Ugo Boni assured that the government of his country will continue to be a trustworthy companion of Nigeria while the British Deputy High Commissioner, Lagos, Jonny Baxter, said: “In these challenging times, it is important that we support each other in our shared commitment to democracy.

“Nigeria’s democratic resilience and significance in West Africa serves as an example to other nations seeking to strengthen and protect their own democracies.”

“The UK looks forward to partnering with Lagos and Nigeria in the next 25 years and more.”

Michael Ervin, political and economic section chief at the US Consulate General, Lagos, said Nigeria is an example of how diverse people can unite and ensure freedom for all.

He congratulated Lagos Assembly and noted that Lagos opens the door to the development of Nigeria.

 

Why We Must Protect Nigeria’s Democracy, Obasa, Fashola, Foreign Diplomats Speak

Eromosele Ebhomele
Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly.

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LG funds: S’Court reserves judgment

 

The Supreme Court, on Thursday, reserved judgment in the suit filed by the Federal Government against the 36 state governments, seeking to enforce the financial autonomy of the 774 local government areas.

The court reserved judgment after the parties adopted their briefs.

In the suit filed by the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), the Federal Government accused the state governments of stifling local governments and withholding their funds.

But the 36 states, through their AGs, vehemently opposed the suit and urged the Supreme Court to dismiss it.

 

 

In the suit, marked SC/CV/343/2024, the Federal Government wants the apex court to enforce the autonomy of the local government by, among other things, stopping state governors from appointing caretaker committees to administer local governments in their states.

The Federal Government wants the Supreme Court to rule that any local government manned by a caretaker committee instead of an elected local government chairman and councillors should have their funds from the Federation Account withheld.

It also wants the court to rule that funds due to local governments from the Federation Account should be paid directly to them instead of through the state government to guarantee their autonomy.

 

 

 

The seven man-panel, of the apex court led by Justice Garba Lawal, announced that parties in the matter would be communicated when the judgment was ready after parties in the suit adopted their processes on Thursday.

All 36 states in their response opposed the FG’s suit and appealed to the court to throw out the suit.

The AGF, on his part, asked the apex court to grant all the reliefs sought by the Federal Government in the suit.

The AGF said,  “I adopt and rely on these processes. I urge My Lords to overrule the various objections and grant the originating summons.”

While some states claimed that they were denied fair hearing and weren’t served, the AGF clarified that he sent copies of the affidavits to the defendants via WhatsApp and emails.

He added that the court bailiff also served the defendants in their various state liaison offices in Abuja.

The PUNCH reported that the Federal Government, in the suit, is urging the apex court to issue “an order prohibiting state governors from unilateral, arbitrary and unlawful dissolution of democratically elected local government leaders for local governments.”

 

 

 

In the suit predicted on 27 grounds, the Federal Government accused the state governors of gross misconduct and abuse of power.

The FG, in the originating summons, prayed the Supreme Court to make an order expressly stating that funds standing to the credit of local governments from the Federation Account should be paid directly to the local governments rather than through the state governments.

The justice minister also prayed for “an order of injunction restraining the governors, their agents and privies from receiving, spending or tampering with funds released from the Federation Account for the benefits of local governments when no democratically elected local government system is put in place in the states.”

The Federal Government further sought “an order stopping governors from constituting caretaker committees to run the affairs of local governments as against the Constitutionally recognised and guaranteed democratic system.”

The originating summons was backed by a 13-paragraph affidavit deposed to by one Kelechi Ohaeri of the Federal Ministry of Justice.

Ohaeri, in the affidavit, averred that the AGF instituted the suit against the governors under the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court on behalf of the Federal Government.

He said, “The Constitution of Nigeria recognises federal, state and local governments as three tiers of government and the three recognised tiers of government draw funds for their operation and functioning from the Federation Account created by the Constitution.

 

 

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Nigeria At 25: Group Lauds Governor Fubara For His Outstanding Contributions

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Appraising Fubara's One-Year Footprints in Rivers* By Tony Uwakwe

Nigeria At 25: Group Lauds Governor Fubara For His Outstanding Contributions

 

 

 

A group under the auspices of the
Ijaw Development Vanguard (IDV), on Wednesday, in Abuja, hailed the Governor of Rivers State, Siminalayi Fubara, for his outstanding contributions to Nigerians democracy and the development of Rivers State.

The group in a statement marking 25 years of uninterrupted democracy in Nigeria, signed by it’s President, Comrade Sylva Mark Goodman, commended Governor Fubara for contributing to the growth of Nigeria’s democracy by providing dividends of democracy to the people of Rivers State and Nigerians living or visiting Rivers State.

The Ijaw group hailed Fubara’s giant strides in the area of critical infrastructure, health, education, empowerment, amongst others, which has deepened the belief of Rivers people in democracy.

IDV also described Governor Fubara as an asset to Nigeria’s democracy for his distinctive style of politicking.

“Fubara’s style of politics is rare in this part of the world. Despite the huge distraction from the enemies of Rivers State, Governor Fubara has conducted himself in a peaceful and lawful manner to ensure peace in Rivers State.

“Fubara deserves our commendation for not allowing his detractors deter him from providing the dividends of democracy to the good people of Rivers State.

“Since Governor Fubara has not let Rivers people down, we are standing by him,for he is an asset to Nigeria’s democracy with his distinctive style of politicking,” the group said.

Comrade Goodman restated the importance of placing Nigeria’s democracy in the hands of people like Fubara, who have shown uncommon democratic qualities.

“For our democracy to continue to grow, we must place the protection and defence of our democracy in the hands of people like Fubara, men and women who have proven their leadership qualities in various capacities over time, so that they can nurture it and we can continually enjoy the dividends of democracy in Nigeria.”

IDV also praised Chief M.K.O Abiola and everyone who paid the price for Nigeria’s democracy, describing them as the heroes of our democracy.

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