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Buhari’s Change Mission And Hidden Caliphate Agenda (1)


Since Buhari was elected President, non-Caliphate pundits have been publicly offering suggestions on the changes he should make. These are changes the pundits think can fix Nigeria’s well-known problems: Corruption, the bloated and costly government structures, the lavish emoluments of legislators, and the like. Fooled by Buhari’s “Change” mantra, they imagine that what concerns them, fixing Nigeria in the interest of ordinary Nigerians, is also of interest to Buhari.

Unfortunately, most Nigerians have no clue about Buhari’s Caliphate mission to inflict permanent Caliphate Colonialism on Nigerians. They have no inkling about the sort of change Buhari has come to inflict. They delude themselves that he has come to address such well known afflictions as corruption, Boko Haram, electricity and petroleum products shortages that Nigerians have been clamoring for ages for a government to solve, and that Buhari highlighted in his deliberately deceptive Inaugural Address.

But from a detailed understanding of Nigerian history and the major interests that drive it, it is clear that, though posing as coming to solve the problems most Nigerians have in mind, Buhari has actually come to inflict a deadly Caliphate hidden agenda on Nigerians. He has come to wage a political war on Nigerians—a blitzkrieg whose objective is to ensure that the Caliphate Colonialism, under which most Nigerians have languished and suffered since 1960, becomes permanent, and is insulated from any challenge by its Nigerian victims.

All warfare is based on deception. So, only political mumus—of which, alas, Nigeria is chockfull—will be surprised that Buhari’s campaign promises, Inaugural address, etc. are full of deception. [See: “Discourse on Our Mumu”, Part I of “2015—Between Liberation and Slavery” http://ugowrite.blogspot.com/2015/02/ discourse-on-our-mumu-part-i.html , and “2015 Presidential Election Issues”, Part II of “2015—Between Liberation and Slavery” http://ugowrite.blogspot. com/2015/02/2015-presidential-election-issues-3. html ] But the fog of deception and disinformation can be seen through and his real agenda exposed if one is aware of the Caliphate’s interests and stated objectives. His agenda, as I diagnose it, includes the following main items:

(1) Wage a Genocide-for-oil blitzkrieg on the S-S where Nigeria’s oil is located, and appropriate their oil for the Caliphate’s North; (2) Subdue the Yorubas, prevent any recurrence of the Yoruba political rebellion that followed the Caliphate’s annulment of Abiola’s June 12 election, and then make all of Yorubaland a footstool of the Caliphate, like they made Ilorin, two centuries ago, using Afonja:

(3) Destroy any possibility of real democracy and True Federalism in Nigeria by making sacrosanct the fraudulent 1999 Constitution that gives the Caliphate hegemony over Nigeria under that fake-democracy constitution.

(4) Impose Shariya on every part of Nigeria. (5) Effect a Final solution, by genocide, to what they perceive as their Igbo problem. Over the years, these 5 Caliphate policy objectives have been articulated by their spokesmen: (1) Bala N’Allah on Genocide-for-Oil (2009) “What is happening in the Niger Delta is pure criminality of the highest order, arising from total disregard for constituted authority. In Iraq, thousands of people lost their lives because of an insurrection against the government during the reign of former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein.

We can do away with 20 million militants for the rest 120 million Nigerians to live.” (emphasis added) –2009 An incitement to genocide by Bala Ibn N’Allah of Kebbi State, a Caliphate member of the Nigerian House of Representatives. (The Guardian, Thursday, May 28, 2009). (2) Usman Faruk on subduing the Yorubas (2012) “North replies Asari: We subdued Yorubas & conquered the Ijaws; We will do it again”,– Usman Faruk, (August 2012) Faruk was the military governor of North-West State during the Yakubu Gowon regime.

(3) Make unchangeable the Caliphate Colonialist Nigeria system that’s codified in the 1999 Constitution (3a) The ACF’s Vice National Chairman, Joseph Waku (2012) on people talking treason and not being arrested– i.e. on punishing talk of secession or selfdetermination as treason. “the president is sitting down there and listening to people making advertisement of secession and they are not arrested. . . .

How can some people say we will secede and the national security operatives didn’t say anything or fault the threat?” IGBO CAN’T BLACKMAIL NORTH–WAKU http://www.thenigerianvoice.com/nvnews/82518/1/ igbo-cant-blackmail-north-waku.html Source: NBF News – NBF News (3b) Junaid Mohammed (2013) on those asking for SNC are asking for Civil War i.e. on making the 1999 Constitution unchangeable by peaceful means. ‘Supporters of SNC asking for civil war’—Junaid Mohammed http://www.punchng.com/news/supporters-of-sncasking- for-civil-war/ September 22, 2013 by ALLWELL OKPI (4) Islamizing all of Nigeria, a.k.a. Extending Shariya to all states (4a) “Holding this country together is not possible except by means of the religion of the Prophet. If they want political unity let them follow our religion.” 15 – 1942, the conference of Northern Chiefs in response to a letter from the UK-based West African Students’ Union (WASU) to the Northern Emirs asking them to support the constitutional evolution of Nigeria into a full independent nation. {15 Quoted from Obafemi Awolowo, Path to Nigerian Freedom, London:

Faber and Faber, 1947, p. 51.} (4b) “Those Southerners who desire a United Nigeria should first embrace Islam as their religion.”16 –1944, the Sultan of Sokoto responding to a delegation from WASU that paid him a visit to plead for his support for the memorandum on constitutional reform. {16 James Coleman, Nigeria: Background to Nationalism, Los Angeles and London: University of California, Berkeley, 1971, p. 361.} (a) Buhari Calls for Sharia in All States (2001); (b) Boko Haram demands Sharia in all states (2011) Boko Haram to FG “Total Shari’a in Nigeria or no Peace” …Says Qur’an is Above Nigerian Constitution Written by Alaba Johnson (Reporter for NaijaPundit) on 03 October 2011.

(5) Caliphate’s project of Genocide for Ibos (a) “Many (Nigerians) deceive themselves by thinking that Nigeria is one, . . . particularly some of the press people. . . This is wrong. I am sorry to say that this presence of Unity is artificial and it ends outside this Chamber. . . The Southern tribes who are now pouring into the North in ever increasing numbers, and are more or less domiciled here do not mix with the Northern people… and we in the North look upon them as invaders.” –1948, Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, parliamentary leader of the Northern Peoples’ Congress (NPC), during the budget session of the Nigerian Legislative council. (b) “When the British leave, we shall sweep the Ibos into the sea”—1954, The Sardauna in the Daily Times. (c) “The time has come.

We are going to show these intellectual fools that we are only in the morning of our leadership of this country. . .Our only obstacles are the Ibos. They have overplayed their card. They will sink” — Dec 1964, NPC manifesto ———————————— To carry out this hidden agenda, Buhari needs to move fast before enough Nigerians realize what his #change mantra is really about (changing things to how they were before 1999, when OBJ began eroding Caliphate power) and organize to resist and defeat him. It is not surprising therefore that within his first month as President, Buhari has moved fast to start implementing these Caliphate policies, beginning with Genocide-for-Oil and Subduing the Yorubas. (To be concluded tomorrow)

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