Where Suicide Bombers Come From?

Before 2003, there were no recorded event of suicide bomb in Irak.   Foreign soldiers occupying the country has created thousands of Iraqi ready to kill themselves for whatever.   Similarly, since foreign soldiers had started occupying Africa again, suicide bomb is slowly entering the African youth culture.   When Africans, the top life lovers Read more [...]

God Needs Your Money

The church said "the christian God is very powerful. He has created the sun, the moon, the earth, the animals, the seas, but he just doesn't know how to create money, reason why you have to give your money to God to be able to accomplish its mission on earth". I never knew humans have a skill, God had failed to imitate since. I was born in a Christianized family by the German Read more [...]

Nigeria culture is not worthy a tomato can

The Nigerian government had recently banned the import of tomato in the country in order to protect the local nascent industry.   The logic behind the decision is that without the state protection the foreign tomato (heavily subsidized) would crush and destroy Nigerian industry.   Good.   What about Nigeria culture and languages which are also Read more [...]

What is More Important? The text books or The Reality?

Here is a dilemma.   When the United States of America declared their independence on July 4, 1776, the preamble of the text stated:   "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."   Isn't Read more [...]

Aristotle and the Egyptian Books

Aristotle, the highest rated philosopher in European history, was adviser to Alexander the Great, and travelled with him to Egypt - when it was conquered - where he 'picked up" many books.   He became the guy with most books in ancient Greece with his personal library, but most were from Egypt biggest library of the time.   When he died, all the books stolen Read more [...]

Saint Augustine, The Black Man Behind the Catholic Church Doctrine

Here is Saint Augustine. The black man who created the catholic church doctrine.   He lived in current day Annaba in Current day Algeria.   He was a banger. He loved sex, drugs and cheating. He learned sophistry and taught it, but used it mostly to seduce girls he would bring to the local churches to have sex with. He impregnated many of his sex partners Read more [...]

Benin City Streets Lamps

Benin city "street lamps" and "hand lamps" - 12/16 century (illustrations from Ling Roth's book, Great Benin). Benin city was one of the very early civilization to have street lamps and individual hand lamps to move at night. The street and hand lamps were richly decorated, and artistically sophisticated, well, well before any contact with foreigners. Read more [...]

Things you learn only from the elders.

If a couple first child is a boy, it means the man was the one who was the most in love, and wanted to be in the couple first.   If a couple first child is a girl, it means the woman was the one who was the most in love, and wanted the most to be in the couple.   This also predict very well, who is likely to be the person asking for divorce.   If Read more [...]

Poverty is Political

Poverty is political. It's not a technical problem, nor a mental disease to be cured.   The poor don't lack electricity because electricity technology does not exist, and the know-how to bring it to them unavailable.   The poor don't lack clean water because clean water technologies do not exist, and ways to bring water to them are unsolvable challenges. Read more [...]

The Church Takes Money Away from the Poor

The World Bank said to "help the poor give them money directly".   Good intention. Unfortunately, they forgot there is a fox in the chicken house.   Once the poor got the money, the church just take it away from them, literary.   From the monthly 10% (tithe), the four Sundays money collections, and the various mandatory money request by the Catholic Read more [...]