The Supreme Leader of the self-determination seeking group, Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, had yesterday asserted that the western world is afraid of black Africans becoming critically thoughtful.
Kanu who made the assertion on his Wednesday Radio Biafra broadcast said that there is nothing wrong with black pigmentation, rather the problem lies with the brain of a black man.
“The white racists are not afraid of the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams, and the likes. No, they are not bothered about that kind of success,” Kanu told his audience.
“The white racists are afraid of black man’s capacity to reason.” Elucidating, Kanu said that the ability to reason is what makes one human, and that the white racists, thinking themselves vastly superior to the black race, is roundly opposed to black man’s attempt on critical thinking and logical reasoning.
Bent on driving home his point, an obviously inflamed Kanu soberly recounted the history of white man’s systematic killings of bright black brains who had in the past strived to bring fellow blacks to reason.
The Charismatic Biafra leader cited the likes of Steve Biko of South Africa, Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso, Patrice Lumumba of Congo, Robert Nesta Marley of Jamaica Popularly known as Bob Marley, Martin Luther King Jr of the US, and surprisingly Murtala Mohammed of Nigeria.
Kanu told the rapt audience that all these brainy and brave individuals were clandestinely assassinated by the western world for fear of blacks being sparked to reason like humans and consequentially building a civilization that will mock any suggestion that black is an inferior race.
Even Walter Rodney, a white lecturer in Tanzania, was shot dead for trying to spark the African brain with his literary work, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, Kanu lectured.
“If you do not know, George Flyod was killed because there is no black African country sufficiently developed to prove to the racist white world that blacks know what they know and can of course defend their own. If we have Biafra, such thing will not happen,” Kanu asserted.
Kanu’s teachings quickly brings to mind Justice Paul Nwokedi ‘s words in an interview with Vanguard Newspaper in the December of 2011. Nwokedi, a Biafran envoy in late sixties, when asked about the popular and yet subjugating terse, “one Japan is enough for Europe,” had responded thus:
“We were sent to solicit international support for Biafra, and when we arrived Europe, we had a meeting in Bulgaria. They told us that they can’t support Biafra because supporting Biafra would mean the emergence of another Japan, and that one Japan is already too much for Europe.”
This goes on to prove that the Biafran leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is not making up his claims.
Source: Daily Biafra