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USA Africa Dialogue Series - South Africa: Gramshtown 2017a

Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Open Letter to Buhari

what about govt sponsored Fulani terrorism?

toyin

On 29/03/2017, Jibrin Ibrahim <jibrinibrahim891@gmail.com> wrote:
> *Moving Nigeria Forward: Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari*
>
>
>
> 28th March 2017
>
>
>
> Mr. President, we are a group of Northern non-partisan academics and public
> intellectuals who wish to share our concerns on a number of issues facing
> the nation. In so doing, our only intention is to be helpful to your
> Administration, which we believe is sincerely committed towards taking
> Nigeria further along the path of positive change and the improvement of
> lives and livelihoods of Nigerians.
>
>
>
> First, our warm congratulations on your improved health, following your
> health vacation to London. We wish you rapid and complete recovery.
>
>
>
> Second, we wish to congratulate you on your resolute war against terrorism
> and corruption, both of which have had considerable success. It is
> important that your government builds on this success to broaden the scope
> of change.
>
>
>
> The struggle for economic recovery has had more mixed results and quite
> frankly, there is consensus in the country that your economic management
> team simply does not have the capacity to meet the nation's expectations.
> The recent publication of the economic recovery and growth plan after 20
> months in office is an indication of the team's lethargy even if it is a
> significant step in the right direction and provides important indications
> of what needs to be done.
>
>
>
> We are aware that many people of goodwill have made suggestions to you that
> are similar to the ones in this letter but our hope is that as more people
> make the same suggestions, you are more likely to take them seriously.
>
> Mr. President, Nigerians voted for you because they believed your promise
> of good governance and cleansing the political arena of the corrupt, vile
> and self-serving persons who had previously ruled our country. Today,
> Nigerians are worried that many such people remain in government. It is
> important to note that in governing, statesmen are obliged to practice the
> type of politics that would work for both sustaining the result-oriented
> political coalition that produced victory and indeed expanding the
> coalition. The end game however is to produce the dividends of democracy.
> In this pursuit, the public must be continually assured that Government is
> on the right track. Success emanates from producing the results of improved
> and more secure lives of citizens.
>
> Mr. President, in politics, sustaining the loyalty of the political
> coalition that won the election is always important. You are lucky to have
> charisma and your thinking might be that this charisma would be sufficient
> to carry you to the Promised Land. Charisma, it will be recalled, is the
> authority of the extraordinary and personal gift of grace that breeds
> personal devotion and personal confidence in followers. It is important to
> point out however that history is replete with examples in which charisma
> fails because there is no political machine or process to sustain it. Mr.
> President, you are very well aware that your charisma actually has
> geographical limits and what produced victory in 2015 is not the
> charisma-inspired following of your base, which has sustained support for
> you throughout your political career but extending this political support
> to areas where your charisma is limited. It is for this reason that
> sustaining the alliance that produced the APC is crucial.
>
> Mr. President, it appears that you have kept the large coterie of
> 'professional politicians' - who worked hard, invested resources and
> mobilised to get you into power - at arms length. We understand the logic
> that would make an honest person act in this way. If your intention is not
> to work with politicians, the question you should ask yourself is, 'What is
> the alternative?' Simply refusing to act cannot be the alternative. The
> effect would be for many constituencies to lose hope in the future and that
> could be very dangerous. It is for this reason that we urge you to take
> this advice seriously.
>
> *Major Concerns*
>
> 1) The internecine and open fights between some leading members of your
> security team is threatening national cohesion and is destabilising the
> ability of government to work in concert. It is well known that when
> different security agencies are competing against each other and subverting
> themselves, it is the security of the nation that suffers.
>
> 2) The narrow base of your close advisers is giving the impression that
> you are running a closed government in a political environment that
> requires a participatory approach of all relevant stakeholders. Nigeria is
> a large country and has a complex history with a commitment to federal
> governance. Regular engagement with a broad section of stakeholders would
> significantly improve the quality of governance.
>
> 3) There appears to be no political strategy to your engagement with your
> own political party, the APC and the National Assembly. As preparations for
> the next round of elections pick up pace, your Administration needs a
> strong political team to help you achieve your objectives.
>
> 4) As you approach the mid-term of your mandate, your legislative agenda
> needs to be pursued with more pace and vigour. There are at least three
> urgent issues. The first is the reduction of the cost of governance through
> carrying out legislation that would address some of the issues raised in
> the Oronsanye Report and a new RMFAC formula, which would scale down
> remunerations of political office holders. The Second is the Petroleum
> Industry Bill, which candidate Buhari had promised would be prioritized
> within the first quarter of the Administration. Finally, legislation is
> necessary to strengthen the anti-corruption agencies.
>
> 5) Corruption appears to have tainted some of your leading subalterns and
> maintaining them in office gives the impression that you support corruption
> within your circle. The significant success you have achieved in the
> anti-corruption arena is being undermined by this impression.
>
> 6) There are an incredible number of vacancies in your Administration two
> years after your election. It is imperative that you fill them immediately
> so that you have competent people to pursue the implementation of the
> programmes for which you were elected.
>
> 7) Regular communication with Nigerians should be an important part of
> the Administration's style of governance. The impression so far is that the
> President rarely talks with Nigerians and presidential spokespeople appear
> to talk without full consultation with their principal, often finding
> themselves on the wrong side of what the President believes. Nigerians
> often hear the President reveal information during foreign visits and it is
> simply respect for citizens that the President should talk to them more
> often.
>
>
>
> *Recommendations*
>
> I. Stop the internal war among your security team and remove
> those who are unwilling to do their work in a loyal manner and are spending
> all their energies fighting others
>
> II. Make an effort to appoint more advisers, formal and
> informal from wider circles, and open up to other ideas and suggestions
> that would improve national cohesion.
>
> III. Appoint a high-powered team of economic advisers that can
> create coherence and synergy as well as guide the economic recovery plan.
>
> IV. Appoint a high-powered team of political advisers that would
> guide the process of revamping your party and develop your political plans
> and strategy. The political team should also have the capacity of
> developing a modus operandi of working successfully with the National
> Assembly to pursue your legislative agenda.
>
> V. Act decisively to get rid of your ministers and officials who
> have been tainted with engagement in acts of corruption.
>
> VI. All vacancies in ministerial positions, boards, agencies and
> departments should be filled immediately.
>
> VII. Develop a schedule for regular television appearances and town
> hall meetings to brief citizens directly on the conduct of government
> business.
>
> Sincerely
>
> Prof Massaud Omar
>
> Dr. Abubakar Siddique Mohammed
>
> Comrade John Odah
>
> Prof Jibrin Ibrahim
>
> Mallam Y. Z. Ya'u
>
> Mr. Chom Bagu
>
> Prof Mustaha Gwadabe
>
> Dr. Chris Kwaja
>
> Mallam Ibrahim Muazzam
>
> Mallam Auwal Musa Rafsanjani
>
> Dr. Yohanna Kagoro Gandu
>
> Prof Abfulkadir Adamu
>
> Dr. Salihu Zubairu Mustapha
>
> Mallam Danladi Aliyu
>
> Mallam Abubakar Ibrahim
>
> Dr. El Harun Muhammad
>
>
> Professor Jibrin Ibrahim
> Senior Fellow
> Centre for Democracy and Development, Abuja
> Follow me on twitter @jibrinibrahim17
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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Fwd: [NaijaPolitics] South Sudan Is Dying

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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2017 14:48:32 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: [NaijaPolitics] South Sudan Is Dying
To: Politics Naija <naijapolitics@yahoogroups.com>







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South Sudan Is Dying

Millions displaced, hundreds of thousands starving
by NORMA COSTELLOMarshes and dirt. Marshes and dirt. The war in South
Sudan could be explained by its harsh and bewildering terrain.The only
way to travel in one of the world's poorest and most violent countries
is in small, U.N.-charted planes, whose crisply-dressed pilots crouch
down to explain safety features while gun-armed Toyotas speed down the
runway."There are several safety exits in this aircraft, but hopefully
we won't need them," our captain jokes as we wait for a passenger
who's been holding up the flight.I'd take a picture, but photography
is forbidden. Probably because Juba airport is one of the main
arteries for the weapons flooding into the world's newest country.The
Republic of South Sudan was born out of decades of fighting between
guerrillas of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, or SPLA, and the
Sudanese government in Khartoum.After a 2011 referendum freed South
Sudan from Sudan, the country quickly descended into a brutal civil
war pitting the ruling Dinke tribe under the leadership of Pres. Salva
Kiir Mayardit against those — mainly from the Nuer tribe — who support
the Sudan People's Liberation Army in Opposition, or SPLA -IO.In 2013
Kir accused Vice Pres. Riek Machar of instigating a coup, which caused
Machar to lead his "white army" of Nuer troops against the Dinke-led
SPLA.Tribal violence has forced nearly 2.5 million people from their
homes. No fewer than 100,000 people are starving. Mass graves, rape,
recruitment of child soldiers — South Sudan has it all. On the
streets, people whisper that this could be the next Rwanda.In Melut in
the Upper Nile region, U.N. peacekeepers are powerless as the White
Nile, once a source of fish for the local community, has become a
military frontier. The SPLA lies to the east. The SPLA-IO to the west.

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Melut is oil country. The nearest airport — Paloich — was built with
Chinese oil money, as was the asphalt road that ends abruptly beyond
the company's last outpost. Chinese engineers crowd the airport.What
look like sandbags lined up near some SPLA troops are actually sacks
of food aid from the U.N. World Food Program. In South Sudan, a
country of 11 million, everyone takes a cut.In one of South Sudan's
huge refugee camps near Khorfulus, a former guerrilla named Simon — he
lost a leg fighting against the Khartoum government — says aid
supplies always wind up in the market.
"Take for example soap, that stuff is always going missing," Simon
says. "We know it's been sent here, but when it arrives it ends up in
the market. We have nothing. How can we afford to buy it, especially
at those high prices?"Since the war the South Sudanese pound has
plummeted. Even when goods are available, people can't afford them —
leaving them dependent on foreign aid.Sarah Nyalony is a Dinke
grandmother in her mid-50s. Since her husband was killed several years
ago, she's now head of her family. "We get 2.5 to three kilograms of
sorghum for a whole month," she says, as a male camp chaperon looks
on. "It's nothing. We have no other food. At the very beginning, we
used to get salt and lentils but we haven't seen that for so long. As
for cooking oil — ha! It's a thing of dreams."The sorghum often comes
whole and unground, which means locals inside the camp try to collect
and sell firewood to pay the grinders. Otherwise they use whatever
stones they can fine to grind the grain themselves.
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Sarah — who says she hasn't tasted salt in three years — explains that
locals are using seeds to supplement their diet in the scorching-hot
camp. "We collect seeds and grind them down to add to the sorghum.
It's the only thing we can add to it. We have tried everything in the
bush and this is it during the dry season." Water is also scarce.The
conflict in South Sudan is unpredictable and is composed of a series
of random, sporadic flashpoints. Holding and taking ground in South
Sudan rarely happens. And that means civilians are always fleeing
somewhere.Many men and some women join small bands of fighters loyal
to the SPLA, SPLA-IO, Neur or Dinke. Actors change sides and alliances
collapse and the country's inaccessible regions are often left
entirely out of the picture.Everyone seems to have a gun. It's
chaos.In Juba, SPLA troops go from door to door "collecting" weapons
from those fleeing the conflict from other parts of the country.Mary,
a mother of three from eastern equatorial — one of the richest parts
of the country, only recently devastated by the fighting — says
soldiers came to her ad hoc home in Juba the previous week, demanding
money."They came and took everything," Mary says. "They are saying
they look for weapons but that is a lie. They even steal the clothes
we are wearing to sell in the market. When they came they left me
standing in my underwear. They are just looting and raping. They rape
us in front of our children and husbands."NGOs distributing food and
other aid face a seemingly impossible task. Those displaced by the
conflict have now become hopelessly dependent on aid. Kids who should
be learning how to farm are now malnourished if not dying. The fabric
of the country is thinning out."Will you pray for us?" Mary asks. "We
know we are sinners and we are sorry to God. But now all the money is
going to one tribe and we are losing all our children. If you are not
Dinke, you can die. I voted for South Sudan. I believed it can be
better, but now I am wearing a dress my sisters gave me and they
collect money for water for our family.""I used to have a farm," Mary
continues. "I grew bananas and pineapples. We used to send food to the
markets in Juba. The people in my area fed the whole of Juba, now my
children have no vitamins and their bodies are swollen. The sisters
here are suffering so much but we are hoping God will not forget us."

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Enemy Within & The Cold-Blooded Threat From Arewa – By Femi Fani Kayode : War Creeping into Nigeria from Muslim North

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From: 'Joe Attueyi' via AfricanWorldForum <africanworldforum@googlegroups.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:14:57 +0100


Since Buhari returned from his medical vacation the decibel of war and
inter ethnic conflict has once again gone ten notches higher.

It seems that there is something about Buhari that generates and
increases group conflict.

There was a sense of calm one could feel in the air when Osinbanjo was
Acting President. Can we prepay Buhari 2 years salary and allowances
in advance so he can return to London?

Joe

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> On 29 Mar 2017, at 10:38 AM, Elombah Perspective elombah.com@gmail.com [NIgerianWorldForum] <NIgerianWorldForum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>
> Enemy Within & The Cold-Blooded Threat From Arewa – By Femi Fani Kayode
>
> https://elombah.com/index.php/analysis/15531-enemy-within-the-cold-blooded-threat-from-arewa-femi-fani-kayode
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Femi Fani-Kayode: The Enemy Within And The Cold-Blooded Threat From
Arewa – Part 1 https://t.co/K6uxUnCdUa https://t.co/7fJM8goYRg



THE ENEMY WITHIN AND THE COLD-BLOODED THREAT FROM AREWA (PART 1)

On March 28th a hitherto unknown northern group known as the Arewa
Youth Consultative Forum, through its spokesman, one Yerima Shetima,
had the nerve and effontry to accuse Afenifere and the Yoruba nation
of a "subtle campaign of ethnic cleansing" and went on to threaten us
with what they decribed as "reprisals against the millions of Yoruba
living in the north" if we did not stop complaining about the fact
that our people were slaughtered in Ile-Ife and that the police were
handling the whole matter in a selective, inappropiate and unjust
manner.

It is clear that this is not an empty threat because for the last two
weeks fake and horrendous videos and graphic pictures of what purport
to be the killings of Hausa Fulanis by the Yoruba and the people of
Ile-Ife are being circulated all over the internet and social media by
those that seek to promote anarchy, violence and carnage and those
that are set to kill.

This is not the time to escalate the tension and we must do all we can
to exercise restraint and keep the peace but clearly the stage is
being set by some in the north for ethnic pogroms and reprisals
against the Yoruba.

Yet we are not in the least bit perturbed and someone should advise
the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum and those that they represent that
pulling the tail of the tiger can be a very dangerous thing indeed.

Like Shakespeare's King Henry V once said they must "wake not our
sleeping sword lightly."

They and whoever sent them can be rest assured that the Yoruba are not
intimidated or deterred by their boastful threats and that we will
lose no sleep over their irresponsible and reckless words.

Whether they and their sponsors like it or not we shall continue to
complain and to protest and we eagerly await the full manifestation
and execution of their cold-blooded and unwarranted threat.

Yesterday evening the Arewa Consultative Forum itself, the body of
elders and leaders that speaks for the north, chose to stop hiding
behind their youths and waded into the ring.

They issued a formal statement, through one Muhammadu Ibrahim, who is
apparantly their spokesman, cautioning Yoruba elders and leaders not
to "give ethnic coloration to the Ile-Ife crises" and that if they
continued to do so they should be mindful of and ready for what he
described as "reprisal consequences".

This is yet another not so well-couched warning and veiled threat.
They have made their point and we have taken our stand. The next move
is theirs.

Meanwhile I find it curious that not one prominent voice from outside
Yorubaland, except for a handful of notable, insightful and deeply
courageous essayists and political commentators like Reno Omokri and
Jude Ndukwe, has spoken out against the evil and injustice that the
people of Ile-Ife have been subjected to by both the Hausa Fulani
community and the Nigerian Police Force.

It appears that the Yoruba have been left to carry their cross on
their own even though when the Fulani militants and herdsmen, or
indeed anyone else, commit genocide and mass murder against innocent
people in other parts of the country the Yoruba are always at the
forefront of speaking up for the victims.

Yet despite this wonderful quality of more often than not being our
brothers keeper, the people of the south west still harbour a number
of so-called leaders within their ranks who are more comfortable with
sleeping with the enemy than in defending or speaking up for their
own.

.

Permit me to give just one example. A few renegades from the
south-west, whom I regard as the enemy within and the sons of perfidy,
have complained that my two part essay on the Hausa Fulani and Yoruba
clash in Ile Ife (tltled "The Hausa Fulani, The Yoruba and The
Slaughter In Ile-Ife") was "too harsh" and that it may even have
"compounded the problem".

They also complained about the follow-up that I wrote to that article
titled "The Sons and Daughters Of Ile-Ife: Butchered, Paraded and Now
Prisoners Of War" which came out last week.

Frankly I am at a loss to comprehend their baseless concerns and
criticisms or appreciate their warped logic.

How can one "compound the problem" by speaking the bitter truth?

How can one "compound the problem" by resisting evil and standing up
for ones own?

How can one "compound the problem" by standing against tyranny and
ethnic domination?

How can one "compound the problem" by objecting to mass murder,
genocide, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity?

How can one "compund the problem" by pointing out that the Hausa
Fulani must stop killing other Nigerians wherever they go?

How can one can one "compound the problem" by saying that we refuse to
be sacrificial lambs or second class citizens in our own land?

How can one "compound the problem" by asserting that it is ungodly and
unacceptable for others to storm our territory, rape our women, burn
our homes, occupy our land, steal our farms, desecrate our places of
worship, kill our children and terrorise our people?

How can one "compound the problem" by contending that it is not only a
grave insult but also an affront to decency and justice that only the
Yoruba were arrested by the police after the carnage at Ile Ife even
though people from both sides were killed?

How can one "compound the problem" by rejecting the conspiracy of
silence, refusing to be a coward and saying "enough is enough?"

How can one "compound the problem" by saying that if the brutal
killings of our people does not stop that we will have no choice but
to reconsider being part of Nigeria and no qualms about exercising our
right of self-determination and thereby light the glorious flame of
the sovereign state and independent nation of Oduduwa?

Needless to say I offer no apology and neither do I have any regrets
for any of the things that I have said or written even if the
primitive and barely educated in our midst see things differently.

Some of the things they wrote, particularly in the pro-Government
newspapers and websites, were brought to my attention and frankly I
saw nothing but unadulterated rubbish.

I have never read so much puerile nonsense, infantile balderdash and
disjointed verbiage before in my entire life.



The traitors that joined hands with our collective enemies and led our
people into the jaws of death and the poisonous fangs of the ravenous
and insatiable Fulani monster still dont know who and what they are up
against or who and what they are dealing with.

They are slaves and cowards in body, spirit and soul. I have always
known that but what I didn't know is that they would also go as far as
to cast aspertions on the character and noble efforts of those of us
that are risking our lives and liberty by confronting the beast.

Instead of applauding us for doing what THEY ought to be doing they
are denigrating us and belittling our efforts.

They believe that if they say and do the right things the Hausa Fulani
will leave them alone and allow our people to live in peace. Little do
they know the monster.

They have also said that the area known as "Sabo" where the Hausa
Fulani live was the only place that their APC got votes in Ile-Ife
during the governorship and presidential elections.

Consequently they believe that they must protect the Hausa Fulanis
that live there and sacrifice the Yoruba.

People that reason, think and talk like that are evil. They are
nothing but vermin. They are scum and so are ALL those that share
their views.

They are traitors, cowards and cockroaches and they have sold the Ifes
and the Yoruba down the river.

They are playing politics with this grave and very serious issue
whilst the blood of their people is being shed and their traditional
rulers and sons and daughters are being falsely accused, detained and
locked up in distant and dingy underground cells.

They helped President Muhammadu Buhari to win power in 2015 yet they
have remained silent as his Hausa Fulani kinsmen have slaughtered
people ALL over the country in the last two years.

Not one word of objection or protest did they offer when confronted
with this monstrous outrage.

They even applauded and encouraged the killings and patted the
genocidal maniacs on the back.

When the beasts were done with the people of Southern Kaduna, Benue,
Enugu, Abia, Taraba, Delta, Plateau, Kogi, Kwara, Anambra, Imo, Edo,
Ebonyi and elsewhere and the same thing was done to their own Yoruba
kith and kin in Ile-Ife they were shocked beyond belief but they did
nothing except beg their Hausa Fulani friends.

They crawled and bowed before Rabiu Kwankwaso when he came to Ile Ife
to insult our people asking for compensation after the massacre.

They shivered and went on their knees before Abdulrahman Dambazau when
he came to Ile Ife to intimidate our people saying the Ifes must
behave themselves after the carnage.

They trembled and bowed before the Nigerian police when they paraded
our sons and daughters and a reverred traditional ruler before the
television cameras, labelled them as murderers and common criminals
and said they would prosecute them.

They clapped with joy and shouted "bravo" when the security and
intelligence agencies refused to arrest even ONE Hausa Fulani person
after they slaughtered and beheaded our people in the sanctity of
their own homes.

They sang and danced with joy and servile adoration when the northern
Inspector General of Police labelled the Yoruba as "criminals" and
attempted to justify the fact that no Hausa Fulani person was arrested
after the conflict.

Now they have been commissioned by the same Hausa Fulani-led
govermment to denigrate and insult those of us that have courageously
stood up, resisted the evil, exposed the truth, called the murderers
to order and encouraged our people to stand firm and stand tall.

What a useless heap of dung these cowardly animals are. It is no
wonder that so many people in our country WRONGLY label the Yoruba as
cowards that cannot be trusted in a fight.

They do not know that these cowardly dogs do not represent the Yoruba
but only their own stomachs.

The only thing that is worse than the evil agenda of those that
slaughter others at will in Nigeria are the slaves that are prepared
to work for them and destroy the destiny of millions of Yoruba for a
pittance.

Yet they can be rest assured of one thing: their plan to dampen our
enthusiasm, break our resolve and destroy our efforts will not work.

Whatever they do or say we shall continue to sensitise our people
about the great evil that confronts them today and we shall strengthen
our resolve to resist the Buhari administration's scurillous attempt
to break our will, intimidate our people and destroy our future. (TO
BE CONTINUED).

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Fwd: [africanworldforum] Christopher Okigbo Conference - Sept 2017: Call For Abstracts

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - BRILLIANT FORENSICS & THE REAL WAR >> FW: Fake News: The Unravelling of US Empire From Within | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

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Date: 29 March 2017 at 11:35:55 BST
To:  Michael Vickers <mvickers@mvickers.plus.com>
Subject: Fake News: The Unravelling of US Empire From Within | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

To My Brothers and Sisters; Cream of Intellect, Keepers of Conscience of Africa—This "Fake News" item is not slight. It is an important statement, by a highly-regarded World Authority on this and related matters, Prof John McMurtry, FRSC. I commend it to your attentions and serious thought. Immediately below are my own observations.  Baba m

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Brilliant Forensics & the Real War
Brilliant forensics on current rudiments of the real war that is raging; in fact has been quietly waged with savage ferocity for a long time. Only difference? Merely that the savage ferocity of it has been hugely stepped up.

And of course tis wonderfully designed for virtually all of Africa's entrenched governmental systems ensuring the rule of "Oligarchs in Perpetuity." Nigeria's recent former President Jonathan, is but one to have taken his place in the wondrous worldwide Club of Fellow Oligarchs—"Oligarchs United" (OU).  Superb and life-fulfilling for those stripping world assets; thus further expanding their hoards; just as it/ OU, is the continually strengthening agent of savage infancy, so far as the 98ers of this world—in both the so-called "developed" and "developing" world--are concerned.

Tis just that 98ers of Africa and the very sizeable developing world have few weapons/ resources to resist the merciless and continuing savagery of their oligarchs. And while in the developed world, there is still an intellectual and material base through which to resist, MCMURTRY here demonstrates this too is being relentlessly stripped. He shows how related forces seeking to defend Life Principles and the vital root of Life Values that are the active agents of Light in Life, are progressively eroded and neutralised, as the Curtain of Darkness relentlessly descends.

It is where we are at, worldwide. With the billionaire Trump in the White House/ this Magnificent Golden-Maned OAP as merely the most recent Captain of OU at the helm. Tis just that the pace of engagement and brutal assertion has been stepped up; with attendant ethics thus further validated and stepped up by fellow members of OU.

My oh my. Does sound like we're getting very close to Tyranny, the final stop in Aristotle's Cycle of Constitutions. And it's not happening to one or two Greek City States of Classical times. It's happening worldwide. And we all know where things go from there. 
There are times when it's a relief to be Elder. Certainly for the generations following, tis a Vesuvial Cauldron they face. Not pleasant. 

Of course for most of us in this List who are seasoned students of human and institutional change, none of this is any surprise. Tis the path we've been on for many 100s of years. Tis just that now the path is sharply steepening. And Prof MCMURTRY, the skilled surgeon who long ago expertly dissected and fully exposed our condition in his keynote/ era-shaping, brilliant book, The Cancer Stage of Capitalism is here merely providing us with clear and powerful reminders, that we're fully on track; right on the line of the projected path.

And yet, it all seems so bizarre, totally unreal as I tap out these early morning observations/ thoughts on this my iPad. All is silent in this Sussex countryside. Only the gentle patter on my window of an early Spring shower providing Life Nurture for trees, shrubs, and all the living countryside, suddenly releasing into vibrant growth sprays of floral white and cream; of pinks and yellows and lavenders and blues and purples of varying exquisite shades. It is of course England, and the words of the poet Robert Browning come to mind, "Oh to be in England, now that Spring is here." And truly here in deepest Sussex, it is indeed very fresh and green and floral and magical. And I am reminded there are more powerful forces, more resonant beats and rhythms, in the lands, the living things, the seasons as in their millennial cycles, they move on, in no great hurry; indeed by vastly more powerful forces than the regular alarums stirred by our humankind; savage infants that we are, with our sharp-honed modern Savage Rulers, as Leaders of our respective Packs. 

There is however a difference today.  In our not-so-long millennial past of those 10,000 years we've been living in our Socially Ordered Groups; our oligarchs could execute vast and terrible acts, and command our participation to "defend" pronounced interests; and in doing so making us "Patriot Parties" to repeat slaughter of millions of "declared enemies". This of course was regular time-repeated world-round. Oligarchs declaimed; and 98ers, the celebrated "Heroic Patriot Parties"— a "Land Fit for Heroes" and all that— died in their millions for the pronounced "Cause" of their Oligarch; which seldom went further in un-declared object than replenishing/ further swelling the oligarchical purse and property holdings. 

Well, to a degree, the same pattern persists today. Mr Trump, as I write, is conferring with Military leaders, Defence Contractors, leading Financial and Commercial/ Market elements/ and other Billionaire friends with large interests and networks of powerful and influential friends, who/ which country/ perhaps Region; they are deliberating on WHO is to be the next selected/ chosen enemy? After all, at the very least, all those vast military encampments/ bases throughout the 50 states of America, run up big bills; and these bills need to be paid. Only one way to do that: war on a selected "enemy" which has resources to be "liberated", assets to be stripped. And of course lots of employment, for those otherwise forgotten folk; folk on the margins of life; 98ers of the vast, alarmingly deprived and shambolic, largely empty spaces of Middle America. All are keen supporters of the new man in the White House. And, as you can see, for good reason.

So yes, we're still fully on the customary blood-letting round.

But, as MCMURTRY reminds us, things in this game are different from the old days. Modernity has provided tools and associated opportunity whereby war on a scale imaginable only in sci-fi, is today a reality. The spoils/ resources stripped and stolen, are immense. The increasing cost/ damage to lives and living of the world's 98ers, accelerating as oligarchs relentlessly extend, deepen and tighten their ring.
And always lurking, always threatening like the ever-hanging Sword of Damocles over us, is the Nuclear Reality—with Bacterial and Chemical options and back-up. it takes but a pressed button; and not necessarily by Peter Sellars' "Dr Strangelove."

It is a reality. It can happen at any moment. And all the millennial rhythms of our planetary seasons will be as nought. Whether it's Trump, maybe Putin; or merely some minor Oligarch, elected via genuine, 100% American-guaranteed system of "Free and Fair", "Democratic" elections, who in a raging temper stirred by his next-door oligarch, pushes the button on the store of WMD weaponry his country has had tucked away, since acquisition in those fruitful days of the "Fall of the (Berlin) Wall," in 1989, and collapse of the Soviet Union. Many unknown, unrecorded, purchases of lethal "suitcases" were made in those balmy days. Their location today? Unknown.

So there we have it. The point of this rhetorical mini-ramble? What MCMURTRY is doing is reminding us, that silent and lovely as fine countryside everywhere may be; we'd best wake up. The forces operating at a deeper level are growing; the "waters beneath the earth" are deepening/ quickening in pace/ with intermittent surface breakthroughs and contingent alarms, as Authorities struggle to contain them. They threaten obliteration, total and complete. It is time for action.
Ah, but there's the catch. What kind of action, directed by who, and where, and when?

I look out my office window. Tis still raining. Gentle curtains of grey, slanting in from the west. More profusions of delicate pink and cream released in the wood beyond.

And everything is quite silent.

All best,  Baba Mike



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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Dino the Menace

Buhari also in 2015 did not show the secondary school certificate supposedly issued to him or a credible legal instrument indicating loss of the said certificate, yet some Nigerian Intellectuals opined that it did not matter and Buhari contested the Presidential election, won and a precedence was set.

Dino Melaye walked on the plank provided by that precedence.

CAO.

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One of the good things about having your friends in government in Nigeria is that while your fellow suspects are being arrested for corruption, colloquium is being organized in your "honour".

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Open Letter to Buhari

Moving Nigeria Forward: Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari

 

28th March 2017

 

Mr. President, we are a group of Northern non-partisan academics and public intellectuals who wish to share our concerns on a number of issues facing the nation. In so doing, our only intention is to be helpful to your Administration, which we believe is sincerely committed towards taking Nigeria further along the path of positive change and the improvement of lives and livelihoods of Nigerians.

 

First, our warm congratulations on your improved health, following your health vacation to London. We wish you rapid and complete recovery.

 

Second, we wish to congratulate you on your resolute war against terrorism and corruption, both of which have had considerable success. It is important that your government builds on this success to broaden the scope of change.

 

The struggle for economic recovery has had more mixed results and quite frankly, there is consensus in the country that your economic management team simply does not have the capacity to meet the nation's expectations. The recent publication of the economic recovery and growth plan after 20 months in office is an indication of the team's lethargy even if it is a significant step in the right direction and provides important indications of what needs to be done.

 

We are aware that many people of goodwill have made suggestions to you that are similar to the ones in this letter but our hope is that as more people make the same suggestions, you are more likely to take them seriously.

Mr. President, Nigerians voted for you because they believed your promise of good governance and cleansing the political arena of the corrupt, vile and self-serving persons who had previously ruled our country. Today, Nigerians are worried that many such people remain in government. It is important to note that in governing, statesmen are obliged to practice the type of politics that would work for both sustaining the result-oriented political coalition that produced victory and indeed expanding the coalition. The end game however is to produce the dividends of democracy. In this pursuit, the public must be continually assured that Government is on the right track. Success emanates from producing the results of improved and more secure lives of citizens.

Mr. President, in politics, sustaining the loyalty of the political coalition that won the election is always important. You are lucky to have charisma and your thinking might be that this charisma would be sufficient to carry you to the Promised Land. Charisma, it will be recalled, is the authority of the extraordinary and personal gift of grace that breeds personal devotion and personal confidence in followers. It is important to point out however that history is replete with examples in which charisma fails because there is no political machine or process to sustain it. Mr. President, you are very well aware that your charisma actually has geographical limits and what produced victory in 2015 is not the charisma-inspired following of your base, which has sustained support for you throughout your political career but extending this political support to areas where your charisma is limited. It is for this reason that sustaining the alliance that produced the APC is crucial.

Mr. President, it appears that you have kept the large coterie of 'professional politicians' - who worked hard, invested resources and mobilised to get you into power - at arms length. We understand the logic that would make an honest person act in this way. If your intention is not to work with politicians, the question you should ask yourself is, 'What is the alternative?' Simply refusing to act cannot be the alternative. The effect would be for many constituencies to lose hope in the future and that could be very dangerous. It is for this reason that we urge you to take this advice seriously.

Major Concerns

1)   The internecine and open fights between some leading members of your security team is threatening national cohesion and is destabilising the ability of government to work in concert. It is well known that when different security agencies are competing against each other and subverting themselves, it is the security of the nation that suffers.

2)   The narrow base of your close advisers is giving the impression that you are running a closed government in a political environment that requires a participatory approach of all relevant stakeholders. Nigeria is a large country and has a complex history with a commitment to federal governance. Regular engagement with a broad section of stakeholders would significantly improve the quality of governance.

3)   There appears to be no political strategy to your engagement with your own political party, the APC and the National Assembly. As preparations for the next round of elections pick up pace, your Administration needs a strong political team to help you achieve your objectives.

4)   As you approach the mid-term of your mandate, your legislative agenda needs to be pursued with more pace and vigour. There are at least three urgent issues. The first is the reduction of the cost of governance through carrying out legislation that would address some of the issues raised in the Oronsanye Report and a new RMFAC formula, which would scale down remunerations of political office holders. The Second is the Petroleum Industry Bill, which candidate Buhari had promised would be prioritized within the first quarter of the Administration. Finally, legislation is necessary to strengthen the anti-corruption agencies. 

5)   Corruption appears to have tainted some of your leading subalterns and maintaining them in office gives the impression that you support corruption within your circle. The significant success you have achieved in the anti-corruption arena is being undermined by this impression.

6)   There are an incredible number of vacancies in your Administration two years after your election. It is imperative that you fill them immediately so that you have competent people to pursue the implementation of the programmes for which you were elected.

7)   Regular communication with Nigerians should be an important part of the Administration's style of governance. The impression so far is that the President rarely talks with Nigerians and presidential spokespeople appear to talk without full consultation with their principal, often finding themselves on the wrong side of what the President believes. Nigerians often hear the President reveal information during foreign visits and it is simply respect for citizens that the President should talk to them more often.

 

Recommendations

I.               Stop the internal war among your security team and remove those who are unwilling to do their work in a loyal manner and are spending all their energies fighting others

II.             Make an effort to appoint more advisers, formal and informal from wider circles, and open up to other ideas and suggestions that would improve national cohesion.

III.            Appoint a high-powered team of economic advisers that can create coherence and synergy as well as guide the economic recovery plan.

IV.          Appoint a high-powered team of political advisers that would guide the process of revamping your party and develop your political plans and strategy. The political team should also have the capacity of developing a modus operandi of working successfully with the National Assembly to pursue your legislative agenda.

V.            Act decisively to get rid of your ministers and officials who have been tainted with engagement in acts of corruption.

VI.          All vacancies in ministerial positions, boards, agencies and departments should be filled immediately.

VII.         Develop a schedule for regular television appearances and town hall meetings to brief citizens directly on the conduct of government business.

Sincerely

Prof Massaud Omar

Dr. Abubakar Siddique Mohammed

Comrade John Odah

Prof Jibrin Ibrahim

Mallam Y. Z. Ya'u

Mr. Chom Bagu

Prof Mustaha Gwadabe

Dr. Chris Kwaja

Mallam Ibrahim Muazzam

Mallam Auwal Musa Rafsanjani

Dr. Yohanna Kagoro Gandu

Prof Abfulkadir Adamu

Dr. Salihu Zubairu Mustapha

Mallam Danladi Aliyu

Mallam Abubakar Ibrahim

Dr. El Harun Muhammad

 

Professor Jibrin Ibrahim
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