Sunday , December 17 2017


Many of you may have seen this interview but let me post it here before I make my point.

INTERVIEWER: Why are blacks so behind Economically?
JEWISH LEADER: The only aspect blacks understand is Consumption. Blacks don’t understand the importance of building wealth.

The fundamental rule is to keep your money within your racial group. We build Jewish business, hire Jewish, buy Jewish and spend Jewish.

There is nothing wrong with that but it is a basic rule blacks cannot comprehend and follow;

“He kills his fellow blacks daily instead of wanting to see his fellow black do well” 93% of blacks killed in America are by other blacks.

Their leaders steal from their people and send the money back to their colonial master from whom they borrow the same money from.

Every successful black want to spend his money in the country of his colonial masters.

They go on holiday abroad, buy houses abroad, school abroad etc instead of spending this money in their own country to benefit their people.

Statistics show that the Jew’s money exchanges hands 18 times before leaving his community while for blacks it is probably a maximum of once or even zero.

Only 6% of black money goes back into their community. This is why Jews are at the top and blacks are at the bottom of every ladder of society.

Instead of buying Louis Vuitton, Hermes, expensive cars, shoes, houses, dresses etc, blacks could industralize Africa, build banks and get rid of colonial institutions by putting them out of business.

INTERVIEWER: Your thoughts on failure of blacks after 150yrs?

JEWISH LEADER: Well, nothing is ever the blackmans fault. His compulsive habit of killing his own, compulsive material consumption.

His inability to build businesses or preserve wealth are usually somebody else’s fault.

INTERVIEWER: So what can blacks do to liberate themselves

JEWISH LEADER: Blacks must take responsibility. Blacks must unite.

And vehemently fight corrupt leaders who run down their country and run to IMF as though IMF is father Christmas


I really do not know how to go about what I want to say right now because there are so many things on my mind. I did not really also know how to write it, If i should write this in form of a distant formal speech or I should just pour out my mind the way it is pinching me. I decided to do the latter to write from my heart and not in a distant formal speech to black people, perhaps you would understand me and I hope I touch a life.

I saw the above interview on the Internet and then I remembered President Donald Trump supposedly racist speech during his campaign. Looking down at the comments I saw loads of tags #blacklivesmatter and Insults upon Insult. I realized it was okay for a black person to make racist comment but when a white person does otherwise it is a big crime. In fact the blacks are more racist this days and the whites are supposed to ignore us, The type of ignorance you give to a whining child who is hitting you because you know that you cannot hit a child . Blacks have made so many racist comments against President Trump but the day you speak a word about President Barack Obama, You are the racist of the century. I could relate this attitude of ours to effects of colonialism and slavery. Slavery is the greatest tragedy that should never have happened but it did and how long should we whine?

I personally and sincerely  find the #blacklivesmatter movement very dumb because If I am a master, the only time I can respect my servant is when the servant quits being a servant and I start to see the servant as a rival. You do not ask people for your life to matter, damn! you make your life matter.  8 years ago when Barack Obama was voted into power , I was just 12 years old then but while reading the paper about the first black president of the most powerful country in the world. I told my sister that blacks would leverage the opportunity, struggle to get into governmental positions and stop living the life of crime but I was wrong.  Perhaps President Barack Obama did not support black Americans enough or black Americans did not make good use of the formal president, I don’t know which one. I think #blacklivesmatter movement should be telling us that we should make our lives matter than telling them to make our lives matter. America is no longer in that bad situation that a black man cannot get to the top.

Our lives cannot matter if majority of the blacks in the United states are pushing drugs. Our lives cannot matter if black countries remain undeveloped. Our lives cannot matter if we are irrelevant and a nuisance to the society. Our lives would start to matter if more blacks in the United States stopped living a life of crime , went to school , made more scientific inventions and contributed positively to the environment. Our lives would matter if African youths united solely because of our blood sucking leaders. Our lives would start to matter when the whites start to see us as rivals and not minors begging to stop being maltreated.


If they do not give you jobs, you create your own Jobs. In my place we have a saying ‘Onye kwere, chi ya ekwe’ – If you say yes, your personal god would say yes too.  I come from the Igbo tribe in Nigeria and My tribe has thought me that No man or Nation has the monopoly of success. Indeed a black nation can one day be among developed countries. We fought the Nigerian government and British government(after we declared the Republic of Biafra) and in that short time created our own bombs. A war the British government predicted would end in 2weeks stretched to 3 years. By the end of the war we who was once the most successful tribe in Nigeria became the poorest tribe in Nigeria but Igbos who refer themselves to Jews of Africa needed  just a few years to get back to their feet. In Nigeria today despite severe marginalization from the Nigerian government, the Igbos are still in leading sectors in the country and most importantly successful businessmen. We have built our schools when they government refused to build for us. I don’t know your tribe story but perhaps black people can draw strength from mine and understand that we cannot always be at the bottom.


To migrated Africans, Rich or poor who had rather remain a nuisance in western countries than returning to your countries.

Your life would never matter because It is not your home

No  one would make your home better but you

No one gets out of all this alive so why do not you make your life relevant by being a revolutionist for your country so that we can sweep out these bad eggs ruinning our country together.


I have often fondled with the idea or rather an image of an association of youths in various African countries. In my imaginations, these youths are hungry, selfless , angry and fearless. They have been equipped with a broom to sweep out bad leaders from our shores and make posterity happy. If you do not know! we have been colonized a second time but this time by dirty old greedy men, who has turned our coffers to their treasury and do not care in the least how we survive. If we let posterity suffer what we are suffering, posterity would curse us. Revolution is not easy but it is very possible.



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About Amaka

I am a graduate of English and literature, a great listener and a gifted life coach. I am not afraid to be bluntly honest.

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