Segos Pumpkin ormaahleechar nm, this one may take some time and i will probably need to do more than one post on this one if i am going to look at the issues objectively without leaving any stone un-turned.

again, it sort of seems that
( .. perhaps i am wrong ? .. )  
when some blokes interact via the internet or in real life with beautiful ladies, they tell the ladies all sorts of lies and falsehoods so that the lady will be impressed with them and not stop interacting with them.

Resego nnmaah nm, i am not going to run that way.
i am going to tell you what it is the way i see it.

also, as those wicked happenstances raised a whole lot of direct and collateral issues e.g

● the wars among the tribes of the Congo, Central Africa

● in Nigeria, Western Africa, the killings of ibo/igbo tribe persons in hausa tribe areas and fulani tribe areas, etc of Northern Nigeria
.. according to rumours since 1940?

.. on international world record since the 1966? xenophobia, ethnic-cleansing, genocide, pogrom, holocaust killings against ibos/igbos and other (south-easterners) preceding the 1967 – 1970 Biafra War / Nigeria Civil War,

.. and sporadically since after the end of the Biafra War / Nigeria Civil War in 1970
( ref : Akaluka? an igbo/ibo tribe man rumoured to have been be-headed / killed right inside a police station / police station prison cell in Northern Nigeria )
{ some reference links :
[1] https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/beheading-stirs-nigerian-tension-1596448.html
[2] https://apnews.com/article/9eb43588589846709c6b3d7c935e837a
[3] https://www.pambazuka.org/human-security/kano-blasphemy-killing-where-justice-bridget-agbahime }

● the ethnic-cleansing? killings among the Hutus and Tutsis of Rwanda, Eastern? Africa

● etc, etc, etc

and Resego baby, my dear, going into all of that

and then relating it to the Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa black people’s country-cleansing?, xenophobia, genocide, pogrom, holocaust killings aaginst black Africans from other black Africa countries living and working in the Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa, etc

and then drawing inferences and conclusions from all of that

is going to require some sort of general over-view putting together of events and happenstances

and then a narrowing down specifically to the Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa anti-black persons from other black Africa countries negative events

all of which will ordinarily take some time and energy to get done.

so, Resego nnkeh nm, i am going to avoid a lengthy dissertation here and now and just sort of say the key things the way i see them in some sort of a nut-shell.

to START :

it is actually a very bad development and a very dangerous development that when white, caucasian aryan Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa citizens were
de-humanising,
raping,
maiming,
killing,
murdering,
terrorizing
black Negro Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa citizens under the PRINCIPLE, POLICY and PRACTICE OF APARTHEID ●→→→

Why I attempted suicide - Nnamdi Azikiwe - P.M. News
Dr. Nnamdi Benjamin Azikiwe. a native of the ibo / igbo tribe of South-Eastern Nigeria is widely acclaimed to be the originator and author of the philosopy, practice and principle of PAN-AFRICAN-ISM. ( PAN AFRICANISM ). he served as Nigeria’s first president from 1960 to 1966 in a government headed by the Fulani tribe Northern Nigerian Alhaji Sir Tafewa Balewa as Nigeria’s first prime minister and de facto head of government

( Apartheid may be defined as the philosophy, principle and practice of keeping the black race apart from mixing with white people except as tortured and oppressed sub-human creatures whose lives are worth-less and can be terminated at any time by the white people who are free to inflict as much pain as possible on the black people generally as a normal, standard, accepted everyday way of doing things and particularly in the process of terminating their lives )

●→→→ many black Africa citizens of other black Africa countries who were then economically better off than the black South Africans
and
who were also citizens of black Africa countries where black folks were ruling themselves
unlike the black South Africans then who were then still colonized i.e still governed i.e still ruled by what is/was essentially a mix of Dutch/the Netherlands/Holland persons, England/UK persons and other whites
( ref : Afrikaans – the language, Soweto, the Sharpeville Massacre, etc ) ●→→→

File:Kwame nkrumah.jpg - Wikipedia
Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, widely believed to be a protege of Nigeria’s Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe served as Ghana’s first president and was an advocate and apostle of PAN-AFRICANISM

●→→→ helped in any way they could as individual persons ( e.g by contributing whatever small amounts they had to the purse which was sent to the persons/groups fighting against apartheid and for the freedom/independence of the black people then in the Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa )
in addition to
the efforts made by the governments of their countries e.g Nigeria, etc

and then when things got better for the blacks of the Republic of South Africa
and around about which same time era, incidentally, things got worse economically for most of these citizens of other black Africa countries in their own black, Africa countries
e.g
Zimbabwe, Ghana, Zambia, Nigeria, etc

causing these black Africans to leave their own black Africa countries in
Western Africa, Eastern Africa and Central Africa
to go to the Republic of South Africa, Southern Africa to seek succour and economic sustenance,

it was actually their fellow blacks from Republic of Southern Africa

NOT INDIANS, NOT WHITE FOLKS, NOT ARABS

that went about
beating them up,
burning them alive and burning their properties,
harassing them to leave RSA or get killed.

( Resego nnkeh nm, i guess Google can help us source videos and write-ups detailing these incidents on the internet )

( some reference links : [1] https://www.channel4.com/news/durban-south-africa-xenophobic-race-riot-migrants ( 15 April, 2015. Burnt alive : violence against migrants in South Africa )

( this video was sourced from the internet where the post had the accompanying legends : March 11, 2014. South African police brutality caught on camera #BBCtrending – BBC News. Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews A video showing a Nigerian man being brutally attacked by uniformed police in South Africa has sparked public outrage and prompted a heated discussion about the country’s attitudes towards immigrants. #BBCtrending investigates )

[2] http://www.hlrn.org/news.php?title=South-Africa:-Vengeful-Burning-of-Migrant-Homes&id=p2lkaQ==#.YAxegNyJJdg ( 21 February, 2017. Vengeful Burning of Migrant Homes )

( this video was sourced from the internet where the post had the accompanying legends : September 4, 2019. South Africa: Five people killed in xenophobic attacks, dozens of businesses burned and looted. Subscribe to France 24 now. Five people have been killed in a surge of xenophobic violence in South Africa, police said on Tuesday, as President Cyril Ramaphosa vowed to clamp down and the African Union, Nigeria and Zambia condemned the attacks.)

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