Why is it possible for a gang of riff-raffs masquerading as Fulani herdsmen armed with AK-47 to traverse thousands of kilometers from their abode in the far North-West, to camp in the forests of the Middle Belt and the South, and start invading Negroid communities, raping women, killing innocent citizens, displacing millions of others who now live in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps and taking over their towns while millions of other Negroes including Professors and others clutching tightly to pieces of papers as certificates claiming to be educated are cringing, shivering, and shaking like scoundrels and cannot defend themselves because they are scared of one Fulani chief warrior in Abuja, Muhammadu Buhari, who is shielding the rampaging herdsmen, watching mischievously to see those who dare to challenge his kinsmen.
Now, there are various reasons why black people are easily enslaved or sold their own people into slavery and we shall bring them to the fore as time permits. What a better way to start this series than to draw attention to scathing description of Negroes by 18th century Arab slave trader, Mehtma Mohammed, who sold hundreds if not thousands of Negroes into slavery, buying the slaves most probably from Negroid traditional rulers, Fulani and other Arabs.
According to Mehtma Mohammed: “These black creatures were born to be in perpetual servitude and were ordained by God to be our slaves forever. They are lazy, greedy, stupid, godless, dirty and most important of all, they are cowards. When you put the whip to them and line them up, they will do anything for you. They and their African brothers who sell them to us have no sense of collective purpose and they think nothing of killing and selling their own kinsmen for a pittance.”
“They have no god and they have no interest in dying for or fighting for anything which is outside their daily feeding. They are docile, lazy, dirty and stupid and that is why I have made so much money from selling them. The most gratifying thing is that even if one of the groups shows signs of any potential or hope of being able to be a great leader to the others, they are the ones that will expose him, report him and destroy him just for a few morsels from my table.”
Is Sunday Igboho, Namdi Kalu, etc, listening? When you fight to free the Negroes from slavery, you are on your own because they will betray you once the oppressors give or promise to give them something to eat. This excessive greed of black people that makes it impossible for most of them to say no to food even when it is laced with poison, is the greatest undoing of the Negroid race.
Mehtma Mohammed continues: “They (blacks) present no danger to us. They are as harmless and fearful as puppies and they only growl like dogs at each other and to no one else. We will shame them, trade them, own them and rule them forever.”
Is this disparaging description of the Negroes of the 18th century corresponds to the behavior of most blacks in this 21st century? In particular, just assess what is happening today in Nigeria, the most populous black country on planet earth, where a handful of Fulani are rampaging, ravaging, and pillaging the entire landscape while millions of Negroes, the owners of the land, are scampering for cover in their own communities.
But can Negroid youths of today in Nigeria, for instance, develop the boldness and courage to transcend the slave mentality of their forebears including contemporary political elites and organize to free themselves and future generations from the strangulating hold of Fulani internal colonialism? Only time will tell.