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Monday, 7 November 2016

BIAFRA: TWO UNDISPUTED LEADERS -- VICTORY FOR NNAMDI KANU AND DONALD J TRUMP WILL LIBERATE THE WORLD FROM DARKNESS

BIAFRA:  TWO UNDISPUTED LEADERS -- VICTORY FOR NNAMDI KANU AND DONALD J TRUMP WILL LIBERATE THE WORLD FROM DARKNESS

By Kings J.V Chibuzor
For Family Writers

As we all know and have seen the situation of America and that of Nigeria where tyrannosaurus and hitlers have taken over power. The regime of president Barack Obama of America who have secretly been causing Christians in America and all over the world all sorts of subjugations by implementing the sharia law which abstruse the right of Christians in America, this has brought terrorism in the country. In Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari proved that he is the tyranny and hitler of the highest order.

Muhammadu Buhari previously committed a treasonable crime which the incompetent and Corrupt leading bodies in Nigeria neglected and went ahead to elect him into power. Now, he has continued where he stopped by commencing on killings and committing crimes against humanity, he has placed the laws and constitution of the country into his hands. He is now the chief judge of every Nigeria court, he is now the person deciding the faith of all the court hearing in Nigeria which recently lead to all the judges and lawyers in the country embarking on a massive protest, telling president Muhammadu Buhari to obey the court orders and release all the prisoners that have been granted bail by court orders most especially Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra and the director of radio Biafra who is been held by the Nigerian government despite been granted bail by two courts sitting in Abuja.

He was arrested for exercising self determination which is under United Nations (UN) law, for every Indigenous People to exercise.

The UN law states:
The Declaration on Friendly Relations reiterates that "all peoples" have the right to self-determination and identifies two purposes which will achieved by its realization: 1) promoting friendly relations and co-operation among States and 2) bringing a speedy end to colonialism. No definition of peoples is offered, and neither of the purposes suggests that one of the goals of self-determination is to provide every ethnically distinct people with a state.  The resolution reaffirms that self-determination may be achieved through independence, free association, or integration, as well as through "the emergence into any other political status freely determined by a people."

1. Incorporation into the Charter of the United Nations5 The principle of self-determination was invoked on many occasions during World War II. It was also proclaimed in the Atlantic Charter (Declaration of Principles of 14 August 1941), in which President Roosevelt of the United States and Prime Minister Churchill of the United Kingdom declared, inter alia, that they desired to see ‘no territorial changes that do not accord with the freely expressed wishes of the peoples concerned’ (Principle 2 Atlantic Charter), that they respected ‘the right of all peoples to choose the form of government under which they will live’ (Principle 3 Atlantic Charter) and that they wished to see ‘sovereign rights and self-government restored to those who have been forcibly deprived of them’ (Principle 3 Atlantic Charter). The provisions of the Atlantic Charter were restated in the Declaration by United Nations (United Nations (UN)) signed on 1 January 1942, in the Moscow Declaration of 1943 and in other important instruments of the time.6 Ultimately, the provisions of the Atlantic Charter had a considerable influence on the work of the San Francisco Conference of 1945 where the concept of self-determination took shape and was incorporated into the United Nations Charter (‘UN Charter’). Art. 1 UN Charter states that it is one of the purposes of the UN to ‘develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take other appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace’.

2. In Chapter IX UN Charter on International Economic and Social Cooperation, Art. 55 UN Charter lists several goals the organization should promote in the spheres of economics, education, culture, and human rights with a view, as is noted in the introductory clause, ‘to the creation of conditions of stability and well-being which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples’. The UN Charter also implicitly refers to the principle of self-determination in the part concerning colonies and other dependent territories. Art. 73 UN Charter affirms that members of the United Nations which have or assume responsibilities for the administration of territories whose peoples have not yet attained a full measure of self-government recognize the principle that the interests of the inhabitants of these territories are paramount, and accept as a sacred trust the obligation to promote to the utmost, within the system of international peace and security established by the present Charter, the well-being of the inhabitants of these territories.7 Furthermore, Art. 76 (b) UN Charter provides that one of the basic objectives of the trusteeship system is to promote the ‘progressive development’ of the inhabitants of the trust territories towards ‘self-government or independence’, taking into account, inter alia, ‘the freely expressed wishes of the peoples concerned’ (see also United Nations Trusteeship System).8 In trying to assess the legal significance of these provisions it should not be assumed that the concept of self-determination became a legally binding principle of conventional international law by the mere fact of its incorporation into the UN Charter. Although the provisions concerning non-self-governing and trust territories entail binding international obligations, the general principles of self-determination and of equal rights of peoples, which in the formula used by the UN Charter appear to be two component elements of the same concept, seem to be too vague and also too complex to entail specific rights and obligations. In particular, the UN Charter neither supplies an answer to the question as to what constitutes a ‘people’ nor does it lay down the content of the principle. In the absence of any concrete definition, and taking into account the highly various facts of international life, it cannot realistically be interpreted, applied or implemented like a legal norm and thus primarily possesses a very strong moral and political force in guiding the organs of the UN in the exercise of their powers and functions. This interpretation is supported by the fact that self-determination is conceived in the text of Art. 1 UN Charter as one among several possible ‘measures to strengthen universal peace’ and, in order to fulfil its instrumental function, must therefore be of a highly flexible nature.

Now, we are hoping for the upcoming victory of two almighty leaders come 8th of November 2016, Donald Trump who is campaigning to restore back the dignity of America and make the world a better place, He will triumph been the president of America because one of the characteristics of a good leader is leadership by example, he has given all the examples needed that Obama and Hillary Clinton can't present. Secondly, leadership by act, he says the truth and do the truth no matter how hard it is, which is the key behind every successful human being.

This tension between genuine values and openness of mind is the defining characteristic of true leadership. It is a great tension. Like balancing on a high wire, it compels us to act. Or else we fall.Without this tension, leaders never develop any of the following: Responsibility and Creativity should they? There’s no reason for them to, remember? It’s only when your ideology is failing to enact your values.You begin to understand that true responsibility isn’t just to your ideology – but to your values. And finally, you develop creativity by going beyond mere ideology, creating truly novel ways to bring your genuine values to fruition. Our leaders today aren’t quite capable of any of that. The tension of real leadership isn’t in them. That is why they aren’t crossing the high wire, but falling off it – and taking us down with them.We desperately need not just better but truer ones like Donald Trump. His passion for freedom, good federalism and nationalism in line with Nnamdi Kanu will bring forth victory come 8th of November which is a must because the creator of the heavens and the earth knows it.

8th of November will be the court hearing of Nnamdi Kanu, Who Buhari instructed to hold his court hearing date the same day the ECOWAS COURT of justice sitting in Abuja will pass the final judgment, I have never in my life time seen this kind of catastrophic act by a sitting democratic President trying to hinder judgment of the ECOWAS court by every means possible.
We know and believe that there is nothing hidden under the sun, you cannot hide the truth and neither you can't suppress it from prevailing.  And come 8th of November, America citizens will decide their faith on Election Day. Donald Trump is going to be a great president and he will make America and the world at large great again.

Edited by Somto okonkwo
For family writers

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