Nigeria : 'Africa's biggest Jesus statue' unveiled in Nigeria

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[QUOTE="Babasola, post: 938038, member: 47621" With all the Traditional Heroes and Heroines the build a statue of a foreigner.

No wonder the Orisa turn their backs from them /QUOTE] EXACTLY, doesn’t erecting a so truly massive sculpture depicting our African brother Yeshuah [with according to Scripture skin like burnished brass and hair like lambs wool] as a Caucasian/White icon in Abajah highlight to the whole planet, the so easily verifiable FACTS with regard to the so very spiritually and intellectually crippled totally lost and confused state of the so consistently clueless Coloured, Black NEGROBOTS running/misruling our communities and countries in Africa generally, Nigeria specifically?

Isn’t this statue an obvious disaster, who commissioned and paid for it, and which politician sanctioned this MADNESS as it seems that even within the very organizations/groups aspiring to lead our communities and countries forward in the 21st century, aren't even our alleged luminaries/ intelligentsia STILL so very obviously trapped in their alleged “BLACKNESS/ the NEGROBOT zone” as opposed to being anywhere near being debriefed enough to be consciously embracing their African ethnicity?

The truly critical factor here how WE consciously discern our religious icons/view and label ourselves as opposed to how the rest of Humanity generally, the melanin deficient VERMIN/ literally MAD’s/MUTANT ALBINO DEFECTIVES [and their lackeys cohorts of varying ethnic origins/hues] specifically, who have been dominating/decimating everyone and thing on this planet for over 2000 years now, choose to tag us?


Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
 
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Now many Black children are going to pray on their knees to that nine-metre "godly" Caucasian-looking statue. Utterly disgusting.
 
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[QUOTE="Babasola, post: 938038, member: 47621" With all the Traditional Heroes and Heroines the build a statue of a foreigner.

No wonder the Orisa turn their backs from them /QUOTE] EXACTLY, doesn’t erecting a so truly massive sculpture depicting our African brother Yeshuah [with according to Scripture skin like burnished brass and hair like lambs wool] as a Caucasian/White icon in Abajah highlight to the whole planet, the so easily verifiable FACTS with regard to the so very spiritually and intellectually crippled totally lost and confused state of the so consistently clueless Coloured, Black NEGROBOTS running/misruling our communities and countries in Africa generally, Nigeria specifically?

Isn’t this statue an obvious disaster, who commissioned and paid for it, and which politician sanctioned this MADNESS as it seems that even within the very organizations/groups aspiring to lead our communities and countries forward in the 21st century, aren't even our alleged luminaries/ intelligentsia STILL so very obviously trapped in their alleged “BLACKNESS/ the NEGROBOT zone” as opposed to being anywhere near being debriefed enough to be consciously embracing their African ethnicity?

The truly critical factor here how WE consciously discern our religious icons/view and label ourselves as opposed to how the rest of Humanity generally, the melanin deficient VERMIN/ literally MAD’s/MUTANT ALBINO DEFECTIVES [and their lackeys cohorts of varying ethnic origins/hues] specifically, who have been dominating/decimating everyone and thing on this planet for over 2000 years now, choose to tag us?

[QUOTE="LookingForward, post: 939262, member: 56358" Now many Black children are going to pray on their knees to that nine-metre "godly" Caucasian-looking statue. Utterly Disgusting. /QUOTE] Isn't it truly bizarre that our leadership STILL allow this sort of NONSENSE to happen in our countries in the 21st century, that the so many of the so tragically LOST and confused individuals in our communities do things like this/think nothing of highlighting their completely CLUELESS BLACK NEGROBOT status to the whole planet by creating a religious icon for their people that looks like this?

Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
 
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