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Saturday, January 28, 2012

2012 and more

yeah what 2012 and action, 2012 and direct action, 2012 and culture, 2012 and drugs, 2012 and crime, 2012 and each of the industrys, 2012 and capitalist illusions, 2012 and climate catastrophe, 2012 and emancipation, 2012 and xenophobism, 2012 and disarmament, 2012 and hereditary despots, 2012 and guided democracys, 2012 and boko haram?

really don't know where to start.

boko haram?

seems like a usefull topic. jonathan opened up for negotiations. now that is reason for carefullness.

nigeria is a us client, because of the oil. the typical thing would be to blame islamism. up in the north, in the maghreb there are a few desolate islamic desert tribes, that once persisted on trading stufss trhough and thro said magreb, but these days have difficulty paying their satelite internetties and wider universitary tutelage from the incomes.

so thats easy, blame the difference, tell people those are insane fanaticals, kill a couple of people with bombs or other means, and.. the mullahs are to blame.

wich mullahs is a second, in this case it would be the sunnite ones that give the shia minoritys such a hard time. you would say there we have iran riot in the middle, an ideal partner..

shiism is a bit boko haram ofcourse, i don't quite get the peculiars but it has ado with the old fashioned rites and refering of several uncles of prophets who are not really, or perhaps it just doesn't matter, as important as uncles of prophets happen to be sometimes, for other mullahs.

so it may be a point, who is the prophet so to say, but it won't solve a thing.

nigeria is a staled faith, is the problem. it used to be you send out a white bishop every once and a while, to enjoy theirselves with the little sizzies, that would keep half of the people happy.

then you gave 'm batons, and teargas and the oil would continue flowing. but not anymore, second hand cars and cheap fuel have had the nigerian economy booming, the former christians are now car owners. ofcourse that diabolic tool spoiled their saintly minds, and like everywhere we didnt have to wait for the airbag for them to become extremely dangerous.

all of nigeria meanwhile went with the flow, more and more modern, bigger and bigger cars, higher and higher rises, and more and more police. it got quite messy with not enough roads even to accomodate all the police. roadblocks sprung up every remote location, and the newly employed security industry went loose with all the illuster methoods of the african continent.

send your daughter to islam school on saterday? forget it, at the second roadblock she would be broke and have to turn around in the hopes at getting at least back home again without another payment.

saterdays were good days for the industry in nigeria. not on sundays, on sundays the soldiers and police hold to their bases, so that every young boy can visit the sunday school.

it doesnt happen there in the north, but that is only because they are no christians.

there is not a lot they can learn without getting a problem, security industry? an obvious no.
petrochemical industry? well no.. it obviously destroys nigeria, no future there, burocratical education? well no, they are only good to send out the security industry, so there is nothing to learn either. finances? no need to ask. farming? impossible.

nothing to learn. all you can learn is doing so much damage, it is just better if people don't get into the kind of bussiness.

so.. you have to be a bit carefull when negotiating. what is it really about?

is it about keeping northern nigeria an empty space? distribution of wealth? positions? all of it?

about the police state and the neccesary poor to maintain one? about institutes buying up the land? about that couscous from a magnetron tastes way worse than from a woodstove?

we need to know it all.

updated, alltho i do not agree to all what was said, i was told that the wish to live on in the traditional way is very much behind most unrest in africa. that 'traditional ways' means ways of sustenance, way of life and i assume the cultural patterns to go with it.
complicated, so it is really about magnetron or woodstove, not wanting to do with big bussiness meaning it is good if women carry water for many hours a day etc., etc.

the obvious conclusion would be that sustenace and to live a (quasi) natural life need to be considered, you would say that is not hard to meet. but apparently the opposite is true. it gets easier to understand (i figure) if you look for example at african (or in similar poor nations) metropoles.
eg. great poverty and lack of opportunity promise no great results of modernising society.

i was also told most african struggles are fought by people not really a voluntary part of the forces (i only accepted that after concerning social pressure, 'control'). a personal sidenote there: if you leave a modern army to stop being a murderer you also get courtmartial, it is not surprising militias need to claim similar absolute loyalty then.

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