Tuesday, 9 May 2017

No Longer Fools

                'You can fool some People sometimes but you can't fool all the People all the time' - Bob Marley.


Before we seek the Light we have to admit that we have been in Darkness. Before we seek Freedom we have to admit that we have been in Chains. Mental Chains! Mental Chains so mysteriously powerful that we did not even know we had them around our minds! I mean when a person has Malaria for example he has symptoms that tell him so. These may include Pains, Sweating, Fever, Headaches and so on. In order to regain his health he may need to see a doctor, take certain medications, and make some Lifestyle Changes.


Who can say that he has never been cheated in Love, in Finance/Business, in his Social Life? Surely, the Symptoms would include Heartbreak, Crying, an empty Bank Account, Lack of Appetite, Loneliness, and in extreme cases Suicidal Thoughts.

But what if I told you that you are being cheated right now, (by Religion, by Politicians, by the Media, by your Teachers... etc) but you cannot detect it because the very organ that you are supposed to detect it with (your mind) is what is compromised? 

Have you ever seen someone who is high on drugs or alcohol? He thinks he is talking well, walking well, acting well, but it is those around him, who care for him that are affected by his behavior. A mother could cry for her son. Now hear this: We are all drunk! Completely drunk!! Shamefully drunk!!!
 
Looking at what we have become, God must be weeping for us!
But enough is enough... it is time to break free!


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  AND IF YOU DO NOT FIND THE INFORMATION LIFE- CHANGING MESSAGE US
                                         WE WILL SHUT DOWN THIS SITE!!!



                                      
                         6 Reasons Why More Black People Are Turning to Atheism


                                      You Must Read This Before You Do ANY Gambling

                             6 Kinds of People that are Making Big Money From Terrorism

Friday, 5 May 2017

6 Reasons Why More Black People are Turning to Atheism.


Morgan Freeman is not the only Black Celebrity who has turned his back on Religion, across the board it seems like Atheism is the happening thing among the Black Celebrity Community.

But this piece is not about Jay-Z or Morgan Freeman. This is not another useless Celebrity gossip article. This post is about real people like you and me who have woken up from their long unconscious slumber. In this article we examine 5 reasons why Atheism is on the rise in the Black Community.


1. Celebrity Influence

Celebrity commands attention and influence. As more Celebrity Actors, Singers and Sports Athletes come out as Atheists, their followers -particularly the young and impressionable- will continue to adopt this 'cool' lifestyle. Many will take to reading the many books and articles on the subject, and will no doubt be impressed by the sound and logical arguments presented therein.

But Celebrity Influence is for Children. The next 5 points are for mature minds, able to think for themselves. Read further.

2. Slavery:

Anyone with a basic knowledge of history knows that both the Bible and Quran were used to justify Slavery. Black people today find it quite difficult to follow Religions that promote the idea that other races are favored, and thus entitled to possess people of other races as property.

Slavery still exists in the Arab world today, and many Black people still live without any sense of personal identity.

Some forms of Slavery that exist today are sex slavery, child pornography, and child soldiering.

Many believe that Religion is Just a Modern form of Slavery, and that the Chains have moved from our necks to our minds. (Have You Seen the Book of Freedom?)

3. They Do not Feel Connected.

One man said 'Jesus was sent to the Jews, Mohammad was sent to the Arabs, Confucius to the Chinese... Who was sent to Us?' The Black community is increasingly feeling disconnected with the Religious Establishment- losing its sense of belonging.

This is worsened by the fact that no Black man has ever become Pope or Khalifah. Traditionally, we do not rise to positions of prominence within the Church or Mosque. For sure, one or two Black people may be recruited to pose as leaders, but it is safe to say that they will always be the minority. 

Besides, it will take more than one or two black people wearing white robes to convince us that we are not being deceived.

4: Economic Insincerity

The following is Dialogue that happened during an argument between a Christian and Muslim:

Muslim: 'The kind of money your Pastor makes every week, it surprises me that many of your members are so poor.'

Christian: 'Your Masters in Saudi Arabia have private jets to fly their pet birds and cheetahs around, while watching from above as their subjects fight and starve to death on the ground.'

That sums it all up quite well. No sincere human being with compassion the size of a grain of corn can indulge in a life of luxury and reckless spending, while ignoring the hunger, disease, and homelessness that abound all over the place. A loving God would surely reject these so called holy men... As many people do already.

5. Immoral Conduct of Religious Leaders

If you were not living under a rock then you likely did not miss the news of Catholic Priests who were found to be pedophiles, taking advantage of their respected positions to sexually prey on children. Even though a Pope came out to apologize for this behavior, it is particularly sad that no consequences were brought upon the Priests. As you read this post, some of them may be making a list of their next potential victims.

In Islam however, there is no shock. It is permissible to have children from other cultures as sex-slaves.


6. Politics, War, Terrorism

Every election season it is quite common to hear politicians say 'God told me to run for President.' That has to be the most blatant piece of falsehood in these modern times! How could God tell 3 or 4 people to run for President at the same time? Thankfully, they often do not win the Elections.

As Religion continues to join hands with politicians and business interests to stir up wars (the Iraq Invasion is an example), many continue to lose faith.

The rise of Terrorism, and the subsequent War against it, is just a matter of a power struggle between the East and West. The East want to impose Sharia on the West, and the West want to impose Democracy on the East. They are locked in a struggle for Dominance and we Black People are just dying for a War that should not concern us.


  Hopefully, this short piece has been helpful. But if the reader is not lazy, and still thirsts for more knowledge then the following resources could be useful:

6  Ugly Reasons Why Black Men Marry White Women

                                    I Wish More Of My Compatriot Africans Would Read This




Thursday, 27 April 2017

LIFE-CHANGING: From Suicide Bomber to Legend? Cult Figure?




MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE BOMBING BUT ENDS UP STARTING SOMETHING REMARKABLE!


This story is about a young man who sets out to be a Suicide Bomber but ends up doing something great...something that changes the fate of generations, like Thomas Edison did when he invented the Light Bulb; moving humanity from kerosene lamps to something cleaner, easier and safer. However, this young man eclipses the man who invented the Light Bulb. To see how let us start with the later.

As a child I read the story of Thomas Edison, who created the Light Bulb, after failing '100 times.' That story made such an impact on me as I imagined a man in overalls working from dusk to dawn, moving from failure to failure without getting discouraged, and then celebrating like football star when he finally attained success...

I was moved to see that greatness is in all of us, and that we can overcome any challenges regardless of how big they may appear. We just need to have the determination not to give up!

If that story can change a life, wait till you read the story behind this post!

On Christmas Day in 2009, I heard about a guy, about my age, from my Country, who had been sent to blow up a Plane full of innocent people heading to the United States. For some reason however, he did not carry out his mission, and so the plane landed safely, saving over 300 lives.

The media went wild! During the media inquest it was stated that he had attended school in Yemen where he had been indoctrinated with Suicidal thoughts. His masters in Yemen had trained him, procured the bomb, and sent him to kill himself and nearly 300 others, while they had stayed back, in safety and comfort to wait for the news of the death of my fellow Black Man.

Is that not the very Height of Mental Slavery? 



That got me thinking. I started making as much findings about the guy as I could, and from my notes came the Idea for my book. Today, Bomber Boy: Rise of the Underwear Bomber by Ike Pius can be found on all major online bookstores, and has achieved a total reach of over 40,000 people by my modest personal count. This figure is going up everyday and with it the potential to reach even more people! You can check it out on google if in doubt.

So you see, a guy sets out to be a Suicide Bomber but ends up starting a movement that will be here long after he has left this Earth. Even without his knowledge he has raised the consciousness of more than a few people... He has made us ask questions! Our eyes have been opened and now we know better!As a result we will never be slaves again!

But this Post is not about me, it is about Readers like You!

Philip, a young man from Ghana was moved to call this story 'A Must-Read for Everyone.' He was further moved to say 'I wish more of my Compatriot Africans would read this.' He was clearly moved by the mind opening facts presented in this story. He came to see that we have our own Cause for which we should be fighting, and that most of us are just pawns on foreign Chessboards-sacrificed at will in the Game of Supremacy.

But what about you reading this? Have you freed yourself from such influence? Maybe you would like to.. This is a good place to start: Read Philip's full Review Here.

Romeo, an African American was moved to say 'A very Sentimental Story with much Food for Thought.' He saw that the author is not just pushing an ordinary story, but a movement of Enlightenment. He commented that Africa should not be ground zero in the fight between the Arabs, and the Americans, or between the Religions they profess. Why should an African kill his fellow African in a bid to please an Arab?
It is difficult to continue to write about Romeo's passion for this Story without giving too much away. But it is clear beyond any reasonable doubt that the man has gained a new level of Consciousness. Surely, now he can reach higher, and achieve anything he wants to! You may want to read Romeo's Full Review.

Read and Open your Mind

What will you gain by reading this book? After reading this story you are sure to ask questions like why should we take orders from Arabs and Whites on Religious grounds? Why should we Africans fight and kill one another over religious ideologies that we can never fully understand or be part of? Why do we not channel or energies into building a better society for ourselves and our children? How long do we continue to wallow in Mental Slavery?


Would you like to appear on this blog? Would you like to add your voice to this movement? Great idea! All you have to do is read the book and write a review! If you have questions you could contact the author via twitter @ikepius or email: gaius7online(at) gmail.com

Thursday, 6 April 2017

BOMBER BOY: RISE OF THE UNDERWEAR BOMBER






ONE READER SAID “I WISH MORE OF MY COMPATRIOT AFRICANS WOULD READ THIS!”

WE WOULD LIKE MORE OF OUR READERS AND REVIEWERS TO SEE THIS BOOK AS MORE THAN JUST A STORY.


WE WOULD LIKE THEM TO TAKE A MOMENT TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE SERIOUS ISSUES BROUGHT UP IN THIS BOOK, PARTICULARLY THE ISSUE OF FORCEFUL ISLAMIZATION OF AFRICA THROUGH TERRORISM.


WITH TIME, WE WILL GET THERE.


BUT FOR NOW, WE ARE QUITE HAPPY TO SHARE THE FOLLOWING REVIEWS!


JASEY JADE, A READER FROM THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS HAS THIS TO SAY:
I have never read a book about terrorism before so I gave this one a try. I read it in one day as it's a very short story about a boy named Omar Farouk, a terrorist that isn't really 100% behind a mission he has to complete and the situations that he has to face because of that mission. I didn't get bored of it as I wanted to know how his journey will proceed especially being part of The Brothers, the terrorism team.

The story-line was good although the ending was a disappointing. It didn't flow with the vibe that the book gave me as a reader. The book is very "calmly" written. So the intensity of the story can be felt, but very lightly because of writing style- in a good way.
So I didn't like the ending, which was like a sudden happy sentence at the end after a sad news was revealed. The ending could've been so much better. Something that could keep the intensity going.


SHE DOESN’T HAVE ONLY NICE THINGS TO SAY ABOUT BOMBER BOY, TO READ THE FULL REVIEW YOU SHOULD CLICK HERE. 

NEXT WE HAVE DAVID BAIRD, A READER FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, AND HE HAS THIS TO SAY:

First let me tell you terrorism isn’t something to take lightly.. and I feel the author did well to do the subject justice. The book is from the potential bombers perspective which I thought gave a twist on other tales I’ve read on a similar topic.

The main character is Farouk, as you read the book I felt he’s a man being torn up inside.. not knowing which side is right or wrong.

Overall it was an interesting read and it does make you think about the motives behind events such as this.. things aren’t always as straight forward as they seem
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NEXT WE HAVE CHERYL M.M, ALSO FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. SHE HAS THIS TO SAY:

In light of recent terrorist attacks in the last few months and indeed in the last few decades the premise may seem a little forward thinking. However the reality is even the terrorist has a voice, and this story is looking at it from a perspective other than that of the victims.

Farouk is planning to kill a plane load of innocent people. Why? Because they are infidels of course. Does it matter whether he has his reasons for doing so?

Pius starts out strong, but tapers off towards the end. I would have liked to have seen him explore the thoughts, mindset and interactions of the terrorist. How one minute Farouk is the friendly compassionate conversationalist to the people around him and then in his head Farouk the murderer-to-be is having an entirely different conversation.

Bomber Boy starts off as an ambitious idea, but it seems a little rushed. The difficulty with a novella is that it needs to draw you in and keep you there without having the advantage of the full length novel to do so.





NEXT IS A VERY WELL ARTICULATED REVIEW FROM NEATS, A READER FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. THIS REVIEW IS SO GOOD I PERSONALLY THINK THE REVIEWER WAS ONCE WITH THE DAILYMAIL. ANYWAY, HERE ARE HER THOUGHTS ON THE SUBJECT:

Bomber Boy is a novella which was initially intended to be a short magazine or radio feature and broken down into episodes it's a quick read.

Farouk Omar Muttab is a terrorist and when we first meet him he's just pressed the switch to trigger his bomb whilst traveling on Northwestern Airlines Flight 253. Fortunately for the other passengers on-board, the bomb fails to detonate and the flight lands safely but unfortunately for Farouk, it means he won't be going to heaven but he will be in serious trouble with the people who hired him.


This is a satirical, current story about the War Against Terror from the point of view of a would be terrorist and is quite humorous in places. The plot moves quickly enough to hold your interest and it's an interesting read that will leave you with several topics to contemplate.

With kind thanks to author Ike Pius for the review copy.











AND TO WRAP UP THIS POST, LET US TAKE A REVIEW BY POPULAR AND INFLUENTIAL BLOGGER SARAH HARDY. THIS WOMAN IS INFLUENTIAL THAT IT WAS HER REVIEW THAT BROUGHT IN INTEREST FROM MANY OF THE OTHER REVIEWERS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM.


SHE HAS THIS TO SAY:

I was actually approached by the author himself through my blog to see if I would be interested in reading a copy of his book in exchange for an honest review.

I don't mind admitting I was a bit skeptical to whether or not it would be something I would be interested in reading but after reading the description and some other reviews I thought I would give it a go.

Bomber Boy is a short story which was originally intended for a magazine. I have read many books where terrorism features as the main story line but I have never read a book which has been from the prospective of a terrorist. Saying this though I don't think the main character, Farouk is fully committed to the idea either. There are parts of the book which I found to be quite humorous and later on ironic. Even though terrorism is something certainly not meant to be taken lightly I think the author is trying to give a slightly different approach to the subject.

Overall it is an enthralling read though slightly let down by the ending but I certainly would recommend this book to fellow readers and I would certainly read more by the author.











 








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