CIA and Nigeria's Underdevelopment

19 Dec 2012

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Nations always compete fiercer than businesses compete. Doing everything to scuffle and derail potential challengers, has been the rule of the game. For nations ahead in the game, they take the battle to potential attacker's territory. And that's what the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was established to do. So, basing this economic war on a Machiavellian-Darwinian fittest rule, the CIA has so weaponized the battle to the extent it exports social crisis, poverty, hardship, torture, fear, and psychological warfare.

This way, the CIA chokes and paralyzes most potential challengers to America's economic dominance. Confirming this strategy of the CIA in 1968, former CIA Director of Plans, Richard Bissell said, ''The CIA's interface with the rest of the world needs to be better promoted through our friends in foreign governments….We need repression if we hope to divide these societies into owners and slaves. We need to put the people under continual duress and in a perpetual state of imbalance, so that confused and demoralized, apathy on a massive scale will result.''

Populated by psychopaths and neo-fascist occultists, this ultra-clandestine secret society has its operations likened to the mad sadistic-hedonism of Caligula, where initiated insiders maintain permanent silence. Should anyone ever speak out, embarrassing blackmail, intimidation, disappearance, or assassination awaits the offender. Given its secretively ultra-violent and ultra-oppressive clandestine operations, without difficulty raising puppets and fronts to be planted in governments and sensitive private sector around the world, the CIA always maintains controlling power over most nations. Also with such astonishing secrecy, sleeper operatives freely operate in spaces like universities, colleges, mega-churches, nightclubs, public parks, hotels, and hospitals.

That this monster created by President Harry Truman in 1947 on Rockefeller brothers' persistence has since turned into an empire within an empire shouldn't be surprising, given the freehand with which it has operated. Little wonder, even though officially financed through the budgets of State Department, Pentagon, and Justice Department, thriving in the dirty world, the CIA has its unofficial financing from money laundering, terrorism, extra-judicial killings, drug trafficking, prostitution, kidnapping, human trafficking, gambling, and illegal arms and oil sells. What this means is that the CIA is above all laws.

Home to the world's best and most sought-after oil, the CIA-led western vultures have schemed, cajoled, threatened, bullied, cheated, and sabotaged Nigeria, and as a result are mercilessly and ruthlessly controlling it. And Washington and London have no regrets for having turned this would-have-been African giant into a desolate state.

Or shouldn't the price of plundering its $3 trillion worth of oil wealth since 1958, worth their Machiavellian-Darwinian fittest actions? Given that it's all about the fittest, whose problem should it be if the weak is terrorized, or if the powerful eavesdrops on the weak government's communication? Should it ever bother Washington if CIA's beaming electromagnetic frequencies and creating electromagnetic fences could, modifying the reasoning of the top government officials in the weak states, especially when modifying these minds is actually beneficial to Washington? Given the benefits of these Orwellian mind-controlling technologies, why shouldn't CIA's discharge of psychotronic generators on these countries' leaders be welcoming to Washington, especially given their central nervous system effects and causing of Trisomy 21, a chromosome abnormality associated with severe degree of intellectual and leadership personality impairment?

Who cares if by deploying these invisible powers, the CIA succeeds in taking our few patriots hostage, when that also means that western looters could enjoy smoother operations? How far should it be blamed for successfully utilizing bought-off locals to achieve its roguish activities? Should the powerful have to be bothered with some moral concerns about CIA's use of morally bankrupt Nigerians to dominate its economic and political affairs? In such a Machiavellian-Darwinian world, should it ever be bothered the strongest that some paid-off sleeper operatives in Nigeria in assisting the western oil looters, have turned the giant of Africa into desolate country, a graveyard of disenfranchised population with broken dreams?

That our mass media now frame the issues in ways to bolster support to our antidevelopment government thanks to CIA; or that the press freedom belonging to whoever owns the press now controlled by the CIA has permanently replaced advocacy with sheer propaganda? Should this pose any concern to the Machiavellian-Darwinian world?

No doubt, Joseph Nye is right when he argued that at the end of the day what the strongest exports to the weak is totalitarian democracy, a dummy democracy where not the elected politicians that run the economy, but some unelected, smuggled into power by the strongest as technocrats. From this, it's obvious that Thomas Jefferson truly captured what's going on in our country today, when angrily warning American leaders in 1800, he said, 'Single act of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of the day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers too plainly proves a deliberate, systematic plan of reducing us to slavery.''

Of course, it is easy to be angry about the atrocities the CIA continues to commit in our dear country, but that is only possible if we close our eyes to some of the worst mayhems this modern-day Caesar has carried out in some other countries. In fact, the history of this neo-fascist organization is so mind-boggling that qualifying its activities as an inner city roving gangster without regard for the law should be the least qualification.

Or how should disgracing a sitting French President, Charles de Gaulle out of office in April 1969 for daring challenge dollar's global de facto excesses be qualified? What about the overthrow of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh<> in August 1953 simply for nationalizing Iranian oil industry, and in his place, Mohammad-Rezā Shāh Pahlavi<>, Washington's totalitarian puppet was imposed on the country? Or was Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenez's overthrow in 1954 not because he was trying to reform his country's land, which the CIA saw as a threat to Rockefeller's United Fruit Company in Guatemala?

If these havocs are not frightening enough because they happened outside Africa's shores, then, let's come home to Africa to see the kind of terrors committed by this modern-day Caesar. Have we just forgotten the 'Jesus-like' torture the CIA unleashed on Patrice Émery Lumumba and his brutal murder in January 1961 simply because he was pursuing economic nationalism in his newly independent Congo? What about the case of Africa's foremost continental nationalist, President Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, who was not only overthrown in February 1966 but was pursued until the CIA poisoned him in April 1972? Wasn't his sin simply for dreaming of a United States of Africa, a Continental Government like that of the United Stated of America? Finally home: Isn't Murtala Mohammed's assassination in February 1976 simply because he was championing Nigeria's oil industry nationalization?

Our take home optimism should be that contrary to our common belief that the CIA is advancing the breakup of Nigeria, it's the reverse that it's actually pursuing. And it can't be truer given that the CIA's trademark is deception. With this said, let's now proceed to rationalize why it is true. First, the present Nigeria is prejudiced toward promoting Washington's imperial interests. So, having it dissolved would mean Washington shooting itself in the foot, especially given that Nigeria's rivalry status in West Africa because of the Nigerian-led ECOWAS Monitoring Group (ECOMOG), has since been removed with the recent formation of the Africa Crises Response Initiative (ACRI) by Washington as a parallel military interventionist force.

Second, Washington fully understands that rather than the breakup of Nigeria block China's growing influence in Africa's largest oil and gas producer, it will achieve the opposite. Or shouldn't the-would-be-emergent micro nation-states be more nationalist-interest-driven and more pro-China in their business dealings since they'd be more interested in maximizing self-interests? Therefore, shouldn’t the weakly arranged Nigeria with all its leaders scrambling for positions of puppet and protégée be more beneficial to Washington?

Third, subjecting the United States Intelligence Council's disintegration announcement (which later appeared on the CIA website) to a realpolitik test, what would we see than deception? Of course, we should expect to see a CIA more interested in weakening Nigeria than in pushing for it breakup; we should also see a CIA working endlessly toward Nigeria's containment than breaking it up; and above all, we should expect to see a CIA more afraid of an Igbo nation-state, a Yoruba nation-state, a Northern Nigeria nation-state, and a Niger Delta nation-state than today's Nigeria for the very reason that they will fight America should it try to looting of their natural resources. In short, we should expect to see a CIA fully away that the dissolution of Nigeria would also mean the end of Washington's divide and rule, since the new microstates should become so indivisible that the old imperial divide and rule could hardly apply.

Finally, one thing we shouldn't forget in all this confusion is that the present crisis-ridden Nigeria has been enormously beneficial to Washington. Let's start with Nigeria's whooping $10 billion spent just in two years to fight Boko Haram. Aren't US firms the ones benefitting most from our technology equipment procurement purchases? What about the training of our antiterrorist personnel as well as the hiring FBI field experts? Haven't these cost Nigeria a fortune as well as given the US intelligence community unlimited access to Nigeria's top national security files and archives?

While we could do little or nothing to stop this ever-powerful modern-day Caesar, the truth is that nature is already revenging on our behalf. Looking around today, what do we see than that the same way original Caesar ended that is how the present-day fake Caesar is about ending? In fact, while most religions condemn this Machiavellian-Darwinism attitude of the west, Buddha, remains more vocal when it reminds us that ''Whoever tries to seek happiness through hurting others can neither find happiness nor his children.

'' Also one of the laws of physics which tells that action and reaction are equal and opposite is already catching up with the American Empire. Today, America's vast empire built on plunder is fast crumbling, and soon the world will wake to a Chinese century. When that happens, the speed with which the world will forget that there's once a roaring CIA, is unimaginable.

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