With Nigeria bringing in Laws that the UK once had to prevent Homosexuality becoming mainstream and every child intimidated to believe is normal, it is to reflect on the differences in the two societies.
I enraged a Charity Benefits Adviser by suggesting there were Deserving Poor and Undeserving Poor. He stated all poor were the same. I cited the person would not wake-up and change their ways so that a growing army of dependents would grow until the workforce could no longer support them. He stated ‘people like you’ did not understand. An ad hominem attack. I looked at him with new eyes. I was having a discussion with a professional, so I thought. This was a person who invested value in taking from the state. The victim-feeder. I explained I had funded the support of a single mother and her child who were illegally in the UK, but was annoyed by the fact once her child was accepted she would then obtain a State-Funded flat and jump into a higher quality of life than the average working-poor in rented accommodation. I mentioned the homeless young men I had breakfast with the day before and his dependency on alcohol, so no amount of Benefit would help him, but a sense of responsibility and worth – at which the advisory stormed off, leaving me wondering why the entrance to the charity building was strewn with litter and debris to hinder disabled people going into it and what sort of unwholesome, uncaring workers worked here.
The day the Western Governments made the average man pay for all this and the army of support-workers though tax, they took away any sense of ownership and personal responsibility to be achieving individuals their society. Nigeria has no such Welfare System.
And at this point, Socialism crept in and made a home for the political class.
Women got custody of the children.
40% minimum of women will occupy all places of power.
And Nigeria stands in its way. An Israel. Islam, the bitched-males is on the other side.
The children produced by the West are screwed. Imprinted. Finding playing with imagery and perversity for a sense of love. The Hypnotized.
“Cure me, I’m gay! Embarrassing Bodies’ Dr Christian Jessen will test controversial ‘reparative’ therapy in C4 documentary
The British TV doctor will undergo therapies himself in Cure Me, I’m Gay
– Idea is to test the medical credibility of such controversial techniques
– Jessen will then take tests to measure his state of arousal
– He says he has homosexual patients visiting his clinic asking to be ‘cured’
– Show due to air on Channel 4 later this year”