Monday, April 30, 2007

Iraq or Nigeria

My mate William asked me this question at work today.

Lets say u were wrongly accused of a crime and had 2 spend 5 years in prison. You had a choice of serving ur time in the worst prison in Nigeria or the most notorious prison in Iraq. Which one u choose?
I choose Iraq for some funny reason it felt safer with the Americans and Brits there and all.

This was his response:
Really? Even tho u don’t speak the language and they would probably take u for a westerner because u are black?

Which would your choose.

By the way after all that this is what he choose:
Well one is just a rough country and the other is a fully fledged war zone so for obvious reasons


Speaking of prisons the battle over the flesh and sin is fought in the mind, break away from your mental slavery.
Peace and thanks for passing by.
Since I changed my profile picture I thought I would prove once and for all that AFRI CANS can SWIM.
Even if its with the aid of a compressed gas tank and a professional holding your hands sometimes.
Any who check it out. A childhood dream come true in the deep waters of Turkey. Yeah and don't want the middle finger I seem to have lost my will power under water, whatever gesture the guide told me to do I followed like a fool. Ah well. ohh almost forgot, the special lady in the pic lookin all scared is Lazenya my other half.

can anyone guess why they were coming so close?

P.S Gods love can go deeper than any ocean and if you feel your a too deep in sin and away from him, rejoice for he will find you. I would rather get deep into God's love than the love of the World.

Ghana must GO

From background 2007

The destination is far but the way things are looking with my gran uncle selling the house and with two weeks to find a room to rent I think I would be touching base in Accra sooner than later.
Stay saved Stay Blessed

Sunday, April 29, 2007


This was a pic i took today on the central line underground train.
Anyone who can tell me what is actually going on in the picture gets £10.
True Story
God Bless

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Under the weather

Ohh Poor me the lovely British weather has finally arrived and I am stuck indoors cause I have developed a serious bout of seasonal allergic rhinitis - Hay Fever to you and me. This darn thing is really stressing me out at the wrong time. My gran uncle sold the house and i got two weeks to get out. So I am room hunting around the Big LDN, if anyone got any hook ups on rooms holla. I will be posting some new fresh stuff for the coming month so stay tuned.
P.S the time spent with God will reflect on the level of happiness in your life.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

late for work

wow i have been enjoyin posting so much i am almost late for work.
p.s show some love and drop some lines in the comment box.
pics and jokes BELOW
Joke of the DayOnly in Africa (this is jokes seriously)

Here are some signs that you won't find anywhere else
in the world except in AFRICA ....

In a restaurant in Zambia:
"Open seven days a week and weekends."

On the grounds of a private school in South Africa:
"No trespassing without permission."

On a window of a Nigerian shop:
"Why go elsewhere to be cheated when you can come

On a poster in Ghana:
"Are you an adult who cannot read? If so, we can

In a hotel in Mozambique:
"Visitors are expected to complain at the office
between the hours of 9.00 am and 11.00am daily."

On a river in the Democratic Republic of Congo:
"Take note: When this sign is submerged, the river is

In a Zimbabwean restaurant:
"Customers who find our waitresses rude ought to see
the manager."

A sign seen on a hand dryer in a Lesotho public
"Risk of electric shock-Do not activate with wet

In a Botswana jewellery shop:
"Ears pierced while you wait."

On one of the buildings of a Sierra Leone hospital:
"Mental Health Prevention Center."

In a maternity ward of a clinic in Tanzania:
"No children allowed!"

In a cemetery in Uganda:
"Persons are prohibited from picking flowers from any
but their own graves.

In a Malawi hotel:
"It is forbidden to steal towels please. If you are
not a person to do such a thing, please don't read
this notice."

A sign posted in an Algerian tourist camping park:
"It is strictly forbidden on our camping site that
people of different sex, for instance a man and woman,
live together in one tent unless they are married to
each other for that purpose."

In a Namibian nightclub:
"Ladies are not allowed to have children in the bar."

And the prize goes to...

On the walls of a 'butchery' (a shack with a
bloodshot, sweaty, short Kikuyu with an axe) in
Kawangware, SW of Nairobi, Kenya.
"We sell all meats.......goat meat, sheep meat, fish
meat, chicken meat, beef meat...."

P.S God made this continent Great

Picture Portfolio

Picture portfolioAs you may have figured I love pictures so here are some of my favourites.
All taken on my trusty Samsung D600 Camera Phone
They are divided into groups of 6.

Sleep is the cousin of death
Train Station Experiment
Nature - Proclaiming that God is great
The Laundrette

This is just a snipet of the collection and I would be dividing them up with explanations of the groups and why I have taken them.
I would leave you to make your own inferences.
I hope you enjoy them and please post a message to let me know what you think.
P.S Jesus got your back if you got his.

Picasa SlideshowPicasa Web AlbumsFullscreen

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Mark Jenkins Exhibition

Its been scorching hot this past week and I have taken some time out to check out some exhibitions. I thought this guys stuff was amazing. Take a look and let me know what you think.


Featuring Mark Jenkins

Exhibition Dates: Fri 13th of April - Sat 12th of May

Washington DC-based installation artist Mark Jenkins has over the past four years experimented with clear packing tape (sellotape) to create cast-based sculpture that he installs in cities as a form of non-permission based street art, a sort of “off-wall” graffiti. The works’ humour and surreal nature has helped generate huge interest amongst the public and re-engaged them with their built environment. Jenkins is now bringing his art to the UK, and for his first solo show at the Lazarides gallery he will present an assemblage of sculptures and documentary street installation photographs.

I will be posting my own Photographs soon, so hold on.
Peace and thanks for passing by.

Monday, April 16, 2007


Taking shots with my Camera

Hi hope all is well. I just want you to know that from Today (Monday) until Wednesday there is a fast and prayer for the Youth in London. There are two prayer points.

1) For God to get rid of Gun and Knife Crime in London.

2) To keep our Family, Friends and Loved ones safe.

Please spread the word to as many as possible.

God Bless You.

Saturday, April 14, 2007


This is a picture of one of Mark Jenkins Street Art Installations that are being exhibited in Soho. He has some amazing sellotape sculptures of which I would been uploading pictures of soon.
If there are any exhibitions, shows or concerts you want me to review for you in London just Holla.
Thanks for Passing by. And Remember Jesus wants us just as we are and just like in the pic he uses the small to correct the BIG.

Thursday, April 12, 2007


I saw this on the wall at Piccadilly Circus station on Tuesday.

This is what happens to you when you don't give an African Woman Half

Will be updating some video and Pics from the British Museum
A video interview with a Drug addict and My Sleep is the Cousin of Death Picture series
Thanks for Passing by - God Bless You

Monday, April 09, 2007

Reply to Are You a Slave? Post

Original Post

forced multiculturalism is an afront to the human condition. "white privledge" seems to be thrown around a lot without any true evidence to suggest that it exists. anecdotes are not evidence. support for reparations is almost completley an emotional argument and we all know how that is a logical fallacy. slavery is consistantly used as an excuse, even long after its effects were tangible. if you want to keep playing the race card and continue down a path that does nothing to repair the past then keep pushing a devisive issue like reparations. if you want to actually do something for the "black community" attempt to change the culture that places no value on education, hard work, or personal responsibility.

before you get your panties in a bunch about the last statment realize that its not geared towards the entire black community, just most of it. as long as race baiters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton can continue to have greater influence over the community then Thomas Sowell, Clarence Thomas, Condolezza Rice and a whole host of others who don't portray themselves as victims, the black community will continue to slip downward and demand false entitlement when they should be far more critical of their own culture and put some emphasis on the things that will actually change their lot in life.

11:26 PM


Anonymous said...

I would be interested in hearing your response to this...thank you

11:47 PM


My Response.

Firstly I would like to thank you for coming by and letting me know what you think about the post, I appreciate it. Though it would have been nice to know who this is or where you are (lol).

Secondly no one ever said multiculturalism (UK) worked fully as it is evident with the 7/7 bombings, but I think we can agree that it is definitely better than assimilation i.e. France. With regards to 'white privilege' I would say the state of affairs of the economic and political climate in the world over the past 300 years has largely been dictated by the military might and subjugation of non western countries by mainly European (white) nations. I do believe there is no reason for me to give examples considering that today we still have this western superiority complex evident in Iraq, as was evident in colonial Africa, South-East Asia, the Caribbean and even Pre-Independence America. The only evidence that needs to be provided regarding your stated 'white privilege' is the economic might (quotas, CAP, IMF etc) the west wields as a result of their conquests both legitimate and mainly illegitimate over the years. Some might say it is the survival of the fittest others might say it is blatant opportunism; I would leave you to make your own inferences. Regarding reparations which I personally have not asked for but understand the notion behind it, let me ask you whether it would be an excellent idea to pay the current Iranian government reparations or compensation for 'hosting' the 15 British naval officers for over two weeks or would you say the army is right in allowing them to make monetary gains by selling the stories of their plight to the tabloids. I guess your answer would be an equivocal no because the troops were ‘captured’ and ‘maltreated’.

Following from this question it sound disgraceful and insulting that slave owners were paid 20 million pounds at the time of the abolition of the slave trade. Money helps but in my books the conditions that maintain the neo-colonial economic and societal frameworks that prompted slavery and colonialism need to be removed to enable true self determination of African people on the continent and in the Diaspora. Were not reparations to Holocaust victims partially based on emotional considerations and have the British naval officers not been given the unusual privilege of selling their stories as a form of emotional compensation through vast monetary gains? I have not used slavery as an excuse for anything but an explanation from many things. The effect of slavery are truly with us and will be for a long time, are the effects of the holocaust, the World Wars, and the Cold War not with us today? Also I have not played the so called race card with regards to this blog or to attain or justify any thing I have ever done or achieved in my life. To me that is a creation of people who to not want to be confronted with difficult truths or lies. Man should be judged on their actions and not reactions to their skin colour.

The past should be resolved through dialogue, forgiveness and acceptance of forgiveness which should lead to tangible change for all parties. I am very happy that you have talked about the culture of the ‘Black Community’ is there really a Black Community (UK) that has a distinctive uniform culture? I think the answer is no. Is there an African Culture? I think the answer is Yes! The African culture of which I am a proud product of definitely places absolute importance on the value of education, hard work, or personal and group (extended family and tribal responsibility). It is ironic that you speak of responsibility for actions when Tony Blair and the Queen cannot even accept responsibility for (GB) on behalf of nations in the form of an apology for the role of this nation in Slavery when African nations have done so an initiated programmes such as the Joseph project (Ghana) to correct these wrongs.

Since you have so much insight on the character of the Black Community in which most of them have been stereotyped by your characterisation, I would like to point out that it takes a village to raise a child and therefore ‘Black Leaders’ appointed by black people as true representatives or self made Black people who have ‘made it’ cannot have total influence on Black people as a result of the slave trade which has scattered us on so many cultures effectively destroying our culture and enforcing an alien culture and environment on us. Therefore is the current Black culture you mentioned truly representative of Black people in the Diaspora or is it just the remnants of what could be salvaged from slavery and what is being mimicked form their new ‘homes’?

The Black community has flaws and problems just like any other community and yes we are working on them, not through begging or reparations but through confronting the realities of this world.

May God Bless You.

P.S your post did not have much to do with my video blog but rather inferences on issues such as reparations which require a more intensive forum to discuss through face to face dialogue.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Hilarious Nigerian 419 SKIT

Ever wandered what it would be like to dupe some 419ners? Well click below and find out. Apologies (Some explicit language is used) just close ur ears lol

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

wordsbody: Slavery - Alternative Voices

wordsbody: Slavery - Alternative Voices

Since most people know its been 200 years since the supposed abolition of the slave trade it is quite refreshing that some one 'Toyin Abegtu' has spoken out for numerous muted black people, most shamefully, black politicians in the UK on the effects of slavery and the shameful nature of the 'celebration' of the abolition. When you have ridiculous, propagandist and outwardly stereotypical and 'racist' programmes showing such as 'The Last Slave' by Channel 4 in 2007 UK then you know there is a problem. Black people in this nation need to wake up a break the mental, economic and behavioural slavery that we are still under today. Until the harsh truths of slavery are dealt with by all citizens in this nation regardless of colour or ethnicity then we will continue to have ten year old black kids being murdered, black kids underachieving in education, a skewed 'hip hop' gangster mentality that is endemic with both black and white youth today. When a society (Blacks youths in the UK) only have African American musicians and British sports men and sports women as their primary role models then you know we have a llllllllooooooooooooooonnnnnnnggggggggg (African accent) way to go. I pray that God will cause a stir that will bring change. Believe me change is coming in this nation that has lost its morals, fails to apologise for the past organised subjugation of other races and has adopted modernity and materialism as its religion.

LINKS ON THE ISSUE - Videos and Print

Tuesday, April 03, 2007


Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.

He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as knowing when to come in out of the rain, why the early bird gets the worm, life isn't always fair, and maybe it was my fault.

Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you earn) and reliable parenting strategies (adults, not children are in charge).

His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a six-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.

Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job they themselves failed to do in disciplining their unruly children. It declined even further when schools were required to get parental consent to administer Aspirin, sun lotion or a sticky plaster to a student; but could not inform the parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.

Common Sense lost the will to live as the Ten Commandments became
contraband; churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims. Common Sense took a beating when you
couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar can sue you for assault.

Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to
realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap,
and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.

Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust; his wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; and his son, Reason. He is survived by three stepbrothers; I Know my Rights, Someone Else is to
Blame, and I'm a Victim.

Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone. If you still remember him pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.

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