By Comrade Olaah
The fast outbreak of C*VID-19 comes with an alarming health crisis that the world is battling with, as there have been 134 million cases and 2.9 million deaths worldwide. We see that Colonized nations like Cuba, China, the DPRK, Vietnam, and many more who aren’t ruled by a colonial sellout but a government accountable of, for, and by the people have been successful in combating and curbing the spread of the v*rus.
In addition to the human impact, there is also significant economic, business and commercial impact being felt globally. As v*ruses know no borders, the impacts will continue to spread affecting the poor and working Colonized Masses while the white ruling class and sellouts live a life in their bubble while they continue to loot our land, labor, lives, and resources.
About 94% of the Fortune 1000 across the globe and businesses in Nigeria have been impacted and are already seeing C*VID-19 disruptions but we know that these colonizers and sellouts aren’t struggling like the colonial media would like for us to believe; it is the toiling masses of Colonized people who are forced to risk their lives every day in colonial coltan mines and on plantations all over the world. In fact, billionaires’ wealth grew by 54% during the p*ndemic proving that in times of disaster the colony takes even more from us.
We expect that the C*VID-19 threat will eventually fade with time, as the Ebola, Zika, and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) v*ruses have in recent years.
Personal protective equipment (or PPE) have been introduced to limit the spread of the v*rus and lately the C*VAX v*ccine by the World Health Organization—WHO has been pushed by the colony into Colonized nations even with colonizer nations having banned the AstraZ*neca V*ccine over cases of blood clots arising, many happening in the youth.
The Nigerian Chapter just like all our Chapters aren’t waiting for the colony to shove unsafe colonial v*ccines in our people’s arms; we are providing the Masses of Africans and all Colonized people with life saving PPE and the knowledge to keep not only themselves safe but their communities as well.
However, it isn’t just the colonialv*rus, Zika, or these other diseases plaguing the population of Nigeria or all of Africa for that matter; malaria cases in Africa still continue to worsen their material conditions, with no plan to stop it in sight.
Eradicating Malaria in Africa
Nigeria has the largest population of people that is affected by Malaria, with a study conducted by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) finding that 25% of cases and 19% of deaths from Malaria come from Nigeria alone.
A disease which is often associated with mosquitoes, malaria’s cause is actually a parasite that is transmitted through not just female mosquitoes but humans. In the same way that C*VID can be spread through asymptomatic persons, so too can malaria; so it only makes sense that to stop the spread, vector tracing (finding those who have the disease through strict testing) would be one of, if not the most, decisive factor in stopping the spread of this disease.
Currently, there exist a few methods for stopping transmission with a prominent one being LLINs; long lasting insecticidal nets meant to ward off mosquitoes which carry the disease (though less than .5% of female mosquitoes carry the parasite responsible for the disease). The problem with LLINs is their prolonged use and toxic effects since, after all, they utilize insecticides.
Though the WHO has approved such nets as preventative/control measures, with 294 million nets being distributed in most of Africa, they pose a risk to humans especially children whose bodies interact with and accumulate toxins differently—such as the insecticides used in LLINs labeled “harmless” to humans by these colonial institutions.
Children face the worst effects of insecticides as they can alter brain development, cause difficulties in learning, increased aggression, and other behavioral changes, further revealing the disunity and carelessness these sellouts have with their own populations.
While vector control strategies are a necessary option, used in combination with other methods would prove to be successful—even LLINs without its prolonged use and revisited safety guidelines of course—in eradicating the disease to low levels if not completely.
The sellouts in power won’t take this task upon themselves. It will be the Colonized masses of Africa that will lead this battle. All it takes is some Colonized unity and organization
The sellout Nigerian government’s “Plan”
On the face of it, the general objectives of the plan appear laudable but at Black Hammer we don’t fall for the smoke and mirrors of these neocolonial puppet governments. Principle of Unity #3 tells us who our enemy is. The “plan” seeks to:
• Stimulate the economy by preventing business collapse and ensuring liquidity
• Retain or create jobs in key areas like agriculture and housing
• Undertake growth enhancing and job creating infrastructural investments
• Promote manufacturing and local production
• Extend protection to the very poor and other vulnerable groups.
• A mass agricultural program that is expected to bring between 20,000 and 100,000 hectares of new farmland under cultivation in every state
• An extensive public works and road construction program
And other “initiatives” as well.
Ministers whose portfolios these fall under will be responsible for supervising implementation of the plans.
The problem is that these broad objectives sound like the typical campaign promises of prior neocolonial puppet Nigerian governments and colonial sellout governments all over Africa and the world. This is true of the current one too. As with plans of this nature, the colony wants us to get caught up in questions like: are they sensible? Will they actually be implemented? Will they be accountable?
At Black Hammer, we know and teach our people that the only question that matters is how do we get the colonizer’s boot off of our neck. How do we get free? By smashing the likes of colonialism through the power of Colonized unity, organization, and leadership. That is through our 4 Point Platform.
‘Black Hammer’ symbolizes breaking the chains of colonialism and building a suitable future for the Colonized peoples of the entire worldGazi Kodzo, Commander In Chief of BHO
Fellow comrades, we have to correct the anomalies of colonialism to protect our people, build for a better future and save our ship from sinking into the deep blue sea, for we can only win when we try. So JOIN Black Hammer’s Nigerian Chapter today, and be the revolutionary that all Colonized people need and deserve.
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