Danladi Dele Agbeyo
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Nigeria must be free. Total liberation for this country, now.
Today, Nigeria is under invasion,bombardment from religious fundamentalist.
Our detractors under the guise of religion are having a field day at destroying our fragile federation. We must not let them.
Nigerians have become slaves in their own country as these smooth talking, prosperity preaching rascals are carting away their hard earned money to suite their reckless life style.

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At 1:25pm on June 8, 2011, joseph afolabi said…
thanks Mr.dalandi, i  thought i was the only atheist in nigeria. but how do you cope with it? In a place where everybody believes in God, i found it easy to tell people i'm a theist than to tell them i'm atheist
At 12:59am on May 4, 2011, thomas smith said…
Hello, I have hope that Nigeria with its wealth can set an example for  the continent , hopefully without the shackle of religious beliefs
At 7:50am on November 17, 2010, De Mush Doctor said…
Thanks for the offer to be friends Danaldi. I hope that, together with all of the rest free thinking humans, we will be able to expose and dispose of the religious blood sucking frauds, and help make this world a much better place to live.
At 3:13pm on May 6, 2010, Self Know said…
Peace brother!!
At 12:31pm on March 21, 2010, TNT666 said…
Pleased to meet you. Somewhere you mention universal education as a cure to these religious problems we see in the Middle East. I do agree, with a special note. UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION. As happens in North America and Europe, the educated are often the source of many very wrong approaches in Gov and world power structures. These people are able to corrupt entire systems and populations because the 'rest' of the population are not educated enough to follow the stream and content of what is going on in these power structures. I was lucky enough to have temporarily lived in a society which put education and health above ALL other values by UNIVERSALITY THROUGH ZERO COST. Universal Access to Education lasted only 10 years in Quebec, as our idealist government tried to create a Swedish political society here amidst N.America. The dreamers died (Quebec and Sweden) and so the dream died. The other most important issue to a fair society is that corporations may not control government. For this, it must be illegal to buy elections. A country must give itself laws that electoral parties may only use a certain stated amount of contributions, no matter private or public, all monies spent must be accounted for. This is my dream for all countries, Education, Health Care, and fair elections. And you seem to be pushing for this in Nigeria, good for you.

You may be interested in a radio series that was done by CBC a few years ago regarding the effect of biology (microbes) in the context of European imperial colonialism in Africa and South America. A study about how Africa's gene pool is closer to the European gene pool and therefore the microbes brought along with colonialism did not kill off Africans, whereas they did kill off most natives in South America, leaving the power structure in S.America to the Whites, whereas in Africa, the 'visible' power is no longer in the hands of whites (even though the colonialism is ongoing at a hidden political level). Wish you the best
At 4:07am on January 13, 2010, Roy The Infidel said…
Kilroy was here. :)

Glad to make your acquaintance, Danladi.
At 2:30am on December 11, 2009, Danladi Dele Agbeyo said…
Betty, Sorry, I could not view the comments.
Can you possibly resend.
At 5:29pm on March 25, 2009, Dani said…
Thanks for the add, I must agree, living without religion has brought me into reality which I consider to be true freedom!
At 1:59pm on March 16, 2009, Khemisi said…
Thanks Dele. I'm very happy to see that a brother African has not converted to the colonization of the human mind and spirit as many other Africans are throwing away the Traditional Knowledge Systems and embracing the poison of religion. Ase, hotep.
At 6:50pm on February 22, 2009, Mary said…
Hi Danladi, Sorry I didn't get back to you before. Been meaning to. Things have been busy. I haven't taken note of your details because I find it keeps things simpler if I just correspond via a website like this. But I look forward to more fruitful exchanges with you.
Take care,



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