Thursday, December 4, 2008

This is going to hurt Nigeria's Tourism Trade...

Bishop Sunday Ulup-Aya, arrested in Mbo, close to the Atlantic coast, with six other suspects, had claimed in a documentary to have killed 110 children beset by evil spirits, said Aniekan Umanah, the commissioner for information in the southeastern state of Akwa Ibom.

“I am not denying that I am a witchdoctor, but what I killed are witches in my patients with herbs, not children,” Mr Ulup-Aya said while in detention.

I have nothing to add...other than some of us live in the 21st Century...and others are pieces of excrement.

However...WATCH THIS!!!!

Rights campaigners say “witch doctors” in some parts of the country convince parents that their children are possessed and will bring misfortune such as divorce or disease.

The fraudulent doctors then extort money from the frightened parents to perform exorcisms, campaigners say.
The above represents the excrement part of the argument. Here's the 21st Century crew.
Race hustlers such as Jesse Jackson, Jeremiah Wright, Jr. and Al Sharpton convince individuals that have a similar amount of melanin in their dermis layers that they are oppressed, and victims of the individuals possessing less melanin in their dermal layers.

These same race hustlers then target successful corporations threatening to raise a significant amount of media interest so as to cast said corporation in a negative light whether there is cause for the attention or not. They perform overt extortion such that in order to exorcize the unwanted attention, considerable financial contributions are levied to various causes and organizations associated with the race hustlers.

Pretty darn cool...huh? Apparently, you can live in the 21st Century wearing $1,600 suits and still be a piece of excrement. Live and learn...