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  • 373.

    W.H.O has poisoned the vaccine
    against fertility of African girl
    African boy mother and father
    it his now hovering around
    the third world geographies
    using its satellite mouths and arms,
    ringing alarms over the coming tetanus
    only to trap the ignorant one
    into its infernal of injections
    for nothing but permanent sterility,

    WHO has no sympathy
    for the folks in the poor world,
    Nicaragua, Mexico and Kenya
    being already depopulated
    by ills in history
    it still goes ahead
    to inject sterility
    into their bodies
    while pretending
    to be in war on tetanus,

    wars, slavery and deliberate castration
    of the captured slaves
    for fitness to royal gladiator
    has already made Latin America
    and her sister Africa
    to suffer fate of the times
    in the curse of underpopulation
    then still WHO is insidious
    in her racist moves
    to depopulate the poor world
    through her imperial arsenals
    in the name of vaccinations
    against imagined tetanus
    is a sly ploy in single,

    W.H.O is sterilizing daughters
    of Africa and the poor world
    in the age width of 15 to 50
    a sure bracket for fecundity
    for no other reason
    but global Afro-phobia
    or universal racism,
    or who knows the whole deal
    other than the orchestrator
    of the anti-human orchestra,

    Ebola is already foot loose
    on its deadly mission
    to wipe out the Negroes
    as the imperial powers that be
    are armed to the teeth
    to confine it in Africa
    the way they have already done
    to confine cancer and impish HIV
    in poor Africa,

    W.H.O leave Africa alone
    to sire and sire,
    to fill their land
    for a half of Africa
    is under dearth of emptiness,
    five million square miles of Mauritania
    has less than ten million people
    a thousand square miles of Turkana
    has a hundred thousand turkanas,
    Sahara desert is sparsely populated
    Namibia and Botswana are cursed
    with the spell of humanilessness,

    the penis has no other work
    but to plant the human seed
    the womb has no other work
    but receive the human seed
    while the vagina
    has a royal duty
    to germinate the human seed
    and these are Godly duties
    as the breast of a woman
    feeds the seedling
    at no cost,

    W.H.O leave us alone
    to be lame and crippled
    late us be wounded
    with gangrenous wounds
    Like the herpes ulcers
    that opportune on HIV,
    for Tetanus you are fearing
    is not terrible as HIV,
    we better have wounds
    and children
    other than being barren
    in danger of foreign reign,

    W.H.O you are in arms
    with your fellow bigots
    to legalize and empower
    Homosexuality in Africa
    this being a strategy enough
    to jab the ribs of African humanity
    a deadly sucker punch
    off the right pedastle
    of tyranny of numbers,

    W.H.O have you ever seen
    an African burial of the barren?
    listen I tell you, I am aware
    you know not,
    burying of the barren and the sterile
    is the most black ritual
    most pale in the world,

    give birth Africa! give birth
    give birth to twins
    in the prime of your childhood
    before you go to cities
    give birth, and give birth,
    children and only children
    are the glory of our poverty,
    children pulled China out of poverty
    they are pulling India out of poverty
    as France is stranded on which way out
    as it gambles and gambols in stupidity
    with free money for the second child,

    W.H.O! I know you are foolish as a stone
    but I will leave you with pearls of wisdom
    from the Bukusu people of Kenya,
    that; even if you are foolish
    Foolish and stubborn like a stone
    but I am as hungry as a hyena
    i am sure you have heard. read more »

  • 374.

    South Africa is about to become a tolerable nation
    South Africa is about to be born anew read more »

  • 375.

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  • 376.
    Slaghter House

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  • 377.
    Senryu, Your Mystery (For Sandra Midas)

    Senryu, your mystery haunts my nights
    Like black misery, read more »

  • 378.
    Animal (Haiku)

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  • 379.

    I took my pen
    Wanting to write about Africa,
    But it all been said
    Nothing to write about read more »

  • 380.

    When a man fights his wife

    She either retaliates or perseveres read more »

  • 381.

    Being an African American in this nation bring lots of frustration
    They use our invention to build up their nation without even saying congratulations

    This war will never end read more »

  • 382.
    Lord Help Africa

    Ministering under a tree in the Great Rift Plain of Africa 49 degrees Centigrade.

    Under a tree not far from school class
    Gather the people for worship or mass read more »

  • 383.
    Songs of Africa

    on the rolling mountains
    in the sprawling valleys
    joyful songs in fountains
    flowing down the gulleys read more »

  • 384.
    Code of Conduct

    Many atimes human around the world mis-uses figures but not again:
    Understanding is equal to 160%,
    Forgiveness is equal to 133%
    Self-control is equal to 129% read more »

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  42. AFRICAN KITCHEN, Ebi Robert
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