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Be wary of ‘Sodom’, ex-presidential candidate warns Biden of new world order

As Biden signs no workplace discrimination on basis of sexual orientation and gender identity; lifts controversial travel ban on Nigeria and Muslim majority countries


The candidate of the Mass Action Joint Alliance (MAJA), in the 2019 presidential election, Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies has congratulated President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris, especially as a woman in presidency.

Funmilayo said “it’s historical” and highlights “TWO” of BIDEN’S (30) Executive orders, complimenting Orders as robust; but forewarns of New World Order and impending danger, saying: “President Joseph, “Do be careful of permissive parental style, and be wary of ‘Sodom'”.

According to her, “Of recent, in his first three days in office, Biden promptly issued 30 (thirty) executive orders, presidential memoranda and agency directives, primarily focused on addressing the Covid-19 pandemic and undoing former President Donald Trump’s actions. Ten of Biden’s executive actions directly reverse Trump’s policies, according to White House News.”

Adesanya-Davies speaks on TWO of the issues: “On – Biden Signs No workplace Discrimination on basis of Sexual orientation and Gender identity.” and “On – Biden Lifts Controversial Travel Ban on Nigeria and Muslim Majority Countries.”

She said: “Parental styles are rather a continuum than distinct ways.” As such, ‘care must be taken because prevention is better than cure’ and parental style should fit in with the child’s temperament, because it determines who the child becomes.”

In a press statement received on January 27, 2021, she congratulates the robust executive signing of orders but further states, “their administration will need to help put an end to Nigeria, Africa and global Islamic terrorism.

“There is need to be careful about the removal of every travel restriction on Nigeria, Africa and other Islamic terrorized nations, without first putting in place, certain measures to fight and combat the terrorism and insurgency.”

Prof. Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies
Prof. Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies (Ph.D)

On Wednesday, Biden said while the U.S. will “apply a rigorous, individualized vetting system” for visa applications, “we will not turn our backs on our values with discriminatory bans on entry into the United States.”

But Prof. Adesanya-Davies noted: “The heart of a man is desperately wicked as the futuristic case of Fulani militia now wanting to over turn and over run Nigeria, as well as, the well established fact of global Islamic terrorism and radical political islamisation”.

President Joe Biden alludes, “The United States was built on a foundation of religious freedom and tolerance, a principle enshrined in the United States Constitution.” This is true, however, from experience we all know to the contrary that “radicalism has no respect for ‘religious freedom and tolerance’, decorum, decency, naivety and simplicity “, explains Prof. Davies.

Thus, “Not only individuals but countries should be propelled and compelled to promptly and properly document their traveler information, and provide sufficient efforts to cooperate and share information with US authorities as required.” She noted, “This is also in the heat of COVID-19 Pandemic travel restrictions with face masks compliance simultaneously signed by Biden.”

It’s “like vulnerably opening your door to armed robbers without any defense, ammunitions and protection, in trust and smiling victoriously.” Or didn’t the holy writ says, “Or how can one enter into the house of the strong man, and spoil his goods, except he first bind the strong man? ” Matthew 12:29.”

She warned: “Nigeria for instance has battled and still battles with Boko Haram, ISWAP, Islamic Terrorists, Assailants, Bandits, Fulani herdsmen insurgency especially across its northeast region and now all access the nation and, we are fed up. As a teacher, I’d always known, “it isn’t enough to first mark and score right a script, without painstaking reading through to assess it.”

And in Yoruba parlance, in Nigeria, ” Obuko de, oorun de”, “Where does the obuko (billy goat) go without its overpowering body smell?“ is the sententious dismissal, by the Yoruba, of not unexpected knavery.”

An elder’s adage says, “A peoples collective folly, and happy self-ruin, never haunted so early in the day!” Also remember “a stitch in time, saves nine” They say and love is never without discipline.

A case in mind is the September 11 attacks, often referred to as 9/11, when a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks launched by the Wahhabi terrorist group Al-Qaeda against the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

The attacks resulted in 2,977 fatalities, over 25,000 injuries, and substantial long-term health consequences, in addition to at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage. It is the deadliest terrorist attack in human history and the single deadliest incident for firefighters and law enforcement officers in the history of the United States, with 343 and 72 killed, respectively.

We would recall, the Trump administration, in a four-year crackdown on immigration into the US, passed policies that restricted Nigerians and other Islamic countries from pursuing long-term visits to the world’s largest economy within “issues that appeared technical”.

Nigeria was added to a list of countries whose citizens will in some way be restricted from entering the United States due to insurgency. According to a White House statement then, Nigeria was not complying with “the established identity-management and information sharing criteria assessed by performance metrics.”

It was further said that “Nigeria does not adequately share public-safety and terrorism-related information, which is necessary for the protection of the national security and public safety of the United States.” Therefore, “The entry into the United States of nationals of Nigeria,” with some exceptions, “is hereby suspended.”

Has this changed in anyway, with her newly introduced Visa-on-arrival policy? To utmost surprise, Biden lifts ban on Nigeria and other Islamic nations, in the face of global terrorism. Is it for the gains of Nigeria being the first or second largest economy and most populous country in Africa? Or those nations are now suddenly free of and from insurgency?

Biden will need to be careful with ‘political correctness’.

Come to think of it, let us think about this for a minute, when Donald Trump’s presidency said he banned Muslims from coming into the country of America, “he was referring to those who were already established by the Obama administration as being terrorist-harboring countries and not all Muslim countries.”

For Muslim ban, which blocked travel to the United States from several predominantly Muslim and African countries, the administration broadly cited terrorist activity, failure of the countries to properly document their own travellers, and insufficient efforts to cooperate and share information with US authorities as justification for the ban.

On the second issue raised about L.G.B.T., President Trump’s party, the Republican party is anti-abortion, and anti-gay marriage government, which is of great value to America, their heritage and the entire world.

This is significantly commendable; for gay marriage does not exist for conservative and fundamental people of faith groups, regardless of their affiliation, be they Christians, Jews, Muslims or Traditional worshipper as this is consistent with all our religious beliefs.

President Biden should therefore exercise restraints and apply wisdom to his issuance of executive orders to reverse President Trump’s policy on same sex marriage. And may Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy be reminded that the American people oppose a policy that forces school children to undress and shower with children of the opposite sex are the fears and agitations of people. As such, we mothers say NO for our sons and daughters.

While commending Biden of the robustness of most of the executive orders signed on the Pandemic, in which he required mask wearing in airports and on certain modes of transportation, including many trains, airplanes, maritime vessels and intercity buses, etc. stating International travellers must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test prior to coming to the US; on some Immigration and Visas, Climate Change, i.e. Chief among executive orders that begin to tackle the issue of climate change, through a letter to re-enter the United States in the Paris climate accords; Racial Equality, on Executive orders on the Economy, on Government accountability following the footsteps of some of his predecessors, etc. Adesanya-Davies says TAKE NOTE OF THESE TWO, as they are ‘BIG’ foxes, that spoil the ban.

To conclude, she said the Biden administration would need to, “respond positively to Nigeria’s requests on combating Islamic terrorism and insecurity, assistance in correcting gross human rights violations, promoting good governance, democracy and poverty alleviation, strengthening the judicial system and the rule of law, improving public health especially COVID-19 Response, in Agriculture, for instance, assisting Fulanis in massive pastoral farming, so they can free the entire Nigeria and strengthening education, particularly girl-child programmes.”

These are issues in which the Nigerian government generally dislikes having to discuss details with its international partners which need deep and enduring assistance please.

Bishop Prof. ‘Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies (Amb.p) is one of the International Directors, Deputy Country President and the current Vice Chairman, UN-POLAC Peace Advocates’ Advisory Council and the recipient of Long Service and Outstanding Leadership Award and Presidential endorsement of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), 2019 in Nigeria.

She prays the Almighty God gives us peace, calm, courage, character and stability in the world.

Congratulations and may God bless America.

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