Friday, October 9, 2015

USA Africa Dialogue Series - 'My Life at Risk to Secure Freedom of Commonwealth Citizens in British Immigration Crisis'-Alexia


'Risking my Life Securing Freedom for Commonwealth Citizens facing British Immigration Issues'

-Her Knowledgeable Professor Nigerian born, British fiery Activist

Says: 'Spirit of Queen Elizabeth 1 greatest monarch in English history exists in me'

* Establishes Independent Diplomatic Commission, IDC for Equity, Rights of Africans

* Creates The Commonwealth Liberation Party, TCLP political platform

*Sets Protectorate Police Commission, PPC to Secure Bails, British Govt failed Commonwealth

*Echoes: 'Our Mission is to Uphold Civil Right Justice for Commonwealth Citizens in UK'

*Confesses: 'Hate is a Crime, as it breaches Article 9 And 13 of UDHR 1948'

* Reaches out to Nigerian Govt, African Union & ECOWAS to save Africans in Europe

*Recalls: 'I Saved Nigeria's musicians Obesere, Olu Maintain from British Immigration Jaws'


HER Knowledgeable Professor Alexia Thomas, is a Nigerian born, British citizen who earlier left the shores of Nigeria as a music diva in 2004 and relocated to London. While in Nigeria, her music, a reggae-high life preached against the social ills in the society, as she was a familiar face in the Nigerian entertainment industry then known by stage name 'Lizzy Henz'. In the past 17 years in United Kingdom, UK, her fame is all over the Queen's enclave for her boldness, profound ideology in litigation and various human right crusades which has brought freedom and hope to hundreds of Commonwealth citizens that were earlier facing hopeless British immigration problems.

Regarding her political dexterity and ideology, she said: "By night doctrine, I traveled back in time and realized what made United Kingdom a standard society has been lost. But by awakening the voice of the ancestors, particularly the spirituality and ideology of Queen Elizabeth 1, whose spirit lives in me, I was able to re-enact her formidable philosophies".

Nigeria's Activist Fights Racism in United Kingdom (UK)

In an exclusive interview with this correspondent, this woman profoundly knowledgeable woman in 'Divinity' revealed how she risks her life on several occasions to secure freedom for Nigerians, South Africans, Ghanaians, Somalians, Ugandans, Liberians, Angolans, Moroccans and Cameroonians battling various kinds of British immigration challenges. According to her, "Any revolutionist who has not been to prison is not yet ready. I have paid the price for Commonwealth citizens globally through my various sacrifices, still continuum in ensuring freedom, equity and justice for the people. When victory is ascertained, it is time to shame the wrong (racism) and hate in British system."

'Spirit of Queen Elizabeth 1 spiritually in me'

When asked the challenges she had to overcome to have become this popular in UK when it comes to activism, she explained that challenges helped her become bigger, since she sees no odds in obstacles. Her words: "I don't see any challenge in every obstacles placed my way by British system, rather I see opportunities, platform to re-enact the ideology of 'Commonwealth Mother' in bringing freedom, stability, justice, and fairness to the British system. Salvation of the people is freedom of the people. As an Independent Diplomat in UK, my government's target is to continue with the unfinished work of Queen Elizabeth 1, a royal monarch highly revered globally who ruled alone for nearly a half century by lending her name to greatest epoch in world history. She dazzled even her greatest enemies. Her sense of duty was admirable, though it came at personal cost. She was committed above all the else preserving English peace and stability; her genuine love for her subjects was legendary. Living the life of Queen Elizabeth 1 is a reality in me. I have since realized that all Commonwealth nations have no ideology. I really believe ideology gives me power. "

In her greatest speech to Parliament, she said "I count the glory of my crown that I have reigned with your love", and five centuries later, the worldwide love affair with Elizabeth Tudor continues.

Sounding philosophical, Alexia stated that "United States and British governments never executed the Doctrine of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UDHR. Late Obafemi Awolowo of Nigeria introduced UDHR into the country, since freedom is given when justice is seen to have been done."

British Government failed Commonwealth nations

In the words of Alexia: " I must confess to you that the British Government failed Commonwealth nations. That is why we have concluded plans to put in a place a working treaty through Alliance for Commonwealth, where freedom is a right not a favor or prerogative of any faulty system.

The Commonwealth Liberation Party, TCLP

Through the instrumentation of law Alexia has created a viable political platform for Commonwealth citizens in UK willing to effectively participate in politics, ready to defend and ensure justice is upheld in the length and breadth of the Queen's enclave. "As Chairman of TCLP, I am not entitled to contest any political position, I am to ensure that every opportunities are given to all members of Commonwealth nations, who already register with us to contest British elections. For the records, 2nd Apocalypse of Judaism led to the 2nd World War. We are here to stop any appearances of Apocalypse of Judaism. TCLP is destined to stop 3rd Apocalypse of Judaism."

Independent Diplomatic Commission, IDC

Alexia in this rare interview explained that as the Royal Mother and President of Independent Diplomatic Commission, IDC, as well as Chairman of TCLP, she said "I don't contest election, but I am entitled to give tickets on a fair-level platform of ours to those who want to contest elections. For the intending Commonwealth candidates to be eligible, he/she will need to visit our IDC website at: write our examination, passed same to be fit to fully represent ideology and power for the people. The IDC stands for Equity, Rights, Social Integration and Treaty Alliance Commission for Nations of Commonwealth. As at today, 53 countries of Commonwealth are victims of segregation. This is why I strongly believe that when a party with great ideology comes into power, we would identify people whose Visas have expired in UK labeled 'No Identity' by the police. The knowledge I carry is very weighty in Divinity through Queen of Elizabeth 1. In Africa, where we come from, insanity is the mother of the day. And here in UK, wherever the authorities say NO to a Commonwealth citizen, when I control their minds there will be liberation. Presently, we are government not in power, but richer in power of ideology.

Protectorate Police Commission

In ensuring the rights of Commonwealth citizens in Europe and UK are not trampled upon, Alexia takes her activism a step further by establishing Protectorate Police Commission, PPC, "to secure bails for Commonwealth citizens kept in immigration camps against their desires. We believe no Commonwealth citizen shall be imprisoned until found guilty. Domestic violence against the men is same as domestic violence against the women. We act as mediators in domestic issues because our officers are experts in conflict resolution. We aim to protect every home from unlawful entry following constant abuse on Commonwealth citizens by the local authorities and other government agencies."

Saved Nigerian musicians from British Immigration Jigsaw

On a lighter side, Alexia explained to this correspondent how she was able to save Abass Akande Obesere, a Fuji exponent and Olu Maintain, a funk-high life artiste from British immigration crises. She said "In 2008, Abass Obesere earlier had issues regarding his 'visitor's visa status' on the point of entry to London where he had some shows earlier arranged for him by some Nigerian community. I was called upon by his manager on the 'No appropriate visa status'. My diplomatic intervention and prompt action with the British immigration facilitated his quick release. A year after (2009), he was again stopped by British immigration on his point of entry on allegations that he deliberately did not communicate with them in English language, as they did not understand what he meant. I intervened again and secured his release.

"Similar experience happened when Olu Maintain, another Nigerian musician had challenges with British immigration at the point of entry where there were allegations that some of his band boys would not be allowed entry on the soil of UK to perform. I was called upon, again I ensured all his band boys were released unconditionally."

Reaches out to Nigerian Govt, African Union leaders

"I am using this medium to reach out to Nigerian government and African Union Heads of State, as well as Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, to reach out to us here in UK so that together we can ensure that no member of Commonwealth is detained, imprisoned illegally. We are asking for urgent help in this regard. Remember, freedom of a man is free but needed assistance for freedom logistics.

"As the Royal Mother, President of Independent Diplomatic Commission, and Chairman of Commonwealth Liberation Party, TCLP, our government is duty bound through the instruments of law to enforce Treaty and eliminate undue policies because policies will not, must not, should not and cannot override Treaty."

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - OPEC drops Nigeria's ex-Petroleum Minister as Host for 168th Ordinary Meeting...Event holds Dec. 4


OPEC drops Nigeria's ex-Petroleum Minister as Host for 168th Ordinary Meeting...Ceremony slated for December 4 in Vienna, Austria

*The Conference mandates Sec. General Abdalla Salem El-Badri to preside as Chief Executive

*Board of Governors summon Emergency Meeting over Diezani Alison-Madueke UK Bribery


ORGANIZATION of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, (OPEC) members are presently in dilemma over the on-going bribery and fraudulent scandal involving their first Female 66th President, Diezani Alison-Madueke, former Nigeria's Petroleum Minister that was arrested in London, given bail few days ago after she allegedly stole $1.48billion unaccounted fund belonging to Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, and a whooping sum of 27,000 Pounds cash was found in her exotic mansion in Edmund's Terrace, Westminster city, London. The money was ordered seized being 'proceeds of crime' by Judge of The Westminster Magistrate's Court on Marylebone Road, London on Monday (34 hours ago). The cash was seized under Section 295 of Proceeds of Crime Act 2012.

While her Nigerian Passport and 4 others with her had been confiscated, OPEC feeling highly embarrassed by this disgraceful act of Diezani have have summoned an Emergency Meeting, been a direction given by the Board of Governors to ensure the reputation and image of OPEC is not torn into shreds in the eyes of the global audience. This secret meeting, according to one of the directors in OPEC (who preferred anonymity) in view of the sensitivity of the subject has been slated for December 2, 2015 in the boardroom of the organization. The item of discussion is: 'DIEZANI, OPEC & FUTURE'.

Our correspondent gathered that the Board of Governors were so shocked that a highly celebrated African economist as Diezani whom they all take pride had fallen into the web of corruption, thereby dragging their reputable organization with her, after she was nabbed by Britain's National Crime Agency, NCA. His words: "We are all sad in OPEC From the Directors, Heads-of-Department, HODs and Member Nations why our first Female President could bring us shame. It is really difficult to understand. She should not have dragged us into this mess."

OPEC drops Nigeria's ex-Petroleum Minister as Host for 168th Ordinary Meeting

Tired of these shameful experiences, the Board of Governors in accordance with the provisions of OPEC Statute have prevailed on the Secretary General, Abdalla Salem El-Badri who is Head, Executive Organ of OPEC Secretariat to take full charge as the organization's Chief Executive Officer, CEO, and lead its 168th Ordinary Meeting scheduled for Vienna, Austria by December 4, 2015, where all 12 Member Nations of OPEC will be physically present. These OPEC members nations are representing Algeria, Nigeria, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Gabon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Venezuela

"Since the Secretariat was originally established in 1961 in Geneva, Switzerland and on April 1965 when we had our 8th (Extraordinary)OPEC Conference where a Host Agreement was reached with Government of Austria, effectively moving the Organization's Headquarters to the city of Vienna on September 1, 1965, OPEC has never been put to shame. I can assure you that far reaching decisions would be made at the end of our Emergency Meeting as directed by our Board of Governors," explained this OPEC director.

Further investigation by our correspondent among few OPEC Member Nations in Europe and Africa showed that Diezani's days are numbered in OPEC, as she is now seeing globally as 'huge liability to the Organization'.

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Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Sign a Letter on Protesting/Promoting the African Writers Series

please add my name to your letter.  my particulars are at the bottom of this email
i urge others on this list to do the same
thanks for undertaking this project
ken harrow

On 10/9/15 6:42 AM, 'Chambi Chachage' via USA Africa Dialogue Series wrote:

Dear Sir,
We the below signed write to express our grave concern at the publishing policies of Pearson in relation to African fictional writing. When Pearson took over the Heinemann African Writers Series in 2011 the list included some 300 titles of poetry, novels, political and social thought, short stories and drama. The international community of African writers, scholars and readers of African literature were delighted that this seminal and iconic list was to be maintained. Indeed Pearson promised to develop the list and put out a call for new writing to add to its African publishing.

In September 2015 if one consults the list 72 titles are given. Of these 17 are not currently in print and only three appear with promised dates of publication. In all other cases Pearson simply says that there will be a reprint 'soon' – a listing which has in several cases now been posted for years. This means that out of the list acquired only 55 titles, or approximately one sixth, are still available.

Key texts not even listed any more include Okot p'Bitek's seminal poems Song of Lawino and Song of Okot which are foundational to any understanding of the development of modern African writing. Other hugely significant writers who have become casualties of the list include Alex La Guma, Taban lo Liyong, Sembene Ousmane, Ali Mazrui, Christopher Okigbo, Robert Serumaga, and Jack Mapanje, to name but a few. Recently even Nobel prize winner, Wole Soyinka's poetry volume, Poems of Black Africa, appears to have been dropped, while it appears his major novel, The Interpreters, never made it to Pearson. Every year, those of us teaching and reading African literature find we have less and less choice available to us.

We were particularly pleased with the idea of, and call for, new African writing put out by Pearson in 2012. In that year Amir Tag Elsir's, The Grub Hunter, was indeed published under the imprint of AWS, but three years later it is no longer listed.

It appears that having taken over the stewardship of the greatest single list of African writing, Pearson has no interest in maintaining or developing the fabulous riches of African literature. We appreciate that Pearson is a business, however we also doubt the good faith of the publisher which has reneged on promises to take over and build on its African writers series. We certainly continue to wish to purchase and teach many of these texts, and are now increasingly lacking the ability to introduce new readers to the treasury of modern African literature.

We ask Pearson to revisit its African Writers list and to explain why so many titles promised reprinting are not appearing, and why new publishing is not coming on line as promised. We would also like to know, at a time when so many publishers are able to deliver any text on their list through on demand printing, why even texts of less mass interest are not being made available.

Yours faithfully,
Professor Jane Plastow.  University of Leeds, UK

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Vicensia Shule <>
To: Chambi Chachage <>
Sent: Thursday, October 8, 2015 12:12 PM

On Wednesday, October 7, 2015 7:13 PM, Jane Plastow <> wrote:

Dear All,
Please read the attached letter which is protesting to Pearson Publishers about how they have radically run down the African writers Series after acquiring it from Heinemann. If you agree with the sentiments expressed please email me with your name, title, nationality and institutional affiliation and I will add your name to the list at the bottom of the letter. Also please pass this letter on to others who may be concerned and ask them to do the same thing. I'm just starting out with folks I know but surely there are many of us horrified at the running down of the list. I'll keep this open for a couple of weeks and see who has signed.

All best wishes,
Jane Plastow
Professor of African Theatre
University of Leeds

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