BIAFRAN WAR: DIPLOMATIC WAR DOCUMENTS – (50th Anniversary, Jan. 15, 1970)

FULL EVIDENCE THAT NIGERIA-BIAFRA WAR IS A (BRITISH PROXY WAR).  TO SHOW YOU THAT EVERYTHING SAID ON RADIOBIAFRA, IS “THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH.” 

IT IS ***IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THAT NIGERIA NEVER FOUGHT BIAFRA,*** RATHER, THE BRITISH AND THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY FOUGHT BIAFRA FOR 3 SOLID YEARS, YET THE BIAFRAN COURAGEOUS FORCES WORE THEM OUT, (EVEN RESULTING TO THE USA TOTALLY LOSING CONFIDENCE IN NIGERIA AND EVEN THE GLOBAL FORCES ABILITY TO DEFEAT BIAFRA. ***IMPORTANT*** USA PRESIDENT NIXON CLEARLY INDICATED THAT THE “USA WAS WRONG FOR SUPPORTING THE FMG OF NIGERIA” AND THAT THE US STATE DEPT. SHOULD IMMEDIATELY START WITHDRAWING THEIR SUPPORT FOR THE FMG, SEE  MEMO #84), BUT THE BRITISH CONTINUED PRESSURING THEM FOR SUPPORT. (IMAGINE WHAT BIAFRA WOULD HAVE BEEN LIKE AS A SOVEREIGN NATION TODAY, IF USA FOLLOWED THROUGH ON PRESIDENT NIXON’S DECISION TO PULL ALL STOPS IN SUPPORTING THE BRITISH AND THE FMG. (SEE MEMO #84).

THUS, (NIGERIA MUST THEN BE READY THIS TIME AROUND, FOR A COMPLETE DECIMATION AND TOTAL DESTRUCTION FROM BIAFRAN FORCES, WITHIN THE SHORTEST PERIOD OF TIME. THIS IS NOT 1967-70, IF OUR FATHERS CAN COURAGEOUSLY BATTLE IT OUT WITH THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY FOR 3 SOLID YEARS WITH LITTLE TO NOTHING, IMAGINE WHAT WE AS MODERN DAY BIAFRANS, ALL ACROSS THE GLOBE CAN DO NOW, WITH ALL OUR GLOBAL RESOURCES. THIS WAR IS ONLY AT THE BEGINNING STAGES! BRACE YOURSELVES!).

1. Telegram 5133 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, January 11, 1969

2. Telegram 333 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January, 14, 1969

3. Memo From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, Jan 28, 1969

4. National Security Study Memorandum 11, Washington, January 28, 1969

5. Intelligence Memorandum, Washington, January 29, 1969

6. Talking Paper, Washington, undated

7. Telegram 16759 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, Washington, February 3, 1969,

8. Study Prepared by the NSC Interdepartmental Group on Africa, Washington, February 4, 1969

9. Study Prepared by the NSC Interdepartmental Group on Africa, Washington, February 4, 1969

10. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Security Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger), Wash DC, Feb 6, 1969

10. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Security Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger), Wash DC, F

11. Policy Options Paper, Washington, February 7, 1969

12. Telegram 20875 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, February 9, 1969

13. Paper Prepared by the NSC Interdepartmental Group for Africa, Washington, February 10, 1969

14. Memorandum of Telephone Conversation Washington February 11 1969 5.25 pm

15. Telegram 22400 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, February 12, 1969

16. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Security Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 12, 1969

16. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Security Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb

17. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo From Richard V. Allen of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Natl Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 13, 1969

17. Memo From Richard V. Allen of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Natl Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 13, 1

18. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assit for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 14, 1969

19. Issues Paper, Washington, February 14, 1969

20. Issues Paper Prepared for President Nixon, Washington, February 14, 1969

21. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo of Tele Conv Bet Under Sec of St for Public Affairs (Richardson) and Pres Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 20, 1969

21. Memo of Tele Conv Bet Under Sec of St for Public Affairs (Richardson) and Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affr (Kissinger), Wash, Fe

22. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February 21, 1969

22. Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February

23. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February 21, 1969

23. Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February

24: FULL DESCRIPTION: Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February 22, 1969

24. Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, February

25: FULL DESCRIPTION: Letter from the Sec-Treasurer of Joint Church Aid-U.S.A., Inc. (Kinney) to the Special Coordinator on Relief (Ferguson), NY, Feb 26, 1969

25. Letter from the Sec-Treasurer of Joint Church Aid-U.S.A., Inc. (Kinney) to the Special Coord on Relief (Ferguson), NY, Feb

26. Memorandum of Conversation, Paris, March 1, 1969, 10.00 a.m.

27. Telegram 2010 from the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, March 6, 1969

28. Telegram 36410 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, March 8, 1969

29. Telegram 2674 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, March 26, 1969

30. Research Memo From the Director of the Bureau of Intell and Research (Hughes) to Sec of State Rogers, Wash, April 2, 1969

31. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, April 8, 1969

31. Memorandum From the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Washington, April 8,

32. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Secy Affairs (Kissinger) to the Under Sec of State (Richardson), Wash, April 15, 1969

33. Telegram 58725 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Liberia, April 16, 1969

34. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo From the Country Dir for West Africa (Melbourne) to the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (Palmer), Washington, April 18, 1969

34. Memo From the Country Dir for West Africa (Melbourne) to the Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Palmer), Wash, April 1

35. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, April 21, 1969

36. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, April 24, 1969

37. Telegram 3636 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, April 25, 1969

38. Situation Report Prepared by Nigerian Task Force, April 29, 1969, 4.00 p.m.

39. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, May 5, 1969

40. Telegram 3911 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, May 5, 1969

41. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, May 15, 1969

42. Memo From Acting Exe Sec of the Dept of State (Walsh) to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, May 15, 1969

43. Aide Mimoire From the Special Coordinator (Ferguson), Washington, May 16, 1969

44. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, May 26, 1969

45. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, June 2, 1969

46. Telegram 5026 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, June 4, 1969

47. Situation Report Prepared by the Nigerian Task Force, Washington, June 6, 1969

48. Department of State Press Statement, Washington, undated

49. Telegram 5164 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, June 7, 1969

50. Telegram 1835 From the Mission to the Euro Office of the UN to the Dept of State, Geneva, June 9, 1969

51. Telegram 93759 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, June 10, 1969

52. Telegram 5314 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, June 11, 1969

53. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, June 13, 1969

54. Telegram 5401 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, June 13, 1969

55. Telegram 99708 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, June 18, 1969

56. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, July 1, 1969

57. Telegram 109879 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, July 2, 1969

58. Memo From the President’s Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, July 7, 1969

59. Telegram 6116 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, July 7, 1969

60. FULL DESCRIPTION: Briefing Memo From the Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Palmer) to Under Sec of State (Richardson), Wash, July 7, 1969

60. Briefing Memo From the Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Palmer) to Under Sec of State (Richardson), Wash, July 7, 19

61. Telegram 114395 From the Department of State to the Embassy in New Zealand, July 10, 1969

62. FULL DESCRIPTION: Memo From the Deputy Assist to the Pres (Butterfield) to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, July 14, 1969

62. Memo From the Deputy Assist to the Pres (Butterfield) to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, July 14, 196

63. Telegram 116458 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, July 15, 1969

64. Telegram 116460 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, July 15, 1969

65. Telegram 116456 From the Dept of State to the Embassy in France and the U.S. Mission in Geneva, July 15, 1969

66. Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Washington, July 18, 1969

67. FULL DESCRIPTION: Telegram 2581 From the Mission to the European Office of the United Nations to the Department of State, Geneva, July 23, 1969

67. Telegram 2581 From the Mission to the European Office of the United Nations to the Department of State, Geneva, July 23, 196

68. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, July 31, 1969, 5.00 p.m.

69. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Aug 1, 1969 5:30pm

70. Telegram 2740 From the Mission to the European Office of the UN to the Depart of State, Geneva, August 1, 1969

71. Telegram 129202 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, August 2, 1969

72. Telegram 6969 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, August 2, 1969

73. Telegram 129331 From the Depart of State to the Embassies in Nigeria and the United Kingdom, Aug 2, 1969

74. Telegram 2773 From the Mission to the European Office of the UN to the Depart of State, Geneva, Aug 4, 1969

75. Telegram 7068 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, August 5, 1969

(***IMPORTANT*** (MEMO 76) – THIS IS IT FOR YOUR EVIL ONE NIGERIA! THE TYPICAL DIVIDE AND CONQUER. (MAZI NNAMDI KANU & GEORGE ONYIBE IS 100% CORRECT). FOR ALL THOSE EVIL FULANI FORCES OCCUPYING OUR LAND AND OPPRESSING OUR PEOPLE FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS, BRACE YOURSELVES FOR WHAT IS TO COME, AS “THERE WILL BE NO MERCY,” YOUR BLOOD WILL BE USED TO CLEANSE AND WIPE THE HOLY LAND OF BIAFRA!!!). AFTER READING (MEMO 76), ANY IGNORANT PERSON STILL THINKING THAT THE PEOPLE THAT OCCUPIED YOUR LAND FOR OVER 50 YEARS WILL OUT OF A SUDDEN, GIVE YOU “IGBO PRESIDENCY” TO RULE OVER THEM, WHILE OCCUPYING YOUR LAND, YOU NEED TO LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND CALL YOURSELF A “BIG FOOL!”

76. ***IMPORTANT*** Memorandum Prepared by the Office of Current Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, August 5, 1969

77. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Aug 10, 1969

78. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Aug 11, 1969

79. ***IMPORTANT*** Special National Intelligence Estimate, Washington, August 12, 1969

80. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Newsom), Wash, Aug 21, 1969

***MEMO #81*** CLEARLY SHOWS THAT OUR BIAFRAN FATHERS AND MOTHERS OVERPOWERED NIGERIAN FORCES, TAKING OVER 90% OF WEAPONS WE USED TO FIGHT, EVEN THE ONES SUPPLIED TO THEM BY FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND USED THOSE SAME WEAPONS TO FIGHT AND DEFEAT NIGERIA. THUS, WE ARE NOT WORRIED ABOUT THE WEAPONS THE FOOLISH NIGERIAN MILITARY COWARDS ARE STOCK PILING ALL OVER THE MOSQUES AND FORESTS OF BIAFRALAND, FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS, AS THEY ARE SIMPLY MAKING OUR JOB EASIER FOR US. WITHIN THE SHORTEST POSSSBLE TIME, THEY WILL BE TOTALLY AND COMPLETELY DECIMATED WITH THOSE SAME WEAPONS, JUST LIKE OUR BRAVE FATHERS & MOTHERS DID, BACK IN THE LATE 60’S.

81. ***IMPORTANT*** Letter From Norman Cousins to the Pres Assistant for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), New York, Aug 25, 1969

82. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Aug 21, 1969

83. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to Anthony Lake of the Nat Sec Council Staff, Wash, Aug 23, 1969

FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS, THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENTS HAVE BEEN LYING AND DECEIVING NIGERIANS ABOUT WHAT TRANSPIRED DURING THE BIAFRAN-NIGERIA CONFLICT. ***MEMO #84*** CLEARLY SHOWS THAT BIAFRAN COURAGEOUS FORCES DEFEATED THE NIGERIA HANDS DOWN, EVEN WITH THE GLOBAL FORCES SUPPORTING THE FMG, RESULTING TO USA PRESIDENT NIXON LOSING TOTAL CONFIDENCE IN FMG, AND DEMANDING THAT SUPPORTING NIGERIA WAS WRONG AND INSTRUCTING THE USA SECRETARY OF STATE TO IMMEDIATELY START PUTTING ALL STOPS, AND START WITHDRAWING THEIR SUPPORT TO THE FMG OF NIGERIA. (WE REST OUR CASE!)

84. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** Memo to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs, Henry Kissinger, Aug 28 1969

85. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Aug 30, 1969

86. (Intentionally Left Blank – US State Dept: Presently Still a ‘Current’ CLASSIFIED Document, among Others).

87. Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Washington, September 2, 1969

88. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Attorney General Mitchell, Wash, Sept 1, 1969

89. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Sept 4, 1969

90. Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Washington, September 9, 1969

91. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Sept 12, 1969

92. Telegram 8336 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, September 16, 1969

93. Memo From the President’s Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Sept 20, 1969

94. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Sept 20, 1969

95. Memo From the Pres. Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Sept 20, 1969

***IMPORTANT*** AFTER 50 YEARS OF TOTAL FAILURE, OF THE SPIRIT OF ONE NIGERIA, THE USA NEEDS NO FURTHER EXPLANATION. THE USA IS NOW TAKING THE BULL BY THE HORN, AGAINST THE TERRORIST ISLAMIC STATES OF NORTHERN NIGERIA, AFTER NOW REALIZING, WHAT BIAFRANS KNEW OVER 50 YEARS AGO, THAT THE USELESS CONCEPT OF ONE NIGERIA IS NOTHING BUT A TOOL OF OPPRESSION AGAINST THE BIAFRAN PEOPLE. BIAFRAN STATED THEN IN THE 60’S THAT IT WILL NEVER WORK, AND IT DID NOT WORK! (AS BIAFRANS, WE REST OUR CASE!)

96. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, September 22, 1969

97. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Sept 22, 1969

98. Memorandum of Conversation, New York, September 25, 1969

99. Memorandum of Conversation, New York, September 26, 1969

100. Memorandum of Conversation, New York, October 2, 1969

101. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Newsom), Wash, Oct 6, 1969

102. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Washington, Oct 6, 1969

103. Memorandum From Secretary of State Rogers to President Nixon, Washington, October 6, 1969

*** IMPORTANT*** AS USUAL, IN (MEMO 104), THE FMG, LIKE THEY DO IN THE PRESENT DAY, TRY TO USE ONE OF OUR OWN (OKI ARIKPO), TO MIS-INFORM THE USA, ABOUT THE SITUATION ON THE GROUND, JUST BY GIVING HIM POSITION AS FOREIGN MINISTER, WHILE GENOCIDE IS BEING COMMITTED AGAINST HIS OWN PEOPLE. WHILE EFFIONG WAS FIGHTING TO LIBERATE HIS PEOPLE, ARIKPO WAS BUSY, DESTROYING THAT EFFORT. (YET THEY WERE BOTH FROM THE SAME PLACE). TODAY, EFFIONG’S NAME IS “WRITTEN IN GOLD.” WHERE IS ARIKPO TODAY? IN THE DUST BIN OF HISTORY! MOST PEOPLE NEVER EVEN HEARD OF HIM, WHY? “EZI AFA KA EGO.” (GOOD NAME IS BETTER THAN MONEY). LIKE OTHERS BEFORE AND AFTER HIM, THE ZOO USED HIM AND DUMPED HIM. TODAY NO BODY KNOWS HIM. HIS NAME WAS NOT EVEN INCLUDED IN THE 50 NAMES HONORED DURING THE ZOO’s 50th ANNIVERSARY. RESULTING TO THIS PETITION, FROM HIS PEOPLE, WHICH DID NOT CHANGE ANYTHING. https://myemail.constantcontact.com/In-Defense-of-Okoi-Arikpo-s-Legacy—Emerging-Perspectives.html?soid=1102909337223&aid=ye0QHBXA5WQ THEY SIMPLY USED AND DUMPED HIM. LIKE OHAMADIKE SAID, “IF YOU SERVE THE ZOO”, YOU WILL ALWAYS COME BACK IN DISGRACE! THAT IS USUALLY WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU BETRAY AND SABOTAGE YOUR OWN PEOPLE.

WHILE ARIKPO WAS QUICK TO VOMIT ALL THE RUBBISH ON (MEMO 104), ABOUT THE MORALE OF OUR PEOPLE ON THE GROUND, (WHEN IN FACT THE QUESTION HE WAS ASKED WAS HOW CAN HE EXPLAIN ABOUT “HIGH MORALE INSIDE BIAFRA”. HE THOUGHT HE WAS TALKING TO AN ORDINARY MAN, NOT KNOWING THAT HE WAS TALKING TO A SOPHISTICATED AMERICAN, WHO CAN REASON CORRECTLY. — LOOK AT WHAT THE AMERICAN REPLIED TO HIM

.. “I replied that I will not quarrel with Arikpo, on this point. But if his view were correct, the Biafrans were putting up a very impressive front. That kind of ingenuity – – if not genuine popular support for secession – – presented Lagos with a formidable challange.”

(NOW YOU CAN SEE WHAT A FELLOW BIAFRAN FROM CROSS RIVER STATE, WAS SAYING AGAINST HIS OWN PEOPLE, INCLUDING OJUKWU, BIAFRAN ELITES AND OUR PEOPLE THAT RETURNED FROM OVERSEAS TO SUPPORT OUR PEOPLE OF BIAFRIA, DURING THE WAR. ARIKPO WAS SAYING ALL THAT SIMPLY BECAUSE HE WAS MADE A MINISTER IN NIGERIA GOVT. (THE CORRECT THING FOR HIM TO HAVE DONE, WOULD HAVE BEEN TO RESIGN HIS POSITION IN PROTEST OF HIS PEOPLE BEING KILLED, AFTER ALL, AKANU IBIAM, RETURNED ALL HIS BRITISH AWARDS BACK TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II, IN PROTEST OF THE KILLINGS OF HIS PEOPLE.

OBVIOUSLY OKI ARIKPO GOT THE MESSAGE, FROM THE AMERICAN. TOMORROW, AN IGNORANT PERSON WILL TELL YOU THAT AN IGBO MAN IS THE PROBLEM IN BIAFRALAND. IT DID NOT START TODAY.)

NOW EFFORT IS BEING MADE AGAIN, IN THIS (ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO LIBERATE OUR PEOPLE), LIKE IN THE PAST BY OHAMADIKE AND MANY BIAFRANS ALL ACROSS THE WORLD. TO FREE OURSELVES FROM THIS EVIL BONDAGE, CALLED NIGERIA. OHAMADIKE HAS MADE MORE THAN ENOUGH EFFORT TO REUNITE OUR BIAFRAN PEOPLE FROM THE DIVIDE AND CONQUER POLICIES OF THE ZOO, AND THE WEST. SO ANYONE OR ANY TRIBE THAT REFUSES TO COME ON BOARD THIS TRAIN, THIS TIME AROUND, WILL ONLY HAVE THEMSELVES TO BLAME! THEY BETTER PREPARE TO DEAL WITH THE EVIL ZOO ALONE, i.e WHATEVER IS LEFT OF THE ZOO, ONCE BIAFRA IS GONE, AND EQUALLY POTENTIALLY, ODUDUWA IS GONE! EVERYTHING IS CLEAR TO EVERYONE NOW. AT THIS POINT, NO FURTHER EXPLANATION IS NECESSARY TO ANYONE OR ANY TRIBE, AS WE ARE MOVING FORWARD!!! 

104. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, October 12, 1969, 1-4 p.m.

105. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assis for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Oct 15, 1969

106. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assistfor Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Oct 24, 1969

107. Telegram 180295 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, October 24, 1969

108. Telegram 3001 From the Embassy in Ivory Coast to the Department of State, October 24, 1969

109. Memo From Roger Morris Nat Sec Council Staff to Deputy Assist to Pres for Nat Sec Affairs (Haig), Wash, Oct 27, 1969

110. Memo From the Exe Sec of the Dept of State (Eliot) to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Nov 1, 1969

111. GEN. OJUKWU COURAGEOUS EXPOSES WESTERN CONSPIRACY WITH THE FMG. USA DOING DAMAGE CONTROL.

111. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Nov 6, 1969

112. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, November 6, 1969

113. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to Anthony Lake of the Nat Sec Council Staff, Wash, Nov 7, 1969

114. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Nov 11, 1969

115. US STATE DEPARTMENT DAMAGE CONTROL PRESS STATEMENT

115. ***IMPORTATNT*** Statement by Secretary Rogers, Washington, November 12, 1969

116. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nati Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Nov 14, 1969

US US INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS: BIAFRAN AIRFORCE STATE OF THE ART AIR CRAFTS. MORE POWERFUL THAN NIGERIAN USELESS OUTDATED AIR CRAFTS 

117. ***IMPORTANT*** Intel Note No. 811 From the Director of the Bureau of Intel and Research (Cline) to Sec of State Rogers, Wash, Nov 14, 1969

118. ***IMPORTANT***Intel Note No. 830 From the Director of the Bureau of Intel and Research (Cline) to Sec Rogers, Wash, Nov 26, 1969

119. Memorandum From the Acting Secretary of State (Richardson) to President Nixon, Washington, December 4, 1969

120. Memo From Pres Deputy Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Haig) to Pres Assistfor Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Dec 5, 1969

121. Memorandum Prepared for the Under Secretary of State (Richardson), Washington, Washington, December 9, 1969

122. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, December 10, 1969

123. Telegram 208132 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, December 16, 1969

124. Telegram 10757 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, December 17, 1969

125. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram 5483 From the Embassy in Ethiopia to the Department of State, Addis Ababa, December 18, 1969

126. Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, December 23, 1969

127. Memorandum From Secretary of State Rogers to President Nixon, Washington, January 9, 1970

128. Memo From Pres Deputy Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Haig) to Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Jan. 9, 1970

129. (Intentionally Left Blank – US State Dept: Presently Still a ‘Current’ CLASSIFIED Document, among Others).

130. *** IMPORTANT *** ANY IGNORANT PERSON STILL IN DOUBT ABOUT THE BRITISH PROXY WAR AGAINST BIAFRANS. A STARVATION GENOCIDE COMMITTED AGAINST THE IDEGENEOUS PEOPLE OF BIAFRA, WITH OVER 6 MILLIONS BIAFRANS DEAD. AN UNJUST AGGRESSION FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF ELIMINATING THE IBOS AS A TRIBE. (*READ MEMO 130 ITEM #3). PAY ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT BY THE US STATE DEPT:  “BIAFRANS ARE THREATENED MORE IMMEDIATELY BY AN UNDISCIPLINED AND VINDICTIVE FEDERAL ARMY. THE UNSPOKEN FEDERALS WAR AIM, IN THE COLLAPSE AS IN THE STARVATION BLOCKADE, REMAINS THE ELIMINATION OF THE IBOS AS A TRIBE”.

ALSO LOOK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE .. STATE’S FIRST INCLINATION WILL BE TO TREAD SOFTLY WITH THE FEDERALS ON THE GROUNDS THAT THEY ARE THE WINNING SIDE. ANYTHING SHORT OF A STRONG APPROACH TO LAGOS WILL BE DE FACTO ACQUIESCENCE IN SOME DEGREE OF GENOCIDE WE SHOULD COOPERATE FULLY WITH THE FRENCH, BUT THE KEY IS IN LONDON.”

130. ***IMPORTANT**** Memo from Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), January 10, 1970

131. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Jan 10, 1970

132. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, January 10, 1970

133. Telegram 233 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January 10, 1970

134. *** IMPORTANT *** Memorandum From Secretary of State Rogers to President Nixon, Washington, January 12, 1970

135. Memo From the Pres’s Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon, Wash, Jan 12, 1970

136. Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 14, 1970, 5.40 p.m.

137. ***IMPORTANT*** DESPITE GLOBAL SUPPORT FOR FMG, THE TINY BRAVE BIAFRANS COURAGEOUSLY WITHSTOOD THE AGGRESSION FOR 3 YEARS, DEFEATING THE ZOO COWARDS IN MANY FRONTS FOR YEARS. BIAFRANS DID NOT PURSUE GUERRILLA WARFARE AGAINST NIGERIA IN 1970, AFTER THE WAR, THAT IS WHY THE EVIL DUNGEON AND CEMETERY CALLED NIGERIA STILL EXIST TODAY, CONSUMING THOUSANDS OF LIVES OF INNOCENT PEOPLE EVERYDAY! NIGERIA SHOULD BE ASSURED THIS TIME AROUND THAT BY THE TIME WE ARE DONE, THERE WILL BE NO NIGERIA! BRACE YOURSELVES > WE ARE COMING!!! THE BATTLE IS STILL YET TO BE WON!

137. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram From the Central Intel Agency to the White House Situation Room, Wash, Jan 14, 1970

138. Memorandum for the Record, Washington, January 14, 1970

139. Memo From Roger Morris of the Natl Sec Council Staff to the Under Sec of State (Richardson), Wash, Jan 14, 1970

140. ***IMPORTANT*** (MEMO #140), THE HIGHLY RESPECTED PEOPLE’S GENERAL DIM ODUMEJWU OJUKWU, RIGHTLY STATED, “BIAFRA HAD NOT LOST WAR AND IT WOULD SURVIVE!!! WHAT IS HAPPENING TODAY?

140. Telegram 6676 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Ivory Coast, January 15, 1970

141. Memo From Roger Morris of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Jan 15, 1970

142. ***IMPORTANT*** Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 15, 1970, 4.20 p.m.

143. ***IMPORTANT*** Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 15, 1970, 6.10 p.m.

144. Telegram 432 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January 15, 1970

145. Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 16, 1970, 2.40 p.m.

146. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, January 17, 1970, 10.30 a.m.

147. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Jan 19, 1970

148. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Jan 19, 1970

149. Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 20, 1970, 2.43 p.m.

150. Memo From the Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Newsom) to Sec of State Rogers, Wash, Jan 19, 1970

151. ***IMPORTANT*** “GENOCIDE AGAINST BIAFRANS” Memo From the Pres Assist for Natl Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Jan 20, 1970

152. Telegram 685 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January 21, 1970

153. Transcript of Telephone Conversation, Washington, January 22, 1970, 8.05 p.m.

154. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram 738 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January 22, 1970

155. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Jan 23, 1970

156. ***IMPORTANT *** Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, January 27-28, 1970

GOWON’S REASON FOR GENOCIDE AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF BIAFRA. HONORABLE UCHE MEFOR RIGHTFULLY SAID: THE MONSTER GOWON IS AN ARCH GENOCIDIST!

157. ***IMPORTANT***Telegram From the Central Intel Agency to White House Situation Room, Wash, Jan 30, 1970

158. Telegram 1005 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, January 29, 1970

159. Memo for the Record Prepared by William Watts of the Nat Security Council Staff, Wash, Feb 4, 1970

160. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram 24460 From the Department of State to the Embassy in the Congo (K), February 10, 1970

161. ***IMPORTANT*** Memorandum for the Record, Washington, February 15, 1970

162. Telegram 1699 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, February 15, 1970

163. ***IMPORTANT***  Memo From Pres Deputy Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Haig) to Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, Feb 16, 1970

164. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Feb 17, 1970

165. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Feb 24, 1970

166. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, March 14, 1970

167. Telegram 3073 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, March 26, 1970

168. Memorandum From the Assist Sec of State for African Affairs (Newsom) to Sec of State Rogers, Wash, undated

169. Memo From Richard T. Kennedy-Roger Morris Nat Sec Cl. Staff Pres Asst. for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), DC, April 7, 1970

170. ***IMPORTANT*** NIGERIAN USELESS GOVERNMENT COMPLAINING ABOUT VISA BEING ISSUED TO BIAFRANS, YET THEY FAILED NOT ONLY TO REBUILD BIAFRALAND, BUT EQUALLY FAILED TO BUILD MEANINGFUL INFRASTRUCTURES IN THE REST OF THE NOW EXPIRED COUNTRY, FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS. WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD LIKE TO LIVE IN A ZOO! LUNATICS!!!

170. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, April 14, 1970

171. ***VERY IMPORTANT***FOR ALL THE IGNORANT “ONE NIGERIANISTS”, THIS SPECIAL CIA REPORT TELLS YOU ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW. (MEMO 171). CLEARLY STATED ON THE FIRST PARAGRAPH “…BUT THE BASIC PROBLEMS THAT BROUGHT THE POLITICAL UPHEAVAL IN THE FIRST PLACE, REMAINED UNSOLVED!!! THE OLD FEDERAL SYSTEM WHICH WAS DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE THE POWER RELATIONSHIP AMONG THE THREE MAIN TRIBAL GROUPINGS, WAS UNABLE TO COPE WITH THESE PROBLEMS.” 

THE LAST PARAGRAPH CLEARLY STATED ” THE ACHIEVEMENT OF POLITICAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA IS NO EASY TASK. ALL THE FORCES CONTRIBUTING TO INSTABILITY – –  TRIBALISM, REGIONALISM, A PLETHORA OF SCHEMING POLITICIANS, AND ENDEMIC FINANCIAL CORRUPTION – REMAIN.”

THESE SAME PROBLEMS EXISTED 50 YEARS AGO AND BECAME 100 TIMES WORSE TODAY THAN THEN, SO WHAT IS THE SOLUTION AFTER NEARLY 60 YEARS OF WOEFUL FAILURE, DISSOLVE THE USELESS EVIL CONTRAPTION CALLED  NIGERIA, SO EVERYONE CAN GO THEIR SEPARATE WAYS!

171. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** Special Report Prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, May 28, 1970

172. Memo From the President’s Assist for Nat Security Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, June 1, 1970

173. Memo From the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Secretary of State Rogers, Wash, June 12, 1970

174. ***IMPORTANT*** 197. Dispatch to the Chief, Africa Division, Central Intelligence Agency, July 31, 1970

175. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, August 17, 1970

176. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From the Pres Assistant for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger) to Pres Nixon, Wash, Undated

177. ***IMPORTANT*** GLOBAL CONSPIRACY AGAINST OJUKWU AND BIAFRANS. THE USA CLEARLY INDICATED IN (MEMO 177), THAT (THE ONLY THING USA IS INTERESTED IN ABOUT THE AFTERMATH OF THE GENOCIDE WAR COMMITTED AGAINST BIAFRANS WAS TO PROTECT ITS INTEREST IN NIGERIA, AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE FMG.)  IF THE USA WAS NEUTRAL IN THE WAR AS THEY WISH THE WORLD TO BELIEVE, HOW COME, THE USA MADE EVERY EFFORT WITH THE STATE DEPT. TO ENSURE THAT THE STATE DEPT. DO ITS VERY BEST TO ENSURE THAT ***(OJUKWU WAS PREVENTED FROM EVEN SEEKING APPLICATION OF ASYLUM TO THE USA)***. NO SINCERE NEUTRAL NATION ON EARTH, WITH GOOD MORAL CONVICTIONS, WILL WITNESS A WAR, (ESPECIALLY, GENOCIDE WAR THAT UNJUSTLY WIPED FROM THE FACE OF THE DEATH, OVER 6 MILLION INNOCENT PEOPLE), THEN TURNED AROUND AND PREVENT THE LOSING WARRING FACTION’S LEADER, FROM SEEKING AND OBTAINING ASYLUM TO ITS COUNTRY. QUITE UNFORTUNATE!!! (ONYE AGHOGBULU KA AGBALU!)

177. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram 177998 from the Department of State to the Embassy in Ivory

178. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** National Intelligence Estimate, Washington, November 2, 1970

179. ***IMPORTANT*** Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, February 2, 1971

180. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, February 9, 1971

181. ***IMPORTANT*** Memorandum From President Nixon to Secretary of State Rogers, Washington, April 7, 1971

182. Telegram 60226 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, Washington, April 8, 1971

183. Telegram 3902 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State

184. ***IMPORTANT*** THE BEGINNING OF THE SUPPLY OF THE WEAPONS THE ISLAMIC BOKO HARAM FMG TERRORISTS STOCKPILED, TO BE LATER USED TO TERRORIZE AND KILL TENS OF THOUSANDS OF INNOCENT CHRISTIANS ALL ACROSS THE AFRICAN CONTINENT, ESPECIALLY IN NIGERIA, FOR THE PAST DECADE, TILL DATE. WHILE THE SO CALLED CHRISTIAN NATIONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE UNITED STATES FOLDS THEIR HANDS AND DID ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!!

184. ***IMPORTANT*** Telegram 74799 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria

185. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, May 27, 1971

186 ***VERY IMPORTANT*** GLOBAL CONSPIRACY! … THIS IS THE REAL REASON, WHY OVER 6 MILLION BIAFRANS WERE WIPED AWAY FROM THE FACE OF THIS EARTH! UNITED STATES AND EUROPEANS INTERESTS!

186. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** Airgram A-22 From the Department of State to the Embassy in Nigeria, Washington, June 21, 1971

187. ***IMPORTANT*** THE CHICKEN COWARD “GOWON” RENEGED ON HIS INVITATION TO VISIT THE UNITED STATES.

187. Letter From Major-General Gowon to President Nixon, Lagos

188. (Intentionally Left Blank – US State Dept: Presently Still a ‘Current’ CLASSIFIED Document, among Others).

189. ***IMPORTANT*** Letter From President Nixon to General Yakubu Gowon, Washington

190. Memorandum of Conversation, The Georgetown Club, Washington, November 8, 1971

191. Memorandum of Conversation, Washington, March 6-7, 1972

192. Memo From Fred Rondon of the Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, April 11, 1972

193. ***IMPORTANT*** THE US INTENDED TO BUILD CONSULATE IN PORT HARCOURT. THE FMG INITIALLY AGREED, BUT LATER REFUSED IT. THIS REFUSAL HAD COSTS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF LIVES IN UNTIMELY DEATHS OF INNOCENT CITIZENS; IN MOTOR ACCIDENTS, TRAVELING 12 HOURS BY ROADS, FROM THE SOUTH EASTS, OVER 700 KILOMETERS TO LAGOS, VIA DANGEROUS ROADS; FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS, WHEN A CONSULATE IN PORT HARCOURT, COULD HAVE PREVENTED THOSE UNTIMELY DEATHS. ALL IN AN EFFORT OF CONTINUING  MARGINALIZATION AND OPPRESSION OF BIAFRANS!

193. ***IMPORTANT*** Memo From Melvin H. Levine of Nat Sec Council Staff to the Pres Assist for Nat Sec Affairs (Kissinger), Wash, July 11, 1972

194. Telegram 8136 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, Lagos, October 18, 1972

195. Telegram 9519 From the Embassy in Nigeria to the Department of State, Lagos, December 11, 1972

***IMPORTANT*** US STATE DEPARTMENT CENTRAL FILES ON BIAFRA

***IMPORTANT*** US State Dept Files on Biafra – 101146_CF_Biafra67-69

***IMPORTANT*** USDS Foreign Relations 1969-1976 

***IMPORTANT*** USDS Foreign Relations 1969 1976 Volume E 5