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The Hypocrisy Of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - Perestroika

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Melania Trump short story by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
​Nigeria's very own Chimananda Ngozi Adichie wrote a ridiculous piece for the New York Times Magazine where she reffered to America's first lady Michelle Trump as - in her own words :

" ...the reluctant wife of the president who displays an unease with her political fame. And she's a little bit racist too."

She wrote a micro-novel - Janelle Asked to the Bedroom, which is about a conversation between a forlorn Mellania Trump and her Pilates instructor Janelle. Chimananda potrayts Trump as envious of her predecessor's natural ease in the role of First Lady, She refers to America's first Lady as Mrs T all through. In her story Mrs T showed Janelle a video she's been watching on YouTube of Michelle Obama visiting classroom. She also reveals folder full of pictures of Obama in her laptop.
"Look at this. I always look at them for the inspiration", She says.

In this fictional world, Mrs T's only source of joy comes from her 11 year old autistic son, Baron. Here we have our very own Chimananda exhibiting Mellania as someone who exhibits casual racism that her husband, President Donald Trump, is often accused of sharing.

Mrs T makes a prejudicial remark when Janelle informs her that her son has been accepted to Harvard University. “He got scholarship to go?” she asks. “How automatic, this assumption of a scholarship, and Janelle knew she meant a scholarship not of smarts but of skin,” writes Adichie.

Here we have our very own Chimananda trying to depict a strained relationship between Mellania Trump and Donald Trump's children from previous marriages, particularly Ivanka Trump, whose close relationship with her husband she ensues.
Dear Chimananda Ngozi Adichie, you should be ashamed of yourself. Your trash reeks of racism, hate and insecurity. It is sad that you have chosen to drop the culture of integrity and respect that is the core of Nigerian values and join the morbid cry baby the world is against us self victimization culture of African Americans who have made the black race the cry baby of the world.

You hail from a country that still has a long way to go when it comes to social development. Rather than use your God given gift as a platform to push for reforms, to push for the old cabals to give young and capable Nigerians the chance to pilot the affairs of this country, you are out there insulting the wife and autistic child of another man simply because you do not like him.

You are not American. You did not even vote, yet you are playing propaganda for the wife of a man who spat on your own country. It is Obama who warned of grave consequences for Nigeria if the President goes ahead with his anti-same sex marriage legislation. When President Jonathan gave Obama the middle finger for trying to impose an alien culture It was Obama who for the first time in 30 years stopped the importation of Nigeria's oil. The consequence was an economic recession for Nigeria on a scale not seen in nearly three decades.

It is Obama who at the height of the Boko Haram Insurgency slammed an arm's embargo in the Nigerian Army and torpedoed several attempts by Nigeria to buy arms over allegations of " human rights violation of Boko Haram captives"

Is it not a shame that the first black president of the United States made two trips to Africa and refused to come to Nigeria, the largest black nation on earth? You are a disgrace to Nigerian women. Denegrading the wife, husband and autistic son of a public figure goes against the value of Nigerian women.

Where us your dignity Chimananda? What are your values? Liberal debauchery? Same sex marraige? Political intolerance? Freedom to do or say whatever you like without consequences ? Shame on you Chimananda. You've sold your values and morality.

A real African woman will never do such. African women are cultured and have attained a level of social cohesion African American women can only dream of.


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