The Roman’s Strength (A short story) by Hymar David

EASTER STORY. They stood outside the tomb, hugging themselves tightly against the biting cold. Their weapons hanging idly by their sides, their backs against the tomb’s wall. The darkness was thick. They could barely see the shapes of each other. One or two cursed in low tones. ” Raca!” Jemiah was the youngest of the … Continue reading

ON THE TIV ANNIHILATION: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE GOVERNMENTS OF NIGERIA, SAUDI ARABIA, ISRAEL, ITALY, THE VATICAN, FRANCE, BRAZIL, ENGLAND, CHINA, RUSSIA, and THE USA BY AONDOSOO LABE

AVE, IMPERATOR, MORITURI TE SALUTANT! As a proud African of the Tiv race and a patriotic Nigerian, I want to state here in clear terms that there is a calculated attempt by the Hausa/Fulani in Northen Nigeria to annihilate the Tiv race of North-Central Nigeria. The Tiv are predominantly Christian (majority Catholics) and the most … Continue reading

Angry Zombies (A Poem) by Daniel S. Moskowitz

Angry Zombies advance Hungry They burn the Church down Possessed by the Demons of their desiccated hearts They realize They committed a sin So, they become “Christians” And burn down the Mosque Then, they pray to Satan for forgiveness As their crops fail Their animals starve And their children are prostituted Maybe, Satan will emerge … Continue reading