Lagos State Monarch Mind Control Slavery on Indigenes

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Mind control is also known as manipulation, thought reform, brainwashing, mental control, coercive persuasion, malignant use of group dynamics, and many others. The fact that there are so many names indicates a lack of agreement which allows for confusion and distortion (especially by those using it covertly for their own benefit!!) Let's agree that mind control comes under the umbrella of persuasion and influence

The Oniru Monarch and his children in the present day Lagos deprive their indigenes of the following laws through manipulation, thought reform, brainwashing, mental control.

Fundamental Rights.

Right to Privacy                                                                

The 1999 Constitution guarantees and protects “the privacy of citizens, their homes, correspondence, telephone conversations and telegraphic communications..

Right to Freedom of Assembly and Association                                          

Every person shall be entitled to assembly freely and associate with other persons, and in particular he may form or belong to any political party, trade union or any association for the protection of his interests.

Right to Freedom of Expression    

Every Nigerian is entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart ideas and information without interference, and is entitled to own, establish and operate any medium for the dissemination of information, ideas and opinions

Right to Freedom from Discrimination                                                                     

1. No citizen of Nigeria is to be subjected to any disabilities or restrictions based solely on the fact that he/she is a member of a particular community, ethnic group, place of origin, sex, religion or political opinion, or circumstances of his/her birth.

2. No citizen of Nigeria is to be accorded any privilege or advantage that is not accorded to citizens of Nigeria of other communities, ethnic groups, places of origin, sex, religions or political opinions, or circumstances of his/her birth.