Deuteronomy 32:19-21 and Romans 10:19
When Moses was about to join his ancestors he told his people that he knew they would soon after provoke Ọlọrun by turning away from Him and following the ways of the Gentiles and adopt their religions e.g. Christianity and Islam. Thus His people would profane His name and give opportunity to the Gentiles to subjugate and look down on them. During and after the resulting severe punishment that Ọlọrun will mete out to His people a time will come when He will use a crude and foolish people to provoke His people who, out of jealousy for their culture, will use facts to defend and stand up for themselves and call the bluff of the foolish people. With social media, the youth among His people have been seeing for themselves the deceitful propaganda of this foolish people rather and are no longer as liberal (or naïve) as the previous generation. The insults have been serving to evoke a sense of pride among His people with regard to their culture which they can not deny is unique and rich, and the foolish people have been responding with ever more provocations. The provocative people are described as foolish because they do not consider the long-term consequences of their insults. They are the Igbo people while the people they provoke continuously to anger are the Yoruba. Even the Yoruba who follow other religions than Ifa which Ọlọrun gave them will begin to return to the truth, i.e. Ifa, out of jealousy as support for the alien ways is akin to being on the side of the Igbo. Note that the Igbo have a history and tradition of provoking others not just the Yoruba, and provoked the ignition of the Nigerian civil war of 1967 – 1970. The more Yoruba people return to Ọlọrun the more Igbo will blaspheme against everything Yoruba. likewise, the more Negroes return to their ancestral traditions the more supremacist Amorites will utter blasphemies against Negroes. Both the supremacist Igbo and Amorites will rather serve anything including images and demons rather than acknowledge the Yoruba and Negroes in general e.g. Revelations 16:8-16.
Below are screenshots of provocative comments made by supremacist Igbos. They will be updated from time to time with the latest on top.
Could Oduduwa Be Lucifer ? (http://www.nairaland.com/948588/could-oduduwa-lucifer)
Oduduwa Didn’t Fall From “Heaven” But Was Deported From “Heaven” Against His Wil (http://www.nairaland.com/1136177/oduduwa-didnt-fall-heaven-deported)
Yorubas The Most Vocal In Inciting The Complete Extermination Of Igbos! (http://www.nairaland.com/1069069/yorubas-most-vocal-inciting-complete)
Igbos Always Desired To Dominate This Country. Never Trust Them. (http://www.nairaland.com/1069833/igbos-always-desired-dominate-country)
How A Motorcyclist Was Almost Killed By Fulani Herdsmen (http://www.nairaland.com/1079300/how-motorcyclist-almost-killed-fulani)
Group Demonstrates In Lagos For Biafra’s Sovereignty (http://www.nairaland.com/1089090/group-demonstrates-lagos-biafra-sovereignty)
Fashola: Stay In Your Village If You Cant Obey Our Traffic Law (http://www.nairaland.com/1095551/fashola-stay-village-cant-obey)
Indigeneship Clause Causes Uproar At Public Hearing (http://www.nairaland.com/1099648/indigeneship-clause-causes-uproar-public)
Obafemi Awolowo and Chinua Achebe’s tale of fantansy (http://thenationonlineng.net/new/politics/obafemi-awolowo-and-chinua-achebes-tale-of-fantasy/)
Saro-Wiwa critiques Achebe’s “There Was a Country” (http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/10/saro-wiwa-critiques-achebes-there-was-a-country/)
Book Serial: Ile-Ife: City of 201 gods (http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/12/book-serial-ile-ife-city-of-201-gods-2/)