THE CODE OF THE ROMAN ORDER
The Roman numerals I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, L, C, D, M, and M and the Latin and/or Spanish languages comprised some of the Christian codes of which was born out of the Asiatic Universities in Span. Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Columbia, and Venezuela, comprised the springboard for the European Nations to have many different races and castes systems to populate the Americas, and to try and kill the original inhabitants of the Western hemisphere.
In 45 BCE, New Year's Day is celebrated on January 1 for the first time in history as the Julian calendar takes effect. Soon after becoming Roman authoritarian, Julius Caesar decided that the traditional Roman calendar was in dire need of reform.
Introduced around the seventh century BCE, the Roman calendar attempted to follow the lunar cycle but frequently fell out of phase with the seasons. In addition, the Roman body charged with overseeing the calendar often abused its authority by adding days to extend political terms or interfere with elections. In designing his new calendar, Caesar enlisted the aid of an Alexandrian astronomer, who advised him to do away with the lunar cycle entirely and follow the solar year, as did the Egyptians.
The year calculated to be 365 and 1/4 days, Caesar added 67 days, making January 1 the first of year, rather than in mid March (The Real New Year). He also decreed that every four years a day be added to February, thus theoretically keeping his calendar from falling out of step.
Shortly before his assassination in 44 BCE, he changed the name of the month Quintiles to Julius (July) after himself. Later, the month of Sextilis was renamed Augustus (August) after his successor.
Celebration of New Year's Day in January fell out of practice during the Middle Ages, and even those who strictly adhered to the Julian calendar did not observe the New Year exactly on January 1. The reason for the latter was that Caesar and Sosigenes failed to calculate the correct value for the solar year as 365.242199 days, not 365.25 days.
Thus, an 11-minute-a-year error added seven days by the year 1000, and 10 days by the mid-15th century. The Roman church became aware of this problem, and in the 1570, Pope Gregory XIII commissioned Jesuit astronomer Christopher Clavius to come up with a new calendar. In 1582, the Gregorian calendar, omitted 10 days for that year and establishing the new rule that only one of every four centennial years should be a leap year. Since then, people around the world have gathered en masse on January 1 to celebrate the arrival of the Gregorian New Year.
Traditionally founded by Romulus in 753 BC, ruled by kings until the expulsion of Tarquin the Proud in 510 years before the christen era. By mid second century, Rome had subdued the all of Italy and her power brought her into conflict with Carthaginian interests in the western Mediterranean also taken place was the Hellenistic world in the east.
Success in the Punic Wars gave Rome her first overseas possessions, and the Macedonian wars eventually left her dominant over Greece and much of Asia Minor. Provincial unrest and dissatisfaction at home with the Senates control of command brought a series of ambitious military leaders to the fore-front in open rivalry, each able to count on the support of a devoted soldiery, until civil wars culminated in the defeat of Pompey by Julius Caesar.
Caesar’s brief dictatorship established the principle of personal autocracy, and after his assassination by republican conspirators, another round of civil war ended with Octavian’s assumption of authority as a kind of constitutional monarch.
The US comprises every so-called race of the European family; Rome enslaved the Europeans and Asiatics through false doctrine of religious mystery and image, or idol, worship of various mystical God phrases using pictures and idols.
The earliest known natives of Italy are Asiatic, thus making the base of the Latin race Asiatic not European, Mr. D. Wilson based his observations on the earliest Etrurian pottery he refers to well known examples of Etruscan vases molded in the forms of Asiatics heads and of Greek pottery painted with the same characteristic features and woolly hair. ‘Specimens of both are preserved among the collections of the British Museum’ and furnish interesting evidence like, the permanency of the Asiatic, and the familiarity the Greek and Roman had with the Etruscan artists who had Asiatic features long prior to the Christian era. *(Asiatic = Mind and body of the Black people of Earth)(J.A. Rogers)
The term European implies the people who control the Board of Real Estate, Commerce, Production and Distribution in and under the umbrella for the Order of Roman (European) colonization, which manifested with Wall Street in Amsterdam or New York. Of which are the headquarters of the Nobles, Dukes, and Lords also Duchesses, the true jury over the wealth and culture of the American Nation. The forefathers of the Asiatic (Moorish Nations) who were defeated by the Roman conquerors, after having undergone some 364 years of intermittent conflict from Patagonia to Alaska, Canada and Iceland. Having been defeated by the Roman tribes of South America, they submitted themselves to Roman slavery under names such as Negro and Indian, which resulted in the loss of their birthrights. In the Christian calendar 1774 is equivalent to 14,860 Asiatic calendar year, 1453 – 1492 Christian calendar year is equivalent to 14,539 – 14,578 Asiatic calendar year, the Moors ruled old Spain for 750 years therefore all of the tribes of Portugal, Spain, Italy and Sicily are of one family, namely Latin and Asiatic. The Roman conquerors subtracted 13,086 years and 3 months from the Asiatic calendar, to arrive at the Gregorian calendar.
1865 Christian calendar year is equivalent to 14,951 Asiatic calendar year, 1946 CCY is equivalent to 15,032 ACY. Once in fascist Italy, Benito Mussolini dreamed of reviving the glory of Rome and he looked to Africa for colonies to conquer. In 1935, Italy invaded Ethiopia; a proud nation that at one time symbolized the best of Africa.
In 1939, when World War II was declared, Nigerians were urged to support Britain in the name of a better postwar world, a world that would include democracy and self-determination. The USSR and the US, were speaking out against colonialism. In Britain, the Labor Party with its strong anti-imperialist views was coming to power. One of the party’s leaders, C.R. Attlee, declared in the London Daily Herald.
We in the Labor Party have always been conscious of the wrongs done by the European races to the races with darker skins. We have always demanded that the freedom, which we claim for ourselves, should be extended to all men. I look for an ever-increasing measure of sovereignty in Africa.
In March 1945, the same session of the British Parliament that approved the Richards Constitution also passed these Ordinances. The Minerals Ordinance, the Public Lands Acquisition Ordinance, and the Crown Lands Ordinance, (see YouTube).
Two months later, 30,000 union members struck for 37 days in a general strike. Since the participating unions controlled vital services, such as rail services, the strike paralyzed much of the nation. In 1947, the British granted independence to India and Pakistan and appeared willing to grant independence also to Burma and Ceylon. Nineteen forty-eight became a turning point in Nigeria. The Richards Constitution, approved in 1945, was supposed to be in effect for nine years. However, in 1948, the new governor, Sir John McPherson, announced intentions to revise the document and to recruit Nigerians into the senior ranks of the civil service.
Admirers of Azikiwe had formed an assemblage called the Zikists. H.R. Abdallah, president of the movement, declared, 'I hate the Union Jack with all my heart because it divides the people wherever it goes. It is a symbol of persecution, of domination, a symbol of exploitation. We have passed the age of petition, the age of resolution, the age of diplomacy. This is the age of action plain, blunt and positive action'. Ten Zikists leaders charged with sedition are arrested. By 1949, six European firms handled about 66 percent of Nigeria’s imports and nearly 70 percent of her exports. In November 1949, a labor disturbance erupted in the Eastern Province and a police detachment opened fire on the striking miners, many of whom were killed or wounded. When protest swept across Nigeria, including a series of Zikists riots, the Zikists movement was declared illegal.
In 1951, another constitution the McPherson Constitution endeavored to pacify Nigeria, without success. At this point, three major political parties had sprouted in Nigeria, each with a strong national base. In the East was the NCNC; in the West, the Action Party, called AG in the North, the Northern People’s Congress or NPC. No party claimed a nationwide majority. The British government convened a constitutional conference in London, producing the Littleton Constitution of 1954. A federal election produced a coalition government between the NPC and NCNC that is, between the North and East.
In 1957, a constitutional review conference was called and a national government formed to prepare Nigeria for independence. The three regional parties the NPC, NCNC, and the AG joined under the leadership of Prime Minister Abubakar Tafawa Balewa. Federal elections were held, during the month of October 1, 1960, the Union Jack was lowered.
The green and white flag of the Federation of Nigeria flew in its place. Nigeria had become a sovereign Confederation; three years later, Nigeria became a republic.
In January 1966, the federal prime minister and other key political figures were assassinated in a military coup. A new government was declared the then head of the army, Major General Aguinyi Ironsi, quickly imprisoned the coup leaders. Within weeks, there was a coup within the army and Major General Aguinyi Ironsi was dead. On August 1, Colonel Yakubu Gowon, assumed the leadership of Nigeria. Gowon won over the West but tensions grew with the East. When it was rumored that Israel and the US planned to back the East in a war against the rest of Nigeria, the North reacted with rage against its Ibo population, which had Eastern roots, estimates of Ibo dead range from 10,000 to 30,000, Estimates of those who fled to the East range from 600,000 to 2 million.
A civil war existed between the North and the East. Secession was more than an emotional issue; it was also an economic one. Most of Nigeria’s oil industry was located within the East or off its shores. For centuries, the East had been the poorest area of Nigeria but now it could become the wealthiest. On May 30, 1967, the East declared itself the Republic of Biafra.
The East anticipates that international oil companies would force their governments to support Biafra. Nevertheless, the United States was entangled in Vietnam; the Soviets were worried with quelling Czechoslovakia; and most European powers were wary of a conflict that other African Nations proclaimed to be an African matter. Britain was an exception. It supported Gowon’s government the Federals against Biafra. Near the outset of hostilities, the Federals imposed a massive blockade on the East, which kept out food, medicine, and essential goods. Meanwhile, war destroyed the harvest of the East. Each night on world news, audiences around the world saw the results: the unblinking eyes of children waiting to die; the pleas of a mother as she showed her starving newborn to the cameras; the hoards of flies coating the faces of those too weak to wave them away. At its peak, foreign observers estimated Biafra’s death toll to be 30,000 a day.
Humanitarian organizations rushed food and medical supplies to Biafra but they were ineffective because of the corruption within the Biafra army and because of hindrance by the Federals. The Nigerian air force went so far as to shoot down a Red Cross DC 7 in broad daylight, claiming it was an accident due to mistaken identity. Britain continued to back the Federals with Maurice Foley, undersecretary of the Foreign Office, explaining, "We have links extending over 100 years, we have 16,000 people in Nigeria, great investments, and much trade of enormous mutual benefit to Nigerians and ourselves. We have no other honorable option." When the Soviets also extended aid to the Federals, Britain became even less likely to withdraw.
Ultimately, Biafra surrendered unconditionally. The war lasted longer than two and one-half years. There is no accurate record of how many died. On Independence Day, October 1, 1970, Gowon outlined a nine-point program for a new Nigeria. In 1975, he was overthrown in a bloodless coup. His successor, a Northern general, ruled for 201 days before being killed and replaced by the army’s chief of staff. Nigeria was confounded under an unbalanced, persistent military rule. Finally, in October 1979, in the wake of a nationwide election, Nigeria returned to civilian rule. However, On December 31, 1983, the military seized power once again. Instability, elections, assassinations, labor protest, and accusations of corruption have continued. In 1985, a coup led by Major General Ibrahim Babangida brought a new government to power, along with the promise of a return to civilian rule.