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Things you should know about world football legends

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Things you should know about world football legends

Things you should know about world football legends

A lot of people are confused about who is the best between cristiano ronaldo and Lionel messi but the disappointing thing about this popular comparison is that you will be shock to find out their little secrets and I’m very sure you will end up having doubt of the two reigning stars not the world greatests

Do you still see messi as the greatest? Okay I will clear that feeling off your head so read carefully below

LIONEL MESSI: has never won an international trophy all his life but some people rate him the greatest

CRISTIANO RONALDO: has never won a world cup all his life but yet some people rate him the greatest 😁😁

IBRAHIMOVIC: has never won Ballon D’or all his life, ibrahimovic would have won it butbhe was rubbed by FIFA 😁😁

BUFFON: one of the most iconic world legendary cool keepers with the most clean cheets has never won UEFA Champions League all his life, well maybe he will if he returns as a coach who knows 😁😁

all the above mentioned footballers you know them very well and my question is do you still rate any of them the greatest?

If yes hold on first and continue reading carefully then after reading this whole article I am certain you will have a better answer yourself.

ZENIDINE ZIDANE: all his life he has won every damn trophy even as a coach back to back in a row during his time as a manager at Real Madrid CF before he resigned and left

KAKA: all his life he has won everything trophy and retired peacefully with no ban

RONALDINDO: all his life he has also won everything even during his reign in Barcelona CF when messi was just a boy under his shadow wearing Number 19

Still have doubt?  😁😁 I am very sure you have your answers now and I know what’s ringing in your head but do yourself a favour take your time and think more well

This is the reason why I said Things you should know about world football legends

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Meet the brainbox behind frequency hopping spread spectrum, a technology used for Bluetooth and Wifi

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Meet the brainbox behind frequency hopping spread spectrum, a technology used for Bluetooth and Wifi

inventor of frequency hopping spread spectrum a technology used for Bluetooth and Wifi ,

The inventor of frequency hopping spread spectrum a technology used for

Bluetooth and Wifi  is a beautiful women who spent almost all her life trying to make people understand her potentials

and also to make them understand she got not just beauty but brain inclusive,

Her name is Hendy Lamarr – a legendary actress,one of the most beautiful women in the world,

Actress Hedy Lamarr was once dubbed “the most beautiful woman in the world”,

She was also a mathematician,

she is the  inventor of frequency hopping spread spectrum a technology used for Bluetooth and Wifi.

Her idea was brushed off, others took credit for it,

and she spent her life wishing people would notice her brains instead of just her beauty,

Nowadays we have almost 70% women with just beauty without brains and potentials,

the question is “dear queen are you one of those beautiful queens with no brain?”

Sometimes it takes you a decade to archive a dream,a goal, or set a legacy,

sometimes I just gonna take you five years (5years) to hit that hour that will

change your life yeah fact life doesn’t give you what you want because the world doesn’t work at your favour alone,

not only you that is in the world, if you don’t change the world the world will change you,

some die with knowledge which is sin,some die trying to prove they got potentials,

don’t let anything hold you down, remember excuses are meant for failures, start from somewhere, work hard!


collective ideas,advice, meditation, proper thinking,being in calm lonely environment,

Do not let what happened to actress  Hendy Lamarr to happen to you,

make you use of your brains otherwise smart lazy people will make use of it for you and remember that you are special so

always believe in yourself, just like the  inventor of frequency hopping spread spectrum a technology used for

Bluetooth and Wifi who always believed in herself all the days of her life so –

Dear Queen, your head is not meant for Brazilian Hair Alone Please think with it too!

Research credit: Kenechukwu Okoye

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Over 300 mothers peaceful protesters arrested and detained in imo state nigeria

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Over 300 mothers peaceful protesters arrested and detained in imo state nigeria

Over 300 mothers peaceful protesters arrested and detained in imo state nigeria

The imo state governor owelle rochas okorocha ordered for the arrest of over 300 mothers who were protesting peacefully in the state capital and will be transfered fom obirinze prison august 21st 2018,the detained mothers are currently dying of thirst and also denied access to their families, no one is allowed to see them anyone who comes for their aid must be arrested and detained because they are traitors and not just triators but showing contempt to the rulling governor of the state,they disrespect the goverment and must be punished irrespective of their status or their family! Said the governor Owelle rochas okorocha -Imo state governor,

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has charged security agencies to immediately release some female protesters that were allegedly assaulted and arrested for demanding Nnamdi Kanu’s release.

The women, many of whom were half-nude, marched through the streets of Owerri, Imo State on Friday.

According to the group, the security agencies have until closing of business today to release the women, failing which they will provoke IPOB into causing civil unrest.

In a statement over the weekend by its spokesman, Emma Powerful, IPOB said that information at its disposal showed that the women were being detained at Okehi Police Station in Etche, Rivers State,

The group condemned the purported holding of the women in what it called “appalling” conditions,

The group queried why security agencies were always so quick to harass and detain peaceful IPOB protesters why murderous herdsmen continued to perpetrate heinous crimes unchallenged,

The statement read, “It is unheard of anywhere in the world that old women, some of them grandmothers,

would be arrested by army or police, tear gassed, locked-up and tortured for exercising their constitutionally guaranteed right to peaceful assembly,

That Imo State government gave the go ahead to abduct and torture our mothers, is a clear confirmation that Rochas Okorocha and his government have no regard for us as a people.

“The intention of the All Progressives Congress, APC, government is to intimidate and humiliate our people, women and the elderly.

“The abduction of grandmothers, some of them in their late 70s, is the worst kind of abomination. It is an invitation to anarchy and if by the close of business on  Monday August 20, 2018,

they are not released, IPOB will call for a civil uprising against the oppressors and their agents in Ohaneze Ndigbo and government houses across Biafraland,

“This level of desecration and sacrilege will not happen in the North; neither will it be condoned in Yorubaland. When Fulani herdsmen rape our mothers in the farms, destroy our crops and means of livelihood, you don’t see any army or police rushing to protect the women.

“No herdsman has ever been arrested by the Nigerian army or police. But the same long suffering mothers, with nobody to protect them, are the ones being arrested, detained and tortured for exercising a constitutionally guaranteed right.

“It is a pity that Nigerian security operatives, who cannot afford to stop Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram terrorists rampaging and killing people in every part of the country, only demonstrate their might against elderly women, who  only came out to demand for their right,

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Top 10 Reasons Jesus Christ Never Existed

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Top 10 Reasons Jesus Christ Never Existed


 Top 10 Reasons Jesus Christ Never Existed
Religion is one of the most enduringly powerful forces on earth.  Two of the most influential, both today and in the past,

Christianity and Islam, believe that Jesus Christ played a pivotal role in both faiths.
Christians believe that Jesus was the son of God, born of a virgin birth, was crucified

and resurrected for the remission of sins.  Muslims believe that Jesus was the product of a virgin birth brought forth by the command of Allah and became one of his

most important (and subsequently revered)
prophets .  Muslims do not believe that Jesus was crucified but that another man died in his place.

Whether or not we believe in the existence and life of Christ as a matter of faith most people are prepared to accept that Jesus was a real and verifiable historical figure;

that he was born, lived and died in Judea between around 4BC and 33AD.  This has been repeated so many times that most people do not ever think to challenge it but

should they?  Did a man called Jesus, son of Mary (and adoptive son of Joseph) walk the paths of Judea or was he merely a figment of imagination?  A group of stories and

myths pulled together by a range of cynical individuals for a particular purpose?
If you are a Christian, of course, the existence of Christ is a matter of faith but

should non-Christians believe in Jesus so readily?  Here are our top 10 reasons to claim that Jesus never existed.
10. There is no contemporaneous account of the life of Jesus

Jesus does not exist in the historical record. All we have is this selfie. Jesus Christ never existed.
Not only is nothing in the bible capable of

being directly linked to the time in which Jesus was reputed to be alive (see below) but there are absolutely no contemporaneous accounts that speak of

Jesus.  As far as the historical record is concerned he just did not exist.  The Gospels claim that Jesus’ ministry was famous

across the region and well known to people such as Herod and Pontius Pilate.  In the later part of his ministry it is claimed that

he was followed by great multitudes of people and, of course, in one instance that he fed 5,000.

There is not a single mention in him in military records or dispatches back to Rome (surely anyone who could command huge gatherings of people in a potentially

disruptive province should be of interest).  He is not mentioned in the records of Herod’s court nor is he mentioned in the records of the Temple or by any Priests.

Surely if he was believed by some to be a prophet and others to be a false prophet some mention of the ructions he was

causing in Judean civic and religious society should have been recorded.  Some people like to point to the supposed letters of

Pontius Pilate as evidence of Jesus’ life but these were a work of fiction.
Of course it is possible (although unlikely, the Roman Empire was very efficient) that contemporaneous accounts existed but disappeared.

9. All Later Accounts Of The Life Of Jesus Are Pure Hearsay
Hearsay? You wouldn’t say that to sassy, playful Jesus.

Even though there are no contemporaneous lifetime reports of the existence of Jesus there are references to him in Christian

writing (see below) and non-Christian texts in the decades after his alleged death.
Not a single one of these accounts is a credible account of his life.  None of them

reference any earlier texts and are therefore nothing more than hearsay and, as such unreliable. If we condemn hearsay evidence as unreliable in our court systems

why should it be sufficient to establish the existence of an important historical figure?
The evidence that is usually cited in support for the existence of Jesus comes from the

writings of Josephus Flavius who was born in 37AD (some years after the crucifixion) and wrote about the life of Jesus in 93AD, after the Gospels were written.  He cited no sources for his materials.  Similarly

Pliny the Younger (born around 62BC,
Tacitus (64AD) and Suetonius (69AD) all wrote about Jesus but without any reference to contemporaneous sources.  It is likely they got their information from

believers but without sources the passages do nothing more than document a social phenomenon.

In the previous point we mentioned that it is possible that contemporaneous sources existed but have since been destroyed or

disappeared.  If they did exist it is likely that these three respected historians (Tacitus in particular was known for the high quality of his research and referencing) would have referred to it directly rather than have relied on hearsay.

8. The Gospels Were Written As Christian Propaganda
Christianity and sweet, sweet propaganda!
To Christians everywhere the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are the

authoritative sources of the happenings of the life of Christ as written by his disciples, those who knew him best and observed his ministry.

Originally there were many more Gospels. When the final four were settled on as the orthodox account in the second century the other gospels were denounced as heretical.

Copies of these ‘spare’ gospels were found in the Dead Sea, and at Nag Hammadi during the previous century but there is no evidence of who wrote them and none

appear to be copies of a contemporaneous source.  One of these documents, however, the

Gospel of Thomas , does appear to predate the Gospel of Mark.  It does not contain any reference to Jesus as a historical figure, as the messiah or any reference to the

resurrection.  It is, instead, a collection of ‘sayings’. It was denounced as heresy.
The fact that the leaders of the early church denounced this original Gospel in favor of four mostly narrative pieces of writing,

shows that they were selecting works for the purpose of creating an evidentiary trail for the existence of Jesus.

7. The Gospels Are Unlikely To Have Been Written By Disciples Who Knew Jesus.
Jesus would’ve been long dead before any his gospels were written.

The Gospel of Mark, although the second in the New Testament, was the first to be written, probably around 70AD while the gospel of John was written in around 90AD.
Nowhere in any of the gospels do the

authors identify themselves as the disciples and their companions of the same name.  The average life expectancy in Judea at the time of Christ and shortly thereafter was

around 29-30 years.  Although that number is an average and people did live to an old age very few of them made it to 50 (around 4%) and even fewer to 70 (2%).  Shortly

after the Crucifixion was meant to have taken place the Jewish wars decimated the population of Judea.  Many of those who would have known Jesus personally (in the event he had existed) would most likely

have been caught up in the war.  The disciples were probably about the same age as Jesus or perhaps just a few years younger.  This would have made the

disciples around 70 years old at the time the Gospel of Mark was written and over 90 at the time John was authored.  It is, therefore almost impossible for the disciples to have

authored the Gospels.  It is far more likely that they were penned by much younger men.

Mark , as the original Gospel appears to have served as the source material for the gospels of Matthew and Luke and there are significant overlaps between those three.

Each author changes the narrative slightly to suit the time in which they are writing and the target audience their news is aimed at.  John is the most troubling of all the

gospels and appears to have been written by a number of different authors.
6. The Earliest Books Of The New Testament, The Epistles Of Paul, Do Not Ever Refer To Jesus As A Living Being.

The epistle Paul was extremely bossy and took joy telling people how to live. He didn’t know Jesus.

The Epistles of St Paul are the earliest books of the New Testament but St Paul did not know Jesus during his supposed lifetime.
St Paul was born in around 10 AD to an

Israelite family.  He served as a tax collector and was well known for his anti-Christian views and is said to have participated in the stoning of St Stephen.

He became one of the most high profile converts to the new

religion when he was said to have had a divine vision of the risen Christ on the road to Damascus.  He was subsequently

baptized and went to Arabia before returning to work on behalf of the early church.  He made long journeys around the Mediterranean during which he spread the word and wrote his now famous epistles.

13 of the Epistles, which predate both Acts and the Gospels were included in the New Testament but only 7 of them (Philemon,

Romans, Corinthians I, II, Philippians, Thessalonians I and Galatians) are considered to have been written by him directly.

Paul would not, of course, have known Jesus personally but he makes no claim of such knowledge in his epistles.

Indeed he makes practically no references to an earthly life for Jesus instead advising fellow Christians on how to live their lives. In this way Paul sets out what it means to be a Christian, creating a framework which has survived to this day.

5. The New Testament Was Designed To Promote Christianity Not Document Historical Fact.
The new testament. Like New Coke but with more staying power.

In the early years of Christianity there were a number of different and competing interpretations.

We have already mentioned the wealth of different books and gospels that were discovered at the Dead Sea and Nag Hammadi.

Many of these writings followed a gnostic tradition that was at odds with what became the orthodox interpretation of Christianity.

In the second century Irenaeus of Lyon started to codify the New Testament and identified the four Gospels which we use today as part of the Canon, rejecting all

other interpretations.  He wrote eloquently and vehemently in his book Against Heresies to establish exactly what should be included and excluded in the definition of Christianity.  Our modern day New

Testament is, therefore, very much one man’s vision and interpretation of what Christianity should be.  Irenaeus was not interested in documenting the facts, he was interested in setting out his beliefs and ensuring that others followed him.

This tradition has been well entrenched in the Church over the succeeding centuries with any sects deemed as heretical being put down violently or even eliminated altogether (eg the Cathars).

Writing towards the end of the 4 Century St Jerome said ‘assurance often explains that of which it knows nothing; and when it has convinced others imposes on itself. ’.

The thoroughly unpleasant
Ignatius Loyola famously said that he was willing to believe that white is black if required to by the church.

Why should the early Christian zealots have been any different?  They were not, their behavior set the tone for the rest of the church through history and for that reason we should be extremely skeptical of the New Testament and any claims it makes about the life of Jesus.

It is nothing more than a propaganda treatise.
4. There Is No Historical Evidence Of An Eclipse, Earthquake Or Rending Of The Veil In The Temple Supposed To Have Happened At The Moment Of Jesus’ Death.

There is no historical evidence of an eclipse occuring after Jesus’s supposed death.
The Gospel of Matthew (Chapter 27) and the Gospel of Luke (Chapter 23) give an in-depth account of the events of the crucifixion.

Both agree that there was a sudden darkness (possibly an eclipse or a dust cloud from a volcano) that fell on the land between the 6 and 9 hours of the day.  They also explain that at the moment of Jesus’ death ‘the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom and the earth did quake,

and the rocks rent’. The earthquake is said to have been so severe that the graves of the dead burst open which must have been an extremely traumatic event, particularly when combined with an eclipse.

Except it did not happen!  Key events such as earthquakes and eclipses would have been recorded in detail by contemporary historians and an earthquake severe enough to burst graves would have been recorded both by the Jewish court and by the Roman administrators.

There are no secular records at all of any relief efforts being sent to Jerusalem or of any rebuilding works.  Finally the veil in the temple was extremely precious and any damage to it would have been recorded.
The only explanation for this lack of reporting is that the earthquake and eclipse simply did not occur,

at least not in that time and place.  There were contemporary earthquakes elsewhere in the Empire (to which aid was sent) and we know that earthquakes happened in Jerusalem over that period but nothing in the geologic record can pin one exactly to the alleged date and time of the crucifixion.  Indeed the only sources to link an eclipse (or volcanic debris)

are Christian, clearly trying to establish a link between the supposed death of Jesus and the divine.
3. There Are No Tangible Historical Artifacts Linked To Jesus.

The Shroud of Turin was revealed as a fake.
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Anyone who has lived, even a simple carpenter, will leave possessions after their death.  The Gospels claim that the soldiers on duty at the crucifixion cast lots to share out Jesus’ clothing amongst them.

Had he really had many devoted disciples (who would have been disgusted at their failure to protect him in the Garden) they or his grieving family would surely have tried to purchase or barter back the clothing.  Such items would have been invaluable in the formation of the new church.

Nevertheless, nothing, absolutely nothing from Jesus’ life remained, even shortly after his demise.

In the 12 Century people started to mention that they owned the shroud in which Jesus had been wrapped and, years later it surfaced in Turin .

It was accepted as a genuine artifact for many years but carbon dating in the 20 Century showed it to be a 12 Century forgery.  An ossuary claiming to hold the bones of James, brother of Jesus was also found to be a forgery.

There is not one single, verifiable, tangible object in existence today or known to have existed at any time in the past 2,000 years that belonged to Jesus.

2. The City Of Nazareth Did Not Exist During The Time Jesus Is Reputed To Have Been Alive.
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The City of Nazareth is old but not Jesus old. Jesus Christ never existed.

Jesus was known as the Nazarene, possibly because he is reputed to have been from Nazareth.  For many people there is no reason to doubt this claim.  Nazareth exists today, an old town with a long history (and one very famous son) but while Nazareth is old, it is not as old as Jesus or even Christianity.

The historian Josephus lists all the cities in Galilee from around that time and Nazareth is not on the list.
Nazareth is not mentioned in the Epistles, the first books of the New Testament to be written (see above),

indeed there is no reference to the name until the Gospels.  Excavations of the current day Nazareth and the surrounding area have led to mixed results.

Evidence of human activity has been found from around the time when Jesus was alleged to have lived there but this activity was in the form of a necropolis for the dead and not a village in its own right.

An alternative translation of the word Nazarene is ‘truth’ and was a name given to a gnostic sect of Christians.

It is possible that when the traditions split and the gnostic heritage was excised from Christianity the phrase was reimagined to state that Jesus was from Nazareth which, of course, was by then in existence.

1. The Life History Of Jesus Parallels That Of Other Mythical Beings Too Closely To Be Real.
Jesus Christ never existed but rather his life was modeled on other prior mystical figures like Osiris and Horus.

Children who grow up in Western societies, even if not formally educated in the Christian tradition, are aware of the amazing life story of Jesus.  He was conceived and born in a stable to a virgin (Mary), escaped death at the hands of a tyrant (Herod) in his infancy,

grew to be a precociously knowledgeable child, started his ministry of preaching before giving himself to be sacrificed,

resurrecting after death and giving rise to a new covenant for the remission of sins.  It is a story full of wonder and hope and, for many people it would appear unique and it is an article of deep faith and belief for billions of Christians around the world.
Sadly it is not unique.

The story of Jesus is no more original than any modern day knock off of Romeo and Juliet.  Many mythologies have a Christ like character whose story is set around the same pattern.  Osiris,

the Egyptian god of the underworld had a very similar life story and the ancient Egyptians celebrated his ‘passion’ with gusto.  Osiris’ son, Horus was born to a virgin in a cave with a star overhead.  He was visited by shepherds and gods.  Horus was said to be the ‘light of the world’.

He started to become active aged about 30 and many miracles were attributed to him that also appear in the gospels including walking on water and letting the blind see again.

But the similarities do not stop there. Dionysus was the son of Zeus and a virgin woman; he was able to turn water into wine and was killed and resurrected.

Attis, another Greek god was honored every spring in a ritual in which his effigy was buried and believed to rise again after three days.  Hercules was reputed to be another god/virgin offspring who was killed and rose again.

Perhaps the now defunct Christ figure with the most surprisingly similar story was Mithras whose life was an almost exact parallel, his worshipers even celebrated his birthday on 25 December.

So there you have it – 10 reasons why Jesus Christ never existed. Christianity is just one big myth!  The church really only started to become successful and gain a foot hold after the conversion of Paul. St Paul used his power and influence to tell people how to live their lives and,

once his new religion started to meet with success the writers of the Gospels decided that they needed something more to give the new religion traction.

They had seen what worked and what did not and borrowed the best bits of the most successful god origin stories for their new religion.  They created a savior figure and then skillfully wove it together with hearsay until they had a narrative that they could sell to the masses.

Once that met with success the early founders of the Church ruthlessly eliminated all opposition, particularly from the gnostic traditions.

It is certainly a cracking story, it has proved more successful and enduring than the myths of other ‘sun gods’,

you don’t get many people worshiping Mithras or Osiris these days but we hope that this top 10 has convinced you that there is no rational reason to believe in the historical existence of Jesus.





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