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Sunday, 21 September 2014

Dumb ignorance of black Somalis

The horrendous pictures I see on internet, the verbal racist remarks towards other fellow Africans and the very extreme form of Islam is what ruins Somalia. There are great plans for Somalia, but Somalis don't have their act together. Unfortunately there is a lot of poverty, famine, you name it.

Furthermore, what baffles me as African person (now living in London with my British husband) is the brutality many Somalis have towards other black Africans (and some other black people, whose ancestors are of West-African descent. They describe them as monkeys, hard-hair people and think they are superior...Excuse me?? I know Africa has been torn apart by coloniasm and war, and there is still a high amount of poverty in most African countries, but I see that many "Bantu" countries (btw, Bantus only reside in South-Africa)  are on the rise and have a big projects going on. That doesn't mean they have everything altogether of course. Africa has still a long way to go. Take a look at these pictures:




Nigeria (the country I come from)








Haiti (Caribbean country)

If you search for Somalia construction I thank God that I see a little bit of progression. I count Somaliland and Puntland also as Somalia.

Unfortunately the only thing they see is the difference between their hair/nose and ours and have completely indoctrinated themselves with lies. Look, I can be mean, ignorant and racist too if you want about Somalia. You don't like it when people only post pictures of Somalia like this right?



I guess that their false religion blinds their eyes, they think caucasion people love them because of their features...oh really? You people have been deceived. White people/countries in general aren't fond of dark-skinnend people, no matter what your phenotype is like. Read this: Nightmare for Somalis in Europe. Well so much for your huge pointy nose and soft hair! Racism from whites will teach you Somalis that you are African and still black. Maybe then you will accept your true self. God doesn't think that a certain phenotype is superior. The bible clearly says that humans are evil. Thank God not all Somalis are stupid and ignorant and know well enough that we have the same skin colour, but for the ones who are ignorant and stupid:

Get of your high horse and go build dams for yourselfs!!

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 review

The Galaxy S5 has been out of for a few months now, and managed to sell more than 10 million units in its first month. It’s every bit the smash we thought it would be.

Is it worth the excitement? It makes significant improvements to the camera and screen compared to last year’s Galaxy S4.

However, the Galaxy S5 has already been gazumped in tech terms by the LG G3. It has a QHD screen that’s much more pixel-packed than the Samsung display.

We’re not convinced you should care all that much, though. The S5 screen is still super-sharp.

The price has already come down a fair bit too. You can get a SIM-free Galaxy S5 for around £480. It’s not cheap, but is a good bit lower than the £600 RRP. It’s often slightly cheaper than its biggest rivals, the HTC One M8 and Sony Xperia Z2.

What are the Galaxy S5’s best and worst bits? It has waterproofing, but having to constantly re-seal the charging socket is annoying. The screen looks great, but parts of Samsung’s custom interface could do with being a bit friendlier, a bit simpler. And while the camera is top-notch, it’s pretty slow when taking low-light shots.

The fingerprint scanner, a Samsung feature introduced in the Galaxy S5, can be pretty fiddly too. However, some people get on fine with it. It’s just not as easy to use as the Touch ID sensors o fhte iPhone 5S.

What results is a great phone, but one that requires a little patience at times.

Monday, 16 June 2014

Ten things I hate about "10 Things I Hate About You"

1. It's very over the top.
2. Sometimes bad acting.
3. The shot where Julia lifts her shirt in the class to show her breasts is repulsive and rediculous.
4 The title is boring.
5. It's not encouraging the youth to be decent.
6. Too much drama.
7. The movie is redundant.
8. The teacher is very rude.
9. Too American.
10. Not worth seeing twice.

So, that's about it. Just my honest opinion here, don't you get mad or something. It's nothing personal.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

New url for our website

We changed the url for our website, that way it makes the website more from us than from Mel alone. It was a mutual decision ;-) So, don't forget to change the links on your websites to our website. Enjoy your Wednesday!

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Greetings from Nigeria

Hello all,

My husband (Patrick) and I are on a two-weeks holiday trip to Nigeria. We are enjoying our holiday trip to the most. Have a great weekend in advance!

Mel & Patrick

Friday, 28 February 2014


We've made a few changes: I'm also the owner of this website since today ;-). I'm not really in the mood for my entire own website, so I thought this is nice to share it with my wife.

When I feel like it I'll write something. Have a great weekend.


Thursday, 6 February 2014

I thought I was pregnant

My husband and I thought I was pregnant, but the doctor kinda spoiled our happiness: We decided we wanted kids early, but perhaps it's better for us to wait. We are still young, so what's the rush? It still would have been nice if I was pregnant.

Anyway, wishing you all a nice day!

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Blessed 2014


A happy 2014 everyone! I'm sooo glad with this new fresh year. I'm expecting a lot that God will do for me, family and friends. Last year was an amazing year and I expect it to be more amazing, glory!