A Valentine Day’s Tragedy for the Blade Runner – Written by Chief Femi Fani-Kayode

347857_femi_jpg525a9bb5f76fb075f84f96781dd6f55e 347857_femi_jpg525a9bb5f76fb075f84f96781dd6f55e“Oscar Pistorius, who is also known as ”the Blade Runner”, has shot his girlfriend to death on Valentine’s eve. This is such a tragedy. A man that is loved and respected by so many from all over the world has killed his beautiful young lover, who happens to be one of South Africa’s top models, in cold blood.
The initial “accidental-shooting burglar theory” has been dismissed by the South African police. According to the BBC there are speculations that there have been previous acts of domestic violence and altercations between the couple, that there was a terrible argument going on just before the shooting and that this is a straightforward case of cold-blooded murder probably as a consequence of high passion.
Whatever the the truth may be, all I can say is that this is a great tragedy and we need to be careful about the kind of women that we spend our time with. Any woman that stirs up your anger and constantly provokes your wrath ought to be avoided like a plague. It is those that bring peace and tranquility into our lives that we should cherish.
I have little doubt that Pistorius, who was a great achiever, a living icon, the greatest and best known African sportsman in world history and an absolute gentleman, was provoked into a murderous rage by his pretty little lover and that she played on his insecurities and inadequacies. These are the classic traits of the biblical “strange woman”- the destroyer of men’s dreams and destinies.
Only God knows who sent this creature from the sea into this great man’s life just to destroy it. For Pistorius it is all over. In one moment of blind rage he has lost everything and he has brought shame, disgrace, sorrow and infamy upon his name and that of his family. The blood he has shed will speak against him and his lineage forever. And all because of a sexy and pretty little model who the devil sent his way.
May the Lord deliver us all from the daughters of Jezebel, Delilah, Athalia and Yemoja”.

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