Archive | July, 2019

OF ETHNIC VOMITS, INANE OUTBURST AND ZION UMOH’S RECORD

8 Jul

 

By Thomas Thomas

Zion Umoh Arrest Photo

“The world has often acted as if history had no records. And the reason that is so, is usually to fast track the destruction of the unthinking world….”
– Prof. Effiong Johnson.

Until I attended Professor Effiong Johnson’s Inaugural Lecture in 2014, which was the 37th Inaugural Lecture of the prestigious University of Uyo, I did not know that Theatre Artists to are good philosophers of history. You can imagine how I was jumping up and down in the Lecture hall because I was inspired by the Professor’s postulations in his breathtaking lecture, titled, “OF THEATRE ARTS’ EFFERVESCENCE… (AND INFAMY?) DISMANTLING THE GROTESQUE FROM THE AESTHETICS”. Still, in that lecture, Prof. Johnson stated that ” people are bound to hold their opinions as they deem fit”, but concluded that “ever so often, opinions get swayed by the strength of superior arguments”.

I brought in the above paragraph and quotes to remind Da Zion Umoh that he is not fit to come to public space and vomit hogwash against anybody because he was severally convicted by Courts of competent jurisdictions in the United States of America. A man like Zion should have buried his head in shame, become remorseful and purged himself of all impurities, and then avoid coming public to rant like a broken record. Of course, his rantings are akin to those of ants – only those aground hear them.

Recently, in his fruitless efforts to defend former Governor Godswill Akpabio, whom he severally (very recently) abused, chastised and disowned, Zion Eno Umoh had thrown cautions to the wind by attempting to incite the Annangs against the people of Uyo Senatorial District. Yes, I prefer to call them “the people of Uyo Senatorial District” and not Ibibio because my own geographical description of Ibibio includes the Annangs of Ikot Ekpene Senatorial District. There’s no war that can severe us – the Ibibio. Annang, just like Nsit, Iman, Eket, Ubium, Itam, Oron, etc. will ever remain a part of Ibibio because we speak one language (though with slightest dialectical differences), share the same culture and tradition, live on the same land, and intermarry.

Zion Umoh, through his several, but worthless Facebook posts, rains insults on the person of Senator John Udoedehe, ostensibly to please Akpabio, and even brought out a picture of a truck-pusher and attempted to misinform the public that he was Udoedehe’s brother. The convicted Zion has failed to address any of the issues I raised in my trilogy against Senator Akpabio, and instead resorts to insulting. He is paid to slander Udoedehe because of politics, and because those that sponsor him thought what I said against Akpabio was sponsored. I am Akpabio’s critic, just like Zion is gearing towards becoming mine, so I don’t need anybody to tell me what to say when to say and how to say it. I am always on the side of the majority and truth. Zion should learn (if he likes).

Zion has become a nuisance since his unfortunate repatriation from the US. He has gone amok of late because he thinks that that’s the only way he can put food on his table. He started with Hon. Aniekan Umana, and many other Annang sons, but shamefully and sad, he has eaten back his vomits and sheepishly went back to those people because of money and food (meaning he did those things for food and money. THAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ME AND THE PSYCHO). His recent appointment with former Senator Akpabio is not unconnected with his belly.

Back to Zion’s unfortunate records… It started in his days in the University of Calabar where Zion, despite being a Pastor’s son, indulged in shoplifting and pilfering to live larger than his life. He was severally arrested and detained by the police, and his father was always there to intervene. This is not to say that his father, Pastor Eno Umoh (peace upon his ashes) was supporting Zion’s waywardness. No. But I can tell you, Zion was the Why the man died untimely.

Several other atrocities propelled Zion’s relation to taking him to the US, perhaps to see if he could change because of the new environment. But it became even worse. Zion graduated from pilfering and shoplifting to a full scale armed robbery. He was found guilty and jailed for 3 years. After that, Zion robbed again and was convicted by a court in Texas for another 3 years. The psycho had since then lived in the US as a pariah, indulging in crimes of different sorts, including smoking of Indian hemp, cocaine, skunk, gigolo-ing for a living, etc. Anyone interested in Zion’s crime records and his several convictions should follow this link:
https://texas.arrests.org/Arrests/Zion_Umoh_24890742/

Those retaining the services of Zion Eno Umoh seem to share a thing or two in common with him. Zion was convicted for armed robbery, I think in due time, those he is currently working for, shall be convicted for pen/executive robbery, and for raping Akwa Ibom State.

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Criminal Record of Da Zion Umoh

8 Jul

Texas  Dallas County

Zion Umoh

Arrest Information
Full Name: Zion Umoh
Date:
Time: 8:22 PM
Total Bond: $27812
Personal Information
Arrest Age:32
Current Age: 35
Gender: Male
Birthdate: 09/02/1983
City: Carrollton, Texas
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Charges
  • #1 AGG ROBBERY

    BOND: $25000

  • #2 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF >=$100<$750

    BOND: $500

  • #3 DWLI
  • #4 FMFR -1ST / CPF

    BOND: $394

  • #5 RIGHT TURN ON RED WHEN PROHIBITED BY SIGN

    BOND: $366

  • #6 FTA/BAIL JUMPING

    BOND: $368

  • #7 FAIL TO DISPLAY A TX DL

    BOND: $333

  • #8 FTA/BAIL JUMPING

    BOND: $368

  • #9 FMFR

    BOND: $483

  • #10 DISPLAY WRONG LICENSE PLATESZion Umoh Arrest Photo

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Newly Consecrated #GayBishop Declares God Is A Woman

2 Jul

Rev. Thomas Brown, who is married to a fellow priest, was ordained as a bishop of the diocese of Maine in the Episcopal Church June 22. Immediately following his ordination, Brown referred to God as a “she” twice in the Nicene Creed.

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“She is worshipped and glorified. She has spoken through the Prophets,” the just-ordained Bishop Brown said, referring to the Holy Spirit.

The Nicene Creed was written 1,638 years ago and only uses masculine pronouns to refer to God.

The microphones in the Cathedral of St. Luke projected the voice of the celebrant, Bishop Curry, for the duration of the creed, barring the line where Bishop Brown used female pronouns for God. It is unclear if the microphones were intentionally switched to project Bishop Brown’s female-gendering of God.

Deacon Todd Thomas of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington told the Daily Caller that he has never heard an Episcopal priest use female pronouns in the creed. Individual bishops and priests can, however, change words and phrases in the Nicene Creed, Deacon Thomas explained. He cautioned any changes to the creed should be done “in conversation” with the lay people.

Deacon Thomas told the Daily Caller he has heard Episcopal priests use female pronouns for God outside of the context of official creeds.

Bishop Brown addresses his diocese for the first time. (Youtube)

The Episcopal church has a tradition of interpreting the Book of Proverbs’ mentions of “Lady Wisdom” as referring to the Holy Spirit, Deacon Thomas said.

“Inclusive language” of God is encouraged by the Episcopal Church. This “means the use of male and female imagery and metaphors in a balanced way to express the truths we know of God,” the Episcopal Dictionary of the Church says.

Bishop Brown describes himself as a “servant leader who strives for justice among all people and who continues to address white privilege, dismantle racism, and work for the full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the Body of Christ.”

The bishop met his husband, Father Tom Mousin, when Father Mousin was serving as a pastor in the United Methodist Church. Brown’s husband has since converted to the Episcopal Church, and been ordained in that church.

It is possible that Father Mousin will take up a position at a parish in his husband’s diocese, he said on Facebook, explaining he would have oversight from an outside bishop.

In 2018, the Episcopal Church began requiring all dioceses to perform same-sex marriage rites, even if a particular bishop objects, reports Juicy Ecumenism.

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