If God Could Grant Me One Wish or Two, It Would Be To Irrevocably Destroy Extreme Capitalism and White Supremacy

Adebayo Adeniran
4 min readFeb 19

But does he exist in the way that we have all been brainwashed to believe?

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The world is a cesspit of grotesque inequality and iniquity.

The wealthy have debauched remorselessly on that which lies underneath the earth with no regard for the weakest and most vulnerable among us.

And it doesn’t matter where you go on this planet of ours; the atrocities of the 1 percent are forever with us.

Whether it is Bashir al-Assad using chemical weapons on hundreds of thousands of innocent women and children in Syria or the likes of Vladimir Putin bombing entire cities in his quest for dominance of the earth’s precious resources, carnage and chaos is all we know.

And to those who think that the west is morally superior, you must know that the story isn’t any different.

We see western conglomerates and their puppets in political office, working arduously to strip millions of their citizens of every shred of dignity that they once had in order to satisfy their worst instincts.

And when they aren’t shafting their own people in Europe and in the United States, they are busy destroying African, Latin American and Middle-Eastern countries to sate their insatiable appetites by orchestrating coups and civil wars.

Countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Syria, Niger, Palestine, Iraq and Venezuela will never know what peace and harmony looks like until the end of time.

So what has God got to do with all this?


According to the bible, he is the creator of heaven and earth and all that is within it.

And according to him, he has set the rules of engagement that we are all meant to abide by, for us to continue to exist.

God is to all intents and purpose, the go to guy.

The one whose rules are sacrosanct and non-negotiable, as evinced in the ten commandments:

I am the LORD thy God

No other gods before me

No graven images or likenesses

Adebayo Adeniran

A lifelong bibliophile, who seeks to unleash his energy on as many subjects as possible