Black People : After 2 Months now, Where are the 300 Nigerian School Girls?

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  1. Alarm Clock

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    Global White Supremacy,
    operates via strategy! They have a slogan! If a group of people will not unite to save their own children,
    then how can they prevent being recolonized??


    Why is it that 47 Black African nations were unable to unite, their intelligence agencies, militaries and air forces to find these girls??? Within the first five hours??? And why have they not made a collective demand on NATO and AFRICOM< to release the satellite evidence of what occured that day???
     
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    there seems to be an all out attack on Africa from several directions.
    maybe it's about the resources.

    the part i don't understand is that some black people are dead on the hunt to attack Africa.
     
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    Hey Brother Alarm Clock ... i'm so glad to see you back! ... :cheerleader:

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  4. UBNaturally

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    16 AFRICOM Troops?


    But here is a more recent update:


    More than 50 of the Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militant group Boko Haram two months ago have been reunited with their families, leaving 219 still unaccounted for, a government official said today.

    The militants stormed a secondary school in the village of Chibok on April 14, about 93 miles from Maiduguri - the cradle of the Islamist insurgency - and packed the teenagers onto trucks and disappeared into the border area near Cameroon.

    So far, 57 of the girls have returned to their loved ones, Brigadier General Ibrahim Sabo, the chairman of the government's fact-finding committee on the kidnapping, said in a statement.


    More about how the governments are responding...

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ko-Haram-reunited-families.html#ixzz35JqBk0kh


    As for the one's behind the aggression towards the youth...

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    Abubakar Shekau, also known by the alias Darul Tawheed, is an Islamist leader of the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram. He served as deputy leader to the group's founder, Mohammed Yusuf, until Yusuf was killed in 2009


    http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/05/world/africa/nigeria-abducted-girls

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    Boko Haram - the nickname that means Western education is forbidden.


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    Nigeria has a long history of communal conflicts, many of which were only suppressed under military rule. Despite the heavy handed tactics of the various dictators who ruled Nigeria, some of these conflicts came to the fore, the best example being the Maitatsine conflict which was eventually resolved in the early 1990s. A lot of these conflicts and the groups that aid them found more freedom after the return to civilian rule. One of these groups is Jama’atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda’Awati Wal Jihad, which became the Boko Haram sect.

    Jama’atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda’Awati Wal Jihad started in and around Maiduguri in the early part of the last decade. Starting out as a radical group at the Ndimi Mosque in Maiduguri about 2002, they saw society, particularly the government of Mala Kachalla as irredeemably corrupt. So, in the middle of 2002, the group, under its founder, Mohammed Ali, embarked on a hijra to Kanama in Yobe state.

    Full write-up can be found here:
    http://africasacountry.com/who-is-boko-haram-and-how-did-they-come-to-be

    Boko Haram are just one of several Islamist groups in Africa which are trying to seize power

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...n-Nigerian-boarding-school.html#ixzz35JrwsnMe


    Will connect some dots to see what we can do
     

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    Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan
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    From 2012:

    Goodluck Jonathan in challenge to Boko Haram
    26 January 2012 19:59

    Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan says that Boko Haram "operates without a face"
    The president of Nigeria has challenged the Islamist militant group Boko Haram to identify themselves and state their demands as a basis for dialogue.

    Goodluck Jonathan said there was no doubt that Boko Haram had links with other Jihadist groups outside Nigeria.

    He said if they did not identify themselves, talks were impossible.

    It comes as the leader of Boko Haram denies killing civilians in last week's Kano bombings, in which 185 people died.

    In an interview with Reuters, Mr Jonathan said: "If they clearly identify themselves now and say this is the reason why we are resisting, this is the reason why we are confronting government or this is the reason why we destroyed some innocent people and their properties, why not.

    Continue reading the main story


    Some videos:

    Early questions and thoughts on Jonathon in 2010



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    In-depth discussion/interview on his platform, how he sees the future of Nigeria, and terrorism and kidnappings

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    Impromptu interview regarding Boko Haram and other issues relating to the people of Nigeria

    Later in 2013



    Notice the man with the yellow badge walking behind them, kind of stands out in the crowd.

    Quite curious, and will find out a bit more about him and those surrounding Jonathan as they did not care too much for the unscheduled interview.

    All in all, he seems to mean well and be sincere... but that's just looking into this as an initial observer.

    Will do some more digging.

    Stay woke fam
     

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    Another update on this for the fam...


    'Mama Boko Haram' grasps for peace in Nigeria

    A lawyer close to the armed group tries to negotiate for peace, and the return of hundreds of abducted girls.
    22 Jun 2014 10:33

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    'Mama Boko Haram' has been trying for 5 years to negotiate a peace pact [Ashionye Ogene/Al Jazeera]

    Maiduguri, Nigeria - Barrister Aisha Wakil is quite literally caught in the middle between Boko Haram fighters and the government of Nigeria - and has nearly died because of it.

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    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/fe...grasps-peace-nigeria-2014615113232422214.html
     
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    Why is there an outcry against separate nations within the African continent not working together on an issue which one nation has at this moment?
    I understand where this may be an emotional situation... but truthfully not warranted, especially since its one nation's failure to deal with the issues which it has.
    Its not like they were not giving a second thought of help, they rightfully declined outside intervention from western military ideals while gaining 'intelligence' assistance.

    This only reflects badly in Nigeria... alone.
     
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    What is Boko Haram tryng to achieve...when you look at the whole situaton, blacks in Africa have exchanged one form of slavery for another. Imagine a country of women who are illiterate...the idea is to control them more...Islam has them subjugated as less than human and now a man wants to control them. (They despise western education, BUT would use western weapons to kill innocent people.) The whole of Africa is in one sad state. Slavery in this part of the world was brutal...but believe me I am so glad the slave boat docked here in Barbados this may offend some..but considering what my family and I would have to endure....not worth it. What does Boko Horam expect to achieve to rule a nation through terror. Imagne the Ebola virus is killing so many people and many die in earthquakes and people like him can continue to terrorise and kill innocent people. All I can do is SMH. Goodluck Johnathan and his security forces are not really dealing with this issue head on... Iam really disappointed.

    The leader of Boko Horman is an idiot... wanting to establish Sharia law. I weep for the folks in Africa...
     
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    But that is the point... It's an Nigerian issue

    What is Boko Haram trying to achieve is acquisition of women for sale and breeding while using religion.

    All Blacks of the diaspora had one form of slavery exchanged for another... right now in the USA we cohabitate with the abusers while being oppressed by capitalist materialistic ideals governed by corporations.

    You are attacking a religion but not the fools which interpret the religion... again...
    People use religion to mask their intent and desire for power and greed... The Koran or Islamic faith doesn't dictate their actions while it's those within Nigeria which should clean up their backyard.
    The problem is, people like this exist in all religions and because they hide within it... no one kills them fast enough
     
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