Discussion in 'Nigeria' started by jamesfrmphilly, May 19, 2014.
How can we trust them? Propaganda does not see race, religion, or age.
Interesting take on it...
now we know why they can't find the girls......
James can you provide a link for this? Why are the photos so blurred. I saw this link today.
Traditional Nigerian hunters want to find girls
That is the thing with propaganda, you don't know who, or what to believe unless you are there.
I knew it!
Just something else to add to the confusion. And this is my point, one group say this is happening, and show images and everything else, the other group claim politics.
Enki IF this is all a hoax, what about the bomb blast at the bus station and all the other incidents. We can all ask if BOKO HARAM is a hoax too. Perhaps this is just a distraction from those who have the girls to sidetract the security people.
The people in the photo have they interviewed the mothers to see IF their children ARE REALLY MISSING.
Why would they wait until this time to give this information. Since they are so clever I would like them to take pictures of the girls and let us see conclusively that it is a hoax and the children are safe.
I would think that a mother (s) would know whether their child/children are safe. I have to take what James posted with a grain of salt.
My problem with this is a simple one; "WHY IS THE FOCUS ON THESE 260 GIRLS"?? Why no focus on the THOUSANDS OF WOMEN RAPED AND KILLED IN DUFAR?? Why no focus on the more than 200,000 girls killed and raped in the Congo?
Everybody done got all emotional and brain locked by the Western Media concerning 260 girls while ignoring the two hundred thousand girls in the Congo and the THOUSANDS in DUFAR. Does this seem logical to anyone???? The idea that Nigeria is the focus means that there's something in Nigeria that the Western world wants and needs a reason to validate what they want to do.
According to the BBC news, as of 2009 Nigeria became the largest oil producing nation on the continent. It is estimated that between 100,000 to 350,000 barrels per day, out of Nigeria’s daily production of approximately two million barrels, are being stolen.
I say all of this to say that, everybody reading this can act like they don't understand what I'm saying or the tricks that are being played...but the reality is what it is, and although I'm reading all these responces, I still refuse to think that we are really that naive in the face of the facts and the numbers that I have found concerning the deaths and rapes of Afrakan women in the Motherland. Are we that naive?
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