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Who are ‘Boko Haram’, and what are they up to in
Nigeria?
Nigeria’s premier terror circus conveniently
grabbed the headlines away from an embattled
White House this week (simmering scandals,
Behghazi, and IRS), just in the nick of time, pulling
off the terror caper of the year. Without booking
any coaches, a relatively small group of Boko
Harem operatives managed to kidnap up to 300
young girls from a secondary school in Chibok in
remote northeastern Nigeria… on April 14th.
If this was indeed a real kidnapping even, the
response time is pretty pathetic – nearly one
month? Barack and Michelle Obama were a bit
slow on the uptake of this story, not least of all
because Washington has been very busy indeed –
ginning-up war with Russia, shipping weapons to
Islamic extremists in Syria, various and sundry
coups and destablisation plans around the globe,
and last but not least, pretending to care about the
missing airliner Flight MH370. Not worry, the FBI
have been sent to Nigeria to take control of the
crime scene – which may, or may not be good
news for Nigerians. If the FBI were really there to
figure out what happened, then they should dig
into this: for some unknown reason up until a few
months ago, the White House was trying to keep
Boko Haram off the State Dept’s Official
Designated Terror List , and there’s probably a
very good reason for that…
Curiously, the news claims that fifty-three girls
managed to escape Boko Haram’s evil clutches
but over 200 remain captive after being abducted
from on 14 April.
Take all of the complicated Wikipedia text away,
and in real Nigerian modern informal language,
‘Boko Haram’ actually translates to, “everything is
haram”. According to their colourful Youtube and
other sock-puppet videos (early videos had the
Pentagon’s own SITE or Intel Center’ logo
embossed on them), the “al Qaeda-linked” group
(s) wants to impose sharia law in Nigeria, Niger,
and even Cameroon. It’s main activity is killing and
terrorising Christians, attacking and bombing
churches and schools, government buildings,
kidnapping western tourists, and has recently
decided to try its hand in the child trafficking
business.
Nigeria is resource-rich and has the largest
population and workforce in Africa, but it is a
nation divided along sectarian tribal and religious
lines (thank the British for that, par usual), a poor
nation ruled by a corrupt super-class in collusion
with oil giants like BP, Shell, Chevron and others. If
Nigeria remains divided, then there will almost
certainly be no challenge to Britain, US and the
Netherlands oil conquest of the country. To keep it
divided, trouble needs to be stirred periodically.
“The US embassy’s subversive activities in Nigeria
fits into the long term US government’s well
camouflaged policy of containment against Nigeria
the ultimate goal of which is to eliminate Nigeria
as a potential strategic rival to the US in the
African continent”, News Rescue reports.
But that is only the first layer to the new African
onion. Here’s the bigger project…
One of the primary foreign policy goals of the US
and NATO during the Obama Administration was to
gain a greater military footprint in Africa, all of
which is outlined in Washington’s AFRICOM policy
directives which were set into motion in 2007
during the Bush presidency. This was arguably a
much easier sell with African-American president
Barrack Obama in the US than it would be with any
other leader.
One only needs to read the strategic briefings in
U.S. AFRICOM documents to realise the true
endgame for Africa: the eviction of China
economic and political influence throughout the
continent, and when it comes to achieving that
goal – anything goes (including a theatric Boko
Haram production it seems). One AFRICOM study
justifies US interventions on the basis of fears that
China will eventually dispatch troops to Africa to
defend its interests there:
“Now China has achieved a stage of economic
development which requires endless supplies of
African raw materials and has started to develop
the capacity to exercise influence in most corners
of the globe. The extrapolation of history predicts
that distrust and uncertainty will inevitably lead
the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to Africa in
staggering numbers…”
Washington understands better than anyone, that
in the 21st century, the simplest way to ramp-up
a police or military presence in any region is to
create a public enemy. Understanding what the US
project for a new American century in Africa is all
about, you need to understand the McDonald’s
model of business: franchises. As an example,
Nigeria’s illusive terror brand called “Boko Haram”
has always been hard to pin down, not least of all
because there are 4 or 5, or even 6 different ‘Boko
Haram’ outfits in Nigeria.
One thing which the Obama Administration has
excelled at over the last 6 years is in running
guns.
Whether it’s within the US and Mexico with
Operation Fast and Furious, or guns trafficked in
Libya via Egypt during the Muslim Brotherhood’s
short reign there, then from Libya to Syria, ore
even directly from the CIA to jihadist terror groups
in Syria, and also from the new Libya out to “Al
Qaeda affiliates” in Algeria, Mali and Nigeria. Boko
Harem was certainly hooked into the gun-running
market and has benefited from heavy weaponry
originally sent to arm Libyan rebels during NATO’s
proxy war on the ground, where the CIA manage
Libyan fighting groups, as well as carefully manage
media reports coming out on a daily basis
(Washington was in careful coordination with their
ally Qatar’s al Jazeera TV network throughout the
process).
Following NATO’s hostile intervention in Libya in
2011, we learned that AQIM had joined forces with
the Al Qaeda linked Libyan Islamic Fighting Group
(LIFG) – all of which are inexorably tied to the CIA
and British intelligence agencies since Al Qaeda’s
inception after the Soviet war in Afghanistan during
the 80′s. Now the baton has been passed to a
franchise trading under the Boko Haram brand.
“In addition with support by the Saudis, Boko
Haram has received indirect assistance from NATO
via Libya’s al-Qaeda mercenaries”, explains Global
Research.
“During an interview conducted by Al-Jazeera with
Abu Mousab Abdel Wadoud, the AQIM leader states
that Algeria-based organizations have provided
arms to Nigeria’s Boko Haram movement ‘to
defend Muslims in Nigeria and stop the advance of
a minority of Crusaders.’ It remains highly
documented that members of Al-Qaeda (AQIM) and
the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) who
fought among the Libyan rebels directly received
arms and logistical support from NATO bloc
countries during the Libyan conflict in 2011,”
writes Nile Bowie.
A closer look at all of the so-called terrorist
‘franchises’ which the CIA are steering and
managing throughout the continent reveals their
true function – destabilisation, sectarian division
which, of course, requires a US or NATO presence
all over the continent.
Last fall’s Kenyan Mall Massacre was alleged by
“western terror experts” to have been carried out
by “the al Qaeda affiliate known as al Shabab”, but
curiously enough, as is the case with Boko Haram,
there seems to be a few different al Shababs, and
rather predictable, the most extremist, over-the-top
and theatrical franchise has been linked to the CIA-
MI5-Mossad intelligence nexus in Africa. African
Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM), a peace
keeping mission operated by the AU in Somalia
with approval by the UN, is ‘something for the
locals’ – a subset of US AFRICOM, but within that
framework, various shadowy elements view
“manageable insecurity” as a good business.
Firedog Lake blog has even gone so far as to label
Boko Harem as ‘Obama’s African Death Squad’.
They explain Boko Haram’s ties to Washington:
“A CIA Death Squad under President Obama’s
control Murdered at least 12 Africans in Nigeria
with a car bomb Thursday. The group Boko Haram
claimed responsibility: http://
www.theguardian.com/world/feedarticle/11322064


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10 Responses

  1. Now you know why our soldiers havent been doing well

  2. Joe Dejana

    Hmm

  3. Sometimes I even think its better the country is divided(North and South) let everybody stay on their own.

    • Anonymous

      I think that is the best.at least it will stop all this fighting, zonning.

  4. Anonymous

    sighs…….. #OluwaWa

  5. meexteeriox

    No matter hw u look at it, an element of truth lies here.

  6. Biafra Biafra Biafra.

  7. This now shows why US said Nigeria will divide by 2015. And if it divides, it’ll give them upper hand once again. They really love being the world power but we need to unite at this moment and resist them like China did

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