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ASKIA-AT-LARGE: Boko Haram, a Creation of the CIA? Of Course

Askia Muhammad | 5/14/2014, 3 p.m.
There are armed and dangerous people in this world who call themselves Muslims who are not true Muslim believers at ...
Askia Muhammad

This is precisely what happened in Nigeria. There are now reports that President Goodluck Jonathan’s government may have had a warning four hours in advance of the attack on the tiny village school where the 300 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped. But the government failed to take action, because the forces they might have mustered were afraid. Afraid to fight. Afraid that the Boko Haram had (and have) superior weapons.

So while it may have been a White man’s plan to undermine Nigerian confidence in President Goodluck’s government, he played right into The Man’s Plan. And his wife Patience Jonathan did not help matters any, ordering two Nigerian women who organized a protest demonstration to be arrested, and then accusing them of being in league with the kidnappers. Someone should counsel patience, for Mrs. Goodluck.

If this is not a CIA plot, some headline writer should get a Congressional Medal because now, as a result of these Boko Haram hooligans, not only are Nigerians rightly suspicious of their government which has been rendered to laughingstock status, Muslims all over the world are seen as savage barbarians because of this false flag operation perpetrated by Boko Haram in the name of their faith.