Sunday, September 29, 2013

Sunday is day for Muslims to kill Christians in Nigeria

As I write this,  there's no concrete news whether the 50+ students killed from a college were mostly Christians or not.  However, going by the Boko Haram's attacks on Christians on Sundays,  we can conclude that Christians were the target.   

Just like our politicians here in the West, the Nigerian government too did not pay much attention to the fears of  the  administrations of the colleges in that area and neglected  to give them police protection. My guess is somebody forgot to bribe the Nigerian MPs for that protection. There were no guards, no security, no protection for the students. It's not by chance that your email inbox is flooded by scam mail coming from Nigeria, the corruptness in Nigeria stinks to high heaven.

How can the largely Christian govt. of Nigeria strike a "peace" deal with these animals like they have been trying to?  The Boko Haram plague has to be mowed down and killed to the last bit of scum.  The folly of Christians everywhere is too vomit-inducing.  

Has anyone noticed how the MSM has stopped using "Christian"  for Nigerians killed by Boko Haram?  I would like to know who or what gave them that directive.  Now, the only time these degenerates in the media use the word "Christian" is when the killing is done in a church ... because then, it is too, too obvious. At other times, the scum writing the items for their news outlets refrain from saying that Muslim bastards are killing innocent Christians.  

There's an outright full-scale genocidal war going on aimed at Christians and people who should say so have all turned into ostriches.

From TheGuardian
Suspected Islamic militants have gunned down students as they slept and killed as many as 50 in an early-morning attack in north-eastern Nigeria.
Molima Idi Mato, provost of the Yobe state College of Agriculture said the gunmen also torched classrooms in the attack at about 1am on Sunday in rural Gujba.
The college is about 25 miles (40km) from the scene of similar school attacks around Damaturu town. The state capital, Potsikum, is 79 miles (128km) away.
He said security forces are still recovering bodies so he could not give an exact death toll. He said about 1,000 students have fled....

From Globe&Mail:
....“They attacked our students while they were sleeping in their hostels, they opened fire at them,” he said.....
....The school’s other 1,000 enrolled students have fled the college that is about 40 kilometres north of the scene of similar school attacks around Damaturu town, said provost Mato.
He said there were no security forces stationed at the college despite government assurances that they would be deployed. The state commissioner for education, Mohammmed Lamin, called a news conference two weeks ago urging all schools to reopen and promising protection from soldiers and police.
Most schools in the area closed after militants on July 6 killed 29 pupils and a teacher, burning some alive in their hostels, at Mamudo outside Damaturu.....

From TheIndependent:
....A military offensive ordered  by President Goodluck Jonathan in May had appeared to have weakened the sect, which has has consistent bloodshed in Africa's most populous nation and biggest energy producer.
The group - whose name means "Western education is forbidden" - has several factions and an ill-defined leadership structure, stymying efforts to strike a peace deal.....

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