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Church service at Bayero University, Nigeria attacked by gunmen - 15 people killed
x | April 30, 2012
Three days after media houses in Abuja and Kaduna State, Nigeria were bombed by Boko Haram, Christian worshippers were attacked during sunday service... (1) Comment



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"Coming In From The Cold"    California, USA    May 01, 2012
Action speaks louder than voice, they say. All this grammar by people, governors, etc., condemning the acts of these barbarians called Boko Haram (BH) without appropriate action, will not solve the problem. Murdering innocent citizens in cold blood because they practice a religion different from yours, is unacceptable. Let all hell break loose if thatâs all it will take to stop this nonsense.

Let me invoke some science here â Newtonâs first law of motion states that âevery object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it.â To analogize, Boko Haram (BH) is in a state of aggression and will remain in that state of aggression unless an external force (or a counterforce) is applied to or against BH. Sometimes you even have to bring that aggression to their doorstep to stop it. Stop praying or talking about it; the countermeasure is to use counterforce to counteract them. Thatâs the only language these fools will understand. And âdem be real fools because sense no dey for their âoblongata and konkobilityâ - oyinbo repete.â

Newtonâs third law states that, âfor every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.â If they can do it, we can do it too. Sebi oyinbo wey make pencil, na im make eraser, ah! ah!. Saber rattling or showing saber tooth wonât do it. You not only bark, you must bite too.

These rampaging BH members are limited in number. So, you need to fight back to decimate them. Allowing them to come to your homes or churches to hurt, kill and maim you, and then allow them to escape unscathed is weak-kneed and counterproductive. How many of your people will you have to bury before enough is enough.

Forget the crocodile tears from BH secret leaders who sponsor them and give them arms to carry out these dastardly acts; forget the police who will not get there until the dust has settled and these âanimalsâ have escaped ; forget Jonathan who is afraid to act swiftly and decisively against these northerners but would send the military to the street of Lagos for non-violent demonstrations; forget your useless leaders whose families are not or will not be affected and will not get hurt; forget the soothing words they offer you and asking you to be calm and pray instead of providing protection that you need; forget all the bullshit.

These BH nonentities are terrorists. The solution is to go after them too if law enforcement cannot do it. Push me, I push you, God no go vex now.
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