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    the Wikileaks which identified the US embassy in Nigeria as a forward operating base for wide and far reaching acts of subversion against Nigeria which include but not limited to eavesdropping on Nigerian government communication, financial espionage on leading Nigerians, support and funding of subversive groups and insurgents, sponsoring of divisive propaganda among the disparate groups of Nigeria and the use of visa blackmail to induce and coerce high ranking Nigerians into acting in favour of US interests.
    But beyond what we know from the Wikileaks report, what many Nigerians do not know is that 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.

    ACRI came to being from the secret reports and recommendations separately by the Africa-America Institute and the Brookings Institute commissioned by the Central Intelligence Agency, the American Government’s Directorate responsible for organizing foreign subversive activities, on the Liberian civil war and the intervention of ECOMOG.
    Both reports zeroed in on the pivotal role Nigeria was playing in the ECOMOG initiative and noted pointedly the phenomenal success recorded by ECOMOG in containing the Liberian crisis without any significant role or intervention from any of the major western powers including the United States.
    The report concluded that should ECOMOG be allowed to go the whole hog, the major beneficiary will be Nigeria and that might form the basis for a pax Nigeriana in the West African sub-region eclipsing the influence of former colonial powers France and Britain.
    The reports also called on the United States Government to note that Liberia being its creation should not be allowed to fall into Nigerian hands with consequences to US strategic interests in the country and the region. Specifically both reports noted that should Nigeria be allowed to have a foothold in Liberia, it will further embolden Nigeria to challenge the US and the West in carving its own sphere of interest at their expense.
    In this regard, the report further recalled Nigeria’s role in helping to liberate the southern African countries in the 70’s and 80’s in clear opposition and defiance to the interests of the United States and its western allies which resulted in setback for Western initiatives in Africa at the time.
    Both concluded with a recommendation that the US Government in conjunction with its allies should seek to contain the growing influence of Nigeria in the sub-region by forming a parallel organization to ECOMOG. But in order not to unduly alarm and antagonize Nigeria which the report admitted still had considerable influence in the region, the US government was advised to go about this using quiet diplomacy.

    The strategy was to win away some key African countries from participation enthusiastically in the ECOMOG initiative. The sweeteners for this were the promise and delivery of military and humanitarian aid. This was the line the then US Secretary of State Warren Christopher pursued when he visited a number of African countries excluding Nigeria to sell the ACRI idea

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    fram mii tart fe read stories dat dem school girls kidnapping ting was a hoax, it mekk mii wandar wat reallee a gawn
    I have no desire to take all black people back to Africa; there are blacks who are no good here and will likewise be no good there.
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    • #3
      Update from a CREDIBLE source...not a site specializing in urban legends.

      Brainwashed girls among the 200 kidnapped at Nigeria’s Chibok school 'are now killing for Boko Haram and torturing the Islamist group’s prisoners,'

      • Teen forced to marry a Boko Haram militant has revealed killings by girls
      • The 17-year-old said she saw Chibok girls slit the throats of Christian men
      • Out of 276 schoolgirls captured more than a year ago, 219 are still missing

      Missing Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram have been brainwashed into killing and torturing the terror group's other prisoners, it has been claimed.

      Other women who were captured by the Islamist group claim they were held in the same camp as some of the kidnapped schoolgirls, who are now carrying out killings on behalf of their captors.

      Amnesty International said it is aware that out of the 276 girls abducted from from their boarding school by the Islamist groups more than a year ago, 219 are still missing and that other girls kidnapped by Boko Haram have been forced to fight.

      One 17-year-old witness told BBC Panorama that after she was captured by Boko Haram, she was told she would become the wife of one of the militants.

      When she refused, they slit the throats of four men in front of her - and said she would suffer the same fate if she did not co-operate.
      The teenager went on to marry a Boko Haram member, was repeatedly raped and is now pregnant with his child.

      She said some of the Chilbok schoolgirls were held in the same camp as her, and they urged her to comply with their terrorist captors - and killed Christian men in front of her.

      'They were Christian men. They [the Boko Haram fighters] forced the Christians to lie down. Then the girls cut their throats', the unidentified teen said.

      '(The girls) told us: 'You women should learn from your husbands because they are giving their blood for the cause. We must also go to war for Allah.''
      The statements made by the 17-year-old were not independently verified. She has now successfully fled the group after six months in captivity.
      Human rights activists at Amnesty International said their own research uncovered evidence that a number of the Chilcot schoolgirls were now fighting for Boko Haram.
      Netsanet Belay, a director within the Africa, department of the charity, said: 'The abduction and brutalisation of young women and girls seems to be part of the modus operandi of Boko Haram,'
      The Islamist terror group has abducted thousands of women and girls in recent years
      Earlier this week it was reported two teenage girls who killed at least 30 people in a twin suicide bomb attack in Nigeria were feared to have been Boko Haram captives who were forced to blow themselves up.

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      Last edited by Tropicana; 08-29-2015, 08:31 PM.


      • #4
        YES WAIT ON "WESTERN MEDIA" TO TELL YOU WHO BOKO HARAM REALLY IS......while poor blacks on the ground their are shouting at the tops of the lungs CIA...BOKO HARAM IS CIA TRAINED, DIRECTED AND SUPPORTED>

        When people conscious of the Western Powers Tactics and Strategies of Intervention in Africa told people like yourself that the Warlord and butcher of Liberia and Sierra Leone Charles Taylor was a CIA Asset.....People like yourself shout out "urban Legend" etc.
        So called Credible News sources and Officials of the CIA and the US Government shouted out no such thing.
        When Charles Taylor was finally caught and imprisoned, he himself began saying he has been working with and for the CIA. The CIA denied it.
        The Western Powers Have been conducted these types of operations in Africa for centuries now, and while doing then they have consistently denied it. Once they have successfully completed their mission they will admit to there if to mock us Africans. Yet we never learn how to recognize these operations when they are ongoing....Well this one is on going and I am Telling you it is A CIA NSA MI5 etc operation
        WAKE UP - Sheeple

        US authorities say former Liberian leader Charles Taylor worked for its intelligence agencies, including the CIA, the Boston Globe reports.
        The revelation comes in response to a Freedom of Information request by the newspaper.
        A Globe reporter told the BBC this is the first official confirmation of long-held reports of a relationship between US intelligence and Mr Taylor.
        Mr Taylor is awaiting a verdict on his trial for alleged war crimes.
        Rumours of CIA ties were fuelled in July 2009 when Mr Taylor himself told his trial, at the UN-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in the Hague, that US agents had helped him escape from a maximum security prison in Boston in 1985.
        The CIA at the time denied such claims as "completely absurd".
        But now the Defence Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon's spy arm, has disclosed that its agents - and those of the CIA - did later use Mr Taylor as an informant, the Globe reports.
        Globe reporter Bryan Bender told the BBC's Network Africa programme that Pentagon officials refused to give details on exactly what role Mr Taylor played, citing national security.
        But they did confirm that Mr Taylor first started working with US intelligence in the 1980s, the period when he rose to become one of the world's most notorious warlords, Mr Bender says.
        Mr Taylor was later elected Liberia's president.

        Last edited by franksterr; 08-31-2015, 09:06 AM.
        Aid is Imperialism.
        All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good to do nothing.
        Legalize weed
        The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.
        "3 stages of Truth, 1st, it is ridiculed. 2nd it is violently opposed. 3rd, it is accepted as being self-evident."
        Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful


        • #5
          Boko Haram: Who is Abubakar Shekau? - BBC News

          In an effort to help it deal with the brutal violence of the Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram, the Nigerian government has given the U.S. the authority to conduct strikes against the group on Nigerian soil with the tacit approval of the Nigerian government.
          The communication between governments came by way of a letter from the Nigerian Embassy to the U.S. State Department, written after the U.S. placed three members of Boko Haram—Abubakar Shekau, Abubakar Adam Kambar and Khalid al-Barnawi—on its terror watch list. The letter states that should the U.S. make an effort to go after the targeted Boko Haram insurgents, Nigeria declares that its “innocent immediate neighbors should not be harmed.
          The Nigeria Guardian called the move by Nigeria “a tacit partial surrender of the nation’s sovereignty to the United States of America.

          President Museveni says he would be prepared to hang than hand over the security of his country to the United NationsUganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni, has mocked the Nigerian military over its failure to contain the extremist sect, Boko Haram, saying he would be prepared to “hang” than surrender his country’s security to foreigners as Nigeria and other troubled African nations have done.Mr. Museveni said the failure of the governments of Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, to protect their people and instead opt for foreign assistance amounts to a vote of no confidence.“I have never called the United Nations to guard your security. Me, Yoweri Museveni to say that I have failed to protect my people and I call in the UN….I would rather hang myself,” Mr. Museveni was quoted by the country’s state-owned newspaper, New Vision, as saying.He added: “We prioritized national security by developing a strong army otherwise our Uganda would be like DRC, South Sudan, Somalia or Nigeria where militias have disappeared with school children. It would be a vote of no confidence to our country and citizens if we can’t guarantee our security, what kind of persons would we be?”

          British Foreign Minister William Hague, speaking before the start of a meeting of Western and African leaders in Paris, said the Nigerian military was not organized in a way to deal effectively with the Islamist group.
          French President Francois Hollande told the meeting that Boko Haram was now a threat to all Western and Central Africa - a point that was supported by reports of a suspected Boko Haram attack on a Chinese work site in Cameroon on Friday might.
          Although Boko Haram have been fighting for five years, carrying out many bombings and attacks on civilians as well as security forces, the kidnapping last month of more than 200 girls from a school in Chibok, northeast Nigeria, has focused world attention on them.
          Outrage over the mass abduction prompted Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan - criticized at home for his government's slow response - to accept U.S., British and French intelligence help in the hunt for the girls.

          The US military has decided to keep the base of its new Africa Command in Germany for now, after only one African nation, Liberia, offered to host it.

          Most African countries have been wary of plans to base the command, Africom, on the continent.
          Africom's commander, Gen William Ward, said there were no plans to create large US garrisons on the continent.
          The military command was created last year to unite responsibilities shared by three other US regional commands.
          The US plan had been misunderstood by some African countries, Gen Ward told the BBC.
          The key aim of Africom was to build the capacity of African countries for security and peacekeeping, he said, adding there were no plans to move the headquarters for at least a year.
          African doubts
          Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua announced in November that he would not allow his country to host an Africom base and that he was also opposed to any such bases in West Africa.
          South Africa and Libya have also voiced strong reservations.
          Only Liberia, which has historic links to the US, has offered to host it.

          Aid is Imperialism.
          All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good to do nothing.
          Legalize weed
          The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.
          "3 stages of Truth, 1st, it is ridiculed. 2nd it is violently opposed. 3rd, it is accepted as being self-evident."
          Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful


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