Bring Our Girls Back – What happened?

In the night of 14 – 15 April 2014, a group of 276 female students were kidnapped from the State Secondary School in Chibok (Nigeria). Boko Haram is said to be responsible for the kidnapping, a group in Nigeria with strong ties to ISIS. 

Boko Haram is against a Western style of education in general and against schooling of girls/women specifically. Since 2010, Boko Haram targeted schools, killing many students. They kidnap girls (whom they believe should not be educated) and use them as cooks or sex slaves. In my opinion, it is rape as a recruitment tool for soldiers (typical for NWO).

How did it happen? While many girls stayed away from school due to security reasons, they attended at that time because of their final exams in Physics. On the night of 14–15 April 2014, militants broke into the school, pretending to be school guards, telling the girls to get out and come with them. A large number of students were taken away in trucks. They appearantly believed the guards and were persuaded to come with them.

The school had been closed for four weeks prior to the attack due to the deteriorating security situation, but students from multiple schools had been called in to take final exams in Physics. It is unclear, how Boko Haram knew the girls were present exactly during those days. According to the police, about 276 girls (age 16-18) were taken, of whom 53 later escaped, leaving 223 girls of this school captured.

So tell me how! How come Boko Haram knows when exactly the girls are back in school? How come Boko Haram is able to win trust of these girls and are wearing school guard uniforms? How come they are able to drive away? Didnot any of the teachers call police immediately when Boko Haram left the premises? 

Why are there so many emotional campaigns worldwide, but was there no pragmatic response immediately when it happened? We don’t need media campaigns, the terror has to stop!  [yes we wonder who did it!]

Again there is a message that goes with the media campaign created:

  1. Write your world leaders, demand that our girls are rescued.  (Is not this something the Nigerian governent is responsible for first? Or are they selling NWO agenda? And if so, we start to wonder …)
  2. Tell your government all schools should be protected.  (Well, these girls went with the school guards they trusted, so… )
  3. Share this message with the world. 

I feel with the families of the girls kidnapped. Before they ask for help, they should wonder who is behind all this. I am thinking about it a lot. Locals are able to judge what is really going on, when they dare to question. Globally, most people go with the mainstream marketing story.

Boko Haram. If they achieve anything, it is fear for Boko Haram. And hope for a rescue from Boko Haram…  by the West (NWO) !  Sounds like ISIS. Again, local problems are not solved, but turned into worldwide marketing events. Why? What does a marketing campaign worldwide cost? For 2% of that money the girls could be brought back in Nigeria.  

 

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Maud Oortwijn had been a target of organized gang stalking for many years. We believe this must stop, for her and for everyone else facing it.
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2 Responses to Bring Our Girls Back – What happened?

  1. Jimmy is Back says:

    Zijn die meiden niet gewoon ontvoerd door de staat zelf? Ik bedoel, ze dachten dat ze met schoolbewakers meegingen, dus ehh…. misschien was dat wel zo?

  2. Kaskaas says:

    Natuurlijk zijn die meisjes door de overheid daarro ontvoerd. Als er georganiseerd geweld tegen vrouwen of kinderen plaatsvindt en er is veel media-aandacht…. dan is het meestal opgezet door de overheid. Die gasten kikken op zielige verhalen in de media, als zijzelf de leuter er aan afvegen.

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