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Im so freaking mad. I asked my friend that just came back on Saturday if anything was going on in Nigeria about the missing girl he said nope. Its just recently as of this week that everyone is even getting involved.
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Originally posted by sugabanana sugabanana wrote:

Im so freaking mad. I asked my friend that just came back on Saturday if anything was going on in Nigeria about the missing girl he said nope. Its just recently as of this week that everyone is even getting involved.

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I don't even have the heart to watch the video. I just asked for the summry.
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Originally posted by sugabanana sugabanana wrote:

This is so daggone sad. I have a video on my phone with what they are doing to the girls. Some are killed and some are turned to sex slaves. Its super graphic. The Islamist groups dig a hole and bury the girls all they way up to their neck. Then use stones to throw at their heads until they die. Sigh. Its just sad!!!

I couldn't even watch the video I had to ask for the summary. Just WHY???????? These people need to be sniped. Yes I agree America should go there and find these idiots.


Jesus!!! I hope they get killed when they are found. Bastards.
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Backing: Celebrities including Mary J Blige have joined a worldwide social media campaign putting pressure on the Nigerian government to bring the girls back
Michelle Obama shared this photo of herself along with the caption Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families.
Leona Lewis holds a piece of paper with the message on while standing in a corridor
Amy Poehler and Malala Yousafzai tweeted their support for the Bring Back Our Girls campaign
Kevin Frazier and Thea Andrews, co-hosts of The Insider, shared this photo via Twitter
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i'm so mad at that jacked up country.
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“Your calls for the United States to get involved in this crisis undermines the democratic process in Nigeria and co-opts the growing movement against the inept and kleptocratic Jonathan administration. It was Nigerians who took their good for nothing President to task and challenged him to address the plight of the missing girls. It is in their hands to seek justice for these girls and to ensure that the Nigerian government is held accountable. Your emphasis on U.S. action does more harm to the people you are supposedly trying to help and it only expands and sustain U.S. military might.
If you must do something, learn more about the amazing activists and journalists…who have risked arrests and their lives as they challenge the Nigerian government to do better for its people within the democratic process. If you must tweet, tweet to support and embolden them, don’t direct your calls to action to the United States government who seeks to only embolden American militarism. Don’t join the American government and military in co-opting this movement started and sustained by Nigerians.”
—      Dear Americans, Your Hashtags Won’t #BringBackOurGirls. You Might Actually Be Making Things Worse.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (7) Thanks(7)   Quote Tbaby Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 08 2014 at 10:58pm
^^Sorry, but that blogger seems more worried about a US military presence then for the welfare of 270 girls and the slaughter of 300 villagers in 1 day by the hands of these extremist killers...

I fail to see how things can get worse by shining a blaring international light on the human rights crisis in Nigeria thru the internet. 

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Originally posted by Tbaby Tbaby wrote:

^^Sorry, but that blogger seems more worried about a US military presence then for the welfare of 270 girls and the slaughter of 300 villagers in 1 day by the hands of these extremist killers...

I fail to see how things can get worse by shining a blaring international light on the human rights crisis in Nigeria thru the internet. 


this, they need to remove head from ass.

those girls need to be brought back by any means necessary
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (5) Thanks(5)   Quote EPITOME Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 09 2014 at 1:57am
uhm...based on what my friend in Nigeria has told me ain't nobody emboldened by this story nor were they working hard to find these girls...she simply told me nobody cared bc it was "up North."
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