Nobody with even a glint of understanding of the subject matter, doubts that Boko Haram is primarily all about politicians desperate to stop President Goodluck Jonathan from re-contesting in 2015. (see here for an authoritative account by an outspoken “neutral” commentator, Wole Soyinka http://thenewsafrica.com/2012/02/06/next-phase-of-boko-haram-terrorism/).
It is therefore extremely fearful and damning to see the extents to which politicians who claim to love Nigeria are ready to go, just to fulfill their political ambitions! Incredibly, Nigerians seem to be developing thick skins to the atrocities: daily massacres in villages by so-called Fulani cattle rustlers, killings of school children (deaths of the teachers, not to talk of security officials, don’t count anymore!). On the morning of Monday 14th April, scale of terror went up a notch with the Nyanya bus terminal blast in which about 100 lives were gruesomely terminated. But worse was still coming, as the very next day, over 200 school girls were abducted (this time alive) from their hostel while writing their final school certificate exam. As at press time, most of them are still in captivity, and there are reports (who are these sources, by the way?) authoritatively informing that many of the girls are being prepared as brides for the holy muhajedeens! [Stop Press: In a presidential chat on 04/05/14, President Jonathan mentioned that, going by their names, majority of the abducted girls are from Christian families].
The madness continues with utterances from the political players, now barely veiling their affiliation with Boko Haram. While opposition party APC went for the jugular of the President for still proceeding with a political rally to receive decampees from that party into his own PDP, the ruling Party defended the President’s action by suggesting that it was precisely to stop the rally that Boko Haram went into its latest serial offence, and that if the government dares to capitulate to such a move, it would only encourage more such attacks!
Whoever is right, this seems to be the very height of madness seeing how politics override every other issue in the land. And it should be instructive to anyone who still thinks the world system cares for them or can protect them! We pointed out this conclusion in the treatment meted out by even great, democratic and powerful America, to its ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens who was left to be humiliated, molested and murdered on the streets of Benghazi while political considerations compelled his country to keep away from that holy moslem land, troops that could have helped. (see CA! Vol 15 No 6)
Meanwhile indications that the Boko Haram end-game must be around include the fact that now, heat is being turned on the so-called sacred cows. For instance, a number of former heads of state (who of course could never have sworn not to know the real identities of Boko Haram) are now officially being placed on restricted movement (officially for their own protection!). Incredibly, while the opposition party on one hand blames the government for not being hard enough on curtailing the insurgency, her most vocal spokesperson, governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa state attempted to further confuse issues and weaken the hand of government by writing his open letter accusing government of being TOO hard on insurgency. He actually stated point-blankly that government is pursuing a mission of genocide on his (Nyako’s) people. It’s not clear if the people he was referring to are the innocent citizens who are being butchered daily by Boko Haram, or the insurgents themselves who are obviously at their wits end, with the borders to neighbouring countries, their exit routes, now rapidly closing against them. The opposition political party had virulently opposed the declaration of a state of emergency in the region by the President.
What’s the big lesson in all of these? With big-time terrorism now common-place virtually all over the world, the United Nations and other global bodies are rapidly assuming larger-than-life roles as the world’s main response to these atrocities. Under the heat of the moment, little thoughts are given to the ultimate implications of the blanket dictatorial powers these global bodies are assuming. As we have explained repeatedly over the past seventeen years, the Hegelian approach to instituting the coming global governance involves deliberately creating global crises (chief of which is terror – see BICQ Book 2, pg 137), which will make inevitable, the proffering of global solutions - at outrageous costs.
The Atlantic Council, a prominent Washington-based Think Tank recently re-affirmed this game-plan when it openly posited that an “extraordinary crisis” is needed to preserve the “new world order,” which is under threat of being derailed by non-state actors like Edward Snowden.” The Atlantic Council is considered to be a highly influential organization with close ties to major policy makers across the world. (Paul Joseph Watson, ""Think Tank: 'Extraordinary Crisis' Needed to Preserve 'New World Order,' Infowars.com, 1/17/14) In Nigeria, Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka in May made a similar statement, calling on international forces to take over the battle against Boko Haram.
This is no longer a question of Conspiracy Theory. It is clear that all of these globalized crises (including Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria) are simply preparing the grounds for the emergence of that global maximum dictator predicted in the Bible – the Antichrist.