What’s the real story behind Boko Haram in Nigeria?

Nigerian Girls
There’s been a lot of talk about these kidnapped girls in Nigeria. And what is Boko Haram? Now America wants to go in and “help” resolve the situation. Really?? What’s the real truth?

However, there many dots left to be joined together to find the truth;
•In December 2011 an Algerian based CIA wing gave out 40 million Naira as a planned Long term partnership with boko haram with PLEDGE TO DO MORE.
•On June 29, 2009 a United States cable leaked by wikileaks showed that the CIA public predicted the onslaught of deadly terrorist attack by boko haram, i.e even 2 months before Bokoharam started terrorist actions.
•Disregarding advices from experts the us armed Saudi Arabia who in turned armed Libyan rebels that in turn armed Malian rebels and Boko Haram, a chain tactically predicted by the CIA. US=>SA=>LIBYA=>BOKO HARAM.
•Spy files a wikileak document indicates that SS8 a surveillance company in the us was producing viruses(Trojans) that hijack individual computer and phones (iPhone,blackberry,android etc), take over the device, record its every use, movement,GPS info and even sights and sounds in the room it is in. This software was however bought by the and used as tools by the CIA in its eavesdropping games on Nigerian politicians, thus detecting corrupt practices. As good as that may sound, but whichever politician refused to hijack policies in favor of the US was made to face financial espionage or “corruption charges”.
•It is however remarkably outstanding or rather coincidental how Nigerian SSS agents personal information,including address,bank information,mobile numbers,etc were leaked and published on the web when the sss where jointly working with the CIA to gather intelligence boko haram thus compromising the identity/security of the agents as well as that of their family.
•it is also important to note the “miraculous escape of kabiru Sokoto” from a secret top security facility whose location was known to the CIA.

In the aftermath of the unfortunate bombings and sporadic attacks that took place in Damaturu the Yobe State capital and environs on the last Sallah Day, the Embassy of the United States in Nigeria hastily put out a public statement declaring that such like bombings should be expected in three well known hospitality establishments in Abuja the nation’s capital.
To discerning observers not only did that score high marks for bad manners as that was hardly what a nation still grieving and coming to terms with its losses expected from a supposedly friendly nation, but that the US embassy was being economical with information on what it actually knew about the incident, and more significantly, the role the US government itself has been playing in the whole gamut of acts of destabilization against Nigeria.
We have already been regaled with reports provided by 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 favor 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.

Today as Nigerians are reeling from the negative effects of the insurgency that has befallen our dear country and earnestly seeking answers to what all this portends for the future, the GREENWHITE COALITION a citizen’s watchdog can reveal the true nature of this silent, undeclared war of attrition waged against Nigeria by the Government of United States of America.
ACRI stands for Africa Crises Response Initiative and it was set up during the Bush Jnr Administration as a counterweight to the Nigeria led ECOWAS Monitoring Group on the Liberian Civil War or ECOMOG as it is more popularly known. 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.
During the secret congressional hearing organized to consider the reports by both institutes on Nigeria’s role in the ECOMOG, the inter agency team comprising representatives from the CIA, Pentagon and State Department formed to push the case, endorsed the recommendation that Nigeria be kept out of the alternate arrangements on Liberia that was being proposed. 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. Thus ensued, the stalemate in ECOMOG operations with some of the participating countries foot dragging in their commitment to the force and operations. On the diplomatic front, the US along with its allies namely Britain and France using the engineered stalemate as cover, proceeded to sell the idea that the ECOMOG initiative needed to be reviewed and given a new direction. The US and its allies then argued that the intervention of outside powers such as the US and its western allies was the tonic needed to move the ECOMOG operation forward. But in order to prevent any worldwide backlash against this blatant interference in what should be a regional African initiative, the US and its allies sought to present it under the auspices of the United Nations with a select Asian and Latin American countries participating.

By the time the tallies were counted, the US had achieved the one objective of all the diplomatic and strategic maneuvers; the containment of Nigeria led ECOMOG initiative to resolve the Liberian Crises. It was on the platform of this surreptitious American intervention in the Liberian crisis that the US Africa Command or AFRICOM was formed. African Crises Response Initiative and the new African Security (Dis)order {AJPS} Unlike its precursor, the ACRI which sought to disguise US intentions in Africa particularly as it pertains to Nigeria under the cloak of multilateral humanitarian intervention, AFRICOM which came to being on October 1, 2008 is clearly programmed to serve US military-strategic interests especially with regards to the ever expanding global reach and influence of China in direct competition with the United States. In response to the growing influence of a rapidly expanding industrial China in Africa, the goal of AFRICOM is to seize key strategic areas in Africa and bring them under US control in order to block China’s access to vital energy and mineral resources for its expanding economy. But to effectively carry this out, such African countries of strategic importance must first of all be weakened internally and made to feel so vulnerable that they would have to inevitably seek US protection or intervention. A spur to this interventionist programme provides that any targeted African country that does not see the wisdom or resists the need to seek US “protection” will then have to suffer dismemberment with the pliant area carved out of the supposedly hostile area and given US“protection”. We have seen this happen in the great lakes area where US Special Forces have been deployed ostensibly to protect the countries there from so-called insurgents who in the first place were sponsored by the same US.
In Sudan we have seen how a blanket cover of international humanitarian cries orchestrated by the United States on the so-called Darfur crisis served as a prelude to the dismemberment of Sudan to punish the government of El-Bashir for daring to conclude oil deals with the Chinese to the detriment of American companies. We have also seen how Libya and Gaddafi was put to the sword for daring to sidetrack American oil interests.
But the greatest prize for AFRICOM and its goal to plant a PAX AMERICANA in Africa would be when it succeeds in the most strategic African country, NIGERIA. This is where the raging issue of BOKO HARAM and the widely reported prediction by the United States Intelligence Council on the disintegration of Nigeria by 2015 comes into perspective.
US Military
Nigeria
The seemingly intractable nature of the Boko Haram outrage has prompted a lot of questions from Nigerians. What really is this Boko Haram thing and what are their grievances if any? Why have they chosen to remain faceless in spite of the devastating effects of their activities on the psyche of the nation, and entreaties from Nigerian authorities to come forward for negotiations? Why are they able to perpetrate their attacks with relative ease and why has there not been a single clue at the scene of their acts to lead to them?
For sure, Nigerians are not unused to sectarian violence. But the ones we have witnessed in this country have been predictable and the modus and fault lines have been well known to the authorities who have always done well to keep them within tolerable limits.
The Boko Haram of Mohammed Yussuf which predated this new one can be so categorized and was well known through its operations, leadership and locations.

But how did a ragtag collection of largely half literate unsophisticated persons operating mostly on Okada transform literally overnight to being able to design, manufacture and deploy bombs in buildings and in vehicles costing in excess of a million naira and carry out attacks in several locations around the country???
How have their reach grown from just a corner of Nigeria to virtually everywhere in the country? For them to be able to mount such a sophisticated operation, they must necessarily have a well structured command and control system which in spite of their best efforts at concealment cannot remain undetected for long. So how have they seemingly defied the best efforts of combined security agencies in the country in detecting and foiling their activities?
The GREENWHITE Coalition can reveal that the current Boko Haram campaign is a covert operation organized by the American Central Intelligence Agency, CIA and coordinated by the American Embassy in Nigeria.For some time now, the CIA has been running secret training and indoctrination camps along the porous and vulnerable borderlands of Niger, Chad and Cameroon. At these camps youths from poor, deprived and disoriented backgrounds are recruited and trained to serve as insurgents. The agents who supply these youth lure them with the promise of better life and work of Allah and further indoctrinated to believe they are working to install a just Islamic order from the ungodly one that currently holds sway in Nigeria.
The American CIA program officers of this project prudently remain in the background, living the day to day running of the camps to supervisors of Middle Eastern origin specially recruited for this purpose. After several months of indoctrination and training on weapons handling, survival tactics, surveillance and evasion techniques, the insurgents are now put on stand by for the next phase of the operation.
The next phase of the operations involves the identification and selection of the targets which had already been mapped out by the American Embassy. If buildings are the targets for attack, the weapons and technical equipment to be used are kept in safe houses.
The countdown to the attack involves ferrying of the insurgents and quarantine at safe houses for the H hour. After the attack, in the ensuing panic, the insurgents make their escape into safe houses to dispose the weapons and disappear and dissolve later into the local population. The technical angle of sending out e-mails and messages of responsibility for the attack to the media in the name of Boko Haram is done through secure telecoms equipment by the American programmers of the operation which can hardly be traced.
If the selected target is to be bombed by an IED, the building is cased for days and the devise inserted when security is lax. The devise is then detonated by an in-built timing mechanism or by a hand held detonator some distance away from where the bomb is placed. If on the hand, the attack is to be carried out by a suicide bomber, the person to carry it out would have been severely drugged with CIA manufactured LSD to disorientation. In his state of mind he would have no clue as to what he is programmed to do having been turned into a veritable human robot.
It is neither a coincidence nor guesswork that the National Intelligence Council of the United States Government estimated that Nigeria will disintegrate by the year 2015. The whole report actually is a coded statement of intentions on how using destabilization plots the US plans to eventually dismember Nigeria.
The whole goal of the destabilization campaign is to ensure that Nigeria is weakened internally by intractable crises leading up to 2015 when the next general elections are expected to come up. By that year there will be so much mutual suspicion among Nigerians that the elections itself might not hold or if they did at all will set the stage for a full rapture of the Nigerian state. By its calculation and design, the Nigerian state will be so fractious by then; it will be fully ripe for intervention and break up. It is in actualization of this plan that the US strategic planners on Nigeria have devised a three stage plan of implementation.
For more on this article go to The African Renaissance News.

19 thoughts on “What’s the real story behind Boko Haram in Nigeria?

  1. One of the biggest tells is how, suddenly, overnight so many Americans care about Nigerian girls but didn’t make a peep when Libya was decimated by U.S./NATO and AFRICOM is waging an invisible war to control the natural resources of the continent. Not that I’m saying anything you don’t already know. Great article, Kushite Prince.

    • You’re correct Jeff. We can no longer afford to be naïve about when the US tries to “help” other nations. There is always some type of motive other than just humanitarian efforts. But it seems to be difficult to explain this to some individuals. Ignorance is not bliss.

  2. As long as Afuakan people’s the world over continue to betray each other, continue to happily practise self hatred with attitude, the shadeism, the featuresism, the Hairism and a whole load of BS, that continues to keep us apart, with no REAL knowledge of ANYTHING that concerns us except to GIVE us “issues” to get Emotional about we are already out of here.
    Most of us here think bombing Libya was a “good thing” ( beggars belief) etc etc. Most “African” leaders turned their back on Libya, the Ivory Coast etc etc. We are the richest people who have absolutely NO CAPITAL as a group, but we talk a lot and do absolutely NIL. Like Rwanda will it never end? The Black on Black crime, is it that simple to get us to turn like animals on ourselves from forces from the outside?? Greatly Saddened.

    • ……besides this “freedom loving” corporation Was and Is still into Kidnapping . Why are they still “rounding ” up women AND their children (young men as well) in ALL the countries they have Invaded, did any caring AmericanCon express concern? No. Literally Hundreds of innocent women are STILL being held in Abu Gharib and other Nazi camps. Where was Michelle Obomber’s “outrage” when the First Lady of Ivory Coast Mrs.Gabagbo was abducted and Disrespected??? She also had nothing to add when they rounded on Mrs Gabagbo’s family. Michelle is not only a First Lady but a mother. She is just sickening. Are we EVER going to get our act together as a people???? WHAT dear Most High is it going to take for us to actually SEE the awful writing already on da wall !!!!

    • Our self hatred stems form the system of white supremacy. Here in America and in Africa as well. It’s the reason we fight amongst ourselves and can’t get on the same page. We must unite and fine common ground to defeat our oppressors. But I definitely feel what you’re saying. The Libya situation is a bit complicated though. The African leaders turned their backs because they’re afraid of the European Union and their power. That’s why they didn’t support Libya.

      • …sad but your statement is so painfully true. If only (the saddest phrase in the language) we had kept up the momentum of Haiti, and all the other strong rebellions and respect for our people and elders in particular, the great and powerful examples of Shaka Zulu, and the many too numerous to name……..THIS almighty mess would of been long left for dead in the trailer park.

      • Yeah I hear you. Believe me I do. But we push on regardless. We can never give up the fight for true liberation and justice. We are growing in numbers and many of us are starting to wake up. the struggle is not over.

  3. Yes you are correct. Your statement recalled something I read somewhere quite awhile ago, the writer said something like,” we are not in a Sprint or Five yard dash, we are in a Marathon”. I overstand, it’s the long haul and we will eventually get it to get there! Thanks for the nodge, time to keep the Baton to pass it on. I hear you!

  4. Wow! This is very eye opening!

    The Obama Administration Threatened Nigeria With Sanctions in 2013 For Fighting Boko Haram
    “Obama Administration Threatened Nigeria with Sanctions in 2013 for Fighting Boko Haram,” by Fred Dardick, Canada Free Press, May 14, 2014:
    Hillary Clinton wasn’t the only Obama administration official who went to bat for Boko Haram over the past few years.Soon after John Kerry took over as Secretary of State, the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Terence P. McCulley, accused the Nigerian government of butchery during a confrontation with Boko Haram terrorists in Baga, a Nigerian town on the shores of Lake Chad, and in May 2013 threatened to withdraw U.S. military aid from the West African nation.
    Boko Haram militants attacked a Nigerian military outpost in April 2013 outside Baga, killing one soldier. Following the three-day battle human rights activists, including the George Soros-funded and liberal aligned Human Rights Watch, which is not exactly known for its impartiality when it comes to reporting on Islamic issues, claimed the Nigerian military wantonly slaughtered 183 civilians and burned down over 2,000 homes and businesses.
    The Nigerian government denied the claims saying the death toll and destruction had been vastly overstated by its enemies, and in fact 30 Boko Haram terrorists, 6 civilians and one soldier, had died in the fighting. Reports from the Baga clinic, which treated 193 people following the battle, but only 10 with serious injuries, seemed to back up the Nigerian government claim that no large-scale massacre had occurred.
    The U.S. Nigerian Ambassador, blindly believing any Islamist sob story that crossed his path, responded in a May 2013 meeting with human rights activists by defending Boko Haram:
    Mr. Terrence announced to the activists that the US congress had previously passed a law that bars the United States from rendering military assistance to any government that violates basic rights of citizens. He said the Obama led US government has therefore ceased to assist Nigeria militarily in obedience to the law.
    The threat of military sanctions, and whether or not they were actually implemented, is an open question as there has been zero coverage of this issue in the mainstream media, may have had a chilling effect on Nigerian military operations against Boko Haram. Since Ambassador McCulley’s proclamation the Nigerian civilian death toll by Boko Haram Islamic militants has skyrocketed over the past year.

  5. WARNING: LONG POST. I couldn’t help myself

    Greetings, Kushite Prince. I am a young African American man who has dedicated his life to learning and to seek the truth. I am new to your blog and am impressed so far with what I have read. You seem to be about the truth, and I can respect and appreciate that. So many [black] blogs are so focused on assuaging white people’s fear of the black unity and solidarity that they intentionally misdirect black people away from the truth. They serve as agents of disinformation to keep the masses asleep. I’m so sick of this! It is refreshing to see a blog like yours that is about truth first! I wish more black MEN dealt in truth and information, not entertainment and propaganda. Like you have been saying, black men have been under attack by European interests for the past 400 years, it’s time we reclaim our rightful positions as world leaders. As you know, without knowledge, the people will surely perish. You, sir get nothing but respect from me for doing your part.

    Anyway, on to the subject at hand. Anyone who has not been asleep in the past 5 years knows exactly what’s behind the civil unrest in these African nations. Like you said, these are carefully manufactured episodes of civil disobedience orchestrated by the United States with two goals in mind: 1.) To weaken the political and governance infrastructure of these countries in order to 2.) Gain control of that country’s natural resources. The modus operandi has not changed in the past 2 centuries; I’m continually amazed that people fail to see this.
    Anyone who is commenting on this post knows why the U.S. is interested in Nigeria what Nigeria’s chief resource is: OIL!! Simply put, the U.S. wants control of Nigeria’s oil reserves. If you don’t believe me, just look to Lybia and Venezuela for your confirmation.

    It is no coincidence that we have seen recent civil unrest between two of the top 10 African countries with the largest global oil reserves (i.e., Libya and Nigeria). We have also seen this display in the country with THE largest global oil reserve, Venezuela. It’s sickening. I recommend to those that are interested in how this strategy is planned and executed to read “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” by John Perkins. It is an interesting read that details how the U.S. spends great time, energy and resources to topple these oil-rich governments and commandeer their resources. He highlights examples in Panama, Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, Ivory Coast, just to name a few. It is very enlightening.

    So, brother Kushite Prince, keep up the good work, and keep seeking and speaking the truth. Who knows, I just may join you in the blogosphere!

    • Thank you for that great breakdown. That was very well said. I read Economic Hitman years ago. I found it to be very eye opening as well. I suggest everyone check that book out. Thanks for the kind words. I will keep doing my best to put out the truth as best I can.

  6. You know, the older I get the more I am thoroughly convinced that black people are suffering worldwide because we refuse to get back to the basics, our ancestral roots, so to speak. Piggy-backing off the post Kushite Prince made a couple months ago about the power of melanin, black people (Africans in particular) have always enjoyed a deep connection with the Creator. This connection directly resulted in our being the authors of the advancement of civilization. Through our hands, blacks developed and advanced the fields of science, astronomy, medicine, theology, grammar, geography, history, philosophy, logic and law… just to name a few. Somewhere in history we abandoned our customs, spirituality, and values systems in favor of the white Europoean values and systems. My belief is that this abandonment begat our demise as we lost that direct relationship/connection to the Creator. He gave us everything FIRST, and we were foolish enough to trust the outcasts and trade in our privilege. We squandered our privilege by teaching them (whites) everything they know, to which they used this knowledge to advance themselves and to oppress us! Foolish indeed!

    One thing for sure is that white people DO NOT have the direct connection to the Creator that we black folk have/had. This is the most powerful weapon in our arsenal, and everyone knows this EXCEPT for black folks. This is why there is so much energy put into feeding us misinformation in all forms, especially religion and the public education system (but I won’t go there unless Kushite makes a post about it 🙂

    Bottom line: Black folks will not rise and advance until we get back to our roots. Seriously. We have to reject all these Eurocentric values as they do not, and will not ever work for us! At their core, they are designed to advance THEM, not us. We ARE a different people, with a higher calling, whether we accept that or not.

    There’s so much more I could say but I’m going to stop there. I will say that Kushite, I am mad at you because being that I’m new to your site, I’m spending time reading all this GREAT information and commenting, when I should be doing my homework!
    Keep up the good work, bro!

    • Great post RC! You seem to really know your information. I appreciate all the knowledge you’re dropping. Maybe you should create your own blog. You obviously have the knowledge to do so. I appreciate all the positive feedback. You’re welcome to drop by my blog anytime.

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