Proof that Western Media and Governments Fabricate Boko Haram Narratives, in Cooperation with Nigerian Government

Last Monday, May 26, Examiner pointed out the fact that the story, as created by the Western media and governments, surrounding the alleged still abducted Nigerian girls is a false story. Examiner wrote: “Nigerian School Girls Already Free.” Several earlier reports such as from News24 and even CNN confirm this.

The fact that the US government and western press continue to exploit the earlier abductions of these girls is yet another piece of hard evidence that the deceptive “war on terror,” which has claimed already more than 1.5 million deaths at the hands of the UNEI alliance, is completely fabricated and is founded on nothing but lies.

As if this is not bad enough, since millions of people are buying into the false narratives that the western media pushes forward, the US government and it’s allies are now turning to a proven to be successful method of fabricating fake Boko Haram videos, claimed to be displaying the leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, even though he has been reported to be dead since 2012. Marilyn Ogar of the Nigerian State Security Service (SSS) confirmed this again last month. As did Nigeria’s director of defense information, Chris Olukolade last February. Of course one may question the authority and accuracy of these three linked reports about Shekau’s death but then another question has still to be answered anyway.

Why is the western propaganda machine showing videos wherein a different person is being put in front of a camera who claims to be Abubakar Shekau? This is impossible since he is dead and he doesn’t even look like Abubakar Shekau. It are two completely different persons. Furthermore, the fact that new media reports in the west speak of new “footage not released publicly but seen by The Mail on Sunday,” proves that indeed Boko Haram has already become “a franchise” a long time ago because even in 2012 different photos and persons were being used to present and depict Abubakar Shekau. There’s only one reason why the Mail on Sunday and the establishment parrots would report about an alleged new Boko Haram video of which mysteriously only they have a copy and refuse to publish publicly, that reason is because it is a fake video and a fabricated, scripted, report.

As has been reported earlier, the 129 girls that were missing in April were freed a mere two days later, except for 8 of them, hardly a valid reason to send in foreign troops. In the following days the number of abducted girls was ramped up to 200+ and then later to 300 by the western media and the UNEI alliance (US/NATO/EU/Israel) because this would be proven to be a good pretext to send foreign (UNEI) troops into Nigeria and the surrounding countries. A perfect way to further the take over of the African continent by the UNEI, as always under the banner of “humanitarian assistance.” In Iraq they did the same, although there it was because of weapons of mass destruction… that weren’t there. It’s always based on lies, and so it is in Nigeria and the rest of Africa.

What we are witnessing here with Boko Haram is the unfolding of the same script that was also used during the time when fake Osama bin Laden videos were distributed by the Pentagon and the CIA, eagerly published and advertised by the western mouthpiece press and consumed by unaware audiences around the world who had no idea that they had been fooled once again by their ‘great leaders’ like Barry Soetoro and other western dictators and imperialists. The same war criminals of the UNEI who also lied without limits in order to justify the murder of Gaddafi and the invasion of Libya. The same band of thugs, extremist war mongers and real terrorists who put themselves above the law time and again, knowing very well that most of the people can and will be fooled easily over and over again.

Abubakar Shekau, 2012

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Abubakar Shekau, 2014

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Abubakar Shekau, 2012

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