posted on May, 7 2014 @ 01:52 AM
The thing is... I see Boko Haram (the group that kidnapped these girls) as being pretty much exactly the same as much of the dominant political
thinking in America at the moment. There are so very many so-called "conservative Christians" (who seek neither to conserve nor to be Christ-like)
that have almost exactly the same goals, that their only substantive difference from the terrorist band is the amount of energy they are willing to
expend. I mean, Boko Haram means "Scientific Learning is Sinful" (basically). To my ears, their arguments are straight out of the old testament: Do
What I Say God Says, Don't Ask Questions, If Facts Cast Doubt On Faith Then They Are Evil Facts That Should Be Ignored Even If They Are True, Females
Are Less Then Males, Some People Should Be Property.
I think that, if people got to know them, that there're FAR too many people in the world who would buy a drink for these @$$#0l3s than would punch
them in the face. So I strongly doubt that any conspiracy is likely. Balance of probabilities, friend. Which is more likely: "people expend millions
and man-decades of effort to accomplish.... (something)", or "people are terrible"?