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Hillary Clinton refused to label Boko Haram a terrorist group

Much of their weaponry come from the Libyan pipeline created by the Obama administration.

Boko Haram, the group that claimed responsibility for capturing over 200 girls in Nigeria, is allied with groups that Obama and Hillary supported in Libya. 

Boko Haram became active around the same time Obama took office. It has been murdering Nigerian Christians for years, by Hillary refused to label it an official terrorist groups. Now it is heavily armed, because US allies in Libya have supplied it with weapons looted from the Libyan government.

Much of Nigeria’s problems with Boko Haram are a direct recent of the US backing of Sunni militants in Libya. Militant groups backed and armed by the US government flooded half of Africa with looted Libyan weapons after the US war in Libya. These weapons are being used in Mali, Nigeria, Syria, and other countries to murder non-Sunni.


While Hillary Clinton has been vocal in drawing attention to the plight of 200 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria, she was in fact complicit in aiding the militant group in a number of different ways, including delaying the designation of the outfit as a terrorist organization, arming its allies in Africa and ignoring the slaughter of hundreds of Christians when she was Secretary of State.

Clinton reacted to the news that 200 schoolgirls had been kidnapped by Boko Haram this week by blaming the Nigerian government. Clinton also took part in the viral #BringBackOurGirls Twitter campaign that was similarly backed by Michelle Obama.

However, when Clinton was warned in 2012 that the group had been responsible for slaughtering hundreds of Christians as part of a brutal attempt to Islamize Nigeria and obliterate Christianity, she did nothing and the State Department refused to add the group to a list of terrorist organizations despite massive pressure from Congress, the CIA and the FBI.

During Clinton’s visit to Nigeria in August 2012, she was addressed in an open letter by Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor of the Christian Association Of Nigeria. Oritsejafor is a prominent figure in Nigeria and testified in the U.S. at a congressional hearing in July 2012.

In his letter, Oritsejafor notes that the State Department, headed at the time by Clinton, resorted to “distortions, omissions and in some cases clearly misrepresent(ed) facts on the ground” in Nigeria in 2011 during a time when 700 churches were destroyed and hundreds of Christians were massacred by Boko Haram terrorists, representing the “largest single attack on Christendom in contemporary world history anywhere on the planet”.

Clinton’s State Department completely omitted these attacks from its 2011 report, which erroneously claimed that more Muslims than Christians died in the attacks. As Oritsejafor points out, 88.3% of the attacks targeted Christians, while just 2.9% were attacks on Muslims.

A potential motive for the State Department turning a blind eye to Boko Haram’s wave of terror in 2011 is the fact that the Obama administration was simultaneously arming and supporting the very Al-Qaeda groups allied with Boko Haram in Africa.

Last year, the Bipartisan Policy Center noted that Al-Qaeda groups were enjoying a “revival” as a result of their presence in Libya and Syria, partly thanks to western support for extremists fighting against both Colonel Gaddafi and President Bashar Al-Assad’s regime.

One of these Al-Qaeda groups, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), which later appeared in Syria, was armed and supported by the U.S. government during the assault on Libya and the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi, whom Hillary Clinton infamously referred to with her crass remark, “We came, we saw, he died”.

LIFG and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) are both close allies of Boko Haram and have provided the terrorist group with weapons (undoubtedly by way of the U.S. government).

As Nile Bowie writes, “It remains highly documented that members of Al-Qaeda (AQIM) and the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) who fought among the Libyan rebels directly received arms and logistical support from NATO bloc countries during the Libyan conflict in 2011″.

This means that Boko Haram was one of the Al-Qaeda groups in Africa to have hugely benefited from the U.S. government’s role in overthrowing Gaddafi, which was vehemently supported by Hillary Clinton. Boko Haram also receives arms directly from Saudi Arabia, one of the United States’ biggest allies.