Nigeria is among the nations which are difficult to discuss because, although theoretically a democracy, it is one vast organization of criminals whose only goals in life are robbing their fellow citizens. Yes, Nigeria possesses oil and oil, yes, billions flow into the country, but, no, the money is never used to serve the needs of the 95%. It flows into the hands of those famous rich folk, the job creators of Nigeria. Who then can be shocked that fundamentalist Muslims would emerge and employ the rhetoric of serving God in order to serve their own needs for power and wealth. A basic belief of those in the Boko Haram is the reason one is being murdered is for his own benefit in order to deliver one more body to God up in the sky. Boko Haram struck again, they blew up a bus station on the outskirts of the capita. Latest report is that at least 71 are dead and over a hundred wounded.
President Goodluck Jonathan expressed, once again, his anger at this Boko Haram massacre of the innocent. Goodluck will continue issuing of regret while the stealing goes on and on, and the lives of Nigerians becomes worse and worse. The only way to combat the Boko Haram crazies is to create a modern society in which poverty is confronted and people have the option of living a decent life rather than watch young men meander over to crazies in the night.