|Is it possible to control the weather? Can social media catch bogeymen? Some agencies already wield the power to make it rain (by cloudseeding with toxic heavy metals), "drive" hurricanes/cyclones and cause/avert catastrophic weather disasters (with HAARP). But let's pretend they are not yet doing it: the BBC investigates.|
UPDATE: The photos of the "abducted" girls are fake
|American invaders arrive to find, rape, kill...|
When the Borno state government shared copies of the video with the parents of the kidnapped [CIA abducted] teenagers, none of the parents could find their children in the video, Ojutiku said he learned from the Borno government.
"They are not the same. They are not the girls abducted," said Ojutiku, a Southern Baptist in Raleigh, N.C., who receives frequent updates from members of the grassroots group Lift Up Now. He co-founded the group to address political, economic and social challenges in his homeland Nigeria. More
|The CIA paid me to launch a media campaign|
- Who are Boko Haram?
- The group that has claimed responsibility for abducting hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls has long waged a campaign of terror. BBC News takes a look at the leadership, methods, and beliefs of Boko Haram.
- Boko Haram "to sell" abducted girls
- Oh no! Be afraid, very afraid! The Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram says it will "sell" the hundreds of schoolgirls it abducted three weeks ago.