Sunday, May 11, 2014

I Guess If It Makes Them Feel Good

I suppose this makes the protestors feel good even though it means absoutley nothing.
From the Chicago Tribune:Hundreds of Chicago-area activists and parents, some with personal ties to Nigeria, rallied Saturday in the Loop to offer support and a voice for more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped last month in the African country.
Shouting "Bring back our girls!" and holding up signs featuring the names of some of the captured girls – among them Aisha, Talata, Saraya, Rebecca – rally attendees called for more action to find the girls and to prevent another similar terrorist act.
"We need to get together and show terrorists we're going to stand as one against them," said Lande Sanusi, 43, of north suburban Wauconda, who said she is Nigerian-American and helped organize the gathering and march that began at the Richard J. Daley Center downtown.
The government of Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has faced criticism for its slow response since militant group Boko Haram stormed a secondary school April 14 in the village of Chibok and kidnapped the girls, who were taking exams. Fifty have escaped but more than 200 remain with insurgents. Earlier this month a Boko Haram leader threatened to sell the girls "in the market.",0,6944352.story
And exactly how many those at the rally are willing to go to Nigeria to help fight against the terrorists and the radical Islamic terrorists.
How many of those at the rally condemned this kind of Islam?
Jesse Jackson spoke at the rally.  Will he go to Nigeria and try to bring freedom to these girls?
How many of those at the rally were there becuae there were TV cameras there?
The answers of course are 0, 0, almost everyone and hell no, especially if there are no TV cameras around.

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