[ExI] beheadings etc.
rafal.smigrodzki at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 01:48:13 UTC 2015
On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 12:23 PM, Anders Sandberg <anders at aleph.se> wrote:
> I am no expert, but BH is very much a response to Nigeria's rich south
> ignoring the poor north: it could have turned into normal
> guerilla/rebellion, but now it took on religious angle since the
> north-south divide is also a religious divide. Rather than adding
> anti-western sentiments in the socialist mode, it settled on a religious
> mode (hence the name - to BH education is a weapon of cultural assimilation
> used by the south and the West). Maybe there is also Salafist foreign aid,
> I don't know. So a first issue that needs to be addressed is what the
> Nigerian government is doing with the oil money - it might be necessary to
> start squeezing them on corruption and the need to include the whole
> country. This won't stop BH directly, but handled well it might deprive it
> of the core driver, and make more people willing to resist. Most likely the
> only proper solution is for Nigeria to actually get its governance act
> together and construct a working police and military.
### Or, maybe .... break the country up!
Drop the poor south. Set up a good border, slaughter those who cross it.
Good, old methods that work.
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