It is not known if this is one of the Christian girls who was kidnapped last month by the jihadist group Boko Haram, but the source of the video, ClickAfrica, writes, “From the video, this young girl is in the attire of the kidnapped Chibok girls with Boko Haram for a month. Now she is buried alive leaving [only] her head out to breath[e] before she is stoned to death”
Obama administration says, Boko Haram has “legitimate concerns.”
Boko Haram Bury and Stone Chibok Girls to Death.
People need to see this. The Western mind refuses to see what is front of them. Shielding them from the horrors of Islamic law will not save us, it will destroy us.
Eisenhower insisted that the death camps be photographed and filmed, because it was not to be believed. So, too, is the savagery of Islamic jihad.
People need to see this the same way people needed to see the walking skeletons of the Nazi death camps, the mounds of skulls in Cambodia and the crucified girls of Armenia. Armaros, who sent me the link, lamented:
“Until people realize what this is and how vile this is they will never understand it. The media covers this up. Telling the story is not the same as seeing it like this.
“This is beyond everything that I could ever imagine. The sheer banality and the celebration of such cruelty makes one realize that the world never learns. Evil is persistent and evil always is defended by the stupid, the naive and the deniers.”
A is A. — Aristotle.
“Thinking is man’s only basic virtue, from which all the others proceed. And his basic vice, the source of all his evils, is that nameless act which all of you practice, but struggle never to admit: the act of blanking out, the willful suspension of one’s consciousness, the refusal to think—not blindness, but the refusal to see; not ignorance, but the refusal to know. It is the act of unfocusing your mind and inducing an inner fog to escape the responsibility of judgment—on the unstated premise that a thing will not exist if only you refuse to identify it, that A will not be A so long as you do not pronounce the verdict “It is.” — Ayn Rand