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Obama’s Jihad in Nigeria: Backing A “Ruthless Dictator” in Nigeria


Obama’s foreign policy is consistently and frighteningly the same. He stands squarely with the savage jihad. It’s astonishing but not surprising, as I warned of this in my 2010 Obama book, The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America.

This article describing Obama’s perfidy and treachery in Nigeria is devastating. But I submit to you that Obama’s objective is much more malevolent than merely promoting David Axelrod’s Nigerian Muslim client. This is a systematic and very deliberate campaign to deliver Nigeria into the hands of the jihadists, just as Obama has been working to do in Syria, Iran, Egypt, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan and beyond.

It should send shock-waves across the nation, and yet we seem past caring. Media, academia and the culture have made the unthinkable thinkable and the unpalatable acceptable.
Backing Nigerian’s presidential challenger Muchammad Buhari, a “ruthless ex-dictator”  ousted from power in the 80s, is no different from backing Muslim Brotherhood terrorist Morsi in Egypt, Rouhani in Iran, etc.

Buhari supports imposing Sharia, islamic law. And PDP members have questioned why Buhari was picked by Boko Haram as part of the team to have talks with the government of Nigeria in Saudi Arabia.

Obama is a terror.

And the band plays on.

“Boko Haram to Promote Axelrod’s Nigerian Muslim Client,” James Simpson, AIM  —   March 24, 2015

Exclusive to Accuracy in Media 

When the notorious Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, kidnapped 278 school girls from the town of Chibok in northeastern Nigeria last year, Michelle Obama began a Twitter hashtag campaign, #BringBackOurGirls. But behind the scenes, the Obama administration was undermining Nigeria’s efforts to take the battle to the terrorists. Obama refused to sell Nigeria arms and supplies critical to the fight, and stepped in to block other Western allies from doing so. The administration also denied Nigeria intelligence on Boko Haram from drones operating in the area. While Boko Haram was kidnapping school girls, the U.S. cut petroleum purchases from Nigeria to zero, plunging the nation’s economy into turmoil and raising concerns about its ability to fund its battle against the terrorists. Nigeria responded by cancelling a military training agreement between the two countries.

The Nigerian presidential election is coming up Saturday, March 28, 2015. AKPD, the political consulting group founded by Obama confidante David Axelrod, is assisting Retired Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, a Muslim presidential candidate from Muslim-dominated northern Nigeria, where Boko Haram was spawned and wields the most influence. Buhari is well-known throughout the country, having led as “Head-of-State” following a military coup in 1983. He was dislodged following another coup in 1985.

Democracy is a recent phenomenon in Nigeria. With the exception of two short periods from its independence in 1960 to 1966, and the second republic from 1979 to 1983, the country was ruled by a string of military dictatorships between 1966 and 1999.

Under the All Progressives Congress (APC) banner, Buhari is putting up a stiff challenge to the sitting president, Dr. Ebele Goodluck Jonathan who hails from Nigeria’s Christian south. Buhari was also the North’s presidential candidate in the last election held in 2011.

Axelrod is credited as the force behind President Obama’s election victories in 2008 and 2012. He served as Obama’s Senior Advisor until 2011. A well-placed Nigerian interviewed for this report who asked to remain unidentified says that influential Nigerians within and outside the government believe Obama deliberately undermined the war effort and sabotaged the Nigerian economy to make President Jonathan appear weak and ineffectual, and thus bolster the electoral prospects for AKPD’s client, Buhari.

The prominent daily Nigerian Tribune cites an activist group, Move on Nigeria, complaining that the U.S. is fueling tension in Nigeria and has “continued to publicly magnify every challenge of the Nigerian government.”

An anti-Buhari Nigerian blogger writing in the Western Post went further:

In the last year, Nigeria sought aid from the White House for many initiatives, including the fight against Boko Haram.

The Obama administration refused to do anything but play [sic] lip service to Nigeria’s requests. However, it used public and private channels to internationally magnify every failure Nigeria’s government experienced.

In the last year, since the involvement of Axelrod’s firm, relations between the two nations have significantly deteriorated, with the US refusing to sell arms to Nigeria, a significant reduction in the purchase of Nigeria’s oil, and the cancellation of a military training agreement between Nigeria and the USA.

In turn, the Buhari-led Nigerian opposition used the U.S. government’s position as validation for their claim that the Nigerian government was a failure.

Nigerian officials seeking to purchase weapons, especially Cobra attack helicopters, were outraged at Obama’s refusal to allow these transactions. Nigeria’s ambassador to the U.S., Professor Adebowale Adefuye, stated publicly that:

The U.S. government has up till today refused to grant Nigeria’s request to purchase lethal equipment that would have brought down the terrorists within a short time on the basis of the allegations that Nigeria’s defence forces have been violating human rights of Boko Haram suspects when captured or arrested.

We find it difficult to understand how and why, in spite of the U.S. presence in Nigeria, with their sophisticated military technology, Boko Haram should be expanding and becoming more deadly.

Another official quoted in the Nigerian newspaper ThisDay, stated:

The U.S. government has frustrated Nigeria all the way in our war against terrorism despite its public statements in support of Nigeria, as it fights the Boko Haram insurgents in the North-east… They want us to fight Boko Haram with our arms tied to our backs.

They have blocked us from procuring the helicopters and would not provide us with intelligence despite the fact that they have several drones and sophisticated aircraft overflying the North-east of Nigeria from bases in Niger and Chad where the Boko Haram fighters and movements are clearly in their sights.

Retired Col. Abubakar Umar, a former military governor, concluded that the Americans “have decided to turn a blind eye to what is happening in Nigeria.”

Former Head-of-State, Retired Gen. Yakubu Gowon publicly stated last November that America is no friend of Nigeria.

After exhausting all avenues, the Nigerian government finally turned to Russia, China and the black market to obtain needed arms, and as a result has gone aggressively on the offensive against Boko Haram, retaking some 40 towns occupied by the group and killing at least 500 terrorists. According to recent accounts, Boko Haram has gone to ground in the northeastern border regions. But whereas the border states of Niger, Chad, Benin and Cameroon formerly took a hands-off approach, they have now joined in the effort to destroy the group, pledging a total of 8,700 troops. Most recently, Boko Haram has been cleared of its northeastern strongholds in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.

U.S. Excuses

The Obama administration has said it is barred from supplying weapons by the so-called Leahy Amendment which forbids foreign states that have committed “gross human rights violations” from receiving military aid. However this did not stop the U.S. from sending Special Forces to Uganda—another country accused of such violations—to assist in capturing Lord Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony. Nor did it prevent Obama from supporting al Qaeda-linked rebel groups in Libya, who later went on to attack the Benghazi mission, and have now joined ISIS. The Syrian “moderates” the administration claimed to back are also allegedly joining with ISIS.

In fact, Obama supported the Islamic radicals who destabilized states throughout the Middle East, including Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, and did little to prevent Iranian-backed Shiites from overthrowing Yemen—a key ally in the War on Terror. And despite claims that the U.S. “does not negotiate with terrorists,” the administration did so in secret with the Taliban for years, most notoriously over the release of Bowe Bergdahl.

The U.S. State Department is currently negotiating a deal that will enable Iran to obtain the bomb, and it just declared that Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah, are not terrorists. The administration even claims Iran has been an ally in the War on Terror! Finally, Axelrod’s client, Buhari, has been accused of human rights abuses during his time as chief-of-state.

To top it off, Secretary of State John Kerry made a mockery of the administration’s pretext by hinting in January meetings with both Jonathan and Buhari that the Obama administration might allow weapon sales after the election. If the U.S. was so concerned about human rights violations, how could a mere election change that? Given the perception that Buhari has Obama’s implicit support, this sends an unmistakable message.

The administration also rationalized its decision to cut purchases of Nigerian oil by claiming that output from domestic oil fracking has reduced America’s dependence on foreign oil. But that begs the question: why have U.S. oil imports from other nations increased at the same time? Nigeria was formerly among America’s top five oil supplying countries, and America its largest customer. Nigeria relies on oil revenues for 70 percent of its budget. America’s decision to look elsewhere has been catastrophic for Nigeria’s economy.

A Deutsche Bank analyst noted that the decline in Nigeria’s oil sales to America “proceeded much faster than for the U.S.’ other major suppliers,” and concluded that singling Nigeria out this way had to be driven by politics.

Nigeria is not the only country where Obama is using oil as a foreign policy weapon. The U.S. has not renewed its 35-year-old agreement with Israel to provide emergency supplies of oil, despite booming U.S. oil production. The agreement expired in November 2014. At the time, the State Department claimed to be working on renewing the agreement, but has yet to do so.

U.S. Media AWOL

There is not a single article mentioning Axelrod’s assistance to Buhari in any U.S. “mainstream” media outlet. Only the Washington Free Beacon ran a story.

A Google search of “New York Times, Nigeria, Axelrod,” found only one Times article titled Nigerian Soldiers Noticeably Absent in Town Taken from Boko Haram. There was no mention of Axelrod or his relationship to Nigeria’s Muslim candidate, Buhari. Rather, it criticized Nigeria’s participation in the recent multi-country effort to remove Boko Haram from its northeastern Nigerian holdouts, quoting Chadian foreign minister, Moussa Faki Mahamat, who said, “The Nigerian Army has not succeeded in facing up to Boko Haram.”

There are however, many flattering articles about Axelrod, like the Times review of his book, Believer.

NBC News reported on the oil issue, quoting Peter Pham, the Atlantic Council’s director of its Africa Program, who characterized it as “a sea change in [Nigeria’s] relations with the United States, a sea change in its geopolitical position in the world.”

NBC also noted Nigerian ambassador Adefuye’s complaint about U.S. refusal to provide weapons to Nigeria, and how both issues impacted Nigeria’s ability to fight Boko Haram—but there was no mention of Axelrod’s assistance to Buhari.

Buhari Connected to Boko Haram?

Boko Haram is a virulently anti-Western Islamist movement. Its name, roughly translated, means “fake education is forbidden,” but in practice the term “fake” refers to Western education. It was founded in 2002 by Mohammed Yusuf, a Salafist preacher who created a school to provide an Islamic alternative to Westernized schools. Over time it became a recruiting tool for Boko Haram fighters. The group envisions creating an Islamic caliphate throughout Africa. Yusuf was killed by police in a 2009 uprising, and was replaced by Abubakar Shekau, who recently pledged the group’s alliance with ISIS. Let’s review just what kind of monsters these Boko Haram terrorists are:

Certain Buhari supporters such as Ango Abdullahi of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), have been accused of tacitly supporting Boko Haram, and Jonathan’s Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has linked Buhari himself with the terrorists. The alleged connection however, is an open question. In 2013, Buhari protested a government crackdown on the group. In 2012, Boko Haram nominated Buhari as one of six mediators in negotiations with the government over a proposed ceasefire. In 2001, Buhari expressed his desire to see Nigeria ruled by Sharia law, saying:

I will continue to show openly and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping all over Nigeria… God willing, we will not stop the agitation for the total implementation of the Sharia in the country.

However, Boko Haram attempted to assassinate Buhari last year in a suicide bomb attack that killed 82. More recently, the group called both him and Jonathan “Infidels.” For his part, Buhari called the group “bigots masquerading as Muslims.” Buhari also ruthlessly suppressed a similar group, the Maitatsine, during his time as military head-of-state. Buhari’s vice-presidential running mate is a Pentecostal pastor from the south. Similarly, Jonathan picked a Muslim from the north as his number two.

But much violence has surrounded Buhari’s past efforts. Nigeria has a practice of alternating northern and southern rule called zoning. In the 2011 election, Jonathan was president, having ascended from the vice presidency in 2010 following the death of President Umaru Yar’Adau, a northerner. Some Northern politicians believed that Buhari should have assumed the presidency in 2011.

Abdullahi and others, at that time, threatened violence if Buhari wasn’t elected. Buhari himself refused to condemn violence. This was universally interpreted as encouragement from Buhari. Within hours of Jonathan’s election—what was believed to be one of Nigeria’s historically fairest—Buhari’s Muslim supporters took to the streets, attacking Jonathan supporters with machetes and knives. Following Jonathan’s inauguration, Boko Haram launched a wave of bombings, killing and wounding dozens. An estimated 800 people died in the post-election violence in the Muslim north.

A prominent Nigerian deputy governor, Tele Ikuru, who recently abandoned the APC to join Jonathan’s PDP, called the APC “a party of rebels, insurgents and anarchists, clothed in the robes of pretence and deceit.”

Embarrassed by the kidnapping and the perceived association between Buhari’s supporters and Boko Haram, AKPD claimed that they discontinued work for Buhari in early 2014. However, The Washington Free Beacon has unearthed emails showing that they continued to quietly aid APC into at least January of this year.

Their campaign appears to have been successful. While Nigerian election polls are conflicting, the most recent one projects Buhari the winner by a wide margin. Not surprisingly, the reasons cited for Jonathan’s unpopularity include the perception that he is weak and ineffectual against Boko Haram, and that the economy is in a sorry state. Nigerians have taken to calling the president “Bad Luck” Jonathan.

Nigeria’s Critical Role and U.S. Policy Failures

Most Americans are unaware of the critical role Nigeria plays in African politics. In addition to being Africa’s largest oil producer, Nigeria is also the continent’s most populous nation, with an estimated 162 million people, and is home to approximately 12.5 percent of the world’s total black population. Additionally, Nigerian Americans are very productive and well represented in the fields of medicine, sports, engineering, and academics. Annual remittances are $21 billion, with America providing the largest proportion. It is ironic at best that America’s so-called “first black president” is alienating such a nation, especially given its powerful influence throughout Africa.

Because of Obama, America is losing allies the world over. Despite his so-called outreach to “the Muslim world,” the few Muslim allies America has are calling him out. For example, observe the unprecedented spectacle of Arabs cheering Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before the U.S. Congress. Columnist Dr. Ahmad Al-Faraj of the Saudi daily newspaper Al-Jazirah, called Obama “the worst president in American history.” The only Muslims Obama seems to like are those who hate America, and he is going out of his way to court them, come what may.

  • Granada1492

    Islam and Obama and their apologists/allies/agenda grow more despicable every day.

  • Guest

    How much more proof is needed before treason charges are brought ?

    • SubSumeYou

      What are the military WAITING FOR?!?

    • Marco

      He will never be tried and if he should be every black in America would start rioting and burn this country to the ground. He is a blatant traitor. He wants to hand this country to the jihadis and help facilitate the rest of the world being handed over. He is pure evil.

      • Laura

        But why do his white subordinates carry out his orders?

        • CrystalDawn0603

          White guilt.

        • jon wright

          leftist sycophants!

      • Mizzou

        What is wrong with some of you people? Most of you sound brain damaged

        • jon wright

          that confirms what Fox news found. About 45% (?) are morons

    • jon wright

      why the hell do people not refer to him as a Muzzlem/marxist. Never saw it in any of the Media. I realize they are leftists and so favour their leader. Is there no one with balls to tell the truth?

  • cmh

    Fantastic article. Always thorough and top notch.

  • tommy mc donnell

    there is a political alliance between islam and Marxism. Obama the Marxist will always side with the most extreme islamist.

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  • Guest

    Senator highlights Clinton ties to nigerian donor who gave her millions.

    Is this why Clinton would not label boko haram a terrorist group ?

    • jon wright

      Hah! the clints. are liars,and deceitful. Hope U all dont vote for her. UR finishing with 1 hopeless Pres. please, not another one.

  • Darrell Standing
    At this point … this may be the only hope for America and the rest of the civilized world! We could always rebuild it … this time in the heartland of the country!

  • NJK

    Why is no one stopping him? He, Axelrod, and the rest are committing treason. Isn’t there some other remedy besides a useless congress to do this?

  • PI by Nature

    The USA has been burned by the other option. Goodluck Jonathan has been given chance after chance to demonstrate that he can be trusted with American funds, and he has demonstrated time and time again that he can not only not be trusted to fight Boko Haram, but that he doesn’t have a brain to even formulate a strategy to fight Boko Haram. About the only positive that Jonathan can claim to have is that he’s a Christian. One is best looking for another country through whom to fund a fight against Boko Haram. The only country I would trust in sub-Saharan Africa to lead that fight is Kenya. Jonathan has run out of chances.

    • Ifeanyi

      Did you just come out of a cave, how informed are u about the Boko Haram issue?
      When did u last hear of an attack byy the blood sucking demons after Jonathan bought arms from Russia and China?
      Get ur facts right dude.

      • PI by Nature

        Very informed. As for the attacks…some have happened this year. I know my facts…you need to check yours.

        • Ifeanyi

          I agree some have happened this year, but not since Nigeria bought arms from China and Russia, they are actually calling for a truce now.

  • Old Chappy

    BHO…blood on his hands, here’s hoping his time comes, and the God of God’s will deal with him.

  • Lia

    Same questions: 1. if Judas needed the complicity of the priests for his betrayal, who are Mr Obama’s priests? He cannot & does not do these treasonous things on his own. 2. The USA is a big, strong country, with a Senate & Congress, laws and lawyers who know those laws. Why is nobody forcing Mr Obama into impeachment/resignation/ leaving the WH?

  • Ifeanyi

    I have been singing and writing the same, yet Nigerians are so dumb not to read the writing on the wall, Obama is no friend to Nigeria, i wish Putin would form a more lasting relationship with Nigeria, but on the other hand, he doesn’t know he is only making the American people have more enemies.
    We wish him well and pray the American people get off this man’s grip ASAP. i thought he was a good man, i supported his campaign, now i know better.

  • CrystalDawn0603

    This does make me feel better about Goodluck Jonathan. I believed that he was incapable of fighting Boko Haram, but I know now, thanks to this article, that it’s the U.S.’ fault for not backing him. Obama is the cause of the problems the world over, because he refuses to act. Or acts for the wrong (terrorist) party.

  • Gaganaogwu

    Dear Pamela, Mitchelle Obama DID NOT BEGIN THE #BringBackOurGirls. Local activists groups started that campaign and Mrs. Obama merely joined the campaign after about 2 months

  • Gaganaogwu


    With less than 24 hours to the elections here, I wish I could give a detailed briefing of the TRUE STATE OF AFFAIRS HERE AWAY FROM THE MAINSTREAM PROPAGANDA.

    What I can do now is to give you weblinks to read and think for yourself what the underlying currents are. I wish things were as simple as presented and the solutions easy as well BUT THEY HAVE NOT ALWAYS BEEN SIMPLE AND EASY.


    PDP = President Jonathan’s party

    Gen. Owoeye Azazi = Former President Jonathan’s National Security Adviser. A no nonsense thorough bred professional from same Ijaw ethnic stock as President Jonathan. Gen. Azazi was fired by President Jonathan after this “expose” and was killed later in an “Helicopter Crash”


  • Ibidapo

    It’s just unfortunate that people don’t see the handwriting on the wall. The rise of evil well packaged and accepted. It will be too late by the time regrets set in.

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