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The western world’s response to the recent terror attacks in France, in comparison with the response to the Boko Haram Baga massacre of 2000 reportedly killed has led to a heated debate.
CNN military analyst, Maj. Gen. James “Spider” Marks recently revealed a controversial perspective on the matter.
According to him, the United States has the capability to root out Boko Haram but it’s not a priority. He also stated that Black West Africa is not a priority. He goes on to state that if Boko Haram were in some other region of the world perhaps in “White Africa” (North Africa) or in the Middle East, it would cause more alarm.
“Very stark, very hard to say, but that’s the case right now,” he said.
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