AdvisorCamille100 posted a comment · Jun 04, 2021
The simple fact is, she is a beautiful Black African girl who has been taken away and defiled, and not someone else considered of "greater" human value, so no one ever speaks of her in the media. No one cares. If this was an interracial situation, in which black terrorists had kidnapped white European girls and women, and in turn taken their purity away, forcing babies on them- America would have sent out every source of army defenses available; the press would have been as volatile and hostile as possible in its motivative expression and power. But she is just another victim of religion-based hatred, and her being Nigerian and female just takes away her significance. I've cried and I've prayed too, to no avail. The Lord knows how she and millions of other abducted children have and are presently suffering, but what sane answer can be found in all of this? What solution? I find none, nothing- as the NOTHING we have had to give this lovely Christian girl, who has in no way deserved what has happened to her. Even if she is eventually "rescued", she most likely will never be the same person again.
Swkh310 posted a comment · Jun 03, 2021
And where was the president of United States when this atrocity occurred? Why didn’t he speak out? Oh, that’s right, the President of the United States at the time was a blatant racist.
czarpaul posted a comment · Jun 03, 2021
Sad state of affairs that a Twitter hashtag is the millennials greatest weapon. A hashtag got sent around the world and soy boys congratulate themselves while at the same time she is STILL a captive.