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August 6, 2018 -- Do Nigerian black lives matter?

Apparently not. 

The far left is obsessed with black lives; but only if their deaths can be exploited to (a) stoke the flames of anti-white racial hatred and (b) advances their cultural Marxism cult. 

Three black children were burned to death by an Islamic hate group in Gasarwa, Nigeria. Two elderly men were also killed. 

The crime occurred in August 3, 2018, reports say. 

Now, let's imagine the crime took place in the USA: Ten trucks filled with white supremacists (a language-loading term concocted by the left to demonize white people) stormed a small black town somewhere in Dixie. The hate group torched the tiny town leading to multiple injuries and five fatalities. 

Would the far left care about those black lives?

While Muslim hate groups are terrorizing people of color globally, the USA and other Western nations welcome them with open arms and access to massive welfare benefits while eviscerating white people for this "racist" past. 

From AFP via ▼

KANO: At least five people were killed and a village razed in an attack by Boko Haram jihadists in the northern Nigerian Borno state, militia fighting the Islamists told AFP Saturday.

Arriving in 10 trucks, the Boko Haram fighters stormed the village of Gasarwa near the garrison town of Monguno late Friday, setting homes on fire.

"Five people were killed in the arson, they included two elderly men and three children," Babakura Kolo, a militia leader in the Borno state capital Maiduguri said.

Militia defending the village said they were outnumbered and outgunned.

Militia member Ibrahim Liman said the Boko Haram attackers watched food supplies and livestock burn in the fire but made no attempt to loot.

It was not clear which Boko Haram faction was behind the attacks, but jihadists loyal to IS-affiliated Abu Mus'ab Al-Barnawi are known to operate in the area.

Boko Haram has intensified its armed campaign in recent weeks, especially against military targets in which dozens of troops were believed to have been killed or gone missing.



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