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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by willybaby(m): 6:29am On Sep 21
Sizzorkay:
So your idea of someone who haven't being convicted of a crime being labeled a "Suspect" is new to you? Okay.
And suspects do kill people, is that a new thing? what villagers overpowered security force, stop making excuses, i watched the video.
Anyone arrested for commiting a crime is called a Suspect, only after conviction does that changes. I'm sure you know this.
But hey, carry on with una jungle justice, that will make Nigeria safer I'm sure.
I wonder how many innocent people will die in return.
It's like we fail to learn, acts of brutality from both sides only prolong the sufferings of the civilian population, this is why these criminals never show mercy, because right from time, you catch a thief, you burn them to death, then you wonder why they kill people after robbing them.
How long do you think this will go on for? Good luck to naija i guess, all good.

exactly, I stand with you on this, anybody happy enough to kill a Boko haram, bandit , ESN suspect is worse than the 3 vermin group combine, we should never ever allow ourselves become savages.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Xbee007(m): 6:45am On Sep 21
bidexiii:



My sincere apologies @NafeesaAA smiley
You can edit the post and insert her username. That should fix it.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Rich4god(m): 7:03am On Sep 21
willybaby:
what are you even saying, first of all how certain are you we have just one female in the house and secondly if so how is she been discriminated, have Bidexii or anybody else passed a law that females should not contribute at so and so time, or that female thread members should greet the males every morning b4 visiting the thread.
And sir if by chance you referring to valkerie am more shocked with your statement because she stands gallantly and is well respected in this thread

I guess she was just been sarcastic.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Rich4god(m): 7:09am On Sep 21
willybaby:
exactly, I stand with you on this, anybody happy enough to kill a Boko haram, bandit , ESN suspect is worse than the 3 vermin group combine, we should never ever allow ourselves become savages.

How.... Do you knw the evil these guys commit?

Have you ever been kidnapped by bandits, or do you knw someone who as kidnapped by bandits?

Have you ever been in a town around north east and Boko boys attacks or do you knw any survivor who have told you his story.

Guy, the activities of these guys brought out the best inside most people around villages.

One of my direct friend was among the kanti kwari men that was kidnapped some months back, I have a priest friend who was kidnapped also.

You need to hear how ruthless these guys are.

I live in the north, in one of the states that bandits are active.
The way bandits operate, anyone found wandering around their camp and is not a victim of kidnapp, then that person is either a bandit, a supplier or a gun runner and so deserve the jungle justice.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Toju200(m): 7:14am On Sep 21
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Tobiloba24072: 7:27am On Sep 21
Rich4god:


How.... Do you knw the evil these guys commit?

Have you ever been kidnapped by bandits, or do you knw someone who as kidnapped by bandits?

Have you ever been in a town around north east and Boko boys attacks or do you knw any survivor who have told you his story.

Guy, the activities of these guys brought out the best inside most people around villages.

One of my direct friend was among the kanti kwari men that was kidnapped some months back, I have a priest friend who was kidnapped also.

You need to hear how ruthless these guys are.

I live in the north, in one of the states that bandits are active.
The way bandits operate, anyone found wandering around their camp and is not a victim of kidnapp, then that person is either a bandit, a supplier or a gun runner and so deserve the jungle justice.

Killing them is too fair, they should turn them to a colony of one hands and legs, while the men among them should be sterilized.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Tobiloba24072: 7:31am On Sep 21
bidexiii:



My sincere apologies @NafeesaAA smiley


Keep still everywhere, kai who is that bastard shaking there, keep still for Hajia Nafeessa...
RSM , 3 weeks duty for that gentleman there for breathing.

I really don't like police, but I have a feeling you would have a sweet personality, can we get to know each other better?
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by mekussa(m): 7:37am On Sep 21
Tobiloba24072:



Keep still everywhere, kai who is that bastard shaking there, keep still for Hajia Nafeessa...
RSM , 3 weeks duty for that gentleman there for breathing.

I really don't like police, but I have a feeling you would have a sweet personality, can we get to know each other better?

The last paragraph..... Real smooth..... Lines From back in the days.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by mekussa(m): 7:40am On Sep 21
PRESENT IN 2002.
Thanks to everyone who have made this addiction possible. Hope we see in 2,500..... Then....3,000

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Oladeligt: 8:03am On Sep 21
mekussa:
PRESENT IN 2002.
Thanks to everyone who have made this addiction possible. Hope we see in 2,500..... Then....3,000
Madmaxe esque grin grin grin

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by EricBraven: 8:27am On Sep 21
I understand the point sizzaokay is making. Jungle Justice is bad and it occurs because our emotions have overwhelmed critical thinking. The same way someone will justify the burning of armed robbers, pick pocket and many more. Just because they feel they have caused them emotional pain and physical distress. It is also important to note that sometime it may be false accusation, which cannot be confirmed or investigated. But again the disbelief in the Justice system and loopholes everywhere in our constitution has made some people decide that Justice can't be found in our judiciary system,same way some people use the saying Justice delayed is Justice denied.
Jungle Justice only makes one barbaric

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Rich4god(m): 8:45am On Sep 21
EricBraven:
I understand the point sizzaokay is making. Jungle Justice is bad and it occurs because our emotions have overwhelmed critical thinking. The same way someone will justify the burning of armed robbers, pick pocket and many more. Just because they feel they have caused them emotional pain and physical distress. It is also important to note that sometime it may be false accusation, which cannot be confirmed or investigated. But again the disbelief in the Justice system and loopholes everywhere in our constitution has made some people decide that Justice can't be found in our judiciary system,same way some people use the saying Justice delayed is Justice denied.
Jungle Justice only makes one barbaric

Me am in no way in support of jungle justice, but these bandits deserve much more than jungle justice. Do you knw in some villages in Katsina/Zamfara, bandits will break into people's home, take their wife and daughters just to be raping them.

Under their territory, if you go to farm without their permission or paying them, they kill you and destroy the farm.

If you are getting married or organising any ceremony, and you didn't settle them, they come and interrupt and kill people.

Around their camps, it's only those associated with them that comes in their...

So any bloody person found around their and the person is not a victim, then he or she is an associate and deserve JJ.

Take a look at the news from Sokoto where the locals stormed a police station just to get to the bandits.

You think that have been the way of life of the locals before.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Rich4god(m): 8:50am On Sep 21
Guys... Take a look at this thread...

https://www.nairaland.com/6763279/boko-haram-release-video-soldiers#106009977


cc: Dubailandlord

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Fynline(m): 9:07am On Sep 21
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 9:22am On Sep 21
Xbee007:

You can edit the post and insert her username. That should fix it.

Okay
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 9:24am On Sep 21
bidexiii:
Guys BATTLEFIELD DISCUSSION THREAD has officially attained 2000 pages.
Thanks for the contribution and constructive criticism over the years.
I'll want to take my time to mention some few folks that over the years there contribution has been so immense !
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Guys the list is endless and please if your name is not on the list don't be offended. @Jakeporoshenko if you're reading this, please we miss your photos and contribution.


@NafeesaAA, it's fixed already cheesy

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 9:27am On Sep 21
Rich4god:
Guys... Take a look at this thread...

https://www.nairaland.com/6763279/boko-haram-release-video-soldiers#106009977


cc: Dubailandlord


Look at how close this bastard's got to !
Until when we make MRAP's/ IFV our standards for transporting troops this type of shit will continue to happen.
R.I.P to this gallant men.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by MAN1960: 10:43am On Sep 21
Valkrie:


Nigeria is a nation of criminals and thugs...simple...!!

You dey made
God punish your mama for giving birth to you.
Such a fool

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Geronimoe: 11:09am On Sep 21
Tobiloba24072:



Keep still everywhere, kai who is that bastard shaking there, keep still for Hajia Nafeessa...
RSM , 3 weeks duty for that gentleman there for breathing.

I really don't like police, but I have a feeling you would have a sweet personality, can we get to know each other better?


Soldier man and kpekus, 5&6. Can somebody please help me with that Jacob Zuma meme?
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by EricBraven: 11:22am On Sep 21
Geronimoe:



Soldier man and kpekus, 5&6. Can somebody please help me with that Jacob Zuma meme?
Are you assuming
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Valkrie: 11:47am On Sep 21
MAN1960:


You dey made
God punish your mama for giving birth to you.
Such a fool

Oga...Park well and face front....only truth hit people this hard....if you vex...go and hug transformer you bloody goat....!!!

You just registered account two days back and begin insulting people today....you are obviously very stupid....!! Who even give you phone and data sef....!!!? Bloody pig....!!!

If you don't like what I write then simply go fork yourself...nonsense....!!!
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Marquee8: 11:53am On Sep 21
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by WoeBetide666: 12:05pm On Sep 21
Valkrie:


Oga...Park well and face front....only truth hit people this hard....if you vex...go and hug transformer you bloody goat....!!!

You just registered account two days back and begin insulting people today....you are obviously very stupid....!! Who even give you phone and data sef....!!!? Bloody pig....!!!

If you don't like what I write then simply go fork yourself...nonsense....!!!

You're an idiot. You're the one who should hug transformer, quite frankly. When you're talking about a nation of criminals i hope your father and your entire lineage, those unborn too are included. An-ywa

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Gireiboy(m): 12:27pm On Sep 21
PROVERBZ:
lol I feel like isreal has Egypt's nude pictures.
Egypt used to be aggressive to isreal but since after the war they've been very Melo.
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Gireiboy(m): 12:28pm On Sep 21
PROVERBZ:
lol I feel like isreal has Egypt's nude pictures.
Egypt used to be aggressive to isreal but since after the war they've been very Melo.
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 1:09pm On Sep 21
Nigeria's military campaign against criminal gangs in the northwest is pushing them into neighbouring regions as a result of a telecom shutdown and a squeeze on fuel and food supplies, local residents and officials said.

Hundreds of troops backed by fighter jets began the offensive in early September in Zamfara State against gunmen responsible for a surge in mass abductions and attacks in the northwest.

The offensive and official telecoms blackout in Zamfara is the largest recent operation against the gangs, known locally as bandits, who for years have looted villages and kidnapped for ransom.

Zamfara and other states also imposed a raft of restrictions including a ban on sales of petrol in jerry cans and limits on cattle movement and on the opening hours of local markets as a way to curtail supplies to bandits.

But as pressure builds in Zamfara, residents of villages in neighbouring Katsina and Kaduna states reported an influx of gunmen fleeing Zamfara into their communities, raising fears of attacks.

Fleeing bandits have set up illegal checkpoints along highways in Katsina State near the border with Zamfara, robbing haulage trucks of food and siphoning fuel from vehicles, according to locals.

"In the last few days we have witnessed increased presence of armed bandits on motorcycles in our area," said Ashiru Bawa, a resident in Kankara district.

"The food and fuel cut is seriously affecting them."

Local newspapers reported Zamfara bandits have been running out of food supplies and even asking for food as ransom from families of hostages instead of the cash they usually demand.

Authorities in Katsina have also cut telecom signals in about half of its 34 districts on the border with Zamfara. Sokoto State followed on Sunday, cutting mobile service in some areas.

The telecoms blackout is aimed at disrupting communications between bandits and their informants to help keep army movements secret.

But the shutdown also makes it difficult for residents to alert security personnel, said Bawa, who travelled to the state capital Katsina, 120 kilometres (75 miles) away, to make calls.

The bandits have not harmed motorists but fear is mounting that they could start attacks once they "regain their strength", Bawa said.

Nigeria has launched military campaigns against bandits in the northwest before and even sought amnesty deals to coax them to abandon hideouts deep in the region's vast forests.

But most of those operations and peace deals have failed or only temporarily halted criminal gangs.

- Arms cache, attacks -

Residents of Giwa district in neighbouring Kaduna State also said bandits from Zamfara have been moving into the area and occupying two villages.

Scores of gunmen on motorcycles invaded the Saulawa and Damari farming villages, prompting residents to evacuate their families to other areas.

"They (bandits) have been coming in mostly on foot, looking hungry and distraught, and heading deep inside the forest," said Husseini Ibrahim, a resident of Udawa in Birnin Gwari district.

Ibrahim said some of the gunmen in Saulawa and Damari were preaching to locals, which he said suggested links to the Ansaru jihadists known to operate in the forests.

Nigeria's bandit gangs have no ideological leaning and are motivated by financial gains. But there have been signs of their infiltration by jihadists waging a 12-year insurgency in the northeast.

Last year police said they killed more than 250 members of Ansaru, an Al-Qaeda-affiliated group which split from Boko Haram in 2012, in Birnin Gwari area.

"The bandits are being chased out of Zamfara and trooping to Birnin Gwari and the security forces don't pursue them," said Birnin Gwari resident Ahmed Isah.

"They should coordinate the operation with neighbouring states to block all escape routes if they are to crush the bandits, otherwise the Zamfara operation will only make them change locations."

Authorities in Kaduna have reported an increase in bandit attacks in remote areas of the state.

"Several residents were reported to have lost their lives", Samuel Aruwan, Kaduna state security commissioner said.

Authorities in Adamawa state in the northeast have also raised concern about bandits escaping Zamfara to a mountainous region in Maiha district on the border with Cameroon.

"Some bandits who escaped from Zamfara are fleeing to Sagal mountains which has been a bandit enclave due to its difficult terrain," Idi Amin, political head of Adamawa's Maiha district told AFP.

Troops aided by local vigilantes raided the hideout of a bandit from Zamfara and recovered a cache of weapons including hand and rocket-propelled grenades, Amin said.

But the fleeing bandit, named Haruna "managed to escape" with his men, he said.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 1:25pm On Sep 21
i want them all decimated too. but if we are gonna do things like this, we can atleast be creative about it and not make it so obvious. but I'd rather we follow the process in place. those guys were detained, unarmed and already at the back of a pickup truck, then somehow ended up dead and burnt. That's not the way.
Funny how Nigerians want a better Nigeria yet tolerate savagery on both sides. That will never bring progress.
We need to act based on laws and discipline, not emotions. And those in Authority should never lose suspects in their custody and those suspects all end up dead. In any serious country those soldiers will be facing charges.
Take emotion out of it, what just happened is illegal and a crime. That is a fact. I'd rather see a judge sentence them to death, but like someone said, most Nigerians have no hope or trust in the system. Oh well

Tobiloba24072:


Killing them is too fair, they should turn them to a colony of one hands and legs, while the men among them should be sterilized.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Tobiloba24072: 2:07pm On Sep 21
Sizzorkay:
i want them all decimated too. but if we are gonna do things like this, we can atleast be creative about it and not make it so obvious. but I'd rather we follow the process in place. those guys were detained, unarmed and already at the back of a pickup truck, then somehow ended up dead and burnt. That's not the way.
Funny how Nigerians want a better Nigeria yet tolerate savagery on both sides. That will never bring progress.
We need to act based on laws and discipline, not emotions. And those in Authority should never lose suspects in their custody and those suspects all end up dead. In any serious country those soldiers will be facing charges.
Take emotion out of it, what just happened is illegal and a crime. That is a fact. I'd rather see a judge sentence them to death, but like someone said, most Nigerians have no hope or trust in the system. Oh well



Lol, what's the highest form of oppression and terror, you have witnessed?

I have seen, a pregnant woman cut open while she was alive, and the foetus removed.
Any armed bandit I catch better have a poisoned pill, what they will witness happening to the select few I pick to display savagery, will give the rest heart attack .

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 3:18pm On Sep 21
and you still don't get the point. so what you are also justifying is you committing murder by taking laws into your own hands. unless it's in self defense, no civilian should kill. but obviously you don't get that. no one is denying the atrocities committed by these low lives.
but no point arguing. In a few decades some of you guys will understand the meaning of law and order. na only savagery and chaos some understand to date. good luck with it.

Tobiloba24072:



Lol, what's the highest form of oppression and terror, you have witnessed?

I have seen, a pregnant woman cut open while she was alive, and the foetus removed.
Any armed bandit I catch better have a poisoned pill, what they will witness happening to the select few I pick to display savagery, will give the rest heart attack .

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Chidexter(m): 3:24pm On Sep 21
bidexiii:



Look at how close this bastard's got to !
Until when we make MRAP's/ IFV our standards for transporting troops this type of shit will continue to happen.
R.I.P to this gallant men.

This is insane. Drones should be used in conjunction with troop movement. How hard can it be

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Tobiloba24072: 4:12pm On Sep 21
Sizzorkay:
and you still don't get the point. so what you are also justifying is you committing murder by taking laws into your own hands. unless it's in self defense, no civilian should kill. but obviously you don't get that. no one is denying the atrocities committed by these low lives.
but no point arguing. In a few decades some of you guys will understand the meaning of law and order. na only savagery and chaos some understand to date. good luck with it.


It those idiots, believed such bad things could happen to them, they wouldn't have gone that way initially....I'm changing the narrative for them.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 4:25pm On Sep 21
okay sir.
imagine a scenario (I've seen lots of videos about this) where a woman is accused of stealing from her boss, she then got stripped naked, sexually assaulted, beat up etc, but the victim has now become a perpetrator, you have assault, you have kidnapping, and sexual assault to name a few. So they committed a bigger crime just to punish someone for a lesser crime.
Nigeria's society is a product of bad governance and vice versa. if those at the top do their job right, you wouldn't think they way you do. but since govt is useless, citizens have no choice but to take matters into their own hands.
What you have is then a lawless society. And that's what Nigeria is

Tobiloba24072:


It those idiots, believed such bad things could happen to them, they wouldn't have gone that way initially....I'm changing the narrative for them.

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