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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:14pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.


Nairaland known for turning an intelligent argument into an afternoon high school fight. Insulting someone is never part of a truly intelligent argument. Insults only say that you have nothing better to say about the topic of argument and so have commenced attacking the person instead of the topic. You need only present your point of view from a position of strength; that's for those quoting and insulting the gentleman for making a valid point.

I totally agree with you on AI being an hypocrite and US getting away with murder all in the name of fighting terror. As a matter of fact world politics goes beyond what we see or read on main stream media. I wish some our Nigerian youths would pick up an history book to truly be able to argue and counter an argument constructively based on facts.

And no I am not defending the Nigerian Army they have a problem of being too high handed in ways they handle conflict resolution. They are always too quick to shoot first and ask questions later. So instead of resolving they only succeed in exacerbating the issue.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Blue3k(m): 1:16pm On Jun 16, 2017
Then you guys cry when USA says they don't want to sell you weapons.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 1:23pm On Jun 16, 2017
Jolar101:
Nigeria security agencies are terrorists in government uniforms.

True talk.

They are legal terrorists
backed by law and funded by government.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by enemybulldozer(m): 1:24pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
Inconsequential goon ranting on NL grin grin grin Go and say this to AI or those US senators​ that stopped the sales of fighter jets to the zoo tongue tongue tongue

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by pureorganic: 1:28pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend
YOU ARE ONLY IMPLICATING THE NIGERIAN ARMY THE MORE WITH YOUR BLIND ARGUMENTS.

HOW OLD ARE YOU SEF

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by comrChris(m): 1:32pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Stop all this sentimental rants and call a spade a spade. Did IPOB became violent by burning trucks and mosques? YES

Did IPOB incite the Igbo's to hate other Nigerians? YES

Did IPOB disrepected nigerians by calling our country a zoo? YES

Did IPOB call Buhari a sitting president a pedophile and a terrorist? YES


Do you expect the army and police not to kill such renegades? The army did a good job. Blame Nnamdi Kanu for your predicaments
so many insane persons in this country, what baffles me most is how this kind of people get access to the internet..

Sorry mediunstout or whatever you call yourself if you contiue like this your end is near

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:33pm On Jun 16, 2017
The main problem facing Nigeria is corruption born out of tribalism and religious sentiments. Just imagine yourself being watched and intimidated by a whole community because you do not belong even though you are born and raised there. The brainwashing in this country is too extreme and I believe our officer are well equipped and learned enough to manage it. So this one that ICC is saying to me looks fishy. I don't and will never support extra judicial killings and I think that the Nigerian government should handle this one.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Karlman: 1:35pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend
...such a pity you had to inherit this insanity....its even worst you would be passing it over to another things like you.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Henri8: 1:35pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
The stupidity oozing from your post is nauseating.
Provide us with evidence of such burnings and destruction of dangote trucks and mosques and businesses looted.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Henri8: 1:36pm On Jun 16, 2017
Pilate2016:
You thought you made sense abi? No wonder u answer "medium stout". Nigerian Army killed unarmed protesters simple.
His reasoning is below medium.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Pain(m): 1:38pm On Jun 16, 2017
Unfortunately, @MediumStout has made more sense that most of the goons attacking him on this thread. undecided
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Henri8: 1:39pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Nigeria will also retaliate by denying them visas. Tit for tat. The army did a good job on IPOB and shiites
Deny visa to who? You just be medium stout for nothing.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Henri8: 1:41pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend
If not that you are stupid, you would know that you don't strategize to destabilize any organization in the open not to talk of an open field.
Go buy sense abeg.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Henri8: 1:43pm On Jun 16, 2017
QueenOfNepal:
Now Stupidity has gotten a new definition
Stupidity is now called "mediumStout".

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by pureorganic: 1:46pm On Jun 16, 2017
Pain:
Unfortunately, @MediumStout has made more sense that most of the goons attacking him on this thread. undecided
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MAD MAN WHO THROW STONES TO PEOPLE AND THE PERSON SUPPLYING HIM WITH STONES?

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:51pm On Jun 16, 2017
isalie:
Since Nigeria is also a member of the International community and a sovereign country it is wrong for ICC probably backed by the United States to engage and try to intimidate it's military (defense mechanism) like this...
I think there's a need for Donald Trump and the ICC to review their approach towards the Nigerian government and Nigeria which is also a Republic just like American.
A free and fair deal is the way forward. IMO
Its also wrong when you act as an animal.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 1:52pm On Jun 16, 2017
Henri8:

Deny visa to who? You just be medium stout for nothing.


Talking to you is like talking to a goat
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:52pm On Jun 16, 2017
Blue3k:
Then you guys cry when USA says they don't want to sell you weapons.
can't Confirm That.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 1:53pm On Jun 16, 2017
Rainmania:



Nairaland known for turning an intelligent argument into an afternoon high school fight. Insulting someone is never part of a truly intelligent argument. Insults only say that you have nothing better to say about the topic of argument and so have commenced attacking the person instead of the topic. You need only present your point of view from a position of strength; that's for those quoting and insulting the gentleman for making a valid point.

I totally agree with you on AI being an hypocrite and US getting away with murder all in the name of fighting terror. As a matter of fact world politics goes beyond what we see or read on main stream media. I wish some our Nigerian youths would pick up an history book to truly be able to argue and counter an argument constructively based on facts.

And no I am not defending the Nigerian Army they have a problem of being too high handed in ways they handle conflict resolution. They are always too quick to shoot first and ask questions later. So instead of resolving they only succeed in exacerbating the issue.



Most of them are too daft to counter my points with facts. They will rather throw insults because i spoke against their beloved pipe dream called biafra. The USA has committed several war crimes. No one will mention that.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by ozowarac: 1:54pm On Jun 16, 2017
you are a very big fool for justifying those killings , your generation shall be melted that way In Jesus Name ?


MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:56pm On Jun 16, 2017
isalie:
The main problem facing Nigeria is corruption born out of tribalism and religious sentiments. Just imagine yourself being watched and intimidated by a whole community because you do not belong even though you are born and raised there. The brainwashing in this country is too extreme and I believe our officer are well equipped and learned enough to manage it. So this one that ICC is saying to me looks fishy. I don't and will never support extra judicious killings and I believe that the Nigerian government should handle this one.
Pls keep quiet nigeria soldiers have always being like this for more than a decade or don't u live in nigeria?
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by vickylincon(m): 2:11pm On Jun 16, 2017
Pilate2016:
You thought you made sense abi? No wonder u answer "medium stout". Nigerian Army killed unarmed protesters simple.
I agree with you...what about boko haram that this amnesty international is whining about? claiming human right? Even Us does more than that. I believed they are just doing it for selfish interest. BTW, some hoodlums hijacked the peaceful protest. The Agitators should not b killed though

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by bigpicture001: 2:14pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. ...Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
...hello.ever had of the phrases: friendly fire,casualties of war etc.thats why those cases are not investigated,cuz the propagators,admits them,announce,them,and are sorry for the damaged.thats far difrent from when you kill deliberately and try to hide it...
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by michoim(m): 2:19pm On Jun 16, 2017
Criminals reporting falsehood.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by kikake: 2:24pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.


Are you not a child of bloodletting living by bloodletting and may die by bloodletting?
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by rainylad(f): 2:40pm On Jun 16, 2017
Pain:
Unfortunately, @MediumStout has made more sense that most of the goons attacking him on this thread. undecided


....Look at this one..dont worry,you,@medium stout and NA shall face International Criminal Court soon..keep talking bunkum.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 2:46pm On Jun 16, 2017
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FIRST GO AND TELL ICC TO ARREST GEORGE BUSH FOR INVADING IRAQ UNJUSTLY THEN WE WOULD TAKE YOU SERIOUSLY.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by sizzlingcold(m): 3:08pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
you have a brain use it
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Pain(m): 3:09pm On Jun 16, 2017
rainylad:



....Look at this one..dont worry,you,@medium stout and NA shall face International Criminal Court soon..keep talking bunkum.

You are really a bitter, jilted, heart broken hag undecided
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by rainylad(f): 3:15pm On Jun 16, 2017
Pain:


You are really a bitter, jilted, heart broken hag undecided


..e pain am..

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Rett0: 3:34pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend

Shot at them for an unverified info?
What happened to tear gas?
What happened to shooting in the air.
I'm not from the east but your statement is ....
Shot at people who you claim were making strategies and not even in the act?
On Nigeria youths, I quit.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by chris31(m): 4:12pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
Shooting unarmed protesters? why dont the military make use of rubber bullet in dealing with protesters you are not meant to use live arm unless in self defense

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