5 deadly terror attacks which failed to grab world’s attention like Brussels & Paris



The Paris and Brussels attacks have rightly caused outrage across the globe. However, while millions in the West took to social media to share their grief, there are numerous attacks across the world that go largely unreported in the mainstream media.

NIGERIA – Over 80 killed, children burned to death

On January 30, Boko Haram terrorists killed 86 people after they attacked a village in northeast Nigeria. The assault took place on the outskirts of the city of Maiduguri, which is the birthplace of the Islamist militant group.

IRAQ – 29 dead after ISIS suicide bomber strikes football match

Iraq is doing its best to try and return to some semblance of normality following the violence that Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has brought to parts of the country. However, on Friday, three days after the Brussels attacks, at least 29 people were killed at a football match south of the capital, Baghdad.

PAKISTAN – Easter suicide bomb kills 70

Taliban faction Jamaat-ul-Ahrar claimed responsibility for Sunday’s suicide blast outside a public park in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore that killed at least 70 people and injured more than 280, many of whom were women and children.

SYRIA – ISIS massacres dozens in morning rush hour

On February 21, a series of explosions rocked a district of the Syrian capital, Damascus, killing at least 83 people. Two suicide bombers, who were linked to Islamic State, carried out the attack.

LEBANON – ISIS strike Shiite stronghold a day before Paris attacks

A day before the Paris attacks, two suicide bombers struck in the Lebanese capital of Beruit, killing at least 43 people, with a further 240 people injured. Islamic State claimed responsibility, with members of the militant group blowing up a motorbike with explosives in the middle of a street.


i blog on this hypocrisy a lot..it basically boils down to white people being killed is important..coloured people..not so much..its that simple..why is a french life more important than one from nigeria?

i dont see anyone changing their facebook profile to the flag of lebanon..


~ by seeker401 on April 3, 2016.

3 Responses to “5 deadly terror attacks which failed to grab world’s attention like Brussels & Paris”

  1. What we are dealing with is pure evil. There are many names for it. One could be Transhumanism, where man and woman merge with machines and serve as slaves for the elite. Another term is Social Engineering. Problems are Created by the elite and consequently the masses are asking for Solutions with are already prepared and provided. Problems get first created in the coloured peoples places, which creates resistance against the white. After when the problems escalate into terror and wars, coloured people are fleeing towards the save places, where they are first welcome. Then what happen the refugees create problems with the locals because the politicians are telling them that they are stealing their jobs. On the other hand for the politicians, cheap and obeying workers are a good deal. Then the secret services of the whites organise attacks like Paris and Bruxelles to divert the mind of the whites from the atrocities they are doing in the coloured land. What happen after is that the white are quite happy to accept police state and the moment the economy breaks down and civil war starts the caos is perfect and the elite is laughing because their plan has worked perfectly. The Transhumanists have achieved their goal to eliminate 90 % of all men and women on the planet and made slave the rest.

    • Problems are Created by the elite and consequently the masses are asking for Solutions with are already prepared and provided.

      • Sometimes i wonder what is the point of “terror” in africa or middle-east and we’re all immuned to that.. MAYBE these are the real incidents. Of course downtown NY, paris or brussels are going to generate plenty more publicity. Nobody knows where Lagos is.. .. ..

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