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Why Didn't Tasha Cobbs Show Up For The Woman of Gospel Event In Toronto Canada Last Night? Was It About The Money?

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Reader, there are two sides to every story. People have heard one side and have become the judge, the jury, and the executioner. You cannot come to a conclusion just based off of one party allegedly telling the truth-that is nonsense. 


Anyhow rumors are being put forth on social media that Tasha Cobb refused to perform last night in Canada, because the venue hosting the event didn't have all her money.   What is in the dark, always comes to light. 



Question: Why The “Attacks In France More Important Than The Atrocities In Nigeria?!?!?

 
 
 

I find it interesting that terrorists killing a dozen people in France are front page news while terrorists killing 2000 people in Nigeria is on the back page, so to speak. It's time to have an international strategy to combat the depravity and the real evil that exists in our world. There are no other words to describe it, in my opinion. The Atlantic has written a piece that's gathering a lot of attention.


Lecrae speaks out:  Broken hearted over the Nigerian massacre. Over 2000 dead. Children still missing. What will we do? God give people peace, give leaders wisdom, give people courage to stand, speak, and act.

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  1. Because France is a part of NATO & is more financially resourceful than Nigeria. Plus, Nigerians aren't a progressive thinking group of people and often reject western ideas & ideals.

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    1. Anonymous I agree both are terrible events but not hearing much about what goes on not only in Nigeria but some other parts of the world, unless it is politically/financially beneficial for news establishments. Thats how the world rolls! they publish and broadcasts what sells and what people will turn the TV for. That should not be a surprise for anyone.

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  2. The article at The Atlantic is the second article I've read blaming state failure on lack of news coverage.
    It's an excuse by to feel better about the fact that the lives of a trashy newspaper mean more that the victims of the current Nigerian attacks (which total thousands and still hasn't had enough media coverage).
    The best thing to do would be to avoid writing anything at all rather than blame politics on it. Journalism exists to challenge the state/higher powers

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  3. I am totally mystified at the lack of attention to Nigeria. Thanks for posting this!

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  4. This so sad, life is cheap in Africa! That's the honest to God fact.

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  5. Shame on The Atlantic for presenting such a simplistic and naive explanation for the embarrassing disparity in media coverage and public outrage between the horrible attacks in France and the cruel massacre going on in Nigeria.

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  6. Cause it's black folk....like the old folks say 'nuff said!

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    1. I agree Ljboogey,not minimizing what happened in Paris but the atrocities occurring in Nigeria has not received as much world attention as Paris. I makes one wonder "Doesn't Black lives matter?"

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  7. All lives matter and the world does need to take note of what is an ongoing and growing problem. However, perhaps the difference here may be found in the response and reaction by the governing authorities of Nigeria as compared to that of France. If the Nigerian government is not resolved to hunt down and eliminate terrorists within their country, with whom would a "march of solidarity" take place?

    France has shown a strong commitment to eradicate such threats while the Nigerian government has not.

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  8. If the Shell bases offices oil pipes etc were being attacked. If this terrorism affected oil supply out of NIgeria, NATO the UN and dare I say the African Union (which seems more equipped for Arab Africa than Africa itself) would be there in a heart beat.

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