1. Youtube clip
(listen to the pathetic and disgusting attempt to distance this practice from Afghan culture, which of course is really a degree of separation from Afghanistan’s religion, which is the real reason why raping boys is just fine with these monsters.
(The clip that aired on CNN actually had the host questioning the father in a hostile way as if he was being insensitive for objecting to the widespread culture of child rape (and often murder)
Here is a slightly different edit of the clip linked at #2 above.
CB Sashenka contacted me earlier. She explained that CNN had interviewed live on TV the father of the murdered US serviceman trying to help boys who were being raped by old muslims in Afghanistan. That the host of the segment was nearly abusive with him. That they challenged him to name other countries and cultures where this horrific action takes place, in keeping with the narrative, that if it happens anywhere else it has to be allowed there presumably.
Let’s hope that someone recorded that off TV and uploaded it somewhere. It may be the best example of the MSM forcing a narrative on us instead of reporting and analyzing facts all day…. see video in full below.
A year or two ago, a documentary was released, I think it was Dispatches, on US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. It started by showing a checkpoint and how the Afghan soldiers wouldn’t patrol and basically just went and got high etc. There was in fact, no real opposition to the Taliban. The end of the documentary had a US serviceman trying to stop child rape. At one point they explained that at Afghan rural police outposts they brought boys there to rape at will. The ones who tied to run away got shot in the back as the Afghan males laughed. I lined above a page which links koranic promises of servants of young boys in mohamed’s bar and brothel in the sky for mujahadeen. Anyone think there could be a connection?
Here’s the full CNN clip – watch from 5:40 to the end (4 important minutes that CNN left out): U.S. Military Overlooked Rape of Boys
Here’s the link to the documentary, really excellent by the way, start to finish, i will post it here: VICE video. Will post a much shorter clip (with only relevant segments) soon…
Here’s another great documentary about child rape in Afghanistan: