Homosexual Pedophilia Surrounds Afghan-Muslim Culture
compiled by Lewis Loflin
The original article on Sufism has moved. See Sufism: The Deviated (Muslim) Path
Posted August 28,2012: This note on the rampant child abuse in Afghanistan:
The exploitation of Afghanistan's 'dancing boys': A growing number of Afghan children are being coerced into a life of abuse as a result of the practice of wealthy or prominent Afghans exploiting underage boys as sexual partners...
Ref. www.washingtonpost.com April 4, 2012.
Over the past month (August 2012) a number of US and other coalition soldiers have been shot in the back by our so-called Afghan allies. What is the political correctness BS put out by General Allen to explain all of this? It's "Ramadan fasting, summer heat, and operational tempo..." He goes on to note that Ramadan this year fell during the fighting season.
As I listened to this utter fool on video I too am calling for his resignation. Our troops are dying, being shot in the damn back, over political correctness. Liberals refuse to admit this evil (after all we don't want to judge others) and the right just wants endless wars with no real goal other than some abstract "war on terror."
Update September 2, 2012: Since this page was written three Australians have been shot in the back another 2 were killed by IUD. Blaming this on "infiltrators" training of Afghan security personnel has been suspended.
By any rational civilized standards these cultures are not only sick, they are evil. Spare me this irrational cultural relativism. This evil culture is simply not compatible with our culture and should never be. When we allow these savages to immigrate into the West then not demand they abandon their old culture, we risk importing and tolerating this evil in our very midst.
Now that militant homosexuality has not only become accepted, but protected from any form of scrutiny or criticism, what's a few more little boys? Perhaps much of this report was suppressed by the news services fearing homosexuals would be placed in a negative light.
This is not to suggest every homosexual is a pedophile, but let's consider the high profile of recent homosexual pedophile cases of priests in the Catholic Church and the Sandusky Case at Penn State. The growing acceptance of what many consider sexual perversion has become a protected "right" immune from public scrutiny. Despite the facts these were homosexual or "gay" attacks on children, the term homosexual was written out of the any reports. And it isn't just militant homosexuality.
In many countries dominated by Humanist' philosophy it's now legal for brothers and sisters to marry and the age of consent for sexual contact with children continues to be lowered. In Spain the age of consent is 13, many others it's 14. There have been efforts in Holland to lower it to 12. Militant secular Humanism while seeking on one extreme to pervert and undermine traditional values seeks on the other extreme to ignore or even cover up the sometimes fatal consequences this behavior can produce.
And why hasn't any of the horror stories in the following report not been made more public? Is it political correctness that out of control homosexual pedophiles might be seen as somehow casting a bad light on homosexuals in general? Or perhaps the political correctness police don't want to present Muslim culture in a negative light either? Remember only western culture, conservative white people, and believing Christians-Jews are bad and all others are their victims.
The Red Team Report
On May 12, 2011 a US Army "Red Team" issued an unclassified report and I have a copy for free download. The following extracts give a clearer picture of the culture that prevails around the so-called "religion of peace,"
(p. 3) U.S. Soldiers' views of ANSF (Afghan National Security Forces), particularly of the ANA, were...extremely negative. They reported pervasive illicit drug use, massive thievery, personal instability, dishonesty, no integrity, incompetence, unsafe weapons handling, corrupt officers, no real NCO (non-commissioned officer) corps, covert alliances/informal treaties with insurgents, high AWOL rates, bad morale, laziness, repulsive hygiene, and the torture of dogs. Perceptions of civilians were also negative stemming from their insurgent sympathies and cruelty towards women and children.
(p. 45-46) And we should be "repulsed" and "sickened" by this primitive nonsense the political left so defends and the right ignores. There are calls to end political correctness in the report:
(p.46) Reliance on euphemistic language, intuitive speculations and hopeful pronouncements has all too often replaced critical analysis, objective assessments and accurate reporting. Such neglect has seriously misled political and military authorities on the truthful progress, or lack thereof, of the development of the ANSFs...(Sadly, many U.S. study participants expressed surprise that they were even being asked for their nearly year-long combat experienced-based views on such issues related to ANSFs' capacity and performance; that this had never happened before.)...
No it's not about poverty or imperialism or the usual excuses and is not simply "isolated" incidents. This problem has resulted in 30 percent of hostile field grade officer deaths, 25 percent of all female deaths, and over 50 percent of all hostile U.S.A.F. deaths. (p.5) These type killings are not from "sleepers", but from "deep seated animosity" caused by "cultural and theological affronts..."
The problem isn't just rampant political corruption and graft the press reports on, but the entire sick culture we are wasting our tax dollars and lives on to promote. In the almost 10 years we have wasted in Afghanistan we've done nothing to address the culture that is at the heart of the problem. Social work aimed at poverty or handing out candy to children just isn't working. Poverty is not the problem, the culture is the problem.
It's time to either consider the extermination of this barbaric culture and those who promote and defend it, which amounts to killing a sizable part of the Afghan population. Barring that, it's time to leave. I feel for the women, children, and dogs living in this Muslim hell, but without clear resolve and a real plan of action we are wasting our time.
On the weekend of September 14:
After 10 years: Audacious Raid on NATO Base Shows Taliban's Reach
The assault late Friday on one of the best-defended posts in Afghanistan was troubling because the attackers were able to penetrate the base, killing two and causing more than $200 million in damage.
The Taliban destroyed or severely damaging eight attack jets (parked Navy AV-8B Harrier jets plus three refueling stations) and killing two Marines (plus nine wounded). The attack was called "sophisticated" by a military official who said, "We've lost aircraft in battle, but nothing like this."
Together with a rash of attacks by Afghan security forces against NATO troops (shot in the back) - including two over the weekend that left at least six coalition service members dead - the Taliban have put new pressure on the American withdrawal plan, which calls for accelerated troop pullouts through 2014 while training Afghan forces to take over.
At the same time, tensions with the government flared Sunday as President Hamid Karzai condemned the deaths of Afghan women in airstrikes and criticized the continued American custody of hundreds of Afghan prisoners.
Ref. www.nytimes.com September 16, 2012
They also speculate they had inside help. 15 insurgents launched the attack; 14 were killed and one captured. Now let's get back to sensitivity training to help our troops better understand the 'religion of peace'.
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