Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Letter From America (About US Military-Sanctioned-Child Rape)

The Afghan Military’s Child Rape

By Michelle Malkin
National Review Online

This is the price the innocents pay for blind multiculturalism.

A New York Times report on the Afghan Muslim practice this week garnered attention and outrage on Capitol Hill — and prompted a river of denials from Obama Defense Department brass, who insisted that our troops were not ordered to look the other way.  But the subjugation and sexual assault of these children — by Afghan military personnel working alongside our troops — is not new.

Afghan journalist Najibullah Quraishi’s wrenching documentary on The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan aired in Britain and the U.S. in 2010.
The United Nations has known about this and done nothing as Taliban warlords and Afghan police groomed, sodomized, and sexually trafficked generations of young boys. The U.S. State Department acknowledged last year that “there were reports security officials and those connected to the ANP [Afghan National Police] raped children with impunity.”

In February, I reported on the case of Major Jason Brezler. He’s still fighting for his reputation and his military career after warning colleagues of an insider attack on an American base in the Helmand province.
Refresher: The highly decorated Marine Reserve civil-affairs officer had sent a classified document through his personal e-mail account to fellow Marines at Forward Operating Base Delhi in 2012. The correspondence, which came in response to a request for information from an FOB Delhi Marine, involved the shady history of Taliban-tied Afghan police chief and accused drug lord and child molester Sarwar Jan.
Jan had been suspected of coordinating Taliban operations, selling Afghan police uniforms to our enemies, and raping at least nine boys on base.

A few weeks after Brezler’s warning, which went unheeded, one of Jan’s teenage “tea boys” went on a shooting spree at FOB Delhi. Marine Staff Sergeant Cody Rhode was shot five times, but survived. Three others died of gunshot wounds: Staff Sergeant Scott Dickinson, Corporal Richard Rivera, and Lance Corporal Greg Buckley. Relatives of Buckley’s filed suit against the government last fall over what they believe has been a coordinated and illegal attempt to suppress details of the insider attack.

Meanwhile, Brezler is forced to watch Hillary Clinton get away with massive e-mail security violations, while he’s railroaded for using a personal Yahoo account to try to protect his fellow Marines. 

In a separate case, the Army this month denied an appeal by decorated Green Beret Sergeant First Class Charles Martland, who was discharged in 2011 after physically confronting an Afghan police commander accused of kidnapping, chaining, and raping a local village boy, beating his mother, and laughing about it when questioned. Another soldier who joined Martland in the confrontation, Captain Daniel Quinn, was reprimanded and left the Army.

Asked whether the president had taken steps to review his military’s treatment of these whistleblowers, a White House spokesman apathetically shrugged: “Not that I’m aware of.”


A White House that wants to spend billions to stop “climate change” in the name of saving all the children of the planet can’t bother to stop the violent sexual assaults of boys held hostage right under our noses by our warmly embraced “allies” in the Afghan military.

A White House that splashed the social media with pleas to “Bring Back Our Girls” after Boko Haram jihadists in Nigeria kidnapped 300 girls and women has nothing to say about the legions of boys forced into prostitution and pedophilia rings — all this witnessed by U.S. troops.

A White House bent on whitewashing away radical Islam’s sins against Christians, Jews, gays, apostates, cartoonists, genitally mutilated women, and child brides would rather celebrate “diversity” than lift a finger to protect the victims of political correctness run amok.

To paraphrase 2009 Nobel Prize winner Barack Obama: It’s on you.

— Michelle Malkin is the author of the new book Who Built That: Awe-Inspiring Stories of American Tinkerpreneurs. Her email address is ©

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