Due to the Obama Administration’s long standing official policy of looking the other way while our Afghan allies rape young boys, one of Russia’s largest news organizations is releasing a documentary on the plight of “bacha boys” in the war-torn Central Asian nation. As reported in the Moscow-based RT.com news portal on Mar. 5, 2016, their just under 30-minute long documentary entitled “They Don’t just Dance…The Afghan tradition of recruiting young boys for sex” has just been released and comes with the warning at the very beginning of the film that the documentary contains “images and subject matter that viewers may find disturbing.” Continue reading Russian documentary; Afghan elders still recruiting ‘bacha boys’ for sex
Barack Obama‘s done a number of things that more than a few conservatives consider impeachable offenses. From the Benghazi Cover-Up, to his IRS targeting American citizens, to the Colombia Hooker Scandal where the lead investigator was ordered “to withhold and alter certain information in the report of investigation because it was potentially embarrassing to the [Obama] Administration” just to name a few, the list of crimes or misdemeanor are many.
With most of the American media missing this, the Department of Defense’s Defense Media Activity generically reported on Oct. 8, 2014 that the Marine Corps four star in command of the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) painted a none too rosy picture regarding the spread of the Ebola virus from West Africa to the Americas. While delivering a speech at the Defense Department’s National Defense University in Washington, DC, Gen. John F. Kelly cited the government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention when he stated that by New Year’s Day there will be 1.4 million people infected, and of that number, 62 percent will be dying.