Women are for children, boys are for pleasure

Hmm:

Women are for children, boys are for pleasure

Hmm:

A four-year-old refugee has allegedly been raped by an Afghan man at a shelter for asylum seekers in Germany.

The Iraqi boy was living with his family among 600 other migrants at the centre in Boostedt, north of Hamburg, when he was assaulted.

Hmm……

29 thoughts on “Women are for children, boys are for pleasure”

  1. SE could probably confirm this, but some of the stories my pals brought back from Afghanistan were pretty horrific. Having to stand by and do nothing when tribal elders they were protecting dragged some 5 or 6 year old off into some shed, and hearing the screeches. It took some effort on the part of the officers to get their men to keep doing their jobs.

  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/afghanistan/8257943/Paedophilia-culturally-accepted-in-south-Afghanistan.html

    Old article, but I read something more recently about how troops had been upset by the practice of “bache bazi”, i.e. shagging little boys. I do remember the article contained a line to the effect: homosexuality and paedophilia are both banned under Islamic law, but bache bazi is considered neither…

    We often forget that Islam is as strong in hypocrisy as it is in oppression.

  3. It took some effort on the part of the officers to get their men to keep doing their jobs.

    “Boy Love Thursday*” – not at all funny. Especially when the troops are all bombed up and psyched up for violence. And the stories from the medics who treated the kids were vile.

    Some senior British and American officers were even offered their own boy for the evening. “A sharp punch to the face often offends, but is sometimes worth it.”

  4. Oh, sorry, I forgot the *.

    Because you got to the mosque on Friday and well …

    I didn’t think Islam had the concept of absolution for haram acts and, even in Christian practice, you can only gain absolution for something you truly regret.

    We earnestly repent,
    and are deeply sorry for these our wrongdoings;
    the memory of them weighs us down,
    the burden of them is too great for us to bear.

  5. Were US troops not ordered not to talk about or make jokes about paedophilia, animal sex etc. in Afghanistan?

    Or am I misremembering?

  6. If it’s widespread, presumably the offenders were victims when they were young too. Why don’t any of them say: “Hey I remember this, it wasn’t much fun; let’s put a stop to it”?

    I suspect it’s a class thing. Upper-class Afghan men get to rape lower-class boys, but the sons of the leaders go unpunished. No doubt they quite enjoy telling other kids in the playground: “Don’t beat me up or else my dad will rape you”.

    I would read up more on the subject, but there are some things I just don’t want to type into Google.

  7. Told to me during my handover in Basra…

    In late 2004, we were having a spike of attacks by Moqtada al-Sadr’s milita and associated opportunists in Basra and especially Maysan provinces (the “Battle of Danny Boy” of Phil Shiner fame being part of such). A fair amount of effort went into not only slotting Bad Guys when they turned up shooting, but trying to trace the networks to find the organisers and paymasters.

    One lead that was followed up was a possible militia meeting place on the outskirts of Al-Amarah. After confirming that there was definitely a pattern of suspicious activity going on, an operation was assembled to act on this: Broadsword helicopters for standoff observation, SF to do close target recce and an infantry company from Camp Abu Naji to come in and grab the Bad Guys once there was evidence of their misbehaviour.

    And on the usual evening, the previously-reported straggle of variously-aged local men drifted to the old warehouse, taking precautions against being casually observed and meeting all the criteria we’d expect for a milita planning meeting. The recce team do their sneaky infiltration to get eyes and ears on the inside of the building…

    “CHECK CHECK CHECK! Bug out! Bug out!” comes whispered over the radio to the sounds of seriously impaired breathing – it sounds like the recce trooper involved is choking! Has he been stabbed? Gassed? What’s going on?

    But, the cordon is unwound as discreetly as it was established, the forces pull back, and as far as we know the Iraqis never noticed anything amiss.

    Because, as I’m sure all have guessed, this was not “Sadrist militia tactical planning conference”. This was “Man-Love Thursday Night”… and the recce soldier had been desperately trying not to laugh out loud as he called off the op.

  8. “If it’s widespread, presumably the offenders were victims when they were young too. Why don’t any of them say: “Hey I remember this, it wasn’t much fun; let’s put a stop to it”?”

    But it’s the women who’ve been through FGM who force their daughters to undergo FGM. And are we any different? Those that have endured shit when they were starting out, rise to a position where they can dish out the shit. And give their inferiors the same shit they got.
    Folks are strange.

  9. Yes, Iraq was consensual adults. No problem as far as I’m concerned but you’d have thought the Imam would have had something to say about it.

    Afghan was just disgusting. And, as Tim N noted, we were in a position to do something about it but were not permitted to do so. Which was revolting.

  10. I’ve seen all sorts of weird shit going on in muslim countries and I’m still in two minds about this.

    One mind says it’s fucking disgusting and we should put a stop to it by filling in/arresting the people responsible.

    The other mind says when are we planning to fucking learn?
    The blokes doing this have about a thousand years of tribal history in these shitholes, and they have cousins everywhere.

    This is just what they do. What they do has fuck all to do with us, no matter how vile it is.

    It is just one of approx 1000 things about Afghanistan (and the various other Stans) that we would change if it was as easy as waving a magic wand, but it’s not.

    It can only end in tears – either the tears of Afghan kids or the tears of British kids whose dads have died trying to stop the tears of Afghan kids.

    If we had a million more blokes under arms, the political will and a media which understood the first thing about the way the world actually is, or could be forced to the Afghan front in fucking punishment battalions to experience this shit first hand, things might be different. But they’re not, so that’s that.

    Our job is to stop it coming here. End of. Which is why (see the Germany link above) I actually hate our politicians and media more than the men shagging the kids. True story.

  11. Afghan culture is vile in a lot of ways. The worst parts predate the arrival of Islam in the region, too.

  12. It is sometimes possible to deal with nasty local customs. I like the way Napier dealt with suttee in India:

    “This burning of widows is your custom; prepare the funeral pile. But my nation has also a custom. When men burn women alive we hang them, and confiscate all their property. My carpenters shall therefore erect gibbets on which to hang all concerned when the widow is consumed. Let us all act according to national customs.”

    The widow was not burnt!

  13. “Our job is to stop it coming here. End of. Which is why (see the Germany link above) I actually hate our politicians and media more than the men shagging the kids.”

    +1

  14. From the telegraph link posted above:
    “Older, powerful men boosted their social status by keeping boys as sexual playthings and the practice was celebrated in song and dance, a military study claimed.”

    Sounds like parts of the western music and entertainment industry. One direction, anyone?

  15. @ David Jones, yes it is amazing how quickly local customs fall out of use… Napier’s law, I think it should be called.

  16. What they do in their own countries is non of our concern really. The problem is that our glorious leaders have brought millions of these aliens, with alien ‘habits’ to Europe. What larks!

  17. “Older, powerful men boosted their social status by keeping boys as sexual playthings and the practice was celebrated in song and dance, a military study claimed.”

    Weren’t they termed ‘catamites’? (The young ones, not the old).

  18. Fagging might be the western equivalent. Head boy displays his social status with subservient younger boys, who sometimes serve a sexual purpose. Varies by school, obviously.

  19. Isn’t it the gaucho’s lament also ?

    There was a young gaucho called Muno
    Who said there is one thing I do know
    A young woman is fine
    A little boy is divine
    But a Llama is numero uno

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