The U.S. military is reportedly instructing soldiers to look the other way while young boys are raped and abused by Afghan soldiers on U.S. military bases.

American soldiers are instructed to look the other way when they encounter child rape on U.S. military bases because it is their "culture" over there.

A common Afghanistan expression goes: "Women are for children, boys are for pleasure."

The shocking allegations came to light in a New York Times article published on Sunday.

In the article Gregory Buckley Sr. said his son, Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr., described the harrowing sexual assault of Afghan children by Afghan police on military bases.

“At night we can hear them screaming, but we’re not allowed to do anything about it," Buckley Sr. said his son told him. “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.”

In 2012, an Afghan boy who was Kept as a sex slave by an Afghan police commander, killed 3 American soldiers -- including Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr. -- in retribution for the abuse he suffered on a U.S. military base.

The boy was among a large group of boys who lived on the U.S. military base with the police commander.

The U.S. military has a history of retaliating against soldiers who intervene in child rape cases.

One marine sent an email warning his fellow Marines about the pedophile police commander. The marines are still trying to forcibly discharge him for "sharing classified information" about the pedophile in the email.

“[Maj. Jason] Brezler took action and spoke the truth to try to protect his fellow Marines and innocent Afghan children,” Kevin Carroll, Brezler’s pro-bono attorney and an Army veteran, told The Daily Beast. Brezler has faced the same kind of retribution as Quinn and Martland, who were also punished for confronting child sex abuse, Carroll said.

Then there is Dan Quinn, a former Special Forces captain who was relieved of his command when he beat up an Afghan militia commander who kept a young sex slave tied to his bed.

“I picked him up and threw him onto the ground,” Mr. Quinn told The Times. “I did this to make sure the message was understood that if he went back to the boy, that it was not going to be tolerated,” Mr. Quinn recalled.

Quinn has since left the military.

It is a known fact that boys are used as sex objects by rich and powerful men in Afghanistan. But U.S. soldiers are told to observe local customs as it relates to child rape.

Marines are encouraged to “observe cultural and religious briefs” when interacting with locals, and to “observe general relations” and “avoid fraternizing with local nationals of the opposite gender, especially if frowned upon.”

“It is our responsibility as the Marine Corps and as a society to send strong, clear messages that we do not tolerate sexual assault,” the training guide states toward the end of the session. But then, Marines are told, “We have the responsibility to take care of one another” and to “intervene” if they witness an “unsafe” situation that could result in a sexual assault against another Marine. Again, no instructions on what to do if they witness assaults by locals on locals, even if the victims are children. Source

  • ShelbyMoore

    That pic is disgusting. Matter of fact, the entire situation is disgusting.

  • Tamika Davis

    Our govt aint shit at times.

  • Milani

    I don't even know where to begin...I'll see y'all in the next post cuz this is just...

  • harley_quinn2.0

    This is too much for me...I can't stand by and be a witness to a child being abused...I would've unloaded on all those bytches and dealt with the consequences later.

  • A.P. Millz-CT

    OMG!!!! "Women are for Children and Boys are for Pleasure" WWWTTTFFFFFFF???????? How could someone just sit there and hear little boys crying and not do anything??? I just can't this morning with this.

  • more

    This needs to be brought to light

  • Cricket404

    Young boys hang out on the beaches of Thailand looking for American tourist, boys in India have their testicles removed and become eunuchs in the red light district for money and boy sex slaves in China are passed around hotel rooms at government conventions. It's everywhere. To go against these old world customs would be an act of war.

  • harley_quinn2.0

    And on that note, I'll be back later ?

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    This is too awful...

  • Buttercup

    In their culture, they don't see anything wrong with what they're doing. This is one of the reasons I feel like 'Murica should set down somewhere and mind her business. Welp, wishful thinking.

    Morning

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The point is the abuse is being allowed on U.S. military bases.

  • Buttercup

    Unfortunately, you wouldn't be able to protect those children any longer, because you'd end up dead. It would all be in vain.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Don't expect the liberal news media to report about this injustice. They would rather report about the clock boy's invitation to the White House.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    This is being allowed on U.S. military bases, where child rape is not our culture.

  • Buttercup

    Those U.S. military bases are still IN AFGHANISTAN.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    It doesn't matter. America has jurisdiction on every military base.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/brinkley/article/Afghanistan-s-dirty-little-secret-3176762.php

    Sociologists and anthropologists say the problem results from perverse interpretation of Islamic law. Women are simply unapproachable. Afghan men cannot talk to an unrelated woman until after proposing marriage. Before then, they can't even look at a woman, except perhaps her feet. Otherwise she is covered, head to ankle.

    "How can you fall in love if you can't see her face," 29-year-old Mohammed Daud told reporters. "We can see the boys, so we can tell which are beautiful."

  • Junkanoo

    I watched a documentary on this a few years back, it was hard not to judge. Some of these man even had wives but sex with boys is more of a focus an more enjoyable to the men. That's the thing with generational thinking an practices, it may seem perfectly normal because a thing has been done for generations but the boys have no say in the matter an should not be used as sex slaves.

  • SpillyNillie

    While this is absolutely awful, nothing can be nor will be done. Even if it is on a U.S. military base. They are told to not infringe upon cultural beliefs/actions for a reason...like you said, it would be an outright war. Apparently, their job is not to police child rape. Doing so would probably put the base in danger. They already don't want us over there and going against their culture would probably cause an ambush.

  • Cricket404

    I wonder if they serve pork on the base. ijs, it's a UN problem. Afghanistan is the former Persian Achaemenid Empire, these practices are part of their culture dating back to Cyrus the Great. It's horrible and should be stopped, but those aren't the only atrocities being ignored in that country, they probably still have slaves. The USA is not GOD, it's a North American federal republic with nuclear bombs.

  • Just Keya

    I don't totally agree. If you can hear some child screaming because a man is raping him, then no. You can't mind your business. That's just wrong.

  • harley_quinn2.0

    Well to sit there and do nothing wouldn't fly with me. I hate stories of child abuse and to be in the presence of it would send me over the edge...Lawd we need a new post...these stories send my pressure through the through the roof

  • Just Keya

    Even still, culture or no culture, rape is wrong.

  • Buttercup

    So you get involved, the guy retaliates, and you end up dead. The guy is left to continue to abuse young boys. Ask Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr. Oh wait, you can't. They killed him.

  • Just Keya

    It still does not make it right. I am not here for the abuse of children. Something needs to be done.

  • Buttercup

    In their culture, THEY DON'T SEE IT AS WRONG. I don't agree with it, but I refuse to look at this from an ethnocentric viewpoint.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    It's one thing to ignore child rape outside the military gates, it's another thing to allow Afghan soldiers to live with boys in the military barracks. There is no outrage because pedophilia is slowly being normalized in America.

  • SpillyNillie

    IKR...it's such a sticky subject. In the U.S. their asses would be dead, but over there, our hands are tied...I'm sure the soldiers want to intervene but like Buttercup said, it would be in vain. It's their culture and one act to defend a few boys wouldn't change the fate for hundreds...

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    My heart breaks for those children.

  • Just Keya

    Sorry, but culture or not, forcing someone to have sex with you, is wrong. No means no. Period. They are destroying these kids lives. It's shameful.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    DId you read the article? Soldiers are getting involved. The only ones who end up dead are the ones who did nothing to help the boys.

  • Just Keya

    Me too. I can't see how you are just chillin on a U.S. Military base with the screams of little boys in your ears, and do nothing. How heartless.

  • SpillyNillie

    What would be the consequences if U.S. soldiers didn't allow it and fought against it?

  • Buttercup

    It doesn't make it right at all, but as Cousin Cricket stated, trying to change things would add fuel to a fiery situation and could potentially put the military bases in great danger.

  • Use_Coasters_aka_Sol_88

    I'm not saying it's right, but his explanation is a crock of shat.
    Not saying them messing with lil girls is ok (DEFINITELY NOT) but yall ignoring lil girls for the boys...........
    That's just an excuse, a sick one!
    Stay away from ALL the children!!

    Yall are just PERVERTED FILTH with no consequences or repercussions!!

    Lemme ask my husband about this because he was stationed in Afghanistan twice.

  • Just Keya

    But even if it's one little boy, isn't that one worth saving?

  • YES I SAID IT…

    WTF????!!!!??? Say what nah!?! Our Soldiers on our US base over there suppose to do what, overlook child rape, man get the FK out here with that sh**! I just can;t, this world is sick and fked up and I swear when God return I wanna be sleep. One thing that pisses me off is messing with children, that's when sh** gets real with me. What I don't understand is why do they have to rape little boys when u got so many g*y men willing to toot that butt up for the nasty freaky sick men that likes to go through the back door. I swear people are so fkin sick and screwed up in the head

  • Use_Coasters_aka_Sol_88

    I'm disgusted & I can't see the military doing this, but they do have their rules.

    I'm gonna ask my husband about this, he's been stationed out there twice.

    I honestly can't fathom abuse towards children.
    It's just entirely EVIL & MORBID!
    & HORRIFIC!!

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    If an American soldiers rapes a woman or boy on an American military base he will be court martialed. These instructions to look the other way when Afghan soldiers rape boys on military bases is coming from the U.S. government. It is not our culture to allow child abuse. But some people in the U.S. government have an agenda to normalize perversion.

  • SpillyNillie

    Definitely. But is his one life worth the lives of 20 soldiers? Will 40 more have to die to save the life of two more boys? And when the US presence is diminished their culture will continue like it has for centuries. You have to look at the bigger picture. They have to stay focused on the reason they are there. American's policing their culture could possibly result in genocide for US soldiers. There's a reason why their instructed to turn a blind eye. Like I said, it's a sticky subject...

  • Buttercup

    So your moral compass is calibrated by your beliefs and what you've been taught. They view what they are doing in the same light: it's been happening for hundreds of years, and there's nothing wrong with it.

  • Just Keya

    What kills me is that, if it does not matter to the US then we do mind our business. Had we not of gotten attacked in Pearl Harbor, we would not of cared about the millions of Jews being killed...had the rest of the world not acted like they were outraged, we would of never even cared about the Africans in South Africa suffering during Apartide. Or the million of African women who were being forced to have that circumcision done. We can't just say, oh well it's the custom of the people there, when it is abuse and a violation of someone's natural rights. The UN needs to get involved. I understand what some of yall are saying, but to me, the kids are worth saving.

  • Just Keya

    Then they need the education and it must stop.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The U.S. government spent $500 million to train Afghan soldiers to protect their province. Those soldiers are guests on U.S. military bases. They know they must abide by our laws. But child rape is being allowed because America has an agenda to normalize perversion.

  • Buttercup

    They probably say the same thing about Westerners.

  • Just Keya

    I hear you, but I can't rock with it. But I hear you.

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    It's politics. Have you ever noticed military service tends to mess people's minds all up? This is part of the reason why. Being degraded during basic training, conditioned to look at certain peoples lives as less important than "the mission", being told to ignore child rape, assaults on female officers, various other things...it turns people in to shells of their former selves. My grandfather NEVER liked to talk about his time in the army during WW II but one thing he always said was that you should never go in to service unless you have a strong mind because if you don't it will make you worse, not better.

  • Queen Negus

    Morning Sandra. I saw the clips on You Tube a couple day ago. It might have been CNN.

  • That’s Interesting

    What in the entire hell?!

  • Cricket404

    The wrath of Allah.....WAR. Who wants to be blindfolded in a chair with folks chanting Allahu Akbar with swords in front of a video camera with an Islamic flag on the wall for a sex act?? No ma'am I'm not going against that devil, not even if I was covered in the blood of Jesus.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    You don't seem to understand. The military is over there to train Afghanistan police to protect their country so we can pull out. The Afghan trainees are GUESTS on our military bases where American law has jurisdiction. This is not about respecting local tradition. This is about allowing guests to break laws on our military bases because the U.S. government has an agenda.

  • That’s Interesting

    Me either. My instincts would take over.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    U too, man I don't even care, I would have shot off me a couple of balls for real

  • Just Keya

    If this little boy was black, would it matter then? IJS.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    This is why our soldiers shouldn't even still be over there in that sick twisted fked up country in the first place.

  • ramosyo

    I was active duty 7 yrs..thankful I didn't witness this fuckery.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    This fuggery wasn't allowed until Obama got into office.

  • Hugga Bunch

    Glad I got the F out!
    Military ain't s*** for this.
    Just awful. If I heard children screaming, shots would be fired.
    Keep the questions.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Exactly!!!! US military bases and U gone allow them to do what??? I just can't stomach this type of fkery and foolery this morning Auntie, thanks for putting me in my feelings :-(

  • Just Keya

    See this right here. If she uncovers then the men stone her to death. SO she stays covered. Sounds like an excuse to rape these boys. These sick men know what they are doing. Hell even in Islam, having sex with a man is wrong. And unclean.

  • missmiami305

    I don't get the Islamic religion. How r u so radical and disciplined yet engaging in homophobic acts? I watched a documentary on Gaddafi and the things he did to boys/men were disgusting.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Dam Auntie its a shame but I think U might be right

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Pay attention to what's going on in the military right now. The U.S government has an agenda to bring America in line with the perversion that occurs in other countries.

  • Milani

    ^^^^^YES!

  • missmiami305

    Couldn't agree more.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Out of the $500 million we spent to train Afghan soldiers guess how many of them put boots on the ground? 5. That's right: FIVE.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    So true, I know a lot of my black people gone be mad at me but y'all President approved and Fked up a lot of sh**!

  • missmiami305

    As they should

  • Cricket404

    On the day that the Pope is in our country. I agree 100% they should get kicked off the base but maybe they are the only allies in this country.

  • Just Keya

    EXACTLY! Islamic law forbids it. Calls gays "The People of Lot" and will throw you off of a roof top. Kill you in the street. Islam does NOT allow that.

  • missmiami305

    Felt hoodwinked after the first election.Didnt bother in the second

  • YES I SAID IT…

    WOW!!!!!

  • missmiami305

    Another reason for Arab kids growing up to hate Amerika. Soldiers are supposed to help yet turn a blind eye.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    U too?!? Yeah after the first run I was ready to vote his azz out the seat now look at sh** now. I don't know about u but nothing he has done has helped me or made me believe in our country again

  • missmiami305

    Peep how after he was elected he revoked his black card. The same way he changed his views regarding Gay marriage. He ain't shid but I love Michelle and the kids.

  • _perfectly__incomplete__

    This makes me feel sick, it make be part of their culture but if they are on a US base shouldn't they have to follow US rules

  • SpillyNillie

    Why would they go to the extent of normalizing pedophilia in Afghan when they can do it right on here on US soil? It is already rampant in the US. Spending that much money to expose American troops to child rape doesn't add up. But I guess you right...

  • jussaying

    This is so sick. Don't understand how you can condone or be negligent of this kind of behavior.

  • SpillyNillie

    Someone before him did? It's politics, they never have our best interest at heart NONE OF THEM

  • jussaying

    Then you add on the war itself and how the opposing team messes with you. Strapping bombs to little kids and women, or making kids lure soldiers into perilous situations so that they learn not to trust anyone and shoot first. Smh.

  • Buttercup

    How Sway? Americans have been in Afghanistan for 12 years, so if memory serves me correctly, that's under the Bush Administration. "Turning of a blind eye" didn't commence in 2009.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    U are right my brother was killed over there during Bush time however Obama said that he was going to bring our troops home and he didn't. So ummm yeah, thats all I got to say

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The U.S. has an agenda in this country to normalize pedophilia. The U.S. is over there to train Afghan police to protect their country from the Taliban and other insurgents. The Afghan soldiers who are being trained by Americans are killing American soldiers with our own weapons. Yet, instead of pulling out, we continue to spend hundreds of millions of dollars "training" them to protect their own country.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    LOL I'm laughing at the he ain't sh*** comment! And U are so right, he changed his views on us on everything like a muthfkea. I love the 1st family but his azz, nahhhh!

  • Gemcards

    Somebody needs to push the envelope. I could not, turn a blind eye. This is disturbing to say the least. If we have jurisdiction, then al that other shouldn't matter. That's gross. And sickening. No wonder some of the soliders that come back are not the same as they left.

  • Gemcards

    Let the church say AMEN!!!!! You are preaching Today

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    He broke every campaign promise he made. I'm sorry to hear about your brother.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    According to what I read pedophilia is rampant in only a tiny part of Afghanistan. So I don't know why the military is turning a blind eye to TRAINEES raping kids on our bases.

  • Buttercup

    I'm sorry to hear about your brother.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Have you noticed: our laws and Constitution can be overturned in an instant. It won't be long before pedophilia is the law of the land.

  • Gemcards

    So why do we keep going over there? If people want to kill each other, nothing you can do about it. People don't realize these groups been beefing for centuries. They are taught who to deal with and who not to at an early age. Hate is taught. We got big problems over here, we not fix a flat

  • jimtim17

    Sadly, as a member of the military myself, I have to say this post is 100% true! That is their culture and that is what we are instructed to do.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Thanks Auntie! And yes Obama didn't do nothing but do the opposite, I just couldn't believe how blind some of our people was about him, but half of his voters didn't have a clue about what he was all about they just voted for him bcuz he was black. I'm so over him, NEXT!

  • Shira Harding-James

    Yes this is awful but true and as an active duty member of the armed forces, I find myself often in situations that compromise my morals and religious beliefs. I definitely feel the military is not for the weak...mentally that is.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Thanks hun!

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    We're over there to protect Afghanistan from the Taliban. The Afghan army is depleted because most of them abandoned their posts or were killed by the Taliban. So Obama spent billions of dollars to train Afghan police to protect themselves. The military is only now taking a stance against child rape because of the negative publicity. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2015/09/22/top-general-in-afghanistan-pushes-back-on-sexual-abuse-policy-reports/

  • jimtim17

    I saw this and had to post, sadly I know we as Americans see it as horrible, but their culture sees it differently. We are not allowed to disrupt that. As a member of the military it hurts us to our souls to see and here that, but the last thing we can do is disrespect their culture. It would cause so many issues that you couldn't believe. They also beat women of their families sometime if they even make eye contact with Americans. smh

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Yes, I notice that we support pedophiles like R. Kelly and narcissists like Obama.

  • Shira Harding-James

    Thank you, You get it!!

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Really? That's not what I read. A top general is "urging" soldiers to report child rape on military bases. http://www.militarytimes.com/story/military/pentagon/2015/09/21/buchanan-nyt-sex-abuse/72567638/

  • Gemcards

    My friend never talks about his time in Iraq. I remember him call in me after the first time, he had to use his weapon. He went from being on active duty in Army to National Guard. He is not same person

  • Shira Harding-James

    Yes it's a US military base, but it's thier country....that's trumps everything. I'm not saying it's right by any means, it's disgusting actually. However, until you have walked in the shoes of a US solider or any other branch you will never understand! I don't care if your uncle or your sister etc has ever served, until you have personally experienced anything like this, you just won't get it....and that's the truth

  • Shira Harding-James

    Lmbo. In all of my locations, they don't serve pork

  • Shira Harding-James

    They would either be killed or discharged. But probably killed before they would even face any administrative action.

  • jimtim17

    Military bases yes, I would say so, but out on patrols and what not no. I believe this is something new that's coming into play because as of like 3-4 years ago we could not.

  • Buttercup

    jimtim, are those who are not members of the military subject to court martial? From my understanding, there is a chain of command that has to be followed: solider reports it to Gen. Campbell through operations channel so that the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan can be advised and requested to take action.

  • SpillyNillie

    It would cause so many issues that you couldn't believe.
    ____________________________________________
    And THIS was the point I was trying to make.

  • jimtim17

    I don't believe non military members fall under UCMJ action, which is the Laws we follow as military members.

  • SpillyNillie

    Again, that agenda/theory makes no sense. Pedophilia is already normalized there; it's their culture. And to spend millions on Afghan soil to normalize pedophilia among American troops is ludicrous. How will this normalization transfer to US soil? The troops are going to come home and rape little boys and have them tied to their beds- in the home with their wife and kids (since most of them are married with families)?

  • Taryn

    F***king disgusting is all I have to say.

  • Hugga Bunch

    I did 8 years, happy as hell I was able to transition into being a civilian and start making decisions for myself. Some vets can't. I know plenty of people who stay in not bc they like it, but bc they are scared of the world outside the uniform. Brainwashing is one helluva drug.

  • Buttercup

    That's what I thought. That explains why the offenders can't be brought to justice simply because some of the act occur on base. Thanks!

  • Libragirlone

    How can you live with yourself knowing and seeing a child being sexually abused? I can't and I won't no matter who tells me to turn a blind eye.

  • Libragirlone

    What if someone did this to someone You love ? Would you want them to turn a blind eye?

  • SpillyNillie

    You don't know what you would do when put in that situation. Are you doing anything to protect sexually abused children right here in the U S of A?

  • Libragirlone

    This type of thing has been going on for centuries. You can't blame Obama because someone else has a messed up mind.

  • Libragirlone

    You really should educate yourself on things Obama accomplished during his term. it's not hard to find. I don't get some of us we expect the man to accomplish everything in eight years.

  • MookieFly

    The difference is when you hear about sexual abuse and when sexual is right in your damn face. There are loads of regular people on this here soil who are prepared to do something if they see abuse of a child going down. They may not have training, but they will do something.

  • Libragirlone

    Yes I open my mouth when I see abuse !!!

  • Your Mama

    people are sick.. i would say we are in the last days, but i have a feeling that people have always been this sick, we just didn't have the internet to expose EVERYTHING.. and im not sure if thats good or bad.

  • nucynu25

    I can't understand how someone could ear a child screaming & not react. I understand what people are saying abt the consequences but damn.

  • SpillyNillie

    In this situation, it requires more than simply opening your mouth. It takes ACTION and like I said you don't know what your actions would consist of when put in that situation...

  • Libragirlone

    Speak for yourself

  • Sexy CJ

    .....................

  • SpillyNillie

    "and this here soil" is the key phrase. It's hard to say what one would do when on Afghan soil and blatantly going against their culture on their soil. Not only do you have to consider your own safety you have to consider the safety of others. It's a lot that must be consider because it's a totally different situation. It is not the same as standing up and protecting a friend or family member who was molested by an uncle (been there); or beating his arse for doing it. That's all I'm saying...

  • Dale Smith

    Then War It Should be!!!!

  • SpillyNillie

    Yes, there is nothing new under the sun, my grandmother would say. She said child rape and molestation happened in the black community when she was a child. You just didn't speak about it...

  • YES I SAID IT…

    I am aware of what Obama has done just like I am aware of what he didn't do. And guess what, it is what it is, we come on this site to agree or disagree, u think your way and I will think my way.

  • Dee

    Damn!!! Why did I open this post and witness that horrible pic! ?!

  • Dale Smith

    Yo, you don't need a damn Moral compass to know in your heart that rape of any kind is wrong especially child rape. If you see that shit and your soul don't convict you, then something wrong with you. The Romans and Greeks have engaged in this type of activity for thousands of year, that don't make it right.... FOH

  • Low E. {CIRCA 1908}

    A SPECIAL PLACE IN HELL...BUT QUIET AS IT'S KEPT THE RICH AND POWERFUL IN AFGHANISTAN AIN'T HARDLY THE ONLY ONES ABUSING LITTLE BOYS. WE PROTECT THE GIRLS, BUT BOYS ARE RAISED TO BE TOUGH...MY HEART ACHES FOR THESE KIDS.

  • Low E. {CIRCA 1908}

    THIS.

  • ShameTheDevil

    It ain't right but they itching for a war. And like to strap on bombs.

  • Keekz

    Who gives a damn what is culturally acceptable in Afghanistan. These kids are allegedly being raped and held as sex slaves on a US military base, where such an acts are unlawful. This is some bs.

  • Noirluv45

    Could it also be that the military isn't for the morally upright as well? I just couldn't stand by and watch children being raped and not say anything.

  • Noirluv45

    But aren't these things being done on U.S. military bases? So basically, the U.S. can't do anything about it since it's that country's culture, right?

  • Noirluv45

    I just mentioned that down below. If it's done on U.S. military bases, something should be done about this.

  • Buttercup

    Did I say it was right? I'll answer that for you since you seem to have a problem with understanding things- No. Reading is fundamental. Comprehension is imperative.

  • Shira Harding-James

    I wouldn't say that it isn't for the morally upright. Mainly because morals are based on each individual, and each individual's "morals" may not appease from one to the next. What I am saying though is if you find it hard to separate your occupation and profession from your personal life, it may not be for you! Lol

  • CoffeeChat

    Homosexual Lizard Tongue.

  • Noirluv45

    I gotcha. However, I suppose that most normal people would think it morally reprehensible for an adult to have sex with children, right? I would most definitely find it hard to separate my morals from my profession, so I'm thankful I never joined the military if things like this are taking place and everyone's silent. I just couldn't do it. Again, I do understand you point, though.

  • Shira Harding-James

    Yes that's something that us majority's would find repulsive you are correct, lol. Yes it can a stressful profession

  • Noirluv45

    I can only imagine, Shira.

  • 1/8

    The US ignores the rape of its own female soldiers; not to mention the horrific acts they commit against foreign civilians.

  • Nanny

    It's called Bacha bazi. There is nothing religious about this. Frontline did a documentary on this a few years ago. It was horrific. These men have parties and these boys dress like girls. They groom them teach them to sing and dance it's awful.

  • Kilroy

    WHAAAT! This is sick...

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    my gawd

  • Jen_n_juice

    Why are our troops over there if they are not helping?

  • more

    smh!! At least you are saying something. That enough is a difference

  • Star

    Whoever hurt and rape children....You are destine to Abyss and that is what you deserve. Kissing a little boy in the mouth he should vomit right in yours.

  • i troll it like i see it

    this is heartbreaking. and people expect military personnel to return from these deployments, and live life normally after bearing witness to this kind of sick disgusting behavior! just reading about this stuff the past couple days has haunted me, could not even imagine having to fall asleep to the sound of screaming children being assaulted, and I cannot help.

  • shun king

    There is a saying in Afghanistan that birds fly with one wing covering there backside....the ironic part is the Taliban had stopped all that Tom foolery

  • Sexy CJ

    A common Afghanistan expression goes: “Women are for children, boys are for pleasure"............"Sick Bastards".....

  • Simone Mackey

    That is horrifying!

  • kgirl33

    We shouldn't be over there in the first place. Smh

  • rodt

    I dont think you can get more liberal or bigger than NYT

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    Mohammad (their prophet) prefered little girls. (Allegedly) ?

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    Oil

  • Y GM

    Rape and child abuse is not and should not be acceptable in any culture. I don't care who or what decided that this was going to fly, taking the innocence of a child and exposing them to the sick and perverted ways of grown men is a heinous crime.

  • ohyeah!

    The whole but its their culture/history arguement is a bunch of bulls%$#. In America having slaves was a way of life until it wasn't. Just because something has been going on for years without someone saying its abnormal doesn't mean it normal. This story really pisses me off BC we shouldn't be over there in the first place..

  • Mrs. (Asexual) Elmo

    This PIC looks suspect.?

  • _perfectly__incomplete__

    I did read something yesterday about a judge ruling that its a paedophiles right to take pictures of child in public places

  • Trillbish

    They bugged tf out

  • sunni_daze

    I'm confused...its iokay to rape the boys, but if they are gay men they are stoned and thrown off buildings.

  • SpiceGirl

    those are some sick puppies over there! Note to self: wont be visiting there an;ytime soon!

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I read that too. Because the child is in a public place.

  • Rarechild93

    ....And neither are we when we fail to act. .....Just a thought.....just a thought.

  • slim3542

    What do you expect from the same group of people that allows slavery, racism, pedophilia and bestiality on their own land to take place?