U.S. Taxpayer-Funded Contractor Organizes Child Rape Parties In Afghanistan, WikiLeaks Reveals

dancing_boys_afghanistanDynCorp is a Texas-based military contractor whose freedom-building activities in Afghanistan are funded by our taxes. And what exactly is DynCorp doing in Afghanistan? Organizing parties at which prepubescent boys are available for purchase as sex slaves, according Wikileaks documents. Via Change.org:

Wikileaks recently released a cable from Afghanistan revealing U.S. government contractor DynCorp threw a party for Afghan security recruits featuring trafficked boys as the entertainment. Bacha bazi is the Afghan tradition of “boy play” where young boys are dressed up in women’s clothing, forced to dance for leering men, and then sold for sex to the highest bidder. Apparently this is the sort of “entertainment” funded by your tax dollars when DynCorp is in charge of security in Afghanistan.

DynCorp is a government contractor which has been providing training for Afghan security and police forces for several years. Though the company is about as transparent as a lead-coated rock, most reports claim over 95% of their budget comes from U.S. taxpayers. That’s the same budget that DynCorp used to pay for a party in Kunduz Province for some Afghan police trainees. The entertainment for the evening was bacha bazi boys, whose pimps were paid so the boys would sing and dance for the recruits and then be raped by them afterward. That’s your tax dollars at work — fighting terrorism and extremism in Afghnistan by trafficking little boys for sex with cops-in-training.

In fact, the evidence linking DynCorp to bacha bazi was so damning, Afghan Minister of the Interior Hanif Atmar tried to quash the story. Upon hearing a journalist was investigating DynCorp and the U.S. government’s funding of the sex trafficking of young boys in Afghanistan, Atmar warned any publication of the story would “endanger lives,” and requested the U.S. suppress the story. Atmar admitted he had arrested eleven Afghans nationals as “facilitators” of the bacha bazi party. But he was only charging them with “purchasing a service from a child,” which is illegal under Sharia law and the civil code. And in this case “services” is not used as a euphemism for sex; so far, no one is being held accountable for the young boys whose rapes were paid for by the U.S. taxpayers.

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  • Andrew

    I wonder what Obama will do about this.

    Beside try to kill the people who revealed it, that is.

  • Andrew

    I wonder what Obama will do about this.

    Beside try to kill the people who revealed it, that is.

    • emperorreagan

      He might piss and moan a little bit about how these are isolated cases of bad apples… and hope that no one notices that DynCorp was previously in trouble for trafficking in child prostitutes during the military adventures in the former Yugoslavia… and that the US government doesn’t see that as a reason to stop doing business with them.

      And while they’re not noticing that, they won’t notice that Wikileaks is only reinforcing the idea of systemic corruption, fraud, etc. that regular reporting about US foreign policy and in particular the military adventures in the Middle East already pointed to in the absence of Wikileaks, but reported infrequently enough that people could make a slightly better case that the incidents were “isolated.”

      • Liam_McGonagle

        Yes, this is very troubling.

        But as horrific as it is, in one way it’s just another example of the way the Right Wing has successfully co-opted the narrative of our public ethos, to blame these failures on the government’s STRENGTH–rather than its WEAKNESS–with respect to the corporate sector. Once again, government’s legitimate foreign policy aparatus is co-opted to serve corporate agendae, and when the hopelessly incompetent and inherently venal corporate sector fail, they successfully blame it on government.

        True, n a very real way government is responsible for implementing these criminal policies. And thank the Lord for Julian Assange and the likes who let us know about it. But any reasonable institutional analysis has to conclude that it has done so to the extent that it has ceded power to the corporate sector, and that society is no longer willing to contemplate ideals beyond the self-centered accumulation of personal wealth.

        Understandably, the wishy-washiness of the current government establishment doesn’t give a lot of hope. But there are people with real courage willing to fight for a for-real institution to counteract corporate venality.

        http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2010/12/13/moveon-calls-for-phone-in-filibuster/

        They need all the help they can get. But what needs to happen on the cultural level is to either take back the vocabulary, and restore the connotative sense of ‘government’ as legitimate representative of public good, or invent some new words and phrases to convey that sense.

        Without a counterbalancing, non-greed focused institution, the game is give over altogether.

      • Diabolique

        Former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney was howling about DynCorp a few years back, and confronted Donald Rumsfield about it:

        http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/march2005/240305mckinneygrills.htm

  • Other Mr T.

    Manning couldn’t have leaked this. Assange is going to get waterboarded with piss for the rest of his life.

  • Other Mr T.

    Manning couldn’t have leaked this. Assange is going to get waterboarded with piss for the rest of his life.

  • Other Mr T.

    Manning couldn’t have leaked this. Assange is going to get waterboarded with piss for the rest of his life.

  • Hadrian999

    does any depravity of our government have shock value anymore?

  • Hadrian999

    does any depravity of our government have shock value anymore?

  • Ironaddict06

    How do you think middle east women stay virgins until they are married?

  • Ironaddict06

    How do you think middle east women stay virgins until they are married?

  • Ironaddict06

    How do you think middle east women stay virgins until they are married?

  • Ironaddict06

    How do you think middle east women stay virgins until they are married?

    • CinemaParadiso

      They sell fake hymens…

  • emperorreagan

    He might piss and moan a little bit about how these are isolated cases of bad apples… and hope that no one notices that DynCorp was previously in trouble for trafficking in child prostitutes during the military adventures in the former Yugoslavia… and that the US government doesn’t see that as a reason to stop doing business with them.

    And while they’re not noticing that, they won’t notice that Wikileaks is only reinforcing the idea of systemic corruption, fraud, etc. that regular reporting about US foreign policy and in particular the military adventures in the Middle East already pointed to in the absence of Wikileaks, but reported infrequently enough that people could make a slightly better case that the incidents were “isolated.”

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Yet another reason to pull the taxpayer teat away from the ravenous maws of big corps. Leave Afghanistan. Stop privatising government functions. Thank whistleblowers for letting us know about this stuff.

    Strange how often financial prudence aligns so seemlessly with morality, idn’t it?

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Yet another reason to pull the taxpayer teat away from the ravenous maws of big corps. Leave Afghanistan. Stop privatising government functions. Thank whistleblowers for letting us know about this stuff.

    Strange how often financial prudence aligns so seemlessly with morality, idn’t it?

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Yes, this is very troubling.

    But as horrific as it is, in one way it’s just another example of the way the Right Wing has successfully co-opted the narrative of our public ethos, to blame these failures on the government’s STRENGTH–rather than its WEAKNESS–with respect to the corporate sector. Once again, government’s legitimate foreign policy aparatus is co-opted to serve corporate agendae, and when the hopelessly incompetent and inherently venal corporate sector fail, they successfully blame it on government.

    True, n a very real way government is responsible for implementing these criminal policies. And thank the Lord for Julian Assange and the likes who let us know about it. But any reasonable institutional analysis has to conclude that it has done so to the extent that it has ceded power to the corporate sector, and that society is no longer willing to contemplate ideals beyond the self-centered accumulation of personal wealth.

    Understandably, the wishy-washiness of the current government establishment doesn’t give a lot of hope. But there are people with real courage willing to fight for a for-real institution to counteract corporate venality.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2010/12/13/moveon-calls-for-phone-in-filibuster/

    They need all the help they can get. But what needs to happen on the cultural level is to either take back the vocabulary, and restore the connotative sense of ‘government’ as legitimate representative of public good, or invent some new words and phrases to convey that sense.

    Without a counterbalancing, non-greed focused institution, the game is give over altogether.

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  • Diabolique

    Former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney was howling about DynCorp a few years back, and confronted Donald Rumsfield about it:

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/march2005/240305mckinneygrills.htm

  • Diabolique

    Here’s a more detailed link related to DunCorp…

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/january2006/010106sexslavescandal.htm

  • Anonymous

    I feel like shooting.. or slitting throats

  • gondolfin

    I feel like shooting.. or slitting throats

  • Brentskinner5

    This is horrible, and I’m disgusted that even one cent of the higher-than-I-can-afford-without-going-on-a-monthly-payment-plan federal taxes is supporting this practice in any way, shape, or form. But I also gotta hand it to you guys. In your ever-vigilant attempts to paint the rest of the world as just plain innocent, and our culture as the sole problem in it, you find it worthwhile to post something like this ONLY when it involves “evil” profits.

    Bacha bazi, in any sane person’s opinion, is yet more evidence of the abject failure of MIDDLE EAST cultures, and to paraphrase man you folks no doubt idolize, Bill Maher, Western culture is superior Middle Eastern. Deal with it.

    …cue the blatherings on about the Vatican and the priesthood’s molestation of little boys. But there’s a big difference, folks: The prevailing and widespread reaction to that scandal was disgust. Where’s the prevailing, widespread disgust, and the attendant calls to end Bacha bazi, in the Middle East? Yeah, that’s right: Nowhere to be found.

  • Brentskinner5

    This is horrible, and I’m disgusted that even one cent of the higher-than-I-can-afford-without-going-on-a-monthly-payment-plan federal taxes is supporting this practice in any way, shape, or form. But I also gotta hand it to you guys. In your ever-vigilant attempts to paint the rest of the world as just plain innocent, and our culture as the sole problem in it, you find it worthwhile to post something like this ONLY when it involves “evil” profits.

    Bacha bazi, in any sane person’s opinion, is yet more evidence of the abject failure of MIDDLE EAST cultures, and to paraphrase man you folks no doubt idolize, Bill Maher, Western culture is superior Middle Eastern. Deal with it.

    …cue the blatherings on about the Vatican and the priesthood’s molestation of little boys. But there’s a big difference, folks: The prevailing and widespread reaction to that scandal was disgust. Where’s the prevailing, widespread disgust, and the attendant calls to end Bacha bazi, in the Middle East? Yeah, that’s right: Nowhere to be found.

    • Hadrian999

      we are responcible for our actions, not for the actions of the rest of the world,
      If we wish to continue to say we’re the goods guys we have to be the good guys, not the slightly less bad guys

    • E.B. Wolf

      You probably won’t find them because most people on this site aren’t drooling over the thought of playing world police.
      Too bad the “small government, free market” neo-con sycophants such as yourself haven’t caught on to the concept of just worrying about your own backyard.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7IQWEDG6PFI5Y64PGEBKYDSIDY Mark

        Neo-cons could care less about small government and not much about free markets. They will wage unholy war against anyone who threatens Israel however and look to shove liberalism down other nation’s throats every chance they get.

    • Andrew

      Nowhere to be found? It’s right here.

      Get defensive much?

    • Australian

      this article isnt about the rest of the world. Its about an american corporation abusing human rights.

  • Hadrian999

    we are responcible for our actions, not for the actions of the rest of the world,
    If we wish to continue to say we’re the goods guys we have to be the good guys, not the slightly less bad guys

  • Haystack

    We must stop these appalling breaches of our national security.

    If the rest of the world finds out what scumbags we are, we’re finished.

  • Haystack

    We must stop these appalling breaches of our national security.

    If the rest of the world finds out what scumbags we are, we’re finished.

    • The_josh_21

      they all ready know what scum-bags we are thats one of the reasons for 9/11 if you look up the details and not go by the mainstream media.

      • Nw15062

        It is not about not letting other countries know what scumbags we are, it is about not letting the American people know what is being done in their name. Obviously the other countries know what we do to them..

    • CinemaParadiso

      I think the cat is out of the bag… HISSSSSSSSSS

    • CinemaParadiso

      I think the cat is out of the bag… HISSSSSSSSSS

  • E.B. Wolf

    You probably won’t find them because most people on this site aren’t drooling over the thought of playing world police.
    Too bad the “small government, free market” neo-con sycophants such as yourself haven’t caught on to the concept of just worrying about your own backyard.

  • Andrew

    Nowhere to be found? It’s right here.

    Get defensive much?

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  • The_josh_21

    they all ready know what scum-bags we are thats one of the reasons for 9/11 if you look up the details and not go by the mainstream media.

  • Nw15062

    It is not about not letting other countries know what scumbags we are, it is about not letting the American people know what is being done in their name. Obviously the other countries know what we do to them..

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7IQWEDG6PFI5Y64PGEBKYDSIDY Mark

    Neo-cons could care less about small government and not much about free markets. They will wage unholy war against anyone who threatens Israel however and look to shove liberalism down other nation’s throats every chance they get.

  • rtb61

    So the US government knew this has happened, is happening and will continue to happen in the future. The US public are now also aware of it. So when will action be taken to investigate, prosecute and imprison those criminals.
    So why aren’t conservatives being confronted with yet again another failure of privatising government interests and turning everything into a corporate for profit free for all.
    So the US Secretary of State is stepping up from being a political prostitute to a pimp or is that madame and since this disclosure and the public demonstration of her inaction, still nothing. Perhaps she is holding to the principle if she continue to pretend nothing happened the rest of the world will follow along, besides they are other women’s children.

  • Anonymous

    So the US government knew this has happened, is happening and will continue to happen in the future. The US public are now also aware of it. So when will action be taken to investigate, prosecute and imprison those criminals.
    So why aren’t conservatives being confronted with yet again another failure of privatising government interests and turning everything into a corporate for profit free for all.
    So the US Secretary of State is stepping up from being a political prostitute to a pimp or is that madame and since this disclosure and the public demonstration of her inaction, still nothing. Perhaps she is holding to the principle if she continue to pretend nothing happened the rest of the world will follow along, besides they are other women’s children.

  • EAGD

    Welcome to the middle east. This is tradition.

    This is no different than soldiers on leave in Hawaii going to a luau.

    • AH

      “Tradition?” That’s like saying child molestation in the U.S. is tradition. It’s a widespread malady, but it’s not “tradition.” Give me a break…

      • Andrew

        Sexual child abuse might not be, but physical and emotional child abuse are U.S. traditions.

        • AH

          I question your understanding of the word “tradition.”

          • Andrew

            Some online definitions:

            “something that is handed down”
            “a long-established or inherited way of thinking or acting”
            “a continuing pattern of culture beliefs or practices”

          • Blyssbeast

            Maybe in your family…

      • Australian

        abuse of human rights in general is a US tradition… if you cant see that then your just as blind as your government wants you to be..

  • EAGD

    Welcome to the middle east. This is tradition.

    This is no different than soldiers on leave in Hawaii going to a luau.

  • Venus_summers

    How many of these boys are on the missing childrens list here in the USA!?

  • Venus_summers

    How many of these boys are on the missing childrens list here in the USA!?

  • AH

    “Tradition?” That’s like saying child molestation in the U.S. is tradition. It’s a widespread malady, but it’s not “tradition.” Give me a break…

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    These are also parts of the world where US soldiers have to post signs around surveilled livestock pens near base…explaining to the locals that creeping over the fences at night to have sex with the goats or sheep is unacceptable.

    I’m not kidding. My brother had to write the sign with the help of a translator…because it was decided that killing unarmed horny locals was to be avoided if there was any other way to deter them from climbing the fences at night.

    Some people defend the Middle East unilaterally by referencing its glorious past achievements. My answer is “What have you done in this century, oh mighty f*ckers of goats and boys?

    • Cerebralcaustic

      Who are we in America to pass judgment on the ancient rituals of Afghanistan?

      You’re all just demonstrating your arrogant intolerance of subaltern peoples, and living in a Westernist paradigm of Judeo-Christian authoritarianism that diminishes the “otherness” of transvestitism, prostitution and intergenerational sex. Who’s to say these Afghan boys don’t enjoy and consent to these activities? As pioneering homosexual activist Larry Kramer wrote, “In those instances where children do have sex with their homosexual elders, be they teachers or anyone else, I submit that often, very often, the child desires the activity, and perhaps even solicits it.” (Report from the Holocaust: The Making of an AIDS Activist, 1995)

      So make up your minds, Disinfonauts: are you Cultural Imperialists, or not?

      Are ethics relative or absolute?

      • Andrew

        American capitalism is the only culture immune to criticism, as it is the absolute.

      • Adamsshadow

        But of course, if someone has any inclination towards situational ethics of any kind, that obviously means that he or she condones child rape. And they’re probably gay.

        I would hope that you are intelligent enough to realize that this is a straw man argument you’re making, and that you come off sounding like a highly closeted, dysfunctional homophobe who got turned down by some multicultural lit professor a couple decades ago. Congratulations on once again equating homosexuality with child molestation and for pointing out the insidious nature of cultural relativism; the world needs more self-righteous, smarmy bigots with too much time on their hands.

        And for the record, Islamic fundamentalism can suck my balls.

      • dumbsaint

        So you’re fine with an American military contractor financing pedophilia in the name of keeping things culturally relative? That’s whats being discussed here, is it more important that you score another point against your perceived hypocrits at Disinfo?

        Keep trolling Caustic, that worked out real well for you a few months back didn’t it?

        • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

          Don’t mind him…he’s just extra fussy because this article hits a sore spot with him. Take away all the pesky laws, let the strong rule the weak, let money talk above all other things…and the final culmination of Randian/neo-conservative capitalism is a gun toting warlord drug gangster being bribed with child sex traffic. It always starts with “free markets”…but it always ends with slavery, rape and degradation. With that in mind…its doubly important for him to keep the alarm bells ringing to stay away from that painful truth.

          • dumbsaint

            What shits me is he’s not here to have a discussion about the article.He’s here to indulge his neurosis by laying flame-bait and and making thinly veiled homophobic remarks wherever he can. I have more respect for a douche-bag saying ‘I hate faggots’ than I do this guy, at least they’re being straightforward. People like this piece of trash wouldn’t have the balls to say a word to your face.

          • Andrew

            But keep in mind that he sets up the pins so that we get easy strikes almost every time. I wouldn’t be that surprised to learn he’s really a Marxist agitating in a straw-man capitalist disguise.

      • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

        Trust the grandpappy of trolldom to demand, petulant and childlike, some sort of indicator that ALL ethics are unilaterally relative or absolute…despite knowing full well that many times they are both. In the case of prostitution like this…we can safely say that “cultural norms” aside, the vast majority of human beings of all cultures don’t see the above situation as a positive. Take a wild guess…”The Kite Runner” wasn’t written by a Westerner with violent cultural bias against Afghans and Pashtun culture…it was written by a native Afghan…and a portion of the Taliban’s early support pre-9/11 was rooted in the people’s discontent with Pashtun traditions…including child kidnapping/prostitution and white slavery.

        I’d suggest doing a little more homework before you drop your next screed…looking idiotic in a public venue doesn’t help your cause…assuming of course that you have one and aren’t just performing the penultimate act of sarcasm by making all that you theoretically stand for look foolish and rooted in immaturity.

    • Australian

      your line of thought is absolutely disgusting. How does posting a sign as you mentioned have anything to do with the rape of children being organised by the very people who are meant to be in that region to end such abuse? Its worrying that you completely missed the “wrong” in the story.

      If after all of these years your government cant fix the problem then its time to change your strategy. All we see at the moment is americans becoming the problem and doing sweet fuck all to help. You continually abuse your power and have no moral code at all… its absolutely disgusting. Your people are mindless followers too afraid of their own government to stop human horros such as this even though you have all the evidence you need to do so. You have more evidence on the corruption of your own goverment that your government had on the “weapons of mass distruction” that were the false reason for the war in the first place and yet you do nothing. Disgusting.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    These are also parts of the world where US soldiers have to post signs around surveilled livestock pens near base…explaining to the locals that creeping over the fences at night to have sex with the goats or sheep is unacceptable.

    I’m not kidding. My brother had to write the sign with the help of a translator…because it was decided that killing unarmed horny locals was to be avoided if there was any other way to deter them from climbing the fences at night.

    Some people defend the Middle East unilaterally by referencing its glorious past achievements. My answer is “What have you done in this century, oh mighty f*ckers of goats and boys?

  • Andrew

    Sexual child abuse might not be, but physical and emotional child abuse are U.S. traditions.

  • Ianmbarksdale

    DynCorp, prostitution, former Yugoslavia, late 90s, same thing:

    http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel.cfm?channelid=121&contentid=745&page=2

  • Ianmbarksdale

    DynCorp, prostitution, former Yugoslavia, late 90s, same thing:

    http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel.cfm?channelid=121&contentid=745&page=2

  • AH

    I question your understanding of the word “tradition.”

  • Andrew

    Some online definitions:

    “something that is handed down”
    “a long-established or inherited way of thinking or acting”
    “a continuing pattern of culture beliefs or practices”

  • samthor

    if this was ACORN tax payer funding would already be gone….

  • Anonymous

    if this was ACORN tax payer funding would already be gone….

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  • Cerebralcaustic

    Who are we in America to pass judgment on the ancient rituals of Afghanistan?

    You’re all just demonstrating your arrogant intolerance of subaltern peoples, and living in a Westernist paradigm of Judeo-Christian authoritarianism that diminishes the “otherness” of transvestitism, prostitution and intergenerational sex. Who’s to say these Afghan boys don’t enjoy and consent to these activities? As pioneering homosexual activist Larry Kramer wrote, “In those instances where children do have sex with their homosexual elders, be they teachers or anyone else, I submit that often, very often, the child desires the activity, and perhaps even solicits it.” (Report from the Holocaust: The Making of an AIDS Activist, 1995)

    So make up your minds, Disinfonauts: are you Cultural Imperialists, or not?

    Are ethics relative or absolute?

  • Andrew

    American capitalism is the only culture immune to criticism, as it is the absolute.

  • Adamsshadow

    But of course, if someone has any inclination towards situational ethics of any kind, that obviously means that he or she condones child rape. And they’re probably gay.

    I would hope that you are intelligent enough to realize that this is a straw man argument you’re making, and that you come off sounding like a highly closeted, dysfunctional homophobe who got turned down by some multicultural lit professor a couple decades ago. Congratulations on once again equating homosexuality with child molestation and for pointing out the insidious nature of cultural relativism; the world needs more self-righteous, smarmy bigots with too much time on their hands.

    And for the record, Islamic fundamentalism can suck my balls.

  • Anonymous

    So you’re fine with an American military contractor financing pedophilia in the name of keeping things culturally relative.

    You’re desperate and come off like a NAMBLA supporter. Keep trolling Caustic, that worked out real well for you a few months back didn’t it?

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Trust the grandpappy of trolldom to demand, petulant and childlike, some sort of indicator that ALL ethics are unilaterally relative or absolute…despite knowing full well that many times they are both. In the case of prostitution like this…we can safely say that “cultural norms” aside, the vast majority of human beings of all cultures don’t see the above situation as a positive. Take a wild guess…”The Kite Runner” wasn’t written by a Westerner with violent cultural bias against Afghans and Pashtun culture…it was written by a native Afghan…and a portion of the Taliban’s early support pre-9/11 was rooted in the people’s discontent with Pashtun traditions…including child kidnapping/prostitution and white slavery.

    I’d suggest doing a little more homework before you drop your next screed…looking idiotic in a public venue doesn’t help your cause…assuming of course that you have one and aren’t just performing the penultimate act of sarcasm by making all that you theoretically stand for look foolish and rooted in immaturity.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Don’t mind him…he’s just extra fussy because this article hits a sore spot with him. Take away all the pesky laws, let the strong rule the weak, let money talk above all other things…and the final culmination of Randian/neo-conservative capitalism is a gun toting warlord drug gangster being bribed with child sex traffic. It always starts with “free markets”…but it always ends with slavery, rape and degradation. With that in mind…its doubly important for him to keep the alarm bells ringing to stay away from that painful truth.

  • Anonymous

    What shits me is he’s not here to have a discussion about the article.He’s here to indulge his neurosis by laying flame-bait and and making thinly veiled homophobic remarks wherever he can. I have more respect for a douche-bag saying ‘I hate faggots’ than I do this guy, at least they’re being straightforward. People like this piece of trash wouldn’t have the balls to say a word to your face.

  • Andrew

    But keep in mind that he sets up the pins so that we get easy strikes almost every time. I wouldn’t be that surprised to learn he’s really a Marxist agitating in a straw-man capitalist disguise.

  • Blyssbeast

    Maybe in your family…

  • 11Nov2011

    Assange has no war machines or large budget finances at his disposal. He is only armed with the TRUTH.
    How is it that the TRUTH can cause so much stir? It is because, if one lies constantly and on a large magnitude, then LIARS ARE AFRAID OF THE TRUTH and liars will go to great extent to cover the truth. Governments and their allies have noting to fear if they have not commited any crime to the people. But unfortunately, reastions have been very strange. It’s as if they are trying to cover these diabolical lies with more lies and diabolical plots. Isn’t this a familiar reaction?

    Governments have created more laws to curb the truth. We should be reminded that laws are created to uphold JUSTICE and to provide a transparent governance to the people and any law that does not uphold this should be rejected and ignored. We should also remember that our forefathers died to keep TRUTH and JUSTICE alive for their children, meaning our present generation. Don’t you think it’s time we do as our forefathers and preserve TRUTH and JUSTICE for our children and future generations.

    Governments have been created by the people for the people but over time the actions of governments have gone astray. Governments are servants of the people but now the servant has become the master? It is time to open your eyes and show who the real master is. We must also remind the banks and large major corporations that their existance depends on the people.

  • Anonymous

    Assange has no war machines or large budget finances at his disposal. He is only armed with the TRUTH.
    How is it that the TRUTH can cause so much stir? It is because, if one lies constantly and on a large magnitude, then LIARS ARE AFRAID OF THE TRUTH and liars will go to great extent to cover the truth. Governments and their allies have noting to fear if they have not commited any crime to the people. But unfortunately, reastions have been very strange. It’s as if they are trying to cover these diabolical lies with more lies and diabolical plots. Isn’t this a familiar reaction?

    Governments have created more laws to curb the truth. We should be reminded that laws are created to uphold JUSTICE and to provide a transparent governance to the people and any law that does not uphold this should be rejected and ignored. We should also remember that our forefathers died to keep TRUTH and JUSTICE alive for their children, meaning our present generation. Don’t you think it’s time we do as our forefathers and preserve TRUTH and JUSTICE for our children and future generations.

    Governments have been created by the people for the people but over time the actions of governments have gone astray. Governments are servants of the people but now the servant has become the master? It is time to open your eyes and show who the real master is. We must also remind the banks and large major corporations that their existance depends on the people.

  • CinemaParadiso

    I think the cat is out of the bag… HISSSSSSSSSS

  • CinemaParadiso

    I think the cat is out of the bag… HISSSSSSSSSS

  • CinemaParadiso

    They sell fake hymens…

  • Australian

    your line of thought is absolutely disgusting. How does posting a sign as you mentioned have anything to do with the rape of children being organised by the very people who are meant to be in that region to end such abuse? Its worrying that you completely missed the “wrong” in the story.

    If after all of these years your government cant fix the problem then its time to change your strategy. All we see at the moment is americans becoming the problem and doing sweet fuck all to help. You continually abuse your power and have no moral code at all… its absolutely disgusting. Your people are mindless followers too afraid of their own government to stop human horros such as this even though you have all the evidence you need to do so. You have more evidence on the corruption of your own goverment that your government had on the “weapons of mass distruction” that were the false reason for the war in the first place and yet you do nothing. Disgusting.

  • Australian

    your line of thought is absolutely disgusting. How does posting a sign as you mentioned have anything to do with the rape of children being organised by the very people who are meant to be in that region to end such abuse? Its worrying that you completely missed the “wrong” in the story.

    If after all of these years your government cant fix the problem then its time to change your strategy. All we see at the moment is americans becoming the problem and doing sweet fuck all to help. You continually abuse your power and have no moral code at all… its absolutely disgusting. Your people are mindless followers too afraid of their own government to stop human horros such as this even though you have all the evidence you need to do so. You have more evidence on the corruption of your own goverment that your government had on the “weapons of mass distruction” that were the false reason for the war in the first place and yet you do nothing. Disgusting.

  • Australian

    abuse of human rights in general is a US tradition… if you cant see that then your just as blind as your government wants you to be..

  • Australian

    this article isnt about the rest of the world. Its about an american corporation abusing human rights.

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