Allegedly, and I want to make clear: That's ALLEGEDLY, your tax dollars are paying for child rape parties in Afghanistan.
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.
Allegedly. It's a fringe story, published by fringe media. It's only based on State Department cables, allegedly published by Wikileaks. Which publishes documents that are highly classified. Because their publication could endanger lives. Oh, and did I mention that Wikileaks is run by a rapist? Just like these alleged child rapists in Afghanistan. And anyway, who are we to judge? These people have been doing this for thousands of years. Alexander the Great attended parties in Afghanistan. I don't see anyone condemning Alexander the Great. In fact, everyone thinks he was great!
Probably the State Department was running a false flag operation, or something. Maybe it was a sting to capture Osama Bin Laden, who I hear is really into child rape parties. There's nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.
This definitely doesn't call for Rope.