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MILITARY MEMBERS EXPELLED, DISCIPLINED FOR TAKING ACTION ON KNOWN CRIMINAL ALLOWED ON U.S. BASE
by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 1, 2015) — In a report dated September 28, 2015, The Post & Email provided a summary of a DVD production released by NBC news in 2009 following the “historic” election of Barack Hussein Obama as the “first African-American president.”
During the last few minutes of the one hour, six-minute presentation, retired NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw joined narrator Brian Williams to celebrate Obama’s November 4, 2008 election victory as a turning point in American history. Against the backdrop of Obama giving his victory speech, Brokaw commented to Williams that “This is a very emotional moment for everyone in this country and for the world, for that matter. This is not just a moment in American history; this is a profoundly important passage out of the deep shadows of our racist past that began with that first slave loaded on the ship. Race has been a curse for America for a long time…”
Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan was, “Yes we can!” Deemed a political phenomenon beginning in 2004, when he gave the keynote address at the Democrat National Committee convention, Obama promised to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” if elected president in 2008.
Prior to his election, the Political Islam blog posted an article stating that “Slavery still stalks the American consciousness, its wounds yet festering in many hearts. If Barack Obama were to set his mind to it, he could heal much of the damage this peculiar institution wrought on our national soul. This is a great and tragic error that must be given justice. Obama is the best person in the world who can recognize, remember and honor the deaths of 125 million and the enslavement of tens of millions of people.”
Later in his post, which deals with the history of Islam enslaving both whites and blacks over a 1,400-year period, Dr. Bill Warner wrote of Obama:
Since race trumps all, everyone sees him as being representative of America’s slave descendants. It becomes true simply because in a race/culture-obsessed society, some want it to be true. Obama’s slave ancestry is a fiction and not reality.
So Obama is half enslaver, by ancestry, and half slave, by choice. He is the most uniquely positioned to tell the truth, the complete truth about Islam, Africa, America and slavery.
While Obama reportedly struggled with his identity during his youth, college years and afterward as a result of his biracial heritage, he identifies with the black community and has triumphed black causes According to the White House website, Obama is the son of “a father from Kenya and a mother from Kansas.”
While Obama was not originally said to have any connection to American slavery, three months before the 2012 presidential election, Obama was reported by Ancestry.com to be a descendant of John Punch, described by CNN as the “first indentured African American servant.”
A Letter to the Editor of The Los Angeles Times dated August 12, 2012 opined of the discovery:
Declaring President Obama a direct descendant of the first black American slave is an example of how history can be manufactured to satisfy contemporary excitement.
John Punch was not the first legally defined slave in American history, as Erin Aubry Kaplan and others have declared. Massachusetts, not Virginia, was the first colony to legally recognize slavery. It legalized slavery in 1641, thus creating the first legal slaves in American history, while Virginia did not do so until 1662.
Furthermore, the attachment of lifetime servitude as punishment to Punch did not make him a slave. Slavery is a legal condition created by the actions of a constituted government.
One of the Ancestry.com researchers making the declaration countered it by stating that “Obama’s connection to Punch is similarly inconclusive,” as paraphrased by The Los Angeles Times.
Obama has no profile at Ancestry.com, and the one child indicated as Stanley Ann Dunham’s offspring is labeled “private” and therefore left unidentified.
At the Clinton Global Initiative 2012 annual meeting, Obama referred to “human trafficking” as “modern slavery.”
In a New York Times article dated September 20, 2015, writer Joseph Goldstein reported that U.S. Army soldiers stationed in Afghanistan have been ordered to overlook the enslavement and sexual abuse of young boys conducted by Afghani Army officers, some of whom were housed in the same barracks as American military.
Two members of the U.S. Marines who in 2012 attempted to intervene to stop the abuse have been summarily relieved of their duties. One, Cpt. Danny Quinn, has left the service, and the other, Sgt. First Class Charles Martland, is scheduled to be discharged on November 1. The two had physically confronted an Afghani police chief who laughed about abusing a young boy after reportedly informing their chain of command of their observations but seeing nothing change.
A third Marine Reservist is facing discharge for having sent an emergency classified communication without the proper security protocols, despite having reported himself for the inadvertent error. The message concerned the same Afghani police chief and serial child abuser who had been removed from his post in Helmand Province at the urging of the Marine Reservist, who had observed the man closely on the U.S. military base and reported him to his superiors.
The email Maj. Jason Brezler received said, “Sarwan Jan is back!” Jan was reportedly allowed on the premises at Forward Operating Base Delhi, where he brought his cadre of abused boys.
One of Jan’s boys killed three Marines as they were exercising in the gym. According to the father of one of those slain, his son predicted his own demise as a result of Jan’s crimes. Wikipedia’s report on the deadly incident states that the boy proclaimed that he was committing “jihad.”
In January of this year, the Marine Corps Times reported the “attacker” as “a teenager” and “personal assistant” to Sarwan Jan. “Lax security” was blamed for the deadly attack in a report which did not satisfy attorneys representing Brezler and Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley.
CNN describes the practice whereby young boys are taken from their families and forced to entertain their “masters” and guests as “slavery.” Afghani human rights groups have condemned the practice. Many of the “warlords” reportedly involved in the practice were or are considered U.S. “allies” against the Taliban, which controlled Afghanistan and hosted Osama bin Laden as he planned the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Children who have been orphaned or who otherwise live in the streets are particularly vulnerable to kidnap and enslavement. A March 2009 “Human Rights Report” published at the U.S. State Department website begins, “Afghanistan is an Islamic republic; population estimates range from 24 to 33 million…”
On the practice of enslaving young boys, the State Department reported, “Sexual abuse of children remained pervasive. NGOs noted that most child victims were abused by extended family members. A UNHCR report noted tribal leaders also abused boys. During the year the MOI recorded 17 cases of child rape; the unreported number was believed to be much higher. In January and February, the ANP arrested men in three separate cases of the rape of boys in Jowzjan province. According to the AIHRC, most child sexual abusers were not arrested. Numerous reports alleged that harems of young boys were cloistered for “bacha baazi” (boy-play) for sexual and social entertainment; although credible statistics were difficult to acquire, as the subject was a source of shame and ‘dancing boys’ was a widespread culturally sanctioned form of male rape.”
In 2010, PBS’s “Frontline” quoted a female interventionist in the practice of “bacha bazi” as having said, “It’s a form of slavery, taking a child, keeping him. It’s a form of sexual slavery.”
An Afghani journalist stated that his professional colleagues practiced “self-censorship” in order to avoid the personal dangers of exposing the sexual exploitation of young children.
Since early last year, the Islamic State, or ISIL (ISIS), has plundered villages in Iraq and Syria, killing thousands and enslaving young girls and women. As of Tuesday, Obama was “meet[ing[ in New York with the leaders of dozens of countries who are involved in the fight against ISIS in some manner to assess how that campaign is going” following a reported 7,162 “targeted air strikes” against ISIL in an operation called “Inherent Resolve.”
The story of a 17-year-old girl captured in Sinjar tells of abuse, torture, and confinement in a cell with armed guards.
In a press conference on November 4, 2014, in response to the questions, “But what are you seeing? Are you seeing people starving and stranded and being captured and killed or sold into slavery? Those are the reports that we’re seeing. What are you — what are you seeing?” U.S. Defense Department spokesman RADM John Kirby said:
I haven’t seen any operational reporting that would connote major or new humanitarian disaster on Mount Sinjar. It’s something — we’re watching it as closely as we can. We have taken action in and around Mount Sinjar, and I expect that you’ll see that continue. But I’m not aware of any operational reporting that supports that.
But look, Justin, I don’t want to at all come across like we’re not taking it seriously. We’re watching it very, very closely. And we have in the past intervened to prevent a humanitarian disaster there. And I suspect that if we would believe that there’s reason to do that in the future, we would keep that option open as well.”
According to Obama’s former ambassador to Iraq, the Obama regime “‘did almost nothing’ in response to intelligence warnings earlier this year that Islamic State radicals were gaining ground in Iraq and threatening the country’s stability.”
A statement from U.S. Central Command dated September 22, 2015 sent in response to an inquiry from The Post & Email states, in part:
Recent media reports citing alleged cases from 2010, 2011, and 2012, have claimed that in the past a command policy existed within the Afghan theater of operations that U.S. forces were to ignore suspicions of sexual abuse committed by Afghans against children. I personally have served multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan and am absolutely confident that no such theater policy has ever existed here, and certainly, no such policy has existed throughout my tenure as commander.
Consistent with clear U.S. Department of Defense policy on the issue of sexual assault, trafficking of persons, and similar matters, I expect all personnel to treat others with respect and dignity. I further expect that any suspicions of sexual abuse will be immediately reported to the chain of command, regardless of who the alleged perpetrators or victims are. The chain of command will take appropriate action under applicable law, as well as DoD and service regulations. If the abuse involves Afghans, a report shall be forwarded to me through operations channels, copied to the Staff Judge Advocate, so that the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan can be advised and requested to take action. I have personally spoken with President Ghani on this issue and he made it clear to me that the Afghan government will not tolerate the abuse of its children, or any of its people, and will thoroughly investigate all allegations and administer justice appropriately.
I want to make absolutely clear that any sexual abuse or similar mistreatment of others, no matter the alleged perpetrator or victim, is completely unacceptable, and reprehensible.
My expectations also apply to non-U.S. personnel assigned to the Resolute Support mission, consistent with their national policies and regulations.
In a September 25, 2012 address to the United Nations General Assembly, Obama declared that “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.” In a 2008 interview, Obama told interviewer George Stephanopoulos of “my Muslim faith,” after which Stephanopoulos quickly retorted, “You mean your Christian faith.”