Thursday, November 19, 2009

Worst Place to Be Born

The UN and an eager media make their case for Afghanistan is world's worst place to be born. Girls especially. No doubt. But the UN is playing its role as enabler for the continued occupation and the need for war...save the kids.





Gulseema aged 5, holds her shovel as she works at the Sadat Ltd. brick factory on Nov. 6, 2009 in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Photograph by: Paula Bronstein, Getty Images



GENEVA, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Eight years after a U.S.-led invasion ousted the Taliban from power in Afghanistan, the war-ravaged state is the most dangerous place in the world for a child to be born, the United Nations said on Thursday.

It is especially dangerous for girls, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said in launching its annual flagship report, The State of the World's Children.

Afghanistan has the highest infant mortality rate in the world -- 257 deaths per 1,000 live births, and 70 percent of the population lacks access to clean water, the agency said.

As Taliban insurgents increase their presence across the country, growing insecurity is also making it hard to carry out vital vaccination campaigns against polio, a crippling disease still endemic in the country, and measles that can kill children. {more}








Saving the kids is secondary to saving the crops and maintaining that half a trillion or more heroin trade.

The CIA and the globalist bankers covet this golden opportunity.



Sometimes satire tells the story...from the Onion....
Heroin Addicts Pressure President to Stay Course in Afghanistan

As the White House considers sweeping strategic shifts in the war in Afghanistan, heroin addicts across the nation called on President Obama Monday to stick with the current U.S. policy, which has flooded the world market with low-price narcotics. "There's no need to change nothing, Joe Biden," said addict Reginald "Bones" Dillow, who, when conscious, is an outspoken proponent of the U.S. military strategy that has resulted in a nearly 40-fold increase in Afghan opium production since the end of Taliban rule in 2001. "Everything is so cheap—it's all totally fine like it is, right? Over there, I mean. Why would you want to…do the…[garbled]." {more}



Karzai bows to Hillary on Nov. 19, 2009 and  promises secure Afghanistan.

A new 5 year plan?


Security for the dope empire....the kids and girls be damned.....

6 comments:

  1. 'when concious' ;p; oops lol

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  2. Those little girls will be collecting their old age pensions by the time those schools are up and running.
    Books n bombs, side by side at the dock, one marked 'priority freight' guess which one.

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  3. LOL I told you so...
    Christmas is cancelled lolol
    h ttp://start.shaw.ca/start/enCA/News/WorldNewsArticle.htm?src=w1119187A.xml
    Begun in 1954
    Can't write Santa no more
    OMG

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  4. But the USA is always for the kids and women, right?

    Remember when we 'saved' the kids at Waco by burning them alive, and afterwards, that sorry sack of shit USAG Reno said they were forced into action because of reports coming out of Waco that said the Branch Davidians were slapping the kids?

    We sure fixed that problem.

    Remember when First Bitch Laura Bush went around the MSM, saying she was SO concerned about Afghan women and was glad her hubby, Junior had invaded that nation so we could save the women?

    Saved thru the massive use of smart bombs, Hellfire missiles, mortars and 155 mm artillery shells.

    Yes, we sure can liberate those we come to save by freeing them from existence.

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  5. 5 years old working for a brick factory? We are all doomed, and we deserve it.

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  6. I wasn't sure at first if the brick factory story was true or propaganda but I also found this.

    http://www.rawa.org/temp/runews/2008/06/02/afghan-children-paying-family-debts_8356.html

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