Friday, March 25, 2005

someone tell PETA

Hushed rape of Timor
Mark Dodd
March 26, 2005
IT caused outrage among East Timorese and Australian troops sent to protect them, raised tensions among UN peacekeepers to a deadly new level and caused senior UN staff to resign in disgust.

The deployment of Jordanian peacekeepers to East Timor was probably one of the most contentious UN decisions to follow the bloody independence ballot. It was eclipsed only by the cover-up and inaction that followed when the world body learned of their involvement in a series of horrific sex crimes involving children living in the war-battered Oecussi enclave.

Children were not the only victims - in early 2001, two Jordanians were evacuated home with injured penises after attempting sexual intercourse with goats.

REPORTED FROM THE AUSTRIALIAN

2 Comments:

Blogger yochanan said...

AS REPORTED IN THE AUSTRILIAN NEWSPAPER.

FURRY IS WAITING FOR MOONBATS TO CALL ME A RACIST FOR REPORTING SEXUAL ABUSE.

WILL P.E.T.A. COME OUT FOR THE GOATS?

2:38 PM  
Blogger B.a.D said...

Charge Him or Release Him

Jose Padilla : U.S. Citizen Imprisoned Without Trial or Charges for 2 Years and 291 Days


THis is probably the kind of thing the U.N. should keep their noses out of, huh? Yeah, America can take care of itself...
*eye roll*

10:27 PM  

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