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Child Rape in Africa by UN soldiers - August 23rd 2016, 07:16 AM

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This pisses me off. When things like this happen, I wonder what precise recruitment criteria are used in the armed forces, which allow these sorts of "people" to join the military.

If I was among them when it happened, I'd have probably considered standing in the back of the room when it's happening and shoot them all from behind. It's extremely unlikely I'd have done it, but those are the kinds of things that cross my mind when I hear of this sort of shit going on. I don't know what I'd do if I was there. I've never faced a situation like this.

Too many people I know are too quick to say shit like "Muslims are child rapists", assertions which although are based of real events like Rotherham rape scandals, are wrong. I wonder what the locals in the areas affected by this UN scandal think of the French now. Probably also think that "French are child rapists".

Fucking abomination.

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