Afghanistan Picks Woman for Senior Police Role

Rob Crilly, Telegraph (London), January 14, 2014

Afghanistan has its first female police chief after appointing an officer with 25 years experience to head a district of the capital Kabul.

Officials said Colonel Jamila Bayaz would run one of the city’s most important police stations in a move that they hope will pave the way for more women to rise through the ranks.

The role of women in society is frequently cited as an example of progress made in Afghanistan since the Taliban were driven from Kabul in 2001, but human rights campaigners fear the gains are being eroded as Nato forces withdraw.

Colonel Jamila previously served at the Ministry of Interior’s offices in Kabul but will now take over the capital’s 1st police district, making her the most senior female police officer in the country.

“I think my assignment to this post will persuade others to join the police force,” she told Tolo News.

The appointment puts her in the firing line. High profile women have become targets for militants—and even conservative relatives.

Last year the most senior female police in Helmand was shot dead as she left her home to go to work. Lieutenant Islam Bibi had ignored death threats from her own brother over pursuing a career in the police force.

One of the country’s best known female politicians has also been forced to flee the country after suffering abuse at the hands of her husband. Noor Zia Atmar had once been a symbol of a new country, pushing through reforms after the 2005 elections, before losing her seat and going into hiding.

In the meantime, international donors are funding programmes to recruit female police officers. A UN project hopes to recruit 5,000 women by June this year, pushing up the proportion of women in the force beyond one per cent.

Government officials want to see double that number and hope they will appoint a woman to the job of provincial police chief before long.

Gen Mohammed Zahir Zahir, the Kabul police chief, said Col Jamila would take over one of Kabul’s most important police stations.

“We don’t seek to place a female officer in a weak station—it’s not like that,” he said. “We started this process at this station because women are capable of working like men.”

Her appointment could not come at a more critical time. Presidential elections are due to be held in April and Nato-led forces are due to end combat operations in Afghanistan this year, putting local troops and police officers at the forefront of fighting the Taliban and other militant groups.

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  • Truthseeker

    Hey globalists: Stop interfering. Let everyone have their own nation.

    • Alfred the Great

      You’re right, I call it self-determination.

    • Truth Teller

      I disagree. They SHOULD interfere. What about the people in Afghanistan who don’t want a backwards theocracy? They should rule the country, not the backward extremist. Majority rules is rule of the stupid. Sometimes the elite knows best.

      • IstvanIN

        Afghanistan was only half-way civilized when they had a ruling family, which neither the US nor the USSR supported. Now they are ruled by the lowest common denominator.

        And no the world should not interfere. The people who don’t want a backward theocracy should stay and fight for themselves. We can not force them to evolve faster than they are capable of. Perhaps a backward tribal society is best for them. In other words: get over yourself.

        • Truth Teller

          I believe in elite ruling families when a nation is incompetent. It was much better during the 70s, before the US supported the Muhajeedan and Islamists.
          It’s not what’s best for the elite and well educated families there. A society doesn’t have to want the changes. They can be forced by an means necessary so that freedom can be gained. We should make those who don’t want theocracy the rulers. The rest should get over themselves and deal with it. Stupid people should not get to rule a country.

          • IstvanIN

            The send our boys home and you go there. Those scum are not worth one American life. You must be a complete idiot.

          • Truth Teller

            I think those scum should be ruled by an Assad like leader who doesn’t take their nonsense. How am I an idiot for thinking this?

          • IstvanIN

            Why is it your business.

          • Truth Teller

            I believe America should defeat Islamism just like it defeated Communism under president Reagan. It’s a threat to all of us.

          • That is impossible. The old Soviet Union only wanted a different economic system from ours. Religions work differently.

          • Truth Teller

            People were murdered under Red Communism. So many Russians died under Stalin and so many Chinese under Mao. It was our responsibility to stop those murders of the Slavs and the Chinese.

          • Truth Teller

            The Soviet Union didn’t only want a different economic system. Tens of millions died under Stalin and so many Russians and Slavs died of starvation. A hundred million Chinese were killed under Mao and then you think communism was not evil?

          • The old Soviet Union was parasitic upon the West in the 1930s and Stalin knew it. Deng Xiaoping made arrangements with the USA after Mao and Nixon started the original moves. Breshnev asked us if he could nuke China in 1967 and we said that wouldn’t be a good idea.

            I like Russians. Chinese are OK. I would rather China was a democracy; I think this would be better for everyone.

            Communism is evil because of the force of terror it places upon the individual to fit the state-imposed mold. Islam is evil for the same reason, but neither Russians nor Chinese are thus in their own character out of religion.

          • Truth Teller

            Who do you think should be banned from the USA?

          • All blacks, all Mexicans, and all Muslims.

          • Truth Teller

            Turkey is a Muslim country but a secular Muslim country.

          • ncpride

            Their nonsense? You’re talking about a religion they have followed for thousands of years and pretty much defines who they are. You have the idea that changing these people’s ideals, beliefs, customs, laws, traditions…the essence of who they are… by force from foreign entities as the ideal solution to ‘free’ the tiny minority that have progressed beyond the stone age, and you can’t see how naïve and unrealistic that is? If that small minority want change, it has to come from within, and they have to convince their own people. Forcing a dictator on them will only brew more resentment and backlash… surely you know this.

          • Truth Teller

            Maybe the elites who have progressed should form their own country and leave their backwards kin behind. When the country fails without their brightest and best, they will be begging for them to rule them.

          • ncpride

            That is a much more sensible solution. However, I wouldn’t hold my breath. Change will come at a snails pace, if at all. Like I said, they have lived like this for thousands of years, and most of them have utterly rejected any and all things ‘Western’, even when they are allowed into free White nations.

          • captainc

            When you guys mentioned Muslim countries why do you skip Pakistan with its Atomic bomb and Iranian with her engineers. Muslims want technological advances yet live in conservative life.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            THAT makes sense. Viva Assad! Viva Saddam!

            THAT’s how they need to be. It’s the best there can be for them.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            “It’s not what’s best for the elite and well educated families there.”
            I don’t care what’s good or bad for their families over there. I could care less. Why should I care?

            Just heard a story on NPR about some poor little Iranian girl who some teary eyed liblefty traitors raised GOD KNOWS how much money to bring over here for an operation her society is incapable of providing in her homeland. They made especial effort to assure her culture was respected. She died. More liblefty’s coughed up more money to bury her in culturally acceptable manner…probably felt somehow responsible for her death.

            But these compassionate self hating monsters would NEVER pay for an operation for some poor evil White American inbred redneck hillbilly child. They could care less about THAT evil child’s culture, about that kid’s parents going to the poorhouse to save their “privileged” child.

            I don’t care about their hell. Maybe maybe maybe…if we just learned to take to heart that old Star Trek concept of not interfering…

            They might after much suffering and bloodshed solve their own problems.

            And if not – why again should I care?

      • Truthseeker

        Let them solve their own problems. I’m tired of Western countries operating under the delusion that they can make everything perfect everywhere in the world. It’s caused a lot of grief over the years and in some cases it’s only made things worse. The Afghans can decide for themselves what path their people take. The West needs to butt out.

        • Truth Teller

          America funded the Muhajeedan to fight against the Soviets but you happen to be against reversing this action? What do you think the smarter and more secular Afghans should do? In other words, what would YOU do in their position?

          • Triarius

            Two wrongs don’t make a right. And again, you have this belief that there are secular muslims there, even though it is punishable by death, and that they are large enough in numbers to maintain order if given the reigns.

            You sound like a sabre rattler in Israel telling the U.S. government to go get ’em for “our” best interests.

          • I just want them all dead. They are invading our countries and I have had enough. I believe that we in the West have the right to live, and I choose us instead of them.

          • Triarius

            I agree 100% percent. I spent enough time around Dearborn, MI and Detroit to know that I don’t like them. I just don’t want to put a puppet government in there and police them for the next 3 generations.

            They can all die for all I care. In fact the world would be a better place for the rest of us.

          • Truth Teller

            What should happen to non Islamic people living in Islamic countries?

          • bilderbuster

            Why do you care?
            You’re not one of them.
            You & your way of thinking are alien to them.
            They are on the other side of the world & what they do in their crappy nation shouldn’t affect your life.
            If they start annoying their neighbors that is their problem.
            I would call you the neighborhood busybody but you don’t live anywhere near them.

          • Truth Teller

            I do have family that were non Muslims living in Islamic countries. My grandfather’s family were Jews that converted to Christianity under the Ottoman Empire.

          • Triarius

            So the truth finally comes out. I suspected all along, your family were non-muslims in a muslim majority country.

            Now you want the U.S. to overthrow these other muslim governments and install intellectuals and seculars to rule over them, because according to you, that would have been your family.

            You certainly sound like a jew, to boot. Wanting blood revenge and asking the U.S. to put your family/tribe in power. Project much?

          • Truth Teller

            I don’t care who’s family it would have been as long as it wasn’t an oppressive one against the people who want freedom. The Christians are getting murdered in Syria and only Assad is there to protect them. Maybe I simply care about people more than you do. Ever thought of that? Maybe unlike you, I have a thing called empathy.

          • Triarius

            You’re biased in that this hits too close to home and you are trying to “wrong the rights” (in your mind) for emotional closure. Empathy? You have other motives in this, which are conflicting and clouding logic. Again, Syria is not Afghanistan and Kabul has not sizeable Christian population, nor anywhere else in that country. You fail to understand the basic concepts of where you fail.

            Lastly, where are these Syrian Christians going? Germany just took 5000 as a start, and that is one country. Mote proof they would flock to white countries, because they ARE. You make no sense and are blinded by your own history. Your thoughts on this subject are beyond obtuse and are counter productive.

          • bilderbuster

            You are displaying stereotypical Jewish behavior in your posts & once again proving that wherever Jews go, Antisemitism follows.

          • There is no such thing as an “Islamic” country. There are only areas currently occupied by Muslims.

          • captainc

            the same what muslims want in their lands, the west just keep on meddling in their affairs, by providing weapons to tyrants. Remember Iran Contra? Remember paramilitary groups in Central America?

      • Triarius

        I have had friends and famiy there. Some still are there, and they all tell me the same thing even though they are in completely differents fields. They don’t want U.S. culture. They destroy the schools and burn the books the second the U.S. military moves to the next village. And I am not talking about the Taliban, I am talking about out supposed allies.

        The people there have spoken and the vast, vast majority do not want any of it. Biggest source is a family member in Army intel, but friends that were grunts, airborne, and SEALs all say the same thing.

        • Truth Teller

          Sometimes the majority is wrong and needs to be corrected. I support a secular dictatorship or oligarchy in the country, ruled by a leader similar to Assad. We could withdraw US forces after this was accomplished.

          • Triarius

            Right and wrong are subjective in politics, the majority in that country think you are wrong and you them. So who is right? Both? Neither? The people rule, they rule in numbers. And their actions choose what they currently have. The FACT is you cannot create a puppet goverment ran by the vast minority without a constant presense and nonstop riots. It would be Iraq times 10.

          • Truth Teller

            It can be done. It’s done in Central America and the best and brightest families get to live well. So do you think the brightest and best who don’t want Islamism should break off and form their own country instead, rejecting all who would bring back that way of life?

          • Triarius

            Apples and oranges. Central America has almost nothing in common with Afghanistan. the U.S. mainly supplied armaments and intel to an already revolutionary body of people that either did or almost did make up the majority. Afghanistan does not have that. You just can’t grasp this concept.

            Why not start quoting the French Revolution, that’s just like the issue in Afghanistan as well. How about the Third Century crisis of Rome, same thing right? Lol.

          • That sounds like a fine idea, so ling as it is one of theor own countries.

          • Truth Teller

            Who do you want to kick out of America?

          • All of the Blacks, Mexicans and Muslims.

          • My country is “right” because I am here and helping pay the bills. Please remember that.

          • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

            Our elites believe that American blood is only to be spilled for the security of one, and only one, Middle Eastern people. Unfortunately for you, your people is not it. But surely you realize that this commitment of American blood is not terribly popular with Americans, and even less so for many people who visit this site. For myself I pity anyone who has to deal with savages, but if you read the remainder of this site, you will see that we have a bountiful supply to deal with ourselves.

        • Pull out and nuke the place from orbit. This is the only way to be sure.

          They had their chances and jacked every single one of them up..

          They have had a dozen years to become human, and I don’t care about them anymore. This isn’t complicated stuff.

  • Spartacus

    This is gonna turn out bad…

  • IstvanIN

    This is a truly demented idea. Can’t wait until she goes all to pieces (you know how the Taliban loves to slice and dice).

  • Alfred the Great

    This is probably the result of U.S. coercion. When Iraq rewrote its constitution, the U.S. required them to write in that at least 1/3 of their representatives in parliament be women. Hey, our government has the jack boot on our throats, why not have it on everybody else’s too.

  • ncpride

    Oh my……Just paint a big red bulls eye on this woman’s back and be done with it. Meddling in the affairs of a culture and trying to change them to fit our version of what it should be is a bad idea indeed.

    • dukem1

      Jeez. And the left used to whine about “cultural imperialism”.

      • bilderbuster

        We should send Dennis Rodman in a dress as our ” Cultural Ambassador”.

    • Truth Teller

      What about the families who don’t have that culture such as the secular elites who are often wealthier and more well educated than the families surrounding them? This is not their culture but this is imposed on them by the TYRANNICAL MAJORITY.
      Why should they have to suffer the backwardness. I find it amusing you talk about misogyny in Islamic countries but when something is done about it you freak out. You just want to not have their countries progress so you can pat yourself on the back about having a better culture.

      • ncpride

        You give me too much credit. I don’t give a hoot about Islamic countries… they should stay in theirs and out of ours. However, now that they have been allowed to flood our nations, the women cling to their backward beliefs and dress just as much as the men. Just ask a Frenchman….the Muslim women there are suing to keep their naqib, or whatever it’s called. So the idea that *I* want to hold them back, or keep them from progressing is absurd. If there are women in these Islamic countries who want change, that’s on them, not us.

      • bilderbuster

        I don’t like the Hollyweird elite shoveling their alien culture on my people either.

        • Truth Teller

          The difference is that what I’m advocating is morally correct. It’s not the same thing.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I agree. Trying to drag a Stone Age culture into the 21st century is too costly in lives and treasure.

      They should let the laws of nature settle it.

      More failed social engineering for the record books.

      • Truth Teller

        What about the ones who do want to be in the 21st century? Afghanistan was very peaceful and prosperous during the 70s. It can be done again.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          I would be willing to bet that they weren’t and it was just more of the MSM media projecting their utopian fantasies. Their leadership ruled with an iron fist (along the lines of a Saddam Hussein) which provided a façade of peace.

  • borogirl54

    I hate to say it but she will probably be killed by the Taliban.

    • Druid

      Why do you hate to say it?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Because, as bilderbuster alluded, her installation was for the purpose of creating a feminist martyr either way.

    • bilderbuster

      Maybe, but more likely she will soon move here & end up becoming a wealthy feminist icon. Write a children’s feminist/inspirational book. Go on the university lecture circuit ect…

  • bigone4u

    There’s a feminist university professor behind this stupidity. The Cultural Marxists aren’t satisfied with social engineering to destroy the US, but want to inflict themselves worldwide. It’s their narcissm and their psychopathy that drives them. When “liberated” women are murdered, though, the feminists take no responsibility for their meddling ways. Evil.

    • Truth Teller

      Evil? You are the one who talks against Islamism and now you are angry a woman from there stood up to them. You only want freedom for the US.

      • bigone4u

        The evil is the violation of Star Trek’s prime directive, which is to not interfere with alien cultures. Women’s freedom I am all for, but it needs to develop organically, not out of the meddling by stupid Western feminists who have no concept of how a culture has evolved. The idea that feminism can wave it’s magic wand over a country and transform in an instant a culture that evolved over thousands of years is naive.

        • Truth Teller

          Things don’t just develop organically. They develop after revolution and force. What about educated women from that country that come from families where Islamic extremism isn’t the culture? Not everyone within a given country has the same culture. There are upper class and more secular elites.
          Why should the brightest and best have to be held back by the rest of their countrymen just because of the idea of “non interventionism”? It won’t transform instantly but after this being forced for a few generations they will learn to
          live with it.

          • dukem1

            This is sarcasm, right?
            Otherwise, you are living in a dream world.
            “Forced for a few generations”?….Huh?

          • Truth Teller

            No it’s not sarcasm. I sincerely believe it can work if Democracy is not allowed to get in the way.

          • Jim

            Weird, isn’t it?

        • Truth Teller

          And what do you expect the women who don’t want this rule to do? Right you want them NOT to stand up for themselves so you can pat yourself on the back about your country being better.

          • ncpride

            Nonsense. No one here even suggested they should not stand up for themselves. They absolutely should, but not at our expense and interference.

      • bilderbuster

        True & if we ever get it I’ll stay here to make sure we keep it.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      And when this woman they installed in this police district gets murdered, the American Femi-Nazi professor responsible will blend into the woodwork. “Whoopsie”.

  • MartelC

    let’s see…- turn a blind eye to blatant pederasty – in fact tell US soldiers they are ‘narrow minded’ for objecting to it, and impose radical feminist agendas, turn a blind eye to Christians being oppressed, in fact ban Christian missionaries..

    And how many Americans are dying for this? How many young men’s lives wasted? How many sincere patriots have been fooled and bamboozled.

  • Truth Teller

    You all are hypocritical. You are against Islamist countries and call them backwards but get angry when people stand up to it and say enough is enough. I think you all want these countries to remain backwards and not to progress just so you can pat yourselves on the back for being better. If a majority of a country is backward, there should be action such as this so that the intelligent families and the elite families have freedom. Democracy is “dumbocracy” a lot of the time because it means rule of the stupid reactionaries.

    • ncpride

      Yet when they are allowed into White countries, they bring the same beliefs, customs and all their backwardness with them and would impose it on us as well.

      • Truth Teller

        I don’t believe in letting them immigrate. I instead believe in making the elites, the well educated, and the more secular people the top of the nation. I believe in making a country a good place to live for the people who want freedom. The people who don’t want freedom should shove it.

        • Triarius

          Install the professors and secular people into having government control by force by a foreign nation and expect those intellectuals to be dangling at the end of a rope by week’s end. You forget that not being a dvout muslim is punishable by death, and enforced. The second mistake is assuming the majority want that, they don’t.

          Btw, did having professors and secularists lead America do better or worse for us?

          • Truth Teller

            I know and am aware the majority don’t want it. The minority that do want it and have progressed should have a right to freedom. This is exactly why the force is needed. The elites can have bodyguards and others protecting them. As for the second comment, when dealing with extremists of this sort, it’s preferable to have this to push the culture to be less extreme.

          • IstvanIN

            Life isn’t fair, is it? I don’t want to live in a country over run by savages but no one listens to me, do they.

            The only good thing about the collapse of the US is that the US won’t be able to stick its nose in everyone else’s business.

          • Truth Teller

            If life isn’t fair, you fight to make it fair. Otherwise you are giving into evil.

        • IstvanIN

          You want to “make” the elites run the country? They had an elite, they overthrew their elite and outside interference has just made things worse.

          • When they overthrew that elite, they just got themselves another elite. That’s almost always what happens.

        • Jim

          You sure talk in circles. What is your point?

          • Truth Teller

            That America should promote freedom worldwide, just as it did during Cold War against the communist powers. Aren’t you glad the USSR fell because of Reagan?

    • dukem1

      No. It means mob rule. And when the mob is a critical mass of Mohammedans, well, look out, Mr. and Ms. Westerner

      • Truth Teller

        Well why are you for mob rule in this case? I think Afghanistan should get a ruler like Assad to deal with the stupid mob.

        • Triarius

          You would have civil wars nonstop and refugees flowing into the west by the hundreds of thousands. Is that what you want? While I do not agree with their social policies it IS what the majority wants. When that changes, the people there can change it themselves.

          You’ll find on here that not only are we realists on this forum, but we are also not imperialists.

          • Truth Teller

            No you wouldn’t have to take the refugees. The secular oligarchy would deal harshly with the people out of line. Why should the minority who don’t want that suffer under the majority? I suppose if the majority of the people in your country wanted to kill you or confiscate your property, you’d be OK with that because it’s what the majority wants? Sometimes the majority is stupid and the minority is right. In cases the minority is right, the minority should get what they want.

          • Triarius

            Ask our elite politicians, we would be taking the refugees, you think they ask the plebs? And you are still assuming the conservative Sunnis are the minority, not even close. As for me, I would either fight to the death in a revolution or go back to my homeland Europe, my family is recent immigrants to U.S. Still probably fight, as they should and will, when theh have the numbers. They are not close to any sort of majority currently.

  • king and slave

    Once NATO forces completely withdraw, that female police officer will be immediately gang-raped by the Taliban and put back in her place sharing her food from the dog’s bowl. Nothing will change with those filthy, dusty, backward, goat-raping Muslims over there!

    • dukem1

      100 up-votes.

    • Can we use nukes on Trashcanistan after that? If they won’t settle down, we can put them down like mad dogs.

      If I am someday your President, I’ll nuke them all within 15 minutes after taking my acceptance speech.

      Let’s see how their “jihad” works when they are all radioactive dust only slightly less valuable than they already are.

      • IstvanIN

        We shouldn’t be there, we shouldn’t bomb them or interfere with them in any way. We should leave them alone. And ship back any refugees/immigrants who may have escaped. There is nothing we need from them. Let them evolve at their own rate.

        • I don’t merely want to bomb them; I want them extinct.

          • IstvanIN

            That might have unfortunate consequences for the rest of the world.

          • That’d be too bad. Muslims and blacks feel free to wreck their own nations and then demand to move to ours! There is only one long-term solution to our dilemna.

          • IstvanIN

            But the atomic fallout…..

          • Manageable provided bombs without U-238 tertiary fission jackets are used.

          • IstvanIN

            The people downwind might disagree, like your in-laws, not to mention us!

          • Truth Teller

            What should happen to the secular intelligent people there?

          • IstvanIN

            They suffer the fate of their savage brethren I suppose. We don’t want them.

          • Truth Teller

            Why should they have to suffer? Why are the best and brightest people from countries in shambles worth less in life?

          • They were the former elites who did their best to ruin those nations.

          • Truth Teller

            The former elites didn’t ruin those nation. I have family that are very wealthy in a third world country. A few percent has the money and the rest lives in poverty. People like them get blamed for hoarding the wealth and for the poverty of those surrounding them but the thing is, families at the top work hard to get there. They shouldn’t have to have their wealth confiscated just so that some lazy person that doesn’t want to work can have more money.

          • Go back there.

          • Truth Teller

            Go back to Central America with all the guerillas and the kidnappings? You say you only care about people being civilized and not whether someone is white enough to you. What makes it OK for an elite from say Afghanistan to stay but it’s OK for your Japanese wife that was on the terrorist watch list to stay because she was from a “civilized country”. Hypocrisy.

          • I am on the Terrorist Watch List and not her. Please do not ever call me a hypocrite again. Can you imagine there just might be an excellent reason why I am on the Terrorist Watch List? I am, but I get to stay because I am 13/16 white, 3/16 American Indian and was born in Ohio to many generations of parents from what is now the United States. I get to stay at home instead of returning to prison for other reasons.

            Here I was listening to the “Mull of Kintyre” on bagpipes, and now I have to deal with this. Our nations are not yours. They never will be.

          • Truth Teller

            Give me just one reason why I shouldn’t be in America yet you and your wife stay? I am a Christian, of mostly European descent and 25% North Semite stock of a non Islamic background (The DNA calculators all say 25% Samaritan).

          • king and slave

            Dude, you’re on the wrong site!

          • I suspect they already left.

            When I watched 9/11 unfold on television, I was in the Denver County Jail. I’d been locked up 15 months, still fighting out my case. The deputies locked us down, but left the TVs on, and I could see one out of my cell window. I gave a running commentary like an old newsreel announcer for those who couldn’t get a clear view.

            We were brought sack lunches to eat in our cells, but let out for dinner. We talked about it all evening. The next evening, the deputies brought in an Arab. Conversation stopped and everyone in the unit stood up. That guy knew he was dead, and the deputies got him out of there right away. I’ve never seen anyone look so scared as that Arab and those deputies.

        • Truth Teller

          We should sent the elites to escaped back and put them into power as the new oligarchy.

          • IstvanIN

            “WE” shouldn’t do anything. Who civilized the Europeans? The Europeans. Who modernized Red China? The Chinese. People can not have something they don’t want forced down their throats unless it is by force, and when the force lets up it is all over.

  • Lewis33

    Sacrifice on the alter of diversity.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      And watch the social engineers behind it scatter like cockroaches.

  • Truth Teller

    So why should Afghan women not be allowed the same rights as Western women because of the “cultural majority”? You all say you are against the misogyny in Islamism but you all support it now because you only stand for “populism”.

    • IstvanIN

      Let there women march for women’s rights, not our soldiers!

  • Truth Teller

    Why should a country’s most intelligent have to succumb to the culture of the TYRANNICAL MAJORITY? Why should they be expected to?

    • IstvanIN

      Hey, that is what is happening in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Are you sweating over them?

      • Truth Teller

        You are so what is so different in this case?

        • IstvanIN

          Are you a muslim or an Afghan?

  • Truth Teller

    You can’t call yourself a true conservative and support the Soviet Union. If you love communism so much, move to communist Cuba.

    • PesachPatriot

      I’m definitely not a communist, but the Soviet Union was nowhere near as crazy as the government of modern day Iran….no desire to move to Cuba either….you misunderstood my point….as loathsome as the ideology of the former Soviet Union may have been, they weren’t apocalyptic suicide bombers….I’m not really a con or a lib, just a realist with my own ideas about lots of things

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Yeah, I almost miss the Cold War at this point. You had a known enemy with clear borders. These stateless enemies are tougher to fight.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Oh, but it’s sooooo ‘diverse’.

  • I used to buy food at the Turkish counter at the food court in the “Royal Randwick” shopping center near UNSW Sydney on my way home from the lab in the evenings. The Turk there used to give me free food quite frequently; whatever hadn’t been selling well that day. He had no reason to like me except that I was a regular customer.

    I completely disapprove of what Turkey did in Cyprus from 1974 and afterward, but this guy wasn’t any snake.

  • captainc

    true

  • AndrewInterrupted

    And you sound like a Truth Haydar

  • Truth Teller

    Because they genuinely converted to Christianity and wanted to be Christian but keep the faith. If they weren’t, why weren’t the original surnames Arab for instance? Why have I traced all the surnames back to that origin? Why am I scoring 25% Samaritan on the DNA tests? Before the conversion they weren’t allowed to own land. As a Muslim, you couldn’t do a lot either. You didn’t have to pay taxes but you couldn’t charge interest on a loan, you couldn’t drink, and you couldn’t gamble. You were more restricted in some ways.

  • Truth Teller

    Because their conversion was genuine and sincere. Under Islam you were more restricted in some ways despite the taxes. You couldn’t charge interest for the money you lent, you couldn’t gamble, and you couldn’t drink. Jews weren’t allowed to own their own land before 1873.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    That, and when the walls came down, they started sending our jobs to all those places (China).

  • Truth Teller

    Because it was genuine.

  • rebelcelt

    I would not hang around this woman as her life expectancy is not good. I would not want to be collateral damage.

  • Truth Teller

    There are 2 truth tellers on this site. I used the name first. I’m the French, English, Irish one from California who lived in Germany for 3 years. I don’t believe in God or go to church but I am very, very proud of my Christian heritage. I am anti Zionist because of the 90 percent Jewish attorney’s names in every anti White lawsuit from Brown vs Topeka on.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    What man’s character assassin is another man’s objective journalist.