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Ghazni, Afghanistan. Boys in the village, victims of American 'democracy-exporting' foreign policy. Photo credit: The Chuqur Studio

CIA bribed pro-American Afghan warlords with Viagra to rape boys

The Taliban gained ground in Afghanistan by exposing male rape and pedophilia, rife among pro-American Afghans. "Honey traps" were set up by boys sent in by Taliban commanders to kill Afghan policemen.

Published: August 20, 2021, 1:58 pm

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    AFP reported on how many crippling insider attacks on police in southern Afghanistan were mounted successfully by exploiting the pervasive practice of bacha bazi. These young spies infiltrated security forces linked to the US side and killed several high-ranking officials.

    The rape of boys is prevalent across Afghanistan, especially in the province of Uruzgan, where “boys without beards” are objects of lust for powerful police commanders. In less than two years, at least six attacks were launched, killing hundreds of policemen, according to security and judicial officials in the province.

    “The Taliban are sending boys — beautiful boys, handsome boys — to penetrate checkpoints and kill, drug and poison policemen,” confirmed Uruzgan’s police chief but he was soon removed “in a security reshuffle” for speaking the truth. “They have figured out the biggest weakness of police forces — bacha bazi,” he told AFP.

    In 2019, a US-supported paedophile ring involved in the abuse of at least 546 boys from six schools was uncovered in Afghanistan’s Logar province. Those who had tried to speak out, were murdered according to the campaigners who first discovered videos of abuse posted to a Facebook page.

    Tablet Mag has now reported on how these aging warlords maintained their taste for boys: “The reality is that America lost its war in Afghanistan more than a decade ago, roughly around the time when CIA officers began bribing aging warlords with Viagra. The Americans knew all about the young boys the tribal leaders kept in their camps; because the sex drug helped Afghan elders rape more boys more often, they were beholden to America’s clandestine service.”

    The father of an American soldier killed in Afghanistan had described to the New York Times how his son could hear Afghan police officers sexually abusing boys they had brought to the base.

    The Marine’s father, Gregory Buckley recounted the conversation with his son. His son told him: “At night we can hear them screaming, but we’re not allowed to do anything about it.”  The son was shot to death at the base in 2012 after he was urged by his dad to tell his superiors. “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.”

    Former Canadian soldier Tyrel Braaten said that during his tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2006, he also witnessed Afghan interpreters bringing young boys inside buildings at Forward Operating Base Wilson, a remote Canadian base outside Kandahar. The boys were then sodomized by the interpreters and Afghan soldiers, Braaten said. Other Canadian soldiers had also complained to chaplains and military medical personnel that officers told them not to get involved because the sodomy was tantamount to “cultural differences”, suggesting that this human right abuse was wide-spread and known to the “values-based” and “democracy-exporting” US-led mission.

    Similarly, British forces were advised by a military study that paedophilia was widespread and culturally accepted in southern Afghanistan. Older, powerful men boosted their social status by raping boys, Fox News reported in 2010.

    Patricia Gossman, associate Asia director at Human Rights Watch, confirmed that powerful pro-American Afghans had been dabbling in this perversion: “There is impunity for child rape because very often the perpetrators are powerful men in the military, police, or other official institutions. Even though the practice has been criminalised, the law too often goes unenforced.”

    These warlords quickly surrendered to the Taliban, suggesting that the CIA’s method of “winning hearts and minds” was once again quite shortsighted.

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