Americans’ pleas for help in Sudan ignored

Obama ushered in a new age of evil.  Hillary Clinton will follow suit.  Here’s a recent snapshot of just how depraved things have become (as if we need more examples).

The AP recently reported on a four-hour rampage of violence directed against Americans (and others) in South Sudan when Sudanese troops attacked a residential compound last month.

The soldier pointed his AK-47 at the female aid worker and gave her a choice.

“Either you have sex with me, or we make every man here rape you and then we shoot you in the head,” she remembers him saying.

She didn't really have a choice. By the end of the evening, she had been raped by 15 South Sudanese soldiers.

The bloody attack singled out Americans as men, women, and at least one teenage girl were raped.  People were forced to watch the execution of a local journalist.  Some were beaten with fists, belts, and the butts of guns.  Many were robbed.  Some were tortured.  One man had bullets fired at his feet and near his head, after which time soldiers said: “You tell your embassy how we treated you.”  The man managed to make his way to the U.N. compound to ask for help.

To no avail.

The AP report continued:

The building shook as soldiers shot at the metal door and pried metal bars off windows for more than an hour, said residents. Once inside, the soldiers started ransacking the rooms and assaulting people they found. [snip]

After about an hour and a half, the soldiers broke into the bathroom. They shot through the door, said Jesse Bunch, an American contractor who was hit in the leg.

“We kill you! We kill you!” the soldiers shouted, according to a Western woman in the bathroom. “They would shoot up at the ceiling and say, ‘Do you want to die?’ and we had to answer ‘No!’”

The soldiers then pulled people out one by one. One woman said she was sexually assaulted by multiple men. Another Western woman said soldiers beat her with fists and threatened her with their guns when she tried to resist. She said five men raped her.

From the start of the attack, those inside the Terrain compound sent messages pleading for help by text and Facebook messages and emails.

“All of us were contacting whoever we could contact. The U.N., the U.S. embassy, contacting the specific battalions in the U.N., contacting specific departments,” said the woman raped by 15 men.

Although U.N. peacekeeping forces were stationed less than a mile away, they ignored pleas for help.  So did embassies, including the U.S. Embassy.  Eventually, South Sudanese security forces rescued most of the female Westerners and many others.

Sickening doesn’t even begin to describe this.  But if readers can stomach a slight detour related to this tale, please read on.

Among the “refugees” (aka colonizers) the left is so eager to import (more of) are the Sudanese.  As such, I’d like to give readers another snapshot of where Sudan meets America: Twin Falls, Idaho.  You know, Twin Falls.  Where the rape of women and girls by Muslim savages has begun, where the victims are vilified, and where our new friends from North Africa and the Middle East are protected.

In fact, the protection of and pandering to these newly arrived invaders know no bounds, including employers being incentivized to hire them.  But if they’re going to hire them, in the P.C. world in which we now live, they need to brush up on their cultural competence because, Lord knows, we certainly don’t want to expect any of these folks to actually assimilate, right?!  (Not that I even believe they can.  It’s hopeless.  Just don’t bring them here.  Period.)

So a shiny new brochure was created to help employers navigate the waters of third-world war-torn countries with cultural norms so far removed from our own that it’s simply breathtaking.

Here’s a taste of the suicidal madness, summarized from a Breitbart report.

Prospective employers are given overarching tips such as the likelihood that many refugees suffer from post‐traumatic stress disorder, which may be triggered by interviews or meetings because these events may be reminiscent of torture or interrogation sessions.  Employers are also reminded that they will need to stress how critical it will be for new employees to be on time for work since many of the newly arrived have a dramatically different sense of time from Westerners'.

In addition to broad guidelines, the brochure also breaks down what to do and what not to do based on specific cultures.  The thrust is not that “refugees” should assimilate to our culture, but instead that we must understand their cultural norms and accommodate them accordingly.

So in the case of Sudanese, employers are told that, among other things, this group does not accept the concept of “no,” and they will also need help managing time and making decisions.  When dealing with people from Eritrea, prospective employers are urged to avoid eye contact as a sign of reverence.  Dealing with Iraqis, a man should not inquire into how an Iraqi man’s wife is.  When dealing with Afghans, the stakes are even higher, because any expression by a man of concern about female relatives will be perceived as rude at best, or an occasion for the Afghan to seek revenge at worst.

And on and on it goes.

The state of affairs we find ourselves in is sickening and shameful.  It’s criminal, really.  Our nation is being pulled down, our communities are being destroyed, and our lives are being put at risk.

We must make our voices heard every single day.  And without fail on Election Day.

Hat tip: Atlas Shrugs, Front Page Magazine

Obama ushered in a new age of evil.  Hillary Clinton will follow suit.  Here’s a recent snapshot of just how depraved things have become (as if we need more examples).

The AP recently reported on a four-hour rampage of violence directed against Americans (and others) in South Sudan when Sudanese troops attacked a residential compound last month.

The soldier pointed his AK-47 at the female aid worker and gave her a choice.

“Either you have sex with me, or we make every man here rape you and then we shoot you in the head,” she remembers him saying.

She didn't really have a choice. By the end of the evening, she had been raped by 15 South Sudanese soldiers.

The bloody attack singled out Americans as men, women, and at least one teenage girl were raped.  People were forced to watch the execution of a local journalist.  Some were beaten with fists, belts, and the butts of guns.  Many were robbed.  Some were tortured.  One man had bullets fired at his feet and near his head, after which time soldiers said: “You tell your embassy how we treated you.”  The man managed to make his way to the U.N. compound to ask for help.

To no avail.

The AP report continued:

The building shook as soldiers shot at the metal door and pried metal bars off windows for more than an hour, said residents. Once inside, the soldiers started ransacking the rooms and assaulting people they found. [snip]

After about an hour and a half, the soldiers broke into the bathroom. They shot through the door, said Jesse Bunch, an American contractor who was hit in the leg.

“We kill you! We kill you!” the soldiers shouted, according to a Western woman in the bathroom. “They would shoot up at the ceiling and say, ‘Do you want to die?’ and we had to answer ‘No!’”

The soldiers then pulled people out one by one. One woman said she was sexually assaulted by multiple men. Another Western woman said soldiers beat her with fists and threatened her with their guns when she tried to resist. She said five men raped her.

From the start of the attack, those inside the Terrain compound sent messages pleading for help by text and Facebook messages and emails.

“All of us were contacting whoever we could contact. The U.N., the U.S. embassy, contacting the specific battalions in the U.N., contacting specific departments,” said the woman raped by 15 men.

Although U.N. peacekeeping forces were stationed less than a mile away, they ignored pleas for help.  So did embassies, including the U.S. Embassy.  Eventually, South Sudanese security forces rescued most of the female Westerners and many others.

Sickening doesn’t even begin to describe this.  But if readers can stomach a slight detour related to this tale, please read on.

Among the “refugees” (aka colonizers) the left is so eager to import (more of) are the Sudanese.  As such, I’d like to give readers another snapshot of where Sudan meets America: Twin Falls, Idaho.  You know, Twin Falls.  Where the rape of women and girls by Muslim savages has begun, where the victims are vilified, and where our new friends from North Africa and the Middle East are protected.

In fact, the protection of and pandering to these newly arrived invaders know no bounds, including employers being incentivized to hire them.  But if they’re going to hire them, in the P.C. world in which we now live, they need to brush up on their cultural competence because, Lord knows, we certainly don’t want to expect any of these folks to actually assimilate, right?!  (Not that I even believe they can.  It’s hopeless.  Just don’t bring them here.  Period.)

So a shiny new brochure was created to help employers navigate the waters of third-world war-torn countries with cultural norms so far removed from our own that it’s simply breathtaking.

Here’s a taste of the suicidal madness, summarized from a Breitbart report.

Prospective employers are given overarching tips such as the likelihood that many refugees suffer from post‐traumatic stress disorder, which may be triggered by interviews or meetings because these events may be reminiscent of torture or interrogation sessions.  Employers are also reminded that they will need to stress how critical it will be for new employees to be on time for work since many of the newly arrived have a dramatically different sense of time from Westerners'.

In addition to broad guidelines, the brochure also breaks down what to do and what not to do based on specific cultures.  The thrust is not that “refugees” should assimilate to our culture, but instead that we must understand their cultural norms and accommodate them accordingly.

So in the case of Sudanese, employers are told that, among other things, this group does not accept the concept of “no,” and they will also need help managing time and making decisions.  When dealing with people from Eritrea, prospective employers are urged to avoid eye contact as a sign of reverence.  Dealing with Iraqis, a man should not inquire into how an Iraqi man’s wife is.  When dealing with Afghans, the stakes are even higher, because any expression by a man of concern about female relatives will be perceived as rude at best, or an occasion for the Afghan to seek revenge at worst.

And on and on it goes.

The state of affairs we find ourselves in is sickening and shameful.  It’s criminal, really.  Our nation is being pulled down, our communities are being destroyed, and our lives are being put at risk.

We must make our voices heard every single day.  And without fail on Election Day.

Hat tip: Atlas Shrugs, Front Page Magazine