And The Point Was?

So after ten years and, what, 2,200 dead US Soldiers and oh a trillion dollars or so pissed away here’s what our Nation Building efforts have yielded

Twelve years after the Taliban was ousted from power Afghanistan is planning to reintroduce public stoning as punishment for adultery, according to a new draft penal code.

The move has shocked human rights campaigners and will dismay donors who have poured billions of pounds into the country for reconstruction.

It will be viewed as another backwards step at the end of a year that has seen women’s rights undermined, with a slew of legislation and murders of prominent women.

Human Rights Watch called for international donors to withhold funding if the government went ahead with the plan.

… The draft – devised by a working group led by the Justice Ministry and parts of which have been obtained by The Telegraph – states that unmarried adulterers should be subject to 100 lashes. If they are married, the punishment is stoning in a public place.

You know, quite coincidently I just so happen to have a plan too.

It calls for reacquanting any nation that treats women like it’s the 12th Century with the Enola Gay.

6 Responses to “And The Point Was?”

  1. Syd B. says:

    Makes the left’s repeated references to the GOP’s “war on women” seem pretty stupid, doesn’t it. Where’s the reaction from women’s groups on this development?

  2. Julie says:

    What irony – today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

  3. Gunslinger says:

    The only way to deal with cancerous growths is eradication. You just can’t make cancer cells into healthy cells.

  4. nancy says:

    it seems we haven’t won hearts and minds either :/

  5. Kathy Kinsley says:

    What Gunslinger said. Kill the warlords (oh, they call themselves religious leaders, but they are warlords). Keep killing them until there are no more left.
    Or leave, and promise to turn them into a lake of glass if they shelter anymore people who wish to attack the US.

    They only respect the strong horse.

  6. Greg Newsom says:

    Karzai doesn’t even have bodyguards from his native land.
    After 11 years, he still uses American bodyguards.He doesn’t run Afghanistan anymore than
    Petain ran France in the 1940s

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