Thursday, 18 August 2016


Aid workers infected with AIDS?

This is a picture of a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) aid worker, taken at the organization's hospital in Juba, South Sudan. She looks like the typical White, Western, liberal cuck, who postpones having her own kids to instead look after those of an entirely alien people, who are outbreeding us, just so she can morally signal off it and feel somehow important.

The good news, at least for the individual here, is that this photo was taken over two years ago, so there is a fairly good chance that she is no longer in South Sudan right now, from where reports have just emerged of mass gang rapes committed by South Sudanese solders, including rapes of foreign female aid workers. The attacks happened last month, so you may be wondering why the delay in reporting this atrocity? But, of course, we all know the answer to that—negative stereotypes must be stopped at all costs. But back to what actually happened...

Most Western female aid workers, after they have shown up in whatever Third World shithole serves their purpose and done their "Great White Mother" act, and signalled about it enough to their friends back home, grow tired of the flies and stench, and return to their White middle-class comforts. If this young woman has done that, she has been spared the horrors of what happened in the town of Juba:
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.
Although Sudan has an AIDS infection rate of around 3% for the age group 15-49—much lower than South Africa's 18-20%—much of this is concentrated near Juba, the capital and also the place where the attacks happened. There is a pretty good chance, therefore, that that many of the soldiers committing the rapes were HIV positive. The chance of an aid worker escaping infection after being raped by 15 Africans or more is not particularly good.

South Sudanese soldiers.
But will this dissuade "ideologically pozzed" young White women from going to Africa to look after another race's population explosion, instead of helping to stave off their own race's extinction?

I think we know the answer to that. Sadly, no. In fact, African societies, including South Sudan have to beat them off with a stick. Two years ago, the South Sudanese government even passed a law, limiting the number of foreigners that aid agencies operating in the country could employ to 20%. Although presumably a way to limit capital outflow, this law was undoubtedly responsible for reducing the number of Western women vulnerable to rape by ill-disciplined Sudanese military.

But what exactly causes this weird tendency of Western women to go on extremely dangerous "moral safaris" like this? Some of them, no doubt, are inspired by a misplaced feminism, telling them that they are the equal to any man, and can brave similar dangers. For others, it will be a kind of moral narcissism. But also, for idealistic young women from the de facto atheist and materialist West, there is a need for some kind of spiritual fulfilment, through taking on what they mis-perceive as a "moral purpose." This can lead them down strange roads in order to fill the vacuum.

For these reasons, we can't expect this outbreak of savagery to change things much. Common sense is powerless against strong emotional and psychological drivers. In the same way that some gays pride themselves on being "pozzed" by their sexual partners—i.e being infected with HIV through gay sex—we can expect aid workers infected with AIDS by these rapists to assume a similarly perverse pride in their misfortune.


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