Operation SEARCHLIGHT

Bengali rape victim

The Pakistani soldiers sent to ‘liberate’ Bangladesh were under orders to purify the country by impregnating the Bengali women with “muslim fetuses.”

The woman in the photo may have been fortunate in that someone for some reason appears to be trying to save her.

The Pakistan military set up ‘rape camps’ in which women were serially raped for months to both degrade their culture and for troop morale. The women who survived the rape camps were considered defiled and without status. Many were killed.

Here as in East Timor we have proof positive of muslims conducting genocide in the modern era, but only Israel and America are bad.

Next: The Rape of Nanking.

78 thoughts on “Operation SEARCHLIGHT

    1. No, then the horrors would really begin.

      Everything the coasts and their satellite cities are convulsed over now pales in comparison to this barbarity. CSL derided the “prewar [both world wars] wishful thinking about politics” and hoped that we’d avoid that trap when it came to religion. Unfortunately, dear Jack, we certainly haven’t.

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  1. At some point, it has to be asked: considering how much some Americans hate America and love Islam, why don’t they just move to an Islamic country? They have many to choose from.

    Seriously. Considering how much the antifa and blm types hate America, I am more than ready to tell them to GTFO.

    Professional historians have pretty much written this genocide out of history, for political reasons. We cannot continue to tolerate these traitors in our midst.

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    1. “We cannot continue to tolerate these traitors in our midst.”

      We do more than tolerate them, JaC; we allow them to earn advanced degrees in prison (Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn) and pay them to rewrite history, while inculcating self-loathing and hatred of the country in those they ‘teach’…Sickening!

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    2. Many of the elite fascists among us have repeatedly *threatened* quite theatrically to leave the USA; have they *done* it? No. Their bone-deep hypocrisy prevents them from acting on their pronouncements: and prevents us from paying them any attention.

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      1. We have ignored them for far too long: they should be invited in no uncertain terms to GTFO and not come back. If America is as bad as they say it is, they should leave. We should tell them that, often.

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        1. Words are easy and cheap, JaC; we need to tax them to the last penny, boycott their output, and escort them to the plane – on the way to Venezuela, etc.

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          1. tax them so that we can ship them abroad – one way – and begin to dismantle/rebuild the institutions they’ve infected….Let me think some more….

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          2. I suppose you can, if you so choose, and if the progs don’t class me as ‘unproductive’ and euthanize me first. Just trying to put their money where their mouths are…Better solution?

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          3. Words are not easy and cheap, Nanda. If they were, we wouldn’t be in this situation. I suspect that most people agree with us, and that will be clear in November, but right now, many are afraid to speak out. Because speaking the truth at this moment in time is very difficult and can be astronomically expensive.

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          4. Easy in the sense that conservatives have talked family values, self-sufficiency, balanced budgets, and patriotism for decades – and *caved*. Hence, easy and cheap, friend.

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          5. To paraphrase Hypatia, where are our (right minded Americans) minutemen? I suppose the millennials think gramma & grampa should be the first on the front lines.

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          6. Gram, Gramp, Auntie, & Uncle, too…Though, I’ve gotta say, my 2020 accounting grad niece -who calls “cancel culture” *complain culture* – is in there swinging.

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          7. point taken. How able would folks be to become self-employed/freelance? Would the new job have to be “white collar, white cuffs”? These goons may scream about what was wrong 60 or 400 years ago; can they fix a leaky faucet, etc.? No ma’am. Those jobs will become ‘gold gloves’, if they aren’t already. (Mike Rowe was on with Tucker C. last week.)

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          8. “Who owns the so called ‘freedom of speech’ in the US of A?”

            Whoever signs your paycheck. People are being fired for saying very innocuous things: it is ridiculous.

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          9. “Easy in the sense that conservatives have talked family values, self-sufficiency, balanced budgets, and patriotism for decades – and *caved*. Hence, easy and cheap, friend.”

            No, Nanda, not easy. Not cheap. The “conservatives” who have been talking for decades-whom we have been paying to talk for decades-mostly turned on us when Trump came along. Our trust in them was misplaced.

            For someone who is a professional conservative living in D.C. and making sure to never say anything that will really offend leftists, then talk is easy and cheap, I suppose. For most people, it isn’t. It could mean losing a job, it will almost certainly mean losing friends and family members-maybe all of them. Not easy, not cheap.

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          10. Sorry, JaC, not buying it; if principles don’t *cost* “our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor”, they’re slogans on bumper stickers, not principles. It’s a continuum of lost friendships to lost livelihoods, grant you, but we can’t keep playing pass the buck and kick the can….We’ve gotta start somewhere – and we can’t trust DC to do it. I know, big words from me, but choosing to get out of bed when society thinks I have no ‘quality of life’ is a start; and without my posse here, the choice would be harder to make, I assure you. “Still in the fight” even if it’s verbal pompoms from the sidelines. 🙂

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          11. “America is, as of now, declared officially too stupid to survive.”

            Well, but. There is a reason why the Founders wanted ballots to be secret: there have always been people who for whatever reason do not want to speak their minds publicly. That’s ok. I feel that because my income is not at stake, I have a special responsibility to speak out.

            I don’t believe that America is too stupid to survive. All of this started very suddenly, very recently, and people are still blindsided by it and in a state of shock. When the dust settles, America will still be here, and we will be free again.

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          12. This ‘started’ in NY, DC, Chicago, Minneapolis, etc. decades ago, when the Demoncrats ‘benefits culture’ made dependents out of minorities, whose votes had been very effectively bought, It simmers in those places constantly, and boils over every couple of years. I’m sure the extent and involvement of entitled red diaper babies is new, but the phenomenon is not. We’ll get the dust settled, breathe a sigh of relief, apply window-dressing, and wait for next time….

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          13. Good luck getting out of this civil war unscathed. I mean all of America, not any one individual. Some have already been killed – oui? My understanding the KIA are mainly law enforcement types on duty and automobile operators in the wrong place at the wrong time. What am I missing?

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          14. Don’t forget the kids playing on their front porches/in their front yards, the father who was walking his child to school in broad daylight; shot in a drive-by as the little one watched….”BLM” is political theater, as long as these black lives don’t matter to their fellow blacks. Ditto for others of color.

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          15. “How able would folks be to become self-employed/freelance?”

            We have to start calling the Ivy League types what they are: they are traitors. They have sold their souls and their country down the river. We should also for the most part stop sending our kids to college, unless they want be doctors or something like that: stop supporting the den of inequity that higher education has become.

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          16. Traitor would be a badge of honor to them. We have to find a word that will humiliate them….Publicly shame them; they want Chmn. Mao, lets find a way to give them a taste: Paging Franz Kafka….Maybe a living situation like Patrick McGoohan in 1967’s “The Prisoner”? Something to burst their coastal bubble. Then, off to Venezuela, after their self-satisfaction has totally evaporated…..Hmmmm.

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          17. “Sorry, JaC, not buying it; if principles don’t *cost* “our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor”, they’re slogans on bumper stickers, not principles. It’s a continuum of lost friendships to lost livelihoods, grant you, but we can’t keep playing pass the buck and kick the can….”

            Our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor sounds expensive to me, Nanda. Nowadays, putting a conservative bumper sticker on your care takes guts: I doubt that someone lacking in principle would do it.

            I have lost the bubble here. Obviously, I am not saying that we should give up: you said that talk is easy and cheap, I disagreed with you, and now we are onto fortunes and sacred honor. I think the Founders knew better than anyone that talk is neither easy nor cheap. I have no idea what you are saying here.

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          18. Also, and more importantly, “We” didn’t pass the buck or kick the can down the road: our paid representatives in D.C. did that, we didn’t.

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        2. “We elected them, perhaps a bit too uncritically, so, yes, in effect, we did….”

          They lied to us, Nanda. They totally betrayed us. They are guilty, we are innocent, of this particular charge, anyway. “Conservatives” such as Mitt Romney are weasels, there is no “we” here.

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    1. “On the other hand, what if everyone obeyed the Bible’s ‘Golden Rule?’ Would that have a positive outcome on Planet Earth?”

      Roger that, ST!

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        1. No question. Judeo-Christianity, it seems alone among its surrounding cultures regards women as human beings, not chattel. (Regardless of the contrary *actions* of those who may profess this belief, of course.)

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          1. And yet another reason to be suspicious of the motives of Muslim women in free societies who clamor for more mosques and Sharia law in Western Civilization.

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    1. The vast majority of Americans have never heard your voice, because somebody somewhere didn’t want them to. Please, please don’t conflate a few strange websites with all of America: America doesn’t deserve that. 🙂

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        1. When the dust settles, it is very possible that we will look back on this and realize that it was a blessing in disguise. For one thing, this business of leftists refusing to be friends with those who will not obey them is going to free up a lot of people and a lot of energy. I feel liberated already: I was raised to be respectful of everyone, and I always tried to be polite (didn’t always succeed, lol, but tried) and not place too much emphasis on politics. I feel like I am finally free to say what I really think. I suspect that I am not the only one who feels this way.

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        2. Only if you consume media – in nearly any form, ST. If it yells, screams, vandalizes, while videographing on a smartphone, and eat vegan wraps and/or sip designer coffee from logo-bearing cardboard cups. Many people are living lives, earning paychecks, practicing random acts of kindness, learning, loving, growing, praying, creating opportunity, etc., etc. You’re not seeing them at the moment because they don’t get clicks/generate ad revenue…..

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          1. I rarely use social media platforms anymore, only watch Brett Baier – and occasionally Tucker Carlson. I read the WSJ – and make sure I do the crossword. So much better!

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          2. The latest part of Mere Christianity is in process. He still wrote faster than I type.😁 “What Christians Believe” is up next. “How Christians Behave” – more particular discussion of living out Christianity in daily life – follows. Then, to finish, Lewis adds discussion of Freudian psychology (bunk), and other topics that go beyond the earlier lectures, to finish the book. What of the rest would be enjoyable? Would you rather move into Jack’s own story? I sure don’t wanna bore you or anyone else.

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          3. Por supuesto, hermano….I’m working on the next installment of “Mere Christianity” now….Stay tuned.

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          4. Actually, Nanda is right here. The vast majority of people in the vast majority of places are carrying on as we always have: Antifa and BLM only go to places where they know they won’t face any resistance. This means that they don’t go to most places. When they do go somewhere, the media makes a huge deal about it, and the cameras are always on them, but for most people, life is normal, except for COVID, and life is even becoming more normal on that score too.

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  2. Here is your answer, D’Nanda. It is the same one I’ve been giving you since day one on L!: Term limits for Congressmen and one must be alive to vote in federal elections.

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    1. Yup. You’d think it would be easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy, wouldn’t you? Maybe too hard for folks who run to be “politicians” not “public servants” on both sides of the aisle. (But, wouldn’t a continual round of newcomers give careerist staffers more leverage than we want? How do we avoid this pitfall?)

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        1. De veras, hermano? Or do we make newcomers bring their own staffs; working 9 months, home working your real job for 3, maybe? Citizen-statesmen: What a concept!

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  3. We do continue to elect them into high office. Shame on us and why there has to be some qualification (my initial step is all voters must be breathing) to vote. Make all the ballots only in English – maybe that too?

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      1. Liz the answer to your question is because Americans want to be the nice guy. We have all been too silent and too polite for too long now. One cannot play ‘nice guy’ and tell the truth at the same time. I am not a ‘nice-guy’ krap

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      1. British imperialism promoted Civil War – even before WW1. A divide and conquer imperialism. When the British promoted Pakistan as an independent country, it included Bangladesh as part of Pakistan. The similarity to the EU attempt to divide the tiny Jewish state should immediately raise red flags.

        Gandhi agreed to this division, just as did likewise Ben-Gurion. Great Power imperialism promoted war in the name of peace. But WW2 knocked the Europeans off the pedestal “White Man’s Burden”. The empires of Britain and France collapsed after WW2. These 2nd rate powers no longer called the shots. Still the damage of their imperialism — like ripples on the pond, they continue – long after the initial impact by the rock.

        The Hindu and Muslims made a voluntary population transfer which forced Gandhi to go on a hunger strike to protest the violence. The Arabs unilaterally rejected the UN 2 state proposal. Muslims got their country and Arabs became stateless refugees without a country. Europe demands that Israel pretend that Arabs agreed to partition. So generous of them! NOT.

        India and Pakistan/Bangladesh fought 5 wars. Bangladesh revolted and gained Independence from Pakistan. Political anarchy still dominates the society of Bangladesh.

        So to answer directly your question. The dispute between Hindu and Muslim – none of Europe’s business. Butt out ass holes let the people of the region resolve their own internal affairs without Europe. Gandhi supported a Pakistan Muslim state, but he would have preferred the unification of India.

        During the War years England imprisoned Gandhi, together with virtually all the leaders of the Indian Congress Party. By contrast Britain gave Jinnah freedom to promote his separatist Pakistan from India movement. European imperialism has no neutrality. It declared neutrality during the Arab/Israeli wars of 1948 and 1967. But immediately thereafter sought to force Israel to surrender the lands which it recaptured from the Jordanians and Egyptians. European “neutrality” exists only as rhetoric propaganda.

        Would Jinnah have succeeded to promote his separatist policies had Gandhi and the Congress leadership suffered imprisonment by the British? I do not know. Pure speculation one way or the other. But the hatred which British imperialism stirred up, clearly merits disgust and total condemnation.

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  4. Long back I read the book ‘Blood Telegram’ by Garry J Bass. It had the gory details of how the whole world chose to ignore the genocide in Bangladesh. It was the saddest day in human history. Paki army killed and raped millions of Bangladeshis, mostly Hindus. Everyone remembers the Holocaust but almost a similar number of people were deprived of human dignity and butchered in Bangladesh, and no one flinched. I still wonder how Pakistanis still get a good night’s sleep.

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