As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
The world of image Obama raging against United States Gun Owners is fascinating in Charleston South Carolina in the weeding out of a more popular black man in his Church. It notes that the Obama White House views the world in these terms:
Politically 9 black people shot to death by an Obamachurian Candidate, being a white kid are more politically attractive than 129 children in South Sudan who someone has been castrating and raping the entire lot of these black children......with NO RESPONSE from the Obama image.
White gunman caught in killing of 9 in historic black church
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• UNICEF: 129 children killed in South Sudan fighting in May
If you Obama voters require a little history lesson..........South Sudan was created to get oil, and it was John Kerry under Hillary Clinton who brokered this deal, placing both sides in power, and leaving the Saddam Hitler Islamist of North Sudan free and not prosecuted for crimes against humanity.
Yes the same Obama and Kerry were raping the Religious Freedom of Ugandans over sodomy just a few months ago......Black Ugandans, but that is just fine in Obamaworld.
Let us pause and remember all of these real events, in the South Carolina events are too staged to not have had Obama assistance as Eric Holder was shipping in black panthers to burn down Ferguson Missouri.
Can not one of you rich people donate that 350,000 dollars or do you think you are going to get news like this from your Obama press who are lying to you again about events, and never mention that image Obama does not give a damn about coming out and protesting for Blacks in Africa, but instead it is his Kerry forces attacking them and setting up a system which rewards the Hitler's of Africa.
129 children raped, castrated and murdered in the very nation of South Sudan which Obama and Kerry founded for oil sales, and image Obama says NOT ONE WORD........but it is all image Obama huffing and puffing when it is 9 blacks in liberal America.......yes the value of them blacks is different in the Obama political market.
Excite News - UNICEF: 129 children killed in South Sudan fighting in MayJUBA, South Sudan (AP) — At least 129 children were killed, with boys castrated and girls raped, during a government offensive against rebels last month in South Sudan, according to the U.N. children's agency.
South Sudanese military spokesman, Col. Philip Aguer, on Thursday questioned the credibility of the report, saying it is not in South Sudanese culture to commit such atrocities and has called for a full investigation.
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake said in a statement Wednesday that survivors reported that boys were castrated and left to bleed out, while girls were gang raped and killed.
Other children were thrown into burning buildings, he said, adding that the killings took place over three weeks in May in Unity state.
"In the name of humanity and common decency this violence against the innocent must stop," Lake said.
Leila Zerrougui, the U.N. special representative for children in armed conflict, told the U.N. Security Council on Thursday that "in one instance, young boys who did not manage to escape an attack on their village, were reportedly tied together with one role and their throats were slit."
She said "these heinous crimes fly in the face of numerous commitments by all parties in South Sudan to stop violations against children."
Zerrougui called on the international community, especially the African Union and the Security Council, "to take concerted action to protect these children, who have grown up surrounded by violence and insecurity."
UNICEF had reported in May that dozens of children were targeted, citing witnesses who said those responsible were armed groups aligned with South Sudan's military.
South Sudan has been fighting rebels led by the former deputy president since December 2013, when a split among the armed forces in the capital, Juba, later escalated in bloody violence across the country.
Watchdog groups have accused both sides of carrying out serious rights abuses against civilians.
Associated Press Writer Edith M. Lederer contributed to this report from the United Nations
This story has been corrected to show that UNICEF's Executive Director Anthony Lake issued a statement and did not speak in New York.