UN Sending Hybrid Peacekeeping Force to Darfur

Jessica Valenti passes on word that, “The United Nations, the Sudanese Government, the African Union (AU) and the League of Arab States (LAS) have agreed to deploy a hybrid UN-AU peacekeeping force to Darfur in an effort to end violence in the region.”

Good luck with that.

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Comments

  1. Dave Schuler says:

    Let’s see. When you breed a creature of one kind to a creature of a completely different species and the offspring are creatures different from either parent but having the characteristics of both, that’s a hybrid, right? No good can come of this.

  2. legion says:

    I dunno. Will it run on corn-based fuel, hydrogen, or batteries?

    Oh wait…

  3. So it will molest children while looting or loot while molesting children?

    Imagine how the liberal’s head would explode if the US military had as much child prostitution associated with its deployment in Iraq as the UN peacekeepers do and the world just ignored it and kow tow to the US.