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Default Kids from Afghanistan - 12-03-2011, 06:13 PM

They all have got the Gand/Yakhan.
marines talk to little Afghanistan kids. - YouTube

how to prank an afghani kid - YouTube

Afghan Kids with silly string - YouTube

Afghan Shocker- Teachin Em' Young - YouTube
Crazy Afghan Kids - YouTube
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Zabul (i used to play this aswell)
Kid with Tire_0001.wmv - YouTube
Talking to afgan kids - YouTube
Im going to shoot him(wt...)
I'm going to shoot him - YouTube

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Default 12-04-2011, 07:16 AM

They look at our children as if they are animals. What I notice in these videos is how venerable our people are to the ideas and thinking these men from the "1st world" represent. I don't think these technologically superior soldiers view them as human beings. At least no equal.
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