Children were thrown to hungry crocodiles

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Lets do this too

Dallas, TX

#1 Jul 16, 2014
This a great idea to get rid of our spooks

'I did not respect our traditions, so they killed my babies': Agony of Ethiopian mother whose 15 'cursed' children were thrown to hungry crocodiles by tribal elders
Buko Balguda's 15 children were declared cursed or 'mingi' by Karo village elders and murdered at birth
Mingi children are thought to bring the village bad luck and are killed by being thrown to crocs or left in the bush
Reasons for being declared mingi include being illegitimate, being a twin and having upper teeth that develop first
Although outlawed by the Ethiopian government, an estimated 300 children still die this way each year

By Ruth Styles

Published: 06:37 EST, 16 July 2014 | Updated: 08:42 EST, 16 July 2014

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-269...
CROCS Luv Bite Sized Kids

Palos Hills, IL

#2 Jul 16, 2014
Up to age 7 the kids are very tasty, crocs luv'em so do the local natives.
We should send some of our Violent THUGS over there for "food Purposes".
KidsTasteGood-As kACroc

Palos Hills, IL

#3 Jul 19, 2014
If feeding kids to crocs in underdeveloped countries then there is more food etc. left for the stronger people. It's the natural way. The strong survive the weak pass to oblivion as it should be. Many species (which idiot greenie/treehuggers try to save) go extinct slow or fast but they leave cuz they are not strong or smart enough to compete. They leave,
it's how it should be.
KidsRBiteSizedLu vdByCrocs

Palos Hills, IL

#4 Jul 23, 2014
Up to age 7 the kids are very tasty, crocs luv'em so do the local natives.
We should send some of our Violent THUGS over there for "food Purposes".
If feeding kids to crocs in underdeveloped countries then there is more food etc. left for the stronger people. It's the natural way. The strong survive the weak pass to oblivion as it should be. Many species (which idiot greenie/treehuggers try to save) go extinct slow or fast but they leave cuz they are not strong or smart enough to compete. They leave,
it's how it should be.
Mandela and B. Hussan Obama would do it.
AskACroc-KidsTas teGood

Palos Hills, IL

#6 Jul 28, 2014
Up to age 7 the kids are very tasty, crocs luv'em so do the local natives.
We should send some of our Violent THUGS over there for "food Purposes".
If feeding kids to crocs in underdeveloped countries then there is more food etc. left for the stronger people. It's the natural way. The strong survive the weak pass to oblivion as it should be. Many species (which idiot greenie/treehuggers try to save) go extinct slow or fast but they leave cuz they are not strong or smart enough to compete. They leave,
it's how it should be.
Mandela and B. Hussan Obama would do it.

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