Sudanese Savages Go on “Month of Rape” Violating Everything That Moves

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
February 10, 2015

All raped out.

The rape-crazy savages of Southern Sudan are just not satisfied with goats and the elderly, they have vowed to rape everything that moves in what the UN has labelled a ‘month of rape’ campaign, as the universes tries its hardest to demonstrate to us in the West what these creatures are really like.

Will our people take any notice of this and put a stop to them flooding into our countries and doing the same to our women, or will the leaders of our nations instead pledge to allow even more of these monsters in, under the delusion that they are ‘saving’ refugees from African warzones, rather than wilfully importing a cannibal Congoid rape epidemic?

If this is in constant danger of being raped by Negro beasts, then how much more at risk are our White women?


South Sudanese fighters carried out a “month of rape” campaign, a top United Nations rights chief has said, warning that atrocities continue with a seventh ceasefire broken.

Violations continue to take place,” said UN Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan Simonovic, after visiting the “destroyed” towns of Bentiu and Malakal.

Simonovic, speaking after visiting areas that have seen some of the worst fighting in the past 13 months of war, said he had received the “simply appalling” report of fighters embarking on a campaign of rape.

This is absolutely intolerable,” he said, without giving further details as to which of the multiple armed forces was responsible.

“It is essential to push for peace, this situation is not sustainable,” he added, in a statement released Friday.

Fighting erupted in South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation, in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused ousted deputy Riek Machar of attempting a coup.

It quickly spread from the capital Juba, triggering a cycle of retaliatory massacres across the country.

Zainab Bangura, UN envoy on sexual violence, said in October that the levels of rape in South Sudan were the worst she had ever seen, reporting horrific accounts of children and the elderly repeatedly raped.