Kill Me Baby — Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi — Daesh

by Sonya Yoshiki, a volunteer activist against rape, especially in Asian nations.

January 26, 2015 — Langley, VA – Specialist code breakers at USA’s Spook Central have uncovered what might be the complex psychological explanation behind the recent and sudden docility of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State Caliph. The following messages were intercepted between two cosplayer women (or the actual characters).

In recent past, Daesh fighters in Kobani, Syria have been urged to drop their weapons and take up gardening, or running for their lives.

Intercepted by the CIA:

“The person in this picture we did the gender change to is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who is the leader of a gang that pretends to be Islamic State (really they are Daesh) and responsible for the Gender-based Violence going on against the Yazidi, Christian and Muslim people in Syria and Iraq as well as Nigeria and other places.

“Kill me baby” is the anime we use to ridicule Daesh. They are so cruel to women so we brought that into the picture. Maybe if Daesh had a female leader, they would change their activities to something more useful, like gardening or in some way nurturing Earth instead of destroying it.

“Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is a long time al Qaeda criminal and has a price on his head of over $10 million dollars. He and his other daesh gang members called the RINJ Foundation Women “MINJ”es so we setup the “RINJ Minjury Department”. Why not? If he can pretend to be Islam then we can pretend to be surgical assassins and turn him into a woman and now he can see what it is like to be among his people as a woman.

“Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a female in his own  brutal world. Maybe if more Middle Easterners put themselves into a woman’s shoes, they wouldn’t treat them so badly.”


-- Langley, VA - Specialist code breakers at USA's Spook Central have uncovered what might be the complex psychological reason behind Islamic State Caliph's recent docility.

— Langley, VA – Specialist code breakers at USA’s Spook Central have uncovered what might be the complex psychological reason behind Islamic State Caliph’s recent docility.

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The RINJ Foundation Purpose - Exist for the benefit of the general public. - Prevent rape and sexual assault crime. - Assist survivors of these crimes. The RINJ Foundation has adopted a mission while supporting and caring for survivors, to also gather and compile detailed information on parties to armed conflict that are credibly suspected of committing or being responsible for acts of rape or other forms of sexual violence. The RINJ Foundation vows to be especially vigilant in its Sexual Assault Clinics (RSAC) and aggressively gather evidence where a pattern of sexually violent conduct appears to prove the crime of genocide. The RSACs offer free medical care to women and children and their families. Community related services such as victim advocacy, crisis hotlines, community outreach, & education programs are provided based on each RSAC's resources at the discretion of the local RSAC nurse-led team. In the conduct of its mandate The RINJ Foundation has learned the best way to achieve its objectives is to offer full medical care to the community served by RSAC mobile units and to establish long-term relationships with female and child clients for the purpose of establishing and understanding in absolute privacy the complete range of needs of the patient. Any patient seen at our doorstep can be assumed to be a health care patient. Patients who report sexual assault crimes are canvassed for as much information as possible about perpetrators so that any assistance they may provide is made available to investigators. All communication is absolutely private. The patient has the option of reporting the crime and seeking a prosecution in which they will participate. If that is the patient's decision the nurse follows the prescribed intake and forensic evidence collection procedure as set out in pre-intake, primary exam and forensic kit protocols.
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