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#101 2021-08-19 18:20:57

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Re: Not Forgiven - The Taliban

Thinking of dummy 1 and 2 they both got it all wrong to believe that the Taliban would honor any agreements as they had shown that they could not during the entire 20 years.
Thinking that the government installed would control once we left was another stupid following of that peace accord.
Now I hear another peace accord is needed to finish the safe departure of those still in the country and that is stupid...
Sounds like a Forest gump moment.....
Then the future when another dummy or a repeat occurs we will still be circled by dummies in control that can not figure it out....

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#102 2021-08-19 20:47:18

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SpaceNut,

Dummy 1 is President Biden.  Dummy 2 is Vice President Harris.  You could learn a lot from a dummy, but nobody in the Democrat Party ever has.  I'm beginning to wonder if they ever will.

1. The Taliban did not overrun Afghanistan under President Trump.  Since nobody in Washington can keep their friggin mouth shut these days, it's come out today that Biden was briefed by the military before making his decision and was told flat-out that if he did what he was planning on doing, then the Afghani government would collapse and all of our citizens and allies living there would be endangered by his course of action.  He was also warned that if he was dead set on the course of action he took, that he should first withdraw all of our civilians and allies.  Furthermore, he was given a list of everyone who helped us there.

2. The Taliban did not gain unfettered access to US weapons, night vision equipment, communications equipment, drones, and aircraft under President Trump.  Expect all that technology to wind up in Russian and Chinese hands, if it hasn't already.

3. The Taliban were not free to traipse around Afghanistan murdering their enemies under President Trump.  We went 18 months without a single US soldier dying over there, thanks to President Trump.

4. There is one and only one person to blame for ALL of that nonsense, and his name is President Biden.  The illustrious leader of the Democrat Party, President Biden, is solely responsible for 100% of the mess he created, because he both acted against the advice of his military staff and made no prior preparations before withdrawing our military.  This is why Republicans made such a stink over Benghazi, because we knew good and well that this kind of failure was waiting to happen again, on a much grander scale.  No lessons were learned.

5. The clowns that the Democrats voted into office to assuage their raging TDS still has the nuclear launch codes, unless he already gave them to the Russians or the Chinese and simply "forgot about it".  All those people who are still pretending that they "voted against someone", YOU OWN THIS!  You vote FOR the person who you thought was best for the job, and if you didn't, then you deliberately voted for someone you didn't think was capable of doing the job.  If you didn't like your choices, then you had the opportunity to write-in a different candidate.

♫On the 10th day of the barbarian invasion, President Biden gave to the Taliban for free...♫
600,000 M4 carbines and M16A2 rifles
162,000 radios and other pieces of satellite communications equipment
16,000 latest generation US night vision devices
2,000 armored vehicles
40 UH-60 Blackhawk, scout/attack helicopters, and A-29 fixed-wing attack aircraft
ScanEagle recon drones
No idea how many M2 heavy machine guns, M240 medium machine guns, M24 sniper rifles, 81mm mortars, and 155mm howitzers, but I'm sure we'll find out if we ever have to go back in.
♫And a partridge in a pear tree...♫

28 BILLION DOLLARS OF AMERICAN TAX MONEY IS NOW IN THE HANDS OF THE TALIBAN

AMERICA IS NOW THE OFFICIAL SINGLE GREATEST FINANCIER OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM IN THE ENTIRE WORLD

NOBODY WITH A BRAIN IN THEIR HEAD WILL EVER TRUST US AGAIN TO HELP THEM FIGHT TERRORISTS OVERSEAS AFTER THIS IDIOCY, AND I CAN'T SAY THAT I BLAME THEM

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#103 2021-08-19 21:09:05

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Same as the other nation that tried and failed to conquer them prior to the US going there which left tons of stuff as well... Yes current event for the current pool of dummies but the wheel of other dummies had already been turning long before execution of pull out, by those before that legitimized them... which made a deal... that was not something that should have been done from 9/11/2001 otherwise we should not have gone....or should have gone back home in 2002....seems there were just as many dummies in the military command chain as well that did not question what the orders were or from whom they came from....

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#104 2021-08-19 21:21:00

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SpaceNut,

I only care about what the nation that I live in does.  Whatever some other nation did is not relevant to what our nation does.  Again, stop trying to blame this on someone else.  It's not working.  Coulda, shoulda, woulda.  It's all meaningless now.  Nobody else gave the order to pull up anchor before checking how close the ship was to the rocks.  When you're the Captain of the ship and you give the crew an order, you are solely responsible for the end result of that order.

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#105 2021-08-19 21:32:58

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But can a captain break the deal from a previous captain?

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#106 2021-08-20 01:46:11

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SpaceNut,

If the previous Captain says the ship needs to set sail in 8 months time, but his successor proceeds to twiddle his thumbs for 8 months rather than preparing the ship and crew to set sail, then leaves half of his sailors stranded onshore while he finally decides to sail the ship home, and blames the previous Captain on top of that, then he's so incompetent that he needs to be relieved of command.  If the new Captain disagrees with the previous Captain's sailing schedule, then he's obligated to adapt his plans accordingly.  Since we left Afghanistan, the new Captain clearly didn't disagree with the previous Captain's plan, but he totally and incomprehensibly botched an otherwise simple plan to set sail.

Your pithy metaphor doesn't work here.  I hope you know that.  More than 10,000 of our people, your fellow Americans, are now trapped behind enemy lines, subject to the tender mercies of a bunch of ruthless bloodthirsty savages.  Every single time the Democrats are presented with an opportunity to show some real leadership, all we get is total apathy and nihilism.  Their apologists can never seem to explain why they do what they do, because it doesn't even make sense to them.

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#107 2021-08-20 19:03:07

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who's plan was used ?  House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) said in a statement Friday that plans to evacuate citizens from Afghanistan were "wholly inadequate."

Evacuation efforts have been difficult as the Taliban has set up a perimeter around the only airport that can get people out of the country.

The Taliban has been reported beating some U.S. citizens and Afghan allies who try to get to the airport.

I am not surprised that the command structure broke down since the last dummy gave commands to get everyone ready for mat 1 for the deal and when dummy 2 took charge that the commands were not question by them or carried on with...
In either case we have egg on our face and now troops need to keep order while moving them from Kabul.

So the world now is watching the Taliban as well as military presence...

They are seeing the Taliban heading back towards there old life style and law.

U.S. President Joe Biden said the U.S. made “significant progress” securing the Kabul airport and evacuating U.S. citizens, Afghan allies and others amid mounting evidence the Taliban are cracking down on dissent in Afghanistan.

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#108 2021-08-21 02:21:18

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kbd512 wrote:

SpaceNut,

If the previous Captain says the ship needs to set sail in 8 months time, but his successor proceeds to twiddle his thumbs for 8 months rather than preparing the ship and crew to set sail, then leaves half of his sailors stranded onshore while he finally decides to sail the ship home, and blames the previous Captain on top of that, then he's so incompetent that he needs to be relieved of command.  If the new Captain disagrees with the previous Captain's sailing schedule, then he's obligated to adapt his plans accordingly.  Since we left Afghanistan, the new Captain clearly didn't disagree with the previous Captain's plan, but he totally and incomprehensibly botched an otherwise simple plan to set sail.

Your pithy metaphor doesn't work here.  I hope you know that.  More than 10,000 of our people, your fellow Americans, are now trapped behind enemy lines, subject to the tender mercies of a bunch of ruthless bloodthirsty savages.  Every single time the Democrats are presented with an opportunity to show some real leadership, all we get is total apathy and nihilism.  Their apologists can never seem to explain why they do what they do, because it doesn't even make sense to them.


I'm not a supporter of the Donald, but it has to be said that he never trusted the Talibans: he only trusted his bombers, he kept ready to take-off and destroy all the poppy fields if they broke the agreement. But his successor demobilized the air force, abandoned all the air bases and all know what happened next.

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#109 2021-08-21 08:54:53

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Cutting off the flow of information as well as other intent
Official Taliban websites go abruptly offline

Taliban websites that delivered the victorious insurgents’ official messages to Afghans and the world at large in five languages went offline abruptly Friday, indicating an effort to try to squelch them. It is not immediately clear, though, why the sites in the Pashto, Urdu, Arabic, English and Dari languages went offline Friday.

Potential Islamic State threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U.S. military to develop new ways to get evacuees to the airport in Kabul, a senior U.S. official said Saturday, adding a new complication to the already chaotic efforts to get people out of the country after its swift fall to the Taliban.

Because of potential security threats outside the gates at the Kabul airport, we are advising U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to the airport and to avoid airport gates at this time unless you receive individual instructions from a U.S. government representative to do so.

Recognition of the Taliban should not happen if they can not keep agreements.

EU warns Taliban it has not recognized their regime The European Union’s top officials have warned the Taliban that current conversations being held to secure the departures of as many Afghan evacuees as possible do not mean the 27-nation bloc is prepared to recognize the new regime

The Pentagon said Sunday it is formally seeking assistance from commercial airlines to help relocate evacuees from Afghanistan. Driving the news: Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has activated the first stage of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF), asking 18 commercial aircraft from several airlines to support the U.S. military in its efforts to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies.

Pentagon activates Civil Reserve Air Fleet: Six commercial airlines including American and Delta are told to loan 18 planes to help Afghanistan evacuation efforts

A step in the right direction Biden confirms U.S. has extended perimeter around Kabul airport

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#110 2021-08-23 21:32:23

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Seems a small group does not what Taliban Targets Panjshir Valley as Resistance Leaders

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#111 2021-08-24 15:20:21

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Afghanistan islamist jihadi hijackers Taliban must allow evacuees past end of August deadline, says Boris Johnson

U.S. Troops Surge Evacuations Out Of Kabul But Threats Persist
https://rumble.com/vlma9a-u.s.-troops-s … rsist.html

Brits may be left in Kabul?
https://www.uktimes.co.uk/brits-may-be- … ex-marine/

'I'm safe': Afghan aid worker who assisted Australian troops safely flees Kabul
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ps64m5EqJCE/

Twitter account NBC news

US embassy issues last alert for US citizens to leave afghanistan or they’re on their own, then recalls it 30 mins later.

https://twitter.com/RichardEngel/status … 6655083522

Taliban will no longer allow Afghans to go to Kabul airport for evacuation
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/24/taliban … ation.html

French detained Afghan evacuee linked to Taliban
https://mynorthwest.com/3105420/the-lat … rom-kabul/

Australian rescue missions hampered by Taliban violence as third ADF plane arrives from Afghanistan
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-n … afganistan



Biden to speak amid fears that Americans may be left behind by chaotic Afghan withdrawal
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden- … icial-says

Commentary
https://amp.kansascity.com/opinion/read … 41358.html
Here’s the truth

QUOTE
One: For 20 years, politicians, elites and D.C. military leaders lied to us about Afghanistan.
Two: What happened last week was inevitable, and anyone saying differently is still lying to you.

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#112 2021-08-27 09:38:13

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Race to evacuate as many as possible from Kabul after ISIS bombs kill more than 100
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/afghanista … gs-threat/
Who are ISIS-K? What to know about the terrorist group in Afghanistan
https://nypost.com/2021/08/26/who-are-i … ist-group/


"So why did the Afghan military collapse?"
I Commanded Afghan Troops This Year. We Were Betrayed.
https://www.democraticunderground.com/100215787680
CNN Reporting Only 36 Hours Left to Evacuate Americans and Afghan Allies
https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3 … ts#comment


Turkey welcomes Taliban statements since their takeover in Afghanistan
https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-ea … 021-08-17/
Iran resumes fuel exports to neighbouring Afghanistan
https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-ea … 021-08-23/

A new jihadi islamic mohammedan group called 'ISIS-K'

ISIL-KP killed 13 American military personnel and 90 Afghanis during the U.S. evacuation of Kabul, the highest number of U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan since 2011. Giustozzi has carried several large research projects in Afghanistan. Antonio Giustozzi writes and argues that IS–K has encountered more success in Pakistan, heavily recruiting from mosques and madrasas, with nine major madrasas linked to the group and around a hundred small ones, as well some 150 mosques

Explosions rip through Kabul airport as 2,000 Canadians left behind
https://westernstandardonline.com/2021/ … ft-behind/
Jack Keane on Afghanistan attack: US 'outsourced' security to Taliban outside Kabul airport
https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/ja … ty-taliban

2 Of 6 California Families Trapped In Kabul Return Home.
https://www.oann.com/2-of-6-calif-famil … turn-home/
Taliban flogging people in streets for wearing ‘Westernized’ clothing
https://www.jihadwatch.org/2021/08/tali … ting-islam


British will continue evac operation despite Kabul attack
https://sg.news.yahoo.com/uk-continue-e … 24837.html

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#113 2021-08-27 09:43:49

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The ISSI still within Taliban territory, gee whom would have thought...
What are the Taliban doing about it?

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#114 2021-08-27 11:42:36

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SpaceNut wrote:

The ISSI still within Taliban territory, gee whom would have thought...
What are the Taliban doing about it?

ISIS and Taliban probably collaborate, like the good cop and the bad cop. It seems to me to see the same script of the British retreat from Kabul, when Akbar Khan promised to not attack the Brits, but had them massacred by mountain tribes: Oh, I'm sorry guys, they are not my boys!

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#115 2021-08-28 11:56:31

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The religion of islam was founded by a terrorist, warlord, pedophile, that is who they pray to. They pray to this mahomet along with other enity and people in this Quran or Koran, they pray to a child predator, killer, a thief, with vedic pagan ritual that link to this babylon Moongod called al-Lah. If people are facing a confrontation of islamism, if a social confrontation with jihadists looms then why not study it just as  Thomas Jefferson  studied the islamic pirate culture of Tripoli, the muslim terrorist the Barbary States

They are all mohammedans, however the weird thing about islam is despite it being such a violent, oppressive, jiahdist, pedophile religion, some individual muslims have good qualities, an Egyptian a Nigerian a Iranian an Afghan can have a good quality even though they come from a horrible moslem culture. Even though islam itself is violent, it molests the child, the islamic religion is cruel and hateful but muslims as single people can have good and bad traits.
Not all will be good, noble, refugees either, if all were good then how else were American soliders getting shot in the back? Out of all the muslims thousands upon thousands taken out and evacuated, this is a scrable, a mass evac in a madness of people, pushes and stampede and gunfire and uncontrolled panic, fast moving crowds of mayhem papers are not fully checked so out of all the good muslims taken out there could be a hundred maybe hundreds of jihadists and islamists, the problems of islamic culture will follow.

Taliban Fighters Execute Comedian Nazar Mohammad Because He Made Fun Of Them
https://www.ladbible.com/news/latest-ta … d-20210824

'Next few days the most dangerous in Afghanistan -WH'
https://rumble.com/vlrofk-next-few-days … an-wh.html

Kabul Airport Attack Kills 13 U.S. Service Members, at Least 90 Afghans
https://www.democraticunderground.com/? … id=2791706
'Our Global Leadership Is Declining' FreeRepublic Townhall dot com article
https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3 … ts#comment

Taliban requests Turkish help at airport
https://au.news.yahoo.com/taliban-reque … 33540.html
Iran is an immediate winner of the Taliban takeover
https://www.spectator.com.au/2021/08/ir … -takeover/

"I have been fighting for 17 years. I am willing to throw it all away to say to my senior leaders, I demand accountability." - Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller on the failures in Afghanistan that led to American servicemen dying.
https://twitter.com/dhookstead/status/1 … 4099848192

RussiaToday - British Foreign Office still struggles to answer how the sensitive documents ended up left behind amid chaos in Afghanistan.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/XrCp-vQvkCU/

A website called dailycaller claims thousands of American could be trapped, blackmailed, kidnapped by terrorists or kept as hostage in Afghanistan, remian in enemy lands.
https://dailycaller.com/2021/08/24/amer … nd-remain/

Fmr. Trump staffer says
many of the 100,000 Afghan 'refugees' aren't refugees at all.

"The notion that we're going to indiscriminately bring 100,000 into the U.S. and just cross our fingers and hope this works out is just clinically mad."
https://twitter.com/SKMorefield/status/ … 4063679496
France ends its evacuations from Afghanistan, Britain announces last day
https://twitter.com/FRANCE24/status/1431556804169777156
Afghanistan crisis: West allies fear Islamic terrorists might be among evacuees leaving Kabul for US, Europe
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/world/ … tes-729577

The terroristic Taliban and Gun Control?
https://gab.com/disclosetv/posts/106829664957274632
Taliban demanding civilians in Kabul to hand over all privately owned weapons and ammunition within a week

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#116 2021-08-28 20:25:06

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I d that the Taliban have been fighting ISIS-K since 2018 and yet they were the ones which released a suicide bombing whom killed the 13 U.S. service members. Then the minute we drone strike back at them we are condemned for our actions by the Taliban. Taliban forces sealed off Kabul's airport on Saturday to most Afghans hoping for evacuation, as the U.S. and its allies wound down a chaotic airlift that will end their troops' two decades in Afghanistan. French President Emmanuel Macron said Saturday that France and Britain would propose a safe zone in Kabul, Afghanistan, that would help protect those who were trying to flee the country amid the chaos following the Taliban's takeover.

Op-Ed: A U.N. peacekeeping mission could make all the difference in Afghanistan. Here's why

United Nations Security Council is scheduled to consider options for how to respond to the failed Western-led counterinsurgency in Afghanistan. At the top of the list should be negotiating a large, multinational U.N. peace observation mission that is not led by the West.
Such a mission is in the interest of the U.S. and the U.N. — and the Taliban. Taliban leaders want international legitimacy and need international aid. They have made three key promises: to not engage in revenge attacks, to not allow Afghanistan to become a haven for terrorists, and to uphold the rights of women and minorities (“within the framework of Sharia law”). The Taliban also wants all Western troops to leave the territory. Non-Western, multinational U.N. peace observers could verify to the world that the Taliban is keeping its promises. Such verification could, in turn, pave the way for normalizing relations. The Taliban leadership is having trouble consolidating control over its own ranks. Moreover, an anti-Taliban civil war is brewing on many fronts. Multinational observers and mediators — primarily from China and Muslim-majority countries — can help the Taliban consolidate less radical control.
Peacekeeping observers could also help prevent civil war by shining a spotlight on actions that violate peace and security and by mediating to de-escalate tension in the region.

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the military has gotten many more american and Afghan's for the Kabul airport area.

As the Taliban advance, resistance forces in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley vow to fight “The people of Panjshir know how to survive, and they know how to fight invaders,”

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Why did they leave behind Humvee, Guns, Missiles and even Helicopters?

Trek Versus Imperialist Doctrine

An old thread got me thinking
Random Thoughts About the FAR Future - Which book or tv episode or copyrighted movie will it be like?
http://newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=671

then read more news
https://3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2 … trine.html

On February 9, 1967, hours after the US Air Force pounded Haiphong Harbor and several Vietnamese airfields, NBC television screened a politically momentous episode of Star Trek. Entitled “The Return of the Archons,” the episode marks the debut of the Prime Directive – the supreme law of the fictional United Federation of Planets, and its Starfleet, banning any and all purposeful interference with alien people, civilizations, and cultures. Devised in 1966, as President Lyndon B. Johnson was sending another 100,000 troops into Vietnam, the Prime Directive constituted a direct, though well-camouflaged, ideological challenge to what the US government was up to.

Having remained central to the Star Trek series to this day, the Prime Directive is even more pertinent now. Military escapades always entail a variety of separate issues, making it hard to have a rational debate about their merits. For example, were the US invasions of Vietnam or Afghanistan motivated by good intentions, whether containing totalitarianism or saving women from radical Islamists? Or were those intentions invoked to provide political cover for cynical economic or strategic motives? Were they wrong because the US forces were defeated? Or would they have been wrong even in victory?

The beauty of the Prime Directive is that it cuts through this labyrinth of confusion and deception: the invader’s motives, good or bad, matter not one iota. The Prime Directive bans the deployment of superior technology (military or otherwise) for the purposes of interfering with any community, any people, or any sentient species. It is, in fact, quite drastic: Starfleet personnel must respect it even if it costs them their lives.

In the words of Captain James T. Kirk, “a starship captain’s most solemn oath is that he will give his life, even his entire crew, rather than violate the Prime Directive.” To which his successor, Captain Jean-Luc Picard, adds: “The Prime Directive is not just a set of rules; it is a philosophy … and a very correct one. History has proven again and again that whenever mankind interferes … no matter how well-intentioned that interference may be, the results are invariably disastrous.”


a franchise inspired by the writings and tv series of roddenberry

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I see 'Liveleak' is finally closed, while it did host some nasty shocking stuff like accidents and riots and war battles, unflitered news, it was shocking but it will be a loss for speech on the web.
Maybe other sites like twitter have already taken that place?

Taliban ‘execute’ Amrullah Saleh’s brother after his arrest. Ruhullah Azizi, the elder brother of former #Afghanistan vice-president Amrullah Saleh?
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/wor … 101467.cms

Universities in Afghanistan are to be segregated by gender and a new Islamic dress code will be instituted, the terroristic islamist sharia Law Taliban government said
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58537081

Taliban Lock Dozens Of Women Into Bank Basement To Keep Them From Protesting In Kabul
https://leakedreality.com/video/21173/t … g-in-kabul

Giuliani goes on unhinged rant during 9/11 memorial dinner?
https://nypost.com/2021/09/12/rudy-giul … al-dinner/

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lest we forget why we went over there as Al Qaeda chief rumored to be dead appears in video marking 9/11

It just means in time that when they attack once more the giant will awaken and become confused as to repeating history or will we take care of business.

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We should have done a better job of protecting before pull out but that's hide sight.
Afghanistan: US and Taliban hold first face-to-face talks since withdrawal

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At least 35 killed, 68 wounded in Shiite mosque attack in Afghanistan
https://www.bitchute.com/video/sZZ_466Wlds/

https://www.voanews.com/a/first-afghan- … 59206.html
First Afghan Refugees Settle in Canada Amid COVID Fourth Wave

https://rumble.com/vnuzaf-whats-happeni … in-af.html
What's Happening With Rescue Efforts For American Citizens Left Behind in Afghanistan?

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Why the heck is Canada taking in Afghan colonists?  These people bring their barbaric religion with them.  No religion that take a knife to little girl's genitals deserves any respect.  And I bet that most of them are young men, just like the 'refugees' crossing the English Channel.  I would rather like to settle in Alaska.  If I turn up in Anchorage holding out my hand, does that make me a refugee?  I am sure the place that they are trying to get away from isn't very nice.  But they bare part of the responsibility for that.  The best thing to do is cull them.


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