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As Afghanistan falls into Taliban hands, will the US really pull out?

As Afghanistan falls into Taliban hands, will the US really pull out?
The Duran: Episode 1029

Taliban battle their way into western Afghan city

Taliban battle their way into western Afghan city

The Northern Alliance, a group of anti-Taliban rebels backed by coalition forces, enters Kabul as the Taliban flee the city. By the 13 November 2001, all Taliban have either fled or been neutralised. Other cities quickly fall. After protracted negotiations at a “loya jirga” or grand assembly, the new Afghan constitution is signed into law.

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Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
July 7, 2021
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The Brits probably doesn’t want left their drug trafficking operation with the partnering CIA unattended, they both weaponized the drug trade to flood the Rivaling countries with it to destabilze them. The US have shuttled parts of their ISIS mercs/proxies from Syria for some times into Afghanistan to use them against the Taliban because they can’t beat them, US SOF even have freed ISIS fighters from a Taliban Prison, ISIS doesn’t appeared in Afghanistan out of thin air.

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Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 8, 2021

They may have to shut down Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo if that opium supply dries up.

Then, besides trying to make Russia pay for the loss of Ukraine’s EU gas transit fees to Europe, they’ll try to force Serbia to pay for the loss of Kosovo’s EU smack transit fees to Europe.

It’s a crafty bunch at work in foggy bottom. Wonder when Thaqi the Snake will be invited back to Congress to work the details out?

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Geopolitics American Style
July 8, 2021

Not Opium! Afghanistan became after the US + their Lackeys invasion, worlds No1 ‘Heroin’ Producer and Exporter, with the help from the CIA because they have extended expirience with such shit, Golden Triangle and Latin America, the CIA are defacto Co-Founder of the Colombian Drug Cartels. BTW under the brutal Taliban Regime [before 9/11] drug trade + trafficking in Afghanistan was nearly down to zero, at least the AmeriCunts accomplished ‘Something’, what a blessing for the world…it keeps their artificial Narco-Mafia-Terrorist ‘State’ + Regime Kosovo alive.

Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 9, 2021

See, there you go. Can’t trust Washington for anything. First they promise the Snake that processing Afghan opium is on his turf, then out of expedience cut him out and vertically integrate production on Afghan turf.

If I were Thaqi, I’d lobby Congress to demand that the Kosovar pipeline to Europe be restored.

Where’s Erik Prince in all of this? Dollars to doughnuts he’s in the thick of it somewhere & probably everywhere.

Vera Gottlieb
Vera Gottlieb
July 7, 2021

Too late now but the US should have never gotten in. Wherever the US goes, shit is sure t o follow.

Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
Reply to  Vera Gottlieb
July 8, 2021

They never would have had to go in had they not decided to give the USSR ‘its own Vietnam’. It’d likely just be another Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan today.

But hey, hard to teach an old fool new tricks.

William H Warrick III MD
William H Warrick III MD
July 8, 2021

It’s Saigon all over again. When GWII started The Week magazine had a weekly episode cover showing a helicopter hovering over a Minaret with a rope ladder and GIs and Arabs climbing it. We will see a real life version very soon.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  William H Warrick III MD
July 8, 2021

There are NO ‘Arabs‘ in Afghanistan except the ISIS mercs brought in by the US.

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Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 8, 2021

Or the Saudi wahabites. They have their own version of hegemony.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
July 8, 2021
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Actually it seems that the much publicized “withdrawal from Afghanistan” is in reality nothing more than the continuation of a trend that has been going on for some time: the replacement of US soldiers by mercenary soldiers- mercenary forces are international, and include US mercenaries, probably British mercenaries, as well as ISIS going by a multitude of names.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 8, 2021

The CIA can’t left their drug trafficking racket unattended.

Geopolitics British Style
Geopolitics British Style
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 8, 2021

Well, the Brits have to make a living somehow. You can’t hand your industries over to the Germans, the Indians and the Chinese without some way to put the unemployed back to work. Not every Tom, Dick and Nigel can run an offshore money laundering operation, after all.

Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
July 8, 2021

I never met a terrorist that I didn’t want to bribe to attack those who annoy me.

Bob Valdez
Bob Valdez
July 8, 2021

us ‘withdrawal’ from Afghanistan? Yeah, right.

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Bob Valdez
Bob Valdez
Reply to  Bob Valdez
July 8, 2021

And again:

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Geopolitics American Style
Geopolitics American Style
Reply to  Bob Valdez
July 9, 2021

Very good. Don’t ask for any interviews with Putin though.

Newsweek, an Atlantic Council subsidiary
Newsweek, an Atlantic Council subsidiary
Reply to  Geopolitics American Style
July 9, 2021

Ah, Putin and the Taliban. They’re in Moscow right now, no doubt getting a lecture from Putin about how many GIs they missed and it’s their last chance to collect some bounty money.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66

The delusional ‘Bounty’ BS aside the US NeoCunts Deep-State + Fake-News/Propaganda MSM cooked-up. The Taliban trust the Russians way more as mediators, than any AmeriCunt Western or NATO-Mafia lackey, despite their complicated history from the cold-war era.

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Sapping our bodily fluids
Sapping our bodily fluids
July 9, 2021

The major problem with withdrawal here is that if you wait to the last minute and act out of fear, then the head you’ve lodged up your own arse is liable to be strangled by an unwelcome sphincter contraction.

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