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One of the world's most wanted warlords has told Sky News he will not enter into any peace talks while foreign troops remain in Afghanistan.
Hekmatyar says he helped Osama bin Laden escape the mountains of Tora Bora
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, a Mujahideen leader who was once the Afghan prime minister, now leads the Hezb-e-Islami political party and paramilitary group in Afghanistan.
His gunmen fight alongside al Qaeda and the Taliban - with the mission of killing British and American troops.
Sky News gained unprecedented access to his group, and spent several days
In his first interview to a British journalist in nearly a decade, he told Sky News: "The important issue for us is to end the occupation and re-establish the country's sovereignty.
"We never want to take part in a puppet Government under foreign dictat.
"The Kabul Government is made up of looters and corrupt criminals. We don't want to enter this dirty ditch."
Originally posted by The X
Controlled opposition, providing the impetus for more imperialist involvement.
Originally posted by TheSam
Sky News are running this story now, they're replaying the same pro-war interviews to encourage support of the war. They're showing lots of clips of troops & interviews with "terrorists".
They're also showing Obama's speech about 911 and saying the terrorists want to attack us again. The international MSM's war mongering propaganda machine is running on full steam.