reply to post by OldDragger
I suppose if the US wanted peace in Afghanistan it could have acquired it long time ago, during the fall of USSR. One mistake which you pointed
Second mistake was the invasion, just when Afghanistan became stable through the Taliban regime but Taliban turned out not to be an American friend
the invasion began.
Third mistake was the warlords, there are too many warlords who have committed too much crime in which was overlooked by the US and the International
community. And the worst thing of them all, these warlords are controlling the faith of Afghanistan. They are in the government, they allowed thieves,
killers, murderers, idiots, dumb retards, who ever that might have an army of thugs, to corrupt the Afghan government.
These people instead of being tried and killed, they have been given the full permission of infecting the Afghan government, as long as you do what
the boss tells you, you should be fine.
Why do you suppose the Afghan government is the world's second most corrupt regime?
If you don't fix your mistakes, and keep hiding them then surely they are all going to come back to haunt you. I had this experience of hiding my
problems in life, I was one of those people who just didn't give a doodle's as$ what happened, then through experience I learned that if I don't
sort out my mistakes now, it will all come back.
And surely the American mistakes in Afghanistan are coming back to haunt them. Kabul is filled with drugies, 6-12 year olds inject themselves with
heroin, America might not give a doodle's as$ in regards to these horrible facts but many do. I surely do.
No justice no peace.
[edit on 2-12-2009 by oozyism]