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Afghan President Hamid Karzai has slammed Western backers for the second time in a week, accusing the United States of interference, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
In a private meeting with up to 70 Afghan lawmakers Saturday, Karzai also warned that the Taliban insurgency could become a legitimate resistance movement if foreign meddling in Afghan affairs continues, the Journal said, citing participants in the talks.
Originally posted by Zosynspiracy
LMAO! I would LMAO! If Karazai turned on the US government and joined the Taliban. It would hopefully finally make them realize that the world does not want us meddling anymore and their plans for global dominance would be shot.
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Legislators within the government as well as Karzai are claiming that the U.S. seeks only a puppet regime to rubber stamp its own edicts within the country, which is making the Taliban more popular than ever as a result.
Originally posted by Striker122
If Karzai is serious, then his reputation or even his life is at risk. Going against the U.S. shadow government isn't exactly a good idea. Leaders in Latin America have been disposed of for such deviance.
I think muzzleflash is right, Karzai is probably just bluffing.
[edit on 5-4-2010 by Striker122]
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