Britain and US has called for withdrawal in 2011, non of their objectives have been accomplished, a complete failure in every front.
America devastated the country and now are negotiating with the Taliban due to huge failures.
Though those conditions have clearly not yet arrived, NATO decided to guarantee safe passage to senior Taliban leaders taking part in the talks –
though NATO is not taking part in the talks itself.
More and more NATO fighters are being killed in the last days, and the momentum of the resistance is increasing:
At least seven Nato soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan in separate attacks, a day after six coalition troops died in a number of
This shows the momentum, and shows why the arrogant American regime is so secretly calling for negotiation, out of shame they don't want to admit it,
the shame that the world's poorest nation has defeated them.
Clinton, Gates Cautious on
Afghan-Taliban Peace Contacts
Soldiers are dying everyday, while American attention are being diverted by subjects such as the BS Ground Zero Mosque, the BS Iran threat..
Canada starts planning for Afghanistan withdrawl
More than 40 Nato soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan this month.
Canada wants to withdrawal, and asking Pakistan to give them a safe passage to go back to where they came from.
Canada has asked
conflict-ridden Pakistan for permission to ship supplies home through Karachi as part of a 2011 military pullout from Afghanistan
The defeat is clear, but how long will the US keep fighting is up to the corrupt American government. The people are so busy trying to fix their
economy, not knowing that everytime they try to fix it, the money is spent on the wars.
I feel sorry for the American people, why won't the American people feel sorry for themselves and do something.
The corrupt government might say naaaaa, 2011 is not gonna be the deadline for withdrawal, they did that 20 times in Iraq. Spent trillions of tax
payer dollars for a useless cause, and worthless cause, now Iran owns Iraq, just waiting for US collapse. US didn't gain anything.
What is next?
We all know Pakistan is playing a proxy war, but I also claimed in many OPs that America wants to invade Pakistan. Has the US failed to invade
Pakistan? That failure has caused the US to start negotiations, just to reduce the amount of humiliation?
Met with shock by Khalizad, Zardari explained that it was part of a US plot to “destabilize Pakistan so that the US could invade and seize its
nuclear weapons.” Zardari also apparently claimed that Afghan President Hamid Karzai had told him the US was responsible for the attacks.
Zardari is claiming that the US has been behind many suicide attacks in Pakistan, I have also mentioned that in many threads, yet people always had
that notion in the back of their heads, that I'm an American basher
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari believes that the United States has been secretly behind a number of Taliban suicide attacks across the
nation, according to a detailed account from Bob Woodward’s new book Obama’s Wars.
And while making this thread, I have realized that the Taliban have continually denied talks with the occupiers. It seems these BS talks they are
claiming is created for propaganda purposes, to support the withdrawal of the occupying forces:
The Taliban statement says they “refute these futile claims and baseless propaganda and believes that it is a part and parcel of a regular
psychological warfare of the enemy.” President Karzai had confirmed the talks just two days ago.
Karzai’s claims had been quickly repudiated by US envoy Richard Holbrooke, who insisted the media had made up reports of the peace talks entirely.
Which adds another layer of confusion, as NATO officials claimed today that they were “aiding” the talks.
This is so embarrassing, creating imaginary talks to create the illusion of some form of success, and yet the enemy who you are suppose to be talking
to states that it is all BS, we won't talk until the occupying forces leave the country.
This is clear bashing.
enjoy it and don't forget to add your thoughts to the matter.
What did US gain from the Afghan war?
What did it gain from this defeat?
How many Americans will die before the withdrawal even starts?
What will be the faith of Afghanistan after US withdrawal?
My mom is coming back next week from Afghanistan, she knows trouble is booming.
What role will Iran play in Afghanistan, and Iraq after US withdrawal?