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NATO Bids Farewell To Afghanistan, As Taliban Prepare To Win

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The United States and its NATO allies bid a symbolic farewell to Afghanistan and the war that’s still going on there.

On June 14th, at the NATO summit, a goodbye was said to the efforts in Afghanistan.

The 18-year effort cost the United States alone $2.26 trillion, and the price in lives includes 2,442 American troops and 1,144 personnel among U.S. allies.

Afghan losses were a bit more substantial, including more than 47,000 civilians, up to 69,000 members of the national armed forces and police, and over 51,000 Taliban killed.

NATO itself doesn’t release information about how many troops it had lost.

The military effort followed the 2001 arrival of a U.S.-led coalition that ousted the Taliban for harboring al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

NATO plans to leave civilian advisers to help build up government institutions. The 30-nation alliance is also weighing whether to train Afghan special forces outside the country.

These advisors will not receive any protection, as well as those who fought alongside the NATO forces from the Afghan side, in case if the Taliban targets them.

This withdrawal gave the Taliban an impetus, and several districts have been captured between June 12th and 14th.

On June 12, Taliban fighters imposed control over two districts located in the central and northern regions of Afghanistan. The group announced its fighters had captured the district of Zare in the northern province of Balkh.

Later on the same day, the group imposed control over the district of Tolak in the central province of Ghor following a heated battle with government forces.

On June 14th, things ramped up as Taliban captured four new districts in four separate provinces.

The Taliban stepped up its operations against government forces across Afghanistan following the US announcement of a plan to pull all troops from the country by September 11. In the last two months, the group’s fighters took over the centers of at least 17 districts.

The situation is such that even before the withdrawal is complete, the Taliban may capture the majority of the country’s provinces and their districts.

Seeing this reality develop, and looking to further increase its influence, Turkey is attempting to make moves.

On June 13th, a day before he could meet US President Joe Biden, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Turkey will be the ‘only reliable’ country left to stabilize Afghanistan.

As relations between the US and Turkey have been tense in recent years, Erdogan said he wanted to turn a new page with the Biden administration.

Seeing as to what a stabilization force Ankara has been in northern Syria, Iraq, Libya and even Nagorno-Karabakh, there is ample room for skepticism.

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Arch Bungle

I saw this coming 20 years ago.

I must be smarter than all the US generals put together.

Peter Wallace

War is money so the Generals had to make it last as long as they could.

In the 1980s, the U.S. worked with Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to overthrow Afghanistan’s socialist government. It funded, trained and armed forces led by conservative tribal leaders whose power was threatened by their country’s progress on education, women’s rights and land reform. After Mikhail Gorbachev withdrew Soviet forces in 1989, these U.S.-backed warlords tore the country apart and boosted opium production to an unprecedented level of 2,000 to 3,400 tons per year. The Taliban government cut opium production by 95% in two years between 1999 and 2001, but the U.S. invasion in 2001 restored the warlords and drug lords to power. Afghanistan now ranks 175th out of 177countries in the world for corruption, 175th out of 186 in human development, and since 2004, it has produced an unprecedented 5,300 tons of opium per year. President Karzai’s brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai, was well known as a CIA-backed drug lord. After a major U.S. offensive in Kandahar province in 2011, Colonel Abdul Razziq was appointed provincial police chief, boosting a heroin smuggling operation that already earned him $60 million per year in one of the poorest countries in the world.

Cosmo kramer

Inshallah the country gets de-corrupted for good

saoirse52

Don’t praise yourself too much, the American’s, in general, are not the most intelligent bunch around. In 1991, with the collapse of the USSR, the US remained the only superpower. It could have been a force for tremendous good worldwide, it could, and would, have been the outstanding benevolent nation for centuries…..but no, its amoral lust for genocide, greed and it’s psychopathic need for dominance and inane belief in superiority and execptionalism led it to where it is today, a crumbling cesspit, loathed and detested worldwide, bankrupt and beyond repair !

Ams

Total truth bro

yuri

I disagree–it is amerikan awareness that they are inferior that infects their actions
“world domination manifests itself as an intellectual or if you prefer a cultural diktat. this is why the amerikans have so zealously tried to bring down the intellectual and cultural common denominator of the entire world down to their own level. try to convince an amerikan their values will destroy Russia–u will be unable”. Alexandr Zinoviev (1999)

yuri

when my son was 6 years old he was smarter than all US generals

Sean

Please don’t imply you are middle-aged, it makes you sound uneducated when you talk the way you typically do.

Jewish Tradition: An Ethno-Supremacist Tale: https://worldtruthvideos.org/watch/jewish-tradition-a-ethno-supremacist-tale-salamandren-039-s-end-of-days-494_jlfKYRWcX9ZpdMO.html

Understanding jewish Supremacy: https://odysee.com/@europemustlive:d/Understanding-Jewish-Supremacy:0

Omegle jewess admits they want to destroy white race: https://www.bitchute.com/video/hMMIB6saATLf/

From the Australian National Socialist ‘Cameron’: https://t.me/Nat_Soc_Aus

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Sean

1/2 of American generals have jewish ancestry. Are you an “antisemite”, Yuri? Just kidding… Though I would consider someone like Douglas Macgregor to be smarter than the average jewish general, whether in Washington D.C., Brussels, Moscow, or Tel Aviv.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=douglas+macgregor+books&t=ffab&iax=videos&ia=videos

One of the best generals America ever had was George Patton.
https://worldtruthvideos.org/watch/the-jewish-assassination-of-general-patton-and-the-hidden-history-of-wwii-by-dr-peter-hammond_jrLItTIwPyXmwU5.html

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Sean

You don’t seem to realize who’s really in control of America, China and the world over. US generals are overwhelmingly jewish. https://odysee.com/@DigitalAlexandria:5/Eckart-Bolshevism_from_Moses_to_Lenin:d

U.S. General Wesley Kanne Clark, Sr. commanded Operation Allied Force.

Clark briefs U.S. airmen from the 510th and 555th Fighter Squadrons at Aviano Air Base, Italy in May 1999:
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Their swarthy, asymmetrical features from almost two millenniums of race mixing and inbreeding is a dead giveaway. They might claim Italian ancestry to hide their identity, even then they don’t look like any Italian ethnic group.

This has resulted in over 14 genetic diseases and severe mental illnesses: https://worldtruthvideos.org/watch/ashkenazi-jewish-genetic-diseases_gOhSm4q5KyDwtmC.html

Before the Ashkenazim dominated the “west”, the Sephardi reigned supreme:
https://odysee.com/@NordLuxBellator:f/Patrick-Seigeman—Jewish-Slave-Owners-and-Nibbaz-at-Auction:0

Snapshot from: https://worldtruthvideos.org/watch/quot-stop-the-jew-world-order-and-let-me-off-quot_2ysAffkIkbLSjhr.htmlcomment image

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GoHomeFakeJews

” asymmetrical features” – You mean Ugly?

Sean

Yes. Because they are.

A Clown like you

Imagine Turk-isis Zion sending Wahhabi Sunnis to Afghanistan.
What I really want to know is what China, Iran, and Russia would do?

Chinese Sunnis could join the Turk-isis Zion cult, remember Russia and Iran’s block killed a good amount of Uyghurs which got shipped to Turk-isis to fight for the Wahhabi Zion cult in Syria.
There is Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Gulf states…even India. Turk-isis Zion cult isn’t the best opinion for Afghanistan. They have done nothing to help Afghanistan and Turkey doesn’t have money or power to help whichever side to rebuild the country.

The now Afghani government will not just give in…if they do they die.
How many Afghani would agree with the Taliban government in the first place?

Also, again Turk-isis will not achieve anything in Afghanistan like in Syria and Libya…they show their ugly Turkic Zion face tho. You know why they couldn’t achieve anything…the world is not set around one country. Turk-isis failed in Libya because of Gulf States, Egypt, the EU, and even Russia.
Syria the same story, Russia, Iran, Iraq, Kurds…killed Turkic-isis wet dream of looting Syria.
Libya is not far or landlocked, Turkic-isis shares borders with Syria…yet they lost both and achieved nothing.

P.S what would happen to Afghani Shi’a? They are so many Afghani Shi’a in Iran and the fact that Taliban are very much the same as Wahhabis or worse, and Iran has a Shi’a group in Afghanistan.
It is not as easy to say the Taliban take the power and happily ever after…fuk.

A Clown like you

“Enes Kanter: Turkey’s international campaign of persecution and kidnappings must be stopped”
It is also funny more and more stories like this coming out.

Israel is an Apartheid Terrorist Regime

Turk mercs would lose quickly. The Taliban is organized and knows the terrain very well. The Taliban have been at war since the 1980s, and have way more experience than the Turks.

I doubt that even Turk drones could do anything, since the USAF has more advanced drones; yet the USAF wasn’t able to achieve any sort of victory.

GoHomeFakeJews

We hope the Taliban changes its ways vis a vis Shia Afghans, but Iran is no Angel. It opresses its Sunni population and after the Safavids massacred all sunni scholars in an overwhelmingly sunni country, they converted by force most of Iran’s citizens. So lets be fair. Iran openly offered its help to the US to rout the Taliban – I hope the Taliban forgives Qom’s mullahs

Tahuan Tinsuyo

Tzu Sun, “When your enemy is making a mistake, don’t interrupt him:. That is what China will do. Let Turkey put its wad in .

Peter Wallace

No surprise is it. The Taliban are stronger now than they were 10 years ago. At the start they were very brave and stood and fought till they died and then suddenly they thought it might be an idea to fight and run away and hide and come back tomorrow and fight again. America has been losing ever since.

Years ago I saw a British documentary about their part in Afghanistan . One part was about the British deciding to attack the Taliban in their stronghold. So early in the morning the company drove miles so that they were in positions ready too attack at first light. As the light came up they pointed out ‘ over there is Taliban , here is the border ‘ So they opened up and smaller groups attacked positions of the Taliban with support from armored vehicles providing support fire and mortars as well. Around midday with the battle raging the US came in and did a few bombing runs on suspected Taliban positions. The fight continued for another couple of hours then word came through that most were out of ammo or close too it so they all packed up and drove back too their base. That was their successful mission accomplished and they might do the same next week or the week after . I thought you have to be fukin kidding me. Know where the enemy is so go and have a shootout from 1 km apart then pack up and go home and have a cuppa till next time when we will do the same.

If the Afghanis haven’t learnt any lessons from their history of wars they certainly only needed to learn one from US-Vietnam. Outlast.

Dave

Of course, the Taliban need to stay, if only as an excuse for future interventions. They have been carefully groomed by the occupation. I remember speaking to Afghan refugees shortly after the Anglo-American invasion of Afghanistan. They told that even weeks after “topling” the Taliban, the British were providing them again with weapons and other material. I imagine that would happen in the American zones as well. Also, how many mercenaries will stay behind? Nah, direct rule will be replaced by indirect rule. That’s all.

ulzimun

All the respect for the Taliban. US is fleeing Afghanistan after who knows how many US troops were killed and maimed. For a reference, about 59000 US troops were killed in Vietnam. About 50000 US troops were killed in just 3 years of the Korean war, about 17000 US troops killed per year.

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Dave

Oh-oh. The Taliban are like IS, fed more than fought by the US.

GoHomeFakeJews

Bullsh!t ISIS and Taliban are completely different. The Taliban is a National liberation movement. ISIS is the American Foreign Legion

ulzimun

u.s. will be locked out of cental Asia. All countries surrounding Afghanistan except Iran belong to the SCO and Pakistan recently rejected u.s. request for a base. u.s. could ask Iran for a base. lol

Peter Wallace

Uzbekistan one of the most corrupt and despotic countries in the world to the north already has American bases . They invaded Afghanistan from there . Kazakhstan has American bases . Kyrgyzstan has been working with American , British and French militaries for decades as have the others . Tajikistan has as well so when you say the US will be locked out of Central Asian countries just which one/s where you referring to .

ulzimun

That may have happened sometime ago after Soviet Union voluntarily dissolved. There is a stipulation in the SCO chapter that says, if a member country wants to host foreign troops, it requires consent from other member states. The Taliban also threatened neighboring countries not to host withdrawing u.s. troops.

SnowCatzor

Getting major Vietnam 1975 vibes from this withdrawal.

GoHomeFakeJews

CIA getting Heroine withdrawal symptoms?

KnowTheJew

But, but, the Jews’ Z(C)IA’s poppy fields?! Oh wait, the Jews’ Z(C)IA isn’t going anywhere. Their poppy fields and heroin trade will be just fine.

The one bad thing about the Jews’ US Tyranny having fewer boots on the ground in Afghanistan is that now the US Tyranny’s has more boots to use for stealing, occupying Iran”s energy fields. Expect another Urban Moving Systems production, this one blamed on Iran, soon.

When one Jew run bloodletting closes, another Jew run bloodletting opens.

Ullrich

In my oppinion this occupation took already far too long. The Afghan people are the only ones who have the right to make decisions in Afghanistan. The faster the US and allies leave the better.

Portugal

So, leave europe. In europe allah or any religion will not be respected because all them are just fantasy.

Israel is an Apartheid Terrorist Regime

Vietnam 2.0

saoirse52

Erdogan and his dream of the revival of the Ottoman empire is no more legitimate nor feasible than America’s dream of maintaining its psychotic empire. Both countries are engaged in murder, genocide, theft, piracy, looting of artifacts etc etc, they’re amoral, satanic cesspits and both are crumbling from withiin. The world is changing at an alarming speed and the Khazars, Zionists, US, UK, ISIS, etc, will all be consigned to the dustbin of history.

Amalek

Full withdrawal by 9/11/21… They really try to infuriate the public on purpose, don’t they…

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yuri

Afghanistan has become a competion for influence between Pakistan, china, India, USA, turkey

Sean

And Russia.

L du Plessis

Undefeated Taliban won against tge US, Russia, Nato and now Turkey us coming 😝

Sean

The British empire too (three times). Twice in the 1800s and once in 1920s.

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Clubofinfo

Will Erdogan step on the same rake the Americans kept stepping on for 20 years? The Chinese seem willing to tread very lightly in Afghanistan and probably have the best idea. Everyone should have got the message by now that going there in force is a very bad idea.

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