What If Afghanistan is More Than Just a Failed War?

Afghanistan has a lot of lessons for anyone who wants to draw them, and it will reverberate for decades. From Tom Luongo at tomluongo.me:

The U.S. Empire is in freefall. Good. Afghanistan has reverted to nativist control as expected. The ‘goat-herders’ there remain unconquered. The speed of the Taliban’s takeover doesn’t surprise me because the groundwork for it has been in process for years.

Only the U.S. State Department under both Mike Pompeo and now Antony Blinken opposed this. If you’re angry this morning you can thank Russian diplomats who started this process in December 2016 by opening up the dialogue between the Taliban and the Asian powers with Pakistan leading the talks.

I can’t say I’m shedding any tears here except for all the losses on both sides. War is never righteous.

So, while I’m happy to see this end I am also sad to also see this end for what it is, a planned act of geopolitical vandalism by the Biden Obama Administration to ensure a complete collapse of the U.S. political system.

We are being liquidated by The Davos Crowd at the precise moment when their Great Reset is at its most vulnerable.

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One response to “What If Afghanistan is More Than Just a Failed War?

  1. 33 months between the Soviet pullout from Afghanistan and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
    The countdown begins now: Can American Exceptionalism beat the Soviet record?

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