As Kabul Falls to Based and Redpilled Forces, Biden Orders INCREASE in Troops in Afghanistan

I legit thought that the surrender was a fakeout and the Other Biden was going to come out like “oh well, actually, we’re going to leave some guys behind to defend the Afghan government.”

But at this point, that is way, way off the table. At this point, the only way you could leave troops in Afghanistan is if you wanted to fight a new war, just like in 2001 – except with the Taliban now having commandeered billions of dollars’ worth of American equipment that was gifted to the fake government.

The Taliban is in full control of the country except Kabul, and they will take that within the week.


President Joe Biden has increased the number of US troops heading to Afghanistan to 5,000 and has warned the Taliban of a “swift and strong” response if American interests are attacked during the ongoing US withdrawal.

In a statement released by the White House on Saturday afternoon, Biden revealed that he had ordered approximately 5,000 US troops into Afghanistan to ensure an “orderly and safe drawdown of US personnel.” Several days earlier his administration committed around 3,000 troops for this purpose, as the State Department cut back on staffing at the US Embassy in Kabul and urged all Americans in the war-torn country to leave immediately.

Biden also stated that he warned Taliban leaders attending peace talks in Qatar that any action “that puts US personnel or our mission at risk there, will be met with a swift and strong US military response.”

As Biden issued that warning, Taliban militants closed in on Kabul after a whirlwind advance in recent days. Steamrolling the US-funded Afghan National Army, the Taliban seized around two thirds of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces and their capitals, and now sit roughly 10 kilometers (six miles) from Kabul.

Inside the capital, US-backed President Ashraf Ghani has still refused to surrender to the Islamist militants, even as troops and warlords loyal to him have fallen in multiple cities in recent days.

In his statement, Biden said that he had instructed Secretary of State Tony Blinken to “support” Ghani in a bid to “prevent further bloodshed and pursue a political settlement,” though it is unclear what, other than encouraging a surrender, this support will entail, with Taliban forces closing in.


“We support the fake president in the surrender of his fake government and the tens or hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of military equipment we paid for to the Taliban.”

I haven’t seen Jews get rekt like this since… you know… that thing in Germany a while back.

The Taliban already said that they’re letting the US leave without harassing them. But they control the country now, and there is zero possibility that they are going to agree to the stated plan of the Biden Administration, which was to leave “the Afghan government” in charge of Kabul.

The Taliban isn’t in a rush, but once they control the bulk of Kabul and the “Afghan government” surrenders, they are going to start kindly asking everyone to hurry up and get the hell out of their country.

I doubt there will be violence. This is humiliating enough, without dead Americans, and the US now has no leverage at all, save threatening a new invasion. The Taliban doesn’t care about bombings. They’ve been getting bombed for 20 years.

I don’t even understand why Biden and Antony Blinken said that “the government” would remain standing. Did they actually think that was true? How is it possible that they didn’t understand, after 20 years, the amount of support that the Taliban has?

I know I’ve already said none of this matters, but I’m glad it’s happening.

Frankly, the ZOG surrender in Afghanistan is the funniest thing that’s happened on the internet this year.