— i24NEWS English (@i24NEWS_EN) August 29, 2021
The Taliban was able to restore peace to Afghanistan in a matter of days after the United States spent two decades trying to bomb the country into peace.
Clearly, the Taliban is better equipped to deal with any kind of “new variant of ISIS” than the US.
Since the US has surrendered, they are now bombing a sovereign country.
American forces launched a drone strike in Kabul on Sunday targeting a suicide bomber in a vehicle who was aiming to attack the airport, U.S. officials said, as the United States nears the end of its military presence in the city.
The strike, first reported by Reuters, is the second carried out by U.S. forces in Afghanistan since an Islamic State suicide bomber struck the airport on Thursday, killing 13 U.S. troops and scores of Afghan civilians trying to flee the country.
On Saturday, U.S. President Joe Biden said the situation on the ground remained extremely dangerous, and that his military chiefs had told him another militant attack was highly likely within the next 24-36 hours.
U.S. officials had said they were particularly concerned about the local affiliate of Islamic State attacking the airport as American troops depart, in particular the threat from rockets and vehicle-borne explosives.
One U.S. official said Sunday’s strike was carried out by an unmanned aircraft piloted from outside Afghanistan, and that secondary explosions following the strike showed the target had been carrying a “substantial amount of explosive material”.
Witnesses reported an explosion near the airport and television footage showed black smoke rising into the sky. There was no immediate word on casualties.
Two witnesses said the blast appeared to have been caused by a rocket that struck a house in an area to the northern side of the airport, but there was no immediate confirmation.
This strike appears to have been staged to coincide with the Sunday news shows. The Jews on CNN are calling it “a defensive strike.”
The US carried out a defensive airstrike in Kabul targeting a suspected ISIS-K car bomb, according to a US official.
— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) August 29, 2021
This latest strike comes after Republicans were demanding more strikes.
Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) downplays a drone strike against ISIS-K: "One drone strike killing, you know, one ISIS member? I mean really, it's an embarrassment." pic.twitter.com/euPterATaH
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 28, 2021
These drone strikes have always been ridiculous. They never know who gets killed, and more or less 100% of the time, the people they are bombing disagree with who they’re killing. They also regularly admit to bombing the wrong people.
Conversely, the Taliban can drive up in a Tacoma and shoot people, and then identify the bodies affirmatively.
The Taliban is right to complain about this strange behavior from the Zionists.
They stated their discontent after the strike a few days ago.
The US carried out the drone strike early Saturday, targeting a hideout said to be used by Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISIS-K), a regional offshoot of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS). The strike was conducted in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar.
The Taliban, which has recently seized control of most of Afghanistan’s territory and the capital city of Kabul, has strongly condemned the US strike. The drone attack constituted a “clear attack on Afghan territory,” the group’s spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on Saturday.
According to the latest information provided by Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, two “high profile” terrorists, described as the “planner” and the “facilitator” of the deadly Kabul airport attack were killed in the strike. Another terrorist was left injured by the attack.
The Taliban has been very gentle and cooperative with US forces, but if they keep bombing after they said they wouldn’t, the Taliban could get angry. Apparently, the US wants to make them angry, and create some kind of extended situation.
The American military has done enough damage, and they should leave Afghanistan completely and stop bombing the country. No one takes America seriously anymore, and these ridiculous bombings do not make them seem more serious. The most serious thing they could do is flee the country and then stop talking about it completely, hoping that people forget about the fact that they spent over two trillion dollars fighting a 20-year war against cave people for no reason.
Tulsi Gabbard says we should have just fought al-Qaeda and then gone home.
Afghanistan. After al-Qaeda terrorists attacked us on 9/11, brave warriors, special forces quickly deployed to defeat al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. They accomplished their mission rapidly and effectively. THAT is when they should have returned home. pic.twitter.com/LsS0u5sq0P
— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) August 28, 2021
The problem is, there is no evidence that al-Qaeda did 9/11. If we would have had evidence of that, the Taliban would have handed them over to us. The US government called the Taliban and said “give us Osama bin Laden, etc., because they did 9/11” and the Taliban was like “yeah, sure, that’s not going to be a problem, we’re just going to need to see some evidence.” The US refused to give any evidence. Then the Taliban said “okay, well, if you don’t have any evidence, we can extradite him to Pakistan or some other Moslem country where he can have a trial” and the US said “no deal, haji!” and invaded the country.
This is all just really dumb.
Mitt Romney was on CNN with the Jews this morning.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) hits Trump and Biden on Afghanistan: “We’re in this situation now because of terrible decisions made by two administrations …”
(Just two, senator, just two?) pic.twitter.com/MbhwhG8sQJ
— The Recount (@therecount) August 29, 2021
The media is acting like Mumbly Joe is a hardcore badass and a murderer.
President Biden just made ISIS-K pay and it's likely only the beginning. Any other questions, Doocy? pic.twitter.com/7eDu5aJzn5
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) August 28, 2021
On Friday, CNN tweeted an interview with a supposed “ISIS-K” variant leader.
Two weeks prior to the attack in Kabul, CNN's @clarissaward interviewed a senior ISIS-K commander.
At that time the commander told Ward the group was laying low and waiting for a time to strike.
As Ward notes, these were "words that turned out to be eerily prophetic." pic.twitter.com/XV7RggUEg4
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) August 28, 2021
This reply was accurate.
No one takes any of this seriously, other than the same dense morons who believe in the coronavirus. Those people will believe anything, so there is no reason to try to convince them of anything with all of these theatrics.
Those true believers can just be told that this is all Donald Trump’s fault, and they will believe it, and then the rest of us can all move on with our lives.
Boris Johnson says all his guys are out and this is over for the UK.
On the end of military operations in Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/sOeXjeYtIr
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) August 29, 2021
If only the US could be so lucky.
But we’re involved in The NeverEnding Story.