The Taliban truly does embody the spirit of 50 Cent’s timeless classic “Heat.”
If there’s beef cock it and dump it
The drama really means nothing to me
I’ll ride by and blow ya brains out
There’s no time to cock it, no way you can stop it
When niggas run up on you with them thangs out
I do what I gotta do, I don’t care I if get caught
The DA can play this motherfucking tape in court
I’ll kill you
I ain’t playing, hear what I’m saying, homie, I ain’t playing
Catch you slipping I’ma kill you
I ain’t playing, hear what I’m saying, homie I ain’t playing
You gotta love that fighting spirit and lack of concern for anything but winning.
As far as musician analogies go, Mitch McConnell should be compared to Gary Glitter.
If he wants to fight the Taliban, he should go do it himself, the fat piece of shit. This man has no right to even speak about the Taliban, or war or soldiers.
Mitch McConnell has warned that America’s retreat from Afghanistan risks a replay of the nation’s humiliating withdrawal from Saigon at the end of the Vietnam conflict in 1975.
As thousands of American soldiers were ordered back to Kabul to evacuate embassy staff amid a rapid advance by the Taliban, US Senate minority leader McConnell said the US was “careening toward a massive, predictable, and preventable disaster”.
It came as officials confirmed on Friday that the Taliban had captured Afghanistan’s second biggest city, Kandahar, as well as Lashkar Gah in the south.
The Taliban also claimed they had captured the western city of Herat, the country’s third-largest, and Qala-e-Naw in the north-west.
A photo that immortalised America’s defeat in Vietnam, showing evacuees boarding a helicopter on the roof of a building, spread fast on social networks after the United States announced the emergency deployment on Thursday.
United States: Fifty Straight Years of Losing Nonsensical Wars Against Third World Countries.
Of course, Donald Trump had been trying to end this his entire term, and Donald Trump is the most popular figure in Republican Party history – so you have to wonder: what is Mitch doing here, exactly?
Isn’t the 20-year Afghan war something we all agreed was over?
McConnell, the most senior Republican in Congress, criticised the Biden administration on Thursday for its decision to announce the withdrawal of troops by 11 September – the 20th anniversary of the terror attack on New York and Washington that precipitated the US invasion of Afghanistan.
Although Biden’s predecessor, Donald Trump, had signalled the withdrawal, McConnell gave a searing assessment of the White House plan.
“The latest news of a further drawdown at our embassy and a hasty deployment of military forces seem like preparations for the fall of Kabul,” McConnell said.
“President [Joe] Biden’s decisions have us hurtling toward an even worse sequel to the humiliating fall of Saigon in 1975.
“President Biden is finding that the quickest way to end a war is to lose it,” McConnell said, urging the president instead to commit to providing more support to Afghan forces.
“Without it, al-Qaida and the Taliban may celebrate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks by burning down our embassy in Kabul.”
Wait so… what?
Let me get this straight: Mitch McConnell believes there is a way to surrender with more grace?
Or that the war should just keep going forever?
There is no plan, short of Pashtun genocide, that doesn’t result in surrender or indefinite occupation to prop up a fake occupation/collaborator government.
No one, anywhere, still makes the argument that it is possible to somehow “establish democracy” in Afghanistan. Well, the Washington Post and probably other Jews do still make that argument, I’m sure, but it is really just an argument for eternal occupation.
However, most of the articles I’ve seen shilling for the war are just openly saying that the occupation should last forever in order to defend feminism in the country. That is the overwhelming talking point – “just leave troops there eternally so feminism can flourish.” The claim of some future democracy has largely been abandoned, from what I’ve seen in the media.
But I’m sure someone is still saying it.
A former US state department spokesperson, Morgan Ortagus, added her weight to the chorus of criticism, saying that it was “a huge foreign policy failure with generational ramifications just shy of seven months into this administration. Everything points to a complete collapse.”
What “everything points to” is the natural order of Afghanistan returning to exactly what it was before the US invaded the country based on trumped-up nonsense, after they’d purposefully covered up the involvement of Saudi intelligence (controlled by the Jew Mossad) in the 911 attack.
Bin Laden said in a November 2001 interview he didn’t even do the attack and that he liked Americans.
There was never any evidence against Bin Laden. The whole thing was a moronic farce, designed for idiots. Bin Laden was no more guilty than Saddam or the Ayatollah.
Biden said on Tuesday that he does not regret his decision, noting that Washington has spent more than a trillion dollars in America’s longest war and lost thousands of troops. He added the United States continued to provide significant air support, food, equipment and salaries to Afghan forces.
Back in June, as the Taliban advance built momentum, Biden addressed the Saigon parallels and dismissed them out of hand. “There’s going to be no circumstance where you’ll see people being lifted off the roof of an embassy of the United States from Afghanistan,” he said.
What difference would that make if it was like Vietnam?
Everyone got out safely from the Saigon Embassy.
What is this concern over optics?
The war has lasted 20 years, no American supports it anymore – who are these optics for?
This is what America does: it loses wars against poor third world countries after wasting trillions of dollars fighting in the name of some ridiculous hoax.
That’s just the way it is.
The same month – since which the Taliban’s lightning offensive has surprised many US military officials – the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, Gen Mark Milley, also rejected comparisons to the desperate exit from Saigon.
“I do not see that unfolding,” Milley said. “I may be wrong, who knows, you can’t predict the future, but I don’t see Saigon 1975 in Afghanistan. The Taliban just aren’t the North Vietnamese army. It’s not that kind of situation.”
No, the Taliban are not the North Vietnamese.
The Taliban are EVEN MORE redpilled than the North Vietnamese.
To carry out the evacuation of American staff from its embassy in Kabul, 3,000 US troops will secure the airport, 1,000 will be sent to Qatar for technical and logistical support, while 3,500 to 4,000 will be positioned in Kuwait to deploy if needed.
Senior US officials spoke to Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, on Thursday and told him the US “remains invested in the security and stability of Afghanistan” in the face of Taliban violence, the state department said.
What does that mean?
The Taliban is going to take Kabul within days!
Antony Blinken, the US secretary of state, and Lloyd Austin, the defence secretary, told Ghani that Washington was reducing its civilian footprint in Kabul given the “evolving security situation” and would increase the tempo of special immigration visa flights for Afghans who helped the US effort in the country.
Ah yes, of course.
Just bring every citizen of Afghanistan who dislikes the Taliban to America.
We’ve got plenty of room!
Just ask Charlie Kirk!
It’s no problem for us!
Taliban at Nimroz Governor's palace after the fall of Zaranj. Zaranj, capital of Nimroz is near border with Afghanistan & strategic in terms of connectivity with Chabahar. pic.twitter.com/2Qnw1fzo0w
— Sidhant Sibal (@sidhant) August 12, 2021
I have no idea if what it looks like is happening is actually happening, and I don’t understand it.
The Jews were forceful about not letting Donald Trump end this war. Maybe they just didn’t want to let him have a win. No idea, actually. I did not really believe in the withdrawal. I thought, like so many times before, they were going to wait and then announce that they would leave “a skeleton crew” behind, and it would just mean nothing changed at all; the occupation status quo would still be upheld.
Now, it looks like it’s actually ending. Maybe they will announce that they’re going to leave some people behind to defend Kabul. Who knows.
I know without US troops and/or mercenaries, there is no way the “Afghan government” can hold Kabul. It’s actually ridiculous that they keep talking about this. Apparently, Americans are still not aware that the overwhelming majority of the population of Afghanistan supports the Taliban. The media continues to portray them as some kind of terrorist group, despite the fact that no one can name a single terrorist attack they were responsible for, ever.
But this is the top headline on Fox right now.
Who did they terrorize??? The people that invaded their country on a trumped-up hoax??? By fighting a war against them???
Even during this long occupation, you haven’t seen a single terrorist attack by the Taliban. You would actually expect them to send someone to Europe or the US to blow something up and say “get out of our country!” but they have not done that.
Anyway – whatever.
It doesn’t really matter to me at this point whether or not the US military is occupying Afghanistan.
It’s sort of a moot point.
I just think it’s funny.