Afghanistan

Ursus Minor

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Right-wingers want to 'save' the former helpers as a matter of national pride, thinking that they were venerating the Germans because of their democracy and their 'selflessness' with which they tried to pacify the helpless and poor country.

Interestingly, they have the left-wingers on their side just for different reasons.'

The Left are jumping at the chance to attract as much Afghans to Germany as possible, giving them the chance to make Germany even more diverse while being able to change their genders and develop a sense of entitlement to various public financial sources.

German Luftwaffe transported 3,600 Afghans to Germany admitting they didn't know who they were


BZ newspaper reported on August 30 that between August 17 and 30 German military planes had 'rescued' 3,600 people from Afghanistan who, so Angela Merkel had indicated, were meant to be local staff working for the Bundeswehr.

However on Thursday (Aug 30), the Federal Ministry of the Interior presented delicate figures to other ministries which showed that among the rescued were hardly any local forces.

Of almost 3,600 Afghans who have been flown out since August 17, only about 100 were local staff, plus about 370 family members. Of these, only 260 people were on the lists that the German Foreign Office meticulously processed at Kabul airport - only a fraction of all those flown out.

That means that more than 10,000 local forces and dependents are still in Afghanistan. Whoever the Afghan nationals that the Bundeswehr flew out to Germany actually were is completely unclear.

Interior Minister Horst Seehofer told 'BILD am SONNTAG' that three Afghans who had been evacuated had forged documents, and four had even been deported from Germany as criminals before.
'BILD Zeitung' learned: Two of them are rapists.


 

Aeneas

Ambassador
Ambassador
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While looking for something else in the book, 'Political Ponerology', I found this description which fits the US well:
The kind of excessive egotism which hampers the development
of human values and leads to misjudgment and terrorizing
of others well deserves the title “king of human faults”
. Difficulties,
disputes, serious problems, and neurotic reactions
sprout up in everyone around such an egotist like mushrooms
after a rainfall. Egotist nations start wasting money and effort
in order to achieve goals derived from their erroneous reasoning
and overly emotional reactions. Their inability to acknowledge
other nations’ values and dissimilarities, derived from
other cultural traditions, leads to conflict and war.


We can differentiate between primary and secondary egotism.
The former comes from a more natural process, namely
the child’s natural egotism and child-rearing errors that tend to
perpetuate this childish egotism. The secondary one occurs
when a personality that has overcome his childish egotism
regresses to this state under stress, which leads to an artificial
attitude characterized by greater aggression and social noxiousness.
Excessive egotism is a constant property of the hysterical
personality7
1, whether their hysteria be primary or secondary.
That is why the increase in a nations’ egotism should
be attributed to the above described hysterical cycle before
anything else.
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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Rogue News gives the recent low down's with the Afghanistan failure with the possible setup of VP- Harris to the original game plane.
Also discussed is possible secession between blue and red states.

Breaking The Matrix: THE True History Of The United States: Danny Sjursen (Major US Army Ret.)
Streamed live on Sep 3, 2021
Today, V sits down with fellow New Yorker Danny Sjursen, Major. US Army Ret He is a decorated vet of the Afghan war, on the frontlines leading men into battle against the Taliban. Currently he is a professor at West Point Military Academy, Director of the Eisenhower Media Network, senior fellow at the Center for International Policy, contributing editor to Antiwar.com He work has been featured on: The Nation, HuffPost, The Hill, Salon, Buzzfeed News, Tom Dispatch, Truthdig and many others. Danny also does policy and historical reports for the Future Of Freedom Foundation and Defense Priorities think tank. He makes regular appearances on the Rick Sanchez Show (RT), The Real News Network, Zero Hour with RJ Escow and dozens of podcasts nation wide. Dannys Books and Contact info are as follows: Ghost Rider's Of Baghdad: Soldiers, Civilians and the Myth of Surge. https://www.amazon.com/Ghost-Riders-B... A True History Of The United States: Indigenous Genocide, Radicalized Slavery, Hyper Capitalism, Militarist Imperialism and Other Overlooked Aspects of American Exceptionalism. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08... www.Skepticalvet.com www.Antiwar.com Twitter: @SkepticalVet




Taliban Seize Power in Afghanistan: What’s Next
8/16/2021 6:55AM / Video / WSJ
The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, with fighters entering the presidential palace, and gunshots broke out at Kabul’s airport as thousands tried to flee the country. The collapse of the Afghan government creates an uncertain future for civilians and challenges for the U.S. Photo: Wakil Kohsar/AFP

#Afghanistan#panjshir Taliban say they have taken anaba. It would be 4 out of 7 districts under their control (to understand what control consists of)
 
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This is the real story of the Afghan biometric databases abandoned to the Taliban

An interesting article on how biometrics initially developed by the DoD were used throughout Afghanistan to collect information on its citizens is now in the hands of the Taliban.

The worry is this database will used as retribution by the Taliban to target Western sympathizers and perhaps it will. Although the real issue (read between the lines) describes the extent and intent behind technology built and funded by Western military interests in order collect key information on people, their communities, and sentiments creating “identity dominance”.

No doubt these technologies parallel the current ID efforts being pushed on the global population such as COVID, passports, domestic terrorist profiling, etc — full spectrum dominance.

Biometrics have played a role in such activity going back to at least 2016, according to local media accounts. In one widely reported incident from that year, insurgents ambushed a bus en route to Kunduz and took 200 passengers hostage, eventually killing 12, including local Afghan National Army soldiers returning to their base after visiting family. Witnesses told local police at the time that the Taliban used some kind of fingerprint scanner to check people’s identities.

It’s unclear what kinds of devices these were, or whether they were the same ones used by American forces to help establish “identity dominance”—the Pentagon’s goal of knowing who people were and what they had done...

The Afghan government—with the support of its international donors—has embraced the possibilities of biometric identification. Biometrics would “help our Afghan partners understand who its citizens are ... help Afghanistan control its borders; and ... allow GIRoA [the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan] to have ‘identity dominance,’” as one American military official put it in a2010 biometrics conference in Kabul…

…With biometric devices, military personnel could capture people’s faces, eyes, and fingerprints—and use that unique, immutable data to connect individuals, like bomb makers, with specific incidents. Raw data tended to go one way—from devices back to a classified DOD database—while actionable information, such as lists of people to “be on the lookout for”, was downloaded back onto the devices…

Afghanistan is not the only country to embrace biometrics. Many countries are concerned about so-called “ghost beneficiaries”—fake identities that are used to illegally collect salaries or other funds. Preventing such fraud is a common justification for biometric systems, says Amba Kak, the director of global policy and programs at the AI Now institute and a legal expert on biometric systems.

For Jacobsen, the author and journalist, it is ironic that the Department of Defense’s obsession with using data to establish identity might actually help the Taliban achieve its own version of identity dominance. “That would be the fear of what the Taliban is doing,” she says.
 
Here’s a look at how the Taliban is taking care of its heroin addicted citizens. Forced detox program for 45 days; harsh but effective it seems.


Also the claims and stats regarding the Afghan heroin trade are pre-Yankee pull out. Can only imagine the field day the people would have should a program come into effect in California…
 

sToRmR1dR

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'The ongoing color revolution in Lebanon as a pretext for invading the CIS countries.'

14 Oct, 2021

13 OCT, 2021
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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16 Oct, 2021 05:07 / Updated 1 day ago Opening Snip: Video / Tweets
The US military is offering “condolence payments” to a family in Afghanistan after a badly planned drone strike killed 10 civilians, including seven children, in the country’s capital in August, though did not provide any numbers.

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby revealed the offer on Friday, stating that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin made a “commitment” to the Akhmadi family for compensation following the August 29 drone strike, “including offering ex gratia condolence payments” and State Department assistance in relocating family members to the United States.

The offer was raised during a virtual meeting between Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl and Dr. Steven Kwon, who employed one of the Akhmadis killed in the strike at his US-based aid organization, Nutrition & Education International, long active in Afghanistan.

“Kahl noted that the strike was a tragic mistake and that Mr. Zemari Akhmadi and others who were killed were innocent victims who bore no blame and were not affiliated with ISIS-K or threats to US forces,” Kirby went on.

The Pentagon initially deemed the strike a success, claiming to have killed an Islamic State militant planning attacks on American troops in Kabul, with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley even calling it “righteous.” However, thanks in large part to a New York Times investigation that raised serious questions about the military’s narrative about the drone strike, officials were soon forced to admit the operation failed to take a single terrorist off the battlefield and instead massacred an innocent family.

READ MORE: ‘They attacked us & killed our children’: Grieving Afghan fathers demand fair investigation of US drone strike in Kabul (VIDEO)

The misidentified main target of the attack, Zemari Akhmadi, was employed as an aid worker with Nutrition & Education International for years, the Times investigation revealed. He was killed as he pulled into his driveway outside his home, with the Pentagon originally claiming he was seen loading explosives into the vehicle earlier in the day. The Times, however, obtained security footage showing Akhmadi loading jugs of water into his vehicle, suggesting the military may have mistaken them for bombs.



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sToRmR1dR

The Living Force
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'The destabilization of Afghanistan is underway.' ('Army for destabilizing Afghanistan.')

1 Nov, 2021

1 NOV, 2021

1 NOV, 2021

01 November 2021
 

ryu

Jedi Master
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I post this article, but I heard it aired on several mainstream channels in France. In short, 95% of the Afghani are at risk of poverty and subsequently, many Afghan children are being sold either as child brides or as slaves.
This is truly disgusting, I don't know if the PTB will use the situation to open the flood gates of immigration, send back troops or just create chaos for the sake of it.

 
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