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Middle East North Africa, 2 for 1: Afghanistan boogaloo Strelok 08/16/2021 (Mon) 21:43:14 No.18275
Last thread is bumplocked. Biden had a presser at 3:45 EDT today FUCKING LOL ITS HILARIOUS https://youtu.be/dHM_1YOXpg4 I just want you to see the daily mail tl;dr, yes, their a britbong commie piece of shit but still: 'The buck stops with me', says Biden but then proceeds to blame Afghan fiasco on Trump and locaIs who failed to fight the Taliban - before ducking questions and fleeing for Camp David >downvoted 3 to 1 ratio before start by magatards thinking downvotes can bring back god emperor trump >Says he will only take questions pre-approved from "certified" reporters >Late for like 30 minutes, probably because talking points got leaked and he was gonna get shat on >Shows up and his pupils are fully dilated >blames trump and afghanis the latter of which is true >Doesn't take an questions >many verbal gaffes >claims that he did everyhing when he was VP and still trumps fault >starts slowing down for no disernable reason >Doesn't answer why withdraw is a shitshow, only that "we got out!!!!!" The "Free world" is being led by the man scrolling the god damn teleprompter. https://twitter.com/CNNAfghan/status/1427173520677556225 https://archive.is/zvDke US Diplomat to AFG has left his post last week. Source unconfirmed. Taliban airforce is a thing now: https://twitter.com/APhilosophae/status/1426516424948862976/photo/1 Meanwhile, the CNN cope is real: https://twitter.com/i/status/1427335498960343048 >They’re just chanting ‘Death to America,’ but they seem friendly at the same time. It's a white woman saying this LOL >video related
>>18275 There also was a State department livestream directly after Biden's, run by a man repeating a hundred different variations of the same sentence. Blaming Afghans only works insofar as you assume that they want an American-style system. Their behavior shows pretty obviously that they don't. They didn't lose their country, they got rid of a puppet government forcing things on them that they don't like. Any indication on what that particular journo did to piss them off?
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>>18275 IT'S PARTY TIME >archive.org refuses to archive any more because it was used over 100K times today >The Taliban seem to have captured a strategic carousel. >Well, now there's a Taliban dodging car video. After having a good laugh, do remember this: many of these young TB fighters never had a childhood. All they have seen since they were born is war. That's the more serious side of this. >They did all this just to ride a bumper car https://archive.is/YRi2C https://archive.is/bnfaW https://twitter.com/N0tWoofers/status/1427379450627436559 https://twitter.com/Natsecjeff/status/1427367678545698829
accidentally posted in old thread >>18280
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>We've now entered the Zero Hour timeline >Soon the GLA troops will be marching onto Germany while the Chinese attempt a hostile takeover >>18275 >'The buck stops with me', says Biden but then proceeds to blame Afghan fiasco on Trump and locaIs who failed to fight the Taliban - before ducking questions and fleeing for Camp David I find this hilarious as pulling out of Afghanistan was a geopolitical move that both parties agreed upon and Bidup has to find a way to stay relevant / keep the fear of Drumpf in people's hearts. >>18279 >Taliban having Talifun Globohomo literally getting memed on by goat fuckers, this is such a bizarre timeline but I'm loving every single second of this crazy world
>>18279 >mohammed my son, you have just won brutal 20 year war and seen your enemies flee like sheep before you >what is your first act as divine ruler of new nation >WOO BUMPER CARZ
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>>18279 Taliban hit the gym! >The Pentagon cannot answer the question of whether there is any plan to prevent US equipment from falling into the hands of the Taliban. >A US official who has been actively involved in US efforts to evacuate Americans, and SIVs from Afghanistan describes the situation in Kabul as “worse than Saigon.” “We can’t leave these people,” the official said to @CBSNews “This is awful. This is so bad.” >It's gone under the radar a bit but Macron today is pushing for a plan to stop refugees coming to the EU from Afghanistan. Apparently the important thing right now, he says EU can't take "consequences" and will deal with neighbouring/transit countries. >For those wondering why the Taliban is allowed on social media, while other groups are not — the short answer is the Taliban is not on the US list of designated foreign terrorist organizations. https://archive.is/mXXsD https://archive.is/p5WuI https://archive.is/6Iz9 https://archive.is/pNdqm https://twitter.com/biannagolodryga/status/1427374293009174528 https://twitter.com/finnygo/status/1427369938579243016 https://twitter.com/KaamilAhmed/status/1427397738925338631 https://twitter.com/donie/status/1427387252263563273 Why would someone shoot a man, before throwing him out of a plane? >"Interested in learning more on what happened there," @PentagonPresSec responds to a second question about the bodies falling from the C-17, noting "everyone" has seen the video. https://archive.ph/D5KvI https://twitter.com/W7VOA/status/1427377347964059654
>>18279 >SHOCKING VIDEO: New footage from Afghanistan shows Taliban militants training to commit vehicle-based terrorist attacks
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>>18280 >They're just chanting "Death to America" >But they seem friendly at the same time You'd think this shit was The Onion if not for the fact that we're living in clown world.
>>18296 Fug, meant to link >>18267
>>18278 >Any indication on what that particular journo did to piss them off? Taliban only really kill men for drug use, pedophilia, or previously ratting them out. My guess is he got an "exclusive interview" with them at one point and he turned that information over to the US military.
>>18293 >prevent US equipment from falling into the hands of the Taliban. A little late to be asking that question after every Taliban soldier now sports the latest US weaponry and gear. Though I am curious if we'll see those blackhawks from the Taliban or if the US successfully bombed them to smithereens.
>>18299 Some of those weapons require an extensive logistical supply chain of parts to keep going. There's a wide difference between maintaining an M4 and a UH-60. I'd think they'd be more likely to sell them or part them out.
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>>18278 >Any indication on what that particular journo did to piss them off? The picture is not a journo but a humble Wendy's enthusiast. So either somebody swapped the real thing out, CNN Afghan is a parody account or they got pranked.
>>18275 Biden is a potato, but why isn't the "Intelligence Community" getting any heat. Potato in chief just reads off a teleprompter and gets fed bad "intelligence" from the glowies. It might even be possible that the glowies intentionally feed the potato bad intel to intentionally make an sort of withdrawal a shit show, because it prevents them from easily operating their pet projects there. Who's going to control the poppy fields?
>>18303 >intel isn't getting heat Intel isn't dumb enough to be portrayed as the ones who fucked up ever since 9/11.
>>18285 >Globohomo literally getting memed on by goat fuckers, this is such a bizarre timeline but I'm loving every single second of this crazy world Here is the whole report: https://yewtu.be/watch?v=RIw7smlkIaU Go to 2:10 for an other nice moment.
Is there some sort of economic impact they are expecting? Becuase I see that they are desperately attempting to fucking justify Biden. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-quick-collapse-in-afghanistan-proves-biden-was-right-to-leave-11629124589?siteid=yhoof2 https://archive.is/EHBFV >The quick collapse in Afghanistan proves Biden was right to leave Also, there is talk about food shortages for the next year from a friend of mine. Apparently food companies can't produce enough cause lol no workforce. Get ready for the accelerator to hit full speed now Watch them import the majority of afghans.
Does anyone have that picture of the war dogs with their own seats on the plane, that we saw before in an arabic tweet?
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>>18312 Don't Muslims really look down on dogs too?>
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Found them. >>18316 Thanks. One of the biggest optics fails of the whole debacle. Clear message to US collaborators in the future - your lives are seen as worth less than dogs. By the US.
>>18301 They're already looking for diplomatic recognition from China, if they can cut a deal for resource and trade access in the country I'm sure the chinks will be willing to sell them some Norinco replacement parts.
>>18311 >right to leave Leaving doesn't require you to do it in a completely hapless and retarded manner.
>>18275 >daily mail >commie u wot m8?
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>someone said based on the tail rotor numbers, some of the helicopters in use in Kabul were also used in the evacuation of Saigon >it was not a shitpost >Sea Knight 154038 has been disabled and left at Kabul International according to the son of the pilot. She has been serving since 1967 to include the evacuation of Saigon. The only CH-46 to fly non stop during the Kabul evacuation. https://web.archive.org/web/20210817132718/https://twitter.com/The_Sourkraut/status/1427400331206463497
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Breaking News: The first ever press conference by #Taliban Spokesman @Zabehulah_M33 via @TOLOnews in just couple of minutes will be live.
>>18330 what happeneded?
>>18275 Putting this in this thread since it's more on-topic here: >...That’s why as president I’m adamant we focus on the threats we face today, in 2021, not yesterday’s threats. >Today a terrorist threat has metastasized well beyond Afghanistan. Al Shabab in Somalia, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Al Nusra in Syria, ISIS attempting to create a caliphate in Syria and Iraq and establishing affiliates in multiple countries in Africa and Asia. These threats warrant our attention and our resources. We conduct effective counterterrorism missions against terrorist groups in multiple countries where we don’t have permanent military presence. If necessary, we’ll do the same in Afghanistan. We’ve developed counterterrorism over-the-horizon capability that will allow us to keep our eyes firmly fixed on the direct threats to the United States in the region, and act quickly and decisively if needed. >...Here’s what I believe to my core: It is wrong to order American troops to step up when Afghanistan’s own armed forces would not. The political leaders of Afghanistan were unable to come together for the good of their people, unable to negotiate for the future of their country when the chips were down. They would never have done so while U.S. troops remained in Afghanistan bearing the brunt of the fighting for them. And our true strategic competitors, China and Russia, would love nothing more than the United States to continue to funnel billions of dollars in resources and attention into stabilizing Afghanistan indefinitely. >When I hosted President Ghani and Chairman Abdullah at the White House in June, and again when I spoke by phone to Ghani in July, we had very frank conversations. We talked about how Afghanistan should prepare to fight their civil wars after the U.S. military departed. To clean up the corruption in government so the government could function for the Afghan people. We talked extensively about the need for Afghan leaders to unite politically. They failed to do any of that. I also urged them to engage in diplomacy, to seek a political settlement with the Taliban. This advice was flatly refused. Mr. Ghani insisted the Afghan forces would fight, but obviously he was wrong. >...We will lead with our diplomacy, our international influence and our humanitarian aid. We’ll continue to push for regional diplomacy and engagement to prevent violence and instability. We’ll continue to speak out for the basic rights of the Afghan people, of women and girls, just as we speak out all over the world. >I’ve been clear, the human rights must be the center of our foreign policy, not the periphery. But the way to do it is not through endless military deployments. It’s with our diplomacy, our economic tools and rallying the world to join us. https://web.archive.org/web/20210817050036/https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/speeches-remarks/2021/08/16/remarks-by-president-biden-on-afghanistan/
>>18338 >I’ve been clear, the human rights must be the center of our foreign policy, not the periphery. But the way to do it is not through endless military deployments. So if a country adopts a policy that says being gay is not okay, and women are meant to be wives and mothers, then the US will sanction them, and they will have no choice but to trade with Russia and China. In fact, those two countries might even try to outbid each other to give a somehow better deal. Even if their offers are not that good, it's overall still superior to slowly perishing due to the kind of social engineering the west expects from the world. This is the end of the American Empire, at least as far as I'm concerned.
>>18335 Nothing major, the media asked them bitch questions about women's rights. Two translations: https://yewtu.be/watch?v=conffeunmn0 https://yewtu.be/watch?v=FDdGeEkvbVI
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>>18338 honestly as a political performance that's not too bad. "we will continue to fight terrorism, but we will use diplomacy instead of the military, because violence is never the answer, and that's why it didn't work here, because its inherently wrong and only perpetuates the cycle of injustice, not because we're incompetent, and we'd love to tell you exactly how we're going to fight terrorism with diplomacy, but of course all our diplomatic activity is kept classified for reasons of national security, so we can't, so run along now" is probably the best line they could have chosen. at least these people aren't useless at everything, right guys?
>>18316 Yes. Read the Quran.
>>18316 No we don't >>18350 Post verse that says otherwise
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>>18338 >Here’s what I believe to my core: It is wrong to order American troops to step up when Afghanistan’s own armed forces would not. > The political leaders of Afghanistan were unable to come together for the good of their people, unable to negotiate for the future of their country when the chips were down. >They would never have done so while U.S. troops remained in Afghanistan bearing the brunt of the fighting for them. He's making too much sense
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>>18355 >literal alzheimer's patient actually making sense
>>18328 ah just another log on the demoralization psyop fire. The taliban aren't immune from such fuckery either. They're now led by a guy (puppet) who was in CIA/ISI custody for 8 years in Pakistan and whose release was ordered by the USA - a guy who totally didn't have jumper cables applied to his nuts for nearly a decade until he toed the line. all of that might be the reason for the taliban's virtually uncontested blitz, leaving the ANA weapon stores intact, and western media beginning to portray him as the "Moderate" leader of the new kinder-gentler taliban.
https://web.archive.org/web/20210817222333/https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-58252174 >There can be an endearing chirpiness to Joe Biden I don't think I've ever heard Biden's diction style described as fucking "endearingly chirpy".
>>18358 >imblying he isn't just reading the script they gave him
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The State Department calls on the Taliban to form an “inclusive and representative government.”
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guys guys I have an idea, how about instead of asking each other whether x taliban related rumor we've heard is true or not on an ad hoc basis, which usually results in our questions getting buried before someone with relevant information can see them, we all pool our rumors together by linking this post every time we ask a question about the taliban itt? that way whenever someone who thinks they have something useful to share arrives in here, all he has to do is find this post and he'll be able to see all of strelok's questions at once by reading the replies, and we all have a better chance of getting answered. its through these kind of simple techniques to pool our information together that we can avoid getting paralysed by confusion like normalfags scrolling twitter do. >inb4 data miner nuh uh!! plz can we try it? if yes I'll start with my rumors/questions I want answers for: 1) how true is it that the taliban only really survived the invasion and occupation in name and today its mostly made up of different people with different goals to when it was founded, who are just using the name and symbols of the taliban to boost their popular support? how much continuity is there between the taliban of 2001 and today? 2) are we sure mullah omar is dead? all I know is that it would be in his interest to fake his death and that the wikipedia page that says he died of tuberculosis in 2013 and the taliban confirmed it in 2015 is a fucking mess that also lists several other accounts of how/if/when he died plus 10 different variations of each of those accounts, that seemed almost deliberately designed to confuse and frustrate me until I give up trying to understand what happened and go back to watching youtube, although that might just be wikipedia being shit 3) is there any kind of coherent command among the NATO forces at the airport? who was the "american military commander" who went to negotiate with the taliban? is he in overall command of the US troops there? is anyone? if I think of any more questions I'll samefag with them later, I'm using this thread as my primary source of information so there's lots more I don't know
>>18206 Either that's fake or Wikipedia purged it from the edit history. Given that there's heated debate about when to make that very change, and nobody has brought up the claim of it having been made then memoryholed, it's definitely shopped.
>>18366 So what, our feminized political class is going to nag them to death now?
>>18372 Damn, someone probably shotted a local draft edit.
>>18338 >That’s why as president I’m adamant we focus on the threats we face today, in 2021, not yesterday’s threats. i.e. Time to gear up for war against Iran/China/Russia.
so, the taliban have successfully reconquered the whole country, this thing at the airport has been smoothed out, the last nato troops and personnel have peacefully departed, and you've just been given the task of reforming the taliban into the armed forces of the islamic emirate of afghanistan, which is now looking to present itself as a modern, legitimate country just like any other. how do you go about it? I think the first thing I would do is to adopt the humvee as the standard patrol vehicle of the newly reformed sharia police, rounding up all the captured ones, spray painting them white and writing the shahada on the sides in black like the taliban flag, then pressing them into service, since wouldn't that just make the mutts seethe fire
>>18370 >1 That's a really good question that i haven't seen acknowledge yet by anyone.
>>18293 >Why would someone shoot a man, before throwing him out of a plane? <Brother, they'll expect one of us to be in the wreckage. >>18294 OK, I kek'd on that one.
>>18341 Underrated post tbh.
>>18344 The libshit butthurt over this clownshow is really the most popcorn-inducing for me.
>>18376 Odd how he conveniently seemed to forget that le Ebil White Nahdzees were literally 6'000'000 times worse than Hitler all of a sudden?
>>18377 >since wouldn't that just make the mutts seethe fire CARLOS
>>18384 Oh I don't think he/they have forgotten about it. In fact my belief is that the powers that be want to try to forge the ideologically and politically shattered US back together by guessing up a great patriotic war of some kind. The MIC and adjunct still fantasize about WWII and how it made the entire country, and really the entire West, into a single minded, well oiled machine and how it placed the US as one of if not THE dominant power for decades afterward. And I believe that they really want to repeat that. I honestly think that 9/11 and the War on Terror was suppose to be that next great cause but it didn't really take and it's stalled out over the past two decades.
>>18386 >America as superpower again. >ZOG-bot was kangz n sheeit again. Well, let's wait and watch. Americunts still haven't learnt how to wage war, so it's gonna be a total shitshow again. Maybe it'll be even better this time, I still hope for a chinese-russian alliance that'll curbstomp the entire west and end the age of soy and gay niggers.
>>18388 I'm almost afraid that the US is going to pull a false flag of some type or more likely one those not quite false flags where you know that something is in the works but you do nothing to stop it because you can use the fallout to your benefit. Very likely with either Iran or with China and Taiwan.
>>18378 letting women to continue working and allowing women going to university sounds pretty liberal for Muslim standards especially for the Taliban unless treating women was just a pr stunt for the west .
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>>18376 How do you gear up for war against the Chinese by redeploying all CVNs out of the Asian theatre? Are they secretly pushing for a 4D Iowa reactivation or an 8D Poleification of Taiwan to kickstart WWIII on suitably democratic terms?
>>18378 The Taliban survived because they actually originated in Pakistan, which never closed down the Saudi sponsored madrassas that were opened in the 80s to recruit jihadis to fight the Soviets across the border. The West was hapless in doing anything about them because they were fighting on the Saudi payroll in the first place, and is too cucked to bite the hand that feeds.
>>18391 Maybe somebody in the USN realized that keeping what are considered to be your strongest assets right next to an enemy whose great plan is to block out the sun with anti-ship missiles is not the greatest of all plans. You have all the islands of Japan and Taiwan that you can turn into unsinkable aircraft carriers by building a small base.
Well since all the Indians left and relations have soured with the now Taliban controlled Afghanistan I wonder what will happen to this dam?
>>18394 so this arid landlocked desert country would blow up their own water supply just to spite the people who built it for them? would be pretty based if they did tbd
>>18395 The Taliban has targeted key infrastructure including that dam before. I still don't know what the Taliban's intentions are with infrastructure built by foreigners.
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>#BREAKING At least 17 people injured in stampede near the gates of #Kabul's airport : NATO security official https://archive.is/SroPM https://twitter.com/guyelster/status/1427946948108095488 >Evacuation flights from #Kabul are leaving nearly empty. Thousands of Afghans with travel docs can’t get to airport. Taliban have erected checkpoints and are preventing people from entering. Need to secure a clear path for people to get on their flights. https://web.archive.org/web/20210818144821/https://twitter.com/FrudBezhan/status/1427903728598896641 >WH says Taliban assured safe passage. Not true on the ground. Big problem? US securing airport but the streets outside are owned by the #Taliban. https://web.archive.org/web/20210818145936/https://twitter.com/TBowmanNPR/status/1427999890588803083 >Right now in Kabul - University advertisement banner ripped by Taliban. “Prohibited women show up” https://web.archive.org/web/20210818145114/https://twitter.com/MuslimShirzad/status/1427896866935611402 >#Taliban has blown up the statue of Abdul Ali Mazari, a Shiite militia leader it has killed in 1996 in Bamyan -same province where it has blown the statues of Buddha in 2001 In Jalalabad, Taliban fired in the air to disperse a protest against it Seems like the good old Taliban https://web.archive.org/web/20210818144819/https://twitter.com/guyelster/status/1427932111567265936 >JUST IN - Afghanistan embassy in Tajikistan has demanded Interpol police to arrest former president Ashraf Ghani and his aides for looting public wealth https://web.archive.org/web/20210818150046/https://twitter.com/TheInsiderPaper/status/1428003924452298756
>>18372 Not the first time Wikipedia has memory holed something, taking into account Brendan Fraser's edit history
>>18398 well, if they’re letting the mask of being newly moderate and tolerant slip a little already when there are still thousands of armed american troops still in the country then no they’ll be right back to their old self once the troops are gone, I was getting worried
>>18370 ooh, I've got one how possible would it be for glowies to provoke a war between taliban controlled afghanistan and iran in the next few years, given the sunni-shia divide, this shit with the statue and the potential for future border clashes (since the taliban aren't professionals they might not know when to stop when chasing fleeing internal enemies and end up accidentally invading iran)? I assume that kind of thing is what "fighting the terrorists with diplomacy" means, if we assume it means anything at all.
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sources claim riots in Jalalabad, east of kabul https://twitter.com/ProlificGlobal/status/1428021998215745541 >vid related I think it's gonna go back to the Northern Alliance vs Taliban again. Maybe Pakistan and Uzbek/kryg/tajikstan end up partioning the state like what happened with Poland?
>>18398 <libshits reeing all over themselves >[popcorn intensifies]* >>18399 Surely you jest, sir. Kikepedia is the very definition of 'memory-holing'. Just look it up on Kikepedia. >>18400 >the mask of being newly moderate and tolerant Now, you wouldn't be some kind of teensy-weensy libshit now would you, friend? They plainly have zero interest in promoting your Globohomo Vagino-Anal agendas, and rightly so of course. >>18402 Certainly not an impossibility, I'd reckon.
>>18377 Make a deal with Toyota to produce the official Warrior of God Pickup as the main patrol vehicle, thereby giving them the chance at the same profit as Hummer had for selling civilian versions in all the muslim countries. >>18388 >>18389 Let me mention the Irlmaier prophecies once more: China and Russia coordinating a surprise attack on Europe and the US (heralded by an assassination of a "big man" in the Balkans by a large black-haired or skinned dude and a small dude) , taking everything up to the Rhine-Danube line north and up to the alps in the south (with some mention of fighting in Alaska/East coast), which is when the US hits the fuck-it button and deploys some kind of new chemical/biological warfare shit that kills everything up to Moscow, then something that's probably nukes is strike, and tidal weapons create tsunamis that outright sink Britain. That sounded ludicrous 20 years ago, these days it's just a question of time, really. >>18390 There's already been reports of them barring women from university grounds in the cities they've held for longer. Could be transitional while they're building partitions to separate the male and female side, or could be permanent and it's just a PR stunt. My money is on the latter, especially with >>18398 in mind >>18398 >WH says Taliban assured safe passage They could at least try to not sound like absolutely cucked retards. Who'd actually believe them? >>18402 Democracy really rots your brain. Only 20 years of it, and there's people actually peacefully protesting the fucking Taliban expecting that to do anything but create a mound of corpses.
>>18405 >Democracy really rots your brain. Only 20 years of it, and there's people actually peacefully protesting the fucking Taliban expecting that to do anything but create a mound of corpses. Tell me about it. Over a century of >Democracy and there's conservatives out there who actually believe that the police aren't evil and wouldn't do the same violent shit given the chance.
>>18404 now, you wouldn't be some kind of dogfucking niggersucking tranny faggot bitch homo queer who's covered in so many inches of cum and shit encrusted onto every part of his disgusting fucking body including the eyeballs that he's too blind to properly read the posts on his fucking screen, now would you? learn to read you stupid fucking illiterate comatose braindead retard monkey before you open your watery shit-soaked mouth to spew your poisonous filth at me again, or I'll fucking slit your throat and piss down it then cut through your genitals and into your pelvis with a chainsaw and fuck the wound until it becomes a perfect neovagina just like you always fucking wished for then fucking skin you and start stomping all over your raw bloody muscles making you twitch and dance like a puppet on a string when the strings are your own nervous system then slice off all your extremities dice them up into manageable chunks and feed them through your neckhole into your tummy to be dissolved in your stomach acid so all that's left of you is a raw pink blob filled with bones and teeth and thick dense bile dotted throughout with chunks of undigested viscera then present you to your family and you'll look so inhuman and unrecognisable that think there was never any life in you to begin with, and rightly so of course.
>>18407 *that they'll think
>>18405 Didn't Islmaier say one of the hitmen would be black? That narrows it down a lot, especially if done in the balkans.
>>18407 Momma always said if you don't have anything nice to say to not say anything at all.
>>18410 He said "Schwarzer", but that can mean either a black-skinned person or a person with black hair. Chances are good the latter was meant, since it's doubtful a WW2 era bavarian peasant would have problems saying Neger. So, sadly, doesn't really narrow it all that much.
>>18412 Could it mean a person wearing black clothing? Although if it was a blurry vision, I can imagine he might use that word to describe somebody wearing a black balaclava.
>>18389 There are many wars on pause across the world that would all kick off if the US and allies got bogged down. China -> Taiwan Israel -> Iran Russia -> Ukraine N. Korea -> S. Korea India -> Pakistan and more I can't think of at the moment. Countries are going to settle dormant conflicts while the world police are distracted.
I have determined that afghanistan is the ideal home for the aryan race once the west has fallen. We will restore the hellenistic kingdom of bactria there and rule according to our right as the descendants of alexander. How shall we go about colonising it?
LOOKS LIKE TALIBAN VS NORTHERN ALLIANCE IS BACK ON THE MENU AGAIN BOYS, JUST LIKE I SAID EARLIER IN THREAD Original link paywalled, Text below. Looks likes the Uzbek, Taijiks, Kyrgz, and Turkmens aren't going to take shit from them. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/08/18/mujahideen-resistance-taliban-ahmad-massoud/ https://archive.is/x173f https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/18/world/asia/taliban-panjshir-valley.html https://archive.is/g8uuL >Ahmad Massoud is the leader of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan. >In 1998, when I was 9 years old, my father, the mujahideen commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, gathered his soldiers in a cave in the >Panjshir Valley of northern Afghanistan. They sat and listened as my father’s friend, French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, addressed them. “When you fight for your freedom,” Lévy said, “you fight also for our freedom.” >My father never forgot this as he fought against the Taliban regime. Up until the moment he was assassinated on Sept. 9, 2001, at the behest of the Taliban and al-Qaeda, he was fighting for the fate of Afghanistan but also for the West. >Now this common struggle is more essential than ever in these dark, tense hours for my homeland. >I write from the Panjshir Valley today, ready to follow in my father’s footsteps, with mujahideen fighters who are prepared to once again take on the Taliban. We have stores of ammunition and arms that we have patiently collected since my father’s time, because we knew this day might come. >We also have the weapons carried by the Afghans who, over the past 72 hours, have responded to my appeal to join the resistance in Panjshir. We have soldiers from the Afghan regular army who were disgusted by the surrender of their commanders and are now making their way to the hills of Panjshir with their equipment. Former members of the Afghan Special Forces have also joined our struggle. >But that is not enough. If Taliban warlords launch an assault, they will of course face staunch resistance from us. The flag of the National Resistance Front will fly over every position that they attempt to take, as the National United Front flag flew 20 years ago. Yet we know that our military forces and logistics will not be sufficient. They will be rapidly depleted unless our friends in the West can find a way to supply us without delay. >The United States and its allies have left the battlefield, but America can still be a “great arsenal of democracy,” as Franklin D. Roosevelt said when coming to the aid of the beleaguered British before the U.S. entry into World War II. >To that end, I entreat Afghanistan’s friends in the West to intercede for us in Washington and in New York, with Congress and with the Biden administration. Intercede for us in London, where I completed my studies, and in Paris, where my father’s memory was honored this spring by the naming of a pathway for him in the Champs-Élysées gardens. >Know that millions of Afghans share your values. We have fought for so long to have an open society, one where girls could become doctors, our press could report freely, our young people could dance and listen to music or attend soccer matches in the stadiums that were once used by the Taliban for public executions — and may soon be again. >The Taliban is not a problem for the Afghan people alone. Under Taliban control, Afghanistan will without doubt become ground zero of radical Islamist terrorism; plots against democracies will be hatched here once again. >No matter what happens, my mujahideen fighters and I will defend Panjshir as the last bastion of Afghan freedom. Our morale is intact. We know from experience what awaits us. >But we need more weapons, more ammunition and more supplies. >America and its democratic allies do not just have the fight against terrorism in common with Afghans. We now have a long history made up of shared ideals and struggles. There is still much that you can do to aid the cause of freedom. You are our only remaining hope. Looks like it's gonna be a Russia (Or just the neighboring stans)/India vs China(?)/Pakistan proxy war.
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>>18420 More of the same groups requesting money/supplies from America. Russia has virtually nothing to gain getting involved since the North Alliance is pro-Western. The only way the Russians will get involved is if the Taliban either cross the border into Iran like dumbasses or sign a working peace treaty with Iran. Russia doesn't have the spare GDP to throw at Durkas in the Middle East unless they happen to be aligned with Russian interests (Syria). They have enough issues dealing with their own Muslims in the Caucuses. Speaking of which... >>18414 Friendly reminder that the only reason Russia didn't nuke Chechnya was because of American threats of retaliation if they did.
>>18423 Surprised there haven't been more of these considering the Taliban is mostly young men.
>>18424 Then its going to turn into a Pakistan/India proxy war. I still think Russia might provide some material support, or the Stans might send volunteers. Given the tribal nature of this shitshow the other states are gonna get involved imho.
>>18420 >The Taliban is not a problem for the Afghan people alone. Under Taliban control, Afghanistan will without doubt become ground zero of radical Islamist terrorism; plots against democracies will be hatched here once again. Except that durka terrorism wouldn't be a problem for a non-democratic western country, because the government could just issue a travel ban for the whole region, and shoot anyone who shows up without papers.
>>18427 >implying lefties won't unleash autistic screeching if that happens >implying bidup will sign it into law >implying congress will ever let it pass or even draft it
>>18427 >>18428 i missed the non-democratic part, my bad
>Afghan Embassy in Tajikistan asks Interpol to arrest ex-President Ashraf Ghani, others for embezzlement For those not in the know, Tajikistan's embassy is effectively the continuity of the toppled Afghan government holding out in small pockets of heavily fortified (and almost irrelevant outside of some trade routes) geography. Ghani's own government remnants are after his ass for running with Afghan funds/artifacts and are asking for his extradition to the Taliban. They've elected whatshisface stolen glory son up above as the current leader of the Afghan government remnants.
>>18420 >but America can still be a “great arsenal of democracy,” as Franklin D. Roosevelt said when coming to the aid of the beleaguered British before the U.S. entry into World War II. If that's anything more than blatant pandering sales-copy language, then of course they are already doomed. Men of the region don't want anything to do with the globohomo vagino-anal """democracy""" and rightly so.
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Top.Fucking.Kek. The proto-Aryans uncovered a yuge cache of waifu pillows. How will WEEBs ever recover!?
>>18427 https://archive.is/L2mPz Taliban remarks 'moderate,' we aim to run Kabul airport: Erdoğan >Turkey appreciates the Taliban’s moderate statements and their pledge not to revert back to their previous hardline rule, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said late Wednesday during a televised interview. >Erdoğan also added that Turkey still aims to maintain Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport. >“We are making our plans in line with new realities in field, continuing negotiations accordingly,” Erdoğan said. >The group, known for its perverted interpretation of Shariah law, has been trying to assure the international community with moderate statements on women’s rights and other issues. >“We are open to cooperation. They have been very sensitive towards relations with Turkey and we hope their sensitivity will continue,” Erdoğan added. >Erdoğan also responded to recent allegations by main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Chairperson Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu of a secret deal made between the president and his U.S. counterpart to do with Afghan refugees. Erdoğan underlined that the American Embassy had already rejected the accusation and "whoever claims such a thing needs to prove it or apologize." >On Tuesday, the Taliban's main spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, told a news conference in Kabul that women would be allowed to work and study and "will be very active in society but within the framework of Islam." >During their 1996-2001 rule, the Taliban stopped women from working. Girls were not allowed to go to school and women had to wear burqas to go out, and then only when accompanied by a male relative. >Those who broke the rules sometimes suffered humiliation and public beatings by the Taliban's religious police. >Western leaders have said they will judge the new Taliban by their actions, including how they treat girls and women. >The Taliban declared the war in Afghanistan over after taking control of the presidential palace in Kabul, while Western nations scrambled Monday to evacuate their citizens amid chaos at Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport as frantic Afghans searched for a way out. >Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said Sunday, "The Taliban have won with the judgment of their swords and guns, and are now responsible for the honor, property and self-preservation of their countrymen," after fleeing the country as the militants entered the capital virtually unopposed, saying he wanted to avoid bloodshed. The ensuing hours saw hundreds of Afghans desperate to leave Kabul airport. >"Today is a great day for the Afghan people and the mujahideen. They have witnessed the fruits of their efforts and their sacrifices for 20 years," Mohammad Naeem, the spokesperson for the Taliban's political office, told Qatar-based media outlet Al-Jazeera TV. "Thanks to God, the war is over in the country," he said. >It took the Taliban just over a week to seize control of the country after a lightning sweep that ended in Kabul as government forces, trained for two decades and equipped by the United States and others at a cost of billions of dollars, melted away.
>>18435 >>Erdoğan also responded to recent allegations by main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Chairperson Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu of a secret deal made between the president and his U.S. counterpart to do with Afghan refugees. Erdoğan underlined that the American Embassy had already rejected the accusation and "whoever claims such a thing needs to prove it or apologize." Erdogan most likely will lose this election and when he does he will face the consequences of every crime he commited. he is probably trying to ; 1) Weponise afghans(and probably syrians) against turks. 2) He will flee to USA soo he is building ground for it. >>18434 absolutely based, they should do this in every country except Japan.
>>18434 Well, looks like we need to go back and teach them how to behave around waifus. These aren't 3DPD, abuse of waifu pillows cannot be allowed under any circumstance. Or just nuke them in retaliation.
>>18434 Nice bait. Seems like someone discovered Oxide.
>>18436 >He will flee to USA soo he is building ground for it. And why would they want him?
>>18441 Because he let the afghan immigrants into Turkey. The Afghan immigration is clearly not natural/
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>Bidup is earning the disdain of the media because he keeps fleeing his press conferences without answering any questions >he had an interview with ABC where he distanced himself from the chaos by saying it was "4 days, 5 days ago?" when the interview was done barely 2 days out from the Fall of Kabul >he's booked a flight for a long weekend out at Camp David
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>>18444 But wasn't he trying and failing to bag everyone's prizes not too long ago? He works for neither golem nor bear and is an active hindrance to every participant in the great game of the levant, why again would the US want him if not to pin various human rights violations on him in the Hague?
>>18436 Erdogan rigged the last elections, what makes you think he won't do it again?
>>18449 To no one's surprise. >>18452 This may come as a bit of a shock to anon, but many people would rather have a milquetoast pedo rather than a corrupt cheeto as president because to the average normalnigger Biden represents the status quo and normalniggers are terrified of change if they don't get gibs.
>>18449 >Be Joe >Trying to remember if you're in the 60s or 70s >Party keeps giving you fresh pre-teen pussy to rape so who cares? >Be on vacation fucking some police chief's daughter >Situation in Afghanistan is collapsing >Ignore your aides telling you to go back >Finally have a temper tantrum about being told to do your job and come back after the weekend >Read the teleprompter so half-assed even the true believers question if you're lucid >Refuse to answer questions >Have a shit fit about not being able to fuck kids >Can't even remember how many days it's been for the event you prolonged and orchestrated >An event that is going down as America's 2020s defining moment >Response consists of "not my problem" >Lowest ratings of virtually any president >Still in the first year of the first term >Demand to go back on vacation to fool around before your dick falls off from necrosis >People unironically respect you as their commander and chief We needed to get out of Afghanistan, but the way it's been fumbled by NATO & America is beyond disgusting.
>>18456 America will never recover. Burn your documents and sneak on an oil tanker, flee to Europe. By the time you get here, you'll be sunburned enough to count as a refugee. Do it Amerifags, prove you're worth something.
>>18454 I was talking about Erdogone not Bidup and asking why the US would want him as an exiled refugee given all the shit he's pulled with everyone in Continental Europe and the Levant.
>>18449 Apparently when the Alzhimers puppet that is Biden was propped up and appointed as president none of the deep state elite ever envisioned something happening that would require him to answer questions in a candid and unrehearsed manner.
>>18456 >the way it's been fumbled by NATO & America is beyond disgusting i don't really think so, we pulled out a bit faster than we should've but nobody expected the Afghan army to just fucking give up and hand over power. makes you wonder how fucked the government was beforehand that they considered the Talis a better alternative. although ghani is wanted by interpol now so maybe he'll get hanged like the spineless cuck he is, even the south vietnamese had the spines to sit outside the palace as the VC kicked down their door.
Turns out one of the men who fell off that C-17 was on Afghanistan's national youth football team. So now instead of a faceless dirt farmer, you've got someone sports fans around the world feel a connection to, and since it's a youth team it inherently gives people a sense of lost potential and a stolen future. It's pretty impressive that the PR image of that evacuation started with video of people falling to their death from an American plane, and it's still managing to get worse from there.
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>>18465 Does the Taliban re-interpret Sharia to exclude the prohibition on dancing and musical instruments? Or is it just the usual case where it's "rules for thee, not for me" and claim mujahideen are allowed things that are haram for everyone else?
>>18463 >ghani is wanted by interpol now Is he actually? i thought it was just a request.
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>>18466 As a rule of thumb, if they're sandnigger or North African Muslims, dancing is prohibited in most instances. If they're mountainous (Caucuses, Persian regions) or Asian (tropical or islander) Muslims, then dancing is A-Okay.
>>18468 He's in the UAE according to sketchy Indian news sites and is claiming to "still be in his work shoes" because he didn't have time to do anything & his security detail made him leave. He's denying allegations of stealing money that Russian news broadcasts claimed. The Tajikistan embassy is supposed to be recognized as representing what little Afghan remnant forces are left though right now.
>>18452 >>18454 I was thinking, 600 immigrants a day and this have been going on for at least a month soo 18000 afghans that fought against Taliban under USA, these afghans say they were promised peacefull lands by zogbots. I believe the taking these afghans are a payback. I don't want to insult but i have never seen americans protest for something real except that coup attemt at j6 About the war thing Erdogan have at least %5 of the country as militans soo about 3 million untrained turks and there are 5 million syrians, i bet my left ball at least 50k would fight for sharia in Turkey, we don't even really know how many of these afghans aren't a part of Taliban. We know USA likes it when there is a puppet dictatorship soo USA would support them in this case. The chances of Erdogan winning a civil war is bigger than hem wining a election. all of these are speculations and he might just die to a hearth attack
>>18471 >They could take Erdogan and western media won't say anything as long as deep state is ok with it. Should be before >I don't want to insult but ... Sorry, i am sleep deprived.
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Kabool: still fucked Media: still retarded Merchants: still mercantile >>18466 It's actually a video of dancing Pakis from April. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=dbIfxhZoKA8
>>18473 What is the context behind that video? Are those members of the Taliban firing in the air to keep the civilians submissive? Image unrelated.
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>>18477 It's near or at one of the airport checkpoints where they're trying to catch Afghan collaborators sneaking out. Here's a longer cut.
>>18478 I almost questioned why they were dressed like that, but then I remembered they commandeered most of the US supplies.
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>>18463 Considering the army was complaining about not getting paid for months and not even getting fed, it's not surprising they gave up. Also, why would they risk their lives for a full-on crazy western government type? Keep in mind all the feminist dance therapy and what have you the US forced on Afghanistan and how legitimately brainwashed their women got (there's numerous quotes in news articles, some completely written by braindead whores thinking the Taliban won't figure out who they're eventually about). The US shouldn't have gone full current year on a bronze age country and maybe their puppet government would still exist. They'd have felt a whole lot more attachment to 1950s Americana. Whats the chances the Panjshir resistance is not going to end in a massacre? They used to be a holdout against the Taliban in the olden days, but the faggot leading them is the leader by virtue of being the son of a guy. Then again, he glows mightily, which could be a benefit.
>>18485 From what I read that region has relied on the Northern border for supplies historically, so they're royally fucked without glow support.
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>>18485 Breaking: Government forces have liberated the strategic Pul-e-Hesar, Banu and Andarab districts of #Baghlan province from #Taliban The white khawarij flag was removed on our tricolour flag was raised. 200 taliban were killed & 0 captured. Liberation continues @Sarfaraz1201 https://web.archive.org/web/20210820150158/https://twitter.com/AkbarMohmand2/status/1428724492424007684 My guess is that there is gonna be some scrimmages popping up here and there between the Taliban and the government backed glows
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>>18485 >They'd have felt a whole lot more attachment to 1950s Americana. The Soviets tried to impose a 20th century society on them, didn't work. They threw out a reformist monarchy before the Soviets showed up. The Afghans have probably now achieved the only suitable form of government for their level of development.
>>18496 Well, that's what happens when half your country is one ethnicity and is all for progressive reform while the other, more rural ethnic group is still culturally stuck in the bronze age but with semi-modern weaponry. >>18488 >200 taliban were killed & 0 captured. Liberation continues Holy shit the Afghan remnants are sucking the memes straight from Ghani's tit. I didn't think they were gonna make this a war of annihilation but it seems the losing side is pushing for a final solution... Probably for themselves.
>>18488 (heil'd) Are there any ethnicities outside the Taliban and moderate western government remnants the Pentagon could militarize to piss off the CIA?
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>>18344 >Jens (((Stoltenberg)))
There are 10,000 to 15,000 Americans still stuck in Afghanistan but we saved the all-girls robotics team. American priorities are fucking a joke https://archive.vn/uZPLY
>>18510 I agree, but let's not pretend that the people stuck are the big shots. All the money-earners got out weeks ago. The US citizens stuck in Afghanistan right now are native Afghans who have US citizenship and the children of native Afghans who didn't take the warnings to get the fuck out seriously and are thus at least now smartly staying at their Kabul residences until either the Taliban makes a statement or US officials secure a way out.
>>18513 >>18510 Actually reading the article, that was good to read. The US government had nothing to do with it. The Digital Citizen Fund (a women's rights group who gets technology to girls in third world countries) founder personally got in contact with Qatar's government and worked out the information of the girls/time of the flights to get them safe passage out. It's the story of a private actor doing a good deed.
>>18508 The Stoltenbergs are a norwegian socialist politican clan. They have no direct jewish origin, but could be shabbos goys.
>>18515 Yeah, not all -steins and -bergs are kikes
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>the evac destination for a portion of the Afghans is fucking Uganda
>>18517 Those in scandinavia and northern germany at least aren't, but a Goldberg is always a sketchy fellow anywhere due to the etymology of the name itself (Mountain of Gold)
>>18420 >Under Taliban control, Afghanistan will without doubt become ground zero of radical Islamist terrorism; plots against democracies will be hatched here once again. Conveniently he forgot the part where Taliban went medieval on ISIS when they tried to play stupid games in Afghanistan. I don't see how anyone would be interested in getting bogged down in yet another proxy war in afghanistan. >>18525 >inb4 afghan refugees from uganda start applying for refugee status in afghanistan
>>18525 there's a surprising number of south Africans were living in Afghanistan
>>18527 There are actually lists of German Surnames used by Jews. Just get one and compare the names.
>>18533 Hitler was well aware of this deceitful propensity of theirs (as were many before him). It's particularly commonplace in White Christian lands such as Europe and the USA. Hollywood is particularly prevalent example of this, percentage-wise. It's entirely intentional.
>>18532 Bruddah dun kno de wey.
>>18535 Jews are deceitful, but they actually fought against getting Surnames in Europe, because it opened them up to taxation, criminal investigation and being drafted into the military. Before that they had their own jew names they used with each others and the European states only interacted with them over their Rabbis.
Taliban allegedly ‘set woman on fire for bad cooking’ >An Afghan woman was reportedly set on fire by Taliban fighters because they were dissatisfied with her cooking amid a wave of capricious attacks as the Islamists revel in their victory. >Najla Ayoubi, a former judge and campaigner against violence against women who had to flee after the government collapsed, told Sky News that she had received reports multiple reports of casual abuse of women by insurgents following their string of victories. >One young woman had been "put on fire because she was accused of bad cooking for Taliban fighters" in the north of the country. >"They are forcing people to give them food and cook them food," she said. "They also force families to marry their young daughters to Taliban fighters. I don't see where is the promise that they think women should be going to work, when we are seeing all of these atrocities." >The Taliban's central leadership has promised to respect women rights, protect civilians, and extend a general amnesty to former government officials and soldiers. >But rank and file fighters on the ground appear to be indulging in both impulsive acts of revenge against civilians and systematic manhunts for government officials, former soldiers, Afghans who worked with foreign troops, journalists, and NGO workers. >A German charity on Friday said it was shutting down safe houses for Afghan nationals who worked with coalition forces because they had become "death traps." >Marcus Grotian, an active German soldier who runs the network, because they had become too dangerous. >“The Taliban are going door to door looking for local forces,” he said “This was foreseeable, and there has already been a visit to one of the safehouses by the Taliban. Thank God it was empty.” >Deutsche Welle, the German media group, said Taliban fighters hunting for one of its journalists shot and killed one of his relatives and wounded another during a house raid. >"We need to get out before they come knocking on the door," said one former military interpreter who is still in hiding while waiting to hear whether his application for evacuation by British forces will be successful. https://web.archive.org/web/20210820183438/https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2021/08/20/taliban-set-woman-fire-bad-cooking-protesters-beaten-brutal/
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>>18538 I'm pretty sure that the Taliban won't treat women very well, but still, some of that sounds too over the top, isn't setting people on fire outright haram? i genuinely don't know what to believe, it could be western propaganda but it could also be primitive goatfuckers being primitive goatfuckers.
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>>18540 >>18538 The average Afghan is 18 years old. 2/3rds of the country's population are under 25. About 10-20% live in cities while the rest of the population comes from rural areas (the areas that have been at war this entire time). It doesn't sound like something the Taliban would do, but from the reports I've read it's mostly the grunts (who would all be young men) doing the niggerish shit so it equally wouldn't surprise me. Young men in groups do stupid, often fatal or niggerish shit.
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>>18542 (me)
>>18538 >>18540 Victorious conquests very frequently see grunts committing atrocities in the aftermath, even without the particularly extreme situation here that >>18541 points out. I see every reason to believe that that sort of thing is happening, whether the Taliban's external claims about their internal orders are true or not.
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>>18546 I guess trigger discipline means CIA training and not learning over 20 years from repeated friendly fires.
>>18546 Keep coping agent smith, trigger discipline and firearm safety will naturally evolve within every armed group over time. No need for overpaid western instructors to teach basic safety rules.
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>>18549 I get the distinct feeling that all we managed to accomplish in 20 years was just weeding out all the retarded jihadists and leave the smarter ones to survive and thrive.
>>18551 We killed all the goatfuckers. Now it's the chads while we have furry faggots in our airforce. Think about that.
>>18547 >>18548 >>18549 I think specifically holding your finger to the side of the trigger guard instead of hovering it over the trigger is less something that "naturally evolves" and more a conscious idea that is come up with by one guy, and habits aren't easily overcome so that one guy couldn't have just told everyone else to start doing it, so, this can only be the result of a change in (or institution of) training. They could have just gotten it from reading pirated US army field manuals or a fucking documentary about basic training, though, or been trained by any other intelligence agency for any number of other reasons so it doesn't prove anything. Also that guy is clearly holding the gun against his waist by the stock, if he was holding the gun against his shoulder by the grip his finger would be resting against the trigger too, this meme is being disingenuous.
>>18553 Or maybe a lot of them went through Afghan army training, and then defected as soon as they learned everything there was to learn. If just a few dozen people does that every year for 20 years, that's still enough defectors among their ranks to make this good practice widespread. And if I was a young Afghan man who wanted the western devils to fuck off, then first joining their army and then defecting with the equipment, money, and knowledge to the other side sounds like a good idea.
>>18546 The Taliban have links to the Pakistani ISI. Not everything is CIA, do you think Western glowniggers are so competent as to teach trigger discipline?
>>18555 However, >>18554 seems the best explanation
https://archive.is/VLGnL Here's your shipment of Afghan women journalist leaders.
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The UN does... something. https://archive.is/NB3ub
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>Sources close to the Taliban leadership told the American publication Foreign Policy that the group will form a 12-member council to run the country. http://web.archive.org/web/20210824190159/https://twitter.com/ArianaNews_/status/1430177271466299396 >Taliban posts a video showing construction work in Afghanistan, says "Time to Roll up sleeves and Build Afghanistan." https://archive.is/TVIVt https://twitter.com/TheInsiderPaper/status/1430182372461457409 >President Joe Biden has agreed with Pentagon recommendation to stick with Aug. 31 withdrawal deadline, senior administration official says. >Officials say decision was made because of increasing security concern at the airport, particularly the risk of suicide bombings and car bombings. The withdrawal process for 5,800 troops begins on Friday, they said. https://archive.is/pO1oZ https://twitter.com/idreesali114/status/1430189515180752897 >Big story: #Iran resumes fuel exports to #Afghanistan at the Taliban's request http://web.archive.org/web/20210824190443/https://twitter.com/SamRamani2/status/1430102099686273028 >Taliban has appointed former Guantanamo detainee mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir as acting defense minister, Qatari based Al Jazeera news channel reported on Tuesday, citing a source in the Islamist movement. https://archive.is/TCZQ7 https://twitter.com/JasonMBrodsky/status/1430210042742165505 Algeria cuts diplomatic ties with Morocco over ‘hostile actions’ >Algeria’s Foreign Minister Ramdane Lamamra accuses Rabat of ‘hostile actions’ as Algiers breaks ties with its neighbour. http://web.archive.org/web/20210824190455/https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/8/24/algeria-cuts-diplomatic-ties-with-morocco
>>18590 I like how our oldest ally seems to not give a shit while the Algiers are screeching like harpies.
>>18590 >The Taliban has seized a vast amount of weapons, including hundreds of MANPADS (shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles) - Russian Defense Minister https://web.archive.org/web/20210825053924/https://twitter.com/MuradGazdiev/status/1430208350537633794
>>18573 This is like something straight from a KEK or cringe contest. Somehow it's both. >>18600 It's almost like fighting for a cause and giving your everything can help you beat overwhelming odds, ain't that right? I hope the burgers burned their dick enough on this one to forget about sticking it anywhere else for the next 5-10 years.
https://archive.is/Rn3u5 >Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands halt their evacuation efforts at Kabul due to credible threat of an ISIS suicide bombing I'm waiting for Osama to show up shitposting on Tiktok revealing that OP Neptune Spear only killed one of his body doubles.
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>>18275 Looks like the glowies really want to stay in Afghanistan. https://archive.vn/xPpfB
>>18618 There's been a second one now. The Taliban is claiming that it's ISIS.
>>18620 The Pentagon is reporting "a complex attack that resulted in a number of U.S. and civilian casualties," of multiple explosions and gunfire, and it seems the second bomb was at a nearby hotel. BBC says there are unconfirmed reports of at least ten dead so far. The gate that got bombed had reportedly been manned by American and British troops; so far the UK says no British casualties but the Pentagon says at least three US Marines injured.
>>18620 >>18621 Will ISIS go full Platoon and suicide bomb the HQ, overrun the airport and massacre everyone?
WHY are they STILL not dug in? are they trying to bait out an attack?
The US embassy reported an unspecified "security threat" against the gate 15 hours ago. It said to avoid going to the airport, that any Americans at Abbey Gate (the one that got attacked) when it issued the warning "should leave immediately", and advised them to beware large crowds. https://web.archive.org/web/20210825235328/https://af.usembassy.gov/security-alert-embassy-kabul-afghanistan-august-25-2021/ Likewise from the British. >There could be an "highly lethal" terror attack at Kabul airport within hours, a minister has warned. Armed Forces minister James Heappey said there were "very credible" reports of a "severe" threat in the capital. The Foreign Office last night issued new guidance telling anyone near the airport to "move away to a safe location and await further advice". https://web.archive.org/web/20210826124625/https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-58337632
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Unconfirmed video on Twitter seems to show significantly more than the 10 dead the US is reporting, or the 13 from the Taliban. Any footage like this must be doubted, since there's no guarantee it's from the attack it's claimed to be from and could just as easily be years-old footage, but it at least seems compatible with what the area around the airport looks like.
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Setting aside answers of "because the CIA/Mossad told them to", why exactly are ISIS attacking here and now?
>>18627 maybe because its their last chance to be relevant? "seek attention at all costs" is one of the laws of power for good reason, and it goes double for a terrorist group
>>18629 >estimated 118,000 dead >$982 billion >$8.3 million dollars per death Those are some expensive corpses.
>>18631 Have to cover up their blacklight projects somehow
>>18623 Because other than the Taliban dicking around in Kabul, they are allowing the evacuation of people who want to leave (since they don't want them), so there is an uneasy understanding between the Taliban and US military. No one is going to dig in and create an international disaster. The Taliban has an airforce in the top 100 countries thanks to America and could shoot the evacuating airplanes if they really wanted to.
>>18627 They got mogged by the Talichads.
>>18627 ISIS are a tiny minority secular sect of Islamic enforcement in Afghanistan. With the NATO pulling out, they are next on the chopping block. Unless CIA/Mossad is still using them and running operations out of Bangladesh or Pakistan, this is just a death cry from disposed ISIS troops (possibly funded by a local warlord) to try to disrupt the American pullout. No America = Taliban wiping the floor of ISIS and ISIS knows it.
>>18625 As expected, reports are being revised upwards. Now saying at least 60 dead and 140 wounded, and reports are that anywhere from 4 to 10 US soldiers are among those killed.
>international community starts bitching that taliban set up a perimeter around the airport and was not letting people through >taliban lifts the perimeter amd leaves dealing with the shitshow to the international community >this happens Ied pottery.
>>18637 >ISIS are a tiny minority secular sect of Islamic enforcement in Afghanistan >secular I thought they were (purported to be) fundamentalists?
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Biden just gave another disaster of a press conference, this time they forced him to answer questions from the press from a list they gave him ahead of time and he spoke at a rate of 1 word per minute.
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>>18649 His drugs wore off and he was on the verge of shutting down at the end.
>>18285 I'm glad I'm not the only one that noticed how prophetic this game was. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCNQ893rLFo
>>18649 Here's a link since they've unlisted it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRxMiM17KJE
>>18639 from one vest?
>>18657 Two bombs and gunfire. The news articles I'm seeing only say the one at the airport gate was a vest. I haven't seen it specified whether the one at the hotel was also a vest (though it seems likely they'd be the same method). Also, the count's now at 12 US troops killed, 11 Marines and a Navy medic. And I'm seeing some claims that the figure of 60 dead is actually referring to Afghans and excludes the US troops, so the real total is 72. But that seems to be unclear at the moment.
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WSJ is now claiming 13 burgers and 90 Afghans dead.
>>18655 >Here's a link since they've unlisted it Lmao, how long until they delete it outright?
>>18661 It's pretty common for them to private the livestreams afterwards. Most of the ones I've seen have done that. It seems like the standard practice is to private the stream then re-upload it as a non-live video later, with the hour+ of dead air at the start and end removed.
>>18662 How many other 'edits' do they typically make?
>Already seeing sites say Biden went from Saigon to Tehran moment Horrifying that Kamala is getting closer to the presidency, but it is still funny to watch Biden fall very quickly.
>>18664 When I look for those articles, I only get two sites saying that, one of which directs to the other with a "click here for full story" button, and the site with the "full story" is completely broken in both FF- and Chromium-based browsers. The only thing the one that redirects says is that it was written by "a professor at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing and a research fellow at UIBE's Academy of China Open Economy Studies."
https://web.archive.org/web/20210826235448/https://www.politico.com/news/2021/08/26/us-officials-provided-taliban-with-names-of-americans-afghan-allies-to-evacuate-506957 >U.S. officials in Kabul gave the Taliban a list of names of American citizens, green card holders and Afghan allies to grant entry into the militant-controlled outer perimeter of the city’s airport >“Basically, they just put all those Afghans on a kill list,” said one defense official. >"There have been occasions when our military has contacted their military counterparts in the Taliban and said this, for example, this bus is coming through with X number of people on it, made up of the following group of people. We want you to let that bus or that group through," Biden said. "So, yes there have been occasions like that." "I can't tell you with any certitude that there's actually been a list of names," he added. "There may have been." What the actual fuck lmao.
>>18666 I feel genuinely sorry for all the poor fucks over there that believed the propaganda about the west and democracy and shit
>>18655 >>18661 >>18663 Two words. youtube-dl youtube-dl That is all.
>>18667 Don't be sorry. I doubt many of those people are even real Americans, just paper Americans. The more of them die at the hands of the Taliban, the fewer refugees there will be to invade Europe and North America. >>18668 Already done. https://files.catbox.moe/oijrua.7z
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>>18666 >>18667 Now that the war's over, those assets are completely useless. Might as well dispose of them. What are they gonna do, babysit them at Langley?
>>18644 >I thought they were (purported to be) fundamentalists? Alright, "real talk" the only branches of Islam that can be considered "fundamentalist" are Saudi Arabia and arguably the Taliban sects practicing Saudi-influenced Salafi Islam. Even the Islamic countries that have been "returning to conservative ideals" like Iran and Turkey are the Muslim equivalent of Neocon Christians LARPing. The cultural issues of those regions didn't come about from Islam. They were there long before Islam, and had a similar fate to a lot of the "outskirt" European countries that were converted to Christianity. When the Imperialists (English, French, Dutch, etc.) bulldozed through the outer Islamic territories during the 1800s there was basically a cultural split between those who saw the fruits of Imperialism and wanted to mimic it (most of your modern "progressive" Muslim countries like Indonesia, Singapore, Egypt, etc.), and those who outright rejected it (Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, etc.). Up through the 80s both groups tried to maintain a global presence, but the Fundamentalists saw American and Soviet expansion into Muslim countries and decided to go roll back their dogma a few centuries. If America had decided to expand into the Indo-Pacific instead of the Middle East, fundamentalist Islam would not be a problem today. Instead America sided with the fundamentalists. >How does that related to ISIS ISIS was a cultural movement that wanted to see a return to secular government with Islamists in charge of morality, not legality. The economic and political policies of ISIS are basically a Muslim variant of American legal and political policy in the 1910s-1930s before WWII, but with that classic goat-fucker twist of lighting people on fire and mass executions. Unlike every other Islamic movement that has ever held power though, ISIS was a meritocracy that accepted Muslims from all walks of life, even if they were not well-versed in the Quran. The reason ISIS was considered such a huge threat was because they were recruiting young people left and right, and it turned out actually having Islam in the armed forces was important because shit like the child-wive rapings, butt-fucking, pedophilia, drugs, and other ills commonly expressed in stories from army personnel flourished in an environment where only lip service was paid to religion. The reason people say ISIS are glowniggers js because the CIA supplied them with weapons either directly or indirectly via those various programs that sold military arms to the Mexican Cartels. Right now the evidence points to both, and I wish I was joking about the US selling guns dirt cheap to the Cartels, who resold them to ISIS for access to raw opiates from mammoth poppies.
>>18672 Why not bring them over to the USA as cheap labor for their home operations?
>>18670 I'm speaking about those paper americans, if they were promised something that promise should be kept, that the promise shouldn't have been made in the first place is true, but it's another matter.
>>18672 >Help invading army >you and your entire family get made into pinatas and your youngest daughter becomes an onahole When will people finally learn that invaders that don't annex will leave at some point and traitors won't be treated kindly then? Seriously, this has happened a billion times throughout history.
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>>18670 They might be sandniggers, westaboo whiteknight cucks and borderline traitors but an Aryan never steps back on his word. What the murkans did was completely dishonourable and humiliating.
>>18677 >>18680 Spoken like true cuckservatives. Ahmed will thank you faggots for letting him rape white women.
>>18676 We already have cheap labor flooding over the Rio Grande. Unless you think a handful of brown guys scoping out the Midwest won't be conspicuous at all.
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>>18682 t. no name jose Real men stick to their word which means honor
>>18682 I seriously doubt these specific sandnegros have the balls to rape even newborn goats.
>>18682 The paper Americans were mostly not even 10 years old when the Taliban was first ousted by US forces. These are a people who lived their entire lives in Kabul, rarely exposed to the war that was happening in the South of their country. They are ethnically Persian or Pashtun, they practice what would be considered "Western non-Salafist" forms of Islam, and they have been exposed to nothing but western propaganda since around 2003-2007 onwards. Broad sweeping generalizations about Islam are one thing because anyone suggesting a trilogy is a heretic, however the people of Kabul have been exposed more to American worldviews than local tribal Afghan ones and aren't even actual goat-fucking Arabians in the first place. At worse you can argue that some of them are ethnic Tajiks. These aren't militants that worked for the US they are civilian interpreters and logistics personnel. The message that America is sending is that they won't protect the local populations they utilize as private sector workers, so now America will have to outsource even MORE slave labor to SEAniggers in the future and will have to promise MORE hazard bonuses to convince any locals working for them not to run with the supply truck to the enemy.
>>18688 The ones that struck those deals were glowies with no honor. Unless you're a cuck, you don't raise someone else's bastard.
>>18698 Loki (sagas Loki, not capeshit) is supposed to be a lesson on what NOT to do, not a guide to life.
>>18691 Two decades of forced propaganda is supposed to integrate tribal Muslims from Central Asia? We can't even civilize the negroes in inner city schools and we've been at that for four decades now.
>>18718 It's not two decades for some adult in his 40s or 50s, anon. It's two decades of being born and raised under the banner of Western culture in a city of over 3 million people, mostly coming from the Northern "tribes" that have as much in common with their past as the average burger has with his family's country of origin. >We can't even civilize the negroes in inner city schools and we've been at that for four decades now. That has more to do with Saturday Night Specials being illegal and the Burger education system being corrupt from the ground up. I think it's disingenuous to compare the Afghan people who have had civilization and culture for centuries and respect laws to niggers. The closest prolific ethnic group to Afghans living in North America right now are Indians.
>>18719 >Indians Red dot or feather?
>>18723 Red dot. Sorry I should have specified. I'll take niggers over feather.
>>18725 Seriously? The red dots are soulless automatons barely two and a half steps above the chinksectoids. Every feather I've met has been a wonderful & civilized person. Not always well educated so there's the odd diction of the poor that follows them around but aside from that they're fine.
>>18719 >It's not two decades for some adult in his 40s or 50s Don't forget their age distribution is very bottom heavy 90% is under 40 and average age is 19 and there's no post WW2 "boomer" demographic like in the west. >I think it's disingenuous to compare the Afghan people who have had civilization and culture for centuries and respect laws to niggers. this.
>>18727 Featherniggers are probably nice out East, but all we got out West are the bums who can't even pay rent with their government checks because they spent it all on liquor and stupid shit to fight with Mexicans. I would absolutely take a nigger over a feather since at least I know the nigger will fuck off when you shoot at him instead of secretly planning to rape-murder your entire family while you're at work because he's not only drunk and disorderly on reparation monies, but refuses to be employed too. Don't know how it is where you're at, but every feather in a 500 mile radius of here comes from a tribe that committed enough atrocities to justify genociding them.
>>18725 >>18727 Varies I guess. India has a very stratified society, the upper castes are very westernized and generally keep it classy. >Every feather I've met has been a wonderful & civilized person. Keep far away from reservations (not talking about the ones with casinos on them) if you want it to keep your streak going.
>>18730 >out East Strelok, I'm on the I-5 corridor. Are you like, in flyover country? That's pretty harsh land, some of it, which lead to some of the Indian wars indirectly. On the coast there's too much fresh fruit (speaking literally) to learn to fight over it. Maybe that's the difference, I don't know. I've known a few drunks, some feathers some not, and that lifestyle ... I understand the desires that lead to the prohibition. But it's not their parentage it's their own laziness in that case.
>>18725 >I'll take niggers over feather. No wonder America is in its current state
>>18471 >except that coup attemt at j6 You missed the big news strelok it's not a coup anymore because when the FBI investigated they found that all the agitators they arrested were in fact fellow glowniggers so now they are trying to sweep it under the rug because they probably don't want to draw attention to the fact that they keep doing this shit.
France’s drawdown in West Africa fuels local extremists’ hope for a Taliban-style victory https://archive.vn/Yhs5D
>>18758 >Fighters loyal to al-Qaeda and the Islamic State see the Taliban’s ‘patience’ against foreign powers as a winning strategy They aren't wrong. Afghanistan was a test of whether or not an Ochlocracy could launch a perpetual war for profits. The answer was a hard "no" and if it wasn't clear after Vietnam, it's now crystal clear that democracies around the world can not win a prolonged engagement. This long haul strategy might work, but it kills the nation internally.
>>18763 But today the army of a democratic country is a plaything of politicians who want to use them as tools in domestic affairs, and in this case it means they are forces of vibrant diversity. I think we are at the point where the tranniggers of the US armed forces couldn't even pull off another Desert Storm, let alone a Vietnam. Let's not even speak about Korea or ww2. In other words, they also can't win in a short yet brutal war.
Looks like CNN decided to "interview" a "commander" of ISIS-L in the Kabul attack 2 weeks before the boming. Oh, and they "retracted" the indenitity of the person. https://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2021/08/28/isis-k-leader-intv-ward-afghanistan-kabul-attack-vpx.cnn https://archive.is/Y93gx Video is 256mb, I have compressed it to AUDIO ONLY, there's some insurgent footage but its not notworthy. >COMMANDER: We were operating in Taliban’s ranks. However, these people were not aligned with us in terms of belief, so we went to ISIS. >WARD: Do you think they’re not strict enough with their implementation of sharia? >COMMANDER: You see, they can’t present one example where they have enforced fixed Islamic law punishment, where they have cut off a thief’s hand, have stoned to death an adulterer, have stoned to death a murderer. They cannot enforce fixed Islamic law punishments because they are under other people’s control, and they implement their plans. So we do not want to implement someone else’s plans, and we only want to enforce sharia. If anyone gets along with us on this, he is our brother. Otherwise, we declare war with him whether he is Talib or anyone else. >WARD: So, have you carried public executions, suicide bombings, things of this nature? >COMMANDER: Yes. I have too many memories where I was present myself at these scenes. One memory is that the Pakistani Taliban had come to the Nazyan District, and during the fighting we capture five people. Our fighters became overexcited and we struck them with axes >At one point, Ward asked, “Has your group engaged in any fighting with U.S. Special Forces?” >“Yes,” he replied. “We have faced them on many occasions. We had close combat with them, too.” >Ward asked the commander, “Are you interested ultimately in carrying out international attacks?” >“This point is higher than my level,” he said. “I can only give you information about Afghanistan.” >The commander said be thinks the departure of U.S. forces from the country will make it easier for ISIS-K to expand. >After CNN aired the interview, Anderson Cooper asked Ward, “Why did the commander of ISIS-K agree to sit down and speak with a woman?” >“It’s important for our viewers to understand that there’s always a lot of hypocrisy,” she said of ISIS-K’s views toward women. >“I’ve experienced it many times before,” she said. “What they say and what they do are very different.”
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I beg of you, somebody, please, make sure to archive what may or may not be Jim's final appearance on the internet, shitting on Biden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJEzTyqCmG4 I'd love to watch it live, but I have to stay at work for the rest of the day, this is killing me faster than his ass cancer. >inb4 cancer was just a joke to stop making content
>>18776 >the rice frier is still alive I thought Corona-chan or his chronic Flavovirus-chan had gotten him!
>>18776 I refuse to give Esther the time of day.
>>18763 I think the powers that be will just invent another war to prop up the military indurstiral complex and other boomer kikery for fun and profit while the underlings best the brunt of the cost. They can always stir up shit somewhere else as far as they're concerned.
>>18776 He removed the stream before YouTube even had the time to process it as a video, otherwise I would have nabbed it. Maybe somebody was saving it as it was streaming.
>>18776 Had no idea about chris-chan's arrest, i want it so bad for his prediction to become true Why is this in the mid east thread?
>>18776 >beg You don't have to beg anon, just look at how many 4chan faggots there were on that stream. They will do that job for you, so stop spamming this shit on all the boards you know of.
>>18719 >I think it's disingenuous to compare the Afghan people who have had civilization and culture for centuries What makes you think the school system we set up over there is any better than our own? And even if it was, if they came over to the West and see the absolute state of our "civilization," their children would want to take after the Talibs just like how second generation Westernized Muslims were the most keen to join ISIS.
>>18796 >Rapefugees are the same It's not even remotely the same geographical location as where the refugees in Europe came from, let alone situation.
>>18800 You don't get it: according to most burgers everyone from Ireland to Germany is an Aryan Übermensch, but west of Germany they get replaced by gopniks, and south and south-west of the gopniks everyone is an ayyrab.
>>18791 I thought he was going to talk mostly about biden and the afganistan situation. It was a gamble on my part and I lost. Sorry, mang. JANNIES, go ahed and delete my post, I don't mind.
>>18800 Mate look up the rate of Afghan criminality in Europe. It's not a joke you are literally importing a bronze age culture based around barbarism and rape.
>>18675 The CIA knew exactly where those guns would be funneled, the same way they let the Saudis arm ISIS to weaken Syria. They knew exactly what they were doing.
>>18719 >I think it's disingenuous to compare the Afghan people who have had civilization and culture for centuries and respect laws to niggers. And yet they act like niggers in Germany. A recent police study showed that thanks to 2015 there is an average gang rape ever two days now and almost every gang rape has at least one Afghan man among the rapists. They steal like crows and end up as junkies and drug dealers while living on unemployment benefits. Why do you think the German bureaucracy tries their utmost to sabotage the evacuation of Afghan helpers from Kabul to Germany? Because they know already what kind of shitweasels they would bring into the country.
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>>18800 >implying I mean the recent rapefugees This has been a problem for decades. ISIS recruited from Westernized Muslims even from those families where the parents had been naturalized and essentially integrated into mainstream Western society. It also happens when African Africans move to Western countries, their children become degenerates. Osama and al-Zawahiri were from rich Arab families that enjoyed the latest Western comforts money could buy. Contemporary Western and westernized culture offers no depth within which to lay roots. It's a constantly shifting sea of sand, a parade of popular media flashing before you, all just chasing after money. Even if you believe in the cultural norms of the West in one decade, the next decade those norms are overthrown and you're an outcast. You're only asking for trouble if you want more of them to come. I swear some of the posters that have found their way to this obscure board were born yesterday.
>>18802 >>18811 >>18814 >In Europe >In Europe >In Europe We're talking about importing Afghans to America, where the consequences of rape, battery, etc. is deportation, not Europe where they get a slap on the wrist. The European problem is entirely self-made. Austria funded the schools that taught them (to hate) Western ideology back home, Germany gave them the ability to lie about who they are and still get admitted, Sweden gave them free reign to not have to focus on their education/career, and France gave them the ability to not be deported or face consequences for their actions. The only real question I haven't been able to find a good answer for is why you only see it with Afghans and not Syrians, Iraqis, etc. American Afghans, who face deportation if they commit crimes and aren't allowed to sit on welfare forever, don't have any of these insidious issues that are rife in Europe.
From 1975-2017 there were zero murders by ethnic Afghans in America despite having significant population centers. There were three attempted terrorist attacks in that timeframe resulting in 30 people wounded.
>>18832 >You're only asking for trouble if you want more of them to come. I don't think anyone really wants that, what some of us want is for promises to be kept, for honor to mean something, not to use people and then throw them under the bus when their usefulness has ran out, Ideally, if those people don't behave then they do get thrown under the bus, the promise was kept, the chance given and if they spit on it then that's on them and they should suffer the consequences. And again, ideally such a promise should never have been made.
>>18844 This essentially. Agreements shouldn't have been made, but a society without honor is not a society at all.
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>>18844 Don't make promises that have to be kept on someone else's watch. US strategic planners shouldn't have forgotten the ghosts of Vietnam: >The morning of the evacuation, Dean sat in his office one last time and read a letter from Prince Sirik Matak in which the respected former deputy prime minister declined evacuation and thus sealed his own death. It read: "I never believed for a moment that you have this sentiment of abandoning a people which has chosen liberty. I have only committed this mistake of believing in you the Americans." http://web.archive.org/web/20210401115321/https://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/u-s-abandoned-cambodia-1975-pullout-ex-ambassador-article-1.2180529 >>18845 American honor is founded on the Constitution, a document that gets violated by those in power at every given opportunity. If the government won't even uphold the rights it "guarantees" in contract with its own citizens, how is it supposed to uphold its "guarantees" to foreign nationals?
>American drone strikes meant to hit ISIS-K actually obliterated ten members of an Afghan family, including six children between 12 and 2 >one of the adults killed was a former translator for NATO and others had US visas, and the family was waiting to get word of their evacuation flight Well, I guess the US did keep its promise not to leave them to the Taliban.
>>18847 >Don't make promises that have to be kept on someone else's watch. This stuff is supposed to be done in the name of the state, changes in government aren't really changing the watch in this case, though you're wrong in sentiment. >If the government won't even uphold the rights it "guarantees" in contract with its own citizens, That's of course a more important issue, i think we can all agree that takes precedence over guarantees to foreigners, it just wasn't part of the discussion
>>18849 >changes in government aren't really changing the watch in this case, though you're wrong in sentiment. I was thinking more along the lines of the fact that policy makers issue these promises, but they have no stake in keeping them. Presidents, Senators and Congressmen come and go, staff are appointed and dismissed, arms manufacturers lobby for insider access, leadership rotates around party loyalties. Those making decisions have little to no tangible connection to the consequences that are instead borne by your common grunt or their Afghan interpreter, whose most impactful course of action in the case of the former is to die because then the bad press might make it to Washington.
>>18846 Soviet armour not usable. The guns are taken out and the lave ones are welded to be unusable. I'm not even sure they even have engines in them. They could try and ask some industrialized country to retrofit them but in its current state it's as good as a rock.
>>18849 you're not* wrong >>18850 True that
>>18851 I find it funny that the collapsing USSR had more functionality in its withdraw then the current US.
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>>18848 This all seems like a parody post made in /int/, americans somehow managed to make this look much worse than Vietnam, because while many say Saigon was razed "to liberate it" the fact is the US also razed an afghani city to secure it, i think it was Fallujah.
>>18858 Fallujah is in Iraq.
>>18860 Disregard that and nevermind the bollocks, i suck cocks
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>>18848 I'm not sure which disgusts me more. The level of incompetence, or the fact that I'm wholly unsurprised and know this won't get any media attention.
>>18868 >or the fact that I'm wholly unsurprised and know this won't get any media attention. I don't know about that they're shitting on Biden awful hard now days. This time it might just make it into the evening news.
>>18868 They did a Salem witch hunt move on the poor bastard. Taliban probably did a clever move and try to frame him as the big bad so thier enemies could eat each other up. The airforce ate it up because they were indoctrinated into this cancel culture crap and you know how those types react to things. Without hesetation and with no remorse after the fact because they view him eternally as a Nazi that deserves worst than death. No critical thinking in the airforce, only decadence.
>>18876 >shitting on biden Here comes Kamekameha. Some intresting news: US CONGRESSMAN MISSING IN AFGHANISTAN https://archive.is/0GZX7 https://breaking911.com/breaking-gop-congressman-missing-in-afghanistan-while-on-rogue-evacuation-mission-report-dsyd/ >United States Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) has reportedly gone missing while trying to enter Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover and chaotic U.S. departure. >According to The Washington Post, the Republican Congressman was on a ‘rogue evacuation mission,’ ignoring warnings from the State Department not to travel to the country. >Mullin reportedly contacted the embassy in Tajikistan in an attempt to move cash into Afghanistan. >“Embassy officials told Mullin they could not assist him in skirting Tajikistan’s laws on cash limits on his way to visiting one of the most dangerous places on earth,” the Post reported. >“As of late Tuesday, U.S. officials said they were unsure of Mullin’s location. Mullin’s office did not respond to multiple requests for comment,” the report continues. No documents, no problem, snackbar "refugees" coming soon to state near you https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/wisconsin-tom-tiffany-questions-unvetted-afghans-army-base https://archive.is/k5fQU >A House member who has blasted security issues at the porous Mexican border will visit a Wisconsin Army base housing Afghan refugees over concerns they aren't thoroughly vetted as President Joe Biden stated on Sunday. >“Having been down to the border and seeing what’s going on, seeing the lies Biden says about al Qaeda not in Afghanistan, and his own people say that is not true — I want to go to the base to see firsthand what is happening,” Rep. Tom Tiffany, a Wisconsin Republican, told the Washington Examiner. “At this point, you can’t trust the people in Biden’s administration.” >Tiffany said the Biden administration did not alert him of the arrival and has given conflicting information. His office found out about the incoming migrants from a televised press conference. >“The American people have not been given a true view of what is happening as we are seeing this disaster unfold the past few weeks,” Tiffany said. “I want to make sure they have good strong security at Ft. McCoy. I just spoke to somebody who had been in Afghanistan for seven years, and he said, ‘It would be ignorant to believe everyone saying they are who they really are.’”
>>18880 Every day there's a new story about Afghanistan that boggles the mind
>>18880 >Taliban vs Mexican Cartel battles can become reality and soon Well a good clown world should at least be entertaining.
>>18880 >‘It would be ignorant to believe everyone saying they are who they really are.’ That's because last names only really took off in Afghanistan in the last like decade. Before that you were just so-and-so from someplace tribe.
>>18880 >US CONGRESSMAN MISSING IN AFGHANISTAN I used to think that reality was a tragedy, but now I realize, it’s a comedy.
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Taliban hang someone out of a US Blackhawk.
>>18884 Sinaloa Cartel already employed taliban fighters some years ago, they supposedly were instructors for RPG shooting and mountain small arms warfare. Or at least that's what some cartel videos said, also not hard to find illegal race horses with arab names in YT and cartel members with arabic nicknames.
>>18886 Allegedly he was stopped at the border in Afghanistan due to having too many wads of cash and turned away. Reports are claiming he is "completely safe" but won't say where he is or what happened.
>>18880 Everywhere I see is calling him a fucking retarded for even trying to go there, and they're right, but what are the odds he'd be hailed as a selfless hero trying to fix the fuckup which is definitely all Biden's personal fault and nobody else's, if there were a D after his name instead of an R?
>>18837 Mostly western europe. I've not seen much immigrants in Eastern europe mostly because they know that they will not ben accepted that easilly. And hungary still has the anti-imigrant stance doesn't it? >To america Hope they'll end near latino cartels so I'll see some intresting stuff. >>18846 Yay >>18848 Ofcourse they'll say jack shit about it. Because america the good guy didn't do anything bad, just like they did with destrying cities in ww2
>>18837 >We're talking about importing Afghans to America, where the consequences of rape, battery, etc. is deportation,... Anon for the last year, European countries(Germany, Austria) have been deporting Afghan criminals back to Afghanistan right up until the Taliban takeover of Kabul, because even the bluepilled bureaucrats had seen what a clown show 2015 had created in Europe. Libtards were angry that they were doing that and constantly crying about "muh humun rights" for the rapists they deported. Now thanks to the "sudden" takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban these deportations have been halted and there are now articles coming out that these deported criminals make it onto the evacuation planes. What a coincidence. >>18845 Strelok we don't really live in a society anymore. Well rich people do to some extend because they are protected from the decay, but really Western societies have been slowly killed over the last decades with multiculturalism and globalism. Everything is becoming the same brown mush, with the same libtard ideology and the same taste that changes on the whim of a plutocracy. Western children are taught to despise their ancestors who still had a real society, cancel culture is employed to ruin the lives of individuals who didn't drink the cool aid and politicians lie the moment they open their mouths, because the truth is they want to genocide their own people. And these guys promises you want to uphold? Don't be stupid. I personally don't see them as my fellow men anymore. The government of my country is no longer a beneficial institution for my people. Afghanistan and the whole 9.11 shitshow was a mistake from day one, instead of upholding "promises" towards Afghan degenerates, criminals and turncoats and allow them to build colonies in our countries, we should be curb stomping every official responsible for it and take their wealth to finance the dept they have created.
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>>18887 Why would you hang a man from a helicopter if you could just throw him out of it?
>>18896 Littering is haram.
>>18907 Bidup impeachment/25th Amendment invocation/ice cream poisoning when?
>>18402 >>18420 >muh northurrrrn alliunce durrr Where they ever of any relevance other than the kids wahhabis beat to steal their cool American toys?
>>18848 Lulz! gib sauce please.
>>18868 >>18894 >>18914 >won't get any media attention. It did get some media attention. The main attempt at downplaying was that the Pentagon claimed"secondary explosions" had killed the civilians, trying to suggest they hit the right car and it was ISIS's explosives that killed nearby civilians, and most news agencies (e.g. BBC, CNN) have either reported that as fact, or quoted the Pentagon's statement without suggesting any doubt. But even then, some major outlets like the Wall Street Journal do mention that all the eyewitnesses call that bullshit and say the strike itself was a mistake. https://archive.is/UpM5D
>>18916 And as is obvious from the article, the initial reports that the translator himself was killed were apparently wrong, and it was actually just a large fraction of his family.
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>>18908 I think Biden is going to stick around a good while barring a legitimate stroke or whatnot, I'm mostly convinced he's the designated fall guy now. If you assume some group is making a serious go at the Georgia guide stones win conditions, there are a lot of fucked up things that need to be accomplished in the near future and I'm sure they would rather blame it on mistakes instead of planned policy. Biden is just hitting his stride as believably incompetent with most voters and they will ride him as long as possible before throwing him under the bus. I'm not sure what kama-lama-brownpussy's role is but I imagine Biden will hang on long enough to get her two full terms, for whatever reason. But my gut tells me JEB! will be next though, because of "The March of Tyranny". After being savagely burned by the archetypes of the rich playboy and dirty old man the American voter will embrace the lovable dork for being so soft and nonthreatening.
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>>18880 >Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) has reportedly gone missing while trying to enter Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover and chaotic U.S. departure. What are the odds of him going full rambo and saving US/NATO/Dogs lives?
>>18903 Has anyone been able to find information about Chink flu in Afghanistan? I know the Taliban didn't suspend border operations, but I imagine they sent a lot of women (and foreigners) home from their hospital jobs, and can't imagine all those crowds in Kabul would be doing them any favors right about now. Also I have to wonder if the locust swarms that wiped out most North African & Middle Eastern agriculture last year played a role in the Taliban's rapid resurgence?
>>18922 Your way late on the covid shit. Do you even know how viruses like this work long term in a population?
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>>18919 So this whole thing has been orchestrated by Jeb to finally attain power, he was the one playing 5d chess and winning
>>18927 I warned you about Guacman bro. Never count the Guacman out
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>>18921 >>18889 >Nobody is going to save the service dogs >Abandon in a country that hate dogs
>>18935 Pentagon Press Secretary: >To correct erroneous reports, the U.S. Military did not leave any dogs in cages at Hamid Karzai International Airport, including the reported military working dogs. Photos circulating online were animals under the care of the Kabul Small Animal Rescue, not dogs under our care. https://web.archive.org/web/20210831170623/https://twitter.com/PentagonPresSec/status/1432733998892175370
>>18952 Read: >"The dogs were under our care, but were owned by an NGO under our care that we abandoned instead, so we won't take responsibility since we abandoned the NGO, not the dogs." Does the press secretary understand while this alleviates American asshurt, it multiplies Arab asshurt?
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>BREAKING: eyewitnesses outside #Panjshir valley say that the entire valley has fallen. Large number of Taliban have entered from various entrances. https://web.archive.org/web/20210903154043/https://twitter.com/paykhar/status/1433802638420811780 NOOOOOO THE HECKIN' MASSOUDERINOS
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Class of 29 Sacramento high schoolers left behind in Afghanistan >More than two dozen students from the Sacramento, California, area remain in Afghanistan after the U.S. evacuation ended earlier this week, according to San Juan Unified School District. >“We can confirm that we currently have 29 students, from 19 families, in Afghanistan,” Raj Rai, director of communication for the school district, said Tuesday, responding on behalf of Superintendent Kent Kern. “We stand ready to support these students and families in whatever way that we can.” >Earlier Tuesday, the total number of students from San Juan Unified School District still in Afghanistan was thought to be 32, but the district since learned that three students had been evacuated, he said. >The last U.S. flight out of Kabul took off a minute before midnight local time Monday (3:29 p.m. ET), capping a bloody and chaotic end to America’s longest war and opening a new, uncertain chapter for Afghanistan. >Travis Horne, communications director for Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif., said his office was in close contact with San Juan Unified School District and had sent the information of students stuck in Afghanistan to the Department of Defense and the State Department. >“We are pushing the DOD and State for an update,” he said. >NBC San Diego station KNSD reportedTuesday that a San Diego-area family, including three students who go to schools in Cajon Valley Union School District, were also not able to make it out of the country. It was not immediately clear how many other U.S. school districts were missing students because they were unable to get out of Afghanistan. http://web.archive.org/web/20210902110358/https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/29-sacramento-students-stuck-afghanistan-school-district-says-n1278203
>>18964 It's not a "class", making it sound like a field trip or something. It's students from various schools in the district. Sounds like immigrant families that went home over summer break and got stuck there. No surprise.
Did they ever find that Congressman?
>>18963 There is a lesson here about not announcing your position in hostile territory. Taliban wouldn't have known any better if they had just hid the guns and clashed violently later.
>>18965 That was my assumption is it was various students throughout the district on summer break. Surprised there were not more being Sacramento. >>18967 lrn2read and stop asking to be spoonfed, Outlander.
>>18896 Pinochet-san, pls.
>>18975 If he becomes a Pinochet then I will make polar bears shoot lasers out of their eyes.
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>>18964 Finally, some fucking good news!
What's going on in Daraa?
>>18977 Kek. One of Stonetoss' finest.
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>>18979 >What's going on in Daraa? I don't know, who is she?
>>18988 Daraa is a Syrian town close to the Jordanian border, it was split between the SAA and moderate rebels until 2017 when Assad decided to clean up southern Syria leading the rebels there to cuck out by reconciliating. However for reasons unknown former rebels there have a habit of deconciliating, the resulting insurgency is IIRC bad enough to warrant MBT deployments but rarely gets brought up outside of southfront and is usually overshadowed by other happenings.
Remember that "missing" US Congressman? https://archive.is/OuSJe https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rep-markwayne-mullin-american-family-afghanistan-evacuation Apparently he DID get an American family out. So I guess someone in Congress actually still believes in serving the people who am I kidding? >Rep. Markwayne Mullin announced Monday that an American family he has been working to get out of Afghanistan was successfully evacuated Monday morning. >Mullin, R-Okla., recently returned from a somewhat secret trip to Asia to help bring home Americans left in Afghanistan following President Biden’s withdrawal of all U.S. troops last week. >"A little over three weeks ago, I received an email from a friend asking if there was anything we could do to help a young lady named Mariam and her 3 small children (all American citizens) get out of Afghanistan," Mullin tweeted. >"Mariam had gone to visit her parents for the first time with the kids and became trapped in Kabul when the Taliban overran the city," Mullin explained, adding that he and a team "left two weeks ago today to get her, the children, and others out." >"We worked around the clock," Mullin continued. "But despite the many frustrating setbacks, the team I have been blessed to work with never gave up." >He added: "Mariam and the kids have been through so much, literally looking death in the face multiple times, including again today, but they never gave up either." >"Praise the Lord!" he said. >But Mullin added that there are "still many families like Mariam’s who are desperately wanting and waiting to get out." >"America cannot rest until we get them all home," Mullin tweeted. >Mullin last week said he was returning home to the U.S. after his whereabouts were unknown to House GOP leadership and Oklahoma’s delegation. >The congressman sought to enter Afghanistan to help evacuate Americans left behind. >"Have we been helping get Americans out of Afghanistan, yes. Is the mission continuing, yes. Am I missing, no. Did I go dark for a little, yes because it wasn't safe to be communicating," Mullin said, upon announcing his return last week. >Mullin's communications director Meredith Blanford said Wednesday that the congressman was never in danger. >"Congressman Mullin has been and is currently completely safe," Blanford said in a statement. "He and the Office of Oklahoma’s Second District will continue to do anything in our power to bring home all >Americans from the war zone that President Biden abandoned. The safety and security of the American people will always be his top priority."
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Taliban accuses the US of violating Doha Agreement! https://archive.is/67d4I Taliban says keeping new cabinet members belonging to the Haqqani family on the US terror list is a clear violation of the Doha Agreement. tl;dr- Taliban officials are getting cancel cultured by their neighbours because their interior minister and others are still on the international terrorist bounty hunter list, so they are flexing at America to try to get off said list. America is saying they will remain international targets and will not be removed from the list.
>>19059 I'm sure this will turn out great for all the Americans Bidup didn't bother to get out before the military left and who he's been begging the Taliban to let leave (read: provide armed escorts to the border).
>>19029 That's a weird case, either an actual politician who did the right thing (perhaps due to owning a bunch of shady favors to someone on-field there) or a glow pulling out sensitive assets in a covert, not-so-suspicious form. If he carried tons of cash with him it means he had to pay couriers in hand money and/or bribe certain gears aggressively on the spot, that's either glowing desperate or decisive, perhaps both. If this was made to be as public as it is then it can mean anything.
>>19059 >ywn wear open-toe sandals or cheap tennies to an official upper-level national council meeting Feels bad Streloks
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It seems some outraged afghanis gathered some info and had some journalists take pictures and pull out CCTV footage from the ISIS-K drone strike of a week ago. Some homo posted on Twatter much of the bulk of the security footage and field photography investigation and it's all but confirmed that the U.S. flung a Hellfire missile to a non-governmental organization worker in charge of a food bank and who also worked as a repairman for kitchens in U.S. facilities while he was transporting gallons of water to his house due to the water shortage in Kabul. The theory is that the dudes in charge of the drones and surveillance measures weren't familiar with people transporting water in plastic gallons in the middle of crisis or shortages, along with food boxes, so they suspected he was putting gasoline trying to bomb a roadblock. So after traversing the town they eliminated him after stopping at the NGO office sponsored by the U.S. itself, the strike also killed all his children and some near the place. 11 killed in total. News anon might do a better job formatting this than me but found funny this got drowned from all the mandatory vaxx news so might as well.
>>19114 Beijing Joe really is a worthy successor to Obongo.
>>19114 >repair kitchen equipment for the US >US repays you by fragging you, your family, and your neighbours Amazing. >dudes in charge of the drones and surveillance measures weren't familiar with people transporting water in plastic gallons in the middle of crisis or shortages, along with food boxes, Well it actually might be the case. It could be the case that the drone operators are not even aware of the realities on the ground, despite spending dozens of hours a week looking through the cameras. Other option could be that the drone strike was ordered by some literal woman out of spite after that said strong independent woman got scared of her superiors and that made her feel bad. Either way, that is yet another lesson of what might end up happening if and when you ally with the US federal government. Now that I think about it, it's kind of like sticking your dick in the crazy in a sense.
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>>19126 Are they preparing tourist guides? When will TalibanTours start operations? Surely, if North Korea can use tourism to get monies, so can the Taliban.
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Despite Australians shooting dogs and Americans leaving them locked in cages to rot, it seems the Americans instilled the ability of dogs as utility animals into Muslims, since they rescued them to continue to use or train them as bomb sniffer dogs. https://archive.is/i28nq
>>19158 So 20 years managed to teach them that dogs are kinda cool? Maybe the USA can be a force of good sometimes.
>>19160 Probably the ex-Afghan army guys who are used to working with dogs went for it. Hard to think they would be more considerate than aussies just executing the dogs with mag dumps rather than even a single shoot to the head.
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>>19126 >Ghani was a horsefucker
>>19160 Keep saying that furry.
>>19164 Dogs are for protecting your property and to keep you company, not for eating them Mr. Chang
>>19163 It's the mongol blood in his blood. No really he's a Ahmadzai Pashtun, a group in South Afghanistan who fled there after Ghengis Khan raped and pillaged the region.
>>19165 I'm eating them just like my brother farmers in Swizerland.
>>19163 >>19163 I have roosters all over the living room. does this my grandma was a cockfucker? She died but but now my family is giving my mom more rooster decorations. help me Strelok
>>19194 You don't "keep company" with your chickens, do you?

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