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Afganistan - ciekawy punkt widzenia

27.10.09, 17:33
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(chyba) w polskiej prasie:

"I'm not some peacenik, pot-smoking hippie who wants everyone to be in love,"
Hoh said. Although he said his time in Zabul was the "second-best job I've
ever had," his dominant experience is from the Marines, where many of his
closest friends still serve.

"There are plenty of dudes who need to be killed," he said of al-Qaeda and the
Taliban. "I was never more happy than when our Iraq team whacked a bunch of guys."

But many Afghans, he wrote in his resignation letter, are fighting the United
States largely because its troops are there — a growing military presence in
villages and valleys where outsiders, including other Afghans, are not welcome
and where the corrupt, U.S.-backed national government is rejected. While the
Taliban is a malign presence, and Pakistan-based al-Qaeda needs to be
confronted, he said, the United States is asking its troops to die in
Afghanistan for what is essentially a far-off civil war.
www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33489374/ns/world_news-washington_post/
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    • br0fl0vski Re: Afganistan - ciekawy punkt widzenia 27.10.09, 18:18
      Kostek

      sporo ludzi wierzy w to ze USA jest w Afganistanie bo 19 pastuszkow ( podobno 7
      cz 8 zyje ) uprowadzilo 4 samoloty , reszte histori kazdy zna nakrecono juz o
      tym pare filmow zeby utralic ten mit w glowach chamow.

      zamiast spekulowac co jest mitem a co nim nie jest przyjzyjmy sie jednemu
      aspektowi tej wyzwolenczej okupacji jednego z najbiedniejszych krajow swiata,
      przyjzyjmy sie narkotykom.

      talibowie praktycznie zlikwidowali produkcjie opium brurtalnymi metodami. a co
      jest dzis o 8 latach wojny?

      news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/6965115.stm

      news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8319249.stm

      news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/south_asia/8319249.stm
      news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8320236.stm
      Kostek zapytaj sie sam siebie jak to mozliwe ze pod czujnym okiem wyzwolicieli
      ten proceder kwitnie do tego stopnia ze afganistan jest dzis opiumowym imperium.
      jak oni pod tym czujnym okiem co wszystko widzi eksportuja opium na caly swiat
      duza czesc idzie do Rosji i chin jak za czasow wojen opiumowych w wieku XIX.
      • br0fl0vski PS 27.10.09, 18:20
        podsune ci Kostek pod rozwazenie jedna odpowiedz na to pytanie ktore powinienes
        sobie zadac. "Moze wlasnie chodzi o ten chaos"
      • gendiva Re: Parszywa geba "demokracji" 28.10.09, 23:46
        Z jednej strony milosierna "demokracja" wciska kit okupowanym ludom
        i podatnikom amerykanskim o tym jak to "war on drugs" jest niezbedna
        w "war on terror" ...

        www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/23/AR2009102303709_pf.html

        A U.S. military hit list of about 50 suspected drug kingpins is
        drawing fierce opposition from Afghan officials, who say it could
        undermine their fragile justice system and trigger a backlash
        against foreign troops.

        The U.S. military and NATO officials have authorized their forces to
        kill or capture individuals on the list, which was drafted within
        the past year as part of NATO's new strategy to combat drug
        operations that finance the Taliban. The list is thought to include
        people with close ties to the Afghan government and others who have
        served as intelligence assets for the CIA and the U.S. military,
        according to current and former U.S. and Afghan officials.


        jednoczesnie wspomagajac roznych przychylnych "demokracji"
        narkotykowych karteli, hehehe

        www.nytimes.com/2009/10/28/world/asia/28intel.html?_r=2&hp
        Ahmed Wali Karzai, the brother of the Afghan president and a
        suspected player in the country’s booming illegal opium trade, gets
        regular payments from the Central Intelligence Agency, and has for
        much of the past eight years, according to current and former
        American officials.

        The agency pays Mr. Karzai for a variety of services, including
        helping to recruit an Afghan paramilitary force that operates at the
        C.I.A.’s direction in and around the southern city of Kandahar, Mr.
        Karzai’s home.
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