Sunday, August 29, 2021

Joe Biden Didn’t ‘Inherit’ Insane Idea of Putting Taliban in Charge of U.S. Security; Biden Subcontracts U.S. Security to Terrorists

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Nolte: Joe Biden Didn’t ‘Inherit’ Insane Idea of Putting Taliban in Charge of U.S. Security:
The Taliban are not some ragtag group of gangsters. Instead, they are a highly organized Islamic terrorist organization that has never stopped being affiliated with al Qaeda and who, upon retaking Afghanistan from Joe Biden, immediately released thousands of al Qaeda and ISIS prisoners.
And this is who His Fraudulency has put in charge of American security in Kabul.
Yesterday, 13 Americans were killed along with 95 Afghans. We are told they were killed by an ISIS suicide bomber, a member of the same organization the Taliban allegedly freed from prison – the same Taliban Biden put in charge of security.
Biden seems to enjoy, actually enjoy, lying about how he inherited this problem from former President Trump, which is no surprise coming from a doddering, old sociopath. But on what planet does anyone believe Biden inherited the lunatic idea of putting the Taliban in charge of our security, which would be like putting the Imperial Japanese in charge of security during the British evacuation of Dunkirk?
Despite all this, despite the knowledge the Taliban freed thousands of ISIS fighters, Biden still stood before the country Thursday night and told us the following to justify his fiasco of an evacuation plan: “[W]e have been made aware by our intelligence community that ISIS-K, a staunch enemy of the Taliban, the people who are in both those prisons were freed — were opened, planning a complex set of attacks on United States personnel and others.”
Whoa, whoa, whoa… Slow down there… So ISIS is a “staunch enemy” of the Taliban, but the Taliban “freed” from “prison” thousands of ISIS fighters? So the Taliban freed its “staunch enemy?”
Can we just back up a little back here? --->READ MORE HERE
U.S. Marine Corps/1st Lt. Mark Andries/Handout via Reuter
Biden Subcontracts U.S. Security to Terrorists:
The disastrous U.S.–Taliban “partnership” begins with a massacre.
Even as suicide bombers attacked the Kabul airport on August 26 — killing, at this writing, at least 13 U.S. servicemen and scores of civilians — visitors to the Al Jazeera website could read an interview with Khalil Ur-Rahman Haqqani, the Taliban official and U.S.-designated terrorist who is responsible for security in the Afghan capital. “If we can defeat superpowers, surely we can provide safety to the Afghan people,” said Haqqani, whose guards brandish the helmets, night-vision goggles, small arms, and camouflage the Americans left behind. “All of those people who left this country, we will assure them of their safety,” Haqqani went on. “You’re all welcome back in Afghanistan.”
He’s lying, of course. Lying is what terrorists do. Haqqani’s forces can’t protect the Afghan people from ISIS, or, apparently, from the Taliban itself. The Islamic militia is executing civilians and former members of the Afghan National Army, according to the United Nations. And Haqqani’s colleague, spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, warned Afghan women and girls the other day that they should avoid the outdoors and public spaces, since Taliban soldiers “have not been yet trained very well.” And “we don’t want our forces, God forbid, to harm or harass women.”
Just to subjugate them.
The massacre at Hamid Karzai airport was the consequence of President Biden’s decision to rely on the Taliban for security. Despite the lunacy of taking the Taliban at their word, the Biden administration sounded in recent days as if Haqqani, Mujahid, and the rest of their deranged crew were U.S. partners. Not only did Biden’s botched withdrawal result in America’s departure from Central Asia, Taliban rule in Afghanistan, a catastrophe for democracy and human rights, and a propaganda boon for the global jihadist-Salafist movement. It guaranteed our dependence on a gang of medieval holy warriors whose loyalty to al-Qaeda is the reason the United States invaded Afghanistan in the first place. This historical irony is strategically dubious and morally debased. The loss of life in Kabul is a taste of what’s to come. --->READ MORE HERE

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