Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#11
Why did Trump make a deal with terrorists and let them all out of prison? He literally let the leader of the Taliban out of prison. Set a date to be out by then left it to Biden. Biden can't find a teleprompter or half his big boy words but he wasn't responsible for this disaster. As much of a disaster as he is.


Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#12
Recent,
On 12 July 2021, a woman in Faryab Province was beaten to death by Taliban militants and her house was set alight.
In August 2021, Taliban militants killed an Afghan woman in Balkh Province for wearing tight clothing and not being accompanied by a male relative.

2021 is not different from 1990 for Afghani women.

Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#13
HeavLeighGill wrote:
Wed Oct 06, 2021 3:34 am
Too bad our president isn’t doing anything to help and is more focused on his failed infrastructure bill instead.
America is a beacon of freedom! It is the spiritual home of the people of the world. But the 2020 election has disappointed us greatly. The 2020 general election is the world's number one joke.

Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#14
You can't help a people who don't want help. Time and time again America makes the decision to impose its values on people who may not agree with those values. Over a longer timeframe a pattern emerges that the intervention isn't really about improving life for the people in those countries (although that might be a welcome side effect), the intervention is designed to further USA interests whether it be security, corporate or geopolitical. This isn't done from some kind of altruism. There are real, cold hard cash reasons or cold hard revenge reasons for these undertakings. Pretty obvious I guess.

Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#15
Just as an aside, you would not believe how much money is in maintenance contracts for the simplest of machinery in these "war zones". There are literally fields full of different civilian and military vehicles that have not been operated in years that are still being maintained to a high standard before they are scrapped.


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Nbats7979 wrote:
Thu Oct 07, 2021 4:10 am
The best explanation of fuckyas. It's never about what is best for you or me, it's about who can leverage a bullshit commitment to get votes in the next election. Does anyone think Australia would get involved in a kinetic conflict with China over Taiwan? Didn't think so.

Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

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Disclaimer though. The French have been little bitches. It's a contract. Didn't get to the next stage. Canceled. Like a lot of contracts. Shut it Frenchy.

So 2040? Last one in the water 2060? I mean, seems like maybe the Frenchy ones aren't as good but would be way better than no option when the current Collins rust out and die... There is a lot that can happen in 20 years.... Just saying.

Re: Taliban's "29 prohibitions" on women

#20
Why are there American DEA agents all through Sth East Asia?

Thailand has become an export hub of narcotics. Not only are the ports excellent and the borders porous, the willing and able fabrication of concealed parcels inside machinery are legend.

Want to know more? Buy my subscription service. Just kidding. Look outside, the toilet is all around you.


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