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14,000 left in Afghanistan and banned from escape to the USA
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If all this is true my hate meter is just about pegged out !
https://www.westernjournal.com/biden-adm...ader-says/


https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/11/03/sta...residents/
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(11-19-2021, 10:39 AM)727Sky Wrote: If all this is true my hate meter is just about pegged out !
https://www.westernjournal.com/biden-adm...ader-says/


https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/11/03/sta...residents/

I think Dynamo 01 was that flight out of Mazar-i-Sharif. They had a hell of a time getting off the ground there because of Taliban delays. and when they finally did get off the ground, the US would not clear them to land here, so they had to land in a tertiary country and cool their heels, in this case the UAE. Some of the flights were diverted to Qatar as well. My best guess is that the State Department determined there might be a bunch of non-Biden voters on it as the cause of the delays... but being delayed like that by the BidenHarris regime  is not going to magically turn them into Biden voters.

That whole Afghanistan Panicked Retreat was disgraceful. The entire thing. There was nothing graceful about it anywhere the US touched. We had to get Ukranian Security Forces to go outside the wire and bring in some of the refugees, because US forces wouldn't.

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The truth is that countries don't want to be bothered with handling all of the consequences of their policies.

There are entire countries in Europe who feel like they were screwed by the outcome of World War II even though they were counted among the Allies.  45 years of Soviet occupation didn't sit well with them.  In that case, no one in the West (understandably) had desire to ignite a third world war to free all of Europe from totalitarian rule, but the situation does illustrate that no war is truly a "good war".  There are always losers, and sometimes the ones who number among the losers can be surprising.

The EU today is seeing an uptick in people fleeing the regime in Belarus.  And why?  Because they got involved in the Belarus elections just enough to give some people the idea that the regime would be toppled.  But it wasn't, and now the ruler there is taking his revenge.

Big problem is too many Western leaders today don't want to accept responsibility for their policies, and the failures thereof.

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(11-19-2021, 10:39 AM)727Sky Wrote: If all this is true my hate meter is just about pegged out !
https://www.westernjournal.com/biden-adm...ader-says/


https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/11/03/sta...residents/

This stuff makes me sick. Something so simple and fundamental getting totally boned.
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(11-20-2021, 09:48 AM)F2d5thCav Wrote: The truth is that countries don't want to be bothered with handling all of the consequences of their policies.

There are entire countries in Europe who feel like they were screwed by the outcome of World War II even though they were counted among the Allies.  45 years of Soviet occupation didn't sit well with them.  In that case, no one in the West (understandably) had desire to ignite a third world war to free all of Europe from totalitarian rule, but the situation does illustrate that no war is truly a "good war".  There are always losers, and sometimes the ones who number among the losers can be surprising.

The EU today is seeing an uptick in people fleeing the regime in Belarus.  And why?  Because they got involved in the Belarus elections just enough to give some people the idea that the regime would be toppled.  But it wasn't, and now the ruler there is taking his revenge.

Big problem is too many Western leaders today don't want to accept responsibility for their policies, and the failures thereof.

Cheers

100% true. Of course they are not in it for sound policy so it makes sense if they bail on any responsibility. Very sociopathic of them and very predictable.
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