IS 'AFGHANISTAM' BEING STAGE MANAGED IN ORDER TO CONTINUE THE REAL WAR, I.E, THE WAR ON YOU AND YOUR DEMOCRATIC FREEDOMS?
"LEFT" WING NEO-CON, HILARY CLINTON has hinted the United States may work with elements of the Taliban.
DOES THIS MEAN THAT THE TALIBAN HAS BEEN FORGIVEN FOR THEIR SO-CALLED ROLE IN THE 9/11 INSIDE JOB???
Or, Is this an admission -accidental, or deliberate- that the Taliban WERE NEVER involved in the 9/11 inside job?
The Taliban never admitted any involvment in the 9/11 inside job. In fact, they offered to hand over Osama Bin Laden to America upon presentation of proof that he was involved.
8 years of warfare could've easily been avoided. The unpopular -and unsuccsessful- Iraqi oilvasion could've been avoided. The undemocratic legislative changes to the freedom's enjoyed by people in AMERICA, AUSTRALIA and GREAT BRITAIN could've -and should've- been avoided.
GEORGE W. BUSH linked the Taliban in with Osama Bin Laden and 9/11 when the Axis American Allies began their oilvasion of Afghanistan in October, 2001.
Yet, today, there is no mention of this connection by Hilary Clinton.
And, like in 2001, the fawning, press release readers, a.k.a journalists of the elite owned corporate press did not make this link, nor did they ask any tough questions.
Are our so-called journalists a bunch of 'sqealor's', pointedly trying to shepherd the masses with a bunch of communistic sloganeering from 'the leader'?
Or, are they merely selfish predators, happy to read the provided press release in order to protect their over-inflated salary and cushy lifestyle?
Either way, there is something rotten in the state of Denmark.
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US mulls working with some Taliban
- From: AFP
- Fri Oct 09 11:42:00 EST 2009
"We're in the midst of a very thorough analysis of our assumptions about how best to achieve our core goals of protecting our country, our interests and our friends and allies from the scourge of terrorism," Ms Clinton said.
"I'm not going to pre-empt or prejudge where this analysis comes out," Ms Clinton said in response to a question on whether she agreed with some in President Barack Obama's Administration who support Washington working with some "reconcilable" elements of the Taliban.
"We are looking at every possible question that can be raised, including the one that you just asked, in order to determine the smartest approach for the president to adopt," the chief US diplomat said as she stood alongside New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully.
Officials involved in President Obama's intense Afghanistan policy review argued the terror group posed a grave danger to US interests and the US homeland while the Taliban, though hostile to US forces in the country, did not.
The finding stood in contrast to a grim assessment by President Obama's war commander, General Stanley McChrystal, who has asked for up to 40,000 more troops and warned the counterinsurgency mission against the Taliban could fail without reinforcements.