Currently, Obama administration is campaigning for Afghan president Hamid Karzai to sign a security pact between the two governments to keep 15,000 foreign occupation troops stay in Afghanistan beyond the 2014 deadline.
On Thursday, Karzai told a meeting of elders in Kabul that even after fighting together against Taliban for over a decade, there is “no trust” between him and the US government.
“My trust with America is not good. I don’t trust them and they don’t trust me,” Reuters quoted the president as saying.
“During the past 10 years I have fought with them and they have made propaganda against me,” he said.
The so-called “security pact” if signed, Afghans will stay under US-NATO boots until 2025 and beyond. Under the pact, the US military commitment in Afghanistan in the name of training and continuing to fight phony al-Qaeda. The war in Afghanistan doesn’t seem to be ending, but renewed under new, scaled-down U.S.-Afghan terms.
This is a confession of failure. America’s longest war which started in October 2001, is nowhere near its end.
The war has already cost American taxpayers over $700 billion and over 2,000 American dead. Despite a $17 trillion national debt, American taxpayers will continue to be paying for an occupation which was conceived in December 2000 for boosting poppy cultivation and exploitation of the Caspian Sea oil reserves – both to benefit the Zionist Nafia. Read here and here.
On July 24, 2009, Farooq Hussain posted a prophetic article, titled, ‘Defeated in Afghanistan; Let’s invade Iran’. He quotes former US defense secretary Robert Gates, an Israel-Firster, who admitted in 2009 that the US has lost war in Afghanistan. Later Gates said: “Iran is the one that concerns me the most because there don’t seem to be good options (other than war) where one can have optimism that a good option will be found. Iran is going to have capability to deliver (non-existent) nuclear weapons to the people in the region“. Read the article here.
On November 12, 2013, the Jewish Daily forward, reported that the withdrawal of US forces could be bad for the only Afghan Jew, Zabulon Simintov. He is owner of the famous Balkh Kebab cafe in Kabul. “Mindful of Afghanistan’s extremely conservative culture, Simintov tries not to advertise his identity of the cafe.” In other words, the Jew cheats the fellow Afghans by not wearing his kippah, the skullcap while serving his customers!