Most westerners, who have decided to live in Muslim countries under western occupations, have no shame in blaming the native Muslims for being ungrateful to the western powers for “liberating” them from their corrupt government which were installed and supported by the western powers in the first place.
The recent example is a column at the Jewish magazine Rolling Stone, entitled Last Tango in Kabul, written by Kabul-based Matthieu Aikins, an award-winning American journalist and fiction-writer who reports event in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria and Uzbekistan for Israel Hasbara media outlets like Harpers, The Atlantic, and GQ.
In the article, Aikins claims that the recent killings of US-NATO commanders and soldiers, and some foreign correspondents covering the western occupation of Afghanistan on bogus allegations against the ruling Taliban, prove that the country would not be safe for foreign tourists and investors once the US-NATO occupation force withdraw from the country by the end of 2014 – as “promised” by US president Barack Obama.
“The killings continued this summer: Two Finnish aid workers were slaughtered in July, and then on August 5th, U.S. Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was gunned down in Kabul – the highest-ranking officer killed in the war. The violence brought to the surface what has been growing more and more obvious: The West is desperate to get out. NGOs and embassies, already in the process of drawing down their activities, have closed up like clams under drastically heightened security restrictions. The boomtown Kabul of the Surge has come and gone like a dream. But even a president’s promise to end a war can’t lop history off into neat little chunks. We are leaving behind a country whose fate is more uncertain than ever, where during a contentious election, two rival candidates have declared themselves the rightful president, where murders in broad daylight go unsolved. The American Era is ending in Afghanistan, but what will we be leaving behind?,” wrote Aikins
As expected, the Zionist lobbyist blames Afghans for their hatred toward their “foreign liberators”. Aikins even blames American Viceroy of Kabul, Hamid Karzai, since 2002, for fueling anti-US feelings. He quotes Karzai telling his Afghan supporters that instead of beating their women (the US, Israel and other western countries tops world record in killing of their girl friends and as result of domestic disputes) – they should fight America to prove their manhood.
Hamid Karzai fell from America’s grace once he failed to help US firms to build the desired gas pipeline from Caspian Sea, through Afghanistan to Gwadar port in Pakistani province of Balochistan, meant to supply crude oil to Israel refinery in Haifa. Furthermore, Karzai developed more friendly relation with Iran than India, the US-Israel regional ally.
How sincere is Obama in his promise to withdrawal from Afghanistan – could be found in his postponing it by another two years.
The Bush Zionist administration had planned the invasion and occupation in2000 according to confidential reports leaked by the British, French and Indian sources. What they needed was another Pearl Harbor to generate public support for America’s greed for the revival of drug supply, which was totally banned under Taliban regime and the Caspian Sea oil and gas reserves. Israel provided the desire new Pearl Harbor on September 11, 2001. United States and its “willing allies” invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001. Since then, the 9/11 Zionist hoax has been used to invade Iraq, Somalia, Libya and several other Muslim nation-states.