On January 12, 2017, US-based Jewish think tank, STRATFOR, published its study on US-NATO war on Afghanistan, saying: “Despite being sidelined by the United States and Afghanistan in secret negotiations with the Taliban, Pakistan eventually will be included in any formal talks on ending the Afghan war.”
Last year, Russia return to Afghanistan since defeated by Afghan Mujahideen in 1988 (watch a video below). It’s seeking help from Pakistan and China to end the US occupation of Afghanistan while keeping United States, Kabul regime and India on the sideline.
On January 5, 2017, Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman, the Zionist Jew expert at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), issued his fatwa saying that the US couldn’t accomplish its original agenda in Afghanistan due to corruption in the US-installed Kabul regime and the US-trained Afghan army. He said that in order to defeat Taliban by 2020, American and its allies must help the Kabul regime with more US military involvement in the future instead of withdrawing US-NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Cordesman is one the Zionist pigs who claimed in 2002 that Iraq had WMDs and now he is recycling the same lies against Pakistan and Iran. He emphasized that US forces in Afghanistan are necessary as a counterbalance to Pakistan’s ambitions in Afghanistan and its nuclear stockpile.
Earlier in November 24, 2016, Adam Weinstein wrote at Israeli propaganda organ, The Diplomat, saying: “During his bid for the US presidency, Donald Trump all but ignored the war in Afghanistan. He did, however, pledged to reduce the footprint of US intervention abroad, end nation-building, and most notably rip up the Iran deal. Yet these policies are incongruent because the US simply cannot leave Afghanistan as a functioning state without the help of Iran. The refusal of US policymakers to accept this reality is one reason the war against the Taliban has lasted 15 years and Afghanistan remains effectively partitioned between Kabul and the militants.”
So, what will president Donald Trump do about the 15 year failed US-NATO Zionist experiment in Afghanistan? Former Congressman Ron Paul answered the question on Monday, saying: “I would like to think he would just bring the troops home. However, I would not be surprised if he accelerates US military action in Afghanistan to win the war once and for all. He will not succeed if he does so, as the war is not winnable – no one even knows what winning looks like! We may well see even more US troops killing and being killed in Afghanistan a year from now if that is the case. That would be a terrible tragedy.”
Last week, the Duck President Barack Obama quietly sent 300 US Marines to Afghanistan to help existing 10,000 US-NATO forces to fight Taliban in Helmand province. Last year Taliban controlled 20% of the province but currently they control 85% of the province.
In October 2001, Dubya George Bush ordered the invasion of Muslim majority (100%) nation to avenge Israeli terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. In fact, Bush administration planned the invasion of Afghanistan, a proxy war for Israel, in December 2000 for drugs and the Caspian Sea oil and gas reserves.