Taliban on Track to Capture Afghanistan Capital of Kabul in Just Days

Chris Menahan
Aug. 14, 2021

The US spent over $2 trillion on the war and $143 billion propping up Afghanistan's puppet government over nearly 20 years only to see it all fall in a matter of days with little resistance.

From AFP, "Taliban Near Gates Of Kabul As Embassies Prepare For Evacuations":
Kabul: The Afghan Taliban tightened their territorial stranglehold around Kabul on Saturday, as refugees from the the terror group's relentless offensive flooded the capital and US Marines returned to oversee emergency evacuations.

With the country's second- and third-largest cities having fallen into Taliban hands, Kabul has effectively become the besieged, last stand for government forces who have offered little or no resistance elsewhere.

Taliban are now camped just 50 kilometres (30 miles) away, leaving the United States and other countries scrambling to airlift their nationals out of Kabul ahead of a feared all-out assault.

US embassy staff were ordered to begin shredding and burning sensitive material, as units from a planned re-deployment of 3,000 American troops started arriving to secure the airport and oversee the evacuations.

A host of European countries -- including Britain, Germany, Denmark and Spain -- all announced the withdrawal of personnel from their respective embassies on Friday.
As I said earlier this week, I guess you don't need "F-15s and nuclear weapons" to take on the US government after all!

Fox News reported that Biden left DC on Friday for a two week vacation.

State Department libtards are having meltdowns.

As I noted earlier this week, the only reason this war is ending is because the "War on Terror" is turning inward.

The regime needs to regroup to take on Iran and the American people they've deemed "domestic enemies" and "white extremists."

They failed in Afghanistan and they're going to fail here too.

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