I think it is best to work with the independent minded Afghanistan instead of using political and economical tactics to influence Afghans and Afghanistan. The sooner we respect Afghan sovereignty with sincerity, wining the heart of minds of Afghans will prevail.
I came here looking for intelligent posts and was disappointed again!
You should have known better. When have you ever seen an intelligent comment to one of these stories?
comments like these certainly go a long way to dispelling the myth that religion is a benefit to mankind. kudos to France for their policy of a secular government!
Break Pakistan and have a dignified exit from Afghanisan
""but there is no proof" ...lol I love it ..." I am the regional Ali Baba, how may I help you"
I smell a Taliban
Quit talking about Hindus....fool...they will put Jihad on your ass...lol
So, he's the Caliph of Kandahar....
I guess that nobody will tell us how much this dude was paid to collaborate with NATO.
Less than he was paid to collaborate with the Taliban, I imagine.
Do you mind not usurping my name here? You know better than that since it's NATO who has all the billions of dollars to pay people off and not the Taliban!!!
Come on, Larry, everyone knows the Taliban gets billions every year from its opium trade. They're not just buying weapons with it; they're buying people. Don't be so naive.
Where do you come off dishonoring the name of Gen.Patton??? Any fool knows that he didn't post the above,Phunnie boy.You did it under his name trying to disgrace him.Have you no shame at all???I guess not!!!
Why is America so set on fighting the Tailban? I thought America was after al Queada terrorists? The Taliban had nothing to do with 9/11.
George Patton of Philadelphia
I changed to My real name figuring He wouldn't have the nerve to use it!!! I guess I was wrong...
Why is America so set on fighting the Tailban? I thought America was after al Queada teorrists? Taliban had nothing to do with 9/11.
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