More proof that Biden’s White House is assclown central.
As the world considers whether or not to recognize the Taliban as a legitimate government, there is growing concern from world leaders regarding the roster of the new caretaker government announced on Tuesday by the Taliban.
On Tuesday, the US State Department expressed concerns regarding the noticeable lack of female leaders, as well as the past actions and wanted statuses of Afghanistan’s new leaders.
In a statement shared with The Hill, a State Department spokesperson said that although the Taliban “has presented this as a caretaker cabinet,” the US “will judge the Taliban by its actions, not words.”
“We have made clear our expectation that the Afghan people deserve an inclusive government,” the spokesperson said.
The State Department’s statement also noted that the list of new leaders announced by the Taliban “consists exclusively of individuals who are members of the Taliban or their close associates and no women.”
This notable absence of women in the inner core of the government comes despite the Taliban saying that they have been urging women to join government offices in an attempt to differentiate the Taliban rule of 2021 to that of 20 years ago, where women and girls were placed under strict rules preventing them from going to school and only being allowed to leave the house with a male companion.
According to Agence France-Presse, the European Union raised concerns over the lack of women and inclusion of different groups in the Taliban’s new government.
The Taliban’ idea of inclusive is beheading, shooting, flogging, and hanging females, gays, Christians, and anyone who objects to their brutality. But the State Department is clueless about the Islamic doctrine that dictates all of that.
The forecast for Afghanistan is not good. Women, girls, and anyone who doesn’t prostrate to hardline Islam are in for a nightmare. The Taliban filth that took over Afghanistan after the Soviet withdrawal inflicted a five-year reign of brutality. Beheadings and floggings became commonplace for minor transgressions against Islam. Music, television, and the Internet were banned. Men were forced to wear beards, women were forced to wear head-to-toe Burqas, and they were beaten if they did not comply. Girls were forbidden to attend school. Women were prohibited from working outside the home or being in public without a male relative. Those who did were beaten or shot, by officers of the “ministry for the protection of virtue and prevention of vice.”
Expect a repeat of epic proportions.