Well, since B. Hussein thinks the Taliban is “not the enemy”, what could go wrong?
Senior US officials said on Tuesday that representatives will begin formal talks with the Taliban “within a few” days at a new office in Doha, Qatar.
The Afghan Taliban opened the office to help restart talks on ending the 12-year-old war, saying it wanted a political solution that would bring about a just government and end foreign occupation.
Senior Barack Obama administration officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak on the record, described the office opening to AP as a stepping stone to full Taliban renouncement of al Qaeda.
Like its sister organization, al Qaeda, the Taliban is involved in world-wide terrorism. They are connected and have conducted joint training and terrorist operations.
Obama thinks the Taliban will divorce its like-minded comrades in Al Qaeda. But then, he’s not the sharpest tool in the shed.
While he plays patty cake with the bad guys, they continue to attack American troops and NATO facilities.
A dicked up ROE, pussified, politically correct regulations, and portraying the enemy as less of an enemy isn’t a war. It’s a clusterfuck. But then, “victory isn’t necessarily the goal.”
Trying to win the hearts and minds of a gutter culture stuck in the perverted philosophy of a 7th century Islamic zealot, won’t stop them from jihad. Killing them will. We should be sending them to hell, not shaking their hands.
The so-called partnership between American Soldiers and Afghan troops is an epic fail. The Taliban and Al Qaeda have infiltrated the Afghan forces and most certainly have influence in Karzai’s regime.
Obama’s asinine announcement of complete troop withdrawal in 2014, has the Taliban giddy with anticipation. They can hardly wait. Not only do they get the benefit of knowing when we will leave Afghanistan, they get the green light to pick up where they left off before we invaded.
You don’t negotiate with the enemy, you annihilate them. You don’t give them office space, you crush them to the point where they will never again have the ability to do harm.
The whole point of going into Afghanistan was not just to get Bin Laden, (even though he escaped to Pakistan), but to defeat one of the enemies responsible for the 9/11 atrocities. They have not been defeated, they’ve been propped up by a SCOAMF who is totally incapable of making good decisions.
Yep, the country’s in good hands.