Saturday, November 27, 2010

The War In Afghanistan Is Lost: NATO Mission (Occupation) In Afghanistan Is Now Longer Than Soviet Occupation!

The war in Afghanistan has been lost from the start.   The evil Rothschilds of Europe demanded in 2001, BEFORE the attacks of 9-11, that their minion and servant nations send in troops to restore the Opium poppy fields to full production for their own profits.    Now over 9 years later, the American and NATO forces are still there, fighting a losing battle against the true freedom fighters, the Taliban themselves!

Now, I want to present a new article from the Telegraph news service out of the UK, at, entitled: "NATO Mission In Afghanistan As Long As Soviet Occupation", that shows that the NATO "mission" to Afghanistan has now exceeded the time that the Soviets spent in the 1980's in their vain attempt to subjugate that nation!  Here is that article:

Nato mission in Afghanistan as long as Soviet occupation

The Nato-led mission in Afghanistan has now lasted as long as the Soviet army's doomed occupation during the 1980s.

A British soldier secures the site of the blast in front of the NATO headquarters in Kabul
A British soldier secures the site of the blast in front of the NATO headquarters in Kabul Photo: REUTERS

 2:06PM GMT 26 Nov 2010

Coalition troops, including 9,500 British, will on Saturday surpass the nine years and fifty days which the Red Army spent unsuccessfully trying to build a socialist state.
The milestone comes as Nato has 140,000 troops deployed in the country and levels of violence are at their highest since the US-backed ousting of the Taliban in October 2001.
Russian troops invaded Afghanistan on December 27, 1979, to prop up a communist regime facing a popular uprising.
On February 15, 1989, the last armoured convoy of wearied Russian forces retreated north across the Amu Darya river into Uzbekistan after failing to quell a CIA-backed resistance which Mikhail Gorbachev had labelled "our bleeding wound".
Mohammad Najibullah, the puppet leader the Soviet's left behind, clung onto power for another three years until he was ousted by the Mujahideen rebels.
Nato's special forces-led mission in the wake of the September 11 attacks to topple the Taliban and kill or capture their al Qaeda terrorist guests, has grown into a vast counter-insurgency campaign.
Nine years after the Taliban fled to their Pakistan havens, the resurgent movement controls swathes of the south and Nato is losing on average 50 to 60 troops a month.
Generals say they have this summer finally reversed the insurgents' momentum, but a Pentagon assessment this week said progress was patchy.
Wadir Safi, a professor at Kabul University and minister in the Najibullah government, said "the Americans never reached the goal for which they came."
"If they don't change their policy, if they don't reach their goals, if they don't reach agreement with the armed opposition and with the government, then it is not a far time that the Afghan people will be fed up with the presence of these foreign forces." Nader Nadery, an Afghan analyst who has studied the both invasions, said the Nato presence could not be compared with the brutality of the Red Army occupation.
As the Soviets lost control of the countryside to rebels backed by hundreds of millions of pounds from America and the Gulf states, they resorted to indiscriminate campaigns of bombing and massacre. More than a million civilians died.
He said: "There was indiscriminate mass bombardment of villages for the eviction of Mujahideen. Civilian casualties are not at all comparable."

NTS Notes:  NATO and American forces have been in Afghanistan for over 9 years now to keep the Opium flowing out of that nation, and there is absolutely no hope for any victory against the Taliban.

People must be asking themselves therefore... What are the Americans and NATO now doing to withdraw from Afghanistan?   The answer is absolutely nothing!  In fact, rather than plan their escape from the quagmire, the American leadership is escalating the fight in Afghanistan by bringing in even heavier armaments into that lost fight!

So with 9 years of fighting in a lost cause for illegal drug trading, and after throwing away over a TRILLION dollars, the war in Afghanistan has not only exceeded the length of the Vietnam War, but it has now exceeded even the Soviet occupation!   The outcome however will still be the same eventually, with the Americans and NATO forced to withdraw, and broken and dead bodies coming home!

Lets again demand that our troops be withdrawn from this unjustifiable war, and bring them home, NOW!

More to come


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