Taliban still active in Afghanistan after years and years of war

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Huge swathes of Helmand Province, the area of Afghanistan where hundreds of British soldiers were killed in eight years of bloody fighting, are once again in the hands of the Taliban, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The districts of Now Zad, Musa Qala and Sangin have been overrun by insurgents after British troops withdrew to the security of Camp Bastion – the last remaining UK base in the province.

The return of the Taliban to hundreds of square miles of territory which was previously liberated by British soldiers makes a mockery of Prime Minister David Cameron’s declaration of ‘mission accomplished’ in Afghanistan.

The devastating news was revealed in a series of emails written by a British Army intelligence officer serving in Afghanistan, which have been seen by this newspaper.
Writing from behind the wire at Camp Bastion, he described the UK mission as ‘nothing other than a failure and not something to be proud about’.

Last night, the Ministry of Defence described the situation on the ground in these districts as ‘fluid’.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2681904/The-bloody-betrayal-Intelligence-emails-reveal-Taliban-taken-Afghan-strongholds-150-boys-died-for.html

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Re: Taliban still active in Afghanistan after years and years of war
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2014, 10:11:40 AM »
  They convinced people the Taliban took down the towers. Bin Laden was the perpetrator and Taliban became the infamous name for the terrorist mastermind. 911,why no NORAD ( the finest defense system globaly didn't respond) The FAA, DOD, DIA, in short no Fed agency with the task of protecting our nation and defending our airspace acknowleged the highjacking of passenger airliners nor responded.
What does that tell ya?
 Bush and his crew invaded a nation, the so called hunt for one guy in particular ( Bin the x-CIA )and his crew.
What exactly are the Taliban,  it is up to you to decide.
Civilian body count: Civilians Killed and Wounded | Costs of War
www.costsofwar.org/.../civilians-killed-and-wounde...
The ongoing conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan have taken a ... Iraq Body Count conservatively estimates that at least 133,000 civilians have been killed ...
    One just have to wonder why there may be Afghans tired of seeing their family's slaughtered, some of these fathers, brothers, sons of those killed just may be seeking revenge, wouldn't ya say? They are not going away. As for US & Allied troops killed or mangled  a decison must be made by the people of this nation, was 911 allowed, did Bin Laden actually do this and is this insanity actually believed by the populace.  One sure fact opium production in Afghanistan is at an all time high, the MIC cash registers were ringing, our debt imploded, the elites are having orgasms  This 911 was a calculated FF from day 1. It is a tentacle of the NWO's goal, final target..USA.
   Perpetual war serves those only ,,who profit.
Numbers: Stalin stated " One death is a tragedy, 10,000 is just a number" I simply don't agree with Joe, and remain with hope the masses find it possible to open their minds to the reality.
  I'm truly tired of seeing America manipulated by these traitors & have been since Vietnam, 3 million civilians killed and 60,000 American sons dead.
 
   

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Re: Taliban still active in Afghanistan after years and years of war
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2014, 02:06:42 AM »
You’re right Chris, and we need to remember that for the most part the Afghans fighting occupation are the same ones called heros for doing the same against the Soviets in the 80’s.

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« Reply #3 on: July 07, 2014, 10:00:17 PM »
You’re right Chris, and we need to remember that for the most part the Afghans fighting occupation are the same ones called heros for doing the same against the Soviets in the 80’s.
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Re: Taliban still active in Afghanistan after years and years of war
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2015, 10:35:23 AM »
AP: Russian President Putin said that next jihadists attack will come from Afghanistan. Again ?  :(

http://www.digitalnewsworld.com/news/associated-press-putin-warns-of-incursion-from-afghanistan-into-central-asia.htmlhttp://