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    NATO and independent contractors are ready to pay Tallibs for safety of convoys

    NATO and independent contractors are ready to pay Tallibs for safety of convoys destined for international contingent in Afghanistan!

    Swiss Supreme Global Solutions protecting oil and foodstuffs supplies to NATO contingent engaged not in supply only but in financing of Taliban field commanders! The fact is that in connection of activation of militants movements the suppliers were forced to build ties with terrorists for keeping convoys safe! Daily 60-100 vehicles move to Peshawar and vendors are paying $1000 for security of each unit of equipment! Can you image how much money Taliban get for guaranteeing of NATO mission realized in Afghanistan!
    Interestingly, Swiss pay wages for Taliban militants but have the cheek to cover it! Eyewitnesses say that in addition to it by Taliban support Supreme Global Solutions is in criminal trade with organs and drugs!
    I think that fabulous profits fell into Swiss officials’ accounts! And NATO need to investigate those facts otherwise we’ll be able to start thinking of Afghanistan mission as criminal, not anti-terrorism actually! And this war will never stop before we continue to finance terrorists! The wolf knows what the ill beast thinks!

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    NATO air forces hold Afghanistan in an object of terror

    Afghan officials say that almost 70 civilians were killed during the NATO air strike in the northern province of Kunduz washingtonpost . com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/06/AR2009090602209.html. What is it? Is it another mistake of the top NATO Command, which “will never happen again”?
    I say, it’s high time to face reality: NATO doesn’t promote the development of true democracy in Afghanistan. The only thing NATO troops succeeded in is a bombing of local people. Is it possible to speak about jural society in that country now in view of the fact that NATO doesn’t even admit rights of locals to life?

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    pity on nato

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    Afghanistan is a waste of time. Leave Afghanistan to the various tribes of Afghanistan and let them duke it out. Afghanistan can never, ever be a unified nation and it is no place at this moment to understand what democracy is. The numerous warring Afghani tribes can only understand very local tribal rule because they know and understand nothing else, being totally ignorant of other methods of governance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simone View Post
    Afghanistan is a waste of time. Leave Afghanistan to the various tribes of Afghanistan and let them duke it out. Afghanistan can never, ever be a unified nation and it is no place at this moment to understand what democracy is. The numerous warring Afghani tribes can only understand very local tribal rule because they know and understand nothing else, being totally ignorant of other methods of governance.
    So you're ok with Afghanistan reverting back to a terrorist training base?
    “For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance; he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.” - Robert Jastrow

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    Osama bin Laden is dead. Our president, Barack Obama, took him out. End of story of terrorism in Afghanistan.

    We need to concentrate on Pakistan, Somalia, and elsewhere that Al Qaida have fled.
    Brother, you can believe in stones as long as you do not hurl them at me. Wafa Sultan

    “War is an American way to teach geography,” British soldier

    War is sweet to those who have not tasted it, but the experienced man trembles exceedingly at heart on its approach. – Pindar

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    Quote Originally Posted by simone View Post
    Osama bin Laden is dead. Our president, Barack Obama, took him out. End of story of terrorism in Afghanistan.

    We need to concentrate on Pakistan, Somalia, and elsewhere that Al Qaida have fled.
    Your special forces took him out, Obama stayed at home and gave them permission to try.
    'End of story of terrorism in Afghanistan'? That statement was so stupid it actually made me embarrassed for you

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    al qaida is no more than fairytale

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheenangel74 View Post
    al qaida is no more than fairytale
    Did they tell you that at Friday prayers?

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