Citizens of NATO countries: Rate your satisfaction

Comandante_
Comandante_: Now that there is further pulling out of the Afghan war. Rate your satisfaction of what was done by your governments.

0-10

0 (unsatisfied),
10 (extremely satisfied with an added smirk)

It’s good to review.

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21 days ago Report
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The giant midget
The giant midget: A big fat O
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chronology
chronology: 10, the American Services have done an excellent job there. It is regrettable Americans are leaving.
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
Chronology. Can you share the outputs? And the Afghan citizen’s lost of lives taken as casualties?
What was accomplished and the point of it all?
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chronology
chronology: Indom. I cannot understand your version of English. I am not being sarcastic, you are like Fairy whatever his name is.

Afghanistan was for the most part a lawless No Go Zone before the USA entered the country. After a lot of fine work and sacrifice by Americans the country is at least open to the rest of the world now.

A huge amount of work still needs to be done in building infastructure and education in the country, When the Americans leave, everyone is saying the country will just become a No Go Zone again. There will be drug traficking, arms dealing, and international criminals escaping to there from the Courts.

Americans here on wire can take pride in the achievements of their services in Afghanistan. It is a huge mountainess country, and the U.S. Military did the best they could. But hey, even Alexander The Great lost some battles there. One time Alexander was so badly beaten up in a fight in a battle he had to be carried off the field and was bedridden for a week afterwards. The Afghans are a tough hardy people.
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
You may have a comprehension issue. There’s no version of English. I will however expand the question for you, not a problem:

1) “Can you share the outputs? And the Afghan citizen’s lost of lives taken as casualties”

Outputs are the deliverables. End results.

The initial purpose from the very start the US led this invasion with the talking point that they will oust the Taliban. As they claimed were harbouring Osama Bin Laden and other al-Qaeda figures linked to the 9/11 attacks.

Years later with thousands of direct casualties of Afghan citizens and many more displaced, we know that Osama Bin Laden was found not in Afghanistan but in Pakistan. We know now that the Taliban was negotiated with and will be returning to power.

Now, I’m just an average person but to me, it is not just failure as the goals were not achieved but also the lost of lives and the displacement makes it worse.

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Comandante_
Comandante_:
“Afghanistan was for the most part a lawless No Go Zone before the USA entered the country. After a lot of fine work and sacrifice by Americans the country is at least open to the rest of the world now.”

When are you going to book your tourist spot in Afghanistan? Absolute nonsense. Take pride in the needless slaughter and pat yourself on the back. How well will you do in a reverse situation?

“ The Afghans are a tough hardy people.” They are just numbers to you and easily disposable.

Let’s cut the propaganda.
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Comandante_
Comandante_:

“We were devoid of a fundamental understanding of Afghanistan — we didn’t know what we were doing,” Douglas Lute, a three-star Army general who served as the White House’s Afghan war czar during the Bush and Obama administrations, told government interviewers in 2015. He added: “What are we trying to do here? We didn’t have the foggiest notion of what we were undertaking.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/investigations/afghanistan-papers/documents-database/?document=lute_doug_ll_01_d5_02202015
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
Noone gets participation medals when lives were needlessly lost.

17 days ago Report
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
Saying that the there shouldn’t be pride in the Afghan war?
That’s as asking for thanks for pissing on a burning house then shooting the family dog.
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chronology
chronology: Look, again no offense, but I cannot understand your use of English. But some word's do stand out.

First off the United States lawfully and in compliance with international agreements entered Afghanistan with the sole purpose of protecting American lives. 911 had been planned and organised from the Cave complex used by Bin Laden in the country. To prevent more loss of American life, the United States Military entered the country.

After superb operations which wiped out threats to Americans in the future, the United States took upon itself the task of Nation building. The hope being that better living standards will lessen the attraction to terrorism.

All United States Services adhere to Code's of Conduct where human life is not needlessly taken.

Again, no offense but I cannot understand your English, or what you call English. So this is my last reply. Like fractured whatever his name is, your English and logic is bewildering.
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
No offence taken.
I speak very clear English and it is a comprehension issue on your part or a petty attempt to insult. Both, none of my concern.
Brian has dyslexia which is not an issue directly with his Logic.
If you’re having difficulties understanding, maybe you can get yourself checked out. Noone has had issues with my english.


Now back to the topic:

The invasion in Afghanistan is disputed as being illegal under international law. The opposition to it being illegal, stems from the fact that it was not the Taliban who attacked the US.
It was found also that the perpetrators of 911 attack was not Afghani but Saudi Arabian. The head of the attack was found in Pakistan, not Afghanistan. The US provided no evidence that Afghanistan was a threat to their country.

The current mess is evidence enough that the invasion was not properly thought out or planned. It did not end in a benefit to the Afghanistan citizens. It ended however with needless lives lost.

Edit: I’ll add too that it also served to strengthen the Taliban’s hold on the country’s future. It is going to be harder for the Afghani citizens now than before the war.
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Silver__Fox
Silver__Fox: Looks like English to me lol
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The giant midget
The giant midget: Oh that American patriotism
The go again America the world problem solver syndrome
if my memory Is still working , NATO is a organization with 28 member countries and not only USA
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Comandante_
Comandante_:
Got to hand it to them for mastering propaganda. Making speaking against the government’s action tantamount to anti-patriotism. Speaking against atrocities = spitting on the troops.
It’s a protective layer for administrations to repeat the same nonsense with impunity.
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Fractured fairy tale
Fractured fairy tale: After superb operations which wiped out threats to Americans in the future, the United States took upon itself the task of Nation building. The hope being that better living standards will lessen the attraction to terrorism.

Understand This Chronolgy You Patholigial Propagandist
It Brought Terrorism And Massive amounts of refugges to the Rest of the English Speaking Western World And Make there Country Worse than it was before, You call that Nation building ,All you Give a Stuff about is your Precious Americans you make me
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Fractured fairy tale
Fractured fairy tale: I never Had Any Idear Till i came on this website That some Americans Are So Self Absorbed And So Up Themselves They wouldn"t hve a clue about the rest of the world nore do they Care
its all About them Pathetic
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