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This is how low we have now fallen in Afghanistan;

Members of the Taliban who give up their fight are being paid £100 a month and will be allowed to keep their guns in a new initiative to end the insurgency. The “reintegration” programme, which has the full support of Nato, is intended to keep them from attacking troops from the International Stabilisation and Assistance Force (ISAF). Those who have attacked and killed British forces are also effectively given an amnesty, which means they will never be put on trial.

We should leave NOW. This is just embarrassing.

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7 thoughts on “PAYING THE TALIBAN…

  1. it’s criminal, if we aren’t going to really persecute the enemy we should go home or atleast pullback to a neutral country, the current regime here in the US and in britain aren’t into fighting this war at this time.

  2. This has to be the greatest recruiting tactic the Taliban never thought of!

    “Hey, Abdul, Come! Forget about the poppies, this is a sure fire income stream. The stoopid Westerners will pay you a £100 a month to stay at home and clean your gun: how does that sound?

    You want to drive the Infidel out of Afghanistan??
    No problem; you can moonlight!”

  3. If the agressive Rad Army couldn’t conquer Afghanistan an ” International Stabilisation and Assistance Force” has no chance.

    The generals and politicians should realise that they aren’t welcome and send those young men home now.

  4. the current regime here in the US and in britain aren’t into fighting this war at this time

    And you think that Gingrich will be different? Maybe he’ll attack Pakistan as well?

  5. And you think that Gingrich will be different? Maybe he’ll attack Pakistan as well?

    Peter – it has already happened. US-military Inc. attacked a Pakistani army unit and killed 25 soldiers.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/27/pakistan-orders-us-leave-shamsi-airbase

    – Pakistan has given the US 15 days to vacate an airbase used as a key launchpad for drone strikes in Afghanistan in retaliation for a mistaken attack on a Pakistani border outpost that killed at least 24 soldiers and injured 13.

    American forces were told to leave the remote Shamsi airbase, secretly given over to the US after 9/11, following an emergency meeting of Pakistan’s top civilian and military leadership late on Saturday. Pakistan has also blocked supply routes for US-led troops in Afghanistan. –

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