I saw this coming. Afghan Women are being oppressed while Republicans and others cast blame on our President. My Bond characters are extremely revelent. My kin, Ian Fleming, would bless my contention that I am heir to his character, James Bond.
The crisis Rena Easton caused in my life for filing a false stalking report, has grown into a international political crisis.
A highly decorated British Army officer said he is “absolutely shocked” at President Joe Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal, rendering the 20 year war “a total waste.”
Florida congressional candidate and former Army veteran Cory Mills said that he worked with a group of Army veterans to help the four Americans, a woman named Mariam and her three children, get out of Afghanistan and back home to the United States. Mills blasted the State Department for a statement released Monday implying that the evacuation had support from U.S. officials and that the Taliban permitted the operation, according to Fox News.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
“This is an attempt to save face by the administration for the Americans they left behind,” Mills told the outlet. “This is a woman with three children from age 15 all the way down to 2-years-old. And they did nothing to try to expedite this … But at the very last minute you have these ‘senior officials’ at the State Department trying to claim credit for this like, ‘Oh yeah, look what we’ve done.'”
“6,500 people died – including 3,000 deaths at Twin Towers – and we didn’t achieve a single thing,” said retired Special Operations Staff Sgt. Trevor Coult, who has been feted by both the queen and President George W. Bush.
“He destroyed 20 years’ work in less than 24 hours.”
Coult served for 21 years in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan where he was involved in 178 enemy engagements and survived three bomb blasts. The queen awarded him one of the United Kingdom’s highest honors, the military cross, for saving allied lives during an ambush. He was also awarded a presidential citation by Bush during a White House dinner.
The Taliban violently crushed yet another peaceful demonstration on Tuesday, as hundreds of women and men in Kabul marched in “one of the largest” protests against the militant group since it seized control roughly three weeks ago, The New York Times and The Washington Post report.