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the the about a nice is a hail of bullets on a crowd of people raise. the african national flag is simple but replaced across the country with their own banner. the only show of resistance $10000.00 death cancelled is reportedly rally in the north of the country under the leadership of the vice president. and he's now a scanner in jerusalem and leader, they've already wrested back areas near cobbled shotguns and their support is gather outside the u. k. parliament demanding the government do law to help refugees escape. i've got this stuff coming thing. they can learn the foreign policy. britain, after all, was gone for the training. the african 20 isn't 3 trillion dollars
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later us political commentators share his thoughts on whether the war was worth it about. we invade the inner cities of america, and we bring health care to those people. we bring shelter to those people. we bring medicine, those people, we bring counseling to those people. how about we invade america and we start try that, help america. ah, other thanks so much for joining us. you're watching out the international 3 people are confirmed, killed in the can city of july about a telephone fight is open fire and protests against the group. seizure of power doesn't more were injured. it comes just a day after the militants vowed to bring peace to the country. the fight is open fire if the people had started taking down the groups,
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black and white banner and flying the african national flag instead. public resistance to the taliban takeover has been limited. a similar progress have been seen in other provinces. the south in the city of coast. for example. the people also took down the taliban banner from the main square and wasted the old african flag held about fight his open fire soon enough. footnote casualties have been reported much more serious threat to the taliban power grabbing, forming in the countries north. seeing reported around 10000 african army soldiers of rallying in pan sheer provence. now this is the only region of afghanistan that is still contested. it was an outpost of taliban resistance in the 1919 and was never captured during the civil war. it also held out during the soviet invasion. pansy province is located within the valley of state mountains. these former solid
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natural defense spearheading the resistance that now the afghan and vice president umbrella sala. he actually says that he is now off county funds, legitimate, acting president. after his former boss fled the country of the taliban advance on cobble sala has fought the telephone before and was in charge also, spying on the militant fleeting, the next national security directorate. he is rallying resistance together with another leader masoud, who's the son and namesake of one of the most prominent leaders of the african resistance to the 1st tell about bill is what masoud was saying back in june about defending afghanistan. they're going to fight for the rights of the people. they're going to fight for the rights of women. and they're going to fight for many other values. the church and we look at you from the past to see that you're the 1st line of defense. we are defending europe, you're defending division, and i have cancer fighting, not just for themselves, but for everyone. the more videos are emerging on line of the ask our resistance
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for cc you can see the green white flags of the northern alliance being flown in the province where the resistance is gathering. the northern alliance was form right after the taliban 1st came to power in 1996, fighting against it till the us came to the country. and the fight promises to be a bloody one. is the taliban is go. that's hands on the high tech, also with billions gifted by the americans to the african army. the us national security advisor face embarrassing questions about weaponry left behind. those black hawks were given to the tall one. they were given to the african national security forces to be able to defend themselves. we don't have a complete picture, obviously of where every article of defense materials has gone by. certainly a fair amount of it has fallen into the hands of the taliban. and obviously we don't have a sense that they are going to readily handed over to us at the airport. it's about
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5 years have been parading around, cobble showing off the new may, didn't america, rifles and humvees median. jimmy has some advice. i don't know how to avoid such humiliation. they showed it with action can be on off. he's going underground. you want a us intervention, a military intervention, tell me about which country you want the u. s. intervening. and i think it's about, i mean, because a lot of people are saying we need to stay in afghanistan and help the women. i say, how about in the united states takes about 3 or 4000 troops and invade los angeles and brings health care and medical aid, and shelter to the 60000 homes, people in los angeles. how about we invade the inner cities of america? and we bring health care to those people. we bring shelter to those people. we bring medicine to those people. we bring counseling to those people. how about we invade america? and we start trying to help america. when is,
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when is america going to care about the women? and, you know, one out of 5 kids in america lives in poverty. so if you want to help people, why don't you give women and children, plenty of women, a living wage in the united states, give them health care and give them an education. ironically, that's what the government up gavin ended up until we invented the taliban. if you took that there are 600000 according to statistics or 600000 homeless people in america, a lot of those are women. lot of those are children. now if you gave them each a $1000.00 stipend a month, a $1000.00 a month, to go get house thing. that would cost $7200000000.00 a year. 7.2000000000. you know, we've been spending 2 trillion dollars or the last 20 years, 300000000 dollars a day to kill people. and then so the united states ever really cared about women. they could spend a $7200000000.00 to do or take care of the homeless people in the united states. give them a 1000 that they won't do it. so yes, joe biden,
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nancy pelosi jobs humor. mitch mcconnell, all the leaders and both parties, they know that they're, that one out of 5 children lives in poverty in the united states, along with their mothers. and they don't care ah, the movements political leader and co founder mole. i'm dual gun. anybody now returned from exile. sullivan, affiliated media, showed him being greeted by cheering crowds off the plane and candor, ha, who was arrested by pakistani security forces in 2010, and kept in custody for years. now expected by some to become the next leader of a kind of stuff. another taliban commander who was seen on sunday storming the presidential palace and the capital turn out to be a form of detainees. the notorious graham ton of bay camp ortiz to meet your paths, x goes to look at his and other similar cases. if the situation and gas that wasn't
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already a disaster showcasing the shortcomings of u. s. foreign policy and appetite for regime change. well, it turns out one of the taliban leaders who gave a celebratory speech from couples, presidential palace was none other than a former guantanamo detainees who was released as a quote medium risk. guess seriously, of all the people, the u. s. torture in guantanamo. this was one of the guys deems thought, really dangerous, and let go meet goal am roo honey. one of the 1st detainees at guantanamo in 2002. he was captured by us forces on some sion of being a taliban security officer. during his time and get more, ronnie maintained that he was called a simple shopkeeper who tried to help americans. so some 5 years later or 8. according to ronnie, he was released on the promise that he just wanted to help. his sick father won an appliance store and couple fast forward to 2021 and he's a taliban commander leading the takeover of couple. so either the us intelligence
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was, well not really intelligent and let a taliban radical pull one over them and lie his way out of the hands of the ca, or it was the time it's been and get know that actually radicalized a simple shopkeeper into a taliban fanatic, don't matter if a detainee were innocent. indeed, because he lived and got his on and was captured on the or near the battle area. he must know something of importance. well, apparently all the torture and human rights violations that get mall, and other us detention centers turned out to be all for nothing. sure, they apparently got some good and fell out of some of the detainees. but on the other hand, the ones that they let go went on to became terrorist leaders. yeah, ronnie isn't the only detain eastern terrorist boss. there's a whole list there is the 5 taliban leaders that obama swapped for an american desert, or these leaders were promised to never see a battlefield again. and that they would be held in guitar far from, again, a san,
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regardless of the circumstances, whatever those circumstances may turn out to be we still get an american soldier back if you seldom kept it period full stop yet somehow there. now apparently the masterminds behind the current take over a couple. one of them is even a part of the official delegation of the taliban. he even took part in negotiating the u. s. withdrawal from janice then earlier this year. we'll see. then there are the isis super terrorists, for example, leap in from us all, but daddy, the for leader of isis. he was captured in 2004, held in detention at a u. s. facility in iraq for 10 months. let go and went on to have a successful career and terrorism becoming the head honcho of the big bad, isis. he was a street thug. when we picked him up in 2004, it's hard to imagine we could about a crystal ball, then that would tell us he'd become head of isis. yeah. if only you could have seen
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that coming anyway. and then there's this guy who was a valuable inform and during his time, at the hands of us intelligence, our that was the song. but if you meet talent inability, and now he's no less than the current leader of isis, replacing all by daddy, turns out he was just using the us to get rid of the competition for the top spot amongst terrorist. another big wolf's, this is kind of beginning to seem like a trend. know, basically, not only did the us fail to recognize dangerous radicals when they were right there their hands, they apparently even managed to embolden and help radicalized people who probably wouldn't have posed any threat if it weren't for having an encounter with some american intelligence officers. in the end, america seems to be fighting problems itself created and so many that doesn't even come as a shock. during his 1st media briefing on tuesday, the tunnel button said that they forgive all those who worked for the government
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and foreign armies, but money enough canister on convince, or long queues outside embassies and cobble of people hoping to escape. francis moved his embassy to the capital, their ports to speed are processing, ensure greater safety. for those trying to flee at the hub itself was proved not to be the safest places either. hundreds, we're also seeing queueing about side car blair on tuesday, halliburton find his opened fire that to disperse the crowds. that kept gathering around the house. though they are not reportedly shooting its people. some of those queueing explain why they are desperate together. for the british and for the americans. and i have my documents with me right here for at least 10 years. i work with them. now i'm in danger. as you can see, the enemy is here and that is clear to everyone. they must evacuate me from here as soon as possible. i might come here 3 or 4 days in a row. there is nothing to eat and the people sleep because of hunger. i've worked
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for 6 or 7 years in the back room. and now i fled my village. i'm comfortable, i don't have a house and i want to flee. early we heard from farrah behalf easy, the daughter of a british national stuck in afghanistan. she told us british officials of the little to help bring back her elderly mother from the country. her mother's a 79 years old, fragile disabled woman was previous for history of a stroke. and she's currently going through severe authorize that she's waiting for a surgery. so she cannot travel without a wheel chair actually going to shift services from the 1st year issue. it's not for the twice at the airport by crowd boston. just trying to get into these slides and other civilians who are trying to flee couple so on person. and she wasn't able to afford the slides because of her medical condition. when she attended in the office and the couple on stress, surely she was constantly being dismissed by the guard. i tried literally
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bombarding their twitter account with social media current trying to get their attention to and bear in mind and pay attention to my mother's condition. unfortunately, every time i've contacted them, i was given the same call continues on. the embassy was interesting and encouraging . all citizens to try and seek commercial flights, which are fresh and may be full, been suspended because of the us troops trying to control the airport. joe barton's previous remarks and canister of come back to a launch in a decade ago when he was vice president insisted to the america leave afghanistan. no, but the consequences for the afghans drawing a comparison with vietnam about now he says the mission was never about nation building. comments he made 20 years ago suggest otherwise. just on of exploits. it didn't take long for the taliban to fill in his power vacuum left after the now
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infamous us pull out, defending the with the rule. president biden pin. the blame on the african government. political leaders of afghanistan were unable to come together for the good of their people unable to negotiate for the future of their country. when the chips were down, they would never have done so while us troops remained in that canister and bearing the brunt of the fighting for them. america's mission and i've got to stand was never supposed to have been nation building, says president bite and in 2021. the alternative to nation building is k. s. senator biden retorts in some parts administration. nation building is still a dirty phrase, but the alternative to nation building is chaos. chaos that churns out blood thirsty warlords, drug traffickers, and terrorist. when the u. s. failed to swiftly hand down ben loudon in 2001. the mission shifted towards remodeling the country into an ideal society that does not
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breed terrorists. george bush used the exact words nation building when looking back, flashing back at american efforts in the country. we know that true police will only be achieved when we give the afghan people the means to achieve their own aspirations. pace fees will be achieved by helping app ganesh. stan, develop its own stable government. but to do that meant to break the spine of the traditionalist, have good society and implant a new one from reconstruction and aid efforts to overseeing the formation of the new african state army. us train of course. and that did not come cheap. the
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me i the, the real the wealthiest country in the history of the world. and yet we have the higher trial poverty rate of almost any country on earth. critics, even brandon, the ex president of, of gaston. as for ghani, a u. s. protege, he is a familiar figure to the american establishment, while washington's european allies also didn't have any illusions about what exactly the aim of the mission was. things didn't succeed and weren't accomplished
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as we had planned. that's the realization and the big one is terrifying for the millions of afghans who supported the more free society and who with the support of western states. strong for democracy indication and women's rights, and made important progress. moreover, the right volumes of books studying us nation building in ghana and one's literally called exactly like that word for word. but the bite and team refused to capitulate and just admit defeat. instead, they're trying to hide their intentions behind the abstract facade of the war on terra, and branding it as an actual success. we succeeded in achieving those fundamental objectives and the idea that we would sign up for remaining there in the midst of a civil war for another $510.00 or 20 years, was simply not in the national interest, killing bin laden 10 years ago is arguably the only achievement the u. s. has to
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show for its mission and i've got to stand other benefits which the country well did enjoy under the u. s. protectorate, like an improvement in women's rights, a lower infant mortality rate and more children going to school. all of that is now left at the taliban mercy. while the ruling leads in washington, too busy writing, revisionist history. u. s. army combat veteran corey mills says that we're always to clear objectives of the african mission to eliminate the terrorist threat and then rebuild the nation. what went wrong, committed that americans thought that we were in the business of nation building. what we went over there to do in the very beginning and i was part of that was to eliminate the terrorists who were responsible for the $911.00 attack and also stop at being a safe haven to terrorism that have been done and perfect that with cpr operation irregular warfare, a symmetric warfare, and spent operation forces with dick, with the support of the intelligence communities. basically going out putting
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together a t t packets. we then got into this ship of nation building and they wanted to continue to perpetuate this idea that we need to stay there in arm and build and defend and help create a democracy. you know, because we're american are arrogant, see that every other country needs democracy like us just never ends when it comes out again this was a lot. busy of plans to begin with, and i tell all my bitter and brothers and sisters who were out there, but it was the suit, not the boots who was responsible for this failure, the taliban and all of the tourists networks. and then we had to watch as americans, but they had the time, they never had to leave and they knew they could wait us out. a job. buttons, approval ratings have plummeted upon use of the taliban takeover. plunging 7 points to its lowest level yet on friday. more than half of the american saw, the president was doing a good job, but 3 days and an african power drug. later,
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the figure was 46 percent. we asked people in the u. k. and us what they think about the u. s. withdrawal from afghanistan. the whole politicians throughout the world should be smoothly hanging their head in shame. what's happening? it's absolutely disgraceful. well, the cd effects normally was the everybody's not just a gun to some european america. everybody was and it has created a great deal of difficulty for people working there. and obviously for the native, a people of afghanistan, shame, what's happening over there, but have dentist and they've been fighting for 102 years. the fact that we've been over there for 20 years, we really haven't stabilized the country. there's no reason for us to be over. there are the women that are left behind. i know what is that the taliban regime saying that they will allow women to have the freedom that
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they've enjoyed 20 years. but i don't believe it. protest is gathered in london condemning the u. k. government response to events in afghanistan, the cooling for those still stuck in the country to be brought to the case quickly as possible. k, partridge has more put your face, afghans, unsupported, including m. p 's and the stop the war coalition gathered outside parliament ahead of the debate on us on his son. very appealing to the government to bring those who serve the british and american forces in afghanistan to the u. k. to protect them from the taliban on tuesday night, the government said the u. k. will take up to 20000 refugees over the coming years . a number which home secretary pretty battelle not says could more than double what opposition figures want to see the plan behind the promises. i'm hoping that the government will both explain the chaos of the evacuation will agree on a much larger number of refugees, counties this come to the support for them, dropped the anti refugee rhetoric pretty battelle has been in the past few months.
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bubble give us something thing. they're going to learn the foreign policy lesson. britain, after all, the chances of training the afghan britain, after all, set up a timing, call to the army and the result has not been a good one. meanwhile, the taliban has gone on a p, our offensive to win hearts and minds and that political leaders have also promised women will have rights, according to sure. we a law, an amnesty for those who work for foreign powers and cost fears about housing extremists. but relative to those still enough down, it's done skeptical. i'm fearful. i came here back 1718 years ago because of these people are now in back home, and i'll tell you why we call it on our back office one years on the circling of people, everyone. and you got back in the same spot us when years ago you watching tv killing people. schools are close again. the woman is congo outside again, which was 20 years ago. so this is just a waste of money and with the government,
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they don't if you will, if you watch some retails, people are just talking from a to playing. i can watch the fear of valuable. there's no fear, nobody will run like this to the runway. and the aeroplane and just fly with them over. and he dropped dead they they, they, they will happy to die like this, not by tele, one. these protest this hope the diplomacy will work long term in a country where military intervention happens and 1000 to being killed or injured. we are greatly concerned regarding women and children wasn't able condition in protest on. secondly, that we are really concerned that, that a bond in the region there would be used in the proxy and british and american the left them like this. and now this time, the one you can to harvard them with the more alms and weapons. and that is a great concern. we have friends there, they are in great,
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clear. they don't know what to do at the moment. they have been told by poly bond that they're not going to hom then, but nobody knows what will they do next. united kingdom should be seeing the live on come to the discussion. i make a commitment that they will not being in the law they will lot make. i was on the sign. i feel pretty safe, and i know they cannot be believe the they might commit something here in still not to do it. but i, i still saying that if they make a commitment on the international platform, then they can be headed that we need to be thinking very, very seriously about the lessons from the part of what they mean for the foreign policy, the future. and i think it's a day that it's a day of reckoning really. and it's a day in which the politicians need to action for the 1st time since 2001. think hard and think about the damage that they've done in the series. the far more taken place and they really need to learn the lesson. we have to end this talk through
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the rules. we have to end this aggressive foreign policy. was people in the u. k. worry about loved ones in afghanistan. a un deputy special representative for the country told us about the current humanitarian crisis. are you getting invitations remains to be there, cause you have suffered wrong conflicts or, and the consequences of displacement is about half a 1000000 600000 or less. this assessments on displace country is in extremely difficult to draw the situation. so are displacement coupled with 2 factors. and then obviously you have at least half of the children under the age of 5 in the severe marsh conditions and the population overall variable. so we're talking about 18000000 people meet our funding,
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a robot must protect its own existence with the ah, with me. hello and welcome to cross off. were all things are considered. i'm peter lavelle, russia china relations are strong and getting deeper. we are told this is dangerous for the washington lead world. is it? why are moscow in beijing moving closer together? did the miscalculations of the washington consensus? have anything to do with it? is the china russia alliance made it america the.


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