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Updated: Apr 4, 2021

Ever since Biden came into office and removed everything that has been done by President Trump things are heating up in the world. The third issue is the Taliban.

President Trump, agreed to remove our troops from Afganistan and stop meddling in the Muslim World affairs. Biden, comes along and cancelled it all. He wants to keep our troops over there and is considering adding more to stay.

I suspect there is another reason why also by keeping our troops over there and of course we know its OIL, but I suspect there is another that was going around during Obamas time in office......Keep our troops over there so when the SHTF here America will be helpless.

I believe there are a few reasons why we are over there. To keep stability, Oil, meddling to some extent. The Taliban, Al Qaeda/ISIS can never be trusted and hurt and maim those who are with them and those who refuse. The women are brutalized, the children are put into a position of conforming and becoming a terrorist. I am not sure why President Trump Pulled us out. I want to think its our time to come home and get the hell out of there, but if they stayed, Muslims see us as a threat, more body bags would be coming home. the terrorist say they were fine under president trumps writeup and they agreed, but for what purpose? to continue to maim, and brutalize those who appose them. I am stuck on that one. We cannot be heros to all especially to those people over there. Al though I have seen recent videos of women crying and asking Biden to stop.

America is the Peace keeper of the world in so many words. We cannot stop the Taliban etc.

I have suspected since they cannot be trusted that trouble is nearing again. I suspect they will try to get over the borders like they and Al Qaeda/ISIS , did in the past under Obama. Ty Biden!!! Idiot.


The Taliban or Taleban, who refer to themselves as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), are a Sunni Islamic fundamentalist political movement and military organisation in Afghanistan currently waging war (an insurgency, or jihad) within that country. Since 2016, the Taliban's leader is Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada.

From 1996 to 2001, the Taliban held power over roughly three quarters of Afghanistan, and enforced a strict interpretation of Sharia, or Islamic law. The Taliban emerged in 1994 as one of the prominent factions in the Afghan Civil War and largely consisted of students (talib) from the Pashtun areas of eastern and southern Afghanistan who had been educated in traditional Islamic schools, and fought during the Soviet–Afghan War. Under the leadership of Mohammed Omar, the movement spread throughout most of Afghanistan, sequestering power from the Mujahideen warlords. The totalitarian Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was established in 1996 and the Afghan capital was transferred to Kandahar. It held control of most of the country until being overthrown after the American-led invasion of Afghanistan in December 2001 following the September 11 attacks. At its peak, formal diplomatic recognition of the Taliban's government was acknowledged by only three nations: Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The group later regrouped as an insurgency movement to fight the American-backed Karzai administration and the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in the War in Afghanistan.

The Taliban have been condemned internationally for the harsh enforcement of their interpretation of Islamic Sharia law, which has resulted in the brutal treatment of many Afghans, especially women. During their rule from 1996 to 2001, the Taliban and their allies committed massacres against Afghan civilians, denied UN food supplies to 160,000 starving civilians and conducted a policy of scorched earth, burning vast areas of fertile land and destroying tens of thousands of homes. During their rule they banned hobbies and activities such as kite flying and keeping birds as pets, and discriminatorily targeted many ethnic minorities, including Shiite Muslims, while their enforcement of identifiable badges on Hindus was likened to Nazi Germany's treatment of Jews. According to the United Nations, the Taliban and their allies were responsible for 76% of Afghan civilian casualties in 2010, 80% in 2011, and 80% in 2012. The Taliban has also engaged in cultural genocide, destroying numerous monuments including the famous 1500-year old Buddhas of Bamiyan.

The Taliban's ideology has been described as combining an "innovative" form of sharia Islamic law based on Deobandi fundamentalism and the militant Islamism and Salafi jihadism of Osama bin Laden with Pashtun social and cultural norms known as Pashtunwali, as most Taliban are Pashtun tribesmen.

The Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence and military are widely alleged by the international community and the Afghan government to have provided support to the Taliban during their founding and time in power, and of continuing to support the Taliban during the insurgency. Pakistan states that it dropped all support for the group after the 11 September attacks. In 2001, reportedly 2,500 Arabs under command of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden fought for the Taliban.

Condemned Taliban practices

Massacre campaigns

Human trafficking

Oppression of women

Violence against Afghan civilians

Violence against aid workers and Christians

Attack on education

Cultural genocide

Ban on entertainment and recreational activities


The Taliban's ideology has been described as an "innovative form of sharia combining Pashtun tribal codes," or Pashtunwali, with radical Deobandi interpretations of Islam favoured by JUI and its splinter groups. Also contributing to the mix was the militant Islamism and extremist jihadism of Osama bin Laden. Their ideology was a departure from the Islamism of the anti-Soviet mujahideen rulers[clarification needed] they replaced who tended to be mystical Sufis, traditionalists,or radical Islamists inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan).

According to journalist Ahmed Rashid, at least in the first years of their rule, the Taliban adopted Deobandi and Islamist anti-nationalist beliefs, and opposed "tribal and feudal structures," eliminating traditional tribal or feudal leaders from leadership roles.

The Taliban strictly enforced their ideology in major cities like Herat, Kabul, and Kandahar. But in rural areas the Taliban had little direct control, and promoted village jirgas, so it did not enforce its ideology as stringently in rural areas.

Keep in mind the Taliban, Al Qaeda/ISIS cannot not ever be trusted no matter what they say. Ever!!!!


Watch the following video as a reminder


President Trumps deal:

On 29 February 2020, the Trump administration signed a conditional peace agreement with the Taliban, which calls for the withdrawal of foreign troops in 14 months if the Taliban uphold the terms of the agreement. the taliban did uphold their end of the deal and as you saw from one of the current videos above had words for Biden and his stupidity.

As you can see that video was in 2019. However, since Biden went back on what President Trump did you now see what the Taliban will do. Right now they are giving Biden a chance to pull out. I Doubt he will.

The Taliban has no intentions of stopping regardless of a Peace Treaty. They have not stopped. Just slowed down alittle and are probably regrouping.

We have heard for some time how bad the Taliban are to their women.

Here are some articles to read.

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