Over One Hundred People Killed In Triple Kabul Bombing – Including 13 US Soldiers

by David Mark

With time running out until August 31st, Biden’s self imposed deadline to finish America’s retreat from Afghanistan, three separate bombings went off in Kabul yesterday as Afghans were flocking to the Kabul international airport.

The blasts and casualties made it the single deadliest day for American forces in a decade. Making matters worse, the attack was the work of ISIS-K, making their presence in Afghanistan a reminder of the complete failure of Biden’s pullout strategy. In fact, many experts wonder whether it wasn’t the Taliban that coordinated the attack with ISIS; making the US administration’s strategy of working with the Taliban even more convoluted.

One example, is the US army’s strategy of putting Afghans that had worked with the US on a list for the Taliban to “help” with their location and safe passage.

“Basically, they just put all those Afghans on a kill list,” said one defense official, who like others spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive topic. “It’s just appalling and shocking and makes you feel unclean.”

Biden might claim the US will hunt down the terrorists, but the problem is that kind of operation requires willing partners on the ground.

With the USA running away from Afghanistan with its tail between its legs, other forces are already beginning to carve up the mineral rich country. Countries like China and Russia are already picking sides in the coming war between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance (Massoud’s Army).

With the stakes high in the mountainous country, the US is on decline, and the government that plays its cards right in Afghanistan will be set to prosper in the post American era.

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