Karzai: Afghan War was Conspiracy


karzaiAs he is ushered out after a recent election, Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai told the Atlantic that he is a pacifist and the long-running war in Afghanistan should never have happened. “…I didn’t see a war in Afghanistan we should have fought, I saw a conspiracy. And my effort was to repel the conspiracy in which the Afghan blood was shed,” he said.

He also noted the Western powers were looking for a puppet leader. They “wanted me weak, and in conflict with the rest of the leadership of this country,” and “wanted an isolated president, a president they could use.” Read more at The Atlantic.

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  1. He is very intelligent, but he has no common value for human interest for better reputation. Overall, we had a voice of liberty that was destroyed for human hate and discovery of intolerant pain. It was a good operation in terms of good replacement of hate for the choice of bad reputation versus arms of better requirement for time. The Afghani hope is education and America has brought that faster than other hopes in the Afghani past. So its not exactly heaven sent to see the Afghans suffer, but the reality is that the Taliban was going to create hate and death for an enterprise of hate and death. So that can be a trust to be removed from under the Sun.