Trump’s Taliban invite is one of the most shameful moments of his presidency

Uber A.Shah
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  • SAP dwEC83
    and you still read the washington post? this is no journalism. one can tell after reading the first paragraph
    Sep 11 5
    • Target / Cust. Srv. tmDe33
      What are some of the unbiased media sources that you consume?
      Sep 11
    • Bose
      haITried

      Bose

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      haITriedmore
      Probably altrighthnews.com and welovedonaldsduck.com
      Sep 11
    • SAP dwEC83
      there is no more unbiased media. thats why i laugh when people cite any of them as a source of truth
      Sep 11
    • SAP dwEC83
      @bose u sound like one of those intelligent liberals btw, good job
      Sep 11
    • Target / Cust. Srv. tmDe33
      Ok, what are some of the sources that you trust are telling you the truth?
      Sep 11
  • Bose
    haITried

    Bose

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    haITriedmore
    No place for taliban , fuck them
    Sep 11 0
  • Uber j89
    Neither, but the fact is that unless we want to be in Afghanistan forever, we must talk to the Taliban. Keep in mind that 1. 9/11 was the act of Al Queda not the Taliban 2. Nobody has been able to conquer Afghanistan largely because of the nature of the tribal armies like those that the Taliban is rooted in. If we want to wind down the war in Afghanistan we have to be looking to make a more moderate Taliban rather than continuing our current policy of trying to annihilate them.
    Sep 11 0
  • Amazon / Eng
    zharguy

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    zharguymore
    Why don't we just glass the entire middle east/south asia?

    - half the people on blind probably
    Sep 11 10
    • Microsoft TrumpWins
      You can start with the BDS supporters in The Squad
      Sep 11
    • Target / Cust. Srv. tmDe33
      That's a serious claim that US congresspeople support Hamas. Do you have a quote from any of them that verifies this?
      Sep 11
    • SAP ku6s2g
      it is pretty obvious based on their behavior. why u need quote?
      Sep 23
    • Target / Cust. Srv. tmDe33
      What behavior of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez proves she supports the terrorist organization Hamas? Link please.
      Sep 23
    • SAP ku6s2g
      not her. but the other 2 fellas.
      Sep 24
  • Uber hUmh32
    The Taliban is still alive and kicking because it has genuine support among Afghans. The Taliban is rooted in Afghan society regardless of whether we agree with all of their views. What right do foreigners have to kill them for their politics or identity? Isn’t that political persecution? Imagine if day China decided to invade the US to kill or capture racists and “help” non-racist Americans and after 18years the debate was about whether it was shameful to negotiate with those racists?

    Also, people should consider the Taliban’s perspective. Even though it did not carry out 9/11,America invaded them, killed and imprisoned many, and slandered them for decades. Should they also reject peace with America until the American government is toppled, America becomes a peaceful nation, the perpetrators of the invasion of Afghanistan are brought to justice? How would a Talib who has been jailed by the Americans feel? Would he associate Americans with freedom? Is freedom equal to jail? Is democracy equal to being killed and hinted for belonging to the Taliban political movement? Is it wrong to resist foreign invasion?
    Sep 21 3
    • SAP ku6s2g
      china will more likely capture the non-racists!

      thats new that taliban isnt behind 911. man you know your facts!
      Sep 23
    • Uber hUmh32
      Al Qaida carried out 9/11 in secrecy (which is expected for such an operation). Taliban did not allow or condone Al Qaida to do that. When the US demanded that Taliban hand over bin Laden, it didn’t have sufficient evidence, so Taliban had no obligation to hand him over. Oh and Yaliban Afghanistan has no extradition treaty with the US at the time. As bad as 9/11 was, the it does not justify attacking innocent bystanders. The argument that attacking the Taliban is ok because they were sheltering Al Qaida is the same as bin Laden’s argument that killing American civilians is ok because they voted for their government whose policies are hurting people in the Middle East.
      Sep 23
    • SAP ku6s2g
      we are not targeting civilians. they are sadly collateral damage. that is the difference btw a war and an act of terrorism.

      omar is that you?
      Sep 24
  • Amazon qw6fe$
    High time now to eliminate Taliban once and for all.
    Sep 11 2
    • Microsoft hman
      Oh, NOW it's time, lol. No time for 18 years, bit now it's time. Many tried, and it's time for the US to flee that place.
      Sep 11
    • Target / Cust. Srv. tmDe33
      Unm yeah because neoconservatives did such a great job the first time
      Sep 11
  • Microsoft jxu2uh
    Almost every thing he does is shameful. What's new?
    Sep 12 0
  • Amazon / Eng
    yrtB17

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    Don't care...Why does this matter? No virtue signaling please
    Sep 11 0
  • Amazon jtGV66
    Yeah, fuck peace let’s just have war forever ....
    Sep 11 0

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