Afghanistan & The Taliban; Still Well Hidden By BushCo Smoke And Mirrors
Remember the terrible Taliban?
Where George W. Bush declared victory a while back - before buggering of and leaving the Brits, NATO and Co to clear up the crap he left behind him?
Remember Osama bin Laden, the Saudi Arabian suiciders, the mass 9/11 murderers, the ( 2,100 plus innocent American and 600 odd other nationals), twin-tower-tragedy victims and all that?
What a pity the pathetic prick of a counterfeit cowboy from Crawford calling his crooked self a Commander in Chief can't -- or wont.
No matter -- maybe we can jog his memory just a bit by saying this.
Right now, in all probability the Taliban are pissing their big baggy pants with laughter at the news that thousands more US troops are set to be shipped off to Iraq to try to clear up even more BushCo manufactured shit -- since it means none of them are headed their way -- and, that their enemy is becoming even more over stretched with each passing day.
As a matter of fact, this tanned & turbaned bunch of big-time USSR beaters have just taken the time & trouble to remind BushCo -- themselves.
Yep, really, they have.
The barefaced, brazen band of buggers have very recently telephoned Reuters to tell them what their new year resolution for 2007 is -- and it's not nice.
Take a look at this tasty tid-bit to get a gist of what we're talking about.
The Taliban will step up attacks on foreign troops in Afghanistan this year and kill anyone who negotiates with the government, a senior Taliban commander has said.
Then get a good gander at this.
Taliban fighters staged a surprise comeback last year with the bloodiest violence since US-led troops forced them from power in 2001.
More than 4,000 people were killed on both sides in 2006, including nearly 170 foreign troops.
And lookee here.
And there's more.
Dadullah told Reuters by satellite telephone: "Guerrilla attacks on Nato, American and coalition forces will continue and increase this year.
The Taliban will inflict heavy casualties on them."
Read all about it at Al-Jazeera-English.
"They will soon come to know about the Taliban's strength and war strategy.
We will attack with such a force they will have no time to settle."