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, one former boss of them was Dick Cheney, has to be protected and some people say, the opium-logistics for US-America too. Nobody helps the development of the country, but the business of oil-proliferation for US-interests. Afghanistan politicians are completely corrupt and protected by foreign governments, like elsewhere in the world. String-Puppets of big business worldwide.

Tell us some facts about the opium trade. Is it connected to the US motivation for overthrowing the Taliban? --Ed Poor 16:40, 23 May 2007 (EDT)

We're looking for a few good Conservative editors to add Canadian, French, Dutch contributions to the Afgan article.--Jpatt 12:29, 31 August 2009 (EDT)


As the US has the best technology to watch and supervise the whole country from the space and to eliminate any possible terrorist threat, why do the American soldiers have to die in a foreign country? (same case for Iraq). --Joaquín Martínez 11:29, 6 October 2009 (EDT)

that's a very good question and is now being debated. We have been in Afghanistan 8 years already, and have not been able to establish a stable, legitimate government, which is a big problem. As for Iraq, there is an exit timetable in progress (set up by Pres Bush). RJJensen 11:33, 6 October 2009 (EDT)
The US could show the world how big it is developing his already excellent technology to control a risky country without loosing a single man. --Joaquín Martínez 11:37, 6 October 2009 (EDT)


Rumor is Baradari, No.2 in command, was killed. RobSFree Kyle! 02:02, September 15, 2021 (EDT)

Sexual abuse

Why is a section about sexual abuse during the US occupation added now after the withdrawal of US forces? Is this an argument to bring back US forces again, being that certain Conservapedia essays argue for the "rules based order" and Americas continuing role as the world's policeman? RobSZelensky didn't kill himself 18:23, December 17, 2023 (EST)