The above is NOT in the media narrative ….
It doesn’t fit….
But if one reads enough they CAN find a pattern developing….
The guys who are in charge of running Afghanistan now are NOT the guys who took to arms to take over the country try….
The new leaders lived ‘outside’ the country and flew in to assume control….
They have extensive contacts with the West, American included….
The old violence back in the day has NOT been seen that much….
The ‘elders’ are well aware that they will need to be part of the world to govern…..
They have been standing by their promise to the American President and others to let people leave their country unharmed….
The August 31st deadline that Biden wanted is fast upon us…
But the American President has cut another ‘deal’ with the Taliban to allow more people to leave….
The Taliban leadership is well aware that the country is losing talent it NEEDS to function in a coherent way in the future…
The US and other Western countries have frozen the Afghan money, which sits mostly in the West….
The American military is now helping the Taliban with a domestic terrorist problem….
One would think that this effort WILL CONTINUE….
The action by President Biden’s military is mutually beneficial….
No matter what may be happening now….
One CAN see where President Biden wants to be down the road…..
American went to war with Japan, Germany and Viet Nam….
Those countries are now America’s allies….
That should not be lost on anyone….
IF the Taliban can prove to Afghan’s around the world that their country will try to NOT be the revenge capital of the world?
One might see some those that are now taking ‘Airbridge Evacuation Flights ‘ out?
Lot’s of if’s though….
Just a look at a possible Afghan future….
The United States and 97 other countries said on Sunday that they would continue to take in people fleeing Afghanistan after the American military departs next week and had secured an agreement with the Taliban to allow safe passage for those who are leaving.
The Taliban’s chief negotiator, Sher Mohammed Abas Stanekzai, had announced on Friday that the group would not stop people from departing, no matter their nationality or whether they had worked for the United States during the 20-year war.
The joint statement released on Sunday on behalf of more than half of the world’s governments and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said that they had “received assurances from the Taliban” that people with travel documents showing they were clear to enter any of those countries could safely depart.
The countries also pledged to “continue issuing travel documentation to designated Afghans” and cited a “clear expectation of and commitment from the Taliban” of their safe passage.