Afghanistan – While Kabul is freed, the Tālibān, welcomed with no people’s resistance, put an end to the international occupation

Pending the proclamation of the Islamic Emirate

The jihād white flag with the Kalima is waving now over the Presidential Palace. Like the Americans, former President Ashrāf Ghani fled while peoples welcome the liberators. All the Western countries governments and NATO are embarrassed by the bitter defeat. Even the UN babbles words of peace, forgetting that in 2001 it endorsed a ferocious war that lasted 20 years. Offside the international analysts and journalists prone to their respective regimes, who had labelled the Tālibān as terrorists, and today, caged in this nominalistic straitjacket, try a quick climb on the mirrors, telling us that they, the Tālibān, have changed but with the same leaders than before. Perhaps, as liberation forces, they weren’t terrorists even before. Conversely, the world has learned one thing. There is no limit to sycophancy.

by Glauco D’Agostino

Islamic World Analyzes vindicates today the stances has maintained, alone in the Western world, since its first publication. Thousands of worldwide analysts, journalists, writers showed their inconsistency in terms of competence and ethics. The honorary and academic holders, Nobel Laureates, government-funded think-tanks dominated by the State propaganda, regime activists, terminals of inefficient security services, social networks that did not notice hate spreaders, humanitarian associations that closed their eyes on Western bombings collateral damage, hired Western civilisation propagandists who consider the world its addiction, right and left-leaning ideologues ready to bow to cynical governments and architects of the disintegration of entire countries (Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, incidentally, all with a Muslim majority) try to distinguish their responsibilities from Americans’. It’s too easy. Responsibilities fall on all those who have slavishly supported such positions, starting from political and military leaderships of each occupying country.

“The Taliban are dominating now and I hope the domination is strong and for the good of the Afghan nation.” These words are from Hāmid Karzai, former President of Afghanistan in the 2001-2014 period. He belongs to the Durrānī tribe that epitomised the Afghan Monarchy between the 18th and 19th centuries, and he was notoriously linked to Moḥammad Ẓāhir Shāh, the last King of Afghanistan until 1973. His words indicate acceptance of the new situation by a man who served the Nation under the Western rule. Today he recognises the Tālibān’s victory.

The White House is totally out of control. While Biden had announced some days ago that Kabul would resist a few months, the unwary Secretary of State Antony Blinken even announced the victory over the Tālibān. The poor diplomat from New York still believes that American propaganda has some credibility in the world. The “fiesta” is over, but he does not realise it and, of course, enrages Americans, who in this unnecessary war have suffered the loss of thousands of men.

For his part, ‘Abdul Ghani Baradar [centre in the photo below], co-founder of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and former Deputy of the Emir Mullāh Moḥammed ‘Omar, said: “Now it will be shown how we can serve our nation. We can assure that our nation has a peaceful life and a better future.”

In the latest days, Afghanistan has regained greater security than in the past twenty years, it’s sure. Allegations to the Afghan military are risible and unfair. In a discharge of responsibility peculiar to the Western mind, Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of the defeated NATO, and many political and military leaders of the countries expelled from Afghan land blame the local army for not having opposed the enemy enough. Please, which Army? The fiction of an efficient local troop has only served to disguise a very mighty occupation system, whose exorbitant costs fell on the respective countries’ citizens. Today, the fault would be the inefficiency of an Armed Force that was hardly mobilised when needed. And then, the occupying militaries have been training it (at least on paper and for the benefit of fake budgets) for 20 years. This argument is valid after a few weeks, not after 20 years and over 170,000 deaths.

These victims impose a claim for war reparations that the defeated countries should grant, at least out of a sense of honour. Instead, there are still fears that the country could open up to terrorism and oppression of its people. Speaking about human rights, women wearing burkha don’t seem to have disappeared; and if you want to know how many teenage girls can read after 20 years of Western presence, please, read the statistics the Associated Press just published: 37%. Thank you, West, for a war that the elected bodies of the United States had not even voted.

Perhaps, the blame game of these hours can bring out several things that neither analysts nor the committed press has ever touched. Sure, the scandal of opium cultivation for the production of narcotic substances, which has grown dramatically during the international occupation, will never come to light. In other words, from the producer to the consumer with no intermediaries, with no risks, and with safe protection. For this reason, the blame game goes so far as to emphasise today that, after all, the international forces controlled the cities but not the territory. One of the two: if they did not control the territory, the international missions were similar to a dance party; if they controlled it (as the administrative maps bestowed to prove the efficiency of the occupying troops indicate), some questions arise: who did cultivate opium? And, above all, how was it exported? But I don’t think there will ever be a UN independent commission of inquiry to investigate this. It would be dangerous fundamentalism.

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