Jun 02 2010

The Taliban Don’t Want Peace. If Karzai Doesn’t Get It Now, He’ll Never Get It

Published by at 11:53 am under Afghanistan,Canada,Canadian Forces

How many times do “peace” negotiations need to literally blow up in this statesman’s face before he finally gets it?

Once again, Afghan President Hamid Karzai attempts to jump-start peace talks with the Taliban.

And for the umpteenth time, the Taliban tell Karzai and the rest of the world they’re not interested in stopping the violence. And they do it in their usual way: guns blazing, mortars firing, suicide bombers bearing down on unarmed civilians.

When is Karzai going to get it? You don’t negotiate with these people. You hunt the Taliban down and kill every one of them you can find until their last shell-shocked comrades wave the white flag.

Canadians have made huge sacrifices in this country. We have the right to insist the government we’re supporting get on board with a plan for total victory. Completely contrary to what Karzai seems to think, anything less is just going to keep foreign troops in Afghanistan even longer.

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  1. Anne in sw ONon 02 Jun 2010 at 9:29 pm

    Gee, do you think (Taliban) Jack reads the news?

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