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Wrong War Democrats Council Karzaï

One shouldn't consider the possibility of Democratic failure of this country as anything of less importance than WWII; especially since (in the last year) the ENEMY gained encouragement by "The Wrong War" campaign by stepping up its use of human projectiles. Now that the campaign is over, the question might be:
Will stepped up Suicide bombings be the enemy's new direction?
Today: In an effort to open the door with 'negotiations with the enemy' and propose negotiations of peace to the Taliban, Afghan president, Hamid Karzaï speaks to a crowd at the end of the most fatal year since the fall of their mode to the autumn 2001...
Karzaï's,"Just spoke to the Democrats-look"
Image: Charles Platiau
It is said that more than 4,000 people, including 170 foreign soldiers, perished in engagements last year - characterized by a big rise of the suicide bombings - the Taliban and other Islamists starting to copy the strategy of the Iraqi insurrectionists; during "The Wrong War" campaign...
(Above) The successful mission to bring down the Taliban at a ribbon cutting...And (below) the catastrophic consequence for the begin of "A new Direction for America"
After forces and rebuilding, abet 37 nations who have held extreme difficulty thwarting the militants from suicide bombings...A pledge of 600 million euros comes from the EU, for help to reinforce the Afghanistan legal system. (Said not to be questioned by US Congress.)
KARZAI EXPLAINS WHAT REALLY HAPPENED, TO
BRING U.S. TROOPS TO THE CALL FOR LIBERATION
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-Please view this wonderful story (tiny clips)
More on Afghanistan:
Karzai: Courage in the Middle East
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Children and Future of Afghanistan...
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