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Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan: American Colonialist Agenda

April 19, 2010

[Blogmaster note: The numerical ranking in the following article was out of sequence after point 3. I updated the numbers, but the text items remain in the original order.]

The following comment is from the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (Taliban). Reprinted with permission.

American Colonialist Agenda
Source:  Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
April 19, 2010  05:22

The current war in Afghanistan is in all its shapes and manifestations a liberation struggle by indigenous people against foreign invaders and their internal surrogates. The Afghans have proved their mettle as a free and independent people throughout their history by never bowing to foreign aggressions. Though America paints this war as a fight against terrorism but in fact it is a colonialist slogan by Washington, aimed at extending its own tentacle over Asia and, by extension, all over the world. In 1992, when the former Afghan president Najibulla’s regime fell, the Americans embarked on a colonialist policy, indirectly encouraging domestic war in Afghanistan. On the one hand, they stopped the annual assistance to the Afghans in the shape of humanitarian relief and weapons to the tune of $600 million which they used to give to the Afghan Mujahideen and refugees, but on the other hand they insisted on inclusion of the remains of the former communists of Halq and Parcham in the new dispensation. They called it a broad-based set-up. Washington also did not insist on dissolution of some notorious militia groups of the Najibulla regime like Dostum militia, General Momin, Babajan and Naderi militias. These militias had key roles in turning Afghanistan into a bloodbath and perpetrating atrocities, killing and looting innocent people and committing crimes that were unprecedented in the Afghan history. They should have helped to bring these criminals to justice but instead of supporting a clean, independent, efficient government in Kabul, Washington indirectly ignited the flames of war. Pentagon strategists wanted to discredit the Mujahideen, weaken their manpower as a result of a war of attrition and get rid of the weapons that had amassed from the previous years. They began to call Mujahideen as warlords while previously they preferred to call them as freedom fighters. They provoked some unscrupulous elements inside the former Mujahideen groups to commit some heinous crimes against their own people because Washington believed it would end people’s enchantment with an Islamic government in Afghanistan. In 1994, the Taliban Islamic Movement emerged to foil the American conspiracy and establish an Islamic government in the country. But Washington tended from day one to oppose the young Islamic government, until in October 2001 when America attacked Afghanistan under the spurious pretext of fighting terrorism.

Now we are in the ninth year of the war. Washington is still repeating the same hackneyed clichés of fighting terrorism, though it has lost its initial splendor. Throughout this period, Americans committed the worst kind of human rights violations in Bagram, Kandahar and Abu Gharib jails. They have tortured and killed many innocent prisoners in various secret cells of interrogations inside their military bases in Afghanistan which are run by CIA and special operation forces, bulldozing the dead bodies under the ground.

Now after almost one decade, many observers in the world have come round to believe that the American war in Afghanistan is not aimed at fighting terrorism as they claim but rather they want to:

1.  Use Afghanistan as an outpost to destabilize and carry out a regime change in the neighboring countries.

2.  To control Central Asian natural resources by bringing to power pro-western elements in these countries of the former Soviet republics.

3.  To change the regime in Iran by supporting anti-government forces in Iran, financially politically and militarily. To spark off racial and sectarian violence in that country.

4.  To disintegrate and destabilize Pakistan.

5.  To pave the way and ignite vast demonstrations in China through Faulong [Falun Gong] movement to destabilize that country; to monitor China’s internal politics and military arsenal by installing electronic equipment in Minhas base in Kyrgyzstan and in Marja Helmand province, Afghanistan to monitor Iran’s nuclear program.

6.  To make alliance with the so-called big democracy i.e. India against China and Pakistan. America has already given green signal to New Delhi to ramp up its activities in Baluchistan by working closely with Baluchistan Liberation Army.

7.  To create utopian fear among the establishment echelon in Islamabad by launching the Talibanization propaganda, encouraging them to support the so-called war on terror. However, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has made it clear time and against that it will not interfere in the internal affairs of any country and believes in the peaceful co-existence of countries with different social systems. Until and unless Washington achieves those goals, it will always say it is not the right time to withdraw from Afghanistan peacefully or seek peace talks with Taliban. Future developments will unravel this.


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