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Thread How utterly depraved is the American ? THIS depraved. just ended the war in Afghanistan, and it wasn't covered.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
The American who signed is Zalmay Khalilzad, easily the greatest diplomat in our history. supports the deal, because as he says, it's something that costs us nothing to try.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
Since Trump took office, the Afghans have been doing most of the fighting. We've accelerated the training and arming of the Afghan forces, so they're now able to stand on their own. Trump applied ECONOMIC PRESSURE to bring this about.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
You hear a lot about the "professional diplomatic corps." WHAT HAVE THEY ACCOMPLISHED? We were always given a false choice: Diplomacy or war. Trump--as always--found a third way.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
"Do whatever you want, but don't expect us to trade with you or prop up your economy if you're helping our enemies." I've actually heard "diplomats" COMPLAIN About this approach, which proves that they didn't actually want to solve problems.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
Zalmay Khalilzad is the man who the Saudis invited to Riyadh in order to admit to him that they had supported terrorism. This kind of admission is unprecedented in the Middle East, because it causes loss of face. But the Saudis TOOK that loss of face.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
As Khalilzad said, they came clean. Keep in mind that the ones who supported terrorism are NOT the ones in charge today. Therefore this was an even HARDER admission to make. The Saudis could easily have swept it under the carpet.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
REAL diplomacy is almost impossible. You can't allow the other side to take advantage of you, but you also can't put the other side in a corner. Zalmay Khalilzad is a genius. He's always able to make the seemingly impossible deals. Everyone trusts him.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
As a result, everyone trusts Trump. Sudan overthrew the dictator Omar al-Bashir, and when things seemed ready to spiral out of control, all sides asked for help from Trump. We sent Donald Booth, and a deal was reached in record time.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
Over and over and over, we see that the OLD ways were the FUTILE ways. Politicians and diplomats have been almost entirely destructive for the past century. The exceptions are Trump and Zalmay Khalilzad. And Mike Pompeo is our best Secretary of State.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
We go back to rigidity of thought. Rigidity = failure. AND. The press is carrying out its final banzai charge on Trump. Every story about the COVID-19 coronavirus is fake.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
The accusation that the CDC refused to check a patient turns out to be false.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
"A top official with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control on Friday challenged Sacramento medical officials who implied they were forced to wait several days before federal authorities tested a symptomatic patient for the coronavirus."
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
This is a war. The is the enemy of the United States. It may as well be the Waffen SS during World War II. Did you ever see Saving Private Ryan and the movie Fury?
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
In both those videos, the only people committing war crimes were AMERICANS. The Waffen SS were all handsome and humane, sparing lives because they were chivalrous knights. Americans were presented as vindictive pigs.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
The press sees us as vindictive pigs, while THEY are the handsome, chivalrous knights of the Waffen SS. My only wish is that these people had met the REAL Waffen SS. There are monsters, and then there are the Waffen SS.
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Carlos Osweda Feb 29
Well, the phone is ringing off the hook, so I have to stop. Later. END
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