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Biden Laughed At Suggestion The US Is Accountable For Civilian Casualties In 2010

The withdrawal of the US military from Afghanistan was without a doubt a disaster for the Biden government and its allies, who have handed countless women and children over to their conquering Taliban overlords who wanted to quickly take over the cities of the fallen nation, including the capital Kabul On Sunday.

A newly emerged report from The Atlantic earlier this year reveals what President Joe Biden said in 2010 about the abandonment of women and children in Afghanistan after a hypothetical withdrawal.
When asked about the United States' obligations to Afghans, such as a young girl attending school in Kabul - a prohibited activity under Taliban rule that specifically forbids women and girls from receiving an education - the then said Vice President Biden: "F *** that."

In December 2001, after the United States toppled the Taliban in Afghanistan, President George W. Bush asked Biden, who was then a US Senator, to work out a proposal that would enable American forces to capture the hearts and minds of the United States Muslims attract youth in Afghanistan.

According to reports, Biden was visiting Kabul and met a young Afghan girl who told him, “You cannot go. You will not refuse me to learn to read. I will read and I will be a doctor like my mother. America has to stay, "she told the New Yorker reports in 2004.

"I promise I'll come back, ”Biden told her. "You can't go," the girl insisted. “You will not refuse me to learn to read. I will read and I will be a doctor like my mother. I shall. America has to stay. ”As Biden said in a recent interview, the Afghan girl told him,“ Don't fuck me, Jack. You brought me in here. You said you would help me You better not leave me now. "

The Atlantic report states:

When Biden became Vice President in 2009, the disastrous war in Iraq, the endemic corruption of the Afghan government and the return of the Taliban had made him deeply skeptical about American involvement. He became the Obama administration's strongest voice to get out of Afghanistan.

In 2010, he told Richard Holbrooke, Obama's special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, that the US must leave Afghanistan regardless of the consequences for women or others. According to Holbrooke's diary, when Biden asked about American commitments to Afghans like the girl at Kabul School, with a history lesson on the US ultimate withdrawal from Southeast Asia in 1973, Biden replied, “Fuck it, what not to worry about that. We did it in Vietnam, Nixon and Kissinger got away with it. "

As noted by the Daily Mail, Holbrooke was the Obama administration's special advisor on Afghanistan and Pakistan in 2009 and a key adviser to US foreign policy in those countries until his death in December 2010, when he died.
Biden's remarks on Monday, boasting that "the money stops with me" on the issue of the Afghanistan withdrawal, seemed to reinforce Biden's longstanding stance on Afghanistan and channeling Holbrooke, who "got away with it," as outlined in context von his earlier remarks praised Nixon and Kissinger's ability to cleverly ignore the plight of those left behind in the ruins of their failed military interventionism and US expeditionary participation in foreign conflicts.

In his speech on Monday, Biden stated, “The truth is, this has happened faster than we expected. So what happened The political leaders of Afghanistan gave up and fled the country. The Afghan military collapsed, sometimes without fighting. ... I am the President of the United States of America. And the money stops with me. "
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