Sunday, July 8, 2012

Hey Congress, Please do not agree to Hillary's Request!

Apostates & Infidels

Stop the Islamic Conquest

Bee's Note:  Before Congress agrees to Hillary's latest request to aid Afghanistan for years to come, please begin to educate yourselves on the purpose of Islam.  Remember the mistake of arming the Mujahedeen (Taliban) against the Russians.  Now, our State Department wishes to once again arm the Taliban against themselves (today) and against the U.S. tomorrow.  Doesn't this sound a little silly and when will we ever learn from our mistakes in not recognizing our enemies.  

Some may say aiding Afghanistan is NOT aiding the Taliban.  Really?  The Afghanistan leaders are some of the most crooked, un-trustworthy, lying, two-faced idiots in the world.  Does the U.S. honestly think that by aiding Afghanistan once our troops leave will have a "peaceful" effect on the Afghanistan people?  The people will not see a dime of this aid, but it certainly will assist the leaders in their top export of Heroin, grown from their fields of poppies and the drug world will be forever grateful.  Drugs and terrorist organizations are the two leading goods and services from Afghanistan. 

Afghanistan rules by its Islamic Sharia laws and the Taliban remain in Afghanistan, committing crimes against humanity through their so-called "courts".  Isn't this a picture of Afghanistan when we first entered the country ten years ago?  What has changed for the Afghanistan citizens?!  
"But fears are rising among Afghan women, some lawmakers and rights activists that such freedoms could be traded away as the Afghan government and the United States pursue talks with the Taliban to secure a peaceful end to the war. 
Violence against women has increased sharply in the past year, according to Afghanistan's independent human rights commission. Activists say there is waning interest in women's rights on the part of President Hamid Karzai's government.  "After 10 years (of foreign intervention), and only a few kilometres from Kabul... how could this happen in front of all these people?" female lawmaker Fawzia Koofi said of the public execution in Parwan.  "This is happening under a government that claims to have made so much progress in women's rights, claims to have changed women's lives, and this is unacceptable. It is a huge step backwards," said Koofi, a campaigner for girls' education who wants to run in the 2014 presidential election." .. Some Afghans still refer to Taliban courts for settling disputes, viewing government bodies as corrupt or unreliable. The courts use sharia (Islamic law), which prescribes punishment."  
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It is a pipe dream and unrealistic for this administration to even hint that talks with the Taliban will secure "peace" in this world, just as it is a total fantasy to think any of the 57 Islamic countries will obtain peace for its own citizens.  Open your eyes, Congress and put an end to aiding and abetting America's enemies.  The State Department can wave its magic wand and call our enemies "allies", as in the case of Hillary stating Afghanistan is America's newest ally, but that is beyond foolish thinking.  The USA needs to begin choosing its friends more carefully.
Let's go to Kuffar News for its latest report: - July 7, 10:21 PM

Obama administration to ask Congress to sustain civilian Afghan aid through 2017

We haven't the money to sustain our own civilian population, especially with the added burden of ObummerCare. We certainly do not have billions to support a society that hates us.

We need to get the troops out of Afghanistan. And we need to stop spending money on infrastructure that will belong to lunatic Muslims the minute we leave. 
Infrastructure is not the problem in Afghanistan anyway. The problem is ideology.  That must be broken down before their society can be safely built up. 

(AP) - The Obama administration will ask Congress to sustain U.S. assistance for Afghanistan near the average amount it has been over the last decade through 2017 as part of the international effort to stabilize the country even as most international forces pull out over the next two years.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton made the pledge Sunday as some 70 countries gathered in Tokyo to announce a four-year civilian assistance plan. Altogether they are promising to give $16 billion to Afghanistan through 2015.

The U.S. funds will help Afghanistan build its economy and make necessary reforms, Clinton said.
“We have to make the security gains and the transition irreversible,” Clinton told officials, including Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
She said Afghan security “cannot only be measured by the absence of war.”
“It has to be measured by whether people have jobs and economic opportunity; whether they believe the government is meeting their needs.”
Clinton said Afghanistan has made substantial progress over the last decade, but needs effective collaboration between its government, private sector, neighbors and international donors “so that this decade of transformation can produce results.”

Annual U.S. civilian assistance since 2001 has ranged from $1 billion to this year’s high of $2.3 billion. Clinton said the aid request to Congress through 2017 would be to maintain funding at or near the average level, without specifying further.