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What future Afghanistan?


3 Responses to “What future Afghanistan?”


  1. 1 Idris Dangalan
    January 28, 2010 at 13:38

    A country of peace and unity, if Afghan leaders respect their people’s human-right by allowing to support right things and against anything not agreed with. Make Afghans government by the people and for the people and boost economy because is the major factor that may clean their mind because it was covered with fighting and suicide. Zero-Corruption, leaders should led by example I mean do right things for others to follow. Allow vote and voting system to be fair. Job-creation ,make it for all irrespective of tribe, religion and gender. Lastly i want use this opportinuty to advice Kabul leaders the future it is at their hands but remember it is very fragile condition.

  2. 2 Jaime Saldarriaga
    January 28, 2010 at 21:13

    No country should unilaterally send troops to Afghanistan. Only UN troops should be allowed if Afghanistan is making a formal request of them and the number of troops should be negotiated with UN.

  3. January 30, 2010 at 22:32

    It’s a great shame that America sided with the Islamists to get Russia out of Afghanistan. America did this out of their neurotic and irrational fear of communism. I’m not pro-communism, but in Afghanistan under Russian rule the country was making some positive progress. Prior to the American insurgency Afghanistan was making progress towards the 20th C. Since the Russians have left the country under it is now under the chaotic and corrupt rule of an American approved dictator. This country does not have a democracy however widely defined the concept is and no matter how loud those who have wrecked this country wish tus to believe in such deception. It has regressed into tribal pre-medieval values based on the deepest form of sadistic patriarchy. This is the most dangerous place on earth for a woman and female child to try to survive. I really don’t know where its goes from here? I am at a loss at the moral emptiness that this country is now in.


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