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7-Sep-21 World View -- Taliban declares total victory in Afghanistan

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7-Sep-21 World View -- Taliban declares total victory in Afghanistan

Did Joe Biden intentionally sabotage the Afghanistan evacuation?

by John J. Xenakis

This morning's key headlines from

Taliban declares total victory in Afghanistan

Women's demonstration in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, on 6-Sept (Reuters)
Women's demonstration in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, on 6-Sept (Reuters)

The Taliban have announced that they're in total control of Afghanistan, now that they've won the last battle, the clash in Panjshir Valley. It's not clear that this is true. The Taliban have cut off electricity and communications to the Panjshir Valley, so it's impossible to read what's going on. I'll discuss the Panjshir Valley below.

Separately, there's already a potential hostage crisis in progress, with the Taliban preventing Americans from leaving Mazar-i-Sharif airport. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is negotiating with the Taliban to obtain safe passage. But as of this writing, the situation is unclear.

The situation in Afghanistan is extremely complex. It's very hard to provide a politically balanced exposition, since the evacuation was clearly a disaster. Even many Democrats agree. I'm going to quote from different, sometimes conflicting media sources, in order to sort the issues out.

Afghanistan view: Biden administration and mainstream media

The view held by president Joe Biden, the Democrats, the administration and by the left-wing mainstream media (CNN, MSNBC, CBS news, etc.) is that the Afghanistan problem has now ended, and that it's time to move on.

Biden says that the evacuation ws an "extraordinary success." He says that he was handed an existing agreement that the Taliban had made with former president Donald Trump, and that he had to implement it as best as he could. He admits that only 90% of the Americans and Afghan allies had been evacuated, leaving 10% behind, but he says that any large historical evacuation has always been chaotic and had always left people behind.

The Biden administration has been downplaying the problem. They insist that only 100 or 200 Americans are left behind, and many of those have families in Afghanistan and didn't want to leave.

In fact, the mainstream media are cooperating with the desire of the administration to turn the page. MSNBC and CNN sometimes aggressively covered the Afghan evacuation prior to 30-Aug, but since then, coverage on those channels has fallen off a cliff, and typically the Afghan was is never even mentioned.

The Biden administration now wants to turn the page back to the $1.3 trillion infrastructure bill that has passed in the Senate, but is being held up in the house, and the $3.5 trillion "human infrastructure" bill, which is an ill-defined collection of spending on Democrat cronies, including labor unions, teachers unions, debt-ridden Democrat states, and social services organizations.

Afghanistan view: Republicans, Conservatives and Fox News

The decision to "end the war" is overwhelmingly popular, but many people believe that the evacuation was botched and America was defeated, betrayed and forced to surrender. In particular, Bagram airbase should not have been closed as the first act of the evacuation. The result was that billions of dollars in advanced American weapons have been left behind, as have hundreds, thousands, or tens of thousands (depending on the report) of Americans and Afghan allies have been left behind. Republicans say that people should have been evacuated first, then weapons, and then Bagram could be closed.

Republicans refer to a newly leaked transcript of a phone call between Joe Biden and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on July 23, when Biden said, "And there is a need, whether it is true or not, there is a need to project a different picture." Soon after, Ghani fled the country.

Many Republicans -- and many Democrats, especially veterans -- say that Biden not only botched the evacuation but has betrayed America and the veterans who fought in that war for 20 years, by letting the Taliban take over as if we were back in 2001.

The Republicans point out that Biden's approval rating has crashed from 60% a few months ago to 43% now.

A particularly bitter complaint is the number of Americans and Afghan allies that have been left behind, and mostly ignored, and by the repeated Administration lies about the number of these. As recently as August 19 Biden said in an interview, "If there are American citizens left, we're gonna stay till we get them all out." He said the same was true of Afghan allies. It's believed that Biden never had any intention of fulfilling this promise, since he wants to make a grand "Mission Accomplished!" speech on 11-Sep-2021.

A separate issue for conservatives is that Afghan refugees are coming into the country without being properly vetted. This subject will be debated in the coming weeks.

Afghanistan view: The British, European and BBC view

The BBC receives a great deal of funding from NPR, so it normally just repeats the same Democrat talking points as CNN and MSNBC.

However, this situation is different, because the British and Europeans also feel completely betrayed. In fact, the mission in Afghanistan was actually a NATO mission, and Biden made a unilateral decision without even consulting NATO or any European leaders. So neither NATO nor the individual countries had time to evacuate their own troops or their citizens.

The result was that countries like Britain, France, Italy and Germany each left behind a thousand or more citizens. The future of Nato itself is in doubt.

Once Kabul fell to the Taliban, and Biden blamed it on the Afghan government, criticism from Europe was sharp.

Tom Tugendhat, Tory chair of foreign affairs committee said:

"To see their commander-in-chief [the US president, Joe Biden] call into question the courage of men I fought with – to claim that they ran – is shameful. Those who have not fought for the colours they fly should be careful about criticising those who have.

I leave the house with one image. In the year that I was privileged to be the adviser to the governor of Helmand, we opened girls’ schools. The joy it gave parents to see their little girls going to school was extraordinary ...

The second image is one that the forever war that has just reignited could lead to. It is the image of a man whose name I never knew, carrying a child who had died hours earlier into our firebase and begging for help. There was nothing we could do. It was over. That is what defeat looks like; it is when you no longer have the choice of how to help. This does not need to be defeat, but at the moment it damn well feels like it."

Labor MP Dan Jarvis said the following:

"Many of us who served in Afghanistan have a deep bond of affection for the Afghan people, and I had the honour of serving alongside them in Helmand. We trained together, fought together and, in some cases, died together. They were our brothers in arms. I shudder to think where those men are now. Many will be dead, and I know others now consider themselves to be dead men walking. Where were we in their hour of need? We were nowhere. That is shameful, and it will have a very long-lasting impact on Britain’s reputation right around the world."

Norbert Röttgen, chairman of the German parliament’s foreign relations committee and a senior member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, said:

"I say this with a heavy heart and with horror over what is happening, but the early withdrawal was a serious and far-reaching miscalculation by the current administration. This does fundamental damage to the political and moral credibility of the West."

A number of European politicians are discussing the creation of a European Rapid Reaction Force.

The UK and the EU have said that when the Taliban announce their new government, there will be "operational engagement" with the new government, but they will not recognize it until it's "stable."

They are particularly concerned that girls and women "will be erased from life." The BBC already reports stories of rape, forced marriages.

Afghanistan view: Qatar and Al-Jazeera

As a Muslim country, Qatar is much more sympathetic to the Taliban than the West is.

Al-Jazeera has a very different view of the Afghanistan problem: refugees.

Al-Jazeera is headquartered in Doha, Qatar's capital city, and is funded by Qatar's monarchy.

Qatar has friendly relations with the Taliban, and Qatar also has friendly relations with the United States and the West. Qatar hosts a major American naval base. So I understand that al-Jazeera Arabic has been cheering for the Taliban. Of course, I watch al-Jazeera English, which is much more guarded.

Qatar is playing a pivotal role in Afghanistan's relationship with the United States. The thousands of Americans and Afghans that were evacuated from Afghanistan were first transited through Doha, before going on to other destinations. Qatar's government cooperated by providing hotel rooms and the essentials of food and medical treatment. The housing planned for the 2022 FIFA World Cup (soccer) contests next year is being used.

Since 30-Aug, the Qataris have taken on another important role. With the Americans gone, Kabul's airport was no longer operational for commercial use. The Qataris and the Turks are sending technicians to Kabul to make the airport operational. I understand that there's a dispute about who will operate the airport, once it's operational.

Al-Jazeera has been reporting heavily on the refugee issue.

Potential flood of refugees into Central Asia and Europe

The issue that may be very explosive in 2022 is a potential flood of hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees. The size of this flood will depend on the depth of the growing humanitarian disaster and the growing violence by the Taliban against people in the Tajik, Hazara and Uzbek ethnic groups that formed the backbone of the Northern Alliance that fought against the Taliban in the 1990s civil war.

Europeans still have sharp memories of the millions of refugees that flooded into Europe in 2015 and 2016. Those were mostly Syrian refugees, but a large percentage were Afghans. Now many Afghan refugees are once again crossing borders, hoping to find a better life in the European Union.

The flood of refugees was only slowed in 2016 when the EU reached an agreement to pay Turkey a great deal of money to host millions of refugees.

The EU is looking for ways to prevent a new refugee crisis. Greece is strengthening its border wall with Turkey. EU negotiators are desperately trying to reach agreements to pay other countries to host a potential flood of Afghan refugees. Turkey has already said it wants no more refugees. Central Asian countries -- Tajikistan, Uzbekistan -- are closing their borders and, so far, are rebuffing EU offers to pay for housing of refugees.

According to the United Nations, Afghanistan is facing a looming humanitarian disaster. Even before the evacuation, Afghanistan's economy was in severe trouble, with a severe drought going on, but now the economy and the currency are collapsing. In addition, the entire health system is near collapse. According to a United Nations spokesman, "One in three Afghans do not know where their next meal will come from. Nearly half of all children under the age of 5 are predicted to be acutely malnourished in the next 12 months."

The United Nations has warned that up to half a million Afghans could flee the country by the end of the year and has called on neighbouring countries to keep their borders open. The current crisis comes on top of the 2.2 million Afghan refugees already in neighboring countries and 3.5 million people forced to flee their homes within Afghanistan's borders.

The UN says that more than 600,000 Afghans were displaced this year, 80% of which are women and children. But with the growing humanitarian crisis, it's possible that millions more will become refugees in the next year.

Other countries are helping out. Uganda, Mexico, Colombia and Rwanda are temporarily hosting Afghan refugees.

Belarus, arguably the worst country in Europe, is weaponizing refugees. They're inviting refugees into the country, and then transporting them across the border into Poland.

Pakistan and refugees fleeing Afghan Taliban

Pakistan's government has denied years of accusations that it was funding the Afghan Taliban. However, the accusations have really been directed at Pakistan's extremely powerful intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, which is known to fund terrorist organizations in Afghanistan and India, and to have protected Osama bin Laden when he was hiding out in Pakistan.

Pakistan was formerly part of the British empire, and so the people in the government, the agencies, and the élite almost always speak English. Among rural citizens, Punjabi and Sinhi are most widely spoken. In Afghanistan, most people speak Dari (Afghan variant of Persian), while the majority Pashtun ethnic group speak Pashto. So there is no particular advantage to other ethnic groups besides the Pashtuns to flee to Pakistan.

Nonetheless, Pakistan is the first country of choice for many displaced Pakistanis, especially Pashtuns. However, Pakistan has closed its borders with Afghanistan because it already hosts three million Afghan refugees and refuses to take more because of its own ravaged economy.

In 2020, Pakistan and Iran saw the highest numbers of Afghanistan's refugees and asylum seekers. Almost 1.5 million fled to Pakistan in 2020, while Iran hosted 780,000, according to UNHCR figures.

Furthermore, Pakistan has its own Pakistan Taliban (Tehrik-e-Taliban or TTP), different than the Afghan Taliban, that has conducted numerous violent terrorist attacks in Pakistan. The TTP has been opposed to the Afghan government for the last 20 years, but with the return of the Taliban government, the TTP is pledging allegiance to the Afghan Taliban.

According to analyst Walid Phares, the combined Afghan Taliban and TTP would like would like to take over all of Pakistan. Among other things, this would give them control of nuclear weapons.

Pakistan's government has expressed concerns that some TTP terrorists were let out of jail by the Taliban.

Battle of Panjshir Valley

The Taliban leadership promised that once the American forces were withdrawn, the Taliban would stop fighting and would govern peacefully. Nobody seriously believes any Taliban promises, but this one was broken instantly. As soon as the last American left, Taliban forces moved hundreds of fighters to subdue the Panjshir Valley.

Panjshir Valley has an almost mythical quality. When the Soviet Union invaded in the 1980s, and when the Taliban attacked during the 1990s, the Panjshir Valley was not conquered. The people of Panjshir Valley are Tajiks. The valley itself is surrounded by high mountains, and there is only one road used as an entrance and one road used as an exit. The Soviets attacked from the air, but were defeated when their helicopters were shot down with missiles. In the 1990s, the Taliban were defeated by blockading the entrance and exit roads. The Panjshir Valley was supported by the Americans against the Soviets, and by Central Asians against the Pashtuns.

In the 1990s, Panjshir Valley was the stronghold of the Northern Alliance, fighting the Taliban. Today, it's the stronghold of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF), once again fighting against the Taliban.

There have been heavy clashes during the last week between the Taliban and the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF) in Panjshir Valley, with both sides claiming to have the upper hand.

This time, the Taliban have several advantages that they didn't have during the 1990s. First, they have a huge multi-billion stash of advanced weaponry that the Americans left behind, and those weapons are being used to attack the NRF. Second, the NRF does not have any foreign support, as it did in the past.

The Taliban have already cut off electricity and all communications to the valley. If the the clashes continue, they can impose a full siege, depriving the value of food and fuel, crippling their ability to fight.

The Taliban, Haqqani Network, Al-Qaeda and ISIS-K

Joe Biden said at once point that America had no further interest in Afghanistan because al-Qaeda was gone. This claim was considered by almost everyone to be outrageous. It's hard to guess whether that was a lie, or because he had no idea, but no one ever seriously believed that al-Qaeda was gone.

Biden's remark was particularly shocking in retrospect, after ISIS-K caused a massive explosion at Kabul airport, killing 13 American forces and hundreds of Afghans.

Al-Qaeda is deeply embedded in the Taliban and the Haqqani network, which has historical ties to Pakistan’s powerful Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency, though Pakistan denies that.

The fear now is that Afghanistan next year will become a cauldron of international terrorism. The international jihadists networks are thrilled and excited that the Taliban have humiliated and defeated the Great Satan, the United States. There have already been reports of jihadists from Syria and northern Africa going to Afghanistan to join up with other jihadists and to receive training. This had led a number of people to conclude that it will be necessary for American forces to re-enter Afghanistan, possibly next year.

Is this the end of the war in Afghanistan?

When Saigon was evacuated in 1975, it was claimed that the Vietnam War "was over," something that continues to be believed today, even though nothing can be further from the truth, as I described in my book "Vietnam, Buddhism, and the Vietnam War," published earlier this year.

Once Saigon fell to the Communists, the war was completely over for most Americans. But that wasn't true for the Vietnamese people. They knew what was going to happen because they'd seen it all before, especially in 1954 when the evacuation of French forces led to massacres of Catholics and other "pro-French" civilians in North Vietnam, forcing almost a million of them to flee to South Vietnam. Now that the North Vietnamese Communists were going to take over Saigon, they knew that they would probably have to flee again.

The new Communist government in Saigon acted in a very brutal way, using policies that they had learned from Communist China. There were harsh "re-education programs," as there are still in Communist China today. The peasants had their land taken from them and collectivized into state farms, as in China's disastrous Great Leap Forward, with similar results.

North Vietnam sent administrators to Saigon to establish a new regime. Officials in the defeated government were killed, and hundreds of thousands of people were sent to concentration camps, ostensibly to re-educate them to live in a socialist society. A system of registering the population was instituted to ensure that those whose families had supported the Second Republic were penalized by denial of employment, education, and food rations.

There was a massive exodus of refugees, and they became known as the "Vietnamese Boat People." Experts estimate that up to 1.5 million refugees escaped but a high estimate of 10 percent died from drowning, piracy, dehydration, or otherwise never made landfall.

The point of remembering that history of "the end of the Vietnam War" is that the Vietnam War was not over in 1975, and the Afghanistan war is not over today.

Afghanistan's last generational crisis war was an extremely bloody, horrific civil war, in 1991-96. The war was a civil war, fought between the Pashtuns in southern Afghanistan versus the Northern Alliance of Tajiks, Hazaras and Uzbeks in northern Afghanistan.

As I've written many times before, the ethnic groups in Afghanistan are COMPLETELY NON-UNITED and loathe each other. Pashtuns still have scores to settle with the Tajiks, Hazaras and Uzbeks that formed the Northern Alliance, especially the Shias. These opposing groups have fresh memories of the atrocities, torture, rape, beatings, dismemberments, mutilations, and so forth that the other side performed on their friends, wives and other family members, and they have no desire to be friends or to work together. They'd rather kill each other.

The media-savvy Taliban spokesmen are promising a kinder, gentler "Taliban 2.0" that will govern wisely and will respect women and girls, allowing them to go to school and work. That this is nonsense is made clear by the Vietnam example.

It's even worse, because the North Vietnamese were relatively disciplined, but the Taliban are a collection of tribes headed by warlords who may or may not obey the directions of the central leadership in Kabul. Any one of these tribal warlords might decide to revert to the harsh, violent practics of "Taliban 1.0," including brutality and abuse of girls and women.

Furthermore, there are Americans and American allies scattered in provinces across Afghanistan. Any one of the Americans can be used to provoke a hostage crisis, even worse than the Iran Hostage Crisis of 1979 that lasted over a year.

Did Joe Biden intentionally sabotage the Afghanistan evacuation?

Iconic photo of Joe Biden at press conference on 27-Aug, in response to a question (Telegraph)
Iconic photo of Joe Biden at press conference on 27-Aug, in response to a question (Telegraph)

Up until a few months ago, I would never have believed that any President of the United States would intentionally sabotage a major foreign policy effort like the Afghanistan evacuation.

My mind was opened to the possibility by my work on my recent book, "Vietnam, Buddhism, and the Vietnam War," published earlier this year. I concluded, after months of research involving dozens of sources, that John F. Kennedy intentionally sabotaged the Vietnam war effort. Two major decisions -- first, neutralization of Laos and ceding it to Hanoi, and second, ousting South Vietnam's strong anti-Communist leader Ngo Dinh Diem, resulting in Diem's assassination. After these two disastrous mistakes, the war was lost, as I described in great detail in my book.

JFK was a Democrat, and obviously deeply embedded in the Democrat Party culture that was humiliated and infuriated by losing the Civil War and having the end of slavery imposed on them. That culture had spawned the KKK and the Jim Crow laws, and had as its slogan, "The South will rise again!" The Democrats were further humiliated by proposed Civil Rights legislation that was bitterly opposed by the Democrats, and did not pass until JFK himself was assassinated.

Although President Truman was strongly anti-Communist and created the Truman Doctrine, Communism became a highly politicized issue in 1954 because of the Army-McCarthy hearings, which were shut down soon after a Senate Democrat said to Republican Joseph McCarthy "Have you no sense of decency, sir?" After that, McCarthyism was used synonymously by Democrats as being anti-Communist.

So JFK became president, and the Vietnam war was forced on him, probably against his will, because it was another anti-Communist fight. As I describe in my book, the Vietnam War was pushed on JFK by the worldwide march of Communism at the time -- the Iron Curtain in Eastern Europe, the victory of North Korea, and the victory of North Vietnam. Then, in 1960, there was Fidel Castro's Communist revolution in Cuba.

So two other factors may have contributed to JFK's desire to sabotage the Vietnam War effort. One was the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion in April 1961, which was a losing attempt to defeat Communism in Cuba. And the other was the Civil Rights Act that Democrats bitterly opposed, and in fact did not pass until after JFK himself was assassinated.

So I've concluded that JFK sabotaged the Vietnam war, and did so intentionally.

As a child, Joe Biden was in the same Democrat party culture that had supported ending America with the Civil War. His mentor was Senator Robert Byrd, who had been a Grand Wizard in the KKK.

Now, Joe Biden is in office, and he has adopted one policy after another to sabotage the United States. These include: open the border, flood the country with illegal immigrants from 170 countries, flood the country with Chinese fentanyl and meth, open the prisons, let violent criminals out of jail, defund the police, destroy black families, encourage the murder of thousands of young black men by other black men in Democrat-run cities, close Keystone pipeline then beg Saudi Arabia for more oil, destroy America's energy independence, teach racial hatred in school (critical race theory), censor political opposition, paying people not to work, etc.

When a policy has unintended consequences, and the unintended consequences go on for a long time, with no attempt to stop them, then it's reasonable to conclude that the consequences are intentional. Many of the above policies have gone on for a long time with no attempt to repair them. In some cases, further policies have worsened the "unintended conquences," making it all but certain that they were "intended consequences."

At this point, there's no doubt that the Biden administration repeatedly lied and made one decision after another that "botched" the evacuation effort. Based on JFK's actions, and based on Biden's actions in other areas, I now believe that the circumstantial evidence points to intentional sabotage, imitating JFK's sabotage of the Vietnam war effort.

Will there be a new Afghanistan civil war?

U.S. General Mark Milley is predicting a new civil war because the Taliban won't "be able to consolidate power and establish governance." Milley and the other generals have had no idea what's been going on in Afghanistan for the last 20 years, and this comment indicates that they still don't.

Milley's observation about the Taliban is correct, but it will not lead to a civil war, since Afghanistan is in a generational Awakening era. As I described in my previous article on Afghanistan, we're going to see the Generational Dynamics Democide Pattern played out. (See "23-Aug-21 World View -- The Afghanistan catastrophe" for an explanation.)

This means that there won't be a new civil war, but there will be continual clashes and brutal treatment by the Taliban of its old Northern Alliance enemy. The Taliban will use violence, beatings, rape, and extrajudicial torture and jailing as needed or desired.

Furthermore, because of the undisciplined, tribal nature of the Taliban, these events, sometimes using American hostages as pawns, are expected to increase.

The Panjshir Valley clashes are only the beginning. These clashes will spread and grow, and it's quite possible that Americans left behind will be used as pawns by either side.

Milley's observations about the Taliban confirm what a number of other politicians, both Democrat and Republican, have been suggesting -- that it will be necessary for the US to go back into Afghanistan, as it becomes a crucible of international terrorism.

Political fallout

The Democrats are hoping that the whole Afghanistan catastrophe will pass quickly from public memory, and they can go back to one destructive policy after another. If the opposite happens -- that the situation continues to worsen -- then Biden's presidency will be untenable. The next two in line - Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi -- are just as incompetent as Biden.

Any other president would at least have fired several people after this debacle. If Biden continues to make decisions destructive to America, then it will be necessary to find a way, within the Constitution, to find a way to replace Biden with someone competent to govern.

John Xenakis is author of: "World View: Vietnam, Buddhism, and the Vietnam War: How Vietnam became an economic powerhouse after the Vietnam War" (Generational Theory Book Series, Book 4), March 2021 Paperback: 325 pages, over 200 source references, $13.99 Complete Table of Contents

John Xenakis is author of: "World View: War Between China and Japan: Why America Must Be Prepared" (Generational Theory Book Series, Book 2), June 2019, Paperback: 331 pages, with over 200 source references, $13.99 Complete Table of Contents

John Xenakis is author of: "World View: Iran's Struggle for Supremacy -- Tehran's Obsession to Redraw the Map of the Middle East" (Generational Theory Book Series, Book 1), September 2018 Paperback: 153 pages, over 100 source references, $7.00 Complete Table of Contents

John Xenakis is author of: "Generational Dynamics Anniversary Edition - Forecasting America's Destiny", (Generational Theory Book Series, Book 3), January 2020, Paperback: 359 pages, $14.99, Complete Table of Contents


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