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Originally posted by Zagros Zagros wrote:


Some of those concepts are too complicated for American strategists to bother with. As history demonstrates, they would much rather use a sledge hammer to push a pin to cork since it is more economically viable. In addition there is a latent institutionalised racism and contempt for non-European/white nations which deems them unworthy of constructive engagement.

(2) Is exactly how the Soviet Union left the army, but that didn't stop the Taliban.  rather than being defeated in battle the commie Afghans were defeated in will and the same shall be repeated.  And after the crimes inflicted on non-combatant Afghans in the last 8 years they will be hungry for revenge.
 
Still foaming at the mouth I see Zagros.





 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Gharanai Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-May-2009 at 16:55
Originally posted by gcle2003 gcle2003 wrote:

Originally posted by Gharanai Gharanai wrote:

Originally posted by gcle2003 gcle2003 wrote:

...Schoolyard humour isn't a good guide to anything.
But experience is. Wink
 
Originally posted by gcle2003 gcle2003 wrote:

Basically that's just silly. They were more common before the British even arrived, and they have become common again since the British left. Take responsibility for your own history.
I have never said that I am not responsible for my history, but me and you can not change a world known fact, can we?
 
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Then you can hardly expect anyone else to recognise you, can you?
Now that's the most amazing thing I have heard, it means before 26 June 1945  no one recognized that there was a country by the name of Afghanistan, or US or USSR or Britain or Persia or Greece and so on.
That's quite silly. No it doesn't at all. I meant since you, Gharanai, don't recognise the UN, then you can't expect anone else to recognise you, Gharanai.
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No dear it is your own diplomatic status that makes you recognize a government not the UN, if you were true then how Pakistan and Saudi Arabia recognized the Taleban government while Northern Alliance's representive was present in UN HQ, doesn't that sound like a funny joke? LOLLOLLOLLOL
Not in the least. The UN recognises Afghanistan, it's you that don't. It would be nice if you didn't just try and make up smart-ass jokes and instead paid attention to what people say.  
Originally posted by Gharanai Gharanai wrote:

Anyway as far as Russia and China was concerned regarding the Taleban, more than any other country those two were interested in the removal of Taleban as it was growing in number and strenght day after another, while Russia was already fighting the religious uprisings in Chechnya in the west they didn't wanted another religious group in Uzbekistan (most of whose nationals are still fighting in the ranks of Taleban)
 
Originally posted by glce glce wrote:

You just make this stuff up, don't you? Uzbeikstan was one of the foremost leaders in proposing and supporting action against the Taliban in 2001/2.
 
 
Did I sound the opposite as I guess I too said that the Russians didn't wanted another religious group in Uzbekistan, which for sure is with the support of then (and current) government of Uzbekistan.
 
What I was refering to is:
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I know about the IMU, and I said you would find some Islamic extremists from Uzbekistan with the Taliban. After all there were even Islamic militants from the US and Britain. However, unlike your ridiculous claim, the majority of the population of Uzbekistan are most definitely not fighting for the Taliban.
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Originally posted by glce glce wrote:

 
So for sure Uzbekistan will offers assistance to NATO in Afghanistan as it doesn't want the IMU in power and an end to Mr. Islam Karimov's government (which is by most western countries counted illegitimate, refere to Link1 and Link2 for more).
 
So admit you were wrong with that silly stuff about the majority of the Uzbek population. Apart from anything else, statements like that destroy any credibility the rest of your posts may have.
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I simply would like to say that I don't think we have a common understanding of a matter and as argueeing with your SIL..., anyway with your comments will have no information and will certainly be moving out of the context.
So I am sorry for wasting soo much of your precious time in the past few day.


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