Surprise, Goyim, Surprise: Analysts Now Expect American Soldiers To Spend Generations In Afghanistan

Didn’t Donald Trump promise us a total withdrawal of American military forces from foolish bases around the globe- or at least a large reduction in the number of soldiers wasting time and resources on a daily basis?

Like, I even recall him briefly mentioning a departure from South Korea, Japan, and the possibility of granting Germany back their sovereignty – he alluded to seventy years of occupation as being long enough.

As for Afghanistan, it should be plainly evident that the only contributions Americans have given the area involve horrid corruption within the puppet regimes, a massive increase in opium production (the Taliban actually stopped the drug trade on many levels), and easy tickets to the United States for hordes of barbarian Moslem “refugees.”

But perhaps if we fight for another thirty years or so, we’ll at last obtain victory – just keep hoping and keep dying, White Man.

From RT:

Americans may stay on Afghan soil for a “long-haul” mission that could evolve into several decades of “generational struggle,” General David Petraeus, ex-commander of US troops in Afghanistan, admitted.

The current war in Afghanistan is unlikely to end in the foreseeable future, David Petraeus, who led the US military campaign there back in the 2000s, told PBS News Hour. 

Though the retired General argued that “we went there for a reason and we stayed for a reason,” to defeat Al-Qaeda following the 9/11 attacks, he hinted that “a generational struggle” may unfold in the war-ravaged country.

“This is not something that is going to be won in a few years. We’re not going to take a hill, plant a flag, go home to a victory parade,” he said. “And we need to be there for the long haul, but in a way, that is, again, sustainable,” he added.

To back his remarkable statement, he cited other examples of US deployments in other parts of the world that have lasted decades.

“We have been in Korea for 65-plus years because there is an important national interest for that,” Petraeus said.

However, Petraeus “doesn’t think the US involvement will last that long” in Afghanistan.

The general argued “I think we should not approach this as a year-on-year mission,” noting that this kind of tentativeness gives Afghan leaders “the jitters.”

Embrace the feelings of primitive goat herders, Goyim.

Embrace their worries and their sorrows the come from the thought that White Americans will no longer stay in their country to have their legs blown off and their intestines strewn all over the ground.

The interview was released as media reports have emerged indicating that the Trump administration is preparing to deploy an additional 4,000 troops in Afghanistan to train the nation’s army and battle the resurging Taliban. The figure, though sizeable, nonetheless pales compared to the previous number of troops stationed in Afghanistan, which reached 100,000 at peak times.

Petraeus, who commanded the US troops and NATO’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) from 2010 to 2011, insisted “it did actually turn back the Taliban.”

However, he then took a more measured tone, saying, “as I said, we are not going to permanently win this.”

Wait, what?

If there is no conceivable chance to win the war (and the Taliban is in fact stronger than ever before thanks to American involvement), why would a nation wish to keep troops fighting into the middle of the century?

 

One of the great unanswered questions of our time, that’s for sure.

Leave a Reply

27 Comments on "Surprise, Goyim, Surprise: Analysts Now Expect American Soldiers To Spend Generations In Afghanistan"

Leave a Reply

Robert Browning
Guest

That the coincidence of the heroin epidemic in the US and our invasion/occupation of Afghanistan isn’t mentioned every time the problem is discussed tells you all you need to know about the veracity of the US media. We’re only told the cover story for every event of consequence, while those who orchestrate and profit remain safely hidden from public scrutiny.

Posted by: SlapHappy | Jun 14, 2017 2:49:49 PM | 4

juniusdaniel1828
Guest
In the end, I’m wondering if there is something novel here. I mean, I served, decades back, and much of it was taking up by either guarding foreign lands, and or preparing and training to do so. This will continue until secession. This is not just about The International Jew, but about international corporations, Yankee Empire commercial alliances, and, perhaps most importantly, about the ego of the White Gentile American Peoples, many having grown so used to the vanities of empire, any attempt to discontinue that they immediately take for a betrayal. Ever since I have been alive, I have… Read more »
john
Guest
Its never been properly explained to the average voter and taxpayer how these silly wars actually benefit them directly. If it to make the region more stable, we’ve failed- and why can’t they just do it themselves anyway? If its to crush extremism, well short of totally changing their core beliefs-and the Koran- this is not achievable in a war context. If its to train them…..well for how long have they been in training now? Its time for them to take responsibility. Why force any Islamic dustbowl to be stable, productive and tolerant when they don’t want it for themselves?… Read more »
Contra1789
Guest

No, Donald Trump didn’t promise a total withdrawal of American forces around the globe. That’s not going to happen until US geopolitical power diminishes sufficiently. It would have been better to be realistic in your assessment of Trump.

Afterthought
Guest
Petraeus is pushing his leash holders’ opinion, that is no surprise. What I am watching Trump on is immigration ONLY. It would be wise for Trump to limit the waves he makes elsewhere to make room for the only thing that matters. All those blue collar voters everyone keeps talking about? They would get an instant income and status boost from kicking out millions of competitors. That boost would ripple up the labor chain raising wages for many others. Better than any tax cut or minimum wage hike! And that isn’t even bringing in any Darwinian fitness arguments, which are… Read more »
more of the same
Guest

Every war we’ve been in since 1945 has been intentionally no win. “The war on poverty”, “War on drugs”, “War on terror” are no different. The big question: Cui bono?

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

Who controls the opium?

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

Diminishing global reach would be something like a Dunkirk, Singapore moment. Sudden catastrophe.

spahnranch1969
Guest

How the hell would anyone even know what “victory” in Afghanistan looked like? At this point all ZOG is doing in that country is bombing piles of rubble into piles of smaller bits of rubble. Of course it should go without saying that the war in Afghanistan is a part of ZOG’s plan to keep the entire middle east in a state of permanent chaos and violence for the benefit of the Zionist mafia.

serf
Guest

21st century war in central Asia against Islam and China. Pakistan a proxy of against India. Increasing U.S. troops to break up Pakistan into tribals lands.India can then mount pressure on China border.Long emergence U.S. imperial global trade protection rackets .

more of the same
Guest

Fr. John? You think anyone takes him seriously?

Mestigoit
Guest

At least part of this ongoing problem is a result of the USA’s “democracy” fetish.

They should have allowed the Tajiks of the Northern Alliance to rule Afghanistan as a dictatorship and moved out immediately. Instead they demanded “democracy” and wasted time, money and blood on “nation-building.”

Speaking of “nation-building,” Afghanistan is also an example of the dangers of multiculturalism. It is a country with at least 4 major and distinct ethnic groups– the majority Pashtuns (who spawned the Taliban), Tajiks, Uzbeks and Hazzara. Some are Sunni, others are Shiite. Their project is doomed.

Poupon Marx
Guest
Good point. What is missing is a deeper and more considered view and concept of Democracy. Universal Suffrage is modern construct, where “one man, one vote” is the norm. This has never existed. Demo in Democracy means lowering as in Demote. It is operative at the base of the cone or pyramid. In the past, only a selected few would be able to vote. This would be the Acropolis in Greece, the Elders in Tribes, Landowners in early America, or other chosen groups that had special status, either through hereditary or accomplishment. What we need is WEIGHTED VOTING, where votes… Read more »
Jack Ryan
Guest

The silver lining is that White combat vets there come back hating Kebab Muslims

We kill em there they can beat down kebab here

Slidell
Guest

Thank Goodness the U.S. doesn’t have generations of time left.

juniusdaniel1828
Guest
@Mr. Cicero… As you said – ‘All the groups you mentioned are now intertwined beyond the point of no return. Their goals are actually pretty much the same as well – remember that even under a near-total genocide scenario, some high echelon Whites (or Mischlings) would survive to keep things from absolutely collapsing.’ /////////////////////////////////////////////// I agree. It’s become nigh on impossible to criticize New England political culture without criticizing Jews, without criticizing urban culture in the South, without criticizing Saudi Arabia, England, France or Germany. It’s like one great big nasty pus of a pox. I reckon, for lack of… Read more »
Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

Most people don’t bother to vote, it’s mostly well organized people with an investment in the future.

Mestigoit
Guest

I think that I probably cast my last vote in November, 2016. The (((real US government))) and its secret police apparatus/”Deep State” will have toppled the elected govt by the time of the next general election making the whole thing a waste of time.

Poupon Marx
Guest
Marcus Cicero: Voted most likely to Try and Fail To Succeed in high school. To answer you sub-literate, drunken slur, let me set you straight. Presuming you can read without moving your lips and underlying each word with your forefinger, do add to your knowledge on the genetic and linguistic basis of the Proto Indo-European Ayans. There is a reason that certain ethnics (not races) have similar IQs to us Euro-Caucasians, and have created very advanced societies even before Christ. Furthermore, my association with the US Military overseas has resulted in friends and acquaintances who married Asian women and live… Read more »
copperhead
Guest

This is what the Trumpster promised the voters, but when he actually became President, he decided to put war mongers General Nuisance and Admiral Flapdoodle in change of the military. When you let the army brass run things, there will always be a war, that’s their business. That’s why the founding fathers wisely put the military under civilian control. And we didn’t have what Eisenhower called The military Industrial Complex for a long time.

Herr_Wolf
Guest

good stuff as usual, Marcus

Fr. John+
Guest

It is just as Barnes’ book of the 1950s said it would be: “Perpetual war for perpetual peace.”

In other words it’s “more of the same.” Bullshit

wpDiscuz