We’re rearranging troop deployments again.
“The chief of the Pentagon’s Central Command said on Tuesday the U.S. military may keep troops near Afghanistan after the delayed withdrawal planned for September 11, 2021. …
“It’s time for American troops to come home,” Biden declared.
McKenzie’s remarks suggested that the American troops may not be returning home, but relocating elsewhere in central Asia.
“USCENTCOM remains steadfast in support of ongoing interagency and diplomatic efforts to achieve a negotiated political settlement, and is committed to working with our regional partners to ensure our ability to counter a potential reemergence of terrorist threats against the homeland,” McKenzie’s prepared statement read in part, vowing that, “while we will not stay involved in Afghanistan militarily, we will continue to support the government of Afghanistan and keep providing assistance to the ANDSF [Afghan armed forces].” …”
We’re also breaking the peace deal with the Taliban.
The Pentagon and Afghan government have six months to come up with an excuse to stay there for another 20 years. The only thing that has really changed is that we are not withdrawing in May.