Encountering a Taliban leader

May 5, 2009 at 9:53 pm | Posted in Lifescape | 2 Comments
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  • On deployment of more U.S. troops he says: “We will win, and they will die”
  •  Robertson interviews an Afghan Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid
  • Taliban strategy is to set up Islamic government, remove foreign forces, he says
  • MPs and government officials will be targets if elections go ahead, he says
  • On deployment of more U.S. troops he says: “We will win, and they will die”

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  1. Once Pakistan’s army gets its priorities straight and concentrates more of its military forces in the northwestern provinces, the more of these Taliban lunatics are going to the ‘happy hunting ground’. It was easy for this Taliban spokesman to make all sorts of violent threats against the U.S., but the fact is that their numbers are about to start shrinking at a precipitous rate. The U.S. is not the Soviet Army of the 1980s, and we are not fighting the Taliban alone. There is an international consensus that these killers need to be exterminated, and that is about to begin on a much larger scale than ever before. So this Taliban big mouth can spout all the brave predictions of victory he likes. Chances are he won’t even be alive in the next six months.

  2. Their biggest weapon is their love of death! It’s not going to be a cakewalk by any means because these people don’t know defeat.
    I sincerely hope tha taliban can be stopped…no, eradicated like vermin. Talking to them is as effective as pouring gasoline on a fire.


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