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August 15, 2021
Taliban Urge “Peaceful
Surrender” After Entering
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A stunning new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting that Taliban forces had encircled the Afghan capital city of Kabul after capturing every other major city in the country, says the Afghan Interior Ministry announced this morning that Taliban forces have now begun entering Kabul—an announcement quickly followed by Afghan 1TV television reporting that representatives of the Taliban movement are negotiating with the Afghan government on a peaceful entry in Kabul.
Ministry of Defense (MoD) bulletins being reviewed by Security Council Members in this transcript confirm that Taliban forces launched a major assault on Kabul from all sides this morning, which comes after them having already taken control of all of Afghanistan's border crossings, leaving the Kabul Airport as the only route out of the country—sees the Taliban saying it has instructed its fighters to refrain from violence in the capital and allow safe passage to those who choose to leave the city, and in a statement claim they have no plans of taking the capital by force—while a Taliban spokesman says they have started talks with the Afghan government on the “peaceful surrender” of Kabul.
Security Council Members in this transcript note that the lightning speed of events now occurring now include reports that Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is preparing to step down in a few hours and that former Interior Minister Ali Ahmad Jalali will be appointed head of the Afghan Transitional Government—reports coming at the same time Taliban representatives arrived at the Presidential Palace to begin surrender negotiations—quickly after which Russian Special Presidential Representative for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov informed the Kremlin that the Taliban vowed to ensure not only the Russian Embassy's security, but of all foreign diplomatic missions.
Upon receiving this vow, this transcript sees Security Council Members agreeing to keep the Russian Embassy in Kabul open—though the British government announced that its ambassador will be airlifted from Afghanistan by Monday evening—saw Iranian officials saying its embassy in Kabul would be evacuated by Monday—and from the American Embassy in Kabul, this morning sees white smoke billowing from it as secret documents are shredded and burned while US military helicopters evacuate its personnel—a scene of panic and terror that echoes the American evacuation from its embassy in Saigon when it lost the Vietnam War.
This transcript sees Security Council Members noting that Supreme Socialist Joe Biden has increased the number of US troops heading to Afghanistan to 5,000 and has warned the Taliban of a “swift and strong” response if American interests are attacked during the ongoing US withdrawal—sees this coming just after Biden was branded the “Commander-In-Absence” for going on an unscheduled vacation as Afghanistan falls to the Taliban—today sees one top American defense expert saying about Biden: “I believe the puppet master is calling back his puppet...His 'vacation' strongly suggests that he is quite seriously ill and rapidly deteriorating, such that his handlers can't even use him at the moment to keep up appearances”—if former radical socialist leader President Obama is Biden’s “puppet master” sees the leftist New York Times slamming him in their just published article “Behold Barack Antoinette”, that scathingly says: “The Obamas are in Marie-Antoinette, tacky, let-them-eat-cake mode”—though most astoundingly, now sees it being revealed: “Biden’s top advisers concede they were stunned by the rapid collapse of the Afghan army in the face of an aggressive, well-planned offensive by the Taliban that now threatens Kabul…As recently as late June, the intelligence agencies estimated that even if the Taliban continued to gain power, it would be at least a year and a half before Kabul would be threatened”.
Security Council Members in this transcript agree that the United States’ greatest failing during their 20-year failed war in Afghanistan was them believing their own fairy tale that it is a country—specifically because over 2,000-years of history have proven that the Afghan people aren’t a nation, but an assemblage of tribes whose only loyalties are to their extended families and religion—a fact well known to the Taliban, who first rose to power in Afghanistan in the 1990s, formed by guerrilla fighters who drove out Soviet forces in the previous decade with support from the CIA and Pakistani intelligence services, most of whose members are Pashtuns, the largest ethnic group in the country—is a Taliban force that doesn’t have a single leader, but a group of them—sees defense experts noting about the Taliban: “It’s not really the case that they need a whole lot of money to operate...They don’t live in big houses...They don’t wear fancy clothes...The biggest expense is salary and weapons and training”—for what the Taliban want sees it being described as: “They don’t want a parliament…They don’t want electoral politics…They have an emir and they have a council of mullahs, and that’s the vision they see as best for Islam”—and whose lightning speed takeover of Afghanistan during the past fortnight is due to Afghan government military and police forces asking themselves: “Do I want to die for an administration that has not sent my unit ammunition?...We’ve not been paid in months, we’re out of food…Now the Americans are gone...It seems kind of hopeless”.
This transcript concludes with Security Council Members noting radical leftist MSNBC host Joy Reid being blasted today for using the tragedy unfolding for those Afghan women and girls who were raised on Western values to demonize US Christian conservatives, likening them to the Taliban, with her stating: “This is the real-life Handmaid's Tale…A true cautionary tale for the U.S., which has our own far religious right dreaming of a theocracy that would impose a particular brand of Christianity, drive women from the workforce and solely into childbirth, and control all politics”—an insane irrational fear of American Christians whose religious beliefs come no where close to strict Taliban ideology—but as noted in yesterday’s report, the Taliban have given to these under socialist siege American Christians a roadmap they can use to take back their own country from the same godless forces now fleeing from Afghanistan. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
US military helicopters begin evacuation from American Embassy in Kabul-Afghanistan (above) on 15 August 2021…
…in an exact repeat of US
military helicopters evacuating the American Embassy in Saigon-South
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