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August 16, 2021
Terror Of Russian “Holy War” Saves
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A gobsmacking new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting that Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan Dmitry Zhirnov will meet on Tuesday with the coordinator of the leadership of the Taliban movement to discuss ensuring the security of the Russian embassy, says in a direct communiqué received by Security Council Members this morning, Ambassador Zhirnov stated: “Surprisingly, the situation is perfectly calm on the whole…Today, the key forces of the Taliban calmly entered Kabul…Before that, the highest leadership of the Taliban warned all its units to not harass people, not to enter homes, not to touch anyone and observe order…Moreover, a day before their arrival, the Taliban leadership communicated to the Afghan Defense Ministry that they should ensure security in the city”—a statement quickly joined by top Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen promising the world that Afghan women will not be deprived of work opportunities or education when they come to full power, on the condition that they remain veiled in public.
This transcript next sees Security Council Members discussing issues relating to Afghanistan classified at the highest level “Of Special Importance”—the portions of which that are permitted to be openly discussed among various ministries include the historic and unprecedented visit to the United States of Russia’s top three intelligence agency directors to meet with their counterparts in the President Donald Trump administration during the last week of January-2018—unprecedented meetings wherein Russian intelligence directors explained to the Americans the Russian Orthodox Church doctrine of “Just War”, that defines situations in which the waging of war becomes a moral necessity and lays out the criteria by which a Christian is intended to determine whether or not a specific war was entered into and is conducted in a virtuous manner—whose vital importance for the Americans knowing about was because Russia determined this doctrine’s criteria was more than met in Syria where ISIS barbarians were massacring both Christens and Muslims—which caused the Russian Orthodox Church to declare a “Holy War” against ISIS—and with Russia being a Christian theocracy obligated to abide by the Russian Orthodox Church and its declarations, President Putin ordered the Russian military to intervene in Syria and destroy ISIS.
With both President Putin and President Trump having the same objective of destroying ISIS, this report details, Russia’s intelligence directors explained to their American counterparts that one of their main allies in this fight was Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, whom Pakistan had imprisoned in 2010—but after being told how important Mullah Baradar really was, it saw President Trump forcing Pakistan to release him on 25 October 2018—after which Mullah Baradar was appointed to be the chief of the Taliban's diplomatic office in Doha-Qatar—in February-2020 it saw Mullah Baradar signing a peace agreement with President Trump to end the Afghanistan war—today sees Mullah Baradar preparing to be the new leader of Afghanistan—and when queried by Security Council Members this morning about the likelihood of Afghanistan becoming another ISIS, it saw Russian Presidential Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov firmly replying: “I don’t have this concern...I saw in reality the Taliban fighting ISIS and fighting it viciously unlike the Americans and the whole of NATO, including the Afghan leadership that fled, who did not counter ISIS and only pandered to it…Representatives of the highest Taliban leadership were telling me that they only have this to say to ISIS: there will be no captives”.
In preparation for Mullah Baradar and his Taliban forces taking full control of Afghanistan, this report continues, last month the Kremlin hosted a delegation of Taliban leaders to warn them of the terror of “Holy War” should they repeat the barbaric crimes committed by ISIS and threaten other nations—after which Presidential Envoy Kabulov reported: “We received assurances from the Taliban that they wouldn’t violate the borders of Central Asian countries and also their guarantees of security for foreign diplomatic and consular missions in Afghanistan”—a fortnight later then saw China hosting a delegation of Taliban leaders, where Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stated to them that he expected the Taliban to “play a role in the peace, reconciliation and reconstruction process in Afghanistan”—yesterday saw China saying that it’s prepared to recognize the Taliban as the legitimate ruler of Afghanistan if it succeeds in toppling the Western-backed government in Kabul—and to demonstrate the resolve of both Russia and China to ensure a peaceful transition to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan, last week Russian military forces joined with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to complete joint military drills near the Afghan border—that were joined by Russian and Chinese troops carrying out joint military exercises.
Security Council Members in this transcript note that as Taliban forces consolidate their power in Afghanistan, deceptive articles now appearing in America have headlines like “‘Saigon on Steroids’: The Desperate Rush to Flee Afghanistan”, “Mayhem At Kabul Airport Causing American Troops To Fire Warning Shots To Push Back Crowds”, “Several People Reportedly Shot Dead as US Troops Open Fire at Kabul Airport”, “Afghans Plunge To Their Deaths After Trying To Cling To US Military Plane Taking Off From Kabul” and “800 People Evacuated From Kabul Aboard A Single C-17 Cargo Jet”—is mass chaos at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul further accelerated by Afghan military members taking off their uniforms and putting on civilian clothing to avoid detection by the Taliban—sees top American security officials saying that “the sad reality is there is no way we can evacuate by 31 August the more than 20,000 Afghans who want to escape the country”—sees Pentagon officials reporting that the US military has flown at least 500 American Embassy personnel out of Afghanistan on military aircraft and they're working to take 5,000-a-day, but won’t have that capability for a couple days—sees it being reported that the governments of North Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo will take in a yet-unspecified number of Afghan refugees, who will then be security-screened and eventually sent to the United States—though this number won’t include now exiled Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who fled his country yesterday without telling his cabinet or leaving plans for a government handover, and who fled Kabul escorted with cars filled with cash.
The conclusion section of this transcript sees Security Council Members agreeing that these articles are deceptive because they don’t explain who is fleeing Afghanistan and why—if honest would explain that those fleeing are in fear of their lives because they knowingly cooperated with sadistic American demons committing some of the worst war crimes against humanity in modern times and whom the Taliban will enact swift and brutal justice against—crimes against humanity begun when the United States started the war by dropping thousands of yellow cluster bombs around Afghan villages that resembled yellow aid packages, that children would rush to collect what they believed to be food, only to end up dead after picking up and setting off an explosive device—in 2001, the former Islamist commanders from the days of the anti-Soviet insurgency came to power they reinstituted ‘bacha bazi’, a practice linked with the oppression of women’s rights and child sex abuse that had been outlawed by the Taliban, and American soldiers were instructed not to intervene, not even when their Afghan allies sexually abused boys on US military bases—crimes against humanity that include “The Convoy Of Death”, that saw the thousands of Taliban fighters who surrendered to the Afghan Northern Alliance stuffed into sealed shipping containers and allowed to asphyxiate as they were driven across the desert under the watchful eye of the CIA—according to the US military, 90% of the world’s heroin is made from Afghan opium, though in 2000, the Taliban outlawed its cultivation—but after the US invasion, there was record-high production year after year with the United States effectively turning Afghanistan into a narco-state, whose longest-running US-backed Afghan President Hamid Karzai had a brother who was a drug lord and on the CIA’s payroll—and it is perhaps no coincidence that America is now facing one of the deadliest opioid epidemics in a century. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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