all over the world there are amazing caring tribes of humanity that live by a God given creed of love compassion truth trust and humble efforts both to their family and those of their community to enhance life for all especially the future and our children. Yet again and again greed and hate have filled to hearts of those with snail size minds thinking they could do what ever they desire at the cost and suffering of others this is not right but again we see daily signs of its true nature evil is like a Mosquito with its long needle like straw plunged into the heart of humanity. We see the sorrows building like a huge earthquake rumbling under our very homes and yet most try to ignore it thinking it wont reach me well think again take a few minutes to look into history: what do you see what did you learn what if anything do you not understand yet, there is no short cut to a better world a more noble humanity it only comes when we all choose to work together and care for each other not to steal but to give freely of our hearts minds and capacity as sentient humans there are no other creatures of our nature on this earth but many sentient communities that we ignore daily even trees fungus dolphins whales sharks blue fin tuna creations that strive each minute of each day to express there nature on the unfolding universe yet we seem to believe we dont have any need to follow prime directive or moral principles we destroy and maim all that touch our lives,
Look at the last two years with the covid scandel the media the biggest evil by force feeding entire generations a lie they got paid to promote and still they feed this evil gruel to unsuspecting humans who are so afraid they refuse to even look up for fear of some new more freightning reality like the one growing now of forced vaccines we know there is something wrong we see the sorrow and deaths we see the anger at hospitals of those who trusted the quick fix of get the double jab we have heard the horror stories of familys being denied access to even see there loved ones as stone age western medicine did theyre best to fuck and muck it all up.
they have worked and colluded with pharma lobby groups the most bold treausre dumpers in the world who put no value of anything but to force there agenda on the entire human population Bill Gates is so proud of himself what an evil man a monster already banned in india and southern africa but lets get back to this epic point we need to throw these animals in a pit one that has no windows and one that can keep them hidden as the great evil they are for centuries they have almost destroyed the entire earth bit by bit violence poison greed discrimination mis information and now literally putting poison into humanitys arm not once but multiple times and then smiling insisting no the deaths had nothing to do with the jabs ????
There comes a time when the facts dont add up and truth is evident even to the blind when the simple values of family and purpose over whelm the lies and deceptions being painted so beautifully on the walls of sorrow that most would actually think the image devine yet without free will without the choice to decide your own fate like is the lab rat in a cage being shocked or given pieces of cheese based on how well they comply with the mad scientist and his goal of determining the tast and actions of a rat,
we are not a herd of buffalo or cows a flock of geese or a herd of wildebeests we are humans all collectively all connected down the very basic core of our genome; profound amazing unique in the universe yet not alone our galaxy is more emmense than our mind can imagine or our telescopes can peer we need to stop the violence and hate and join together to give our planet a hope of a golden age one that is filled with knowledge and compassion where every child is given the best in education and food is not a weapon or a power to oppress but a substance to support life and growth both physically and mentally into the devine creatures God in his great wisdom and mercy choose for us it is so past time to stop allowing greed based beasts to control the entire population through manipulation violence and ignorance we can be so much more
the nations of the world need to stand as one forget the politics forget the angry rich few who will never want our allow us these profound change they put fire to all that we care to stop this,
Afghanistan : Finally its time for the world to stand united behind the NOrthern Alliance for thirty years they have faught all who would try and steal there soveriegn nation Russia America the romans it is time we allow these people the chance they deserve supporting them would never be wrong what we have done is destroy so much .
Tragedy that as anyone who served could tell the Taliban are demons
Kabul Airport Explosions Kill Four U.S. Marines, at Least 60 Afghans
12 US service members were killed in an explosive terrorist attack at Kabul’s…Taliban casting doubt on bin Laden’s role in 9/11 is the latest questionable…© wakil kohsar/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
At least 60 Afghans and four U.S. Marines were killed in explosions at the Kabul airport, as two blasts ripped through crowds trying to enter the American-controlled facility on Thursday, disrupting the final push of the U.S.-led evacuation effort.
The U.S. envoy in Kabul told embassy staff there that four U.S. Marines were killed in the attack at the city’s airport and three wounded, a U.S. official with knowledge of the briefing said. A senior Afghan health official put the death toll among local civilians at 60, with many more fighting for their lives.
Those were the first U.S. military combat fatalities in Afghanistan since February 2020, when the Trump administration and the Taliban signed in Doha, Qatar, an agreement on withdrawing American troops.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
The number of U.S. casualties is expected to rise. President Biden made no public appearances as of midday Thursday, postponing a scheduled meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and canceling a virtual event with U.S. governors. Mr. Biden was briefed by his national security team about the incidents on Thursday morning in the White House’s Situation Room and continued to receive updates, officials said. He spent much of the day in the Oval Office, one of the officials said.
At the time of the attack, approaches to the airport’s gates were packed by thousands of Afghans who feared persecution by the Taliban because they had assisted U.S.-led coalition efforts in the country over the past two decades. While no group claimed immediate responsibility, Western governments warned earlier Thursday of an imminent attack by Islamic State’s regional affiliate.
The Taliban, who seized Kabul on Aug. 15, are a sworn enemy of Islamic State, and shot dead one of the group’s top leaders in Afghanistan hours after taking over the Kabul prison where he was held.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said in a message: “We strongly condemn this gruesome incident and will take every step to bring the culprits to justice.”
Witnesses reported multiple fatalities among the Afghans, many of whom were trying to enter the airport because they had assisted U.S.-led coalition efforts and feared persecution by the Taliban. After the blasts, the U.S. Embassy told all Americans to leave the entrances to the airport immediately.
The explosion at the Abbey Gate of the airport was the result of a complex attack, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said. He said another blast occurred near the Baron hotel adjacent to the airport. A British security official said both attacks were carried out by suicide bombers.
Thursday’s bombings were the first major security incidents since the Taliban took power in Kabul and began dismantling the blast barriers and other security installations that had been erected to thwart insurgent attacks during the two decades of American military presence.
“People were very optimistic that the Taliban are now providing security for us and that there will be no more suicide attacks. But, sadly, it happened,” said an Afghan woman who was at the Baron at the time of the blast.
Footage from the sites of the attack showed multiple bodies, and bloodied, maimed survivors being transported away in wheelbarrows.
An Afghan man who was attempting for the fifth time to get into the airport and get on one of the evacuation planes was standing in the crowd outside Abbey Gate when the detonation took place. “A lot of people got hurt,” he said by phone. “I helped a little girl. I think she died.”
Separately, Italy said that its C-130 aircraft filled with Afghan refugees came under fire at takeoff on Thursday, but wasn’t damaged. An Italian reporter aboard the plane said the pilot had to take evasive action.
Thursday’s explosions came after several of America’s allies said they were halting evacuation flights from Afghanistan, leaving behind citizens and thousands of Afghans who had been cleared for entry. Airlift opportunities began disappearing amid warnings of an imminent terrorist attack, and as the U.S. began winding down operations in Kabul ahead of the Aug. 31 withdrawal deadline.
In a tweet condemning Thursday’s attacks, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid pointed out that they “took place in an area where U.S. forces are responsible for security.”
Still, the carnage is a direct challenge to the Taliban’s boasts of having re-established peace in Afghanistan. Islamic State has “an interest in exposing the Taliban as incompetent,” said Tore Hamming, a nonresident fellow at the London-based International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation. “This is a battle for authority. Both groups say that their emirs are the leaders of the global Muslim community. They cannot coexist.”
The Taliban and Islamic State have fought each other in Afghanistan since 2015, particularly in the eastern part of the country. As recently as Tuesday, Mr. Shaheen, the Taliban spokesman, told Iranian state media that Islamic State no longer existed in Afghanistan.
The attacks at entrances to the airport came as the window for evacuation flights was rapidly shutting down ahead of the U.S. military withdrawal that President Biden directed to be completed by Aug. 31. Thousands of Western citizens and permanent residents are still stranded in Afghanistan, and many fear that they will now be abandoned to face possible Taliban retribution.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday that approximately 1,500 American citizens were still in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, and that Washington was in touch with some 500 of them, trying to organize evacuations.
Bismillah, a green-card holder residing in Sacramento, Calif., said he traveled to the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif to visit his parents on Aug. 3 with his wife, also a U.S. permanent resident, and their 8-month-old son, a U.S. citizen. The family made their way to Kabul as the Afghan government collapsed on Aug. 15, but Bismillah, who declined to provide his last name, said he feared that his baby would be crushed to death in the crowds and didn’t try to reach the airport.
“I feel like we are going to be left behind. I don’t know what is going to happen next week—you cannot forecast even one day about what will happen in Afghanistan,” said Bismillah, who worked for Amazon.com Inc. in California and is currently in Mazar-e-Sharif. “We are really worried about ourselves.”
Since Aug. 14, the day before the Taliban took control of Kabul, the U.S. has evacuated and facilitated the evacuation of approximately 95,700 people from Afghanistan, the White House said. In the 24 hours ending at 3 a.m. ET Thursday, about 13,400 people were evacuated, approximately 5,100 of them on U.S. military flights, it said.
French President Emmanuel Macron said after Thursday’s explosion that France would continue to evacuate people “as long as we can, as long as the conditions enable us to do so at the airport.” Twenty buses with French citizens and Afghans were waiting to enter the airport, he added.
The Dutch Defense Ministry said in a letter Thursday morning to parliament that it would stop flight operations by the end of the day, hoping to evacuate several hundred people already inside the airport, with diplomatic staff and Dutch troops departing on the final flight. The ministry added that it was no longer able to assist its citizens and eligible Afghans in accessing the airport.
“This is a painful moment because it means that despite all the great efforts of the past period, people who are eligible for evacuation to the Netherlands will be left behind,” the letter said. Those include Dutch citizens and Afghans who had worked with Dutch forces deployed as part of the U.S.-led coalition.
Poland, which has flown more than 900 Afghan citizens since the fall of Kabul, said it was also ending its evacuation program following decisions made by its allies, the U.S. and the U.K. “The situation is difficult, it is even dramatic, and more and more difficult with each hour,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Thursday.
The Italian Defense Ministry said its last flight would leave Kabul on Thursday night. Canada, too, said it had ended its evacuation effort. French Prime Minister Jean Castex told French radio RTL that the country would no longer be able to evacuate citizens after Friday. Danish Defense Minister Trine Bramsen said Wednesday that Denmark had already flown its last evacuation flight, and that it was no longer safe to fly in and out of Kabul.
Following the explosions, the U.K. issued a notice advising British flights to avoid Afghan airspace under 25,000 feet, further complicating evacuations, Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps said on Twitter.