The Islamic terrorist sect of the Taliban, which has seized control of Afghanistan in the aftermath of a failed withdrawal attempt by Joe Biden, has, in an incredible turn, given the United States a deadline to get out of Afghanistan.
Extraordinarily, and with a special intention of malice, the verminous group has set the deadline at September 11th. September 11th, of course, the anniversary of the heartbreaking attacks on the World Trade Center back in 2001.
The ConservativeBrief reports that “The Taliban’s media spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said, in an interview with Sky News, that the Taliban has not received any financial aid from Russia, China, or Pakistan but that they had “good relations with them.”
“We are getting political support. We visited China and also Russia. You may have seen the reports. They said the Taliban is a great political and military force of Afghanistan,” he said.
“That is a reality. And also, they supported us. This we are getting,” he said. Shaheen said that they have kept their commitment to not attack United States forces but that the US had already violated its timeline. “I think they should get their troops out of Afghanistan. They have already violated the timeframe which was enshrined in the Doha agreement, then they announced that they will withdraw all their forces [by] September 11. So they should withdraw all their forces, but we are committed not to attack them. And we have not attacked them,” he said.
Shaheen went on to enact the tired trope that the United States is to blame for the current state of things in Afghanistan. It was an act of political masochism that would have made Noam Chomsky proud.
“I think that was for the Americans to maintain security, not to allow all those to enter the airport. Because our forces were not there, we were not responsible. They were responsible. It was their airplane, not ours. All those, they belong to them, not to us,” he said.
He said that the Taliban was able to take over so quickly because of support from the Afghan people and their lack of support for the former government of ousted President Hamid Karzai.