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Eyes Open To This Snake

EYES OPEN TO THIS SNAKE GULBUDDIN HEKMATYAR He, has for decades slithered from one camp to another Information held, then on his opponents then smothers Good men and women who then have died at his hands He's in it for the long term this snake has his own plans As long as he is around Afghanistan will remain un-safe For it is the Taliban; to whom he wants to really elevate He is the axis of evil with his soft demure words spoken Where' he will not be happy, until Afghanistan is broken To Afghanistan Ahmed Shah Massoud, was the Messiah And this snake is to Afghanistan its worse Satan pariah So, let’s not forget him, as this new Afghan war ensues As it will be Saleh, and Massoud’s son, he'll then peruse Indiana Shaw . . . -_-

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Date: 8/21/2021 6:06:00 PM
Hello Indiana ... each time these Taliban leaders speak, venom causing death is on the agenda. Any world leader who believes one word will have something to answer to - thanks Indiana - Lindsay
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Date: 8/21/2021 8:09:00 PM
No lie, Lindsay, I watched a video today of the Taliban spoke person we have been seeing on TV, crying, he had seen a video of the mad scramble of Afghans at the airport trying to get out and was crying why is everyone leaving, we only want to bring peace to Afghanistan, you just could not make that up, talk about crocodile tears . . .
Date: 8/21/2021 8:32:00 AM
People like him (all rebels) will always find a "cause" they can latch onto to advance their own agenda, and their will usually be hangers on to scrounge for the falloutl scraps.
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Date: 8/20/2021 1:13:00 PM
Snakes like that need their heads cut off. You have an extensive knowledge on Afghanistan Indiana. Tom
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Date: 8/20/2021 1:40:00 PM
Strange, Tom, because going back to 1975 as a child, Afghanistan was the only place I wanted to visit . . . : )