The American record in Afghanistan has not been good for 32 years, starting from July 1979, when the go ahead was given to fund extremist Islamists to fight the Communist government in Kabul, via Pakistan.
Then the switch to supporting and creating the Taliban from 1994, via Pakistan.
Then the invasion of the country using a false flag operation in 9/11 2001.
Then converting the whole country into one vast opium plantation for the banks of London and New York, and exporting the opium to many countries and continents affecting millions.
Then using the country as a super-base for covert ops in Pakistan, Iran, China and Central Asia.
Naturally NO-GOOD comes from the American presence in Afghanistan, ALL means must be marshaled to persuade the Americans to leave the medieval, and otherwise isolated country completely......with nothing left behind, including any embassy, or American NGO's, or the Peace Corps.
American puppets of Afghanistan cannot decide the destiny of the country, on the payroll of the CIA and drugs money.
There is no other option.
By therearenosunglasses.com and Presstv.com
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday expressed Moscow’s disapproval of the permanent deployment of United States military bases in Afghanistan and in Central Asia, Xinhua news agency reported.
“We do not understand how the proposed withdrawal of coalition forces from Afghanistan squares with US plans to set up major military bases in Afghanistan,” Lavrov said.
The senior Russian official noted that Moscow has discussed the issue with Afghan and US authorities, but “there are more questions than answers so far.”
“Moreover, information comes in periodically that our American colleagues want to expand their military presence in Central Asia,” Lavrov noted.
Meanwhile, loya jirga spokeswoman Safia Sediqi said on Thursday that Washington wants a complete media blackout over the conditions set in its strategic long-term deal with Kabul.
The loya jirga, called by President Hamid Karzai, kicked off in the Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday. The four-day traditional gathering discusses Afghanistan’s relationship with the United States, and is mainly centered on long-term US bases in Afghanistan after US-led foreign troops withdraw in 2014.
Afghan religious and political figures have voiced strong opposition to US plans to set up long-term or permanent military bases in the war-torn country.
The United States has failed to achieve its goals after 10 years of war in Afghanistan. Many parts of the Asian country still remain insecure despite the presence of nearly 150,000 US-led foreign forces there.
Experts believe Washington’s new strategy of establishing long-term military bases will only serve to raise anti-US sentiment among Afghans and neighboring countries.
Afghan people are against the plan, dismissing it as a ploy for indefinite neo-colonial occupation.