The whole cycle is starting again.
Many are predicting the U.S. will quickly return to war in Afghanistan, sparking endless concerns and possibilities of a Deep State conspiracy.
The evidence is there, laid out perfectly for us to see.
Botched intelligence reports following the Sept. 11th terrorists attacks caused then-President George W. Bush to catapult America into a military conflict that still remains today. Since Biden’s failed evacuation and withdrawal mission, the Taliban has returned in full force, this time with a more “businesslike” image. Outrage has since ensued as Biden was unable to safeguard Afghanistan from the Taliban, and couldn’t even protect his own troops. ISIS-K suicide bombers succeed in their mission to blow up U.S. troops before the evacuation mission was completed.
Now, Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director Leon Panetta warned Sunday that the withdrawal of military forces from Afghanistan could pave the way for future attacks on the United States if al Qaeda reforms under the new Taliban regime.
It’s almost like Deep State actors and Neocons want to constantly be at war. Wonder why?
Panetta, who served under former President Barack Obama , alluded to a recent interview in which a spokesman for the Taliban denied any evidence that Osama bin Laden was involved in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.
“And if that is the case, then it’s clear to me that they’re going to continue to support al Qaeda and allow al Qaeda to basically continue to develop and expand,” Panetta said.
“And I think they will plan additional attacks on our country, as well as elsewhere.”
Biden is all-too familiar with Panetta as the two both served in Barack Obama’s administration. George W. Bush handed down this mess to Team Obama, and the entire cabinet simply made matters worse, supporting and funding endless war with taxpayer dollars.
It wasn’t until Donald Trump assumed office that a reasonable, peaceful plan was to be executed.
When asked about what the U.S. accomplished during its 20-year war in Afghanistan, Panetta said, “We were successful at making sure that the United States did not suffer another 9/11 attack … We were able to go after bin Laden and get someone who was in charge of the attack on our country and send a message to the world that nobody attacks us and gets away with it.”
Like many people in the intelligence community who have raised doubts that the Taliban will stand by their promise to protect women and refrain from committing human rights abuses, Panetta held firm to his belief that the Taliban will falter in their ability to keep the region stable.
This weekend, Joe Biden mockingly responded to a reporter’s question asking if he believes Al Qaeda will come back.
Joe’s response is disturbing
While visiting Pennsylvania to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Saturday, U.S. President Joe Biden defended the chaotic withdrawal process from Afghanistan. #JoeBiden #September11th pic.twitter.com/4eNLQDKi6T
— ANews (@anews) September 12, 2021
Author: Sebastian Hayworth