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USA anlitar al-Qaida och Talibaner till att återuppbygga Afghanistan - får feta kontrakt...

En ny rapport visar att USA anlitar både Talibaner och al-Qaida i Afghanistan...

The Resident: US protects al Qaeda due process

Publicerad den 2 aug 2013
According to a report from Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, John Sopko, some of the US military contractors in Afghanistan are known supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda. 

And according to officials in the Army Suspension and Debarment Office, they can't cut off those contracts based solely on the report, as that would be a violation of the contractors' due process rights. The Resident (aka Lori Harfenist) discusses.

 Rebeller i Libyen firar att de infört demokrati genom att vifta med al-Qaidas flagga...

The U.S. Military Has Awarded Contracts To Al-Qaeda In Afghanistan

August 1, 2013

I  suppose it just wasn’t enough that our allies, “the rebels” in Syria, have significant Al-Qaeda elements to them. No, we are the USA! USA! Best country ever. Defender of human rights. City on a hill. We must do far more than that. So we did.

This story below from Bloomberg, highlights a 236-page report by the U.S. Army Suspension and Debarment Office, which shows that military contracts have been granted to the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. Yep, this is exactly what happens when an empire gets too big, too corrupt, and ends up in the hands of a bunch of sociopaths. From Bloomberg:
Supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan have been getting U.S. military contracts, and American officials are citing “due process rights” as a reason not to cancel the agreements, according to an independent agency monitoring spending.
“- I am deeply troubled that the U.S. military can pursue, attack, and even kill terrorists and their supporters, but that some in the U.S. government believe we cannot prevent these same people from receiving a government contract,” Sopko said.
The 236-page report and Sopko’s summary provide one of the watchdog agency’s most critical appraisals of U.S. performance in helping to build a stable Afghanistan as the Pentagon prepares to withdraw combat troops by the end of next year.
The U.S. has 60,000 troops in Afghanistan, with plans to reduce the number to 34,000 by February. President Barack Obama hasn’t decided how many to keep in the country after 2014 to train Afghan forces and engage in anti-terrorist missions.
“Anti-terrorist missions.” Like what, rewarding them lucrative contracts?
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