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    • Mike-SMO

      The Taliban don’t like “thieves”. How’z about they do Washington. Lots of “thieves” there. And they do parades. Sounds like a plan. Then Zed & Sam can arrange to have them all bused up east for a belated party. Then, maybe, some traditional Napalm, or whatever new name it has been given. Then, again, I hear that the Tallies have a thing for the thermobarics to finish up a “special” dinner party. Clears the palate and the table in one flash.

      The Bidenites couldn’t wait to fly their rainbow flag in Kabul. I bet they can’t understand why that might not be a good idea in a traditional culture that is still big on “Bachi Bazi” (Sp?) (i.e. Dancing Boys) as party favors. I am surprised that the Tallies were so accomodating to the departing Perv Party.

      Say …..Where’s Hunter?

      • DogByte6RER

        The Taliban have a history of sodomizing little boys so … maybe they would be receptive to the LGBTQ?!# rainbow flag. Snark …

        Officially … Islam criminalizes such sex acts. But when I was deployed to the Persian Gulf numerous times during the 1980s we were briefed and cautioned not to get drunk around the Muslim Arab men, even in the Western hotels. The scuttlebutt going around had been that a Navy Chief had gotten drunk the month prior and was taken a hotel room by a pair of Muslim men and raped.

        https://www.dailywire.com/news/not-acceptable-uae-citizens-furious-at-us-embassy-for-flying-pride-flag

        Anyways … these flags and banners are just stupid, vapid, virtue signaling and moral preening by out of touch State Department elitists and Deep State corruptocrats.

        BLM banners were displayed at US embassies worldwide as well … so how did all this work out for the US Embassy Kabul?!? The embassy fiddled with virtue signaling while a storm was gathering and coming for them.

        The US personnel returning stateside from Kabul should all be fired and sent to the unemployment lines …

        https://nypost.com/2021/05/25/us-embassies-fly-blm-flags-to-remember-george-floyd/

        • eon

          One of the colors in that “pride” flag is green, which is the sacred color of Islam. I’m surprised that the “multicultural sensitivity” crowd couldn’t figure out that this would piss off Muslims.

          Right now CNN is “negotiating” with the Taliban to get their people out of the Ashcan. I’m guessing the Taliban are demanding that all female employees remain and become good Muslim “wives”.

          I expect CNN to quietly agree, in the hopes of getting their male employees out with their asses unviolated.

          clear ether

          eon

        • interventor

          Much as I hate the Talib, they got their start in Kandahar, opposing the rape of young boys. Then, went down hill, fast.

        • Roland Deshain

          George Floyd was no hero! A half an hour later he would have been just another dead drug addict. He did nothing heroic but to die of an overdose while in admittedly rough handling by police. The progs were just looking for a good excuse to riot.

      • interventor

        D0D demilitarized the last of the napalm. You might have encountered the results. Like Ivory soap?

  • Kafiroon

    Kids driving now used a short bus with well slobbered on windows.

  • JTC

    White IS the new black.

    I want my reparations.

  • JTC

    Sorry about this Chris but this was the final comment on “yesterday’s” ‘toon…so ironic you wouldn’t think it could be true:

    Psychlone Ranger
    Aug 16 2021 at 10:37 pm

    A lot of posts on the helicopter evac going on in Kabul. One of my more observant sources noticed that the tail number on the Chinook is the same as the helo that took diplomats off the roof in Saigon!

    Same bird, same scenario, 46 years apart. T/N 154038
    Link: https://gunfreezone.net/im-not-the-only-one-who-noticed/“

    • Henry

      And apparently this was its final trip… it has been disabled and left at Kabul International.

      • After such a long and faithful if ignoble service life.

        Now another trove of spare parts for the sand n—-rs if our guys don’t give it a proper end and torch it…

  • Halley

    None of this constant clusterf#*k would be possible if not for all the many Republicans who enabled, supported, lied about and are now desperately helping cover-up the massive election fraud of 2020.

    There are no words.

    • Mark B.

      There are words.
      Or, at least, A word.
      Treason.
      Treason has consequences.
      Ammunition may be scarce and hard to find right now, but rope is still plentiful and available.

      • As to consequences, I asked NYIAC yesterday when he said the same about the ripping of the Constitution…

        What consequences? And when? Please show your work (cites).

        • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

          NJTC,
          Re: the ripping of the Constitution; I look at it this way, “if the law (or lack thereof) does not protect me from thee, it equally does not protect thee from me.”

          • JTC

            True it doesn’t, but so far at least and as far as I know, they’ve ripped ours* a hell of a lot more than we’ve ripped theirs*.

            *new/expanded assholes that is…

      • Pamela

        It’s also environmentally friendly and reusable.
        So the cost per use is good.

        • interventor

          And, may be cut into small pieces and given as souvenirs.

  • Bill G

    Conservative is the new black. And the ‘Privilege’ being shown these days isn’t White Privilege, it’s Elite Liberal Privilege. Or a State Of Grace conferred by those Elite Liberals.

  • Mort

    Yesterday, actual ‘Cave Men’ took over in Afghanistan; no wonder people were seen running for their lives,
    hanging off of airplanes, some falling to their death, or crushed under the wheels.

    For a president we have an actual Chauncey Gardener from the movie “Being There” his decisions all through
    his political life (don`t think he ever had a job) from all accounts I have heard, were wrong.
    Biden was warned about a rapid pull out, and it was ignored.

    The departure of all our military in the middle of the night with no notice, sent the message to the well trained
    Afghani army that the US had seen the writing on the wall, the Taliban has the support of Iran, China, and Russia.
    Americans have seen that it will be fruitless to continue to go on in Afghanistan, and are ‘Getting out of Dodge’.
    The Afghanis would no longer have the air support, and intelligence so necessary to continue the fight.
    Also, know that the Afghanis have lost 50,000 in the fight against the Taliban.

    Ever since the end of WWII we have kept troops in many countries; that has deterred any who might plan to invade.
    We aren`t talking about a lot troops in Afghanistan, compared to Germany, Italy, South Korea, and Japan,
    2500 left in A. is nothing, and it would keep morale high, instead, we abandon them in the middle of the night.

    The US has a history of abandoning its former allies, Trump abandoned the Kurds, who had been faithful fighters
    with us, the Saigon fiasco is well known, I`m sure there are others not so famous.

    It is up to the President to do the right thing, but this guy is Incompetent….if they will get everyone out of
    A. remains to be seen. The Taliban will force girls as young as 9 years old into marriages, women will be
    required to wear full bodied Burkas, and the Blood bath that will follow as the Taliban hunts down and
    murders anyone thought to have helped the US will be like something out of “Game of Thrones”.

  • cb

    Evacuating combatants before noncombatants was a conscious, calculated command decision. Why?

  • S'aaruuk

    I think this latest clusterf**k of the B&H sh*tshow might just be the tipping/breaking point I’ve been concerned about. Watch the movie “V for Vendetta”, see if you don’t notice the parallel of the script and what’s been transpiring here for the past year+. Maybe that might explain why the DHS has “reevaluated” it’s criteria on what characteristics might be considered indicators that certain people are “potential domestic terrorists.”

    These “indicators” targets pretty much 90% of the US population in general…….and practically ALL conservatives in particular.

    You can cap this off with Dementia Joe’s statement that he’s more concerned about getting random foreign nationals out of Kabul/A-stan than he is American Citizens and you have the fuse is now lit.

    The anger is building to a critical point and as one of the characters in the movie stated, “then someone is going to do something stupid.”

    It will be at this point that the sh*t will definitely hit the fan.

  • John

    After my rant yesterday I had time to reflect on what I said.
    It has been said that we have been blessed in our history by seemingly ridiculous confluences of circumstance, chief among them the conclave of brains, education, and motivation that gave us our Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
    Could we now, in our shame, have had yet another “accident”?
    We spent God Knows How Much Treasure and not a little blood over the last 20 years training both our own Military (the hard way) and the Afghans only to leave behind some pretty impressive hardware and those same Afghans.
    We really don’t have a legitimate stake there and logically should have left long ago, especially after building an all-too-impressive counter terror structure here.
    So, what are we left with?
    An Afghanistan that can chew up and spit out all comers that is a long long way from here and dead in the middle of our enemies. And their morale is incredibly high at this point. They just “beat” the Great Satan after all.
    Perhaps, instead of being morose, we should just sit back, crack open a cool one, and watch the show.

    • My takeaways from there:

      “Cheery” Stated and taken ironically of course.

      and:

      “You’re screwed.” Slyly excluding the encompassing “we” for some reason…does Clair not think she is screwed like the rest of us?

      and finally,

      WNGTVOWOOT. Word. Or rather, Acronym. But yeah. That’s been proven already and don’t think for a minute that all of our people’s efforts to prove it won’t be instead used to reinforce it, what with showing them all the weak spots to plug for “next time”.

      So we should not focus on next time or even think that the system can be fixed and used to escape from the fate they have waiting for us.

      Conflict awaits, of some type, and sooner than later if we want to survive to engage it. Separation, secession, insurrection, call it what you will, but…

      Constitutional Republic of America (CRA) before it’s too late.

  • PCChaos

    A plan: load a couple of C17s with Pantifa and BLM types, one way ticket to Kabul. Let’em duke it out with the boys in charge. Victor gets their own CHAZ. USA wins. And then I woke up.

  • Mike-SMO

    U.S. cities are a relic of the 19th Century and a camp for the useless. Those areas used to get support since they could sell their “votes”. Now the Corruptocrats and their allies in the Chamber (pot) of Corruption can make theirown votes without the financial burden of supporting the various wild-life preserves. When asked about the U.S. responsibility to Afghanistan, Biden apparently replied, “F__k that!….”. The Bidenites apparently feel no responsibility for anything or anyone. I would feel it appropriate that “Team Ghetto” gets abandoned, but where do you think those poor, starving, “defectives” will go to get what they want?

    “Incoming!”

    • cb

      “The Bidenites apparently feel no responsibility for anything or anyone.” They lack empathy.

      Empathy and other forms of social awareness are important in the development of a moral sense. Morality embraces a person’s beliefs about the appropriateness or goodness of what he does, thinks, or feels. Their “equipment” is lacking. They understand only one language: self-interest. The social institutions that reified, propagated and administered empathy have imploded. The nuclear family, the closely-knit extended clan, the village, the neighborhood, the Church- have all unraveled.

      https://www.healthyplace.com/personality-disorders/malignant-self-love/empathy-and-personality-disorders

  • interventor

    I read that charities are planning to resettle some Afghanis in the DC area. They are seeking gift cards for hotels in DC. Especially, hotels with suites, for families. DC, since I departed in 2009, became an encampment for the homeless. With extreme lawlessness, of course. Afghanis may request a return to Kabul after a month or so.

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