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In Kabul commented on the recognition of British Prince Harry in the liquidation of citizens of Afghanistan

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In Kabul commented on the recognition of British Prince Harry in the liquidation of citizens of Afghanistan

While serving in the Royal Armed Forces of Great Britain, Prince Harry personally eliminated 25 members of the Taliban *, which he mentioned in his recently published memoirs. According to the Taliban, therefore, he should be tried for war crimes.

One of the leaders of the movement wrote about this in his social networks.

High-ranking representatives of the Taliban *, who currently perform the functions of the official leadership of the country in Kabul, commented on the recognition of British Prince Harry in the liquidation of Afghan citizens.

Although officially the memoirs of the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, who also bears the title of Duke of Sussex, should not be officially released until January 10, the book has already accidentally gone on sale in Spain. There, the prince confesses that he personally killed 25 members of the Taliban *. He mentioned that he did not perceive them as people, but as chess pieces that he removed from the board.

The ones you killed weren't chess pieces, they were people, they had families waiting for them to return.

- commented on the memoirs of the Duke of Sussex, Assistant Minister of Internal Affairs of Afghanistan Anas Haqqani on his page on the social network.

He stated that not every one of those who killed the Afghans decided to confess to their war crimes, as Prince Harry did.

Our innocent people were chess pieces for your soldiers, military and political leaders. Still you are defeated in this game of white and black squares

Haqqani noted.


The Taliban* is an extremist organization banned in Russia.
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  1. Galleon
    Galleon 7 January 2023 15: 09
    +15
    A prince with the mindset of a killer, not even awkward in his memoirs. Worthy of contempt.
    For some reason, I can’t insert a link from YouTube https://youtu.be/3WgnHg9svpE - but remember
    Troy's film with Brad Pitt, where he says that he remembers all the people he killed.
    1. Dingo
      Dingo 7 January 2023 15: 17
      +4
      A prince with the mindset of a killer, not even awkward in his memoirs. Worthy of contempt.

      The red-haired boy is simply stupid. Worthy of regret.
      1. fiv
        fiv 7 January 2023 16: 00
        +2
        Yes, it's not smart. Just look at his dad. Old houses, old furniture, damp climate - they have a fungus in their brains since childhood
    2. Shurik70
      Shurik70 7 January 2023 15: 17
      +20
      The funny thing is that he will get scorn from everyone.
      From normal people - for their attitude to the murders.
      From the Taliban - for killing the Taliban.
      From the British military - for bringing "dirty laundry" to the public.
      From Western politicians - for telling the truth where he should have been silent.
      From Eastern politicians - for their crimes.
      In short, an empty head has found adventure on its ass
      1. Seryoga64
        Seryoga64 7 January 2023 15: 24
        +2
        Quote: Shurik70
        In short, an empty head has found adventure on its ass

        Well, I haven't found it yet. but looking hard
    3. Bolt cutter
      Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 15: 18
      +9
      A prince with an assassin's mindset
      He had to realize the inhumanity of the war and surrender to the Taliban (peaceful yes )?
      1. hohol95
        hohol95 7 January 2023 15: 34
        +7
        And accept Islam with all the rituals...
        And so does his wife...
        And move to Bagram or Kunduz or...
        To an adobe "camping" and start raising sheep, goats, growing Iceberg lettuce ...
        1. Bolt cutter
          Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 15: 39
          0
          breed sheep, goats
          And not only breeding wassat
      2. hohol95
        hohol95 7 January 2023 15: 40
        -1
        "The Heroin Road" (eng. Traffik; 1986) is a British television feature series about drug trafficking. It consists of six episodes.
        British serial about Britano-Pakistani shadow relations...
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 7 January 2023 17: 18
          +3
          Quote: hohol95
          "The Heroin Road" (eng. Traffik; 1986) is a British television feature series about drug trafficking. It consists of six episodes.

          There was such Hamid Karzai who controlled his own poppy fields that bloomed in the Pandsher Gorge, the Americans say we took it all, now we are launching the CIA, we are launching the American army. Let people graze, let them eat slowly. British: great, we are allies, give us some piece of Afghanistan too. We want you to give us the southernmost piece, the Southern Command zone. Why him? It's simple, the British say, the fact is that there is a border with Iran, and you have practically no relations with it since the eighties, and we have some kind of relationship, again, do not forget that Ayatollah Khomeini, although he flew in after the overthrow of the Shah on a French plane from Paris, but he had English guards and therefore the British traditionally trodden a tricky path into Islamic Iran.

           Everyone agreed that this was a good idea, several years pass and suddenly it turns out that in the zone of the British, where, from a generous heart, the Americans gave away the wonderful Southern zone, heroin production also began, shipments are made there 30 times more than in the zone where the Americans are sitting. Americans say: how so? Well, we don’t know, it’s purely a geographic feature, it turns out that the lands in the Helmand River valley where someone evicted the Tajiks at one time turned out to be more productive, so the poppy grows better, again, our British geneticists were a little shamanistic and the poppy was modified. As a result, a funny picture emerges about Afghanistan: the whole world is sure that the Americans, and the American army, are taking the gerych out of Afghanistan through the countries of Central Asia, through Odessa. And the main flow of heroin from Afghanistan actually goes through the Afghan-Iranian border all the time, from the southern regions the flow was 30 times more than from the place where the Americans were sitting. The whole world knows that the American army is collecting heroin somewhere in Afghanistan, and the British say: we just happened to be passing by.
      3. Horon
        Horon 7 January 2023 16: 03
        0
        Quote: Bolt Cutter
        A prince with an assassin's mindset
        He had to realize the inhumanity of the war and surrender to the Taliban (peaceful yes )?

        What for? Any politician is a potential killer, this is the cost of the profession, but the days when they tried to increase their political rating by listing the number of enemies or opponents killed are long gone.
        Although, apparently, those times will soon come again when silverware will again be diluted with goblets from the skulls of their opponents.
        1. Bolt cutter
          Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 16: 08
          +1
          Any politician is a potential killer, this is the cost of the profession
          At that time, he was not a politician, but a military man.
          1. Luminman
            Luminman 7 January 2023 16: 31
            +1
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            At that time, he was not a politician, but a soldier

            A member of the royal family since his birth - a politician ...
          2. The comment was deleted.
          3. tihonmarine
            tihonmarine 7 January 2023 17: 26
            0
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            At that time, he was not a politician, but a military man.


            First of all, he was a prince. The prince is the face of the nation and the kingdom.
    4. RoTTor
      RoTTor 7 January 2023 16: 04
      +1
      He is not a killer, but a real officer, a real participant in hostilities.
      The fact that the crown princes in the UK took part in hostilities, flew fighter jets and helicopters, where no granny queen would help them, is worthy and very reminiscent of our STALIN TIMES, when all the children of Politburo members were in the army and at the front, and in mostly pilots.
      Aren't you ashamed of the current unfortunate rulers?
      1. Osmodey
        Osmodey 7 January 2023 16: 47
        0
        The current rulers are not ashamed of anything - they live in a parallel world. These do not know our problems and aspirations - because there is no way to find out - they do not use public transport, they do not visit clinics, they do not visit their own shops, they live apart in closed villages. What to take from the thief
      2. bessonov932
        bessonov932 8 January 2023 21: 02
        +1
        100% right! Exactly! Elites are born in war. In the war, they confirm their status.
    5. tranquil
      tranquil 7 January 2023 16: 37
      +5
      They killed over a million people in Iraq and in the Middle East in general, together with the Americans, under the false pretext of Powell's test tubes, and did not even apologize. But such figures - it already looks like genocide. And everything is silent, as if nothing had happened. But Putin "poisoned" Alyoshka Ovalny - and immediately a killer.
    6. smart ass
      smart ass 7 January 2023 22: 29
      0
      You have to be such an idiot to brag about killing people. It would be better to wonder why he is killing citizens in a country on the other side of the planet!
    7. Aristarkh Pasechnik
      Aristarkh Pasechnik 8 January 2023 03: 36
      +1
      And when did the Anglo-Saxons experience dexterity? In India? In Australia? Yes, and in the same Canada, when the "Redskins" were killed?
  2. Vyacheslav57
    Vyacheslav57 7 January 2023 15: 16
    +2
    There, the prince confesses that he personally killed 25 members of the Taliban *

    Interesting to read the context in which this was said. But still, Prince Harry can be congratulated, he became another "blood" of Afghanistan. "My tongue is my enemy" - this is just the case.
    1. Alexga
      Alexga 7 January 2023 15: 24
      +9
      On this occasion, Prince Harry said the following: ""For me, this number [killed] is 25. This figure does not make me filled with pride, but it does not bother me either," the prince writes. So the author somewhat distorted the situation.
      1. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 7 January 2023 15: 36
        +1
        Quote: AlexGa
        ..... the figure does not make me filled with pride, but it does not bother me either," writes the prince." So the author somewhat distorted the situation.

        And the question arises? Why not proud? Modest in upbringing wassat Or do you think it's not enough? negative Worries?
      2. smart ass
        smart ass 7 January 2023 22: 30
        -3
        And I went to the store to buy groceries! I don't brag and I'm not embarrassed! Sounds about the same
    2. Reptiloid
      Reptiloid 7 January 2023 15: 37
      -1
      Quote: Vyacheslav57
      ...... he became another "blood" of Afghanistan. "My tongue is my enemy" - this is just the case.

      What was the prince thinking, I wonder, when he wrote?
      By comparison, the Saudi prince is much smarter.
      1. Bolt cutter
        Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 15: 43
        0
        The Saudi prince is much smarter.
        He doesn't know how to write books.
  3. Andrea
    Andrea 7 January 2023 15: 22
    +6
    I marked a place for a hole on my forehead.
    How now to shout about humanism, if the royal family does not consider others to be people.
    One could understand: I killed the enemy, but removed the chess pieces ..?
    Colonial thinking sits in them genetically.
    1. Alexga
      Alexga 7 January 2023 15: 30
      +1
      , but removed the chess pieces ..

      This term was used not by Harry, but by Anas Haqqani, assistant to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Afghanistan.
      1. AlexVas44
        AlexVas44 7 January 2023 15: 37
        +2
        Anas Haqqani comments on what the prince said:
        ... the prince confesses that he personally killed 25 members of the Taliban *. He mentioned that he did not perceive them as people, but as chess pieces that he removed from the board.
  4. Lech from Android.
    Lech from Android. 7 January 2023 15: 25
    +7
    I will not be sorry if a response flies to his forehead from Afghanistan.
  5. al3x
    al3x 7 January 2023 15: 26
    +5
    Has there already been a bounty on his red head, or is the price yet to be determined?
  6. Lech from Android.
    Lech from Android. 7 January 2023 15: 33
    -3
    Quote: al3x
    Has there already been a bounty on his red head, or is the price yet to be determined?

    Now he should look back all his life, he will have to answer to the Almighty for his crimes.
    1. Bolt cutter
      Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 15: 37
      +6
      for their crimes will have to answer to the Almighty.
      He is a military man. His grandmother started the war. He went to fight for the interests of the Crown and kill those who try to kill him. Was he supposed to hang out in Saint-Tropez instead and drink champagne for a thousand bottles? He would not have been able to leave his country for England and pour slop from there laughing
      So what should he be responsible for? For military duty?
      1. Lech from Android.
        Lech from Android. 7 January 2023 15: 47
        +1
        What did he lose in Afghanistan thousands of miles from Britain?
        I saw how Afghan peasants were killed, teenagers like the British military ... just because it seemed suspicious.
        Not in combat...that's a war crime.
        And if an Afghan military man, just like this prince, comes to Britain and kills an English citizen in the name of his values, then how will it look?
        1. Bolt cutter
          Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 15: 58
          -1
          Afghan peasants, teenagers
          A huge danger to the British was these very dickers-taliban informers. When they began to shoot, the number of attacks on the soldiers dropped sharply. Hearing the British cars, the locals simply hid - and everyone was happy and the ballmen were safe. This is what my buddy told me.
          What did he lose in Afghanistan thousands of miles from Britain?
          He fought with religious fanatics from the Taliban. Compared to them, "Azov" - with its Nazi quirks - is just a kindergarten.
          I have seen
          Were you part of the British contingent or the American? wassat
          1. Lech from Android.
            Lech from Android. 7 January 2023 16: 22
            +3
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            You were part of the British contingent or the American

            No... but sometimes the video from the smartphones of this contingent seeps into the world.
            In general, it will be fun to shoot British radicals in England itself ... it's no secret that British special forces are conducting sabotage and subversive operations against us ... and following your logic, they must be destroyed in their homeland.
            1. Bolt cutter
              Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 16: 56
              +1
              it will be funny to shoot British radicals in England itself
              London is not Kharkov, sorry.
        2. Rustic
          Rustic 7 January 2023 17: 09
          -3
          I saw how Afghan peasants were killed, teenagers like the British military...
          Do you think the prince did not kill women and children in the same way? It's just not even boastful. Okay, there are military men, he at least counted these. And the other hundred other Afghan women and children are nothing to him at all. This is what English fascism is like.
        3. would
          would 7 January 2023 23: 38
          +1
          What did he lose in Afghanistan thousands of miles from Britain?


          He was sent there by the country whose soldier he was. Of course, I understand that for you it is absolutely incomprehensible how the son of the country's elite can not hang out and go to war ...
      2. fiv
        fiv 7 January 2023 16: 31
        +2
        That is, he is a good colonialist, as he fought for the crown. And the bad colonialists are those who didn't fight.
      3. Luminman
        Luminman 7 January 2023 16: 34
        +2
        Quote: Bolt Cutter
        He went to fight for the interests of the Crown and kill those who try to kill him.

        Please explain how the Taliban, who are thousands of kilometers away, could kill this groom's son? And what such interests of the crown can be thousands of kilometers away?
        1. Bolt cutter
          Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 16: 57
          +2
          what such interests of the crown can be thousands of kilometers away?
          And what interests did the Politburo of the USSR have there? And what was the Soviet contingent doing there?
          1. Luminman
            Luminman 7 January 2023 17: 17
            +2
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            And what was the Soviet contingent doing there?

            You are probably not familiar with geography. Pick up a map and see how long the Soviet-Afghan border was...
            1. Bolt cutter
              Bolt cutter 7 January 2023 17: 39
              0
              was the Soviet-Afghan border.
              So why did the troops of the USSR cross this border?
        2. would
          would 7 January 2023 23: 39
          +4
          And what such interests of the crown can be thousands of kilometers away?


          Geopolitical. Never heard of such a word?
          1. Luminman
            Luminman 8 January 2023 03: 40
            -2
            Quote: rait
            Geopolitical. Never heard of such a word?

            Only now the Taliban simply do not care about this very geopolitics. This pig, who considered himself a prince, killed them and their children. I would very much like to lead this bastard in the Taliban court ... wink
            1. would
              would 8 January 2023 13: 42
              +2
              Ordinary Taliban, yes, as they say, "each Taliban can only count up to 30." But their management knows better than you what it is.

              This pig that thinks he's a prince has been killing them and from children


              Such claims require proof. Do you have them?
      4. smart ass
        smart ass 7 January 2023 22: 34
        -3
        Uma should have had enough to answer vaguely, but he served, he performed tasks ... the pasans from the Taliban have no statute of limitations for crimes
      5. your1970
        your1970 9 January 2023 12: 49
        0
        Quote: Bolt Cutter
        So what should he be responsible for? For military duty?

        I knew and know a lot of people - those who really fought, as well as those who were nearby ...
        First- never they didn’t say and they won’t say “I killed so many people / I fired a machine gun and they fell / I crushed them with a tank / and the like ..”
        The second - "Yes, I shed blood !! / I write on the boot of a murdered comrade / they pearled, and I laid them down in rows" ..
        It seems to me that he is from the second. Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems to me so

        Z.Y.
        And yes - from their own observations, again - the second ones are more dangerous than the first ones, being drunk / stoned - they try to get closer to the first ones but they it seems - that they do not believe.
  7. Amateur
    Amateur 7 January 2023 15: 37
    +4
    Prince Harry once again reminded that he is a Nazi.
    1. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 7 January 2023 16: 23
      +1
      Both princes are "good". In the memoirs, Prince Harry tells the background of this photo. Harry turned to Prince William and his wife Megan for advice on how to dress as a Nazi or a pirate. Coventry, during the battle for the sky of England, turned over in coffins more than once.
  8. rocket757
    rocket757 7 January 2023 15: 38
    +1
    In Kabul commented on the recognition of British Prince Harry in the liquidation of citizens of Afghanistan
    . Well, yes, what a surprise.
    So, what is next? Riot in the "noble family"?
  9. Herman 4223
    Herman 4223 7 January 2023 15: 41
    0
    I hope he didn't shoot any kids. I strongly doubt the exploits of this person, if there really is so much blood on him, then it will surely turn out later that there were a couple of people with a machine gun.
  10. Sergey T19
    Sergey T19 7 January 2023 15: 43
    +3
    What kind of prince is he? He is the son of a groom with whom Princess Diana played tricks.
  11. Dmitry Karabanov
    Dmitry Karabanov 7 January 2023 16: 06
    +3
    And why does our Foreign Ministry not want to start a dialogue with the Taliban? Stop "swinging" the West with sanctions against the DPRK, Iran, Afghanistan!
    1. tranquil
      tranquil 7 January 2023 16: 44
      +3
      Some dialogue with the Taliban is maintained. After all, they even came to Moscow with a delegation.
  12. hohol95
    hohol95 7 January 2023 16: 08
    +5
    But a legitimate question to the "Taliban" arises.
    Their "ancestors" from various groups, how did they "see" Soviet military personnel and civilian specialists?
    Like "chess pawns" or worse?
  13. Luminman
    Luminman 7 January 2023 16: 40
    +2
    Well, family! The youngest son is some son of a royal groom, married to a black woman, and also a fan of showing off in a Nazi uniform. The eldest son is of some kind of murky orientation, a big fan of poking an artificial penis into his anus. Another heir to the throne! Daddy - he's Karl, frankly gay, as all British tabloids are now writing about. Mother is an ordinary slut... All this can be found both in Russian and foreign publications...
  14. faterdom
    faterdom 7 January 2023 16: 51
    +1
    A heroic prince on a white horse.
    It's not cool, books lie. It is necessary to defend Bakhmut, together with the Cossack Chupryna - you can take Liza with you, not the queer that died, but the tracer.
    Then there will be something to write about if he is alive.
    Here you are not Afghanistan with the Taliban, here "hey musicians - where are your notes, there is a lot of work waiting for you today."
    If Pope Carlo III lets go, of course.
  15. Osmodey
    Osmodey 7 January 2023 16: 55
    -1
    If someone has forgotten, then these are all the same Taliban (an organization banned in the Russian Federation) who killed Soviet soldiers from 1979 to 1989.
    1. nepunamemuk
      nepunamemuk 8 January 2023 20: 37
      +1
      Taliban organized in 1994
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A2%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%B1%D0%B0%D0%BD
  16. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 7 January 2023 16: 57
    0
    Our innocent people have been chess pieces for your soldiers, military and political leaders. Still you are defeated in this game of white and black squares

    Haqqani noted.

    In Ukraine, for the Anglo-Saxons, there are also no people, only chess pieces, but Ukrainians think that their people are counted.
  17. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 7 January 2023 17: 37
    0
    While serving in the Royal Armed Forces of Great Britain, Prince Harry personally eliminated 25 members of the Taliban

    Somehow I didn’t find a single word anywhere that the Taliban fought in the UK, but in Afghanistan, Britain grew poppy fields and received huge money from this, I read a lot. And they defended the fields, these are the "harriki".
  18. Herman 4223
    Herman 4223 7 January 2023 18: 19
    -1
    “There, the prince confesses that he personally killed 25 members of the Taliban *. He mentioned that he did not perceive them as people, but as chess pieces that he removed from the board.”
    And when he raped women there represented a rubber doll?
    Or does he not admit it?
  19. would
    would 7 January 2023 18: 34
    +1
    Meanwhile, Topwar is getting closer to the yellow press. I was surprised to find that none of the readers were embarrassed by the lack of a quote. Actually here she is

    I could always tell exactly how many enemy combatants I killed... So my number is 25. It didn't fill me with pride, but I didn't feel ashamed either.


    AND? Where is the very "liquidation" about which the author of this yellow note writes? Where are the very "terrible war crimes" about which the news tells?

    And so for smart people, nothing sensational or even just new. In Afghanistan, fighting took place between the Western coalition and the Taliban movement, which is still recognized as a terrorist movement in the Russian Federation. During the fighting, combatants shoot at each other and sometimes get killed. Prince Harry was one of the combatants.
    1. Kuzmitsky
      8 January 2023 16: 54
      0
      I didn’t quite understand what the quote you cited specifies, and why the note “turns yellow” without it. The quote says that the prince did not eliminate 25 people, but simply killed. The same ball, only in profile. It is also said that Harry does not experience any negative or positive emotions about this. In general, killed and killed. A very "valuable" clarification. Of course, this changes everything.

      "Where are the terrible crimes?" - for some reason, the commentator asks with irony. And the answer to this question depends on the point of view.

      From the point of view of Prince Harry, this is not a crime, but the performance of military duty during hostilities. And from the point of view of the Taliban, who are now in fact the official government in their country, this is a crime. Harry came to Afghanistan, and, in their opinion, illegally, and killed 25 of its citizens, moreover, from among the representatives of the current ruling movement. That is, they committed, from their point of view, the gravest criminal offense, and even confessed to it .

      In no case do I sympathize with the Taliban, I simply state their position.

      You can consider the British military in Afghanistan as participants in a military conflict, that is, combatants, or as uninvited occupiers on the other side of the Earth. Who likes it better.

      Now about the criticism of Topwar. It is not clear what exactly the commentator disagrees with and what is surprising. It seems that he refutes and proves something, but it is difficult to understand what exactly. Moreover, the author of the note, to whom the criticism is addressed, does not express his position on this issue in the article, but only provides information.
      1. would
        would 9 January 2023 06: 06
        0
        . The quote says that the prince did not eliminate 25 people, but simply killed. The same ball, only in profile.


        For a civilian, yes. And the military man perfectly distinguishes between murder as such and the destruction of the enemy in battle, and is well aware that the difference between this is huge. And the quote specifies exactly this, and it is not the only one, and for example Harry writes that he did it as a helicopter pilot.

        for some reason, the commentator asks with irony. And the answer to this question depends on the point of view.


        For a civilian, yes, for a military man, no one's "point of view" matters. The military knows that a long time ago, the "high contracting parties" gathered and formalized what is now known as the "laws and customs of war." Who can count as you like, the military will use them.

        The laws and customs of war clearly state that the destruction of the enemy in battle is not a crime and cannot be judged for this. Again, a military man understands why.

        Well, civilians tell us about some points of view, terrible crimes, a tear of a child, and so on.

        You can consider the British military in Afghanistan as participants in a military conflict, that is, combatants, or as uninvited occupiers on the other side of the Earth. Who likes it better.


        "Uninvited occupiers" = combatants.

        Now about the criticism of Topwar. It is not clear what exactly the commentator disagrees with and what is surprising. It seems that he refutes and proves something, but it is difficult to understand what exactly. Moreover, the author of the note, to whom the criticism is addressed, does not express his position on this issue in the article, but only provides information.


        Do you often talk about yourself in the third person? lol

        And so you (and not only) everything is crystal clear. By quoting a statement from only one side without specifying what exactly it is about, you have exposed Prince (or is he no longer a prince?) Harry as a war criminal who did something terrible. Already commentators are writing about the murders of children and extrajudicial executions. And as soon as you add a quote, everything falls into place, but the news abruptly ceases to be "fried". On the "news" that in the war combatants kill each other, you will not gather much popularity.

        A typical example of propaganda and the same yellow press. Now it is most often found in Ukrainian and Western media disinformation. There, too, "they do not express their opinion in any way, but only present information."
  20. Alexeevich0010
    Alexeevich0010 7 January 2023 18: 37
    0
    hmm ... if the prince had brains, he would have gobbled up a draft of his "memoirs"
  21. faterdom
    faterdom 8 January 2023 00: 38
    +1
    Quote: Osmodey
    If someone has forgotten, then these are all the same Taliban (an organization banned in the Russian Federation) who killed Soviet soldiers from 1979 to 1989.

    There was no Taliban then - it appeared already in the second half of the 90s.
    During the OKSV in Afghanistan, there was the so-called "Alliance of Seven" or the Peshawar Seven - the largest gangs of Pashtuns (the most prominent Hekmatyar and Rabbani), and the "Panjeer Lion" Ahmad Shah Masud - the military-political leader of the Afghan Tajiks, who later openly feuded with the Taliban , but killed by Alkida's saboteurs. Also, part of the Khazarians was supported by the then Iran, and in the east by their proteges from the Turkestanis - by the PRC.
    Here Bin Laden was already with his "Base" from Arab mercenaries, but then he did not play a big role, unlike Saudi money.
  22. Igor Rusa
    Igor Rusa 8 January 2023 09: 31
    0
    Guys, I remember the events of a long time ago, they were shown on TV, in the news. Harry scribbled from a machine gun while in cover on high ground for the Taliban. I then thought: for sure, everything was orchestrated in the style of Hollywood, the unfortunate Afghans were bribed by the British special services to go to certain death in order to raise the rating of the royal family, and raise the patriotic spirit of the British. Maybe I'm wrong, but I still hold this opinion. I would like to be refuted by professional bodyguards and filmmakers.
  23. ratoborets
    ratoborets 8 January 2023 12: 00
    +4
    Harry, of course, is dumb, and the British crown committed bloody crimes all over the world.

    But there is one thing ... a member of the royal family, the prince is going to kill savages for his grandmother, for the British crown, and not lie down in the Maldives or sail on superyachts, like the children of "our" oligarchs and politicians. "Ours" was specially put in quotation marks.
  24. the same doctor
    the same doctor 9 January 2023 12: 33
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    But what about those Western politicians who admit to shooting at Russian soldiers? In the same Afghanistan, in Ukraine? Do the Taliban love their fellow citizens more?
  25. Prisoner
    Prisoner 9 January 2023 13: 21
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    Liar and cattle. Even after a very serious "war", none of our guys spoke about who and how many Basmachi "neutralized". In general, talking about the details of quality and quantity was a taboo that no one introduced. Only the commander in the reports without emotions, dryly reported in numbers. But mostly they were just silent, grinding and experiencing all these events inside themselves. And thanks to the author of the lines
    "Do not judge the soldiers!
    Our share is
    to fight in the war,
    Fulfilling military duty.
    And don't think that
    We are soulless pawns!
    After all, a soldier is not an executioner,
    For the Fatherland, a sinner ... "(c)
    And this nonentity boasts like hunting trophies. Cattle full, Anglo-Saxon!!!
  26. Alexfly
    Alexfly 12 January 2023 15: 34
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    The Taliban can close their shop ... The fact that Harry took part in the fighting, honor and praise to him ... How many high-ranking people can be proud of this? And the fact that he wrote down his memoirs was that he went about his lawful one, instead of pointing her to a place or a door ...