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What is actually happening in Afghanistan, as the entire democratic press is silent

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In Afghanistan, NATO and US troops engage in combat with the Mujahideen every day, suffer losses, the Mujahideen control almost 75% of the country’s territory.
What is actually happening in Afghanistan, as the entire democratic press is silent


Western media prefer to avoid all this silence.
Watch a documentary video shot during an attack on an army convoy and you will see how Mujahideen behave freely, they fight almost without disguise, even caused by aviation they are not very scared.
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    1. Prokop
      Prokop 16 May 2013 18: 55 New
      30
      It’s a sin, of course, to rejoice at the death of people and sympathy for the Afghan Mujahiddin, I don’t drink, but America and its sixes brewed this Afghan porridge for us, so now let it itself stew with a full spoon, Bon appetit!
      1. Hudo
        Hudo 16 May 2013 20: 06 New
        21
        I also do not sympathize with the Taliban Mujahideen, nevertheless let them continue to hammer to the full of democratizers. The Taliban and MANPADS would not be hindered by mines, weapons and ammunition, so that the Pindos and their lackeys could feel at least slightly as our guys did in the 0s, when caravans from "democratic countries" went to Afghanistan in a continuous stream, and Western journalists had fun for the "international community" "filmed how hollow our columns, finish off our wounded ...
      2. Uhalus
        Uhalus 17 May 2013 00: 18 New
        +2
        Well, once the tame rats began to rush at the owners ... For what they fought - they ran into it!
    2. Geokingxnumx
      Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 19: 04 New
      11
      Quote: fortuneophile
      So, Mishiko pays meat for joining NATO.

      Mishiko doesn't give a damn about people's lives! and not Mishiko pays but the Georgian people! oh yes I know that you will not see Gruzinov but by politeness with the dead!
      1. fortunophile
        fortunophile 16 May 2013 19: 10 New
        16
        Quote: GEOKING95
        oh yes I know that you will not see Gruzinov but by politeness with the dead!

        I have Georgian comrades, quite worthy people, though there is someone among them who supports Mishiko, even once an argument was made - he (Mishiko) in Tbilisi put and planted greenery for every tree of the police, otherwise he would have been drained of firewood. I am not an enemy of the Georgians, I understand your problems (the EBN has done no less for us), I wish you to get out of the “throwing course” and to grow stronger and live well, but peacekeepers who have died will still never disappear from the memory of the Russians. hi
        I re-read my post, if you are talking about it
        I am pleased when two enemies clung to each other and only shreds fly

        it’s about NATO. hi
        1. Geokingxnumx
          Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 19: 16 New
          16
          Quote: fortuneophile
          I have Georgian comrades, quite worthy people, though there is someone among them who supports Mishiko, even once an argument was made - he (Mishiko) in Tbilisi put and planted greenery for every tree of the police, otherwise he would have been drained of firewood. I am not an enemy of the Georgians, I understand your problems (the EBN has done no less for us), I wish you to get out of the “throwing course” and to grow stronger and live well, but peacekeepers who have died will still never disappear from the memory of the Russians.

          sorry for my hasty verdict hi
          and I wish you all the best!
          Quote: fortuneophile
          but peacekeepers who died all the same will never disappear from the memory of the Russians.

          and this is correct! Well, among Georgians, too, 90 and 2008 will not disappear from memory! Everyone has their own tragedy, and in all wars, good and bad people die,
          1. fortunophile
            fortunophile 16 May 2013 19: 44 New
            +5
            Quote: GEOKING95
            sorry for my hasty verdict

            It's okay, I'm not touchy. In addition, I understand that he made the wrong comment by posting information about the death of Georgian military personnel, and then was glad that the “shreds are flying” he’s to blame for what I’m getting hi Last summer I went to Georgia with a local friend in a car. Unforgettable sensations, met well, just no words. They didn’t talk about politics, it was not up to it hi
            1. Geokingxnumx
              Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 22: 26 New
              +5
              Quote: fortuneophile
              Last summer I went to Georgia with a local friend in a car. Unforgettable sensations, met well, just no words. They didn’t talk about politics, it was not up to it

              hi politics is a dirty thing) but politics cannot destroy friendship
              1. Canep
                Canep 17 May 2013 04: 29 New
                +1
                In neither in Russia nor in Kazakhstan as a whole there is no hatred of Georgians, there is a misunderstanding of Saakashvili’s policies, and contempt for him.
              2. Siberian German
                Siberian German 17 May 2013 16: 27 New
                0
                this is understandable, but why did you then vote for a dirty politician if friendship was still
          2. Victor
            Victor 16 May 2013 23: 13 New
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            Quote: GEOKING95
            Well, the Georgians also will not disappear from the memory of the 90th and 2008! Everyone has their own tragedy, and in all wars, good and bad people die,

            But in no country of the former USSR, monuments of the Great Patriotic War except Georgia were blown up, even the Balts did not go for it, they simply moved the Bronze Soldier to the cemetery of Russian (Soviet) soldiers. Only in Georgia did people commit such abuse. And only Georgia shot Grads of sleeping people. Remember yours, and we will never forget the blood of innocent people and the violation of our common memory.
      2. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 16 May 2013 21: 15 New
        +1
        Do not come to a foreign land with weapons if you want politeness. Oh, magnificent one ...
      3. Grey74
        Grey74 16 May 2013 21: 33 New
        +3
        Why should we hate the Georgian people? in any family, not without a freak
        1. Old skeptic
          Old skeptic 17 May 2013 07: 53 New
          +1
          The only question is the number of freaks. am
      4. scrack
        scrack 16 May 2013 22: 34 New
        +1
        Mishiko himself will also get it. I am sure that justice will be restored
      5. Atlon
        Atlon 16 May 2013 22: 46 New
        +8
        Quote: GEOKING95
        oh yes I know that you will not see Gruzinov

        Have you heard a lot of Georgian propaganda? Or the State Department? Who told you such nonsense that Russians hate Georgians ??? Hatred is a strong feeling! Georgians, at least, are not interesting to us. You have chosen your path, so go along it. Without us...
        1. Geokingxnumx
          Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 23: 07 New
          +1
          Quote: Atlon
          Have you heard a lot of Georgian propaganda? Or the State Department?

          no
          Quote: Atlon
          Who told you such nonsense that Russians hate Georgians ???

          did I say that somewhere?

          Quote: Atlon
          Georgians, at least, are not interesting to us. You have chosen your path, so go along it. Without us...

          ))
          1. Atlon
            Atlon 17 May 2013 00: 00 New
            +1
            Quote: GEOKING95
            did I say that somewhere?

            Quote: GEOKING95
            oh yes I know that you will not see Gruzinov
            1. Geokingxnumx
              Geokingxnumx 17 May 2013 12: 05 New
              0
              Quote: Atlon
              oh yes I know that you will not see Gruzinov

              this is a tale, I was fortunophile (crawler) and I was mistaken, and apologized about it! Well read what I write!
          2. Old skeptic
            Old skeptic 17 May 2013 07: 55 New
            0
            Turkey to help you! fellow negative
      6. Andrey57
        Andrey57 17 May 2013 00: 00 New
        +2
        You are mistaken, they do not hate you, for the most part you are despised for your jackal habits in South Ossetia, your grandfathers during the Great Patriotic War were decent people, unlike Georgian citizens.
    3. dc120mm
      dc120mm 16 May 2013 19: 05 New
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      Quote: fortuneophile
      Recently Gruzinov pinched 3rd killed more than 20 wounded.

      It’s not so easy to say, it’s wrong. When your guys die in the North Caucasus, I don’t write like that. They should respect each other.
      1. Geokingxnumx
        Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 19: 09 New
        11
        Quote: dc120mm
        It’s not so easy to say, it’s wrong. When your guys die in the North Caucasus, I don’t write like that. They should respect each other

        100% agree with you! hi
      2. fortunophile
        fortunophile 16 May 2013 19: 18 New
        12
        Quote: dc120mm
        It’s not so easy to say, it’s wrong. When your guys die in the North Caucasus, I don’t write like that. They should respect each other.

        I do not insult the dead and if they had not fought for Uncle Sam’s ass, I would even grieve for them. What did they forget in Afghanistan? If your Mishiko drives your guys like sheep and constantly increases the contingent when other countries withdraw, then who am I to blame or who sent them there? hi
        1. dc120mm
          dc120mm 16 May 2013 20: 23 New
          -5
          Quote: fortuneophile
          What did they forget in Afghanistan?

          Eta is our tragedy.
          Quote: fortuneophile
          Recently Georgians pinched

          Quote: fortuneophile
          if they hadn’t fought for Uncle Sam’s ass,

          And this is an insult.
          1. fortunophile
            fortunophile 16 May 2013 20: 28 New
            12
            Damn, well, it crosses all boundaries
            Quote: dc120mm
            What did they forget in Afghanistan? This is our tragedy.

            What is your tragedy in Afghanistan? You and Georgia have enough tragedies negative
            Quote: dc120mm
            if they hadn’t fought for Uncle Sam’s ass, And this is an insult.

            Well, for what the "brave" Georgians are fighting, this may be an achievement for them, but for me they were thrown into the spray hi
            1. dc120mm
              dc120mm 16 May 2013 22: 10 New
              +2
              Quote: fortuneophile
              Eta is our tragedy.

              The tragedy is that Misha sent our guys there. And the new authorities can’t fix it so quickly and roughly, 1014 the active phase ends.
              1. Old skeptic
                Old skeptic 17 May 2013 08: 02 New
                0
                Uvas is a country of overdeveloped democracy, and what was the matter .....
          2. Old skeptic
            Old skeptic 17 May 2013 08: 00 New
            0
            This is not an insult, but the truth.!
      3. Old skeptic
        Old skeptic 17 May 2013 07: 59 New
        0
        Come on ... crying What tolerance ... love
      4. Old skeptic
        Old skeptic 17 May 2013 10: 26 New
        0
        But peacekeepers in Ossetia is not in the North Caucasus? angry
    4. Larus
      Larus 16 May 2013 20: 58 New
      +7
      And how they rejoiced when they killed ours. As they say, a tooth for two! And a boomerang in action.
      1. albert
        albert 16 May 2013 21: 36 New
        +2
        Do not dig into another hole, you yourself will fall into it! In this case, this saying is especially appropriate.
  2. jagdpanzer
    jagdpanzer 16 May 2013 18: 55 New
    +3
    what can happen there? they are at home, grow poppy, make heroin under the control of the US government and drive it to us.
    1. Guun
      Guun 16 May 2013 19: 03 New
      20
      The Taliban generally fought with poppy fields. Examine the statistics on drug trafficking from the fields of Afghanistan before and after the Americans and you will see that the drug turnover grew with the occupation by NATO forces. And why do terrorism fighters sit in well-fortified bases near Kabul and guard exclusively poppy fields?
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 19: 44 New
        +8
        Quote: Guun
        The Taliban actually fought with poppy fields
        These were internal disputes, because they would not encourage the use of opiates among the controlled population, and selling heroin to infidels, in this they do not see anything shameful (Resolution 1267,
        Adopted by the Security Council at its 4051 meeting
        October 15, 1999), then T-would switch to more profitable smuggling of goods from Pakistan, also propagandized the struggle against the fields to improve the international image of their emirate. Yes, we can say that the UN efforts defeated the cultivation of poppies in Afghanistan (and not because that t-would be ideologically good) And then the United States got in and raced .... Now the Taliban in the controlled areas collect and process huge volumes of poppy. And they also store pure heroin in secret vaults as a gold reserve. I want to note the merit "NATO members. They do not struggle with the fields in any way. Partly, this is due to the fact that the principle works --- NATO does not touch the fields of the Taliban, the Taliban do not touch NATO.
        1. Papakiko
          Papakiko 16 May 2013 20: 37 New
          -1
          Quote: Thunderbolt
          Partly, this is due to the fact that the principle works --- NATO does not touch the fields of the Taliban, the Taliban do not touch NATO.

          You are our darago.
          Do you believe in "honestly pioneering" exclusively?
          Give then a couple of millions of rubles, dollars, pounds or euros. ME for an extremely honest word, I'll be back in a week with%.
          1. Thunderbolt
            Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 21: 27 New
            +3
            Quote: Thunderbolt
            .Partially
            I’m saying --- about the situation. NATO and the Taliban are not fascists and Soviet partisans. Intermediaries from the local population work between the military administration and some field commanders (not everywhere, of course, in part). At one time in the West slip-ins from interviews of former participants in the conflict (war veterans) surfaced
  3. Alexander IV
    Alexander IV 16 May 2013 18: 56 New
    +1
    As if a different scenario was expected ... They will gnaw at each other for a long time. And the main thing is that they don’t switch to us, otherwise Tajikistan, Ubzekistan, go and go
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    2. Guun
      Guun 16 May 2013 19: 10 New
      +1
      The Taliban got tired of the war, because there are people there too, they fought enough - the influence will increase (which is dangerous for Russia and Kazakhstan), and the invasion is fantastic (in the event of a war with the CSTO, they will lose influence in Central Asia for most of the population and will get another war and lose the support of the population in Afghanistan itself). But I don’t know about Uzbekistan - a violent overthrow of Karimov’s regime is possible if he chooses the United States.
      1. avt
        avt 16 May 2013 20: 06 New
        +4
        Quote: Guun
        The Taliban got tired of the war, because there are people there too, they fought enough - the influence will grow (which is dangerous for Russia and Kazakhstan), and the invasion is fantastic

        It’s a deep delusion, how many generations have grown there besides the war and don’t know what to do? Suppose they are happy to sow bread if they give them seeds and a tractor? I somehow doubt it request But what about fiction? In Brezhnev’s times, do you think people would believe if they were told that the USSR would be destroyed by the CPSU Secretary General?
  4. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 18: 58 New
    +7
    ***** how freely the Mujahideen behave, they conduct the battle almost without disguise, even the summoned aircraft do not scare them much. ***** wink So they had good instructors at the time --- the same Americans ... Afghans are able to partisan, and if the Americans didn’t "come to an agreement" with the group or if they would not set groups against each other, then the blood of civilizers would be many times greater.
  5. jagdpanzer
    jagdpanzer 16 May 2013 19: 08 New
    +2
    when was it and who was fighting the fields there?
  6. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 16 May 2013 19: 12 New
    +5
    The Americans themselves crawled into the Afghan swamp. Now they plan to withdraw troops. And what did they achieve? They contributed to a multiple increase in drug trafficking, the deaths of thousands of civilians, and the degradation of Afghanistan. But taking into account the experience of Libya, Syria, they specifically create a "chaos zone" in the world
  7. MG42
    MG42 16 May 2013 19: 19 New
    +7
    Taliban attack American convoys in Afghanistan.

    American soldiers cried with tears of fear of the Mujahideen

    More than one generation has already grown up in Afghanistan who knows no damn thing but to fight, so Afghanistan = this is the territory of the war, yes + drugs.
    1. Geokingxnumx
      Geokingxnumx 16 May 2013 19: 27 New
      +1
      Quote: MG42
      American soldiers cried with tears of fear of the Mujahideen

      it may be true from fear, but 0: 33-0: 34 it is clear that they are dragging the murdered one. maybe and therefore they cry because they lost a friend


      on 8: 00))
      1. MG42
        MG42 16 May 2013 19: 33 New
        +8
        Quote: GEOKING95
        it’s clear that they are dragging the murdered one. maybe and therefore they cry because they lost a friend

        I do not sympathize with either the Taliban or the Amers, let each other be soaked there. Do not forget how these Mujahideen shot our guys there in the 80s.
        1. Guun
          Guun 16 May 2013 19: 53 New
          +4
          Quote: MG42
          I do not sympathize with the Taliban

          But in vain. These are children of war, how many people of the United States and have they bombed with democratic bombs? But this is someone's family, there small children died from newborns to adolescents. We thank God a peaceful sky, unlike them, and believe me, they envy us that bombs do not fall on our families and accidentally does not blow up weddings or other unmanned aerial vehicles with explosions. I sympathize with everyone who I decided to destroy the west from Yugoslavia and Iraq, ending with Afghanistan. But there are countries and people who are fighting with a reptile by the name of democracy all over the world and I support them.
          1. MG42
            MG42 16 May 2013 19: 57 New
            +7
            Quote: Guun
            But in vain. These are the children of war

            Oh yes, how many zinc coffins came from Afghanistan to the USSR? What should I suddenly feel for the spirits. Children of war their mother so! am
            1. Larus
              Larus 16 May 2013 22: 56 New
              +2
              That's right, there is nothing for them to sympathize with, but they need help with weapons and MANPADS. I would like to hear the real number of Amer’s losses, and not the official ravings
            2. MG42
              MG42 17 May 2013 02: 41 New
              +3
              To the sympathizers of the Taliban, I advise you to look to <refresh the memory>
      2. Lech from ZATULINKI
        Lech from ZATULINKI 16 May 2013 19: 37 New
        +9
        YES - AFGHANIANS LOOK AT THE AMERICANS AS IT looks like heh heh not much respect for the OCCUPIERS.
        1. MG42
          MG42 16 May 2013 19: 50 New
          +8
          Americans in Afghanistan from the rear lol
          1. Rustiger
            Rustiger 17 May 2013 02: 22 New
            0
            Quote: MG42
            Americans in Afghanistan from the rear

            And for some reason, it doesn’t bother me that being alone in underpants can happen.
            But why in PINK ?.
            Yes, and this is not a fighter, soldiers in equipment, but they put a helmet and bronik / unloading on this one and gave shooting of dushmans. This is a journalist.
            1. MG42
              MG42 17 May 2013 02: 30 New
              +2
              Quote: Rustiger
              But why in PINK ?. This is a journalist.

              And citizenship <zhurnalyugi> by the color of your underpants, you determine? lol
        2. vdenisov56
          vdenisov56 16 May 2013 22: 41 New
          +4
          Yes, let the raven crow pecks out his eyes. If only Russia had the intelligence not to get into it again. Let the Taliban deal with the general people in Pakistan.
        3. Farik
          Farik 17 May 2013 01: 31 New
          +1
          Quote: Lech from ZATULINKI
          YES - AFGHANIANS LOOK AT THE AMERICANS AS IT looks like heh heh not much respect for the OCCUPIERS.

          Hammering, as in a dash. This is their amusement, probably such a prayer.
      3. Guun
        Guun 16 May 2013 19: 41 New
        10
        They sit in deadlock in their bases, and when they leave for the convoy they put them in stacks, laying them in a coffin with a striped flag. Russian soldiers are respected everywhere, and Western thugs and butchers are slaughtered like mad dogs. It’s a pity that propaganda is not on our side, I remember a video where a detachment of 40 Asashai soldiers was liquidated within 5 minutes - it is no longer on the Internet ... like many other similar videos.
      4. phantom359
        phantom359 17 May 2013 01: 20 New
        0
        Quote: GEOKING95
        Quote: MG42
        American soldiers cried with tears of fear of the Mujahideen

        it may be true from fear, but 0: 33-0: 34 it is clear that they are dragging the murdered one. maybe and therefore they cry because they lost a friend


        on 8: 00))

        It is worth looking at their faces and everything becomes clear.
    2. Burbulator
      Burbulator 16 May 2013 19: 49 New
      0
      Lie.
      Images from the movie Restrepo.
      Tears due to the death of a colleague.
      Well, fear is possible.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 20: 17 New
        +6
        Quote: MG42
        Afghan = this is the territory of the war, yes + drugs.
        + the radical movement of Islam in the face of the Taliban. Let’s not forget how the Taliban "marked" in the North Caucasus, how Chechen militants in exile feel at ease there. And the Taliban are often guests in world wars, partly like mercenaries, but most importantly, how weapons in the wrong hands (at the time 3 Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Pakistan recognized the legitimacy of their power. And negotiations were held between the Taliban and Karzai in Mecca, and the king was the guarantor of negotiations, attention, Great Britain fellow ) The Taliban officially broke with Al Qaeda, but some facts confirm that this is not so. It remains to post a photo of Laden and Brzezik and we will see that American ears stick out from under the black mask of the Taliban laughing
  8. MAG
    MAG 16 May 2013 19: 45 New
    +2
    I looked and, in my opinion, from the mounted of 2 attacks, the bends of the roads do not converge. And so everything is rightly ambushed where there are a lot of turns, which means that the speed is low, which is what RPG shniks need. One thing is not clear why there is no air cover where the trucks go, as I understand it, it’s like our central delivery. The film Restrepo watched completely well shows how the Americans are fighting their supply arrangement of blocks.
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 16 May 2013 20: 17 New
      +1
      Quote: MAG
      I looked and, in my opinion, from bent out of 2 attacks, the bends of the roads do not converge.


      Let the democratizers valtozi stronger and more often, so that there is something to mount the video from. To reach the meaning of the saying, he lived and fought until ... he ran into it.
  9. Burbulator
    Burbulator 16 May 2013 19: 51 New
    +4
    As for the silence of the situation in Afghanistan or something is not being said - nonsense.
    Everyone knows everything. The presence of free and independent media will not allow this.
    1. виктор1972
      виктор1972 16 May 2013 23: 04 New
      +1
      Only not a single free and independent media in America or England without the permission of the authorities will not dare to blather. Such sanctions are blinded for the disclosure of military secrets. They were allowed to talk about successes, though they say little, because there is nothing to talk about.
      1. Farik
        Farik 17 May 2013 01: 35 New
        +1
        Quote: victor1972
        Only not one free and independent media in America or England without the permission of the authorities will not dare to blather.

        Compared to Russian channels, they have specific censorship there. They all sing under the same tune.
  10. albai
    albai 16 May 2013 20: 08 New
    +4
    The fact that the amers completely collapsed in Afghanistan and did not achieve, and did not achieve any solutions to their tasks, is evident. Even if they leave 5-6 bases, they will be nightmare constantly, day and night. And they will not stick out of these bases and nose. All collateral will be airborne. A column wiring will cost a lot of blood. No high technology will help. As a result, even toilet paper will be gold. And the cost of maintaining the bases will increase significantly. Spirits will like to work, in shifts, go to shoot Americans. In a word, the spirits of the amers will be a huge, sick splinter in z-tse. I see only one solution to the question, a treaty or a complete blockade. The only question is in Iran and Pakistan. The people have not seen anything except the war for more than half a century. An entire generation knows only one kind of Kalash instrument. Once they were probably hardworking people, I saw how on a piece of land, in the mountains, he (an Afghan) brought soil from the valley and did not go away all day with ketmen, plowed, with wooden plow.
    1. Pilot200809
      Pilot200809 16 May 2013 20: 56 New
      +3
      - And they will not stick out of these bases and nose- from our bases, mind you, from ours, that they remained almost untouched when they left. The entire ifro structure remained for the mattresses.
      1. albai
        albai 16 May 2013 21: 04 New
        0
        I agree. But they want to set up bases not only at the places of our locations, as I read.
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  12. Prishtina
    Prishtina 16 May 2013 20: 27 New
    +3
    I will write a cynical thing ... BUT, - the problem of the Taliban, as in other things at the time, and the SC can be solved within a couple of months to 1 year ... Do you know how ?? Stop playing in democracy, tolerance and tolerance of the enemy (oh, excuse the local population) ... One team from the Pentagon or the Kremlin, _fas, are all enemies ... And I don’t want to wash any territory with rebels and sympathizers who sympathize with them. Now it is called - genocide ... and 300 years ago it was also called - expansion of territories.
    1. albai
      albai 16 May 2013 20: 53 New
      +2
      One:
      Quote: Prishtina
      One team from the Pentagon or the Kremlin _ face
      you can’t solve the problem, okay the enemy, okay the peacekeeper (old people, children, women), (which the Americans are doing now, by the way) but then the exchange will go, the other side will consider itself free from the norms of civilization. Yes, of course, amers everywhere and everywhere did just that, and they do (the same Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Vietnam) and everywhere. After all this blood, the army will rapidly decompose. The army will become a gang. That is why their l / s do not withstand organized resistance, they run. And all the others are slowly falling off from this state, I think so. Himself was able to barely barely bring to life the soldiers after looting, and then they took cotton blankets from non-residential, broken village for equipment.
  13. djon3volta
    djon3volta 16 May 2013 20: 35 New
    0
    what do you think about it?

    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 20: 52 New
      0
      The Americans dropped an anti-bunker bomb from depleted uranium --- it’s quite possible. They threw it in Yugoslavia as well. The result is a defeat of a buried structure + a funnel that will light up, leave a mark, but not critical. wrote) --- raised the rating by sensational material, good interview fees laughing . Eugene, I also do not like US policy, but the fact that they are not donkeys finished is also a fact.
    2. sergeschern
      sergeschern 16 May 2013 21: 05 New
      +4
      Afghanistan was one of the first (and perhaps the first) to recognize the Soviets. There have never been border clashes on the border with them. Well, for what the hell did our climb there? For the sake of momentary interests? And now all this is shitting on us!
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 16 May 2013 21: 42 New
        +2
        And for what hell the Mujahideen began to arm the United States and others. Ours got into Angola and Yemen and the hell knows where. The Cold War was in full swing. The USSR and the USA could not clash directly, so they exported their worldviews, weapons and sent limited contingents and expeditionary forces. But, of course, my personal, human opinion is what the old people decided in the Politburo about sending troops is tough. And for our country and for the soldiers.
  14. individual
    individual 16 May 2013 20: 46 New
    +1
    Afghanistan is a strange, mysterious country for everyone. Islam professed by all nations unites them. Poverty is the driving force in confronting any aggression. They just have nothing to lose but the laws of the clan. And it is not for sale or bought. They are all warriors and they do not need the benefits of civilization. The Spartan spirit nourishes their firmness and will to protect themselves from any aggression.
    The history of Afghanistan testifies to this and nothing can be done about it.
  15. Pilot200809
    Pilot200809 16 May 2013 20: 50 New
    +2
    Quote: Guun
    They sit in deadlock in their bases, and when they leave for the convoy they put them in stacks, laying them in a coffin with a striped flag. Russian soldiers are respected everywhere, and Western thugs and butchers are slaughtered like mad dogs. It’s a pity that propaganda is not on our side, I remember a video where a detachment of 40 Asashai soldiers was liquidated within 5 minutes - it is no longer on the Internet ... like many other similar videos.

    I agree completely. Spirits warriors, what is needed - and we were respected as a warrior. And mattresses? I have nothing to answer. High-tech rabble, no more. I can say one thing, if now again (God forbid, of course, though ....) I had to go in, then we would quickly find a common language with the bearded. Such losses and problems that were not there then, and everything is different it would be for the better (I'm sure.)
    1. MG42
      MG42 16 May 2013 21: 08 New
      +4
      Quote: Pilot200809
      I can say one thing, if now again (God forbid, of course, though ....) I had to go in, then we would quickly find a common language with the bearded. Such losses and problems that were not there then, and everything is different it would be for the better (I'm sure.)

      "History does not tolerate the subjunctive mood." I doubt it.
      Soon the amers will leave Afghanistan, and where will the drug traffic be turned? For religious reasons, the Taliban of the type will cease and burn out the fields of opium. It is unlikely >>> who is cutting the chicken carrying the "golden eggs"? even though they are destructive who is sitting on the needle ..
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  16. Pilot200809
    Pilot200809 16 May 2013 21: 15 New
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    I agree. But they want to set up bases not only at the places of our locations, as I read.

    These bases still need to be built. Keep and deliver builders, equipment, materials, for this additional forces are needed for security and ifro structure (adjusted for the capriciousness of mattress warriors), but they do not have them. They will not be allowed to do this and they will re-converse even before the start of construction, as in a shooting gallery from the mountains, with their own weapons
  17. waisson
    waisson 16 May 2013 21: 35 New
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    you can’t understand the war of the poor, the war will only be able to curb them ......................... you can’t conquer them with war, the patience of pain for them
  18. sasha1973
    sasha1973 16 May 2013 22: 25 New
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    The drug coming from Afghanistan pays for everything that is going on handsomely.
  19. Yugra
    Yugra 16 May 2013 22: 46 New
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    We can say in one word, in Afghanistan there is a reproduction of a means of exterminating the inhabitants of Russia (narcotics), as well as a springboard for militants who from there will drag their stinky Islamic hands to our country
  20. BDRM 667
    BDRM 667 17 May 2013 00: 19 New
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    But We have nothing to do there! Let the Taliban conduct excursions for NATO, with all that it implies ...
  21. Semyon Albertovich
    Semyon Albertovich 17 May 2013 00: 31 New
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    In Afghanistan, the US policy of "military export of American-style democracy" is failing. The Yankees will leave both Vietnam, having received a kick in the ass.
  22. phantom359
    phantom359 17 May 2013 01: 18 New
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    Let them get, just do not rush to blame. Few of them there fat was driven into the skin.
  23. RUS
    RUS 17 May 2013 10: 19 New
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    As the Afghans themselves say, neither Alexander the Great, the Arabs, the Persians, the British, the USSR or the USA could conquer and completely conquer Afghanistan.
  24. fzr1000
    fzr1000 17 May 2013 12: 40 New
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    From 1:14 minutes. Tired of fighting, say?