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The war in Afghanistan pulled all the money out of London

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The war in Afghanistan pulled all the money out of London

The war in Afghanistan pulled all the money out of London
As 9 reported in December, on Friday, the Lenta.ru news agency, next week, the UK National Security Council will offer a plan for the accelerated withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan.
In the material published on the eve of the British newspaper The Guardian, the information was posted that the National Security Council prepared several scenarios for withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, the final decision on the choice of scenario remains with the opinion of David Cameron, the country's prime minister.

According to one of the projects, four thousand out of ten military personnel will be withdrawn before the end of 2013, another four thousand officers and soldiers will return home in 2014, the remaining two thousand military personnel will be stationed in Kabul and returned home.
According to another scenario, the British Ministry of War will first of all reduce the number of soldiers in Helmand. In this case, the number of military personnel will decrease much slower, and by 2013, by only 2,5, thousands of people will be reduced.
According to the preliminary forecast of observers, the cabinet will first of all consider a faster withdrawal of its military personnel, since this will significantly reduce the cost of the mission.

Here it is necessary to clarify - in the unanimous opinion of experts, the lack of free cash is the main reason for the collapse of the British presence in Afghanistan.
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  1. Samsebenaum
    Samsebenaum 12 December 2011 14: 43
    +1
    Are the money over? The first one went .... who is next?
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 12 December 2011 14: 59
      +1
      I hope Pindos.
      1. NovoSibirets
        NovoSibirets 12 December 2011 15: 07
        +8
        It’s hard to get all the money from the one who prints it without limits ...
        1. xabaroff.ven
          xabaroff.ven 12 December 2011 18: 06
          0
          And the one to whom they are also imported without restriction has our plutocracy, our money with you.
  2. mar.tira
    mar.tira 12 December 2011 14: 48
    +2
    Correctly! After all, the prince served there. And this is security, accompanying persons, royal dinners, receptions of delegations. It costs money.
    1. Desert Fox
      Desert Fox 12 December 2011 15: 41
      +2
      Prince, a colleague, has not served there for a long time winked
      1. mar.tira
        mar.tira 12 December 2011 15: 46
        +2
        Quote: Desert Fox
        doesn't serve winked

        But I’m not saying that he’s serving now. I’m saying that he served. And they spent a lot of money on him. Yes, and he had a little fucking.
  3. KGB161rus
    KGB161rus 12 December 2011 14: 49
    +2
    I repeat, they will have an olympiad in the summer, for which there is already not enough money, what will be pumped from Libya will more or less keep them afloat, and England is also a strong country, it’s nobody without its older brother. .
    1. Cap-3 USSR
      Cap-3 USSR 13 December 2011 08: 10
      0
      England has lived for centuries at the expense of others. And lately licks the backside of those who are stronger.
  4. MIKK1972
    MIKK1972 12 December 2011 14: 50
    +1
    Slaveholders and colonialists, they would never have been wasted without a possible profit. They have already beaten off their own and dump it.
  5. zavesa01
    zavesa01 12 December 2011 14: 59
    +1
    A war ALWAYS depreciating money, or young Wall Street bankers have forgotten about it.

    Afghans are fighting for their MOTHERLAND, and the Yankees and Bobby for a coin is the whole difference.
  6. adrei
    adrei 12 December 2011 15: 12
    +1
    snuff lull vigilance
  7. merkawa
    merkawa 12 December 2011 15: 12
    +2
    The British were once again convinced that no one had removed the rake from their previous campaigns fellow
  8. timhelmet
    timhelmet 12 December 2011 15: 17
    +1
    A little remark.
    From the article:
    next weekи, thousands of officers and soldiers will be returnedьXia home, quick withdrawal crazy military personnel

    What about spelling?
  9. badabum
    badabum 12 December 2011 15: 19
    0
    It's time to support the Taliban.
    For 2 years until they decline, it will be possible to significantly reduce the number of displayed subjects of Her Majesty. am
  10. toos_1799
    toos_1799 12 December 2011 17: 07
    +1
    "Rake" No. 3. Is it really not clear that tactics with Afghanistan need to be changed ?!

    History books write that 2 thousand years ago the land of present-day Afghanistan was unusually fertile. They were engaged in agriculture! Until the Mongols and others like them came: they destroyed the entire irrigation system and the lands turned into almost a desert! Now in Afghanistan, anything (other than opium) is almost not growing at all
    1. almost demobil
      almost demobil 12 December 2011 17: 36
      0
      But we will not because of this tear pubic hair and then pour salt!
  11. almost demobil
    almost demobil 12 December 2011 17: 33
    0
    Why brain itself and everyone to hurt? Built, the banner forward and nah! Che bruise tits !?
  12. dred
    dred 12 December 2011 17: 39
    -2
    there was no flattery
  13. Kite
    Kite 12 December 2011 18: 51
    0
    ".....". Is that what it says in the original? A pitiful fate, a terrible, but honest prediction! repeat
    1. Kite
      Kite 12 December 2011 19: 28
      0
      Well, if someone is completely without humor, then I will express a "gloomy" forecast that the rest will be exported in zinc packaging in-ste-pen-no.
  14. APASUS
    APASUS 12 December 2011 18: 55
    0
    And ask permission! Her, Washington will not approve!
  15. scrack
    scrack 12 December 2011 19: 31
    +1
    Someone said that London rules Washington
  16. yurayurayura
    yurayurayura 13 December 2011 11: 59
    0
    it seems that the one who "prints" the bivalve basket is still driving, not only in London and Washington