CBS claims Afghan disaster was created by “climate change”

How climate change helped strengthen the Taliban – CBS News

Rural Afghanistan has been rocked by climate change. The past three decades have brought floods and drought that have destroyed crops and left people hungry.

But in doing so, the outlet highlights Afghanistan’s reliance on opium poppies and connects that back to support for the Taliban.

These people are insane.

Totally FUBAR!

“Think about this: While the Taliban was gearing up to take over Afghanistan, Obama’s admin was calling Trump supporters “terror threats…”

Senate Republicans Blast Biden’s ‘Agenda of Abandonment’ as Thousands of Americans Remain Stranded in Afghanistan

Dementia Joe is still there, but too far gone to get a grip.

WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 03: U.S. President Joe Biden takes questions during an event in the East Room of the White House where he addressed the importance of people getting a COVID-19 vaccination August 3, 2021 in Washington, DC. Biden also said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign following …

Senate Republicans are slamming President Biden’s overarching “agenda of abandonment” as thousands of Americans remain stranded in Afghanistan with no clear instructions or way to get out of the country following the Taliban’s takeover.


The Taliban is reportedly blocking people from making rescue flights out of Kabul airport, shooting at the crowd and throwing gas bombs as people try to get out of Afghanistan.

The ABC’s Stephen Dziedzic tweeted that he had spoken to a number of Australians who say it is “impossible” to get through as they called on the Morrison Government to do something to help.

Ex-Officials Start to Disappear Under Taliban

Taliban fighters stand along the roadside in Ghazni on August 12, 2021, as Taliban move closer to Afghan capital after taking Ghazni city. (Photo by – / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

Ghalji referred to remarks by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid on August 17 in which he claimed the group would “pardon” all Afghans who worked for the now-deposed Afghan government, which itself was established and supported by the U.S. government.

The latest news from Afghanistan

The Taliban take control of the country
On August 15, Taliban forces moved into Kabul following the collapse of the Afghan government. Here is the latest: – Protests against Taliban rule continued on Friday, as reports of targeted killings in areas overrun by the group mounted the same day, stoking fears of a return to the repressive rule imposed when they were last in power, AP reports – In his Friday address on the crisis, US President Biden said that the US has flown 13,000 people out of the country since August 14 and that the country remains committed to using its resources to evacuate US citizens and Afghan allies and partners – The UN called on countries to halt all forcible returns of Afghan refugees and said it is temporarily relocating a third of its international staff in Kabul due to “the volatile situation in the country” Follow along here for updates from global media and reporters on the ground.
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