The truth about US' 'unmitigated failure' in Afghanistan
As the US begins its withdrawal from Afghanistan after twenty years of conflict, Rick Sanchez looks at the reasons the US invaded in the first place, as well as how the Bush administration wantonly prolonged the war and expanded it with the invasion of Iraq. China has plans to transform Afghanistan and bring it into Beijing’s orbit by means of the China-Pakistan economic corridor and its geopolitical grand plan, the One Belt One Road Initiative.
Despite efforts toward peaceful political solutions for Afghanistan, many feel a return of civil war will come on the heels of US withdrawal from the country. John Sitilides of Trilogy Advisors and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof share their expertise.
Wells Fargo has said it intends to close all personal lines of credit and cease to offer the same to their customers. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the details. Then Debbie Bloyd of DLB Mortgage shares her insights.
Jen Deerinwater, founding executive director of Crushing Colonialism, weighs in on the recent rash of anti-Catholic vandalism and arson in Canada, apparently in response to the discovery of numerous unmarked graves of Native children and a renewed awareness of the grim and violent reality of atrocities committed against aboriginal Canadians and their forced assimilation during the country’s founding and settlement. She says that indigenous Canadians experience “blatant genocide” and that they deserve sovereignty and self-determination.