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Afghanistan's US Appointed Dictator-Khalizad
Posted by: mokbubble (IP Logged)
Date: June 16, 2004 10:47PM

THis "special envoy to Afghanistan" bascially tells Karzai wha tto do, and what did he do to earn his position. He wrote editorials in favor of recognizing the Taliban, worked with Unocal and the Tlaiban to build the pipeline through Central Asia. He is a traitor to both countries. For more info check out []

Re: Afghanistan's US Appointed Dictator-Khalizad
Posted by: mokbubble (IP Logged)
Date: June 16, 2004 10:50PM

From NY TIMES Article....

"So what are we doing today?" Afghanistan's president, Hamid Karzai, asked the United States ambassador, Zalmay M. Khalilzad, as they sat in Mr. Karzai's office.

Mr. Khalilzad patiently explained that they would attend a ceremony to kick off the "greening" of Kabul the planting and seeding of 850,000 trees in honor of the Afghan New Year.

Mr. Karzai said he would speak off-the-cuff. Mr. Khalilzad, sounding more mentor than diplomat, approved: "It's good you don't have a text," he told Mr. Karzai. "You tend to do better."

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