Asking the State Department for a Sane Policy in Afghanistan Again


we always wonder who it is Kadir is aiming at in this photo…

Amb. Richard Olson
Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan

U.S. Department of State
2201 C Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20520

To the Honorable Richard Olson:

As history has shown, the Afghan Freedom Fighters have never talked with puppet Afghan administrations, the house slaves of foreign countries. During these past fifteen years, the Afghan majority has continued to resist the foreign occupation and has not accepted the U.S.- installed puppet administrations. Throughout history, Afghanistan has been the graveyard of superpowers. As a U.S. citizen, I do not want to see the United States buried in that graveyard like the former Soviet Union. The U.S. government’s war strategy needs to change to a “sincere” peace strategy with the Afghan Freedom Fighters. I strongly believe threatening the Afghan Freedom Fighters, spreading propaganda about them and playing games is not working.

As the Department of State knows, I am working for peace in Afghanistan. I hate war. I am concerned about my homeland, the United States and my motherland, Afghanistan. It is time that the State Department accepts the truth that the United States’ war in and occupation of Afghanistan has failed. The U.S. government’s policy is not working. The truth comes straight from the mouth of Mr. Barnett Rubin, who was a senior adviser for the U.S. Dept. of State .

He knows what has happened before and after the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan. Finally, Mr. Barnett Rubin, a government insider, tells the truth that the majority of Afghans have come to realize. That truth is: The United States does not care about the Afghan people. The United States only cares about the Afghan one percent (1%), the puppets like Ghani and Abdullah, house slaves the war profiteers, and communist war criminals like Dostum, who do the United States’ dirty work for a dollar. Please see the attached video.

It has become obvious that the United States is not in Afghanistan to bring peace and stability for the Afghan people. It is about the United States’ national security interests ( i.e. control of new supply chain of Rare Earth Elements (REEs) for the U.S. and new outer defense perimeter for the U.S. in Central Asia after the fall of the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact). It is about profiting from drug trafficking.

It is not about development or sustainability. It is not about reconciliation among the Afghan people. It really is not about terrorism. It is not about freedom for Afghan Women. It is not about building a democracy. Afghanistan is not a democracy. The budget for the Afghan security forces is voted and approved by the U.S. Congress and not the Afghan Parliament. Afghanistan is an occupied country whose puppet government was installed and is controlled by the U.S. government.

Please allow the Afghan Americans who are not war profiteers, to be the bridge to bring reconciliation among Afghans and true peace and stability. I believe the majority of Afghans do not want the U.S. government to occupy and continue to interfere in and control Afghanistan only the war profiteers want it to continue. Also, I believe the majority of Americans do not want this longest and most expensive war and occupation to continue.

I strongly believe that the only route to peace is if the U.S. government holds direct, one- on -one talks with the Afghan Freedom Fighters. As I have informed the Department of State many times, I along with many other educated American Afghans, who are not war profiteers, are willing and able to be at the table to bring peace and reconciliation to honorably end this ugly and dirty war for both sides.

Kadir A. Mohmand
Former Representative for North America of the Afghan Freedom Fighters in the 1980s
6147 Old Log Trail
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

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One Response to "Asking the State Department for a Sane Policy in Afghanistan Again"

  1. roger  March 8, 2016 at 5:33 pm

    Kadir: There is not a single American movement or political stream asking for an Afghanistan retreat. No Republican or Democrat politician (except Ron Paul) presenting a motion to fully retire troops. Simply, as neocons abound in the Hill, the Executive has a free hand to stay there indefinite time. Starting NWO pressuring against Russia (like in Ukraine) an continuing the PNAC do not allow US decision makers to retreat if there is no MSM campaigning against a permanent occupation, prestige underlays the decision to stay (remember 2024 announced at Petraeus/Mc Crystal watch). Unemployment produces plenty Blackwater volunteers as contractors to continue regular troops deployment. I don´t have to remind you that Afghanistan is a US-UK outpost to check Iran and Pakistan and in any case, to exert pressure on both regarding independent nuclear policy. as such, Afghanistan has a very strategic position that cannot be neglected. A US-India alliance is having momentum and Israel´s blessing as Pakistan is the only Muslim nation with nuclear weapons and US forces are in the rearguard to do intel for India and to get closer to Pakistan´s nuclear arsenal Rare earth comes second, Afghans don´t come at all.

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