U.S. Department of State
Secretary Michael R. Pompeo
2201 C Street NW
Washington DC 20520
Dear Secretary Pompeo:
Stop the bloody fake election “selection” in Afghanistan. The U.S. government is responsible for this bloodshed. Bankrolling this election is wasting American money. The U.S. Embassy In Afghanistan and Afghan administration are claiming that 10 million Afghans are registered. This number is incorrect it is much lower. The population of Afghanistan is approximately 30 million. About 7 million Afghans are refugees all over the world. Approximately five million Afghans are addicted to heroin.
Sixty percent of the Afghan population are under the legal voting age. More than half of the Afghan villagers do not register to vote More than fifty percent of Afghanistan is under the control of the Afghan Freedom Fighters. This ten million registered voters number does not make mathematical sense. This number is laughable. The election is a “selection” and a farce. Stop wasting US tax dollars that Americans do not have to waste. We need to use these funds at home to fix our infrastructure and provide services for Americans.
There can be no free and democratic election when Afghanistan is under U.S. occupation and under the U.S. gun. Under the umbrella of U.S. occupation forces, the so-called Afghan election on October 20, 2018 is the U.S. “selection” of a U.S. controlled Afghan puppet government. The U.S. pays $30,000 for each Afghan candidate. It is not an independent, democratic election by the Afghan people and for the Afghan people.
That is a joke. It is a farcical show to fool the ordinary American people and the international community. I strongly believe U.S. tax dollars and world funds have been wasted in Afghanistan over these 17 years. The majority of the money has gone into the personal accounts of greedy, corrupt war profiteers such as Zalmay Khalilzhad , Afghan warlords and U.S. war mongers. Instead of focusing on the investigation of corruption, the illegality of the war and the fact that after 17 years of bloodshed the U.S. has not won, the U.S. tries to deceive the Afghan people and world public opinion by holding these “fake” elections in Afghanistan. The U.S. must stop interfering in other countries’ internal affairs. The U.S. must end its war in and occupation of Afghanistan. As history has shown, the U.S. cannot win a war in Afghanistan.
Kadir A. Mohmand