Re: James Kirkpatrick's article The Historic American Nation: Suicide or Murder?
From: An Engineer In Alabama [Email him]
James Kirkpatrick writes:
"One wonders if the collapse in Afghanistan was so chaotic because the Biden Administration wanted to make sure as many people as possible would be shipped into the country."
Indeed. But consider:
Without massive foreign aid the population of Afghanistan is likely to crash back to around 20 million—give or take—and that won’t be pretty. I can’t think of anything more destabilizing than mass famine.
And think of the "push" factor for all those Afghani refugees headed our way...
I do not understand why these factors are not more widely discussed. What am I missing? It sure seems logical to me.
So if American forces had been trying to commit genocide in Iraq or Afghanistan—which they weren't—this would represent a total failure. If they were trying to teach the natives population control—which they also weren't, because population control is now racist—this would represent an even worse failure.
It's hard to figure out what they were doing, after the initial invasion. It seems that the U.S. Government thinks wars should be waged for the benefit of populace being invaded, i.e., "Operation Iraqi Freedom".
If so, that's a success, because there's a lot more populace. But they can't all come here, there's no room.