Oh I’m not speaking of the soldiers doing their duty. Not at all. Nor the citizens. No no. It’s all about the leadership on every side here.
What angers me about the initial logic for leaving, via Erik Prince in 2018, was to remove the military to privatize the war for mercenaries and continued corporate interests but outside of the purview and requirements of the allied military operations.
Time will tell. I don’t think this is a botched exit though. It is always going to be like this. There was no exit strategy. I remember that right from the beginning. “What’s our exit strategy?” and there was nothing from W.
The Afghan people were ready because although we were nice occupiers that were helpful we were occupiers just the same. Not the soldiers but the allied powers who were calling the shots.
Mind you if American soldiers of fortune want to be hired and go in for profit, well, it is what it is. But corporations are the ones I criticize because they have rules to follow as they’re in charge of massive amounts of people.