Summary: Stratfor has been one of the few geopolitical research shops that has accurately seen the futility of our war in Afghanistan. So their reports, like this one, deserve attention but are ignored. But not even Stratfor can bring themselves to call for an end to our mad war. Instead they mention without irony that … Continue reading Stratfor sees Afghanistan war fatigue in America. Only our rulers remain eager.
Summary: Afghanistan was invisible during the campaign, but has surfaced again in the news. This time, so rare in modern America, we hear some truth about the war from our generals. They reveal why we have lost so much for so little gain, and why we continue paying in blood and money to get nothing. … Continue reading Our generals reveal why we lost in Afghanistan, and will continue to lose
Summary: At great effort and expense I have obtained secret documents from the US Government about the Afghanistan War. Although too secret to release the full contents, I make these excerpts available so that the American people will better understand our wars. The great CIA counterintelligence ace, James Jesus Angleton (1917-1987) hacked into this page from … Continue reading Secret government docs reveal a hidden truth about the Afghanistan War
Summary: Stratfor has been one of the few geopolitical research shops that has seen the madness of our war in Afghanistan. So their new report deserves attention. But it will be ignored. We prefer advice from "experts" who have been consistently been wrong. Phase two of the war begins soon. The body bags will arrive soon. … Continue reading Stratfor looks at Afghanistan and sees a Conflict With No Time Limit
Summary: Here Michael Brenner (Prof International Relations) perfectly captures the madness of our long war (no wins yet after 15 years) in this fictional conversation between two of its leaders. Comedy equal to anything in 1950s theater of the absurd. Unfortunately the wars it describes are real, as are our casualties and squandered wealth. The colossus … Continue reading Two generals chat about Afghanistan (a funny, sad, horrifying look at our war)