By Tim Brown on Freedom Outpost
Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah is fraternizing with the enemy! His treason should be apparent to all. If not, I’ve broken it down earlier by demonstrating his treason with the Muslim Brotherhood, as constitutionally defined, here. However, claiming that the Taliban is an important partner for peace in Afghanistan is like saying that Hannibal Lecter is a friend of vegetarians. Yet, that’s just what the Obama administration did just before six American troops were killed by those “important partners.”
According to Pakistani Today:
US is no longer conducting counter-terrorism operations against the Taliban in Afghanistan because it views the group as an important partner in its efforts for restoring peace in the war-ravaged country, US Department of Defence said.
“What we’re not doing (is) counter-terrorism operations against the Taliban,” Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis told a Wednesday evening news briefing in Washington.
“We actually view the Taliban as being an important partner in a peaceful Afghan-led reconciliation process. We are not actively targeting the Taliban,” he added.
Keep in mind that this is the same Islamic jihadists who published in their magazine that an “‘offensive jihad’ is essential to implement Islamic Sharia Worldwide” and also enjoy playing soccer with the heads of those they murder.
In December of 2013, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said that the Obama administration claimed that the Taliban are not our enemies. In October of that year, the administration sent $1.6 billion to aid the Taliban in Pakistan.
We know the Obama administration also illegally traded five top Taliban leaders for American deserter Bowe Bergdahl and that Obama’s foreign policies have put stinger missiles and other arms in the hands of the Taliban to use against our troops.
This brings us to the sad story that emerged this week. Wounded American Warrior reports:
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – NATO says that six of its soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack near Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan.
Brig. Gen William Shoffner, head of public affairs at NATO’s Resolute Support base in the Afghan capital Kabul, said on Monday that three foreign troops were also wounded in the attack.
He says the attack happened at around 1.30 p.m. local time in the vicinity of the base, which is the biggest U.S. military facility in Afghanistan.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack in an email to The Associated Press.
NATO could not confirm the nationality of the dead, according to policy.
Earlier, an Afghan official put the number of NATO personnel dead at three, with another two wounded. It is the deadliest attack on foreign troops since August.
The Taliban are not important partners in peace. They are important targets for Islamic jihad, as demonstrated not only in this attack, but also in the attack on Extortion 17 (the largest loss of life in the Afghan War) and in the attack in which American suffered its worst airpower loss since Vietnam.
Obama is not only engaged in treason, but he has the blood of Americans on his hands. It’s beyond time to impeach him, try him and bring justice upon him!
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