In 2014 Obama appointed the above captioned puppet as the president of Afghanistan. Who is he? After receiving his degrees he became a professor at Johns Hopkins University, then went on to work at the World Bank. After the Taliban collapsed in 2002 he returned to Afghanistan serving as the finance minister in Hamid Karzai’s government. He later resigned and became the dean of Kabul University. He continued his journey to the UN where he became a member of the UN commission on Legal Empowerment. A Liberal f..k face, he came in fourth in the 2009 Afghan presidential election. In 2014 he came in second to Abdullah Abdullah, but won in a runoff although Abdullah had more votes in the first round.
The U.S. intervened at formed a unity government. Ghani, after a long delay, was declared the winner in 2019; sworn in on March 9, 2020. He went yellow pants as the Taliban took command of capital after capital. More on this guy Ghani who was once a U.S. citizen but renounced his citizenship to run for the presidency. Ghani had a way of insulting the Uzbek population where he received condemnation. He never apologized.
Trump inherited the puppet in 2017. Immediately he was able to look him up and down, what he saw was a weakling, an intellectual double talking scam artist who throughout his career was able to talk his way to the top. Trump was not enamored by among other things, the low regard he had amongst the Afghan people. In other words, this guy was a not only a scam artist, but as they say in the corporate world, “must of gone down on his knees numerous times.
In July of this year, the Taliban were on the march, killing and executing minority Afghans. Not to be outspoken here, but what we saw were vicious blood thirsty individuals who cut the muscles off of peoples arms before slicing their throats. This was to become Taliban country. These are Joe Biden’s kind of people.
WASHINGTON – Less than four weeks before the fall of Afghanistan, President Joe Biden urged Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani to demonstrate a more capable military defense to change the “perception” as the Taliban made significant gains.
Biden relayed that message in a July 23 phone call.
Biden, like FDR before him, made the call to Ghani, “hey, they tell me things don’t look good on the ground, we need you to put out a press release. Say that your military is up to the task, and you personally will protect the country against the Taliban. Can you do this for me. My presidency depends on it.”
Ghani, “of course Joe, sorry, I mean Mr. President, I will gladly do this for you after I pack my suitcase. Do you know how long it takes to stuff $164,000,000 into one of those carry-ons? Airlines are strict these days, the bag must fit in the overhead.“
Ousted Afghan President Ashraf Ghani resurfaces in UAE after fleeing Kabul, Emirati government says.
- Ousted Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who fled his country as its capital Kabul was being overtaken by Taliban fighters, is now in the United Arab Emirates.
- As the militants entered the presidential palace and declared the war “over,” Ghani said he fled to prevent “a flood of bloodshed.”
- In separate news briefings, President Joe Biden and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg placed the blame squarely on the Afghan national government for the stunning and swift Taliban takeover.
- DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Ousted Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who fled his country as its capital Kabul was being overtaken by Taliban fighters, is now in the United Arab Emirates, the Emirati government confirmed to CNBC.
- “The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation can confirm that the UAE has welcomed President Ashraf Ghani and his family into the country on humanitarian grounds,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement Wednesday, which was later posted to its website.
Despite being vastly outnumbered by the Afghan military, which has been assisted by U.S. and coalition forces for the last 20 years, the Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday.
Ghani left Afghanistan on Sunday evening, with no announcement or clear reporting on where he was going. As the Taliban entered the presidential palace and declared the war “over,” Ghani, 72, said he fled to prevent “a flood of bloodshed.”