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Britain General named Afghanistan mission as “cuckoo”.

Posted by QB on October 30, 2006

This general is actually saying what exactly what I had written week ago about Afghanistan.

In an interview with the Observer he said: “Anyone who thought this was going to be a picnic in Afghanistan – anyone who had read any history, anyone who knew the Afghans, or had seen the terrain, anyone who had thought about the Taliban resurgence, anyone who understood what was going on across the border in Baluchistan and Waziristan – to launch the British army in with the numbers there are, while we’re still going in Iraq, is cuckoo.”

His comments will particularly embarrass Home Secretary John Reid, who as Defence Secretary earlier this year said British troops would be happy to leave Afghanistan after three years “without firing a shot.”

On Tony Blair’s recent pledge to give the Army “anything it wants”, Lord Guthrie said: “There is no way you can magic up trained Royal Air Force crews, or trained soldiers, quickly.

“You can’t magic up helicopters, because there aren’t any helicopters.”

Lord Guthrie warned that too many politicians and civil servants appeared to see Afghanistan and Iraq as “something we’re going to muddle through for another couple of years’ before returning to a period of calm.

He added: “I don’t see that happening. I think we’re in an extremely volatile, dangerous world.”

General is telling the truth and anybody can reach to this conclusion by analyzing the facts on the ground in Afghanistan. General’s analysis is according to my analysis about Afghanistan which were written long before his interview. The US and British troops can stay in Afghanistan as long as they want but they will not be able to implement the democracy or keep their puppet government to be accepted by Afghans. The final result will be complete withdrawal after spending so much money and killing tens of thousands of people. The invasion of Afghanistan with the large number of troops would not have any other fate other than this and General is wrong that they would have succeeded with large number of troops.

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