2:55 PM@reception desk.I may not have many E-min.So Here@Now; I Wish ALL שבת שלום=Sabaath Peace.

You can read this,as I was;when I was told that I'd get off@E soon.But wouldn't it be better if our U.S. was Engaged for alliiveating thif festored Sore@Humanity Preservation@here;that will be countered by our U.S.@Triumphant@Humanity by  after near half-Century of Israel Defiance@U.S. State,Just,Demand to Freeze@Settlements;so that Viable Palistine can rise.


Destroying the other cvountered@Circa11++ Realities & Capabilities for DARK SIDE for Humanity; Mass-Terrorism planned for U.S. Homeland@revulsion@near term! Billion+ Humanity Strike;starting@here@medium term@Circa11++! Then;Finally@DOOM level for Humanity@U.S. Disgrace?


Troop withdrawals don’t solve weaknesses in Afghan strategy

June 23, 2011
GIVEN ALL the economic, political, and military considerations President Obama had to juggle in deciding on the size and pace of troop withdrawals from Afghanistan, his compromise of starting slow but removing all 33,000 of the original surge forces by the end of 2012 is the least bad option. Still, success in getting US forces out of Afghanistan will depend less on troop numbers and timetables than on a sound strategy for generating a political resolution to the insurgency. There is no other realistic way to achieve a tolerable level of security in the country. But such a settlement requires more than Obama’s hopeful vision of transforming the ragged Afghan army and corrupt police into effective guardians of security.

As part of a war-ending strategy, talks with Taliban representatives, which have already begun, should be continued. But those talks must be rooted in an understanding that any agreement on power-sharing will apply only to the primarily Pashtun regions of southern and eastern Afghanistan. The non-Pashtun groups that predominate in the north will never stand for a return of Taliban rule. The northerners, who maintain command of the Afghan army, would go to war to keep the Taliban out of their region — and might even stage a military coup to stop President Hamid Karzai from striking any such deal with the Taliban.

Obama’s war-ending strategy should allow for regional deals between local authorities and the Taliban. The capital, Kabul, will have to be off the table, however, and not only because it has become a hub of economic activity and modernization. It is bad enough that some Pashtun areas may come under the Taliban’s baleful influence. Under Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001, there were practically no girls in school. Today there are about 2.5 million, and many of them are in Kabul. They and the tolerant, urban life of the capital must not be handed over to Taliban fanatics.



Mindfull of yesterday when I was wheeled away@seconds before I was going to post a Vital Alert for Humanity of our Oceans Life dying@next generation;that I'll recreate next week.


To Life!=לחיים   Sabbath  Peace=שבת שלום     Michael    PRIORITY  1  LIFE


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