The two-headed regime of Kabul – assembled at the behest of former US Secretary John Kerry – and their affiliated media have recently changed tact and for some time now have been earnestly propagating that the Taliban receive weaponry and support from the Russians.
Prior to this they used to claim that Al Qaeda arms and supports the Taliban and before that they claimed that Saudi Arabia and other Arab states support them. In addition, the classification of the Taliban as a Pakistani proxy has been a near constant theme in their official and unofficial communications.
Such propaganda by the enemy regime is not new. Ever since the Americans invaded Afghanistan and toppled the Taliban government, their handpicked, foreign-serving expatriate regime has constantly fabricated such associations based on imaginary ‘alternative facts’ and have fed it to our nation. To this day the regime has failed to produce a single shred of evidence that justifies their preposterous claims.
In reality this expatriate regime cannot blind the Afghan nation to the fact that this regime was installed at the foreign occupiers’ behest, was filled with their hand-picked men that came to Afghanistan in foreign planes and with foreign security details, whose family and wealth to this day resides in their foreign adopted homes, and who openly serve foreign interests. So in order to equalize their opponents they constantly seek to attribute the resistance to foreign ‘unseen’ forces and thus hope to avoid their compromised position of serving the foreign occupiers. This shameful regime doesn’t even attempt to hide the fact that they serve foreigners. Their only purported defense is that the resistance supposedly also serves foreign interests and thus the two are on par in working against their nation.
This home-grown resistance of the Afghan nation has endured the many challenges of the past 15 years and has endured and survived solely with the help of Allah Almighty and the material support of the native population. If anyone claims otherwise we encourage and challenge them to openly present their evidence to support their baseless claims.
The reason for such astounding claims is the fact that the American people have now ‘bored’ off their ‘pet’ regime in Kabul and feel no empathy towards its fate. The regime understands its irrelevance in the new atmosphere and dedicatedly fabricates new and novel claims that it hopes will grab American attention and keep them relevant. In the past the regime actively supported certain criminal groups and used their activity to claim that ISIS had taken a foothold in the country and will use this foothold to destabilize the entire region. When the Taliban routed these criminal groups and denied them any space in the country, the regime lost its opportunity to grab their master’s attention. With America’s new found Russophobia the regime once again hopes to capitalize on the latest political craze of Washington and is now pushing the absurd claims that Kremlin is arming and supporting the Taliban.
The truth of the matter is that the Taliban – having survived the trials and tribulations of foreign occupation – has now emerged as a powerful and undeniable political force of the Afghan landscape. More and more foreign governments are beginning to appreciate this fact and thus are trying to develop back channel communications with this political movement. The Kabul-based regime had long ago lost practical control of the land, and now, are losing any semblance of political control and hence is concocting new and novel claims to try and decelerate its imminent demise.