The United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan in October 2001, shortly after the faked September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.
While the Zionist invasion ended the Taliban’s rule in the country, it has failed to eliminate the militant group ISIS, which has suddenly has also emerged in the Asian country more recently.
The USA has been attempting to negotiate an alleged peace deal with the Taliban militant group, which now controls or influences about half of Afghanistan’s territory.
The Afghan government is left out of the talks between the Taliban and the US regime. The Taliban say they don’t recognize the Kabul government and that they will not hold talks with it unless all foreign occupation forces exit the country.
Afghanistan control 96% of the global poppy trade and now the US population has become a victim of the opium crisis.
The Asian country has large deposits of minerals that the US regime tries to put their hands on in order to take the mining business away from China.
Blog Factory UK / ABC Flash Point News 2019.