Wednesday, August 18, 2021

The Fall of Saigon 2.0

(Image by A.F. Branco)

 Saigon Kabul fell to the North Vietnamese Taliban this past weekend with total mayhem at the Kabul Airport.

Yes, I’m making the same Fall of Saigon comparison every news agency and current events commentator has made this past week.  But when you have similar images like this…

(Image from Historic Photographs)

…it’s impossible not to make such differentiation. 

Unlike our withdrawal from Vietnam (which I remember) where American citizens were evacuated, our current Department of State (DOS) abandoned American citizens and told them to go hide, while the Pentagon says there’s no plan to help Americans trapped in Afghanistan get to the airport.

Seriously?  What the f*ck!  

As several commentators have stated throughout the links I provided:  It’s not a matter of whether or not to leave Afghanistan, it’s a question of how.  Abandoning billions of dollars-worth of functioning military hardware, and thousands of Americans is not the way to “pick up our toys and go home.”

The exact number of Americans behind enemy lines is unknown, but is estimated to be between 5,000 and 10,000

Instead of ginning-up a plan to rescue a legion’s worth of Americans, our political and military leaders are doing what they have done best for the past 20 years—playing The Blame, Spin and Virtue Signal Game.

Oh, Sleepy Joe did wake up on Monday and gave a disgraceful speech, didn’t take any questions, then shuffled back to Camp David, after which his handlers posted a 
photo leaving Americans puzzled.

Despite any assurances Basement Biden may have mumbled about a few weeks ago…

(Image by Gary Varvel)

…they were all lies, as a recent DoD IG report revealed.

(Image by Michael Ramirez)

Ben Shapiro explained why Afghanistan fell so quickly and what’s currently happening there now.  (Hint:  None of it is good). 

Meanwhile, Lame Stream Media outlets, like CNN, are having a tough time covering up for Biden.

As American citizens here in America are dealing with an invisible president

(Image by Tom Stiglich)

…the impact this scale of humiliation will have on future world affairs will be dire.

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