A year after Biden pulled out of Afghanistan and allowed the Taliban to take back power and seize the $80 billion in US weapons, Taliban forces are banning together to spread terror. The Muslim fundamentalist state is starting to use those weapons to threaten its nuclear-armed neighbor: Pakistan.
Here’s a video of some of the weapons that were captured by the Taliban after America pulled out of the country.
Now, the Taliban has began to use it’s newfound power in Afghanistan and is now working with the Pakistani Taliban to launch terror campaigns in its neighbor country.
Pakistan is facing challenging times as they are suffering under sky-high inflation which is the highest its ever been at 40 percent. The country depends on Russian and Ukrainian food shipments and now that those have stopped it is causing massive unrest. The cost of oil in the country has risen 85% and the country now has a trade deficit of about $50 billion.
All of this has caused the Pakistani rupee to collapse and is putting the country’s military effectiveness into question.
Sam Faddis, a retired CIA officer and Senior Editor of AND magazine on Substack, says that it is entirely feasible that towns and borders on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan could fall under the control of the Taliban.
In addition, they are starting to also mount attacks on Pakistani security officials according to USIP. Pakistan has responded with bombing operations in Afghanistan.
This means that Pakistan, who has more nuclear weapons than India and Israel, could start ceding ground to it’s terrorist-friendly neighbor. This puts the entire world in danger.
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Biden has one of the worst foreign policy records of any US President I’ve ever seen and it is getting worse. His terrible leadership is putting our interests abroad in danger in addition to our Homefront. This is what weak leadership does. It’s emboldens our enemies and allows them to do whatever they want to hurt us. Do you think Biden is responsible for this upcoming crisis?