Hekmatayar and Haqqani are arms of the ISI and when their services were needed the most by the United States, they served the interests of the CIA. There is now an attempt by the CIA to rewrite the recent history of South Asia and eliminate all the insurgents and guerrillas and their organizations that did the bidding of the CIA. Bin Laden was accused of carrying out 9/11, Hekmatayar of killing U.S. troops in Afghanistan on behalf of the Taliban and Al Qaeda, and now the Haqqani network, still an arm of ISI, of attacking U.S. targets in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
America's love affair with Islamist radical terrorists goes back to the days of Zbigniew Brzezinki, President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser, and even earlier, when journalist-turned-CIA agent Archibald Roosevelt, the grandson of U.S. uber-imperialist-turned-progressive Theodore Roosevelt, concocted a plan to bring the Soviets to their knees by stoking anti-Communist Islamists against the Soviets in places like Egypt, where the CIA supported the Muslim Brotherhood's attempt to assassinate Egyptian pan-Arab socialist Gamal Abdel Nasser. Archibald's cousin, Kermit Roosevelt, was in charge of the 1953 CIA coup that toppled Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadeq and restored the hated Shah to power. Both decisions were monumental disasters for U.S. foreign policy in the Muslim world.
Bin Laden, Hekmatayar, and Haqqani -- all one time allies of the CIA -- became "problems" in CIA parlance. And like all CIA "problems," they have all possessed one ultimate destiny -- termination with extreme prejudice...
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