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America's Afghanistan Legacy
America's killing machine is the latest one to ravage Afghanistan with no end.
by Stephen Lendman
In his book titled, "Freedom Next Time: Resisting the Empire," John Pilger discussed Afghanistan, saying:
"Through all the humanitarian crises in living memory, no country has been abused and suffered more, and none has been helped less than Afghanistan."
He described what looked more like a moonscape than a functioning nation. In Kabul, "contours of rubble rather than streets (exist), where people live in collapsed buildings, like earthquake victims waiting for rescue....(with) no light or heat."
If hell on earth exists, it's headquartered is in Afghanistan, but has many global affiliate locations.
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