Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Afghanistan: Biden Administration Wants to Focus All Its Efforts on the CCP
Joe Biden said in the White House speech today, U.S. operations in Afghanistan will end on 31 August. He made it clear that the withdrawal of troops was for focusing on meeting “ the strategic competition with China and other nations” and defeating “COVID-19 at home and around the world, make sure we’re better prepared for the next pandemic or biological threat.”
- After these 20 years, Afghanistan is no longer an easy place to cultivate terrorist organizations.
- Even terrorist groups are not capable of creating viruses and organizing large-scale cyberwarfare like the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
- There could be a lot of big things happening at the end of August, as the virus origins investigation report also comes out that time.
- It only takes military forces to eliminate the CCP. But rebuilding China is a long-term project that could take up to 20 years, which will require the involvement of a large number of organizations and contractors. According to Dr. Bo, 400,000 Americans participated in the post-war reconstruction of Japan at that time.
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