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Jkkbb by Kingsdave(m): 8:24pm On Nov 06, 2020
Did you know
After the war in Iraq , these Toyota vehicles were intentionally left behind by the Special Forces Unit of the U.S Army. These vehicles were been later used by ISIS terrorist group to carry out their heinous terrorism.
~Why did the U.S intentionally left the vehicles behind for ISIS ??
~Why didn't they took them back from "Israeli Secret Intelligence Service" (ISIS) or destroyed the Toyota vehicles ??
Hillary Clinton admitted few years ago in an interview that the U.S trained and funded some of these extremist jihadists that the same U.S Army are fighting today, in order to create power vacuum in Middle East and to get rid of the Soviet Union influences in the region.
*Remember, Talibans were also funded, trained and armed by the U.S to fight Soviet Union and they were called "Freedom Fighters", after the war, the U.S abandoned the Talibans who are well trained and armed with sophisticated weapons and the Talibans became a force to reckon with in the region (in Afghanistan and Iraq precisely, and some parts of Pakistan ). The same U.S and the western media who deemed Talibans "Freedom Fighters" while using them, they later condemned, demonized and rebranded them "Terrorists".
I am puzzled!

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