This Saturday is the 20th anniversary of 9/11, one of the darkest days in American history.
To mark the event, President Joe Biden will travel to Ground Zero in New York where the Twin Towers were demolished, to Virginia where a plane was flown into the Pentagon, and to a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania where Flight United 93 also crashed after an on-air battle between subversives and brave travellers.
This would be a sombre enough experience for any American President given that approximately 3,000 people were killed on that infamous day back in 2001, which represented a disastrous failure of US intelligence.
But now it will also be a moment of intense shame and humiliation too, thanks to Joe Biden’s shocking mishandling of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and abject surrender to the very people who helped commit the attacks by harbouring the subversives who carried them out.
Today, the Taliban declared complete victory in the 20-year conflict that ensued after America invaded Afghanistan to avenge the 9/11 atrocity, insisting they’d seized control of Afghanistan’s Panjshir province, the last of 34 provinces to hold out against them.
America’s defeat to just 75,000 bloodthirsty medieval thugs was thus concluded, and the full scale of that defeat is only gradually becoming depressingly obvious.
The horrifying scenes in the immediate aftermath of the withdrawal were terrible enough, notably, the suicide bomber attack on Kabul airport that killed 13 US troops and several hundred desperate Afghan people, including scores of women and children.
But to rub salt on the bodies, blood and wounds, joyous Taliban fighters have been marching around mocking America by posing in US military attire and equipment, holding pretended funerals for American, British, French and NATO forces, tracking down and killing anyone who supported the US or its allies, and ordering frightened Afghan women back inside their homes on pain of cruel punishment.
But Joe Biden, whose relentless virtue signalling about women’s rights now looks preposterously hypocritical. He assured every American who wanted to leave Afghanistan that they would be able to leave.
But a newspaper outlet this morning reported that about 1,000 people, including numerous American citizens and Afghans holding visas to the United States or other nations, have been trapped in Afghanistan for five days as they await clearance for the departure from the Taliban.
So, the fate of yet more US lives, and those who endangered their lives to help America, rests in the hands of the scum who harboured al-Qaeda’s terrorists, and there’s nothing that President Joe Biden can do about it, other than hope the Taliban do the decent thing when they’ve never done a decent thing in their lives.
All that President Joe Biden was meant to be was the sacrificial lamb, and ultimately, he will go to the slaughter.
Now it’s pretty near to the anniversary of 9/11, and perhaps people are feeling extremely frightened and worried that something bad is going to happen again on American soil.
America isn’t weak, but their current leader is spineless, cowardly and extremely disloyal, and if their adversaries thought that they were spineless they would have attacked by now, but of course, they know better.
From an outsider looking in, he might not be the worst president that America has had but he’s definitely not the best.
In 2001 bodies were plummeting to the ground from burning towers, now twenty years later they’re instead, dropping from planes in Afghanistan, and it’s going to be an awkward 9/11 anniversary, that’s for sure.