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US organization optimistic on Afghan elections

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Dec 9, 2013, titled US organization optimistic on Afghan elections. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

An American organization tasked with furthering democracy in developing nations said on Monday that next April's elections in Afghanistan will not be perfect, but they should be better than the previous polls which were marred by widespread fraud.

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Since: May 11

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#1 Dec 9, 2013
Undoubtedly, the Iranian regime of Ayatollah Khamenie which became Obama’s ally behind the scenes during more than a year of dealing behind the back of US Congress and the American people, is taking over US as the new nuke superpower of the Middle East as Karzai already sign a security pact Rouhani while he stubbornly rejects the Obama’s begging and apologizing to the Taliban terrorists with 8 billions of dollars in cash annually brought by the CIA to Karzai. Will the Iranian nuke superpower and his partner Putin ‘inherent’ from the pro-Iranian Obama and Iranian born Valery Jarrett all the US tanks, artillery, drones and other aircrafts and armed carriers that were stuck in Afghanistan?

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#3 Dec 12, 2013
Americans do not actually need neither honest, nor transparent, nor fair elections in Afghanistan. As there has never been any need in Karzai, in order and in democracy there. Peace in Afghanistan lies far out the plans they got in Washington on region. The White House needs another amorphous banana muslim republic with as weak central power as it can be possible there, with dying economics and total absence of competitive energy sector in it. The plan is as clear as daylight: behind the rise of US political and military influence in Afghanistan will follow the rise of Americans' influence if the Gulf region on whole, what in turn will significantly increase Americans' chances not just to control energy resources but to pass it into the hands of Western corporations. That has already worked in Iraq, have worked in Libya... will work in Syria and will work in Afghanistan. Still believe in all those fairy tales about democracy promotion?? Just don't be so foolish indeed!

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