LastDayWatchers remember what the May 15th Prophecy prophesied in 2007 The Woman and The Word of God Patience When war shall come, Britain and the United States will fight a never ending defensive war using Egypt, India and Japan as proxies, they shall deliver vast amounts of arms unto them; but they shall not prevail.
This weekend, the world will be treated to an unusual sight: Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe inspecting a military parade which will be showcasing, among other things, nuclear-capable ballistic missiles. This scene will not be taking place in Japan, which has rejected nuclear weapons and whose constitution famously renounces war as a sovereign right
Rather in India's foggy capital, New Delhi, near an iconic British memorial commemorating the Indians killed in World War I and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The Indian government’s intention in inviting Abe to be chief guest at its Republic Day parade is nothing if not calculated. In fact, it is about as clear a signal that India seeks to facilitate Japan’s emergence as a ‘normal’ military power.
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After two combat deployments, Lt. Col. Daniel Davis wrote that the war in Afghanistan had failed. Now, still in uniform two years later, he finds the hard truth continues to be ignored.
We must ask what we have accomplished after more than a decade of fighting, whether our goals have been met and our mission has been a success. It is time to remove the taboo against telling the hard truth and concede what a dispassionate analysis demands: the war in Afghanistan has been lost.
"Afghan security forces suffered significantly more casualties this summer," said Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, the commander of International Security Assistance Force Joint Command. The average deaths per unit increased between 50 and 70 percent since 2012, he said from Afghanistan in a video conference with reporters at the Pentagon.
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A school being built in Afghanistan with foreign contractors and funds from American taxpayers has become a money pit that is not even safe for students, a U.S. government watchdog said.
USAID provided about $17.1 million to the Army Corps of Engineers in 2008 to construct 16 facilities across the war-torn country. These facilities followed a standard design that included 10 classrooms, four laboratories and other amenities.