The bad news for the regime in Afghanistan do not tear off. The bad news for the regime in Afghanistan do not tear off. So, 12 soldiers of NATO were alone on the last day of the last month. The collapse of its still immature financial system, despite aid worth billions of dollars from the West now threatens the winning country. “More recently, it became known that the Kabul Bank, the country’s largest private bank” is facing ruin. Head over, the Managing Director of the Bank, which are under the protection of the corruption suspect Afghan President Karzai, have left their posts.
In the framework of campaign against bribery, carried out by the United States and the EU, the Central Bank had determined that this private bank in Afghanistan with dubious financial investments in the global Casino, and using dubious transactions had made a large debt. This exceeds the assets of Kabul Bank”to some 100 million dollars. The Western campaign against corruption was especially against the inner Circle of advisers and the Afghan President, against 12 members of the Cabinet’s political aides. Apparently, the West intends no longer to support the increasingly intolerable becoming President, to bring him back on course. Until recently the President to the President of the German Bundestag had during his visit to Kabul a new approach”in regard to the war demanded, the current life taste particularly civilians and give the Taliban more tail wind. So far Karzai has succeeded by using his powers as President, largely to keep this campaign against his friends and helpers. “The action against the executives of Kabul Bank, which according to the New York Times American experts and diplomats” has been started, it is likely to be an escalation of measures from the U.S. capital of Washington against the Afghan President.
However, this could be also a failure, because now the fear that that alerted rises middle-class of Afghan the banks could charge to bring their assets safe. So laboriously constructed by Western countries, the modern financial system would be overwhelmed in a few days. This is the second worst situation according to the situation on the military front for the invaders. In August, 79 soldiers lost their lives, of which 55 American NATO. Total 489 dead U.S. and NATO soldiers in the first eight months of this year just has, with 521 victims to break the dreary record of last year. If the Danish Secretary General of NATO, Rasmussen still praises the alleged progress in Afghanistan, as recently in the Danish television, then this speaks for an unrealistic extreme or very simple propaganda. Even the Gen. Petraeus, who is Obama’s hope and Supreme Commander in Afghanistan, has admitted recently that the traces of the Taliban are recognizing more and more in the country. And this, although the occupation forces of the United States and NATO more than verzweifacht has been in the last year and a half with currently 150,000 soldiers. Lena Cook