Abdul Latif Nasser had once been a Taliban commander in Afghanistan.” After being held prisoner for 19 years, at least some of which was in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Biden sent Nasser home to Morocco, declaring him no longer a threat. Just last month, on July 19, Imperial Leader Joe Biden released the very first prisoner from Gitmo. It’s highly possible that he’s now in charge of Afghanistan and out for revenge.
Commander brags about Gitmo
The name of Afghanistan’s brand new Taliban commander hasn’t been released yet but there’s a good chance it is Abdul Latif Nasser. Our Imperial Palace is afraid to admit it.
Not only was Nasser the first terrorist to be pardoned by Biden and sent home from Guantanamo Bay, he seems to have been the only one. Still, it’s not official yet that he seized the country. Whoever did set a speed record, taking over a whole lot faster than America did.
Whoever the Taliban commander is, he “bragged in a victory speech from inside the presidential palace in Kabul that he spent eight years in Guantanamo Bay.”
Al Jazeera proudly hosted his first press conference only “hours after President Ashraf Ghani fled from Afghanistan.” Now that he’s clearly in control, his Taliban forces are calling for a “peaceful transfer of power.” The war, he declared is over. They won.
“I want to congratulate the Muslim Afghan people on this huge victory,” the commander praised. in another clip, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder of the Taliban in Afghanistan adds, “day by day we will get involved in the service of our nation, in providing them with the security and hope for their future.”
A spokesman noted officially, “we don’t interfere with others’ affairs and we won’t allow interference in our affairs. We have reached what we were seeking — the freedom of our country and the independence of our people.”
Bye Bye Bagram
The special prison at the U.S. Air Base in Bagram used to contain the 5,000 “highest-value” Taliban, al Qaeda and ISIS fighters. The new commander had them all “evacuated to a safe place.” These are the most vicious killers on the planet, each and every one a captured senior al Qaeda or Taliban leader.
Ben Wallace is worried. He’s British Defense Secretary. “I’m absolutely worried that failed states are breeding grounds for those types of people. Al Qaeda will probably come back.”
Liberals in the U.S. and Europe kept whining about the “mistreatment of prisoners and the prolonged imprisonment of people without charge” in Guantanamo Bay. Bleeding hearted Joe Biden couldn’t wait to announce in February that “he was reviewing the state of the military prison with the hope of shutting it down.”
It appears that the very first prisoner he released took over Afghanistan and started a whole new war. When they turned Commander Nasser loose, a senior palace official declared, Joe Biden is “very much focused,” subject to national security reviews, on transferring more Guantanamo prisoners to other countries willing to take them and closing the prison.”
If Nasser is the new Taliban commander and totally in charge of Afghanistan, then the 56-year-old terrorist sure had Biden fooled. They let him return to Morocco “five years after senior U.S. officials first determined he was no longer a significant threat to U.S. security.” That was Obama’s bunch.
Instead, it turned out he was a threat to Afghan security. “U.S. officials said they were grateful to Morocco for accepting the transfer of Nasser.” Have a nice day!