Biden’s Betrayal

Kabul airport bombing aftermath

DISCLOSURE: Sourced from Russian government funded media

The price for the withdrawal of US forces has now become clear – the Taliban clearly demanded US data on those Afghan nations who cooperated with NATO forces. The Administration isn’t denying that they’ve been talking to the Taliban. I am aware that one faction inside the Taliban opened up a channel to the Pentagon early last week. The problem with negotiating with terrorists is that you have to make concessions.

Well aware that they had blundered it looks as though the Biden regime took a calculated decision to get Americans out, with Taliban assistance, and sell those who had helped the West down the river. The damage to America’s reputation has been severe. NATO has been fatally compromised by the defeat of its mission in Afghanistan.

Although the administration keeps talking about Former President Trump’s with respect ill-advised deal with the Taliban, what they have not mentioned is that they removed the self-defense kit from the Afghan Air Force’s helicopters, along with the contractors to maintain it. I don’t recall that being part of the Trump deal.

It’s also now clear that the regime was aware when they took the decision to pull out that the Afghan National Army wasn’t being paid! How in those circumstances were they going to stand up to the Taliban? Those guys don’t take prisoners. For a local, fighting them involved not inconsiderable risk.

As predicted the Taliban have already started revenge shootings. They are not people with whom we can do business, whichever faction is involved. They are not going to respect human rights, nor are they going to conduct elections, not even Pennsylvania-style elections where the result is determined in advance. They also don’t play cricket.

The deal is reminiscent of that struck by President Nixon with the North Vietnamese in Paris. Biden might care to remember what happened to his predecessor, who, unlike him, was an elected president. The CIA soon took care of him.

There is little point in the Republicans threatening to impeach Biden. They don’t have the votes and impeachment would be dead on arrival. They would be better off concentrating on seizing control of both houses in ’22, at which point they could consider impeachment.

The bombing

ISIS-K’s suicide bombing at Kabul Airport was predictable. It was clear that someone was going to try and stop the airlift, either a faction of the Taliban, ISIS, or al Qaeda. Apart from anything else thousands of Islamic nutters have been released from Afghan prisons – it’s even worse than California. (I am referring of course to assassin Sirhan Sirhan’s parole.)

Biden was never going to extend the airlift, but Britain could and should have. The RAF has a reasonable airlift capacity and civil aircraft could have been used. Boris Johnson’s decision after the bombing to curtail the airlift was shameful.

The US, sadly, lost some very good young people. Serious questions are going to have to be asked about perimeter security. Suicide bombers were an obvious threat. Biden’s response was predictably feeble. Taking out a couple of junior ISIS commanders, who or may not have been involved in planning the attack, was hardly a commensurate response.

The press conference

Biden’s performance was so bad that even some Cabinet members here thought that he had gone gaga. Either they or officials promptly briefed the media. These reports were then picked up by the Washington Post, which in turn is read by those members of the regime who are able to read.

Biden is reported to be annoyed, but he needn’t be. The cognitive deficit, remarkable even by Democrat standards, no offense intended, is there for all to see. Reading out the instructions on whom to call was priceless! He’s now a figure of fun and the Democrats are bound to be brushing up on the 25th Amendment.

Britain’s response

Neville Chamberlain

Whilst a response from the Biden regime can be ruled out there is nothing to stop the UK from mounting an attack on Terry Taliban. Whilst Boris Johnson is settled on a policy of appeasement, Neville Chamberlain style, he’s unlikely to be around for much longer. This could be the 21st century equivalent of May 1940, when the useless PM Chamberlain, who happened to be an Abwehr asset, was replaced by the titan Winston Churchill.

A complete strategic reset is needed. We would need to use both of our fine aircraft carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. I was wrong by the way about the latter sortieing to the Indian Ocean – she was getting ready to leave the harbor when I saw her, but only for a short training cruise. She was back by Friday morning when I got back from Jersey.

As explained in previous columns, in order to get ground troops into Afghanistan we will need to cut a deal with either the Indians or that nice man Mr. Pooters in Moscow. We’ll also need to talk to the boys in Dushanbe, Tajikistan probably being the most reliable local ally. Emomali Rahmon, the President of Tajikistan, is by all accounts a nice chap. Moreover, unlike Joseph Biden, he was actually elected. (They don’t use voting machines in Tajikistan.)

Sir Winston Churchill

I respectfully maintain that a two-front attack is a way to go. That means a small invasion of Pakistan, allowing us to attack Terry Taliban from the south, and going in from the north via Tajikistan. Naturally, we should also talk to the Uzbeks and recruit other local allies. The RAF could give Terry Taliban a good strafing from bases in former Pakistan (which would become northern India) and Tajikistan.

We can’t just ask the Indians, the Russians, and the Tajiks for help without offering something in return. A new British Prime Minister, hopefully, one with a brain this time, no offense to Boris intended, would be able to offer dear old Pooters a nice little package, including UK withdrawal from NATO, recognition of Russia’s perfectly proper annexation of Eastern Ukraine, a free hand in rump Ukraine, apologies and compensation over Salisbury and MH17, and a few other bits and pieces.

Michael Shrimpton in Jersey, by the old German fortifications on the
west coast

The Indians would be able to take over Pakistan, sorting out Kashmir in the process, and would be backed over Chinese-occupied Kashmir. Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales, operating with the Indian Navy, should be able to sort out the Pakistani navy and air force. The Indian Army is a fine old institution, even if they’ve changed the name of Queen Victoria’s Own Madras Sappers and Miners to something silly.

HMS Queen Elizabeth

We could call the war World War Three. It would be a short world war, although it wouldn’t be over by Christmas. The Bad Guys haven’t overreached this far since our community partner Adolf Hitler invaded Poland.

Two notable departures

Charlie Watts

The past week has seen the sad loss of the world’s greatest drummer, Charlie Watts (1941 – 2021), drummer for the greatest ever rock and roll band, the Rolling Stones. He was one of the few Stones who wasn’t stoned all the time and gathered some moss along the way.

We never met, but by all accounts, he was an agent. He was certainly a very fine musician and will be much missed.

I did meet the week’s other great loss, Ted Dexter CBE (1935 – 2021), an outstanding cricketer, former captain of England, and time President of MCC. Unlike Boris Johnson, he believed in going on to the front foot.

Ted Dexter CBE

A powerful driver of the ball he was one of the greatest attacking batsmen who ever lived, although he was also possessed of sound defense and was quite able to play for the team if the occasion demanded it. He scored more runs on MCC’s 1962/1963 tour of Australia than any England captain before or since, indeed he scored more than a thousand first-class runs on the tour at an average of over 40. (I should explain that under a very sensible system since stupidly abandoned, MCC selected the touring party, which played as MCC in first-class and friendly matches but as England in Tests.)

His Grace the Duke of Norfolk was the manager on that tour, and a very fine manager he was to respect, indeed there is a case for making the Dukes of Norfolk hereditary managers of overseas tours. Some idiot journalists complained that His Grace had to fly back to England, but as the Earl Marshal of England he had responsibilities, including the annual rehearsal for Sir Winston Churchill’s State Funeral – MCC perfectly well understood this when they extended the invitation.

Ted Dexter was the most charming of men, possessed of sound opinions. In addition to being a great cricketer, he was a fine amateur golfer and a pilot good enough to fly his own plane to Australia to cover Ray Illingworth’s tour of Australia in 1970/1971. (Illingworth was a successful captain, but a professional.) After the sad news was announced the entire England team took to the field on the second day of the Third Test against India at Headingley wearing black armbands and rightly so.

I sincerely hope that Ted Dexter, who should have been knighted, will be given a memorial service at Westminster Abbey. One way of making up for our failure as a nation to honor this great man sufficiently would be to create a baronetcy for his son so that Ted Dexter’s achievements would be marked by generation after generation.


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  1. Politico and Fox reported 4 days ago that the US officials in Kabul gave the Taliban a list of American citizens, green card holders, and Afghan allies in an effort to grant them entry to the airport. And Biden told George Stephanopoulos on the 18th that the US would stay and get every American out. But the bastard lied. State dept. senior official says today that there are up to 250 Americans still in Afghanistan. Taliban have been going around and executing people, using that very handy list. They started in the provinces first, where no one would notice. And before midnight last night, they started the executions in Kabul itself, using that very handy list of names and addresses.

    • Update to those numbers… US Rep. Mike Waltz (ex-Green Beret) said today that his office is in contact with 100s of American families still there who wanted to leave but could not. He then added that those families represent >1000 American citizens and Green card holders.

  2. Thermonuclear Pakistan under P.M. Kahn is not to be triffeled with, by any effete and out of their deapth Brits. Will the Britts send another 48,000 Tommys for the Afghans to slaughter, and allow one live to tell the tale like in 1840. I would hate to think what fate any captured Brits would suffer from the Taliban. They let the Brits slither away this year, but would be MORE THAN JUSTIFIED to met out some rough justice to any stupid enough to think they are entitled to another try. Would London be safe from Pakistan hits?

    • The SAS, SBS, etc. are anything but effete. The problem in the UK is the same as everywhere, incl. here in the US: corrupt politicians, bureaucrats, judges, LE, some nobility, church leaders, military leaders. Time to clean out the pedophiles and traitors. The DVD has the Cabinet Office and GO2 in the UK. How ridiculous for MI6 to host GO2 in their midst! And here we have the CIA’s German wing, Correa Group, ruling the roost from Frankfurt. Wartime rules are different from peacetime rules, so maybe we need an official little war in order to be able to shoot the pedophiles.

  3. One look at Shrimpton’s bio leaves no doubt he has to know ((who))) did 9-11.

    The ultimate “betrayal” lies with treasonous liars like Shrimpton and the world-class war criminals they enable.

  4. Satire Shrimpton is good at eh? Or is it serious we are not supposed to laugh?
    Reminds me of cartoon:

    “hello please meet my good friend Joe, the most sarcastic person in the entire world…

    Joe holds out hand for handshake, and says “glad to meet you”

  5. Replies to bmarkie and Mike Hughes: Is there any chance that our venerated Mr Shrimpton was extracting the yellow liquid? And do read his book, Spycatcher, some great chapters in it.

  6. I fully support the British invasion of Afghanistan sans US. In fact, please let me know if you need anything like support animals or fancy hats to wear while doing so, I would be happy to contribute. I’m not sure anything else would be as delightful to watch as that.

    When you get a chance please send us the names of the recipients of the opium money, and if its cheaper just send Andrew in a box.

  7. The 13 US dead in Afghanistan on Thursday… 11 Marines, 1 Navy corpsman and 1 Army. 1 of the Marine deaths hit very close to home: Lance Cpl. Jared M. Schmitz, 20, of St. Charles, Missouri, a rifleman.

    • Where my husband works, half the people are ex-military. They got the boss to put the flag at half staff on Thursday, and it’s still there.

  8. Maybe it is time to get out of the other 100 odd countries where we station troops and murder drones. We could spend the money and energy saved on greening the deserts and remediating pollutants in our waterways.

  9. he did get the part– about’– ALWAYS sleeping Joe when a camera is running…~!~

    as 2 the new hells angels branch/club issi-K.. is this the new special K brand w get to poor milk on…

    and yes

    the brits did do the rite thing N rescuing the poodles – lest some dirt ranger cooked then w noodles…

  10. Shrimpy, as one who was totally taken in by the 9/11 fable, you must have at some point encountered those at VT who think otherwise. That they let you continue to spout nonsense about the war in Afghanistan without being banished to the outer darkness like Jim Fetzer, must mean that you’re being kept around like a house pet that’s allowed to pee on Gordon’s leg whenever you feel the urge. If after 20 years you continue to think of the Taliban as a terrorist group and the CIA as a force for good in the world, there’s no hope for you whatsoever.

  11. Mr. Shrimpton I hope you will be at the front of that small invasion of Pakistan that way this world can be rid of another nutter, no offence intended.

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