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Afghan President Accuses the US Government of False Flag Activity sun march 10th 2013

Afghan President Accuses the US Government of False Flag Activity sun march 10th 2013

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The Afghan President accuses the US and Taliban of working together to scare Afghanis into believing violence would increase if the US left and using orchestrated suicide bombings to accomplish this.
The Afghan President accuses the US and Taliban of working together to scare Afghanis into believing violence would increase if the US left and using orchestrated suicide bombings to accomplish this.

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Afghan president accusesU.S., Taliban of collusion
Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaks during a nationally televised speech about the state of Afghan women inKabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, March, 10, 2013./ 
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Updated 9:00 a.m. ET Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Sunday accused theTaliban and the U.S. of working in concert to convince Afghans that violence will worsen if most foreign troops leave — an allegation the top American commanderin Afghanistan rejected as "categorically false."Karzai said two suicide bombings that killed 19people on Saturday — one outside the AfghanDefense Ministry and the other near a policecheckpoint in eastern Khost province — show theinsurgent group is conducting attacks to helpshow that international forces will still be neededto keep the peace after their current combatmission ends in 2014."The explosions in Kabul and Khost yesterday 
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showed that they are at the service of America andat the service of this phrase: 2014. They are tryingto frighten us into thinking that if the foreignersare not in Afghanistan, we would be facing thesesorts of incidents," he said during a nationally televised speech about the state of Afghan women.U.S. and NATO forces commander Gen. JosephDunford said Karzai had never expressed such views to him, but said it was understandable thattensions would arise as the coalition balances theneed to complete its mission and the Afghans'move to exercise more sovereignty."We have fought too hard over the past 12 years, we have shed too much blood over the last 12 years, to ever think that violence or instability  would be to our advantage," Dunford said.Karzai is known for making incendiary commentsin his public speeches, a move that is oftenattributed to him trying to appeal to those whosympathize with the Taliban or as a way to gainleverage when he feels his international allies areignoring his country's sovereignty. In previousspeeches, he has threatened to join the Talibanand called his NATO allies occupiers who want toplunder Afghanistan's resources.Karzai also denounced the arrest of a university student Saturday by Afghan forceshis aide said were working for the CIA. It was unclear why the student wasdetained.Presidential spokesman Aimal Faizi said the CIA freed the student after Karzai'sstaff intervened, but that Karzai wants the Afghan raiders arrested. The presidentissued a decree on Sunday banning all foreign forces from universities andschools unless they obtain prior permission from the Afghan government.The Karzai government's latest comments and actions come as it negotiates a pact with the U.S. for the long-term presence of American forces in Afghanistan and just days after an agreement to transfer the U.S. prison outside of Kabul to Afghan authority fell through. They also came during U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's first visit to Afghanistan since becoming the Pentagon chief.Karzai said in his speech that any foreign powers that want to keep troops in Afghanistan need to do so under conditions set forward by Afghanistan."We will tell them where we need them, and under which conditions. They mustrespect our laws. They must respect the national sovereignty of our country andmust respect all our customs," Karzai said.Karzai offered no proof of coordination, but said the Taliban and the UnitedStates were in "daily negotiations" in various foreign countries and noted that theUnited States has said that it no longer considers the insurgent group its enemy.The U.S. continues to fight against the Taliban and other militant groups, but hasexpressed its backing for formal peace talks with the Taliban to find a politicalresolution to the war.
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