Kamala Harris and Antony Blinken flank Joe Biden as he gives remarks about US imperialism in Afghanistan

The US Isn’t Done With Afghanistan

strengthen and expand their economic relationships across Central Asia. Maintaining U.S. hegemony in the region will require obstructing and undermining these relationships. . . .

US president Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Domestic policy czar Susan Rice, and John Kerry in the white house's Oval Office.

On Afghanistan: Joe Biden is the Imperialist in Chief

First of all I hate that nationalistic jingoism “homeland,” but that’s what y’all’s president said yesterday in his speech about the inevitable unfolding chaos in Afghanistan, and the man was belligerent in saying the quiet part about US imperialism in Afghanistan out loud. He might as well have stood at the podium and said, “We went into Afghanistan for payback against the terrorists we helped create when we used the Afghan people to fight the Soviet Union in the 80s, and that’s all we cared about. We did that and to hell with them people and their country!” . . .

Somali women and children in a market.

Demand An End to the U.S. Shadow War in Somalia

20 years ago, the CIA and Joint Special Operations Command under George W. Bush began supporting warlords in Somalia to target and kill what the U.S. deemed to be ‘Islamists,’ escalating tensions in the area. 6 years later, the Bush administration began an undeclared war in Somalia launching airstrikes as part of the nation’s imperialist expansion efforts, popularly referred to as the “War on Terror,” starting in Mogadishu with reports claiming that the strikes eventually expanded to all parts of Somalia. These drone and airstrikes were, and are, conducted by AFRICOM (United States Africa Command) which was established in 2007 . . .