Nekomimi Lisa (lisagoddess) wrote,
Nekomimi Lisa

war etc

"Members of the secretive forces were supporting efforts by the intelligence community to undermine the Taliban regime, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. The official said military action could increase significantly in the coming days. "

This makes me a bit worried. I guess i am wondering if these "Secret forces" are 100 secret agents going in and doing the "proper" (As if there is such a thing) assassinations/arrests to the humans who are at the center of all of this. However, when any country steps in and "fights" along side one faction in a war (northern allience w/ USA vs. Taliban and WHO?) there is likely to be sides taken by other nations. I worry that these special and secret forces are going to make a mistake, or more ground military is going to get involved and its going to be the US against the Taliban (and allies) instead of the Northern Alliance agains the Taliban.
Any thoughts on this? Maybe im completely off.

However, after reading this article,,,56-2001363168,00.html
I have to agree that whatever we are going to do, we need to get to it. Im hoping that GB the son (or those who control his strings) are more effective than his father in the Gulf War. Get in, do objective, get out. Or our "military might" means very little.

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