This weekend is memorial day weekend, and we give thanks to all who helped to get us through the wars. You name it, we fought it, and we have given our all to bring peace to the planet. Fortunately our military services took the call to duty and we won. World War 1, World War 2, Korean WAr, Vietnam War, and so many more wars. We fought so many other wars and the most disaster-prone Afghanistan war, where we were making so much progress with teaching the citizens that woman matter in a country, but lost it with ineffective leadership who sold our own military under the river, as well as the female population of the entire country of Afghanistan.
Let’s get to the reasons why we need to be better prepared. In Afghanistan, that was the most perfect place to change their world, protect the Afghanistan woman to be all they could be. They were flourishing as a country and we needed to nation-build Afghanistan for the country. Woman are the heartbeat of any country. Lets take a look at what the woman can do: they can become doctors, scientists, educators, health care professionals, pilots, sailors, astronauts, oh yea they can be mothers, and still much of what any man can do. Unfortunately, President Biden failed to follow former President Trump’s detailed, highly-conditional withdrawal from the country, and instead gave up the country to the Taliban, who now run the country with an iron fist, including the execution of women who don’t follow Sharia law protocols, and all people who cooperated with the US and allied military forces before the withdrawal.
We lost many people, including 13 brave service members during a terrorist attack at the airport as we were withdrawing from the country. In addition, we have created a situation where our own intelligence sources were compromised, with hundreds of Afghan support people being executed by the Taliban in a brutal, harsh manner. This Memorial Day, we can rest assured knowing our military personnel remain number one in world history. Unfortunately, our leadership has failed miserably, and it is time to ramp up our leadership to be as courageous and as competent as our fighting forces.