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British deaths raise questions about Afghan police


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Bear in mind that when it comes to counterinsurgency warfare;you need a certain amount of troops vis a vis the civilian population.

Apparently the Afghan troops are considered part of the solution when it comes to dealing with the Taliban.

If you're(from a Washington view)counting on the locals to maintain security in order to win and said locals are killing Western troops for the hell of it.

Well you're going to need a lot more then 40,000 extra soldiers at this point.

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Has anyone considered the probability that, the training being given to the Afgan forces, is being used against the trainers?

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This is an outrage! British forces should be used only for the defence of the realm, not supporting a greedy and corrupt rat and his so-called government. How many more UK, US etc lives are going to be totally wasted supporting these heathens.

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This is particulary poignant:

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