Western Imperialism and the Land of Afghanistan

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How much money have we spent in Afghanistan?

What has the United State war accomplished there in 20 years?

Why should we put more domestic American trillion dollars in arrears?

Can military Imperialism overtake all obstacles?

Other than wasting more time and joy

With our military toys?

Burning structures and capital

Soldiers and civilian casualty tears

Best to leave well enough alone

Let the Afghani’s and Taliban

Settle their ancestral home

Did not Constantine?

The Barbarians and the Vandals

Lead to the fall of Rome?

Shalt we deal more honestly?

Natural resources are not mined for democracy but economy

With integrity

For posterity

Our international and domestic

Terrorist fears


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