the dilemma of the fathers and mothers of Afghanistan.
It is also a conundrum, as both A and B Will Happen only if everyone is so afraid of A and B that they do not cooperate.
If everyone did cooperate, the taliban would be gone and B will not come to pass.
or, at the moment
under any burden better than death.
So not only must the native folk trust that the taliban will not win this 'skirmish"- they must also trust that the current karzai government will not sell them out in the end.
[Good congo men, pay attention.]
(would you sacrifice your children? "...we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor...") (Franklin, the oldest of the delegates, was reported to have responded to Hancock’s worried “We must be unanimous” with his breezy “Yes, we must indeed all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.” )
The women are willing. The women are being murdered.
United Nations, isn't it time for your tea service in a fancy hotel?
beginnings of of interest:
Recently a survey was conducted by the U.N. worldwide.
The question asked was, "Would you please give your opinion about the food shortage in the rest of the world?"
The survey was a huge failure.
In Africa they did not know what 'food' meant.
In Western Europe, they did not know what 'shortage' meant.
In Eastern Europe they did not know what 'opinion' meant.
In South America they did not know what 'please' meant.
And in the U.S. they did not know what 'the rest of the world' meant.