A white pilling story came out from Afghanistan in The Guardian on Tuesday about the Taliban’s latest actions after winning the war against the Globalist American Empire (GAE).
They took to the streets of Kabul to replace the mural of George Floyd, the deceased fentanyl addict and violent thug who pointed a gun at a pregnant woman along with anti Iranian propaganda.
These murals and such were labeled as artlords, a group of “creatives, painted the murals on walls and blast barriers, spending eight years transforming swathes of Kabul until the Taliban marched in.”
In its place, the Taliban has put up victory slogans congratulating the nation of Afghanistan of defeating the GAE and its allies.
It of course should be noted that none of this social justice warrior garbage, critical race theory, globohomo, and other things that have come to define the West now, none of that was in Afghanistan until the GAE occupation of the deeply religious Muslim country.
The Western media has not taken to this well at all with unhinged reactions and melting down even to people who agree with them, for example Emma Graham-Harrison, who tweeted “You’re veering into mansplaining. I have been covering Afghanistan for over a decade and am currently in Kabul. Do you not think I might know what’s on the Taliban flag, even if I didn’t put it into a tweet?”
You're veering into mansplaining. I have been covering Afghanistan for over a decade and am currently in Kabul. Do you not think I might know what's on the Taliban flag, even if I didn't put it into a tweet?
— Emma Graham-Harrison (@_EmmaGH) September 6, 2021
The reactions will continue to come in about this move by the Taliban and I will continue to cover that along with the situation in Afghanistan generally.
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