The fall of Kabul- Biden’s ultimate betrayal.

America, we have a problem – and it isn’t just confined to our own backyards, but stretches across oceans to places like Afghanistan. Join Keith Michaels, Russ Brown and Bennett McCoy as we dissect the way our nation’s leadership handles both domestic and foreign affairs. Amidst these serious discussions, we also take time to laugh about our own backyard follies, making our conversations as entertaining as they are relatable.

Our focus first turns to the Biden administration’s handling of Afghanistan. The fallout from the pullout has been heart-rending and serves as a stark reminder of the consequences of misplaced optimism. We peel back the layers of history, tracing the implications of events from the 9/11 attacks to the present day. What we find is a country whose influence is waning and whose internal divisions are deepening.

But who is really in control of the United States? Is Joe Biden at the helm, or are there puppeteers pulling the strings? We explore this thought, shedding light on Biden’s foreign policy decisions stretching back to 1975. The question we pose is this: Is this the America we signed up for? More importantly, where are we heading? Our discussions range from our relationship with China to the state of affairs at home, underscoring the need for these crucial conversations.

The state of our nation is further reflected upon in light of George W Bush’s 9/11 speech. The America of 22 years ago feels increasingly alien to us now. The rise of the police state, the assertion of extra-national powers, the interests of banking sectors, and the consolidation of corporations are all shaking our democracy to its core. With figureheads like Joe Biden, the Obamas, and the Clintons seemingly under the control of entities like Larry Fink and Blackrock, it feels as though the America we knew is slipping away.

Moreover, we scrutinize the Biden administration’s foreign policy missteps, starting with his stance on providing aid to South Vietnamese refugees in 1975. Biden dismissed the moral obligation to honor America’s commitment to its allies, an attitude that is evident in his handling of other foreign affairs, such as the Afghanistan pullout. This has contributed to the perception of America as a weak nation and Biden’s misplaced optimism and failed predictions have only exacerbated the situation.

Our discussion of the United States’ complex relationship with the Chinese Communist Party begins with Biden’s 1979 visit to China. Over the past four decades, the US has shifted from cooperation to hostility. The repercussions of this shift are felt in Biden’s words and actions and in the state of US-Chinese relations today.

In conclusion, the American leadership crisis, as discussed in this episode, calls for serious introspection and dialogue. From Biden’s foreign policy to the state of our nation’s divisions, it is clear that America is navigating through uncertain waters. It is our hope that by shedding light on these issues, we can contribute to the much-needed conversations about the future of our nation.

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