FALSE FLAG Reagan Proclaims March 21, 1983 As "Afghanistan Day" For The Afghan Freedom Fighters
How To Go To Heaven: www.jesus-is-savior.com "To watch the courageous Afghan freedom fighters battle modern arsenals with simple hand-held weapons is an inspiration to those who love freedom." — US President Ronald Reagan, March 21, 1983 "These gentlemen [Taliban] are the moral equivalents of America's Founding Fathers" ~President Ronald Reagan 1985 'In 1982, Ronald Reagan dedicated the Space Shuttle Columbia to the resistance fighters [Taliban] in Afghanistan.' "So, too, in Afghanistan, the freedom fighters are the key to peace. We support the Mujahidin. There can be no settlement unless all Soviet troops are removed and the Afghan people are allowed genuine self-determination." Ronald Reagan 1989 State Of The Union Address www.hartford-hwp.com Proclamation 5034—Afghanistan Day, 1983 By the President of the United States of America, 21 March 1983 The tragedy of Afghanistan continues as the valiant and courageous Afghan freedom fighters [The Taliban] persevere in standing up against the brutal power of the Soviet invasion and occupation. The Afghan people are struggling to reclaim their freedom, which was taken from them when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December of 1979. In this three-year period the Soviet Union has been unable to subjugate Afghanistan. The Soviet forces are pitted against an extraordinary people who, in their determination to preserve the character of their ancient land, have organized an effective and still spreading country-wide resistance <b>...</b>
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