Wonderful: White House to Step Up “Secret Meetings” with Taliban

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 at 12:49 am

A surefire winning strategy for 2012:  Surrender to the Taliban.

The Obama administration hopes to restore momentum in the spring to U.S. talks with the Taliban insurgency that had reached a critical point before falling apart this month because of objections from Afghan President Hamid Karzai,U.S. and Afghan officials said.

One goal of renewed talks with the insurgents would be to identify cease-fire zones that could be used as a steppingstone toward a full peace agreement that stops most fighting, a senior administration official told The Associated Press—a goal that remains far out of reach.

U.S. officials from the State Department and White House plan to continue a series of secret meetings with Taliban representatives in Europe and the Persian Gulf region next year, assuming a small group of Taliban emissaries the U.S. considers legitimate remains willing, two officials said.

The U.S. officials spoke on condition of anonymity to describe the sensitive and precarious U.S. outreach to the Taliban leadership.


To the Taliban.

Think about that.

7 Responses to “Wonderful: White House to Step Up “Secret Meetings” with Taliban”

  1. rich b on 30/30/11 at 12:06 pm

    President Barack Omama Neville Chamberlain strikes again. Once again, this proves the idiocy of liberals and the fact they have learned NOTHING from the lessons of history.

  2. ck on 30/30/11 at 4:08 pm

    It’s unfair to call Barry, Neville. Chamberland was an unwitting dupe who had the Britons interests in mind(much like the idiot jimmah carter,jimmah didn’t really hate America till we threw him out of office). Barry has two goals in life, destroy America and re-institute the caliphate. he has been VERY successful.

  3. rich b on 30/30/11 at 10:19 pm

    RE: The above post by ck ….

    Okay – my apologies to Neville Chamberlain. He actually thought he was preserving peace. Jimmy Carter, the ass-kisser of the NOKO’s can eat my shorts! Carter deserves nothing but the trashing he currently and in the future will get from historians for being an impotent loser. The peanut farmer from Georgia will NEVER get a pass.