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Vita Vya Afghanistan Vyawa Vichungu Uingereza

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Junius, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. Junius

    Junius JF-Expert Member

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    Askari na familia za wanajeshi wa Uingereza walikua miongoni mwa waandamanaji 5000 waliokusanyika mjini London kupinga operesheni za vikosi vya Uingereza huko Afghanistan.
    Vuguvugu hilo linalojulikana kama Stop the War Coalition linasema kuwa haya ni maandamano ya kwanza tangu mgogoro huo uanze mnamo mwaka 2001.
    Lance Cpl Joe Glenton, wa kambi ya York, ambaye anashitakiwa kwa kukataa kurudi kupigana nchini Afghanistan,aliongoza maandamano hayo.
    Serikali inasema kuwa ili vikosi vya Uingereza pamoja na vya NATO viondoke huko itabidi amani na utulivu vipatikane kwanza.
    Kifo cha askari wa ngazi ya corporal, James Oakland, wa kikosi cha Royal Military Police, katika mlipuko siku ya alhamisi kiliongzea idadi ya askari wa Uingereza waliouawa nchini Afghanistan tangu mwaka 2001 kufikia 222.
    Maandamano haya yalifanyika uwanja wa Hyde Park kabla ya kuelekea bustan ya Trafalgar.
    SOURCE:BBC SWAHILI SERVICE
     
  2. Junius

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    Mlikuwa hamjuwi mlichokuwa mnashabikia hapo awali,kufeni sasa...
     
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    Britons Believe 'Afghan War is Failing'

    By Channel 4 News

    An overwhelming 84 per cent believe British troops are currently losing the war in Afghanistan, a Channel 4 News poll finds, as thousands march on London urging an end to the conflict.

    Almost half of the UK public believe that military victory in Afghanistan is impossible and significant majorities think British troops are not winning the war and should be withdrawn either immediately or within the next year, according to a poll published today.

    The YouGov survey for Channel 4 News was released as thousands of protesters gathered in London to call on the government to bring the 9,000-strong British force in Afghanistan home.

    Today's poll uncovered a much more pessimistic attitude towards the conflict than in a similar survey in 2007, when 36 per cent said that victory was not possible.

    Just 6 per cent of those taking part in today's poll said that British troops were winning the war, compared with 36 per cent who said they were not winning yet but eventual victory was possible, and 48 per cent who said that victory was not possible.

    The figures suggested an overwhelming 84 per cent believe that British troops are not winning the war with Taliban militias at present.

    Asked when British troops should be brought home from Afghanistan, 25 per cent said "immediately" and 37 per cent said most should be withdrawn soon, with the remainder pulling out within a year or so.

    Some 29 per cent said the UK force should remain "as long as Afghanistan's Government wants them there", compared with the total 62 per cent who wanted them withdrawn immediately or in the coming year.

    The poll suggests that the public mood is at odds with government policy that Britain and its Nato allies should see through their mission in Afghanistan and keep troops in the country until responsibility for its security can be handed over to home-grown forces in a process known as Afghanisation.

    Only last week, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he was ready to send a further 500 troops, so long as they could be properly equipped and form part of a Nato-wide reinforcement with each ally bearing its "fair share".

    Anti-war protesters march

    Lance Corporal Joe Glenton, who is facing court martial for refusing to return to Afghanistan, became one of the first serving soldiers to attend an anti-war demonstration since the invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001.

    He joined thousands of former colleagues, military families and anti-war protesters for a rally and march through central London, calling for British troops to be brought home.

    L/Cpl Glenton said: "I am marching to send a message to Gordon Brown. Instead of sending more troops, he must bring them all home. He cannot sit on his hands and wait while more and more of my comrades are killed."

    A total of 222 British troops have died since operations in Afghanistan began.

    Jeremy Corbyn MP, vice-chairman of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, said: "The war in Afghanistan has no clear war aims, is clearly escalating and spinning out of control and can only impact on Pakistan and the whole of South Asia.

    "Nato forces have been in Afghanistan for eight years and the result appears to be increased drug production, high levels of corruption and terrible losses of life on all sides, civilian and military.

    "Now is the time to change policy and bring the troops home to prevent Nato involving itself in a Vietnam-style quagmire."

    L/Cpl Glenton will join the march along with Paul McGurk, who left the Army last month because he could no longer support the war.

    Also expected to attend was Peter Brierley - father of Lance Corporal Shaun Brierley who was killed in Iraq - who earlier this month refused to shake Tony Blair's hand, saying it had "my son's blood on it".




    Channel 4 News
     
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    wataondoka mmoja mmoja..kama alivyoumbuka Mrussia..tena wanapigwa na watu wachache siyo nchi...
     
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    Wanataani sana kuondoka, tatizo wanaona aibu watatoa sababu zipi!?
     
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    Waseme sababu yeyote ile mfano. tumeshinda, etc lakini waondoe pua zao na uchafu wao ...wa kueneza dini ya kikristo kwa mabomu...shame;
     
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    Jamaa wanaeneza dini kwa mabomu... Dah!
     
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    Unajuwa, imekuwa kama kituo cha polisi kungia bure kutoka kwa tabu kidogo...sasa njia ya kuingia ilikuwa rahisi lakini kutoka sasa...ndo kishindo, maana wanajuwa wakiondoka leo...Taliban wanachukua nchi bila kufyatua mzinga...na wakiendelea kukaa Taliban wanawawatanguliza kwa Muumba wao hata ikibidi mmoja mmoja...mpaka waone dhiki kukaa milimani...na sasa majira ya baridi kali yanakuja ndo kabisa hali itakuwa ya tabu kwao...wazee wa milimani wanapuyanga tu.
     
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    "British & US soldier ...They are in a state of hysteria. Losers, they think that by killing civilians and trying to distort the feelings of the people they will win. I think they will not win, those bastards."
     
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