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David E. IsabuThe fundamental goals of the United States “invasion” of Afghanistan was to bring peace to the state-nation, and eliminate the Taliban group because of the civil war they started, and because of the threat to the U.S. Has the United States accomplished its goal? Well, no! Instead, it made the situation in the country worse. Civilians killed at faster rates, buildings being destroyed, roads, houses and almost every other infrastructure demolished by the U.S. air strikes.And if there was anything that was accomplished, then it would be the destruction of the Afghan government, in making it more corrupt, or maybe any resources like the oil and its pipeline. And elevating the number of troops in the states without a solid reason of the invasion is unnecessary, especially the amount of money that will be spent to raise the amounts of troops. The U.S. invade and go after any country the feel like is a threat to the nation. Why is Pakistan a threat? And what are the dangers? Because of Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorist groups pushed to Pakistan, and they stayed there. The United States did supply weapons and money to the Pakistani government, that was controlled by the military forces. If it will take resources, (military resources,) billions of dollars from tax being spent on sending more military troops,

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