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Afghanistan translator 'just waiting for
Taliban to kill me' after he risked
his life for US

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Posted By: Moritz55, 8/14/2021 2:27:08 AM

An Afghan translator who helped U.S. forces in the region now fears for his life as the Taliban terrorist group continues its takeover of the country in Central Asia. "I don’t want to die," Faridoon Hazeen wrote to Fox News in an email. He later said on the phone, "I feel like a man drowning….I am reaching out to anything and anyone to save me." The 39-year-old father of four is just one of the thousands of people in Afghanistan who could be at the top of a kill list if the Taliban were to fully take over the country. He has been trying


Biden Administration can’t be bothered to help someone who put his life on the line to help us. Meanwhile, down on our southern border…

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DVC 8/14/2021 2:35:36 AM (No. 878239)
Help him move to another Muslim country, NOT to the USA.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 8/14/2021 2:49:02 AM (No. 878250)
Why don't you just publish his name so the entire world knows who he is? Fox has just as many idiots as the other branches of the MSM.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Californian 8/14/2021 2:51:37 AM (No. 878251)
If we don't help the people who helped us this time then no one will help us next time. This guy and his family need to be rescued. And yes brought to the US if that's what they want. I'd prefer someone who has actively risked his life for this country to the hordes coming over the border for free money who give us nothing in return except disease and crime.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: watashiyo 8/14/2021 4:07:58 AM (No. 878270)
Let the criminals and the undesirables into our country but not those who helped our soldiers against the enemies. Talibans are taking over and there are still many Americans and friends in Afghanistan. Will this be another repeat of SAIGON?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: stablemoney 8/14/2021 4:10:29 AM (No. 878271)
He did not risk his life for the U.S.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: dickiedeeb 8/14/2021 6:15:08 AM (No. 878313)
Like it or not the reality is you are a traitor and a collaborator with a foreign occupier You should of studied history and realized the USA does not fight wars to win but only for the profit and power of its military industrial complex and connected war pigs You didnt So now you got to take your medicine At least it wont be some lunatic experimental gene therapy bioweapon it will be good old fashioned lead... Do your due diligence before you make life or death decisions... Dumbass
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Lazyman 8/14/2021 6:43:06 AM (No. 878326)
Sorry #3, they did help despite the fact that we did the same thing to the South Vietnamese.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: ARKfamily 8/14/2021 6:47:18 AM (No. 878327)
Where is George Bush in all of this? He sure was on board with all of this when he was President but lend any support to Donald Trump, forget it. Well, George W Bush, you wanted freedom for all of those people but you sold them out when you spoke your support for Joe Biden. . .
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Reply 9 - Posted by: spacer 8/14/2021 7:26:06 AM (No. 878351)
Excuse me but WE were the ones helping this guy and his family to save his country. Not the other way around. I thought it was nuts but that was the excuse the pols and generals made to spend trillions of tax dollars and thousands of American lives. The citizens of America owe you nothing.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 8/14/2021 8:14:48 AM (No. 878410)
Unless he can get himself and his family out of the country in the next week, his days are numbered. Fox News, you sealed his fate by publishing his name. How stupid of you.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: chumley 8/14/2021 8:45:13 AM (No. 878450)
History has shown that backing the US is a bad bet. You will be abandoned when we lose the war and run.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Californian 8/14/2021 9:11:49 AM (No. 878485)
9, we didn't ever say we went there to save his country. We went there to kill bin laden and destroy the taliban. No one gave a dmn about his country. We found bin laden in Pakistan and there's no way to destroy a local group like the taliban. We should have declared victory the day bin laden died and went home. What exactly was the mission and victory conditions after that? Help your friends or you won't have any.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Come And Take It 8/14/2021 9:20:04 AM (No. 878496)
The clear message here, and every single time the Democraps regain power, is do not trust the US. We knife our allies in the back over and over every single time the political winds shift in this country. This time, it may be for good, given that the commies have set everything in motion for one party rule from here on out. Even without it, there are so many limp diqued Republicans that enable them, that no one can or should trust America anymore.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: spacer 8/14/2021 9:41:27 AM (No. 878525)
#12 Agree with your get out date. I despised the entire debacle from the get go. However the generals all agreed to establish Bush's rebuild fiasco. Form water plants to schools to a military ten times larger than the Taliban. THAT was Bushs AND the hack generals scheme.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: VAPMAN 8/14/2021 9:53:14 AM (No. 878540)
Yes #8 where is George W Bush ? That weasel is in hiding probably thinking up something snarky to say about Trump. It was his policy that is now ending in disaster after wasting trillions of taxpayer dollars. What a little coward he has turned into.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Strike3 8/14/2021 10:11:30 AM (No. 878576)
Think about the real value of Afghanistan to the world. Hundreds of square miles of Poppy fields that supply the Middle East and Asia with their Opium, Heroin and Coke. More than 90% of illicit heroin globally, and more than 95% of the European supply. Why were we there again? Was the (alleged) death of bin Laden worth all those dead soldiers when a small team was all that was needed to take him out? More than one leader needs to have his head examined over this war, GWB included.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/14/2021 10:24:45 AM (No. 878604)
This guy put his life on the line for the US? Why not for Afghanistan and freedom? It's his home. Sorry. This was not a US war of conquest and occupation. It was a chance for Afghans to create a society large numbers apparently had to desire for. And now the proof is in the rapid collapse of our construct...after 20 years of training, equipage, and financial support. Two trillion by some estimates. Four Presidents played in this sandbox to this end.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: TLCary 8/14/2021 10:49:34 AM (No. 878639)
The only thing that has ever really worked, get a gun and ammo, get lots, get people who agree with you and are in the same dire situation - and aim for the center of mass.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 8/14/2021 12:08:23 PM (No. 878743)
God helps those who help themselves. Seems like heading to another country NOW would be a smart move, not just waiting and whining.
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