A government which does not have the slightest support of the people, drowned in the monopoly and tyranny of power and fires on the citizens.
There are arguments about the support of White-House and Trump’s statement on peaceful resolution of Kabul-Balkh tensions which indicate it is futile.
The media outlets released a report about the official statement of the White-House and US stance on Kabul-Balkh tensions, in which the American president stressed the issue of Kabul and Balkh would be resolved through dialogue.
The statement emphasized that the issue of removal and installation of the governorates is the authority of the Afghan president and that people must see this change as an indicator of the institutionalization of law and the progress of good governance.
Now, what speculations do institutionalization of law and good governance have to the beyond-law of the National Unity Government, but there are words saying the official White-House channels have not issued such a declaration and it was fake.
The scandal and efforts of the ruling team in the Afghan presidential palace reached a stage that it resorts to the White House’s support for such lobbies, so as to be able to find a glimpse of hope for its unknown future.
A government which does not have the slightest support of the people, drowned in the monopoly and tyranny of power and fires on the citizens, has no way but resorting to the White House’s “lobbies.”
The ruling team knows well that if Kabul-Balkh issue handed over to people, it has little hope of victory and will directly go to destruction. The government knows well that neither armed forces support its position nor the people back up a team that is accused of breeding, transferring and displacing terrorism to the north of the country.
Therefore, the ruling team is trying to make themselves happy, issuing a fake statement by the White-House through trickery and cheat, in order to “scare its opponents” via the monster of the foreign forces and their support; while “Wishes don’t wash dishes.”
Translated by Taher Mojab