Hiding in Afghanistan: The Interpreters (Part 1)

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  1. FatherJon says:

    Be careful what you commit to just because someone earned a living from the allied occupation of Afghanistan. Australia had a huge fit of conscience about leaving their interpreters over there and brought in 500 of them… plus their families and relatives. This can blow out to several thousand people.
    If their gesture to the 500 Iraqi interpreters previously is any guide, there were 500 of them too, most of them remaining unemployed 5 years later! It’s a sure thing that their kids are likely to become disenchanted with life and turn to crime and drugs.
    FJ

    • teajr says:

      I know exactly what you’re saying, but there’s got to be a better way to reward those that help our mission – other than torture and death.

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