Government, Politics

Who Is Sending Stacks of U.S. Hundred-Dollar Bills to the Taliban?

Da Afghanistan Bank, Afghanistan’s Taliban-controlled central bank, tweeted the images on Nov. 29, Dec. 5, Dec. 6, and last Wednesday: massive stacks of American hundred-dollar bills, wrapped in plastic, bar-coded, and placed in boxes or blue plastic bags on the tarmac at the Kabul airport. The bank said this was $40 million in “humanitarian aid,” but said nothing about who had sent it. One observer says that judging from the photos, there looks to be much more than $40 million flowing into the Taliban’s coffers. So who is funding the Taliban with tens of millions in untraceable cash?

The prime suspect, of course, is Old Joe Biden and his handlers, which may explain why it looks as if it’s more than a paltry forty million bucks. Dr. Anas Iqtait of the Centre of Arab and Islamic Studies at Australian National University, noting that “what is very clear is that it is not clear where this cash is being shipped from,” added that Da Bank’s photos looked to be of far more than that: “Especially on the runway, it may have been hundreds of millions of dollars.”

That’s how much Biden’s handlers have pledged to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. On Aug. 31, 2021, Old Joe declared, “We will continue to support the Afghan people through diplomacy, international influence, and humanitarian aid.” Read more…

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