I'm planning for an 'alt-hist' or predicted scenario that Myanmar will be permanently expelled from the ASEAN and UN due to severe human rights violations. As for this time, is expelling that piece of countryball necessary?
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Is expelling military-ruled Myanmar a good move?
Somaliland is a country
Sudan has a (failed coup) recently
I heard sudan has a failed coup on the news the day before last. the goverment said "I blame pro-Bashir elements". Idk what the date started the failed coup.
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This is just Bullshit. In fact this should be the Opposite if you ask me.
pakistan fear india will claims pakistann train islamic terrorist so they claim india
The US just withdrew and the Taliban now officially controls the airport
The Taliban has taken the airport after the complete US withdrawal. There is video of taliban fighters inspecting US chinooks in a hangar at the airport. The secretary of defense said that all the equipment we left behind was made unusable, but we're also seeing scenes of the Taliban holding military parades in Kabul using former US military equipment.
It is very sad to see a country fall to a terrorist organization. It's also the Afghan Military's fault. See they received good weapons from the US to defend their country but then the commanders stupidly took those good equipment and sold it in the black market where the Taliban take weapons from. Heck the couldn't crack down on the Haqqani Network so they could slow the the Taliban. I my opinion this is very messed up.
look at the article that says What Went Wrong in Afghanistan? - WSJ - Wall Street Journal
Finally some good news
Bassicly, ik we are pretty damn angry of the situations happening right now but here is some good news : -Comunism in Cuba is comming to an end. -The amount of resistances of Afghanistan are getting more and more powerfull by each month. -ISIS is encircled by every nation including terrorists, meaning that ISIS might disappear soon and never come back again. -China's economic miracle is comming to an end, meaning that Taiwan might get their lands back and stop the genocide and give freedom to people inside of China.
Junta extension to 2023 is a lie for me
Burmese military government said that there will be elections at that year and it might be a political (big) lie, they're recreating the 1962-ish Burma.
If the military government still killing Rohingyas for no reason then removing the country from the UN will be a big play, plus military intervention (seek help for Vietnam for ambushes and use of environment on warfare).
THE TALIBAN ARE CLOSING IN ON THE AIRPORT
We've been hearing about the Taliban closing in on the airport over the past day or two, and now we're seeing a large explosion at the front gate of Kabul's airport. There are also reports of taliban gunfire outside of the airport. It's almost certain the the Taliban are trying to invade the airport.
I have just learned that ISIS has claimed responsibility for the explosion and other explosions in kabul
Summary of the situation in Afghanistan
Just a summary of what has been going on in Afghanistan For those who aren't aware, the Taliban took control of the country in only ~2 weeks as US troops rapidly withdrew. The Taliban have been going on a reign of terror ever since they took control. Examples include setting up checkpoints and arresting/attacking people trying to evacuate through the airport, setting up checkpoints elsewhere in Kabul, ordering gender segregation in schools, arresting female journalists, arresting a US contractor and claiming he went "missing" in their custody, destroying musical instruments and an amusement park, and firing on protesters raising the former afghan flag. The airport is currently in chaos. there are giant crowds of people out on the tarmac who are staying on it 24/7. The airport is currently being guarded by American, British, German, and Belgian troops, but if any civilians try to leave the airport, they will be arrested by the Taliban. Almost every country has evacuated or is in the process of evacuating their diplomatic personnel. Currently there are also movements of afghan refugees trying to flee. The Turkish government built a wall on it's eastern border to prevent afghan refugees from getting in, while Albania and Kosovo have agreed to serve as a base for afghan refugees moving into Europe and the US. The US government currently has plans to house afghan refugees in military bases. Some other notes. Russia, China, and Tajikistan have done joint military exercises near the afghan border. There is currently an Afghan resistance against the Taliban going on in Panjshir. Prior to the fall of Kabul, the Afghan president fled the country for Tajikistan.