After two decades of brutally murdering Afghan families, hanging people from light poles, and claiming an untold number of lopped-off heads, the Taliban is begging for help. The Afghan citizens who survived their homes and villages being destroyed are hungry. So are the illegitimate children of the women the Taliban soldiers brutally gang-raped along the way. In attempts to remedy the situation, Taliban leaders took baths, starched their robes, and jetted off to Norway. 

Since claiming Afghanistan, this is the first time Taliban leaders have been willing to sit down with Western diplomats for a round table discussion, and it’s only because it’s they who need help. 

So as not to be disturbed the meeting was held at a private hotel sitting atop a snow-capped mountain. The Taliban’s message was clear. They want their money back. The US still has a freeze on ten billion of it and other Western nations are holding onto smaller amounts that rightfully belong to Afghanistan. They claim Afghanistan to be in a “precarious humanitarian situation,” though it is they who have inflicted the majority of it.

Taliban delegate Shafiullah Azam said, “We are requesting them to unfreeze Afghan assets and not punish ordinary Afghans because of the political discourse. Because of the starvation, because of the deadly winter, I think it’s time for the international community to support Afghans, not punish them because of political disputes.” 

Western officials one-upped the Taliban by first allowing a few Afghan women’s rights activists, followed by some human rights defenders who are on the pulse of everyday street life, to have their says from a citizen on the ground’s view. 

Diplomats from the US, the EU, France, Italy, Britain, and Norway listened intently as women’s rights activist Heda Khamoush took to the podium. She held up a photo of two women, Tamana Zaryabi Paryani, and Parwana Ibrahimkhel, both of whom were recently arrested at an anti-Taliban demonstration in Kabul against being forced to wear a hijab and an Islamic headscarf. It’s been well over a week and neither woman has been seen nor heard from.

Azam, refusing to accept such an absurd accusation said he was “not aware of that” ever happening. He went as far as to suggest that perhaps the citizens the diplomats invited to speak at the meeting might be activists who’ll say anything to get asylum. They shouldn’t be trusted.

At the meeting’s end, women’s rights activist Mahbouba Seraj could hardly contain her anger at Azam’s remark. “If they continue this way – to tell us something and do something else – that’s when the trust is going to break, completely.”

Afghanistan’s deputy culture and information minister, Zabihullah Mujahid, took to Twitter with the following hogwash statement. Participants of the meeting recognized that understanding and joint cooperation are the only solutions to all the problems of Afghanistan. All Afghans need to work together for better political, economic, and security outcomes in the country.” 

Easy to say, but this isn’t what’s being done. Seraj sarcastically referred to when the Taliban asked her group what they wanted to see happen for women. “We gave them a paper. They took it. They were very, very cordial about it.” But they’ve not heard one single thing in reference to the paper yet, a nobody is holding their breath. 

And as far as the Taliban feeding all the hungry people of Afghanistan should their money be released, who’s buying into the notion of them becoming nice guys and doing that?

When Biden left Afghanistan, stranding hundreds of Americans behind enemy lines, his administration promised that those who were still there — including 27 schoolchildren from California — would be taken care of. Unfortunately, he has not made good on his word. The Taliban agrees that Americans who are still there should be “taken care of” as well. But they more mean that Americans should die. According to a woman trapped in the terrorist cesspit Joe Biden has transformed the country into, the Taliban is actively hunting Americans in Afghanistan.

Nasira, a pregnant California woman, flew to Afghanistan in June to visit family and marry the love of her life. She stayed in the country and became trapped there when Biden pulled the last of the U.S. troops out. Now that no one is there to watch her back and those of the hundreds of other Americans in her situation, she says the Taliban is “hunting Americans.”

“I think to myself, ‘Am I going to make it home? Am I going to end up living here? Am I going to end up dying here? What’s going to happen?'” the 25-year-old woman says. “Apparently they’re [the Taliban] going door-to-door … trying to see if anybody has a blue passport.” 

The situation is truly horrifying, but the Biden Administration doesn’t seem to care. White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain was asked on CNN’s State of the Union about the issue.

“The question is whether or not you’re hearing what we believe are credible reports about the Taliban systematically hunting them down, many of them, and killing them,” host Dana Bash said. “Have you heard about that and what is the administration doing about it?”

“There are all kinds of reports coming in,” Klain says. “We’re in close communication with our sources and our contacts in Afghanistan to try to get those SIVs out safely. I know that some are coming out by land. We’re going to continue to work on efforts to get them out by air as well. We are going to continue to work to get those SIVs out of the country.”

Unfortunately, this non-answer is the best we have gotten from the Biden Administration, who seems to have written off Americans that were left behind. It’s time for Biden to resign so someone who cares about Americans can take over. Unfortunately, that would place Kamala Harris in the Oval Office — and she is, like Biden, uniquely unqualified to serve. She, too, would need to step down. Nancy Pelosi would also need to step down. We find ourselves in an impossible situation, and Americans are suffering because of it. We can only hope that our country has learned a lesson from the 2020 elections and pray for the souls of those failed by Biden, his cohorts, and voters.

The Taliban has a lot to celebrate on September 11. Joe Biden’s weakness handed them their very own country. On Sunday, the terrorist group easily seized control of Afghanistan, declaring it an Islamic state and taking over every aspect of society in the country. The Taliban power grab began in July, when Joe Biden began withdrawing U.S. troops to appease leftist peaceniks. Now, to celebrate the worst terrorist attack on American soil, the Taliban has ordered Joe Biden to remove all U.S. troops by 9/11.

While liberals have repeatedly demonized our troops’ presence in the country since we originally kicked the Taliban out, the fact is that a continued American force was necessary to keep the peace. But Biden sent our men and women in uniform packing anyway. Via CNN, who recently called Taliban terrorists “friendly”:

Already, US officials have admitted that they miscalculated the speed at which the Taliban were able to advance across the country, with Secretary of State Antony Blinken saying of Afghanistan’s national security forces: “The fact of the matter is we’ve seen that that force has been unable to defend the country … and that has happened more quickly than we anticipated.”

The Taliban’s swift success has prompted questions over how the insurgent group was able to gain control so soon after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan – and, after almost 20 years of conflict in the US’ longest running war, what the Taliban want.

Now that they have taken control, the Taliban has ordered Joe Biden and the United States to “withdraw all their forces” by a very specific date — the anniversary of when the Twin Towers fell. RT reports:

A senior spokesperson for the Taliban has warned that the US military personnel in Afghanistan must be gone by September 11, after Washington redeployed soldiers to watch over the evacuation.

The US must remove all its troops from Afghanistan by September 11, Suhail Shaheen, a member of the Taliban’s political office and negotiation team in Qatar, told Sky News.

Shaheen said the militants remain committed to not attacking US servicemen, and their immediate goal is to maintain security and prevent incidents around Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul.

But don’t worry — the Taliban totally promise that no one will be harmed as we tuck our tails between our legs and run away. Watch a Sky News report on this latest development below: