In less than a month since taking power, the Taliban terrorists have hung the body of a dead man from a crane in the middle of the main street in one of the largest cities in Afghanistan this past Saturday, inciting fears that the group’s brutality has already started to seep back in since after they took over the country.
A citizen and store owner in Herat issued a statement to the Associated Press that the Taliban terrorists carried four bodies into the main square of the town, putting one of them on display there and continuing on with the other three to other various parts of town to post for public viewing. The terror group went on to claim that the men on display had been killed due to their involvement in a kidnapping and that they had all been killed during a gunfight.
As reported by Reuters:
Footage of the bloodstained corpse, swinging on the crane was widely shared on social media, showing a note pinned to the man’s chest saying “This is the punishment for kidnapping.”
Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) spoke about the event by posting on social media a picture of one of the handing bodies, stating: “America needs to see and understand what brutal terrorist thugs we are dealing with…and that their violence will follow us home.”
America needs to see and understand what brutal terrorist thugs we are dealing with…and that their violence will follow us home. pic.twitter.com/2D3G08ADsD
— Rep. Mike Waltz (@michaelgwaltz) September 25, 2021
The horrible sight put forth by the Taliban crops up in the wake of Old Uncle Joe repeatedly praising repeatedly heaping praise on the Taliban over the past few weeks, stating that they were all “businesslike and professional.”
This heaping of praise from the White House came to light the same week as the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, Islamic Terror attacks against the U.S. that resulted in the deaths of roughly 3,000 people and was carried out by terrorists from al-Qaeda who were working under the protection of the Taliban out of Afghanistan.
“The Taliban have been cooperative in facilitating the departure of American citizens and lawful permanent residents on charter flights from HKIA,” claimed the administration as part of a statement as quite a few American citizens were finally successfully evacuated out of Afghanistan after their time being trapped there. “They have shown flexibility, and they have been businesslike and professional in our dealings with them in this effort. This is a positive first step.”
The horridly handled pullout from Afghanistan ended in the murders of 13 U.S. service embers at the hands of ISI terrorists at the airport in Kabul. Many American citizens, thousands of green card holders, and tens of thousands of SIV applicants were left stranded in the country by the administration.
In what they thought was retaliation against the terror cell, the administration later went on to issue a drone strike that ended up being against an innocent family which included seen young children, and has since been accused of lying about certain aspects of the carried out drone strike.