The supposedly diabolical mission of the Taliban is to restore the basic order of nature in the lands of their race. That’s all. That is why it is so easy for them to take such huge swaths of territory so quickly – there is no resistance. The people are welcoming them back, after having long suffered confusion under the bizarre reign of the Americans, who attempted to fill their heads with gibberish democracy and human rights and liberate their daughters so they could send them on a destructive sex rampage against the country.
There is nothing monstrous about the Taliban. They are not a CIA-backed group like ISIS, so they are not drowning people in cages or engaging in cannibalism. If someone protests their reconquista, they are shot in the same way a garbage man would lift his hundredth load of trash of the day and throw it in the back of the truck.
In fact, the values of the Taliban are much closer to the values of the present-day American right than the values of the North Vietnamese were to the values of the 1960s left.
Jane Fonda went to Vietnam to support the North Vietnamese, despite the fact that they were as likely to gang-rape the bitch as they were to welcome her. The North Vietnamese did not fetishize negroes, nor were they going to legalize anal sex. Their primitive conception of communism amounted to “yankee go home.” Basically, the leftists who supported the North Vietnamese were pretty much just traitors and scoundrels, who claimed that the Viet Cong shared their values as an excuse to attack America.
The Taliban, on the other hand, actually is a group that I have no disagreement with. If there was a Taliban candidate running for office in my district in Ohio, I would vote for him without thinking twice. In fact, I would donate to his campaign and go out shilling his fliers.
Sure, they look weird. But underneath all of those rags, they stand for the same thing I stand for: the fact that God has ordained a hierarchy on earth, which manifests itself in the form of patriarchy.