By Dennis Loo, Consortiumnews.com, Oct 6, 2009
Editor’s Note: At the eighth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, more and more Americans are questioning why the United States is still fighting this war – and asking whether there is any end in sight for this bloody occupation.
In this guest essay, sociology professor Dennis Loo expresses the view of this emerging majority, in favor of ending the war:
Eight years ago, on Oct. 7, 2001, the U.S. launched a war upon Afghanistan.
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What have eight years of war and occupation accomplished?
Government corruption is so rife and pervasive that even the U.S. State Department has condemned it. The recent elections are still being contested because of massive fraud. War and drug lords are part of the government.