U.S. radio host tweets ‘genocide’ of Afghans after Kabul attack

U.S. radio host tweets 'genocide' of Afghans after Kabul attack

One US soldier was killed in a suicide bombing at Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Thursday (August 2, 2021). Following the news, American columnist and radio host Todd Starens criticized Afghans. Murder He said that for every American life, a city in Afghanistan should be wiped out.

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Stern Tweeted, “Every American must delete a city in Afghanistan for life.” But it is unclear how this would have been possible without the indiscriminate killing of millions of Afghan men, women and children.

However, Starens was sharply criticized on social media for his comments about the genocide of Afghans.

Starens removed the narcissistic tweet after the criticism. However, the explanation he gave in this regard is still on his profile. His explanation does not improve the situation further, but it seems more bizarre.

In fact the American radio host SaidIf you do not intimidate the Taliban in this language, the genocide will continue. Bricks must be answered with stones. While it is not clear what effect a tweet from an irrelevant radio host will have on the Taliban, it will in no way affect the Taliban. Second, the threat of genocide is in no way publicly acceptable.

U.S. radio host tweets 'genocide' of Afghans after Kabul attack
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Meanwhile, Republican senators and delegates have called on U.S. President Joe Biden to resign as the country’s commander-in-chief. Demand Has done. One American soldier has demanded his resignation after he was killed in a bomb blast in Kabul on August 26.