Afghans Accuse Biden of Stealing Their Money

The people of Afghanistan are turning on Joe Biden.

On Friday, Biden signed an order that reallocates funding the citizens of Afghanistan believe belongs to them.

Biden’s order would divvy up $7 billion between 9/11 victims and Afghanistan


Financial adviser Torek Farhadi stated, “These reserves belong to the people of Afghanistan, not the Taliban.

“Biden’s decision is one-sided and does not match with international law.

“No other country on Earth makes such confiscation decisions about another country’s reserves.”

Protest have broken out regarding the EO and the diversion of funds.

Signs have been seen pushing back that the people of Afghanistan should have to pay for attacks that had nothing to do with them.

One sign stated, “[The attacks on] 9/11 had nothing to do with Afghans.

“Shame Shame Mr. Biden, you kill us, you bomb us and now you steal our money.”

Protest organizer Abdul Rahman stated, “What about our Afghan people who gave many sacrifices and thousands of losses of lives?

“This money belongs to the people of Afghanistan, not to the United States. This is the right of Afghans.”

There are even some policy advisers in this country that believe Biden overstepped his bounds.

Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Wilson Center’s Asia Program, stated, “It’s great that $3.5B in new humanitarian aid for Afghanistan has been freed up.

“But to take another $3.5B that belongs to the Afghan people, and divert it elsewhere—that is misguided and quite frankly heartless.”

In addition to the $8 billion here in the United States, there is another $2 billion behind held overseas by the United Aram Emirates, Germany, and Switzerland.

Those countries have not announced a decision to split the assets.

Source: Newsweek


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