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Afghanistan: UK and US seek to cancel 2010 parliamentary election

Britain and America are seeking to cancel next year's parliamentary election in Afghanistan amid fears that it will distract from President Barack Obama's new strategy to bring security to the country.

The two allies are in dispute with European states over whether to fund and secure the elections in the spring or press for postponement until 2011, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Are you flipping kidding me?!?!?

Oh, the Afghan people are going to love this, if such a postponement takes place.

But then, the invasion and occupation were never about bettering the situation of the Afghan people, were they?

These actions were always about private corporate profit from controlling the flow of Eurasian oil, and controlling the flow of the drug trade.

Apparently for the US and UK, a silly parliamentary election will just "...get in the way" of achieving those outcomes.

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