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Pineapple Express Operation


Our poor Military, no one in this rotten government cares about them!

Their Families, Americans in more than name only, and God do!

Gary Morella

US Veteran Volunteers Lead Covert Afghan Rescue Missions

Eric Mack

28 August 2021 - A volunteer group of American military veterans have been helping hundreds of at-risk Afghan elite forces and their families to safety in a night-time operation called "Pineapple Express," a daring and heroic private mission detailed by embedded ABC News reporters witnessing the heart-pounding operations.

"Dozens of high-risk individuals, families with small children, orphans, and pregnant women, were secretly moved through the streets of Kabul throughout the night and up to just seconds before ISIS detonated a bomb into the huddled mass of Afghans seeking safety and freedom," a leader of the private rescue effort, Army Lt. Col. Scott Mann, a retired Green Beret commander, told ABC News, which had journalists embedded with the groups.

The group is working with the U.S. military and U.S. embassy to move people in small groups, if not one at a time, into the secured areas of the U.S.-controlled Hamid Karzai International Airport, according to the report.

The dangers of the operation were increased by the pair of suicide bombings that killed at least 13 U.S. service members and wounded 15 more.

Pineapple Express, an offshoot of "Task Force Pineapple," has rescued 500 Afghan special operators, assets and enablers, and their families overnight to date, ABC News reported.

The operation was named after refugees who would hold up their smartphones showing a graphic of yellow pineapples on a pink field to identify themselves, according to the report. The password has since changed.

"This Herculean effort couldn't have been done without the unofficial heroes inside the airfield who defied their orders to not help beyond the airport perimeter, by wading into sewage canals and pulling in these targeted people who were flashing pineapples on their phones," Mann told ABC News.

The operation began Aug. 15 when the group helped rescue an Afghan commando who was being hunted by the Taliban and had received death threats by text because they knew he was a high-value target having worked with Navy SEAL Team Six for a dozen years.

The operation was made more difficult by the ISIS-K threat warning that came before the suicide bombings.

"We have lost comms with several of our teams," Jason Redman, a wounded former Navy SEAL, texted in an encrypted chat viewed by ABC News.

It was initially believed the blackout might have been because of the Taliban taking down cell towers, but another Task Force Pineapple member, a Green Beret, learned the U.S. military was jamming cell phones to counter terror threats outside the Kabul airport gates.

"The whole night was a roller-coaster ride," Redman told ABC News. "People were so terrified in that chaotic environment. These people were so exhausted, I kept trying to put myself in their shoes."

There have been 630 Afghan lives rescued, Redman told ABC News, lamenting "that our own government didn't do this. We did what we should do, as Americans."

"I have been involved in some of the most incredible missions and operations that a special forces guy could be a part of, and I have never been a part of anything more incredible than this," Army Maj. Jim Gant, a retired Green Beret, told ABC News. "The bravery and courage and commitment of my brothers and sisters in the Pineapple community was greater than the U.S. commitment on the battlefield."

"I just want to get my people out."

Former Green Beret Capt. Zac Lois, the underground railroad's "engineer," hailed the coming together of patriotic veterans.

"That is an astounding number for an organization that was only assembled days before the start of operations and most of its members had never met each other in person," Lois told ABC News. Dan O'Shea, a retired SEAL commander, told ABC News of the rescue of a U.S. citizen and his Afghan father and brother, having dodged Taliban checkpoints in finally getting on a plane out of Kabul.

"He was not willing to let his father and his brother behind; even it meant he would die," the former counterinsurgency adviser in Afghanistan, O'Shea, told ABC News.

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Third Reich & One World Order

Dear TIA,

Yes, the social media is breaking our freedom. No respect for religion, ideas or morals. They control everything that opposes their One World Order.

Does it not look like the Third Reich of old?


Fact checking


Afghanistan Debacle & Great Reset

Dear TIA,

I believe you and your readers will benefit from reading this very well-documented report.


The Afghanistan Debacle and “The Great Reset”

F. William Engdahl

"Could it be that this is all part of a long-term strategy to end the nation state in preparation for the global totalitarian model sometimes called the Great Reset by the Davos cabal? The 40 year history of the Afghan US war and the Afghani Pashtun who shaped the policy until today is revealing.

"The fall of Afghanistan was not the result of an “intelligence failure” by the CIA or a military mis-calculation by Secretary Austin and the Pentagon. Both knew, as did Khalilzad, what they were doing. When Austin approved the secret dark-of-night abandonment of the strategic Bagram Airbase, largest US military base in Afghanistan, on July 4, without notifying the Kabul government, it made clear to the US-trained Afghan army that the US would give them no more air cover. The US even stopped paying them months ago, collapsing morale further. This was no accident. It was all deliberate and Zalmay Khalilzad was central to all. In the 1980s his role helped create the 1996 Taliban takeover, in 2001 the Taliban destruction, and now in 2021 the Taliban restoration.

"The real gainer in this insanity is the globalist agenda of so-called Davos “Great Reset” cabal who are using it to destroy the global influence of the United States, as Biden domestically destroys the economy from within. No nation, not Taiwan, not Japan, not the Philippines, not India or even Australia, nor any other nation hoping for US protection in the future will be able to trust Washington to hold its promises. The fall of Kabul is the end of the American Century. Little wonder the China media is filled with schadenfreude and jubilation as they discuss Silk Road deals with the Taliban."
F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine New Eastern Outlook where this article was originally published.

He is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization.
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Posted August 31, 2021

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