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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 6:09 pm 
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One could be cynical and suggest that the reason we are seeing so little published about Afghanistan is that the MSM is keeping its powder dry. With 390 military deaths stacked up so far, it needs ten more to bring the figure to the magic 400, when we may expect an orgy of gushing press about "our brave boys".

More recently, we did actually see a longish piece in the Failygraph from Thomas Harding, reflecting on what had been achieved by the Army in the five years since it had been deployed to Helmand province.

And if to some his report seemed overly optimistic, that unfortunately is what you get when you rely on the MoD for your access, and have to pay lip service to the Army "spin doctors" in order to ensure continued access. In truth, though, if you want to find out what is going on in Afghanistan, the last thing you should do is ask the military, or an embedded journalist.

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I take it when you mention departing Afghanistan, you mean departing for Iran, next stop.

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RoadHog wrote:
I take it when you mention departing Afghanistan, you mean departing for Iran, next stop.


Unless the Israelis get there first, with their car-park construction division.

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