Uruzgan mission extended until 2010

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The government has decided the mission in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, to extend until the end of 2010. The Dutch contribution to NATO's ISAF force would only expire on August 1, 2008. Now on 01/08/2010 Netherlands will relinquish the leadership and in the four months after full retreat, leaving the last soldier before Christmas of 2010 is expected at home. Netherlands will be the next two years by 200 soldiers from France, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic supported.

Mission in Uruzgan consequence of 9/11

Netherlands currently has 1 600 soldiers stationed in Uruzgan. The Dutch contribution to NATO's ISAF force would only expire on August 1, 2008. Now, Netherlands on August 1, 2010 to cede the leadership and in the four months after complete withdrawal.
The attack on the WTC in New York on 9/11 is the basis for the invasion of Afghanistan, and then, without a legitimate reason to invade Iraq, to ​​rob them of the oil there. A complex affair in which our small country has become involved.
Research has shown that the three buildings on 9/11 are not collapsed by the drilling of the two planes. In the preceding weeks, the company of the younger brother of President Bush's new "wiring" constructed, the entire security was shut down for several weeks for convenience. There is therefore no video recording of the security cameras in the weeks prior to the attack.
By experts in demolition -the coordinated implode of building services established that the WTC towers were demolished by explosives professional. Both the two large towers, which by no means could collapse by the penetration of an aircraft, as building number 7 by means of explosives, professional collapsed. The preparation of the implode these three buildings, takes several weeks.
CNN brought the news that building number 7 would have collapsed, while the same building at that time was still seen intact, behind the news reporter. Anyway, they did confirm though that building number 7 was going to collapse. Who was already aware of the fact that this would happen? The building was not even hit by debris from the two large towers. There was nothing wrong with building number 7 to hand. Suddenly they lost contact with the reporter's satellite and changed the subject on CNN. The owner of the entire WTC site and the buildings said to have let blow the building, but later changed: his statement.
The different recordings show clearly that on each floor following multiple explosions at important bases of the buildings. Buildings collapse then neatly in a straight line. It is also important that the collapse of a building, usually brings a frightening silence with during the fall down. However, the collapse of the towers was accompanied by noisy regular pop explosion, during the collapse. All this gives only one conclusion; The general story of 9/11 is not based on the worth of.
To investigate the attack on 9/11 is only a few million dollars made available by the government of the United States. Ground Zero should this not be visited. Materials meant that they could not be investigated. Building number 7 could not be included in the study. Actually, there has been no question in the whole of an investigation. By comparison, the investigation into the affair with Monica Lewinsky-Clinton was allowed to have more than one hundred billion dollars. One could conclude that a thorough investigation into the attack on 9/11 at all is not desired by the Bush government.

Defense: cost of maintenance of military equipment in Afghanistan towering

Until November 2007 turned defense for the skyrocketing costs of maintaining military equipment in Afghanistan. However, the department here can no longer pay. In the Netherlands, has sold many machines over the years. As a result, only a limited number of supplies available for defense and the military in Afghanistan. As a result, it is of great importance to maintain the available equipment to be able to easily and quickly repair it. The Dutch equipment has seriously affected by the heavy sandstorms in Uruzgan. Reperaties are expensive and parts replacement costs a fortune. This fee is no longer payable by Defence. In November 2007 it was decided by the Cabinet, that the cost of wear and tear on equipment from next month from the pot General Resources should be paid. The peacekeeping mission could otherwise not paid for by defense.

Cabinet decision mission be extended until 2010

The government has decided the mission in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, to extend until the end of 2010. The Dutch contribution to NATO's ISAF force would only expire on August 1, 2008. Now Netherlands will on August 1, 2010 to cede the leadership and in the four months after full retreat, leaving the last soldier before Christmas of 2010 is expected at home. Netherlands will be the next two years by 200 soldiers from France, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic supported.
Netherlands has been manipulated by NATO in an awkward position. The Netherlands had pledged support until August 1st, 2008 with a final deadline. For reconstruction and peacekeeping. Besides the fact that reconstruction has not arrived, the NATO forces now to continue and extend the Dutch mission. Namely The Netherlands can not retreat. Other countries have been reported to pull back immediately if the Netherlands does not extend the mission. No other country would repay the Netherlands and take our jobs. If Netherlands now by August 1, 2008 would withdraw, the whole mission would be called off further without success for the Afghan people. That's a lot of pressure on the shoulders of the Netherlands. Pull your back? Or you can be put under pressure and extend your mission? What will happen in 2010 if the situation is still the same and withdraw again no option should be?

Dutch population support for mission in Uruzgan

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Support for Prime Minister Balkenende

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The government has decided the mission in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, to extend until the end of the year 2010.
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