by DAVID AXE
“I’m dictating this message over the phone. I’m not in a place with any Internet access at all.”
So began War Is Boring correspondent Jason Reich’s message from Afghanistan. He was writing to get the news out, that despite NATO’s assertion that the election was “encouraging,” and Kabul’s claim that they represented a clear “success,” in Nerkh, where Reich accompanied U.S. troops providing broad election security, the vote was “a joke.” “My sources tell me that two people voted and there is very, very heavy fighting,” Jason wrote.
Expect more details once Jason has Internet access.
(Photo: Jason Reich)
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