@FermentedAgave I unfortunately was unable to join, the session about Afghanistan.
The point that I was thinking about is why all of these tribes are at war, I can understand now more fully. I can sort of see that it is the more “systemic” move to add more troups to aid the downtrodden and give them a space to life. While all of these tribes fight out their war.
I’ve never read anything in specific about the islam. I know that in “polygamous socities and mostly stage purple tribes” that there are different ideas. About how polygamy itself is treated, because this is mostly for the offsprings, becoming warriors ?
I can see that this is not their living reality, and then that most likely the communication is broken between each tribal faction Sunni, Shia, Pashtuns.
I feel again the “west” and technocratic interests mostly is again issue with corruption. What are the interests for instance of russia to hire militia for some ressources ?
For instance in our “media view” which is quite critical in a sense, they show mostly what the individual has and how the use weapons as an individual. They never show the taliban as a group at least from what I saw, there is no east v.s west picture. At least not a real east v.s west picture. It’s more about technology and their intent.