Photos: Woke No More – Taliban Paint Over The Gorge Floyd Mural In Kabul Days After Taking Control Of The City

The State Department on Tuesday expressed concerns over the makeup of the new interim Afghan government announced by the Taliban, including the lack of female leaders and the past actions of some of those appointed to top posts.

A State Department spokesperson said in a statement shared with The Hill that although the Taliban “has presented this as a caretaker cabinet,” the U.S. “will judge the Taliban by its actions, not words.”

“We have made clear our expectation that the Afghan people deserve an inclusive government,” the spokesperson added.

The Taliban are going to transform Afghanistan into a Muslim caliphate where women will have no rights and destroy every piece of western culture in the next few years!

But in this whole hell, there is one thing that the Taliban are doing right and that’s removing the signs of the “woke culture” who believed or not it made it to the streets of Afghanistan.

The American government spend a lot of money to create more than 2,200 murals across the country addressing everything from the killing of George Floyd to every other “woke” culture event.

Many of the street art pieces have been painted over, replaced by drab propaganda slogans as the Taliban reimpose their austere vision on Afghanistan.

The mural dedicated to George Floyd, which has the words ‘I can’t breathe’ written in English and who’s death sparked Black Lives Matter protests in the US, was also removed.

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A broken clock is right twice a day. Literally the only thing the Taliban has done right.

The images of workers rolling white paint over the art – who are reportedly paid less than $7 a day – were deeply foreboding for Omaid Sharifi, 34, Artlord’s co-founder who helped in painting the murals, who has been forced to flee to the UAE for his safety.

The entrance of the former US embassy in Kabul has been covered with a huge painting of the Taliban flag after it was abandoned by US diplomats on August 15 as the city fell to the militant group amid America’s chaotic withdrawal from the country.

The Taliban flag painted on the left wall in black and white is the group’s version of the Shahada Statement, which is a statement of belief core to Islamic tradition, reading: ‘There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger.’

On the right wall, is their Emblem of Afghanistan featuring a Quran.

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Maybe we can put the Afghan “refugees” to work painting over all the George Floyd murals here.

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Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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Jesse
Jesse
2 months ago

Our federal government and the Biden Criminal Admin do have a sly sense of humor when the State Dept warns the Taliban, “We will judge u by your deeds not your words.” Which is most certainly not ANY politician’s standard.

Whatever
Whatever
2 months ago

“The Taliban are going to transform Afghanistan into a Muslim caliphate where women will have no rights and destroy every piece of western culture in the next few years!”

Sounds great, when does the airport reopen?

Vegas Vic
Vegas Vic
2 months ago

Ha! Too sensitive for Facebook! They won’t post this article. Too many complaints from the gentile snowflakes. Pitiful.

Leah L Charter
2 months ago

Well, wow, yes, why a George Floyd mural in Afghanistan? Totally good they painted over it. It was ugly and I would not consider it any form of art. It was propaganda – glad it’s gone.

Not good they only paid $7/ day to the painters.
Be nice to have all images of that entire racial agenda here in America painted over, too.

Rocky Rawlins
2 months ago

Why in God’s name was there a George Floyd Memorial in Kabul????? Who comes up with these insane ideas of celebrating US felons in foreign countries?

Lytch Zammana
Lytch Zammana
2 months ago

The camel is poking its nose under the Demunists “big tent,” and it’s not going to unify anything.

Hadrian Alexander
Hadrian Alexander
2 months ago

Excellent.

Hadrian Alexander
Hadrian Alexander
2 months ago

Excellent

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