Canadian Military Intervention for Democracy in Afghanistan
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In this paper, the writer discusses that the often-corrupt connection between the local warlord policing units and the Canadian military explains the constant state of violence directed at innocent civilians rebelling against the occupation of their country. In addition, the writer maintains that democracy cannot be created by the deliberate threat of military violence against the civilian population by local warlord politicians picked by NATO and the United States during elections.
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