CMG exclusive: U.S. never gives up ‘colonial plunder’

Cmg exclusive: u. S. Never gives up 'colonial plunder'

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China Media Group interviewed university professor Daniel #Kovalik on Tuesday exclusively. In the interview, he criticized the U.S. government for using “#colonial #plunder” for years, obsessed with invading other countries for political gains. He referred to the U.S. #invasion of #Afghanistan, which left a mess of widespread poverty and hunger for 20 years. However, the U.S. has still frozen nearly $10 billion of #Afghan #assets abroad, exacerbating Afghanistan’s plight.

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