Canada needs its own Afghanistan Papers to unmask domestic propaganda
Maybe an exposé would spark the call for a full parliamentary inquiry into just who was responsible for leading us into such a quagmire in Afghanistan.
Lieutenant Commander Gina Connor takes aim with an AK-47 rifle during firing practice at the Kabul Military Training Centre range in Kabul, Afghanistan during Operation Attention in October 2013. Canadian soldiers who served in Afghanistan displayed the courage, discipline, and professionalism one would expect from one of the finest militaries in the world, but the war was unwinnable from the outset, writes Scott Taylor. DND photograph courtesy of Sgt. Norm McLean