Our defeat in Afghanistan came at a steep price that we will be paying for years. While we can take some comfort that fewer than three thousand of our military personnel were killed in action, the families of those Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force casualties know that there is no amount of cash that can heal their grief. Then there are the thousands who suffered debilitating wounds, both physical and mental. They are still paying the price.
But there is another cost to this country that we may never able to recoup–what would America look like if we spent the Trillion dollars were poured down the Afghanistan rat hole on infrastructure, education and health care?
Take a look at this video at what transpired in the Russian city of Gelendzhik (a resort town in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, located on the Gelendzhik Bay of the Black Sea, between Novorossiysk and Tuapse.) It shows the dramatic transformation of just