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This American stuck in Afghanistan, David Fox, says that the Taliban were letting him go into the airport with a US passport, but that the British were keeping him out.

Assuming that this is true, on whose orders were the British acting? He says that the US State Department sent un-numbered blank visas to be printed out and that everyone was printing extra copies, including Taliban. He said that the State Department must have worms in their brains.

So, who’s running Biden Sec. of State Blinken? On whose orders are the British acting to keep Americans out of the airport, while random Afghanis, including Taliban, can come to the USA, after filling out blank visas? If true, is it the City of London, who are trying to finish destroying the United States?

Listen to this guy, David Fox, on ABC News. He’s married to an Afghani and has a small child. He’s staying until commercial flights resume, because the British allegedly wouldn’t let him into the airport.

The information on the British is in the ABC youtube video and tweets as is the visa discussion. The short clip on the visas is in the tweet talking about the buried lede.

August 19th: “Stranded American in Afghanistan: ‘The airport is very dangerous” https://youtu.be/r6j5ZX7Ah8A

The US Embassy alert said to go to the airport on the 19th:
U.S. Embassy Kabul (August 19, 2021)
Home | News & Events | U.S. Embassy Kabul (August 19, 2021)

U.S. government-provided flights are departing Kabul and will continue until the evacuation operation is complete.  U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (LPRs), and their spouses and unmarried children (under age 21) should consider travelling to Hamid Karzai International Airport when you judge it is safe to do so.  The U.S. government cannot ensure safe passage to the airport.
We are processing people at multiple gates. Due to large crowds and security concerns, gates may open or close without notice.  Please use your best judgment and attempt to enter the airport at any gate that is open.
Be aware of the potential for violence and security threats associated with large crowds.  Please also see our Travel Advisory regarding ongoing threats in Afghanistan.
Actions to take:
* Be aware of your surroundings at all times, especially in large crowds.
* Follow the instructions of local authorities including movement restrictions related to curfews.
* Have a contingency plan for emergenciesand review the Traveler’s Checklist.
* Monitor local media for breaking events and adjust your plans based on new information.
* Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program(STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
* Follow the Department of State on Facebookand Twitter.

By U.S. Embassy in Kabul | 20 August, 2021 | Topics: Alert, Notificationhttps://af.usembassy.gov/u-s-embassy-kabul-august-19-2021/

THEN THEY CHANGED THEIR MINDS:
Security Alert – Embassy Kabul, Afghanistan (August 21, 2021)
Home | News & Events | Security Alert – Embassy Kabul, Afghanistan (August 21, 2021)
Event: Because of potential security threats outside the gates at the Kabul airport, we are advising U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to the airport and to avoid airport gates at this time unless you receive individual instructions from a U.S. government representative to do so.
U.S. citizens requesting assistance in departing the country who have not yet to completed the Repatriation Assistance Request for each traveler in their group should do so as soon as possible. Spouses and minor children of U.S. citizens in Afghanistan who are awaiting immigrant visas should also complete this form if they wish to depart. Do not call the U.S. Embassy in Kabul for details or updates about the flight. This form is the only way to communicate interest in flight options. 
We will contact registered U.S. citizens as the security situation changes to provide further instructions.
Actions to take:
* Be aware of your surroundings at all times, especially in large crowds.
* Follow the instructions of local authorities including movement restrictions related to curfews.
* Have a contingency plan for emergencies and review the Traveler’s Checklist.
* Monitor local media for breaking events and adjust your plans based on new information.
* Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program(STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
* Follow the Department of State on Facebook and Twitter.
By U.S. Embassy in Kabul | 21 August, 2021 | Topics: Alert
https://af.usembassy.gov/security-alert-embassy-kabul-afghanistan-august-21-2021/