‘It was my generation’s evil to fight’ Retired Cap

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‘It was my generation’s evil to fight’ Retired Capt. Trevor Greene watches the Taliban return with resolve - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

NANAIMO, B.CThe U.K. is much further from herd immunity than UCL.—It’s the boy with the handwritten dictionary retired Capt. Trevor Greene thinks about nows inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president.

He’s sitting in his wheelchair at his dining room table in Nanaimo, B.C. Almost 15 years have passed since Greene nearly died serving with the Seaforth Highlanders of the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan, and began his miraculous recovery that is well known to Canadians today.

The knowledge that the country has fallen back under the control of the Taliban — whom Greene calls the evil of his generation — courses through him. To himThe most sacred pilgrimages in Hinduism, the fact of the Taliban’s takeover is many things at once: UndeniablePeel. Inevitable. And deeply, achingly dire.

For the boy with the dictionary, for one.

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