Friday, March 27, 2009

Obama's Escalations: Pakistan

I really can't take the propaganda anymore, readers.

: The Boston Globe Knows About "Al-CIA-Duh"

Naivete or Disingenuousness?

Which means this is ALL GARBAGE and THEY KNOW IT!!!

"Suspected US strike kills eight in Pakistan; Unmanned craft hits militant target" by Ishtiaq Mahsud, Associated Press | March 26, 2009

DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan - A suspected US missile attack killed eight militants, including several foreigners, yesterday in the stronghold of Pakistan's top Taliban commander, intelligence officials said.

The strike came as President Barack Obama's administration prepares to unveil a new strategy to quell Islamist insurgents threatening nuclear-armed Pakistan as well as neighboring Afghanistan, and to keep the pressure on Al Qaeda leaders in the region.

American officials have indicated that attacks along Pakistan's unpoliced western frontier, apparently carried out by unmanned CIA aircraft and stepped up since last year, will continue despite protests from the Pakistani government.

Some protest:

"Pakistani officials have made clear that they regard the Predator attacks as a less objectionable violation of Pakistani sovereignty"

Yup, WINK, WINK, nudge, nudge, as YOUR CITIZENS and COUNTRYMEN are MURDERED!! No wonder the population hates the puppet government! Thanks for the fooley, MSM!

The strike yesterday damaged two vehicles near Makeen, a town in the South Waziristan tribal region that borders Afghanistan, two Pakistani intelligence officials said. Citing informants and intercepted militant communications, the officials said four of the dead were foreigners who had been riding in a pickup truck near a small bridge. Four local militants also died, while three more were injured, they said.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly to the media. Reporters cannot verify reports from the area because authorities and militants limit access. Makeen is the base of Baitullah Mehsud, the leader of Pakistan's Taliban movement. There was no immediate indication that he or any other senior militant figure was in either of the two vehicles targeted yesterday.

Of course not; they don't kill boogeymen, or if they do, they come back to life over and over. Amurkns won't differentiate Muslim names. Besides, you say bin Laden, people know what you mean. Go here and here for more on how Mehsud is in fact an 'Al-CIA-Duh" asset.

In apparent frustration at Pakistan's stop-start efforts to gain control of its border areas, American forces have carried out dozens of missile attacks on Al Qaeda and Taliban targets in Pakistan's border belt since last year.

See: U.S. To Bomb Pakistan Cities

US officials say the strikes have killed a string of militant leaders and put Al Qaeda on the defensive in an area considered a possible hiding place for its fugitive leaders, Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahri.

The dead guy again.

And just to drive home the point: Ayman al-Zawahri

"FLASHBACK: Al-Zawahiri praises insurgents in video - Apr 29, 2006

"Here is a larger image of our supposed number 2 Al Qaeda. Rather odd design motif in that background cloth, all things considered." -- Mike Rivero of What Really Happened

Yeah, that SURE is a strange cloth!

However, the Pakistani government argues that the tactic is counterproductive because it kills civilians, stokes anti-American feeling, and undermines its own efforts to isolate extremists.

Well, KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE who never did anything to us will do that!


Nevertheless, we get more propaganda:

"Afghan official: Pakistan spy agency aided Taliban militants; Highlights a key Obama challenge amid new strategy" by Sebastian Abbot and Chris Brummitt, Associated Press | March 27, 2009

KABUL, Afghanistan - Afghanistan's intelligence chief accused Pakistan's spy agency of helping Taliban militants carry out attacks in his country, highlighting one of the biggest challenges facing the Obama administration as it prepared yesterday to launch a new strategy for the Afghan conflict.

Many Taliban militants fled to Pakistan's border area from Afghanistan following the 2001 US-led invasion, finding a sanctuary that allowed them to mount cross-border attacks that have destabilized Afghanistan and jeopardized international efforts to rebuild the country.

So the U.S. will just have to occupy Pakistan.

President Obama called the leaders of both Afghanistan and Pakistan yesterday to brief them on the new strategy, their offices said. Many believe that even with a stepped-up US effort, chances for success are slim unless Pakistan effectively cracks down on Taliban and Al Qaeda militants operating from its territory.

The United States and Afghanistan have repeatedly called on Pakistan to sever all links with the Taliban, which came to power in Afghanistan in the 1990s with significant support from Pakistan's military intelligence agency - known as the Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI.

Are you sick of half-truths and lies from your jewspapers, America?

"The U.S. government was well aware of the Taliban's reactionary program, yet it chose to back their rise to power in the mid-1990s. The creation of the Taliban was "actively encouraged by the ISI and the CIA," according to Selig Harrison, an expert on U.S. relations with Asia. "The United States encouraged Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to support the Taliban, certainly right up to their advance on Kabul," adds respected journalist Ahmed Rashid. When the Taliban took power, State Department spokesperson Glyn Davies said that he saw "nothing objectionable" in the Taliban's plans to impose strict Islamic law, and Senator Hank Brown, chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on the Near East and South Asia, welcomed the new regime: "The good part of what has happened is that one of the factions at last seems capable of developing a new government in Afghanistan." "The Taliban will probably develop like the Saudis. There will be Aramco [the consortium of oil companies that controlled Saudi oil], pipelines, an emir, no parliament and lots of Sharia law. We can live with that," said another U.S. diplomat in 1997."

F***ing MSM whores and liars!!!!!!!!!!

Pakistan's government insists it no longer supports the militant group, but the country's civilian leaders have limited control over the agency.

Sort of like the CIA, FBI, NSA, and our executive here, no?

Afghanistan's intelligence chief, Amrullah Saleh, told parliament Wednesday that the spy agency provides support to the Taliban leadership council in the Pakistani city of Quetta headed by the group's supreme leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar. He said the council sends militants into Afghanistan to attack Afghan and international forces.

Hey, OUR CIA helps "Al-CIA-Duh!"


The New York Times reported that Pakistani spy operatives provide money, military supplies and strategic planning guidance to Taliban commanders, with evidence of the ties coming from electronic surveillance and trusted informants.

Oh, ELECTRONIC INTEL and "TRUSTED" INFORMANTS -- as opposed to the UNTRUSTWORTHY KIND we use to FRAME PATSIES, huh?!!! But still can't find the dead guy!

Oh, it was a JEW YORK TIMES report? That explains the flush you just heard.

The report cited American, Pakistani and other security officials who spoke anonymously because they were discussing confidential intelligence information.

Who could OTHERS be? Israelis?


And ONCE AGAIN, as if ON CUE, huh?

"Blast kills 50 at Pakistan mosque; No immediate claim of responsibility , but officials blame Islamic militants" by Zulfiqar Ali and Laura King, March 27, 2009

An apparent suicide bombing in Pakistan destroyed a mosque near the Afghan border today, killing at least 50 people and wounding more than 100, officials and witnesses said. Scores of people were missing in the bloodstained rubble.

Mosque bombing in Pakistan
Pakistani tribesmen search for survivors after a blast destroyed a mosque near Jamrud, in the Khyber region near the Afghan border. The apparent suicide bombing came on the holiest day of the Muslim week, as the mosque was packed with worshipers.

Yup, lived together for CENTURIES without blowing up each others' mosques -- until AMERIKA GOT THERE!!!

The attack, near the town of Jamrud in the Khyber tribal area, came on the holiest day of the Muslim week, as the mosque was packed with worshipers.


In the aftermath of the blast, prayer caps, cellphones and sandals lay scattered on the rocky ground. It was Pakistan's most lethal suicide bombing in months and underscored the spiraling violence that President Obama's new regional policy, unveiled today in Washington, is meant to help address.

This after a TRUCE WAS CALLED up in the FATA regions!! C'MON, American newspaper readers, CUI BONO? What ISN'T the Globe telling us now?

More than 200 people were inside the two-story mosque at the time of the explosion, which sent the roof crashing down and blew out the walls. Hours later, frantic, weeping survivors were still milling about, some of them tearing at the debris with bare hands, searching for relatives and friends.

I can't take it. The THOUGHT of Pakistanis digging through rubble looking for their loved ones is putting me in tars!

There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but officials blamed Islamic militants.... The mosque was located close to the main highway and frequented by locals as well as travelers. It was also a popular place of worship with police and paramilitary troops stationed at a nearby checkpoint.


The ranking local official, Tariq Hayat Khan, told Pakistan TV that the bomber managed to make his way into the mosque compound undetected....


Also see:
Peace in Pashtunistan?

Oh, yeah, and about the TALIBAN:

"Something of a catchall term for loosely affiliated insurgents without a singular command structure. Often, the Afghan government favors the phrase 'enemies of the state' (New York Times July 24, 2007)."

The Taliban is growing and creating new alliances not because its sectarian religious practices have become popular, but because it is the only available umbrella for national liberation," says Pakistani historian and political commentator Tariq Ali. "As the British and the Soviets discovered to their cost in the preceding two centuries, Afghans never like being occupied."

Also see:
Afghanistan's Other Government

And today, readers?

"More and more, people here look back to the era of harsh Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001, describing it as a time of security and

Oh, oh, oh!!!! I'm so offended by the AmeriKan MSM and its bullshit!

Also see: How I Came to Love the Veil

And consider this:

"They sat in one girl’s home telling their story, their faces uncovered only because no man was present. But when Mohammed Matloob, the father of one of the girls, walked into the room, the other three quickly pulled their head scarves over their faces. His daughter, Nagina, 16, ordered him to leave the room, which he did, with a surprised

Aren't the
children beautiful?

Tomas Munita for The New York Times Hameeda Sarfraz, in the dark burqa, teaches Islamic religious lessons to children in her village, about 50 miles north of Islamabad, Pakistan.

Oh, what LIES we have been told about Muslims by our Muslim-hating Zionist AmeriKan MSM, Americans!!!!!!

Honestly, I'm tired of the MSM lying? Aren't you, AmeriKa?

Also see:
I Don't Want to Kill Them Anymore

The Children of Afghanistan

The Uncomfortable Others