Hamid Gul accepts responsibility for creating IJI
[Dawn] During an interview on DawnNews, former chief of the Inter Service Intelligence(ISI) General (Retd) Hamid Gul
The nutty former head of Pakistain's ISI, now Godfather to Mullah Omar's Talibs and good buddy and consultant to al-Qaeda's high command...
said that politicians in the country were corrupt, and at the same time admitted responsibility for creating the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI), a political alliance that was allegedly created to prevent Benazir Bhutto's
... 11th Prime Minister of Pakistain in two non-consecutive terms from 1988 until 1990 and 1993 until 1996. She was the daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, founder of the Pakistain People's Party, who was murdered at the instigation of General Ayub Khan. She was murdered in her turn by person or persons unknown while campaigning in late 2007. Suspects include, to note just a few, Baitullah Mehsud, General Pervez Musharraf, the ISI, al-Qaeda in Pakistain, and her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, who shows remarkably little curiosity about who done her in...
PPP from winning.
He said that he is not afraid of any case leveled against him, nor is he afraid of being hanged.
"The army cannot be controlled by politicians, the army has put control on itself," he said.
Speaking on DawnNews's programme 'Faisla Awam Ka', Hamid Gul not only defended the creation of the IJI, but also credited General (Retd) Aslam Beg
...occasionally incoherent retired four-star general who was the Chief of Army Staff of the Mighty Pak Army, succeeding the creepy General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, after the latter
was rubbed out died in an air crash in 1988. The general was involved up to his hairy ears in the Mehran bank scandal, shuffling millions in public money to buy or lease politicians, and is believed one of the prime movers in the sale of Pak nuclear technology to Iran. He ranks second only to Hamid Gul in the volume and flavor of his anti-Western vitriol..
for helping create it.
During the interview, he said that he doesn't do anything against his own choice nor is he ashamed of anything he has done.
Hamid Gul also said that he is prepared to face any article of the constitution and become a martyr for democracy.
At the same time he put forward two condition's for his trial, stating that it should be open and that he should not be cooled for a few years
Maw! They're comin' to get me, Maw!
The former ISI chief said that politicians are crooks and that if they continue the path they are on, then the army will continue to intervene in the state's affairs.
Hamid Gul said that he has never run away when the situation in the country turned bad, nor will he ever run away. He said Pakistain is his country and that he will be buried here.
Posted by: Fred 2012-10-31