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2006-03-07 India-Pakistan
Perv: The US should be ready for worse times coming
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Posted by john 2006-03-07 16:51|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [502 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Bush: PakiWakiLand should be ready for worse times coming

Being substantially responsible for the "arc of turmoil" is damned obvious. Pervy got paid 50x what his support in the WoT was worth... and that doesn't factor in the destabilization efforts in Afghanistan and the other aspects of their perfidy. That he doesn't control the ISI simply means that he's not a worthy partner in the WoT. Sucks, but...

US/Inda vs China/PakiWaki huh? Izzat where he really wants to go?

Posted by .com 2006-03-07 17:24||   2006-03-07 17:24|| Front Page Top

#2 Mine/block all the passes, including the donkey paths. If Musharref wants to put Pakistan on a war footing with the U.S. and its ally Afghanistan, then we must do our bit to accomodate him, but always with the highest efficiency. Perhaps send a couple of snipers up there as well, to welcome those who get through. ....Actually, this seems like really good training for some of the more accomplished Afghani troops...
Posted by trailing wife 2006-03-07 17:41||   2006-03-07 17:41|| Front Page Top

#3 The US wants to grill Khan

Bring him back to the interrogation room. I've got the Weber fired up.
Posted by Jack Bauer 2006-03-07 17:43||   2006-03-07 17:43|| Front Page Top

#4 When all is said and done, Perv really only needs to do one thing to get out of this okay. Hang tight with George.

Perv is already doing a lot of things that were unthinkable not too long ago, advantaging not only him and Pakland, but the US as well. By staying with us, he makes himself stronger.

He might even win big if he plays his cards right and gives whatever support is requested in the US-Iran fight. That is, he could get resource wealthy Iranian Baluchistan given to his country when the shooting is over.

So far, he has partially double-crossed China, and in favor of the US, over the Gwadar port deal. So I am willing to cut him some slack.
Posted by Anonymoose 2006-03-07 17:47||   2006-03-07 17:47|| Front Page Top

#5 I'm amazed at his gall.
Pakistan has gotten BILLIONS in aid since 9/11 and sophisticated military hardware to use against India.
And he has the nerve to say this on TV.

W needs to pay another visit, and plant a second cowboy boot on Perv's behind.

Posted by john 2006-03-07 17:47||   2006-03-07 17:47|| Front Page Top

#6 Perv is working both sides of the street like a crackwhore jonesing for another huff. If it weren't for the prospect of Pakistani nuclear weapons falling into the hands of Islamist radicals, his worth would be less than zero.
Posted by Zenster 2006-03-07 18:03||   2006-03-07 18:03|| Front Page Top

#7 Whoa...
Posted by Thavilet Gluger3137 2006-03-07 18:06||   2006-03-07 18:06|| Front Page Top

#8 Mine/block all the passes, including the donkey paths.

Why bother? Midnight sunrise over Islamabad.
Posted by Robert Crawford">Robert Crawford  2006-03-07 18:36||]">[]  2006-03-07 18:36|| Front Page Top

#9 Another chapter in USA's quest for Muslem allies.
Posted by gromgoru 2006-03-07 18:55||   2006-03-07 18:55|| Front Page Top

#10 Comes to a close - with the usual threats and posturing...
Posted by .com 2006-03-07 18:58||   2006-03-07 18:58|| Front Page Top

#11 Think of Pakistan not as an ally, but a tool.
Posted by Nimble Spemble 2006-03-07 19:00||   2006-03-07 19:00|| Front Page Top

#12 Lol, NS. How about a broken tool... say a socket with all the teeth rounded off, lol.
Posted by .com 2006-03-07 19:05||   2006-03-07 19:05|| Front Page Top

#13 Kind of reminds me of a socket wrench with a crack you can't see in it. Any time you put some tourque on it, it slips and will not do it's job. WakiPak to a tee.
Posted by SPoD 2006-03-07 19:17||]">[]  2006-03-07 19:17|| Front Page Top

#14 Another chapter in USA's quest for Muslem allies.
Posted by gromgoru 2006-03-07 19:19||   2006-03-07 19:19|| Front Page Top

#15 lol!
Posted by 2b 2006-03-07 19:19||   2006-03-07 19:19|| Front Page Top

#16 You're stuck on, uh, the same point there, grom, lol.
Posted by .com 2006-03-07 19:19||   2006-03-07 19:19|| Front Page Top

#17 BTW, everybody has to learn their own lessons - at least until it has become a tenet of the collective "truth" a society subscribes to...

Just cuz A hit the chuckhole and "gets it" doesn't mean B will take the hint and avoid it. People have always been this way. Yeah, it sucks.

But here at the 'Burg, we're all smart, good-looking, slender, rich, and (other than Fred) have a full hear of luxurious hair. Mine's in a ponytail. We can, thus, sneer and heckle. Lol.
Posted by .com 2006-03-07 19:23||   2006-03-07 19:23|| Front Page Top

#18 Maybe Muush sees the writing on the wall...

It's been long known that Pakistan has ALWAYS been part of the problem. In my mind, Pakistan has been placed on hold while we deal with more pressing concerns; Iraq, Iran, Syria... If we're working Iran, it would be preferable to have Pakistan under control.

Who can replace Muush? Another "General"? ISI? Anyone from their population of crazy Jihadis?

They have been forced to confront Al-Qaeda, though not nearly as much as we would like. So I recommend some more "constructive criticism" of the sort we saw with Bush's most recent visit. Perhaps if Karzai came to the UN to complain about Pakistan support for Taliban terrorist attacks, might get some action in Wazi-land?
Posted by Danking70 2006-03-07 19:31||   2006-03-07 19:31|| Front Page Top

#19 You all don't have much faith in George. Remember that George is not in the habit of backing the duplicitous, or losers for that matter. If George dumps him, that will be the end of it. But until then, I will give benefit to doubt.
Posted by Anonymoose 2006-03-07 20:00||   2006-03-07 20:00|| Front Page Top

#20 Ok
Saudis have ICBMs with something on top. Saudis funded the Pakis making the bomb. BCCI was one of the funding tools and BinLaden lost lots of money in BCCI setting off his terror career.....

So Saudi-Pak-Bin triangle makes an interesting nut.

When Iran is taken care off and before cleaning up its children Hezbolla and Syria - I predict this triangle will become solid. (Whatever in hell that means...)

Iran needs to be calculated into the whole game plan with Prev and friends....

Add on that Chavez, drug lords, Central Am gangs and it is so much more complicated....

If your playing a game and it gets that complicated you wipe a bunch of players off the board....
Posted by 3dc 2006-03-07 22:12||   2006-03-07 22:12|| Front Page Top

#21 PakLand is a failed state that is held up only by massive infusions of capital from the Soddies, Chicoms, and the US. Otherwise they would be a simple backwater sh*thole. We need them for access to Afghanistan, so they are presently a strategic simple backwater sh*thole. The adjectives change, but the noun remains the same.

One way or another, the sanctuaries of the NWFP need to be destroyed by Pak or the US. They are festering jihadi Petri dishes. The other part of the equation is our friends the Soddies. They bring the money to make the madarassas that create the jihadis that destroy the civilization that Jack built.
Posted by Alaska Paul">Alaska Paul  2006-03-07 22:35||   2006-03-07 22:35|| Front Page Top

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