Whipping Pakistan

-Mullen’s diatribe sucks!

By: Yasmeen Ali

PHOTO BY CHIP SOMODEVILLA/GETTY IMAGES

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen, right, pictured with Pakistani Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, center, and then-Defense Secretary Robert Gates, accused the Pakistani government of being complicit in the death of a prominent journalist.

This is a Pakpotpourri Exclusive

Ever since the Raymond Davis saga, trust deficit between the intelligence agencies of US & Pakistan has increased & has reached a new low with the statement of Admiral Mullen. AP reports “Pakistani government “sanctioned” the killing of a journalist last month, but said he could not tie the death to the country’s powerful intelligence service.” AP goes on to say,” Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says the beating death of Pakistani reporter, Saleem Shahzad, and the reported abuse of other journalists is no way for a government to move ahead. He says it is a way to spiral in the wrong direction.”

National Journal quotes Mullen, “I have not seen anything to disabuse the report that the government knew about this.”

This sweeping statement comes on heels of Washington Post long winded article, on Abdul Qadeer Khan and his accusations involving senior military officials of being recipients of bribery. Maybe Washington Post knows better why it decided to whip a dead donkey at this point in time?

Both the Donkey Incident & statement by Mullen within 24 hours of each other.WOW!

Mullen’s statement raises some interesting questions:

Is Mullen has the authority to make this statement?

Is Mullen backing this statement with facts?

Does Mullen have the locus standi to make the statement?

Is Mullen casting aspiration and doubts on the Government of Pakistan accusing of premeditated murder? He accuses, but fails to furnish evidence. Even if, he is trying to implicate ISI, by so doing, indirectly is he not implicating the civilian government as well by implying it is weak and does not control ISI thereby implicating both? Technically, ISI not being over and above the Government.

Mullen follows NYT report dated July 4th 2011 stating Obama Administration believes Saleem Shahzad’s murder to be the handiwork of Pakistan’s powerful spy agency, who had written scathing reports about the infiltration of militants in the country’s military, according to American officials. The report goes on to say,” that the disclosure of the information in itself could further aggravate the badly fractured relationship between the United States and Pakistan, which worsened significantly with the American commando raid two months ago that killed Osama bin Laden in a Pakistan safehouse and deeply embarrassed the Pakistani government, military and intelligence hierarchy. “

Now, IF there is a feeling that disclosure to the effect will harm further, relationship between Pakistan and USA, why make it at all in the first place? Making statements not backed with facts, casting aspirations on the civil as well as on ISI is not only damaging to the relationship but also insulting the intelligence.

Many are already saying, this is a whipping game to discredit Pakistan. “Yes we have issues. We have problems, but, these are being deliberately compounded by vested interests. Certain things are being manipulated and twisted,” a friend writes.

Another wrote, “Finally cat is out of the bag, US wants to get rid of the democratic government {s} and the parliament, and sided with its old and time tested allies, bravo.”

The accusation is accompanied by threats to cut back on military aid for Pakistan.

So will Mullen substantiate his statement with facts or apologize? Will Pakistan press for explanation?

(The writer is a lawyer based in Lahore, Pakistan. She teaches in a university and can be reached at: yasmeen.a.9@gmail.com)

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  • khan saheb  On July 7, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    Yasmeen

    You should know that Mullen is not known for shooting from the hip. He will NEVER make such a statement without clearance from the higher authority. So, yes he has probably obtained the authority to make this categoric statement.

    Please don’t hold your breath on the apology either.

    What we should be asking is whether the PK Govt/ISI sanctioned the killing of Saleem Shahzad or not?

    It is as simple as that. We do not need to muddy the waters.

    Siraj

    • Yasmeen Ali  On July 7, 2011 at 10:10 pm

      Siraj
      Of course he did not attack without clearance.
      Reference questions,I disagree with you. Mullen has no right to interfere in the killing of a Pakistani national in Pakistan. Will USA sustain a like attack by another country on murder of a US citizen in US?I think not.
      My questions are legally valid & stand.
      Let us not muddy waters.
      YAA

  • Nadeem  On July 7, 2011 at 11:06 pm

    YAA,

    In reality, neither Mullen will apologize nor our government will ask for one. That is the nature of our relationship with the U.S. We have voluntarily given up our dignity.

    As for your reaction to the remarks, you are right on with your indignation.

    NK

    • S U Turkman  On July 7, 2011 at 11:33 pm

      Pakistan has become a country that has no honor, dignity or morality left. It has proven to be a rogue lawless beggar bastard country. In this International Village, Pakistan is a Gun Running, Blackmailing, backstabbing, ransom collecting, Criminal.
      Even living in this country is dangerous for its citizens. It can not guarantee protection of ‘ChaaDer’ and ‘Chaar diwaari’ of its citizens. It loots, rapes and kills its citizens. It has lost reason for its existence and we hope Allah saves its people from it in the end and frees them from Satanic Punjabi Military and Police.

  • K. Bajwa  On July 7, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    I don’t think Mullen will retrieve his statement or the current Pakistan rulers have the guts to appropriately retaliate.

    Having miserably lost the War in Afghanistan, the US is constrained to show winning at some theater. Thus the multi-prong attack in Pakistan. More over, US does not deal with the 3rd world countries on the basis of equality. In fact, their isn’t any difference between US and a 3rd world War Lord. Their wish turns into Law. Democracy is to be preached and not practiced.

  • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 12:22 am

    USA has “miserably lost the War in Afghanistan” Mr. Bajwa?
    How many POWs your Taliban have gotten after USA’s that ‘miserable’ defeat?
    How come Pakistan, I’m sorry Taliban are not ruling Afghanistan instead of Karzai?
    Huge boast from tiny little worms that can get blown away even if USA breathes a bit hard. This has been the reason that USA has never cared to even answer tiny little Bacteria like you, sir.

  • Anthony  On July 8, 2011 at 3:42 am

    Hello Yasmeen,

    “Now, IF there is a feeling that disclosure to the effect will harm further, relationship between Pakistan and USA, why make it at all in the first place? Making statements not backed with facts, casting aspirations on the civil as well as on ISI is not only damaging to the relationship but also insulting the intelligence.”

    A very telling paragraph.

    “This sweeping statement comes on heels of Washington Post long winded article, on Abdul Qadeer Khan and his accusations involving senior military officials of being recipients of bribery.”

    The pot calling the kettle black. The Washington Post is based in a city where bribery is endemic, where no one could be elected to the position of Dog Catcher, if they did not accept tainted money from the vast numbers of entities willing to fund their campagns on the basis that they get something far more important in return: Their influence over the vote of the person they’ve supported.

    AIPAC leads the way, but there are many other organizations that bribe politicians.

    Take care,

    Anthony

    • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 7:26 pm

      Sounds like Anthony has been working for Municipality of Washington D.C. as Dog Catcher this is why it seems so corrupt to him and not Islamabad, that can keep violating the agreement after agreement but keeps begging for more Charity like a bad Dog. Oh yes we can shelter Osama in our Garrison Town and keep getting money to fight against Osama, right?

  • M.H  On July 8, 2011 at 3:50 am

    Correct – Mullen is working on pure speculation. Although it would not surprise me if the ISI took the journalist out – I mean – who else would have killed him? The point is, the U.S. can’t make such accusations without hard evidence. I think the U.S. is planning to enhance the war against Pakistan and de-emphasize the war in Afghanistan. Petraeus is going to CIA to ramp up covert operations and drone strikes in Pakistan. U.S. believes Pakistan is the problem, not Afghanistan. They want to put Karzai and Mullah Omar in charge in Kabul to have their little civil war – while making sure Pakistan stays out of it. The U.S. thinks all the terrorists are in Pakistan and that the radicals have infiltrated the military and ISI and now the nukes are in danger. But to your point, it seems as if this attitude has suddenly come together very strongly in the last few days.

    good article.

    • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 7:32 pm

      Right M.H. Mullen is working on pure Speculation like Pak Military was sheltering Osama in its most important Garrison town. US Media is publishing fake statements of A.Q. Khan or may be that Hero of ours is lying, right?
      It must be a Satanic Conspiracy that we keep hearing all such news against our pious saintly Army, the Fighter against Enemies of Allah like us.

  • Ardeshir  On July 8, 2011 at 4:44 am

    Good article. Someone to blame for their failures and that now is the Army

  • GRK  On July 8, 2011 at 4:45 am

    only yesterday he described his relationship with gen APK as excellent grk

  • Khan Zia  On July 8, 2011 at 4:46 am

    When the chief of US Defence Staff gets involved and goes out of his way to accuse the government of a supposed ally of killing a journalist there has to be more to it than meets the eye. It is not a military issue nor has a man in his position been known to comment on such incidents in the past. It has to be more than just peevishness or frustration with Pakistan, more specifically with the army. It is also not an isolated case but very much part of a campaign of vilification of the type that usually precedes the designation of an enemy.

    US position in the area is totally dependent upon Pakistan’s goodwill. For them to put it on the line is serious as well as meaningful. They seem to be playing a very high stakes game. It may be because they are certain that there will be no backlash but even so it remains a provocation filled with uncertainties. How does it help them? It is hard to tell for we know so little about the goings on.

    The apparent confusion and inability on Pakistan’s part to properly explain recent events like the release of Raymond Davis, the alleged discovery of bin Laden in Abbottabad, absence of information about the treaties, agreements and discussions between the two countries, etc. makes it impossible to even make a guess. The fact that neither the government nor the defence services have taken the people into confidence on all such issues is bound to give rise to speculation that all may not be straight forward or worse.

    There is not much point in discussing the government. It is content with letting the army be skewered. Whatever the outcome of the present situation the army will have to bear the brunt of what is to come because ultimately it will become a security issue in one form or another, be it water shortage, power scarcity, economic collapse or social unrest. Since the armed forces do not operate in a vacuum and need public support to succeed, it is in their interest to act now to take the people into confidence and not wait until it is too late.

    I don’t know if, in addition to the Pakistani media, you have considered issuing an appropriate denial to be published in The Washington Post or even a notice to file a law suit?

    Regards. Zia.

    • Yasmeen Ali  On July 8, 2011 at 10:32 am

      Khan Sahib
      In man in Mullen’s position CANNOT afford to shoot off the hip & vent frustration in this way.There is more to it than meets the eye. Yes, it is a campaign of vilification. Why?
      YAA

    • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 7:11 pm

      Khan Zia,
      It sounds like you think, Davis was wrongfully released, when the fact is, USA had refused to be blackmailed by the back-stabbing Beggar Pakistan. I don’t how can all you Pakistanis be called Moslims, when not only International Law, Pak Penal Code and Shriyah clearly accept Self Defense Plea and there were dozens of witnesses, who had sided with Davis besides the evidence those Armed Robbers had been shooting at his car.
      You wrote, Osama’s discovery in Abbotabad was ‘alleged’ like it was a lie. Could you tell us, what to do with Osama’s Wife’s, Children and their Statements if USA had not found and shot Osama dead.there?
      Is this all our Islam is about now?
      Lying, cheating, ‘Reyaa Kaari’, blackmailing, backstabbing the same people, who we have been living off for more than half a century shameless Beggars …!

  • Faisal Malik  On July 8, 2011 at 6:18 am

    “He accuses, but fails to furnish evidence.”

    they must have forgotten their skills in this regard…..”evidence” is no issue. Take a look at the wmd’s and why iraq’s war started, and the video/audio tapes of osama, the recent osama killing incident, etc etc etc.

    as you mention yas, this statement alongwith other yellow journalism articles issued recently are all part of the plan to further discredit pakistan and the forces that are responsible for safeguarding the country’s nuclear assets.

    a newspaper today carried the story of how several blackwater agents have entered pakistan via dubai in the guise of reporters from New Yorker magazine.

    All working on the same story. the murder of saleem shehzad. they have some native reporters on pay of 100-200 dollars a day, who are helping them in this errand.

    Apparently, they are looking to create that false evidence like the wmds here too.

    long live US dictatorship and its not so liberal policies.

  • siddiqui my  On July 8, 2011 at 7:07 am

    I am not surprised at Mullen’s outburst; it is calculated and indicative of we are getting nearer to the end game……ie settlement of Afghan issue and trifurcation of Pakistan….at least three prestigious US Think Tanks have been advocating break up of Pakistan…( I have placed all such articles in the Library Archives and the last was published by Ms YAA on this website ) So Mullens statement is the opening bombardment before the foot soldiers move in ! Armed Forces are the ONLY institution in Pakistan & they MUST be destroyed one way or the other to achieve “their” ojective…..so beware ?
    And now this violence in Karachi….between MQM & Pakhtuns ?? what does it indicate ? strange things are happening ???????????MQM & Nawaz cosying up..MQM holding open TV debate in Lahore ?? And now of all the people AQ Khan coming up with his accusations against the generals …. even if it is all true….AQ makes these charges ? Does it make sense otherwise……Great Game has twists and turns……….I again repeat, Mulla Omar is the key to all this; if they get him………we shall, according to my Faith ( not logic ) still prevail!!!!!!!!!!
    It is God who disposes !!!!
    From my point of view for us, who shall survive, by whatever name ; other mundane matters of life are more important where we as ordinary citizens are effected MUST be discussed and and hopefully we can get some things done …this is what I have been requesting the Moderator……..We are unduly giving our advice/comments on matters about which we come to know thro third hand and that too really not reliable really …….How can WE NOBODIES…the AWAM…. effect opinions in the august halls of the Presidency or the fortress of the GHQ………….we can only know the Truth if Truth is spoken……otherwise we live and wallow in our own world of make believe.
    History tells us the ONLY part of the subcontinent that has always remained one unit is the present Pakistan !! From time to time it was given/called by different names…………………………..Most time CABUL too was part of it and Babur and Bacha Khan lie buried there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Fantasy?????????? sure; only way to survive!!!!!

    Ps: pl make a chart and see how rapidly certain events have happened ever since Raymond episode…connect the dots ?????

    • S U Turkman  On July 19, 2011 at 2:26 am

      Oh yes, region West of River Indus in Punjab was never a part of Afghanistan though all of them speak an Afghan Language and they still do and 99% of population west of River Sindh is the same, who used to be called Afghans until 1834, right?
      Besides short-lived rule of Ranjit Sindh under which ruler had present Pakistan been like a single unit?
      What was the name of that Ruler or Dynasty, Sir?

  • Faisal Malik  On July 8, 2011 at 7:22 am

    “He accuses, but fails to furnish evidence.”

    they must have forgotten their skills in this regard…..”evidence” is no issue. Take a look at the wmd’s and why iraq’s war started, and the video/audio tapes of osama, the recent osama killing incident, etc etc etc.

    as you mention yas, this statement alongwith other yellow journalism articles issued recently are all part of the plan to further discredit pakistan and the forces that are responsible for safeguarding the country’s nuclear assets.

    a newspaper today carried the story of how several blackwater agents have entered pakistan via dubai in the guise of reporters from New Yorker magazine.

    All working on the same story. the murder of saleem shehzad. they have some native reporters on pay of 100-200 dollars a day, who are helping them in this errand.

    Apparently, they are looking to create that false evidence like the wmds here too.

    long live US dictatorship and its not so liberal policies.

  • Mohammad Chaudhry  On July 8, 2011 at 8:11 am

    The graft and corruption of all kinds is way of life across the world,only the level and nature of perpetrators as well as accountablity theirof makes difference between strong and weak or ailing nations. We do had and have enough of rot without any effective system of accountablity.Air Marshal Shamim,drained hundreds of millions of dollars in F16 deal so did Admiral Malik in submarine deal with France,the current rulers milked hundreds of millions of dollars and stuffed in Swiss coffers.The same is happening in neighbouring India but even the ministers are made to resign and even P.Ms and Generals prosecuted and put in jails.No hush hush game for so-called sacred cows.
    MSC

  • Inam Khan  On July 8, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Admiral Mullen seem to be firing salvos in all directions before relinquishing the charge of Chairman,Joint Chiefs Staff Committee.He is being irresponsible and seems to have rancour against ISI and Pak Army.Such statement do not help in normalising bad on going relations between USA and Pakistan.Why shd he care as he is leaving.His face otherwise is contorted and strongly reflects his evil nature.The problem with us is that whenever a dog barks in Washington we seem to feel guilty even though we have not caused any harm to the dog.Moral: we shd let the dogs bark as they are all being fed by Israel.
    …………………………………………………………Inam Khan

    • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 8:58 pm

      Inam, I am a US Dog barking in Washington also. Why should I bother barking of people like you and should not tell my buddy Obama to stop being so Pro Pakistan …!
      Just bomb the shit out of almost all Punjabi Pak Military to solve the problem of Afghans, Taliban and poor of Pakistan, ending theft of their Natural Resources, money by ending Occupation of Punjab over rest of Pakistanis?
      You see, your ISI can neither torture nor kill me for saying this because I do not live in Pakistan. Eat your Heart out …!

  • Samson Sharaf  On July 8, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Remember and recall what I have been RATING. Trove of Information and the sensationalism allied to it. More will keep coming.

    Brigadier (R) Samson Simon Sharaf

    • Agha Gul  On July 8, 2011 at 10:34 am

      Admiral Bokhari has said it. This is psywar by the US. Mullen’s comments seem to have been synchronized. Obama group, which has betrayed its real face of being the successor of neo-cons, is trying to repeat a la Libya charade in Pakistan also. The Mir Sadiqs and Mir Jaffars of Pak media are helping them. The western correspondents are puppets who keep changing but the direction is from the same source aimed at softening Pakistan so that the nuclear capability can be stolen away.

      The Pak govt is a silent spectator supporting this conspiracy and playing the role of an innocent bystander. US needs to be kicked out of Pak and nuclear capability suitably aimed at the enemies of Pak masquerading as Allies.
      AG

  • Hamid Qazi  On July 8, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Very strange discussion is going on, If I may question, that who ever act in a certain manner, it has to be with some interest involved. So who actually is Saleem Shahzad? Why is the Chairman of the joint Chief Staff giving statements on his murder? Where have the other institutions like human right etc etc vanished? Isnt it a criminal case? so why not let the police handle it, the way other such cases are being handled. It is important to know who this not much trumpeted soldier of the media was? We have seen his photographs with Talibans, Tribals and US personnels. So once again who was he? Why has it all of a sudden become a high profile murder case? When the country’s head is ever under the threat of US, when all dictates comes from US, when no power in Pakistan can remove Hussain Haqqani and his types. Why should we be commenting on US CJCS’s statement? All those whose comments I have read on this article, are concerned people except a burnt out Turkman, that too I believe because of his helplessness.
    HQ

    • S U Turkman  On July 8, 2011 at 7:48 pm

      That’s right Qazi,
      Pak Army has been under dictates of USA and this is why it has been killing US Soldiers through its Mercenaries, the Pakistanis called Taliban for the last 9 years. USA had told our Army, not to get rid of Taliban, start paying them salaries, re-arm them and infiltrate them back in to Afghanistan to kill Afghans and Foreign Troops, right?
      This is the reason 650,000 strong Pak Army could not look up in to the list of Pakistanis that it had recruited as Taliban and go pick them up from their homes for the last 9 years, right?
      USA has told Taliban to kill all the kind of Pakistanis that our Punjabi Army hates like non submissive PushToon Tribes of Tribal Areas, People of Northern Territories, Mohajirs, Shiyah, Christians, non submissive Seraikis, non submissive Sindhis and QaaDiyanis, right?
      If you believe in all the above B.S., either you work for ISI or you are insane and should be sent to a Mental Hospital.

  • Ali  On July 8, 2011 at 7:59 pm

    only 2,3 more tough years on Pakistan. after US Withdrawal Pakistan will be in peace.

    • S U Turkman  On July 9, 2011 at 2:22 am

      Yeah Ali but there would be no Pakistan left if USA decides to blow up Pak Military in a month or so. If USA leaves without delivering half a dozen new babies out of Pakistan, Pak Military would take over Afghanistan again through Taliban and lives of other Central Asian countries would go to hell just like lives of Afghans since 1970’s. USA and Russia can see this coming so, I am not sure, they would leave Pakistan play this game of keep blaming Al Qaeda Training the Mosque Mollaa Recruits arriving from all over the world.
      Pakistan Army is playing a deadly stinky game and Pakistan’s existence is definitely in danger. I guess, Pak Military does not believe Allah really exists.

  • siddiqui my  On July 9, 2011 at 2:43 am

    Dear Chaudhry sb
    No Adm Malik was involved in the submarine deal
    And for your info such big deals are handled and negotiated after green light by the PM….in both cases Bhuttos were involved……and the contract is signed by the Defence Production div; HQs have no control over the terms and conditions of the contract
    Otherwise you are right; but then Armed Forces are not the only ones guilty; we all are at our levels; show me a holy cow among the civilians??????
    best wishes and sleep tight

    siddiqui

  • siddiqui my  On July 9, 2011 at 2:46 am

    Gentlemen,
    I am so happy Mr Turkman is back; I am sure we all were missing the joker in the pack !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Zubair  On July 9, 2011 at 4:00 am

      Yeah.Vermins creep out from under their hiding places in this weather!

  • Zubair  On July 9, 2011 at 3:59 am

    We have embraced the devil. If t5here ever was a time to get out of this deadly embrace, this is it. However, we are being ruled by the people whose self interest comes first. If you are a common Pakistani, you stand in long Qs to get visas for Canada and USA, but as a elite you keep on sucking the blood of this country and send to his.her real homes abroad. Are we any better than the colonial masters?
    Zubair

  • Hamid Qazi  On July 9, 2011 at 4:11 am

    Turkman should you be left alone, after Mr. Siddiqui’s last comment? Would you first like to tell me, what do you mean by “US had told OUR Army”? Which and whose Army are you talking about. Pak Army is certainly not your Army:) Your thinking needs dry cleaning with Hi octain, as normal petrol wont be able to clean your incongrous thinking:)
    HQ

  • S U Turkman  On July 9, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Zubair,
    Hzt. Eesau had said, “No Rich Man would go to Kingdom of God (Paradise or what Arabs called ‘Junnah’ and we call JunnaT).

    I had some cousins like that myself, they did not want to marry any guy from USA and it didn’t matter, how much money he made because they had already seen life of their older sister or some other cousin, when they had visited USA. What the Hell, no Maids, no Servants, no Chauffeurs, no Gardner?

  • Nawaz Ansari  On July 9, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    @ Anthony

    The overwhelming majority of politicians in both parties, in the Congress and the White House have sold out America and her people to Israel for the benefit of favorable media coverage and large financial donations. They know opposing Israel is in almost every case a death sentence to their career as a political whore.

    There is an excessive Zionist influence in the American media which has the power to make a politician appear any way it wants thus it is obvious why American politicians, who value their political careers over America, Americans and what is right and wrong, grovel at the feet of Israel and the Israeli lobby.
    AIPAC leads the way, but there are many other Zionist organizations which heavily bribe American politicians.

    • S U Turkman  On July 10, 2011 at 12:08 am

      But Anthony Americans are lucky that Israel does not loot USA like Punjabis loot Pakistan, where all Politicians have been selling poor Pakistanis to Punjabi Military for last 55 years legally, feeding half to 3/4th of yearly Budget of poor Pakistanis to that ‘Sirkaari SaaNd’ that still keeps killing them may it be happy or sad. .
      What can you expect from a wild Animal …!

  • Mohammad Chaudhry  On July 10, 2011 at 3:01 am

    My comment hereunder on the editorial of New York Times was posted on social webs like facebook,my space,digg and linked-in
    “It’s odd to say the least that an official of the level of Mike Mueller makes a sub-judicial annoncement that Pakistan government’s senior level officials decided to get journalist Saleem Shehzad killed for his articles maligning armed forces are infested with militants.American media including your high profile publication is endorsing that version through your N.Y.T’s editorial..Shehzad in fact was as much target of Taliban, who felt that he dodged them by airing his secret meetings with their leadership,even involvement of some third party with its ulterior agenda can’t be ruled out until the commission,headed by high court judge,assigned the jobe of probe,gives its report”.

  • GRK  On July 10, 2011 at 3:02 am

    let him go hell. let them stop the peanuts. we shall inshallah survive,may be it is a blessing in disguise. we are reaching the lowest,from there it is natural that there will be a turn around surely. some of have perished,some more will sacrifice their life. after all it has got to come to an end. but we hold our independence in tight hands .seprate islamic state in subcontinent will remain intact like east pakistan,remaining an independent country,against all tricks and dirty intentions of our great neighbour.grk

    • S U Turkman  On July 19, 2011 at 2:37 am

      That’s right GRK,
      Let them stop the Peanuts of Billions of Dollars and let them take all the $ 100 billion Peanuts of Export Concessions. We will survive just like Afghans had under our great leader Mollaa Omar. Dollar was worth more than One Lakh Afghani Currency but they had survived. Survived because of Charity of $ 200 million Food Aid half of which came from USA. All we have to do is, let half of Pakistanis die because we are not going to take that Charity either, right lying, cheating, black mailing, back-stabbing, ‘nmak hraam’ Beggars living off Charity of US Aid and Loans since 1950’s?

  • In Gaskell  On July 19, 2011 at 1:43 am

    Thanks, a really good read – added to favourites so will head back for new content and to read other people’s comments. Thanks again.

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