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[url="http://www.thenews.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id=27714"]Pakistan, US agree on new Afghan set-up[/url]

In return for the success of this policy, the sources claimed, Washington has given guarantees to Islamabad that it would support Pakistan’s efforts to buy nuclear power plants from France for peaceful purposes, limit India’s political role in Afghanistan and Pakistan would have the right to buy oil and gas on less-than-market price from the proposed oil and gas pipelines originating from Central Asia and Afghanistan to India. The royalty that Pakistan would earn on these energy pipelines passing through its territory would be in addition to the above benefits.


They are back to pipeline. One thing I have noticed, these guys have Arab invaders genes, like them, they keep up doing same stuff even after hundred rejection.

We know, zero leaders of India will agree one day because they lack backbone.
[url="http://publication.samachar.com/pub_article.php?id=8254422&nextids=8256431%7C8254421%7C8254422%7C8254423%7C8254424&nextIndex=3"]Pak may use Afghan Taliban against India: Reports[/url]

Quote:Press Trust of India[/url], Thursday March 11, 2010, New York

Pakistan intelligence agency and army continue to consider India as "archenemy" and could be planning to use the Afghan Taliban against Indian interests in Afghanistan in the future, a leading newspaper said on Thursday.

Referring to the chief of Pakistan army, Gen Asfaq Parvez Kayani and the Inter-Service Intelligence chief Lt General Ahmed Shuja Pasha, the New York Times wrote that the duo still consider India as their "archenemy".

"The two generals have not moved Pakistan from its traditional strategic priorities, retaining India as the archenemy and keeping the Afghan Taliban as proxies against Indian interests in Afghanistan," it said.

The report said both Pasha and Kayani had followed the "schizophrenic" policies of former President Pervez Musharraf.

"They keep the Afghan Taliban in their pocket as an anti-India instrument and still ask for American military equipment."

The Times report comes nearly two weeks after a terrorist attack on Indian interests in Kabul. The Afghan government has blamed Pakistan-based LeT for carrying out the attacks which killed 17 people including 7 Indians.

Washington has applauded Pakistan's recent offensives against Taliban in the country and US officials has expressed hope that Islamabad would turn against Taliban in Afghanistan.

Referring to various reports, the Times highlighted deep rooted links between Taliban and ISI since the spy agency set insurgents, also trained by the United States to fight the Soviet Union when it invaded Afghanistan.
[url="http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/news/pakistan/metropolitan/03-blast-in-lahores-ra-bazaar-ss-06++"]Twin suicide attack kills 39 in Lahore: police[/url]
Quote:LAHORE: Twin suicide attacks seconds apart targeted the Pakistani military Friday, killing 39 people in the second attack to hit security forces in the country's cultural capital this week.

Very busy day.

2800 -2 = 2798 (fundoo left)
[quote name='Mudy' date='12 March 2010 - 09:09 AM' timestamp='1268364702' post='105105']

[url="http://www.thenews.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id=27714"]Pakistan, US agree on new Afghan set-up[/url]


They are back to pipeline. One thing I have noticed, these guys have Arab invaders genes, like them, they keep up doing same stuff even after hundred rejection.

We know, zero leaders of India will agree one day because they lack backbone.


Mudy Ji :

The You Knighted States is "allegedly" trying to transport Turkmenistan Natural Gas by a Pipe Line traversing Afghanistan and Pakistan either to be exported as LNG from Gwadar or sent on to India.

In this respect it is pertinent to note that a Major Part of the Turkmenistan Natural Gas Reserves are already garnered by Russia for onward supply to Europe as well as by Iran for supplying to its Northern Parts where it is cheaper to supply Turkmenistan Natural Gas than transporting it by Pipe Line all the way from the South Iranian Gas Fields.

Whatever is left will eventually find its way to China and I think that Terroristan is being "promised" a Pipe Line from Turkmenistan which will supply "un-dreamt" Piles of Manna as well as being able to have a control over India's Energy Jugular.

No such thing will happen as I still feel it is a Pipe Dream.

Natural Gas from the other smaller CARs will also find its way to China. The other "big" supplier being Kazakhstan will see its Natural Gas going to China or Russia.

Pakistan has tried its Terrorism on India and has now raised the "Water" Bogey which is slowly and steadily "awakening" the Indian Strategists to the unreliability of Pakistan as a Partner in any form.

So rest easy as Pakistan will never be safe as a Trade or Energy Corridor for India as it is well said :

You can take Pakistan out of the Terrorism but [color="#FF0000"][size="4"]you cannot take the Terrorism out of Pakistan![/size][/color]

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[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Swift-decisive-response-to-repeat-attacks-from-Pak/articleshow/5677746.cms"]Chidambaram tells Pak to give voice samples of 26/11 handlers[/url]

Quote:DNA Saturday, March 13, 2010

New Delhi: Venting his frustration at Pakistan’s repeated efforts to dodge action on the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, home minister P Chidambaram on Friday said the country should submit voice samples of the list of suspects given by India to match them with the voice transcripts of the 26/11 handlers in a neutral country.

Chidambaram, who had a heated exchange of words with Pakistan’s high commissioner, Shahid Malik, at a conclave organised by a media house in Delhi, also warned that India would act “swiftly and decisively” if another terrorist attack emanated from the neighbouring country.


India has been insisting on voice prints of Laskhar-e-Taiba (LeT) founding member Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, his deputy Mazhar Iqbal alias Abu al-Qama and Abdul Wajid alias Zarar Shah[/color]. All three are in custody in Pakistan at present. The samples would help ascertain if they were guiding the attackers in Mumbai.

The home minister also underlined the link between the terror outfits in Pakistan and the ISI. Rubbishing Pakistan’s claim that non-state actors were involved in terror acts against India, he said, “It is no secret that every militant organisation that is based in Pakistan is supported by the ISI…be it Lashkar, Hizbul Mujahideen, JuD, Al Badr.”

Shahid Malik refuted Chidambaram’s charge and claimed that Pakistan “was a responsible state and would not allow its territory to be used by anyone for violence”.

Chidambaram said Pakistan needed to show credible action against terrorists. “Is it not the obligation of the Pakistan government to neutralise all non-state actors working against India?” Chidambaram asked Malik. He urged Pakistan to get out of the present mindset and “reinvent itself” as a genuine democracy and a responsible neighbour.

The home minister also had a run in with Kuwaiti ambassador Sami Al-Suleiman, who objected to the use of term “jehadi terrorism” by the home minister. Chidambaram responded by saying that Hafiz Saeed, the 26/11 mastermind, and others have been repeatedly talking about “jehad” to justify their acts of terror.

[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/5677746.cms?prtpage=1"]'Swift & decisive response to repeat attacks from Pak'[/url]

Quote:TNN, Mar 13, 2010,

NEW DELHI: Just days after his government resumed talks with Pakistan, home minister P Chidambaram launched a frontal assault on Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism against India, vowing "swift and decisive" response if a fresh terror attack was found to have been directed from within Pakistan.

"It is no secret that every militant organisation that is based in Pakistan is supported by ISI. Lashkar, Hizbul Mujahideen, JuD, Al Badr -- every one of them is supported by ISI," agencies quoted Chidambaram as saying.

The home minister said the involvement of Pakistan's state actors was hindering a genuine rapprochement between India and its "difficult neighbour". "If it is the state policy to sponsor terrorism, if the state policy is to export terrorism to India, how will we deal with that state," he said.

The home minister, who was speaking at a function organised by a media house, firmly stood his ground when Pakistan's high commissioner Shahid Malik countered his charge about the involvement of state actors.

Chidambaram, according to the agency report, responded to Malik's denial by stressing that the truth could be found out if Pakistan agreed to, as demanded by India, provided voice samples of terrorists who were mentioned in the dossier India had given to Pakistan. "These can be matched wtith the voice transcripts of 26/11 attackers and their handlers at a US laboratory. Then we will know whether the person is a state or non-state actor," Chidambaram asserted.

The minister said war was not an option and, hence, the two countries "must talk when we can, when we think there can be progress".

However, while responding to questions on India's response to another 26/11-type attack, the home minister, according to agency reports, refused to rule out military option. Asked specifically whether there could be a military response from India in the event of a terror attack established to have emanated from Pakistan, Chidambaram said, "You can comment on that after we respond swiftly and decisively."

The remark takes on significance in view of credible intelligence that Pakistan army in concert with LeT and other jehadi groups was trying to unleash a fresh wave of terror attacks against multiple targets in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore.

His tough response would reinforce speculation about divisions in the government on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's effort to re-start the bilateral negotiations.

Chidambaram said nothing came out of last month's foreign secretary-level talks between the two countries, adding, "But I am told we are still open to another round of talks between foreign secretaries." His remarks can possibly be interpreted to signal his distance from the exertions to continue negotiations with Pakistan.

He said Pakistan has been a difficult neighbour from 1947 with "lucid intervals". "We have a serious problem with Pakistan revolving around Kashmir. We acknowledge that. If it is a difficult neighbour then it must re-invent itself and one way to re-invent it, if it can, we wish it can become a truly democratic country where the real power lies with the democratically elected leaders," Chidambaram said.

[url="http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=228815"]1. Export target to be missed due to power crisis: Fahim[/url]

Quote:LAHORE : The Federal Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim has warned that it would be impossible to achieve the export target if the electricity crisis [color="#FF0000"]and the law and order situation do not improve[/color]

[url="http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=228816"]2. Exports of textiles have declined: apparel forum[/url]

Quote:KARACHI : Exports of value-added textiles including cotton cloth, knitwear and readymade garments [color="#FF0000"]have recorded a decline of 18 per cent, 12 per cent, and 8 per cent respectively[/color] since the start of the current fiscal year.

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Lets throw from the sky in muslim countries ,millions of cartoons whit pictures which mohamed raping women (and show the text from the hadith describing the "good deeds" of mohamed) .i guess it will have great impact in the minds of muslims.

The Greatly Vaunted Teledensity of Terroristan : <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />

[url="http://http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=228631"]Telecom subscribers [color="#FF0000"]down by 2.4 million[/color][/url]

KARACHI : The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has released telecom subscriber numbers for the month of January 2010. As per the released data, overall subscriber base witnessed a huge net decline of 2.4 million.

Cellular segment witnessed the highest monthly decline in the post-deregulation era with draining of 2.2 million subscribers.

In addition to this, WLL segment also continued to depict a declining trend in its subscriber base for the second consecutive month. Consequently, [color="#FF0000"]overall teledensity level of the country squeezed-out by almost 1.6 pps to 61.9 percent from its Dec 2009 level.[/color]

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[URL="http://www.samaa.tv/News17942-Pak_to_ask_US_for_war_compensation_in_upcoming_talks.aspx"]Pak to ask US for war compensation in upcoming talks[/URL]
Quote:ISLAMABAD: An important meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani was held on Saturday, which specifically discussed the agenda for strategic talks with the United States.

Moreover, the meeting decided to demand the US for compensation of the losses faced by Pakistan during the war against terrorism.

How about India ask them to pay to India for terrorist they are churning out everyday?
Looks like the Australian David Hicks was a proto-Headley.

David Hicks

More about L-e-T


Quote:The Lashkar-e-Taiba was created to participate in the Mujahideen conflict against the Najibullah regime in Afghanistan.Did they get contacts with US in this task?

In the process, the outfit developed deep linkages with Afghanistan and has several Afghan nationals in its cadre. The outfit had also cultivated links with the former Taliban regime in Afghanistan and also with Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda network. Even while refraining from openly displaying these links, the LeT office in Muridke was reportedly used as a transit camp for third country recruits heading for Afghanistan.[66]

Do Robert Baer or Steve Coll talk about the L-e-T in their myriad books?

On the RHS there is a sidebar which lists the terrorist organizations and L-e-T has contacts with most of them.



Al-Badr Mujahideen

Al Barq (ABQ)

Al Fateh Force (AFF)

Al Jihad Force (AJF)/Al Jihad

Al Mujahid Force (AMF)

Al Umar Mujahideen (AUR/Al Umar)

Awami Action Committee (AAC)

Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DEM)




Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HUM)

Ikhwan-ul-Musalmeen (IUM)

Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM)


Jammat-ul-Mujahideen (JUM)

Jammat-ul-Mujahideen Almi (JUMA)

Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP)

Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front (JKIF)

Jammu and Kashmir Jamaat-e-Islami (JKJEI)

Lashkar-e-Toiba (LET)


Kul Jammat Hurriyat Conference (KJHC)

Mahaz-e-Azadi (MEA)

Muslim Janbaaz Force (MJF/Jaanbaz Force)

Muslim Mujahideen (MM)

Hizbul Mujahideen



United Jihad Council


Students Islamic Movement of India Tehreek-e-Jihad (TEJ)

Pasban-e-Islami (PEI/Hizbul Momineen HMM)

Shora-e-Jihad (SEJ)

Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen (TUM)

One can't such deep and extensive links without state sponsorship.

[url="http://www.geo.tv/3-17-2010/61227.htm"][color="#FF0000"]Power crisis deepens across the country[/color][/url]

LAHORE : Electricity crisis once again resurfaced across the country as power shortfall has reached to 3,500 MW. The duration of load shedding has also increased.

The demand of electricity has been reached to 11,500 whereas production stands at 8,500 MW.

With the start of summer season, load shedding duration has extended up to 17 hours in small cities and towns and 10 to 12 hours in Lahore and other big cities.

PEPCO spokesman said the situation will be improve in coming few days when water level will be increased in the dams and it will also reduce load shedding span.

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[url="http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2010/03/17/story_17-3-2010_pg5_16"]Water shortage may affect sugarcane, rice crops in Kharif season[/url]

Quote:ISLAMABAD : All major reservoirs of the country has reached dead level here on Tuesday, due to this alarming situation the government would be unable to get maximum production of crops particularly sugarcane and rice in the coming Kharif Season (April to September).

Quote:Province wise average price of 20 kg flour were observed as Punjab (17 cities) Rs 577 per 20 kg bag, Sindh (7 cities) Rs 626 per 20 kg, NWFP (6 cities) Rs 592 per 20 kg flour, Balochistan (4 cities) Rs 624 per 20 kg bag, in AJK the price of flour remained as Rs 670 per 20 kg bag, and national average (35 cities) the flour price observed as Rs 605 per 20 kg bag.

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[url="http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=229508"]Pakistan may pull out of international events [/url]

Quote:KARACHI: Pakistan’s hockey chiefs are mulling over the option of pulling out of a couple of international tournaments because of growing uncertainty hovering over the sport in the country following the Greenshirts’ last-place finish in the World Cup last week.

Asif Bajwa, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) secretary, told ‘The News’ that there is a possibility that the PHF might withdraw the national team from any upcoming international tournaments because of the prevailing situation in Pakistan hockey.

“Currently, we don’t have any team management, national selectors while our players have decided to retire because of what happened in the World Cup,” said Bajwa, who was sacked as the team manager and is now under pressure from various quarters to resign as PHF secretary as well because of his team’s catastrophic World Cup campaign.

“That is why it is a possibility that we might pull out of any international event in the near future,” he added.

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In the message, which was titled “A Call to Arms,” Gadahn starts by telling jihadists to strike targets that are close to them. He repeats the al Qaeda doctrinal position that jihad is a personal, religiously mandated duty for every able-bodied Muslim. He then tells his audience that “it is for you, like your heroic Mujahid brother Nidal Hasan, to decide how, when and where you discharge this duty. But whatever you do, don’t wait for tomorrow to do what can be done today, and don’t wait for others to do what you can do yourself.”

As the message progresses, Gadahn’s praise of Fort Hood shooter Hasan continues. Gadahn lifts up Hasan as an example for other Muslims to emulate: “the Mujahid brother Nidal Hasan is a pioneer, a trailblazer and a role-model who has opened a door, lit a path and shown the way forward for every Muslim who finds himself among the unbelievers and yearns to discharge his duty to Allah.” He adds that Hasan was the “ideal role model” for Muslims serving in the armed forces of Western countries and of their Muslim allies. Gadahn’s message is clearly intended to encourage more jihadists to emulate Hasan and conduct lone wolf terrorist attacks.

[url="http://kanan48.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/pakistans-strange-democracy-where-thugs-and-criminals-are-above-the-law-by-mahboob-a-khawaja/"]Pakistan’s Strange Democracy : Where Thugs and Criminals are Above the Law.[/url]

Quote:The Supreme Court Judge Dr. Javed Iqbal (DAWN, 03/14/2010) wanted the Chief of the NAB to explain why the charges against Mr. Zardari’s Swiss case of $60 million money laundering have not been followed through? There is no logical explanation offered by the current PPP Government under Mr. Zardari’s presidency. It is strange that Mr. Zardari having been indicted by the Swiss court should be holding the office of political governance in Pakistan. Earlier, the former head of the NAB referred to legal immunity as the excuse for not taking up the case. There are numerous other cases against Zaradri and some of his political accomplices holding offices. Do Pakistani laws and justice offer legal immunity to known thugs, thieves and criminals? If history has its own meaning and logic defies the truth, then almost all of the publicly viewed corrupt leaders in Pakistan have escaped the accountability. This week, four British MP’s accused of making the false financial expenses have appeared before a magistrate to answer the charges. As MP, they could have claimed legal immunity.

Look at General Pervez Musharaf, the former self styled president and military dictator, once striving to hold the politicians accountable for their crimes against the nation, ultimately joined the club of the most corrupt in governance. Now, after forced eviction from the president house, he is living in $1.4 million worth of specious apartment in London, protected by the British security forces. Seemingly, the West rewards the Pakistani leaders with lot of goodies. The former Bush administration claimed to have invested $10 billion in General Musharaf to promote the so called democracy and wage war on their behalf across the southwestern Asia. General Musharaf did all that to create new conflicts and sabotage the future of Pakistan as a free nation. Under the US pressure and the IMF dictates, he even promoted the most secular Generals to sensitive positions and appointed senior civil service members (CSP officers) to World Banks’ conveniently approved list of positions and orientations. Musharaf was a committed friend of the Bush administration and he is not identified by the US media as “traitor” who traded-in all the nuclear secrets of his homeland for personal gains. Musharaf was depicted by the Washington Post as “dog” – a faithful friend of the US Commander Bush – now a candidate for war crimes. You may recall that in 1975, The Time magazine portrayed Saddam Hussein as the moderate Arab leader working to promote the American sponsored democracy in Iraq. What was not disclosed at the time that Saddam Hussein was listed in the CIA payroll?

If the facts of human life have meanings and honesty must take its place, all of General Musharaf’s hasty actions and priorities seem to have been the outcome of ignorance and arrogance. With political oppression as the agenda and terrorism as the means to dislodge all those who could raise voices of reason to question his self-engineered emergency in 2007 and subsequently continued military domination over all domains of civilian lives. Pakistanis have serious reservations about the orientation of the current military leadership too. While Pakistan is in great political turmoil and extremism is growing at a rapid speed against the self-styled rulers, it is hard to imagine if the ruling elite have any sense of direction and alternatives how to cope with the military and political mess evolved by them. In one nutshell, military presence is everywhere in public life except the army discipline to defend the national sovereignty and integrity.

In the Western media, since out of the office, General Musharaf poses himself as a savior, but his actions made people to believe, he is a habitual liar and an egoistic person who imposed individual interest and greed over the national interests. In 2007, out of nowhere, just to prolong his military dictatorship, he introduced emergency rule while threatened by the Supreme Court of Pakistan that his longing for Presidential re-election will not come true. Ironically, to give credence to his ambitions, the issue was taken up by the Supreme Court judges, whether the General is a legitimate candidate for the office or not? When General Musharraf sensed, it was going to be against his aims of the self-made presidency, quite advertently, he dismissed the most credible judges of the country, amongst them the Chief Justice of Pakistan Chaudhry Iftikhar. The General imposed an emergency rule, suspended the constitution, removed and put the Chief Justice under house arrest and imprisoned all his outspoken opponents? Was it a democracy at work? Or another phase of the Martial Law – “Law of the Jungle” to destabilize the country? Obviously, Musharaf and the Pakistani nation were far apart in their perceptions and priorities and lived in different time zones, being unable to see each other in their rational perspectives and real world role play.

General Musharaf used to say that “my first concern is Pakistan not democracy.” Supposedly, if Pakistan was his first concern, the national interest of the Pakistani people should have been his first concern too? Not so, facts speak alarmingly a different language of the facts of human life. Once Dr. Ali Shariati, the real pioneer of Islamic revolution in Iran wrote: “when people live in darkness, they lose sense of direction.” For too long, Pakistani nation has suffered under the military dictatorships and the corrupt rule of Bhuttos and Zardaris and Sharifs and countless others – all escaped the accountability at the discretion of the military rulers who used them as scapegoats to prolong their own greed for power. American President Bush used to describe General Musharaf as “trusted ally in the war against terrorism.” Truly so, General Musharaaf have committed crimes against his own people to stay in power and to please his Master and “trusted ally” Commander Bush. Otherwise, General Musharaf could well have been identified as a perpetual instigator of terrorism in his own country. The Generals and political thugs like Zardari and Sharif are allergic to educated Pakistanis who envision planned change and reformation of the corrupted governance. Facing internal political activism, most ruling elite will blame India for the mishaps. Naïve Pakistani politicians have no sense to face the reality but try to escape the political challenges of mismanagement and exploitation of the masses by blaming others. This trend has continued in the dirty politics of Pakistan.

Over the decades under the continued military dictatorships, Pakistan lost what it cannot regain, time and opportunities for change and development, its economic and political growth, its global image as an independent nation, its political institutions, and the wealth of original thinking of the common citizens. The Generals have systematically deprived the intelligentsia not to THINK rationally except bread, butter and immediate survivability under the laws of jungle. If there was one institution to be pinpointed for all the intellectual deprivation, political sickness, killings and failures of the nation, the military Generals must be held accountable for their crimes in a court of law. But there is no law and no justice system to deliver justice under the current political affairs. Even though the Chief Justice Iftikhar was restored under public pressure, the legal verdicts are stalled by the current PPP government. It is one of the serious crises of this century that Pakistanis must address and find workable options. The US replaced General Musharaf with Bhutto’s family redundant Asif Zardari, another well known bootlicker of the Western political dictates. Ms. Bhutto and Zaradri had enjoyed rich profile in national thefts, bribery scandals and money laundering – a profile that would be of special interest to the Western leaders in support of their crusade against Islam and the on-going bogus wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The American orchestrated myth of “Islamic terrorism” is the weapon being used to undo Pakistan and its future. Pakistani Generals are the hired agents to achieve this vital goal as reported by the New York Times in July 2007. They appear to have made considerable headways. Ms Bhutto was rehired and when returned to Pakistan after her self-exiled absence, she met her long awaited end. Many Pakistani news media outlets speculate even Zaradri may have had a hand in her killing to assume the PPP leadership and the presidency. Pakistani Generals were not educated or trained in Islamic thoughts and values, nor competent enough to think rationally about the global conspiracy against the Muslim nation that fed them too well for so long and now they are the reason for its growing instability and final destruction. The nation and its core thinking has been crippled with critical foreign problems that it cannot find a way out of the “extremism”, American terrorism, British neo-colonialism, War in Afghanistan and adjacent North-West Frontier Province of Pakhtoon speaking and increased civilian militancy against the army rule in all parts of the country. Once again, it is “divide and rule”. Who will gain out of this mess created by the Generals during the 40 years of military dictatorships? Musharaf has 24 hrs security protection in UK, Zardari owns many splendid properties in UK, France, Switzerland and Dubai and elsewhere. Could Pakistani law and justice system hold General Musharaf and his accomplices and Zaradri and many of his indicted colleagues for open court accountability?

The likelihood of such an accountability process does not appear too practical as the civil servants and the allied politicians appear to be part of the problem, not solution. The dismantled public institutions have no voices; the bogus assemblies are simply a rubber stamp for the political elite to deceive the masses as if “democracy is at work.” Despite the supreme courts ruling and various candid decisions, the Zardari administration will not phase-out on its own unless stormed by the public pressure or a tangible force. Could there be another form of neo-colonial arrangement in waiting for Pakistanis? There are no plausible answers to find any sense out of military run political nonsense. One wonders, what are the Pakistanis waiting for at this life-threatening juncture of their nationhood? When Romans wanted change out of the political corruption, they marched on roads, when Thai people got fed up with corruption, they are organized and standing on streets and roads demanding change. The current British parliamentarians had legal immunity but four of the MP’s charged with allegations of misuse of the official accounts appeared in a court of law to answer the charges. What is there that distinguished Zardari and military Generals not to be called in a Pakistani court of Law? Are they above the Law? What kind of legal immunity does Musharaf, Zaradri, Sharif and Gilani enjoy in the law of the land?

Foreigners are more like conflict observers and entertainment spectators for their interests and strategic priorities and could never be instrumental for constructive change and sustainable development. Do conscientious Pakistanis expect foreigners to solve their own problems? Was the so-called National Assembly and Senate or Provincial Assemblies of any worthwhile reference point to question the political atrocities against their own masses? Musharaf was a problem to Pakistanis, not to America or British imperialists. They viewed him as a “trusted ally” – a comrade in arms to promote freedom and democracy. After all for the same ideal America and Britain went to dismember Iraq and Afghanistan, and now trying to cut and paste the same formula against Iran, and using the same blueprint for Pakistan. Pakistan has been identified as “the most dangerous country in the world” because that was the plan to be implemented, and General Musharaf and Ms. Bhutto and Zardari have helped America and Britain to pursue this strategic goal. The US and British policy makers see Islamic Pakistan as a problem, whereas educated Pakistanis viewed General Musharaf, Ms. Bhutto, Zardari and Sharif and so many other fake politicians aligned with them, and America and Britain as the core of the problem. There cannot be any equilibrium in these divergent perspectives and no patchwork could articulate any workable political solutions. The wars of extremism that General Musharaf planned with the US $10 billion bribes called military aid package are showing the results in daily bloodbaths across Pakistan. In 2009 alone Pakistani civilians causalities are reported to be 12,900. Out of this approximately 1,000 or more civilian people have been killed by the US drone attacks in Waziristan tribal belts. Are the Americans Lord of the Ring to kill innocent Pakistanis? Is there any international law to hold them accountable for these heinous crimes? The global system of governance is in shackles and thinking people of the West are increasingly aware that any accidental revulsion could fail to foresee the future whether struggle for freedom and justice will flourish or neo-colonialism will dominate Pakistan for sometime to come. Nobody seems to learn from the living history. General Franco wanted to unite the Spaniards, but led to 36 years of civil war. General Pinochet wanted to protect Chile from extreme revolutionaries; his army and secret police gangs killed millions to keep the General in power. General Musharaaf promised to hold accountability trials of the corrupt politicians, ultimately in the process; he became part of the institutionalized corruption. He wanted to promote democracy but installed military commanders all over the civilian affairs. If he was honest, he could not have imposed emergency rule and suspended the civilian liberties and fire the Chief Justice and other judges of the Supreme Court. He holds no respectful standing for his role to be appraised by the informed Pakistanis. Change for any promising future will not grow out of military coups but the creative thoughts and innovative plans of the educated Pakistanis (more living overseas) to ensure safety of the country and its future viability. But under Zardari’s regime, there is no proactive plan or devised system of political change and to undo the institutionalized corruption. Zardari and Sharif are a problem, not the solution. The military rulers and few feudal families have exploited the resources of Pakistan. The masses rightfully are resentful and eager to look for change and reformation of the corrupted system of governance. But there are no public institutions to reason the unreason. All the wealth is accumulated in few hands. There is no Islam in Islamabad but treachery and cruelty against the deprived masses. The common citizens are helpless devoid of the sense of human security, have no services for health, education, and personal growth unless you they become corrupt and do the usual business of the thugs and indicted criminals as business as usual. No political institutions are available to represent the public and growing discontentment and resentment against the corrupt and arrogant foreign appointed leaders of Islamic Pakistan. America and British imperialists are buying and bribing the political thugs to continue with killings and political extremism and daily bloodbaths of the innocent citizens. The bogus assemblies and the PPP ruling elite must be checked for their political cruelty and misuse of the power. There is no functional democracy in Pakistan except few feudal lords running the show. Time and opportunities wasted will never be regained. The US and Britain never won any major conflicts in the Middle East and Southwest Asia. The colonialism ended as historical change but in disgrace for the British Empire without any choice. For their political aims and strategic hegemony, both would continue to control and manipulate Pakistan for their own strategic interests.

Pakistan desperately NEEDS a navigational Change but where would the change come from? Thugs and indicted criminals do not build the nation except the intellectuals and visionary leaders enriched with proactive vision for the future of the nation.

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[url="http://thenews.com.pk/updates.asp?id=101048"]Loud blast heard near Lahore airport[/url]

LAHORE: A loud blast is reported to have been heard near Allama Iqbal International airport, Geo News reported Thursday.

[color="#FF0000"]Chaotic activity was witnessed at the airport immediately after the blast, creating panic in the surrounding area[/color] sources said.

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[url="http://www.geo.tv/3-19-2010/61408.htm"]IMF 5th tranche likely to be delayed[/url]

ISLAMABAD: The fifth tranche of IMF loan may suffer delay of one week because Pakistan has failed to sign the letter of intent since its negotiations with the fund held on February 15.

According to sources of Finance Ministry, the negotiations between Pakistan and IMF were held on February 15 in connection with the 5th tranche of the loan and the 4th quarterly review.

The letter of intent mentioning finalization of the above matters was to be signed and sent to IMF by the start of March.

Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani, being the holder of the portfolio of finance minister, was to sign the letter which has not yet been signed.

Therefore, the IMF Board meeting, in connection with the release of 200 million dollars instalment, which was originally to be held on March 23 will now be held on March 31

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[size="6"][url="http://www.zeenews.com/news612770.html"]Singapore Airlines closes all operations in volatile Pak[/url][/size]
[size="6"][url="http://www.zeenews.com/news612994.html"]‘Ex-ISI official arranged 5 meetings between Nawaz Sharif, Osama’[/url][/size]

Lahore: In a stunning disclosure that once again confirmed the nexus between Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) and banned militant outfits, a former ISI official, Khalid Khwaja, has claimed to have arranged at least five meetings between prime minister Nawaz Sharif and al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden.

In an interview with a private television channel, Khwaja said Sharif has met several Islamic movement leaders around the world, including Osama and asked him to provide fund for ‘development projects’.

Khwaja said that he had arranged three meeting between Sharif and Osama in Saudi Arabia.

“Nawaz insisted that I arrange a direct meeting with Osama, which I did in Saudi Arabia. Nawaz was looking for a 500 million rupees grant from Osama. Although Osama provided a comparatively smaller sum ... he secured for Nawaz a meeting with the Saudi royal family,” The Daily Times quoted Khwaja, as saying.

He also claimed that Osama had provided him funds to hand over to the incumbent Punjab chief minister to overthrow the then prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s government.

“I still remember that Osama provided me funds that I handed over to then Punjab chief minister Nawaz to topple Benazir Bhutto’s government,” Khwaja said.

Khwaja claimed that he maintained a close relationship between Osama, as after being ‘forced’ to retire he went to Afghanistan in 1987 and fought against the Soviet troops ‘alongside Osama’.

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