Lock-On: Pakistan

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  1. 1 Observer December 31, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    The strange part is that according to video the army is well aware of the dangers. I believe they are, but why the heck they have created this mess. We as laymen have predicted that the guns would be turned towards Pakistan and that too many years ago, then why couldn’t these full time professionals see the writing on the wall?

    I fully understand the dangers the armed forces are facing and I will also stand by them, but at the same time I demand they make correcting measures! ….I know nobody listens to me, but after all I have to say this!

    This Al-Qaeda issue. I have always been critical about this organisation. I am convinced it is fata Morgana/ghost used to harm Muslim interests. It consist of crafty men like OBL, Zawahiri and willing fools (warriors)

  2. 2 Observer December 31, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    India ready for war with China, Pakistan’

    Excerpts:
    “The newspaper said the Indian Army is now revising its five-year-old doctrine to effectively meet the challenges of war with China and Pakistan, deal with asymmetric and fourth-generation warfare, enhance strategic reach and joint operations with IAF and Navy.”

    I think either India is being lured into overplaying it’s capability.

    Full article: http://www.thenews.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id=26382

    Some truth could be in the article. India wants to cripple Pakistan. The wish is not to conquer Pakistan. I think the wish is to make at least 4-5 new countries.

    KHI for MQM
    Sindh for PPP
    Punjab for PML-N
    Balochistan for the local sardar
    NWFP for ANP?

    Shortly….In that scenario China might intervene since their access to warm waters will be much more difficult (maybe impossible). An intervention will automatically to confrontation with India.

    • 3 nota January 1, 2010 at 9:20 pm

      “Some truth could be in the article. India wants to cripple Pakistan.”

      Well, India need not lift a finger. We’ve got the Army, Zardari, and Nawaz so India is sitting pretty. But what is amazing is this BS by Jang Group today:

      • 4 Observer January 2, 2010 at 1:24 am

        @nota

        “Well, India need not lift a finger. We’ve got the Army, Zardari, and Nawaz so India is sitting pretty. ”

        I am not sure India need not to lift a finger. To a wide extent, you are right, but they do lift a finger through Afghanistan. The matter of fact is that while we commit all the STUPID faults (read deliberate faults) then India is doing what is required from her i.e. facilitating the genuinely grieved, the dakus and other crooks from NWFP.
        Meantime NS is waiting for his turn and Zardari is busy as if he has got a life threatening disease i.e.in a hurry to make his job.

  3. 5 Observer December 31, 2009 at 10:30 pm

    Pakistan must prepare for even more pressure from their western “friends”.

    First the western media said it was civilians. Now CIA confirms that it was their people.

    “Seven CIA agents were killed in a bomb attack in Afghanistan, the US agency’s director, Leon Panetta, has confirmed.”

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8436635.stm

    And also see the news about Canadian losses.

    Four Canadian soldiers and a journalist have been killed in an attack in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8435735.stm

    The more soldiers/combatants they send to Afghanistan the more bodybags Obama will receive.

    Babur:
    “I would like to remind you what the first man to unite the Afghan tribes, Czar Babur, said: ‘Afghanistan has not been and never will be conquered, and will never surrender to anyone.’ Afghans are a very freedom-loving and proud people.”

    General Victor Yermakov:

    Asked what difference the latest troop surge will make, the 74-year-old former deputy defense minister says, “I can see only one: Obama will be more often going to the airport to pay his last respects to the [airlifted U.S.] soldiers killed in Afghanistan.

  4. 6 Project Humanbeingsfirst.org January 2, 2010 at 3:52 am

    The “lock-on” pakistan cannot be understood emotionally.

    This video is a psyops on Pakistanis by Pakistanis – for the message itself betrays it. The Pakistan Army is the predicted savior of Pakistan, and to whom, the Zardari Administration is about to hand over control with the blessings from the public. See for instance:

    http://humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2009/10/decapitation-of-pakistan.html

    and

    http://print-humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2009/04/between-imperialism-islamofascism.html

    To be able to call a spade a spade in these times, even when one is honest and un co-opted, is apparently not easy – for the lies and deception have never been so convoluted at any time in history. The social scientists along the Potomac have done a great job of creating Alice in Wonderland. They make it impossible for even reasonable people to reach sensible conclusions from among the jumble of layered and multiple lies, fabrications, confusion, demoralization, and infighting, which are all sine qua non for the 4th generation warfare to succeed.

    It is a modern warfare that is both waged and won with the help of traitors, patsies, mercenaries, and fools.

    If we can understand that, are able to give up partisanship in order to understand that our best friends are murderers, are able to gravitate towards truth rather than our predilections even when it goes against our clans, and/or our paychecks, and, most importantly, can boldly call a spade a spade even in our own mind if not out loud, all else will follow. We can beat this pernicious war that is waged, full spectrum, only by way of deception starting with deceiving one’s ownself. This video is a classic example of both self-deception, and fabricated saviors pitching their wares.

    See ‘4th Generation Warfare’ in Ch-3 of The Pakistan Decapitation Papers:

    http://humanbeingsfirst.wordpress.com/files/2009/11/pakistan-decapitation-papers-2nd-edition-nov042009.pdf

    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

  5. 9 nota January 2, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    And BTW: Speaking of Mullen’s statement in my comment above (“Mullen Insists Pakistani Military Poised to Attack North Waziristan”), an operation in North Wazistan is certainly a go. One of Xe employees, former Paksitani General Talat Masood, was just on Aljazeera calling for an operation in North Waziristan. Maj Gen Athar Abbas had already declared operation 2 days earlier and military already in there.


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