Remember the FRAUD Nawaz pulled to appear to not be a part of the rotten Raymond Davis affair? See:
and the followup discussion for all the details. That it was a fraud and that these fools cannot keep the story straight is obvious:
And Nawaz admits it”s all b.s.:
It now appears their brother Zardari has taken a page from their playbook.
UPDATE: On second thought, I remember Zardari used the ‘bad heart’ excuse many times before to not come back to the country and to get away from his legal troubles:
In June 2005, he suffered a heart attack and was treated in the United Arab Emirates. A PPP spokesman stated he underwent angioplasty in the United States. In September 2005, he did not show up for a Rawalpindi hearing on corruption charges; the court issued an arrest warrant. His lawyers stated he could not come because he was recovering from his treatment. Following a request by the Rawalpindi court, Interpol issued a red notice in January 2006 against the couple which called on member nations to decide on the couple’s extradition.
First it was reported that Zardari had a checkup done at the army hospital and was given an “all clear” certificate. Curious thing was, his spokesperson Farhatullah Babar and his bitch babar Awan strongly denied that any such check-up took place and that “Zardari had been busy in his office all day long.” Now why would you deny such a “good” thing? Probably because showing Zardari in good health goes against the plan.
So it is very interesting that the very next day, the healthy Zardari suddenly leaves for Dubai “for medical checkup”. That this too is a fraud is obvious from all the stories making the rounds. Here is how it is playing out so far:
- Zardari on his way to Dubai for medical check-up (though army doctors said he was fine)
- Zardari sedated, admitted to Dubai hospital says Najam Sethi
- Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari suffers heart attack, may quit: Report
- President Zardari may resign: Report
- Zardari on way out? ‘Minor heart attack’ indicates he is: Report
- ‘Zardari will not resign’
- Latest: Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari’s “heart ill” sparks rumors
Another VERY CURIOUS fact is the person accompanying him:
Farahnaz Ispahani, wife of Husain Haqqani, who was a journalist and had worked at the State Department-run Voice of America before joining Pakistan’s murky politics, is said to be accompanying Zardari.
The Last BBM:
MI: It’s interesting (and heartening) to see that many of the proposals made in the memo are now being implemented in the bilateral relationship. Very good.