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Default 09-23-2011, 07:25 PM

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These brazen attacks are happening because of the 2012 elections in America. These attacks are to give the American public a message to tell its leaders to leave a place where they are clearly not wanted. You will witness much more bloody attacks next spring and summer. All these things are calculated. Unless NATO can change things on the ground in Afghanistan by next spring, You will see more and more politicians calling for a change in policy.
exactly. Very well thought out analysis
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Default 09-23-2011, 09:48 PM

These brazen attacks are archestrated by ISI through its Taleban stooges.
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yes Toramana, you are a genius who has figured out Fermat's theorem, so you have also figured this breaking discovery.

I guess if we went back in time, you would also say that the ISI equivalent was behind Wazir Akbar Khan when he massacred the whole British Army at the Khyber ??

I guess you would also say that the defeat Mirwais dealt to the Persians was also due to ISI's predecessors. Maybe, if we could go back in time, you would then allude to the Mughal Empire intelligence as the predecessors of the ISI??

NO?

what a fool?
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It's a damning indictment. This article comes from the BBC.
Should Afghans not have a right to defend their homeland? Did they not defend their homeland from the Persians, the British, and then the Russians? What is different?

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The most senior US military officer has accused Pakistan's spy agency of supporting the Haqqani group in last week's attack on the US Kabul embassy.
So? They might as well go the whole 9-yards and accuse such nations as China, Iran, and Russia, too? Oh, they have accused Iran. So what if Iran supports the end of this war by all means. Shouldn't all nations be striving to end this occupation and war? Is it not just? Or do you perhaps think otherwise?


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"The Haqqani network... acts as a veritable arm of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Agency," Adm Mike Mullen told a Senate panel.
yadda yadda ya. This clown can keep screaming all he wants. In a decade of a war of aggression against Afghanistan, they lost. Why should anyone support US interests which have failed?


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Some 25 people died in last Tuesday's 20-hour attack on Kabul's US embassy and other official buildings.
Today, US forces killed over 19 Afghan civilians. Couple days ago, they killed 12. In anger of defeat and low morale, they are started to in fact brag about killing Afghan people. Tsk tsk, it is pathetic when a one time superpower can't accept defeat, and looks for scapegoats.

So, is this not condemnable? The thousands of airstrikes and night raids they have waged against Afghanistan? Or is it acceptable? What do you think someone in Paktika or Helmand would say to such?

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What I'm slightly more perplexed about is when it has been open knowledge for several years that there are elements in Pakistan clearly bent on destabilising the neighbourhood
So, you think the US is not the source of destabilization? Pakistan destabilized Afghanistan by supporting the US war against Afghanistan.

All freedom loving nations should support Afghanistan independence and freedom from foreign aggression.

Why do you think Afghans fight? Care to explain? Do you Afghans accept this below?

US-led forces kill 19 Afghan civilians
Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:24PM GMT
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Afghan officials say at least 19 civilians have been killed during military operations carried out by US-led forces in eastern Afghanistan, Press TV reports.



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, why the US has been seemingly as supportive and 'tolerant' of Pakistan as they have. Short-termism perhaps, but it is a bizarre, if not a suicidal approach to US foreign policy.
The US foreign policy in itself is suicidal and has brought the collapse of this nation from its economy to its internal structure. There will be no recovery. Wars against any Eastern country will fail as Eastern people reject aggression, and will always fight it. the US is the obstacle to peace in Afghanistan, the rest of the region, and the rest of the world. It is fortunate for world peace that with their economical collapse also comes the end of their wars.

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An unfortunate choice of word in that last sentence, but this is something that I would really like to know.
Very unfortunate choice of words, indeed!

US-led forces kill 19 Afghan civilians
Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:24PM GMT
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Afghan officials say at least 19 civilians have been killed during military operations carried out by US-led forces in eastern Afghanistan, Press TV reports.

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do you expect things to change in the upcoming days? The US is taking a very strong approach against the Pakistani government.
You are right. It has gone even further and taken a stance, interpreted by many Pakistanis as possible invasion of their country.


"When soldiers make war on women and children, they cease to be soldiers... the terror that was unleashed by them in East Pakistan between March and November 1971 is simply inexcusable."


Ex-Pakistani soldier Ikram Sehgal on the Saudi-backed Pakistan army's murder and rape in Bangladesh in 1971. Till now Saudi Arabia backs the Pakistani genocide and applies sanctions on Bangladesh, and supports the Jamaat e Islami terror organization.
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Default 09-26-2011, 05:32 PM

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The upcoming few months are destined to witness a change specially before the senate elections in March 2012 in Pakistan.

I expect a tension in US-Pak relations culminating in an increased drone frequency targetting the Haqani HQ at Miram Shah and generally elsewhere in FATA.

Yes, the US is talking about escalating attacks and this is the very least they would do, a strike on the Haqani network in FATA.

I expect more bloody attacks on NATO troops by Afghan Taliban [at the behest of ISI] by which Pakistan wil try to prove her importance in Af-Pak affairs.

Yes, the Taliban have attacked the US embassy in Kabul and a CIA office, which the US blames on Pakistan as the sponsor.

I expect some artificial anti-Pakistan statements by Afghan Taliban giving the world [US] the impression that they are not backed by ISI but are indigenous elements.

I expect some dangerous Abottabad typa unilateral operation [in which OSAMA was killed] in Pakistan again by the US to show Pakistan where it stands

Yes, the US said they would do further Abbotabad style operations if required and this is what seems to be being voiced now.

I expect some constraints [and in worst case embargo] on Pakistani exports to US and US aid to Pakistan.

Yes, the US is already talking about international isolation for Pakistan and comparing it to Syria, which was an "axis of evil" state.

The worst case scenario would be the fall of current govt and the establishment of technocratic type interim govt.

Yes, this is virtually happening now with Zardari's administration essentially being sidelined and key administrative and governmental duties being exercised directly by the army e.g. flood management, ensuring peace in Karachi etc.
Your post was basically correct in every way, the only thing is all of these things happened far quicker than many expected, within days and not weeks or months.


"When soldiers make war on women and children, they cease to be soldiers... the terror that was unleashed by them in East Pakistan between March and November 1971 is simply inexcusable."


Ex-Pakistani soldier Ikram Sehgal on the Saudi-backed Pakistan army's murder and rape in Bangladesh in 1971. Till now Saudi Arabia backs the Pakistani genocide and applies sanctions on Bangladesh, and supports the Jamaat e Islami terror organization.
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