Permanent strains in US-Pakistan ties-4

Permanent strains in US-Pakistan ties-4

Islamabad : Pakistan | Jun 06, 2012 at 11:59 PM PDT
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Permanent strains in US-Pakistan ties-4



Thousands of Pakistanis have lost their valuable lives serving the illegal US causes. Pakistani military joined the massacres of Muslims by the NATO terror syndicates occupying Pakistani-Afghani soil and making the region as a zone of safe sanctuaries to attack Muslims on both sides. Americans have killed not just Pakistani civilians but also Pakistani military personnel as a thank-giving attempt for their selfless services.

Without Pakistan, India has no meaning or relevance to USA and NATO. In order to promote massacre of Pakistanis and Afghans, Washington very tactfully used fanatic India as a major bargain chip, threatening Islamabad with "consequences".

US military terror secretary Leon Panetta’s visit to Pakistan’s rival, India, highlights Washington’s increasingly straining ties with Islamabad. His visit is meant to pressure Pakistan to consider the kind of approach it wants to take with the United States. India knows that very well and willingly plays second fiddle to US imperialists in exchange for possible support for its crimes against humanity in India occupied Jammu Kashmir. Hawkish Panetta called on India to provide additional support to Kabul, including to Afghanistan's security forces. He added that peace in South Asia requires closer India-Pakistan ties. However, Panetta’s visit to India is not exactly aimed at deepening defense cooperation with New Delhi.

Many in Pakistan fear the country is getting boxed in between its nuclear-armed rival India to the east and a pro-India Afghanistan to its west. The reaction in Islamabad from Foreign Ministry spokesman Moazzam Ali Khan was muted. Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Ali Khan played down the differences between Islamabad and Washington. He insisted that while there may be ups-and-downs in the relationship, both countries want to resolve their differences in ways that are mutually acceptable. “Any initiative which is solely based on this objective of achieving stability and prosperity and security of Afghanistan in terms of a strategy, we have no issue with that," he said.Some parties have played on that fear. Imran Khan, the increasingly popular opposition party said there are major strategic differences between Pakistan and the USA.US strategists try to down play Pakistan's role saying that Pakistan is still a regional player, the US has other options, which means Pakistan's "relevance is decreasing."

USA continues to exploit is donor position, forcing Pakistan a beggar state because Pakistan receives billions of dollars in aid from the USA. And until relations hit rock bottom after Pakistan shut down supply routes to Afghanistan to protest a US airstrike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last November, it also enjoyed military-to-military cooperation.

Moreover, NATO recently secured alternative routes into Afghanistan from the north through Central Asia, and the United States, ignoring Islamabad’s protests, has continued airstrikes targeting militants hiding out in Pakistan.

Since New Delhi has been in waiting to see a destabilized Pakistan operating as a US puppet regime, Islamabad should not unnecessarily get into Indo-US trap more and more.

The current mutual distrust and bilateral confrontation between the USA and Pakistan would continue to haunt the anti-Islamic strategists for many years to come.

Pakistanis feel badly shaken, terrorized to the deep skin by ht every existence of USA-NATO terror forces on their soil. . .

However, after all these sacrifices to USA, US nuts do not consider them as Pakistani sacrifices. CIA treat the Pakistanis like slaves and agents and consider them as bloody fools requiring US dollars for their "services" against their own people. . .

That is indeed the tragedy of Islamabad, now besieged by arch foe India and NATO terrorists from both sides. .

While Pakistani rulers and leaders enjoy life, while being briefed by CIA about their next moves, the people of Pakistan continue to reel under the NATO drones terror operations. Pakistani elites both inside the nation and abroad enjoy the benefits from USA, UK and other anti-Islamic nations. Western embassies keep the Pakistan's Islamabad elites in good humor by pouring plenty of foreign liquor. And the educated Pakistanis are happy about their unfolding fate.

Aristocrat corrupt Zardari's worry is destiny of his beloved son and illegal wealth abroad. .

Time is running out fast for Pakistanis to rise and protest against foreign occupation and against puppet regime for sheltering NATO terrorist gangs.

What is at stake is sovereignty of Pakistan!


د. عبد راف

Dr. Abdul Ruff, Specialist on State Terrorism; Educationalist;Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Independent Analyst-columnist;Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements(Palestine,Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc); Anti-Muslimism and anti-Islamism are more dangerous than "terrorism" Anti-Islamic forces & terrorists are using criminal elements for terrorizing the world and they in disguise are harming genuine interests of ordinary Muslims. Global media today, even in Muslim nations, are controlled by CIA & other anti-Islamic agencies. Former university Teacher;/ 91-9961868309/91-9961868309

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