Friday, June 17, 2011

CIA TO TOPPLE KAYANI?

Panetta (from Calabria)

On 10 June 2011, CIA boss Leon Panetta met Pakistan army boss General Kayani and Pakistan spy boss General Shuja Pasha.

On 11 June, Panetta left Pakistan without achieving a deal on improving the relationship between the US and Pakistan spy agencies.

CIA chief Panetta leaves without deal

On 17 June 2011, a US official reported that Pakistan "is blocking food and water" from reaching a base used by America for its drone attacks.

Pakistan 'blocks supplies to American drone base'

Kayani (right)

According to the New York Times, General Kayani is facing opposition from top people within the Pakistan army and may be toppled from power.

Pakistan's Chief of Army Fights to Keep His Job

The New York Times story leads one to believe that it is the CIA which is instigating mutiny in the Pakistani army, according to the blog at Indian Punchline

"There is a US attempt to exploit the growing indiscipline within the Pak army and, if possible, to trigger a mutiny, which will bog down the army leadership in a serious 'domestic' crisis that leaves no time for them for the foreseeable future to play any forceful role in Afghanistan.

"In turn, it leaves the Americans a free hand to pursue their own agenda.

"Time is of the essence of the matter and the US desperately wants direct access to the Taliban leadership so as to strike a deal with them without the ISI or Hamid Karzai coming in between.

"The prime US objective is that Taliban should somehow come to a compromise with them on the single most crucial issue of permanent US military bases in Afghanistan."

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2 comments:

Asif Shah said...

"The prime US objective is that Taliban should somehow come to a compromise with them on the single most crucial issue of permanent US military bases in Afghanistan."
Anon great job you exposed too much of the truth of what is going on...

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