Thursday, March 08, 2012


General Kayani (third from the left)

In November 2011, Pakistan announced that NATO supply routes into Afghanistan were to be (temporarily) shut down.

Anonymous left the following comment on our post "THE PAKISTAN WAR":

1. General Kayani's brother is the biggest contractor for these NATO supplies.

So this shutting down is only a way for Kayani to ask for a bigger piece of the pie.

Any doubts about that should be removed after seeing this story:

Army has its eye on Nato supplies deal

(Of course this story does not tell the whole story and tries to give the impression that the Army -actually generals - were not benefitting from it so far which is complete b.s.)

Of course the army has issued a denial that is hilarious claiming the "army has no role whatsoever in Nato supplies...

The National Logistic Cell (NLC) is a government controlled 'Crisis Management Organisation'".

Now that is hilarious and a blatant LIE.

Of course NLC used to be run by the army till some Generals desided to put it in their pocket.

They are also behind ISAF/NATO container theft that the Supreme Court is looking into.

Pakistan, Peshawar
Pakistan by mountaintrekker2001

2. Let's also not forget that the supplies were never fully stopped and that too was a PR stunt so their "reopening" announcement was another lie by both the civilan government and the army.

(Their excuse for reopening it is BEYOND hilarious; they said they were opening them "on humanitarian basis").

3. That the Pakistani army is an arm of the US/CIA, of that their is no doubt.

They have already alienated the biggest province Balochistan with over 60 years of atrocities and today they are doing the same in the North Western province (recently renamed 'Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa') by carrying out murder and mayham there under the guise of the War on Terror.

Yes, Pakistans breakup is in full swing and the guys implimenting it are the army and the current civilian leadership.

Rehman Malik

4. A point about Rehman Malik: Remember this guys last job was to safeguard just one person, i.e. Benazir Bhutto.

Well, you know how effective he was there.

And it is a fact that when she was attacked, Rehman Malik RAN AWAY.

So how was he punished?

He was make the Interior Minister, responsible for the security of 180 million people.

That he was such elevated was a demand of the U.S. that brought the current leadership into power too is a commonly accepted fact.



Anonymous said...

Some related things to keep in mind:
1. Remember Kayani was General Musharraf's right-hand man. Is it not strange that the "democracy" that "overthrew" Musharraf's dictatorship chose to keep his closest aide as their Chief of Army Staff (COAS)? And they can't seem to have enough of him and keep giving him extentions past his retirement time....

2. Another interesting fact: Kayani was the middle-man in the negotiations between Musharraf and Benazir Bhutto that brought the current crooked leadership into power. Kayani's masterpiece was the "National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO)" that forgave the crimes of over 8,500 top criminals including the current President and PM (and their wives) who both spent years in jail on corruption charges.

3. Regarding that NRO -- of which the President and PM are chief beneficiaries -- interesting fact is that it was later declared "an instrument void ab initio, being ultra vires and violative of various constitutional provisions including Articles 4, 8, 25, 62(f), 63(i)(p), 89, 175 and 227 of the Constitution" by the Supreme Court of Pakistan -- that is, not only null and void BUT ALSO AS IF IT NEVER EXISTED. This was back in December 2009 but more than two years having passed, not one person has been put back in jail and it's main beneficieries still occupy the posts of the President and PM.

4. One interesting thing that happened recently is the US bill seeking Balochistan sovereignity. It was interesting to see one of the main participants featured was none other than Ralph "Genocide Works!" Peters. Now that was no coincidence. Remember his 2006 paper, "Blood borders: How a better Middle East would look" in the Armed Forces Journal and the "NEW M.E." map he gave us:

Here is the relevant bit about Pakistan:
What Afghanistan would lose to Persia in the west, it would gain in the east, as Pakistan’s Northwest Frontier tribes would be reunited with their Afghan brethren (the point of this exercise is not to draw maps as we would like them but as local populations would prefer them). Pakistan, another unnatural state, would also lose its Baluch territory to Free Baluchistan. The remaining “natural” Pakistan would lie entirely east of the Indus, except for a westward spur near Karachi.

Now keep in mind Balochistan and North Western Province are the only two provinces of Pakistan west of River Indus. With the army doing what it has done to Balochistan and what it is doing in the North West(MUST WATCH videos at the link), ANY DOUBTS about whose side they are on should disappear (And remember this is NOT the first time they have done this -- it is a repeat of the late-sixities, early seventies when the army did the same in East Pakistan, leading to the creation of Bangladesh in 1971)

Anonymous said...

Adding to the above, let's not forget it is often said 'Other countries have armies. In Pakistan's case, it is an army that has a country' and very rightly so! The Pakistani army has become the largest land owners and the biggest corporate entity in Pakistan that produces eggs and jets and everything in-between. In cities, they own the prime real estate (they simply 'conquer' it) and you will have trouble finding an officer (Major and above) who is not also into real estate (According to the book Military, Inc., a brigadier on average is worth a cool $50 Million). But that book came out in 2007 and today the armies assets have more than doubled/quadrupled (They are also busy conquering territory in the North West, claiming civilians invited them for security. Of course Kayani has the nerve to claim "No military operation is going on in Balochistan", which shows you what a big liar he is).

On the civilian front, the economic warfare is in full swing, with the crooks at the top are busy destroying every public asset. Some Big examples:
1) The national airline has been destroyed financially
2) Pakistan Railways has been destroyed
3) Pakistan Steel has been robbed completely
4) Other major profitable assets like Pakistan Telecom has been sold off for a SINGLE DOLLAR (no kidding)
5) In the last four years, more loans have been taken out under this "democratic" government than in the 60 years previous.
6) REAL Rate of inflation is close to about 25% and increasing...Remember too that the rupee has lost 50 percent of it's value in the same four year period.
7) Electricity production has been turned off intentionally for up to 12 hours a day to destroy the industry (in rural areas, it is off for up to 22 hours a day)
8) Banks are almost bankrupt

(Well this list could go on and on --- I AM ONLY SCRATCHING THE SURFACE -- but I hope it gives you a glimpse of the true state of affairs)

Anonymous said...

Also see:
Pakistan Decapitation Papers (free ebook)

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