Monday, January 11, 2010


Pakistan spy boss Pasha (right) next to Gen. Ashfaq Kayani on the USS Abraham Lincoln talking with Michael Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. On whose side is Pasha?

America's drone attacks on Pakistan have been increasing.

In a recent American-led night raid in Kunar province, in Afghanistan, eight young kids were, according to Afghan sources, detained, handcuffed and executed. (Afghan MP accuses US troops of killing schoolchildren )

Sections of Pakistan's military may have decided to hit back at the CIA.

In December 2009, seven CIA guys got killed at a US base in Khost in Afghanistan.

The CIA has tried to blame the Pakistan Taliban and al Qaeda, but as the Pakistan Taliban and al Qaeda reportedly work for the CIA, this CIA explanation of events is unlikely.

Humam al-Balawi, a Jordanian spy, was said to be the bomber.

On 11 January 2010 we read that Chemical analysis has linked Pakistan's spy service ISI to the CIA killings in Khost

The chemical fingerprint of the bomb that killed the 7 CIA officers reportedly matches the kind produced by Pakistan spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

Reportedly, there is collusion between the ISI and the Afghan Taliban (CIA: after the Khost tragedy )

"Before 1979 Pakistan and Afghanistan exported very little heroin to the West," (Peter Dale Scott, The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of North America. University of California Press: 2007, page 124)

But by 1981, "trucks from the Pakistan army’s National Logistics Cell arriving with CIA arms from Karachi often returned loaded with heroin – protected by ISI [Pakistan’s internal security service] papers freeing them from police search." (Peter Dale Scott, The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of North America. Afghan heroin & the CIA - Geopolitical Monitor)

Then the USA decided to be closer friends with India (Israel's pal) rather than Pakistan (China's pal).

According to Pakistan's The Daily Mail, elements of India's spy service RAW, working with the CIA, make millions of dollars by helping Afghanistan's drug traffickers. (CIA Versus ISI « Pak Alert Press / The Daily Mail - Daily News from Pakistan - Newspaper from Pakistan )

Reportedly, the Pakistani Army and ISI were the whistleblowers.

In 2003, Pakistan's then president Musharraf survived a bomb attack on his motorcade.

The CIA is thought to have been behind the assassination attempt.

On 20 December 2009, WWW.AHMEDQURAISHI.COM reported on A Program To Assassinate Pakistani Military Officers:

"The bombings in Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Lahore and Multan are part of a strategic punishment against Pakistan’s military.

"This punishment has now entered a new stage: a systematic program for assassinating Pakistani military commanders.

"Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani was a possible target during the commando-style break-in and siege at General Headquarters in October.

"Maj. Gen. Mushtaq Baig was assassinated earlier this year, near GHQ.

"Four senior Army officers were ambushed commando-style on the streets of the Pakistani capital, one Brigadier was killed.

"Police arrested a suspect who is linked to DynCorp, a military contractor deployed at the US Embassy in Islamabad.

"The latest is the daring Dec. 4, 2009 operation targeting a mosque frequented by military officers.

"The attack carried the hallmarks of Special-Ops training."



Penny said...

I understand that some of the CIA agents killed in Afghanistan were Blackwater mercs in the employ of the CIA...

Peter said...

On whose side is Pasha? Why Pakistan's of course.

Sikander Hayat said...

The guy was a CIA agent but betrayed them. Where does the ISI come in?

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