Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Pakistan and its Islamic militants!
The Pak ex-spy chief doesn't seem to be bothered by Shari'a. The one issue with Shari'a is its containment. Wherever it arises ~ they seem to want to spread it by force ~ people don't seem to want to gravitate toward it ~ it gravitates towards them ~ making them hostages to it along the way!
Why would Bin Laden's 3 wives be shacked up in a house with another man?
His reluctance to give up the cover story shows that they likely made it up in the first place ~ Bin Laden was sick and died a few years ago.
And this whole WWIII with America thing ~ in his mind they are attacking Libya ~ [another Islamic nation ~ no doubt is what he is implying] ~ but if Pakistan is attacked ~ they have something for the Americans ~ but can't go into it right there and then!!
A load of nonsense.
Granted they do have nuclear weapons and that would be the only thing the US and many others would be interested in. Let the terrorist put him in a burqa!!
Calling the US a young country ~ he must think he is still apart of wider India!!
Amid the fallout between Washington and Islamabad over the killing of Osama Bin Laden, RT spoke to Hamid Gul, former chief of Pakistan's Intelligence Agency. He calls the US a haughty empire spoiled by a sense of authority.
“You have to understand the arrogance of the West, especially the US. They are a very young nation that received too much power. They created the image of Bin Laden to justify war with Afghanistan,” said Gul. “They wanted to finally look as if they are victorious and make the world believe it, because they can’t forget the defeat in Vietnam.”
Hamid Gul stated that while US had been using the image of Bin Laden for the past several years, the terrorist had been dead for a long time already:
“Osama Bin Laden was not killed. He died of natural causes years ago. In any case, even if he was alive, he was a living dead. Because if he was hiding in Pakistan, let’s assume that the story is right, then how effective could he be from there?” stated Gul.
According to former chief of Pakistani Intelligence Agency the US had an obvious aim in staging Bin Laden’s death.
However, Gul maintains Bin Laden’s death will on no account cause terrorism to double.
“Osama was not a symbol of resistance. I don’t think he did much, I don’t think he carried out 9/11,” he said.
Posted by Cole at 6:12 AM