Posts Tagged ‘CIA’

george_bush_musharraf_coupI for one think there has been too little noise made over this both by the US Government and its stooge Pakistan. Of course America’s favourites can be forgiven for anything.
America is usually friendly only with fanatics (earlier support of racist Afrikaner-dominate National Party in South Africa), dictators (rulers of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and other such “princely” states) and their own-hand created puppet regimes (Remember Iraq, Afghanistan)?
So its not keen on harassing Pakistan over the Mumbai attacks. Uncle Sam made the usual noises of sympathy and then went back to “I love Pak” mode.
So our Pak PM Yousaf Raza Gilani suddenly saw no need in the world for “so much noise” about the Mumbai attacks.

This must not be construed as me being anti-Pakistan or a rabidly, fanatic Indian. I am well aware of the failings of the Indian Army in their IPKF mission to Lanka, their sordid deeds in the coffin scam, etc. So I can’t say I’m blindly patriotic and can overlook J&K. Or that I don’t get sentimental about the cute, little Pak girl who came here to get her heart fixed. But, in politics, there should be a sense of fairness.

Here in India, our politicians maybe corrupt, but atleast they don’t wear military jackets and stay in power by the simple process of not holding elections.

But America loves such a country. I think secretly George W Bush must be wishing America was run along the same lines as Pakistan. Remember the first time fiasco of his, when he came (un-elected) to power?

Gilani & Delhigeorge_bush_musharraf_buddy

Gilani: We are doing everything we can

Delhi: We have heard no word from Pakistan.

Gilani: We have given India ISI feedback

Delhi: We have not received any feedback from the ISI

Gilani: We have sent a dossier to the CIA and India

Delhi: We have not received any such dossier.

(Honestly, in which century do Pak leaders live in? Do they think if they pretend a problem doesn’t exist, will it just go away?)
Gilani’s diversionary tactics:

He must  have learnt this from George Bush Jr. Remember how easily he could switch the topic to the “Axis of Evil,” when questioned about failings in his administration like why health care has gone up?

So Gilani, when questioned by the Pakistani press, immediately said people should be more concerned about the killings in Palestine than the Mumbai attacks. Why is the world silent on that? He questions.

pakistan-cartoons-jan-8th1The world has not been silent Mr Gilani. Its you and your predecessors who have been unusually silent on this with every meeting with every US President. Pak leaders have always chosen to turn a blind eye to America’s atrocities in the Middle-East and its close nexus with Israel.
So he should actually be the turning the mirror on himself and asking, “Why is Pakistan silent? Why did Pakistan never protest the American invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan? Why did Pakistan never condemn the US for economic sanctions placed on Syria? Why did Pakistan never question America about all the Pakistani civilians detained in Guantanamo Bay? Why is Pakistan still tacitly supporting the US-Israel aggression on Palestine, by not condemning it?

Its a case of the pot calling the kettle black!

Best form of defense? Attack

Since his own grounds are shaky, what must he next do? Hit out at India for atrocities in J&K.

Who is responsible for 26/11? Ans: “India. 26/11 was an intelligence failure on India’s part and that it India’s “internal matter”.”

Setting Pak correct

Foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee, whatever his failings on the Indo-US  nuke deal maybe, knows how to give it back as good as he gets it.
Mr Mukherjee, said Pak PM can’t go about comparing 26/11 to Gaza, because, “`I have not gone and occupied any (of) Pakistan’s land which Israel has done (in Palestine).

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America, America!

I first heard this at an activist’s house. I was so fascinated that I was hung-ho on playing it at our college film festival. It became a big hit at the MCC college film fest; with people singing the song and asking for encores. Once our schedule got a little messed up because people wanted to hear this song again and again and again. On a more serious note, the message in this song is both true and sad. The lyrics of this fantastic song go:

America, America, American War Paruda

War War War American War

American War Paruda

America so free I am dying to see,

Disneyland and Statue Liberty,

Choose between Coca-Cola and Pepsi,

Home-made prison with colour-TV,

America so strong with nuclear bomb,

Big one, small one and one long,

Vietnam napalmed, Afghanistan bombed,

America decide what is right, what is wrong.

America, America, American War Paruda

War War War American War

American War Paruda

America never sad, only go mad,

Blame someone say the world is bad,

First communist, then terrorist,

If not this maybe some other list.

America friends all over the world,

Fanatics, Dictators and Murderers,

America so sad for the world to see,

Bin Laden is paid to be an enemy.

America, America, American War Paruda

War War War American War

American War Paruda

If you have might, everything is right.

While you bark, you also bite.

Killing everyone best way to manage,

Then tell your friends collateral damage.

Saddam you scoundrel where are the weapons?

These inspectors instead of eyes have buttons.

Now, we’ll show how everyone is wrong,

Saddam your belly is actually a bomb.

America, America, American War Paruda

War War War American War

American War Paruda

America has a package for every country,

First CIA, World Bank and MNC,

If bribe don’t work destroy the whole place,

Put puppet regime with UN First Aid,

We can see through American tactics and tricks,

Armament deals and Oil politics,

World War III no need to worry,

God save us from American Peace and Liberty.

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