The Paki Armi: Tomorrows Taliban?

Update: 

Breaking news! Pakistani soldiers prefer fighting “pagan” India than Muslim Taliban

The Muslim doctrine of wala wa bara at work again. “Pak soldiers prefer fighting ‘Hindu India’ than Taliban ‘muslim friends’: Report,” from Thaindian News, May 10 (thanks to JW)

Update from Jawa:

For seven years Pakistan has been pretending to fight the taliban while in reality they have been training, helping and aiding the taliban. Why would this change overnight?

When reading any articles about Pakistani forces fighting the taliban one must always refer to this articlewhich illustrates Pakistan’s double game quite well.

Whenever I hear about Pakistan fighting the taliban I remember this quote: “I cannot lie to you,” Namdar said, smiling at last. “The [Pakistani] army comes in, and they fire at empty buildings. It is a drama — it is just to entertain….America’

While the Pakistani military is inflating the number of taliban they kill, the Pak government and taliban are apparently planning a fake victory parade through SWAT for the army. DEBKA

Pakistani army insider expresses concern about young officers aiding Taliban

pakistan-army_0In uniform today, Taliban tomorrow: united in Islam…

He said it. Tiny Minority of Extremists Alert: “Young Pakistan Army Officers May Be Turning to Taliban, Insiders Say,” by Jeff Stein for CQ Politics, via JW:

A retired Pakistani general confided a deep worry to a friend in Washington last week: that some young officers in Pakistan’s regular army have become increasingly sympathetic over the past few years to the Taliban and their brand of radical Islam.


While he had no numbers or percentages of officers sympathetic to the Taliban, the possibility of any defections raises questions about the reliability of these officers during any sort of push against the Taliban by the Pakistani army.

Concern over the reliability of Pakistan’s officer corps has heretofore focused on the ISI, or Inter-Services Intelligence service, which was wedded to CIA-backed fundamentalist Afghan rebels fighting to oust the Soviet Red Army during the 1980s. A faction of ISI officers is said to remain loyal to the fundamentalists.

The defection of regular army officers to fundamentalist rebels advancing through the Swat Valley toward Islamabad would add another wild card to various nightmare scenarios for Pakistan, a nuclear-armed nation.

Arthur Keller, a CIA spy handler in Pakistan in 2006, told me that he had personally encountered treachery in the army.

“I know of at least two instances from my brief time in Pakistan where we found Pak officers sabotaging the CIA’s work in favor of the Taliban and/or al Qaeda,” Keller said by email Monday.

And there were similar alarming incidents, said an intelligence source who demanded anonymity.

In 2005 American eavesdroppers overheard a Pakistani officer tipping off the Haqqani network — the most dangerous, al Qaeda-linked Afghan rebel clan — of an impending raid against it.

In another instance, ISI’s Directorate S, in charge of external operations, such as Kashmiri independence militants, was releasing militant suspects arrested by ISI’s counterterrorism Directorate C….

*  Once again: Pakistan is a failed state because of Islam. Pakistan, or Bangladesh for that matter, were founded on Islam and nothing but Islam 60 years ago. But Islam can only exist as a pariah,  on the exploitation and the enslavement of the dhimmies, the Christian, Hindu and other minorities, who made a run for it. The remaining 1 or 2 per cent are hardly in a position to carry the country along, or “pay the jiziyah with willing submission, while feeling humiliated and subdued…”

3 thoughts on “The Paki Armi: Tomorrows Taliban?”

  1. The only differences I can think of is the title, uniform…and maybe the Taliban are little more committed to adhering to the Qu’ran. All those can change in a heartbeat if it’s perceived the Taliban is gaining the upper hand. For any Muslim to suddenly become a Jihadist simply means for them to make the decision to obey the Qu’ran concerning that principle.

    That is why no Muslim can honestly be trusted…

  2. True..as has been seen many times,. there is no such thing as a moderate muslim..there is a continuum…they can easily move to extremism and they do. Mad muslims with nukes are a serious worry.

  3. guys…killing one muslim sends another one to hell…while these have killed many muslim talibans on the wrong path.They will fight both india and talibans if they attack precious pakistan !!!!

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