The Paki Drama

They are entitled to terrorize us. Its their religion:

Pakistan reacts to Haqqani criticism “in injured tones similar to those used after the Navy Seals raid that killed Osama bin Laden”

 “They can’t live with us or without us”,  “You will lose an ally,” –“You cannot afford to alienate Pakistan. You cannot afford to alienate the Pakistani people.”

Pakistan has overreached in its double game, and has been caught. About all they have left is to play the victim and make threats. More on this story. “Pakistan Scorns U.S. Scolding on Terrorism,” by Jane Perlez for the New York Times, September 23. (Nothing that a few billion dollars can’t fix…)

In other words: Stop calling us out for not acting like friends, or we’ll stop pretending to be friends.

The rhetoric from our Frenemy and Ally is escalating because Pakistan is cornered. They are reportedly intimidated by the monster they have created in backing the Haqqani network, but have also been caught out in their double game by the U.S. and have run out of excuses.

All they have left to do is to claim victim status and threaten to discard the entire alliance, such as it is. “US must not cross ‘red lines’, says FM Khar,” from theAssociated Press, September 24

The Paki Blitz tops it off:

 “Obama is the neo-godfather of terrorism, who is patronizing terrorists in ousting elected governments and planting Sharia Regimes in several countries in the world. When Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda are enemies of peace for their destructive activities against humanity, Barack Husain Obama and his rogue administration in Washington are no less.”

Well,  there is some truth in that.

“All your infidel aid are belong to us”

Not surprisingly, little appears to have changed since the last round of flooding. “Asia/Pakistan – Floods “wanted by the government”: Caritas, the only channel that gives humanitarian aid to religious minorities,” from Agenzia Fides, September 22:  Much of the money raised in 2010 went lost in the rivulets of corruption, cronyism and misgovernment.

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