U.S. Sockpuppet Hamid Karzai: "If ever there is a war between Pakistan and America, Afghanistan will side with Pakistan"

Karzai: “God Allah forbid, If ever there is a war between Pakistan and America, Afghanistan will side with Pakistan”

Sounds just like our affirmative action Muslim commander in chief who “will stand with the Muslims when the wind shifts in an ugly direction…”

 Remember: this is a guy who’s got his whole extended tribe already settled in the U.S.  Karzai embezzled hundreds of millions of dollars  from his American benefactors and will be the first to seek American protection once the Taliban come waltzing in again. And when we pull out, it will be as if we had never been there……

Gratitude. “Afghanistan to back Pakistan if wars with U.S.: Karzai,” by Augustine Anthony for Reuters, October 22 (thanks to JW):

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Afghanistan would support Pakistan in case of military conflict between Pakistan and the United States, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said in an interview to a private Pakistani TV channel broadcast on Saturday….”God forbid, If ever there is a war between Pakistan and America, Afghanistan will side with Pakistan,” he said in the interview to Geo television.

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“If Pakistan is attacked and if the people of Pakistan needs Afghanistan’s help, Afghanistan will be there with you.”…

Karzai said tensions between the United States and Pakistan did not have any impact in his country’s attitude toward Pakistan….

Afghans have long been suspicious of Pakistan’s intentions in their country and question its promise to help bring peace. Karzai repeated that concern in his remarks.

“Please brother, stop using all methods that hurt us and that are now hurting you.

“Let’s engage from a different platform, a platform in which the two brothers only progress toward a better future in peace and harmony,” he said….

2 thoughts on “U.S. Sockpuppet Hamid Karzai: "If ever there is a war between Pakistan and America, Afghanistan will side with Pakistan"”

  1. Surprise! Karzai says his remarks about backing Pakistan in a war against the U.S. were “misinterpreted,” taken “out of context”

    That’s how it always seems to happen. More on this story. “Karzai backtracks on controversial Pakistan remarks,” from Agence France-Presse, October 24:

    President Hamid Karzai sought to distance himself Monday from controversial remarks made in an interview in which he said Afghanistan would back Pakistan against the US if the two ever came to blows.
    The presidential palace said Karzai’s comments, made in an interview with private Pakistani television station Geo at the weekend, were “misinterpreted”.
    Karzai has said that his country would support Pakistan if it was attacked by either the United States or India.

  2. Top U.S. General fired for telling the truth about the Karzai regime

    “Why don’t you just poke me in the eye with a needle! You’ve got to be kidding me … I’m sorry, we just gave you $11.6 billion and now you’re telling me, ‘I don’t really care’?”

    Exactly. Here we have one U.S. official willing to tell the truth about a leader who has openly said he will side with our enemies and has threatened to join the Taliban in the past, and he gets fired.

    Fantasy-based policymaking ruthlessly enforced: “U.S. General Fired for Verbal Attack on Afghan Leader,” by Justin Fishel for FoxNews.com, November 5 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

    A top U.S. general in Afghanistan was fired Friday for making disparaging remarks about Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his government.
    Maj. Gen. Peter Fuller, deputy commander of the NATO training mission in Afghanistan, made the remarks in an interview with Politico that was published Thursday.

    Fuller told Politico that major players in the Afghan government are “isolated from reality.” Fuller reacted angrily to claims from Karzai that Afghanistan would side with Pakistan if it were to go to war with the United States.

    Fuller called Karzai’s statements “erratic,” adding, “Why don’t you just poke me in the eye with a needle! You’ve got to be kidding me … I’m sorry, we just gave you $11.6 billion and now you’re telling me, ‘I don’t really care’?”

    Gen. John R. Allen, the commander of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), released a statement Friday saying Fuller was to be relieved of his duties, “effective immediately.”

    “These unfortunate comments are neither indicative of our current solid relationship with the government of Afghanistan, its leadership, or our joint commitment to prevail here in Afghanistan”, Allen said.

    “The Afghan people are an honorable people, and comments such as these will not keep us from accomplishing our most critical and shared mission-bringing about a stable, peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan.”…

    Good luck with that. Fuller will be proven right, and you will be proven foolish.

    “You can teach a man how to fish, or you can give them a fish,” Fuller said. “We’re giving them fish while they’re learning, and they want more fish! [They say,] ‘I like swordfish, how come you’re giving me cod?’ Guess what? Cod’s on the menu today.”…

    “The Afghan people are an honorable people, (No. they are not. They have a warped sense of honor just like their warped morality.)

    “….and comments such as these will not keep us from accomplishing our most critical and shared mission-bringing about a stable, peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan.”…

    There will never be a “stable peaceful & prosperous Afghanistan”.

    Afghanistan will be Islamic under the Taliban.

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