Â Â Â Â Â Â Â “Think they’ll like us if we throw a bit mo money around?”
“U.S. aid has not been enough”, Zardari said. Â (Never enough. Pakistan is a black hole…)
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In all fairness to Pakistan, no nation would disclose the location of its nukes to any other country. But then again no other nuclear armed nation is on the edge of falling to suicidal terrorists.
So in the event that Pakistan falls to the taliban, US special forces which are on stand by to secure Pakistan’s nukes will not be able to get all of them.
What do you do with a nuclear armed taliban?Â Bloomberg
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said his country isn’t adding to its nuclear arsenal and doesn’t have to disclose the location of its weapons to the U.S.[…]Â
Asked whether Pakistan would tell U.S. intelligence officials where all its nuclear weapons are located, to allow for a joint strategy to keep them secure, Zardari said Pakistan is a sovereign country.
“Why don’t you do the same with other countries yourself?” Zardari said in the interview taped May 7. “I think this is a sovereignty issue, and we have a right to our own sovereignty.”
Only thing is, Pakistan has been ceding parts of its sovereignty to the taliban. Probably because Pakistan doesn’t have enough money to fight the taliban.
U.S. aid has not been enough, Zardari said.[…]Â
Zardari said the additional aid shouldn’t come with any conditions.
“I think it’s doubting an ally before you go into action together,” the Pakistani leader said. “We should have a result-oriented relationship, where I should be given a timeline and I’ll give you all a timeline, so we can both give each other timelines and meet the timelines on the positive.”
So $11 billion US in aid isn’t enough for Pakistan. Maybe it’s because most of that aid money has actually gone to the taliban! Zardari dares question our doubt about Pakistan’s commitment to fighting the taliban.Â
Before coming to us demanding money, Zardari should first look to fix the pro taliban ISI and the Pakistan army which would ratherÂ fight Hindus than taliban ‘muslim friends’.