Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Glavin on Pakistan

I have long said that Pakistan is not a friend in the war on terror. India has said this for many years. The ISI started the taliban and I have no doubt still funds it. The central government is very weak. terry is right, Pakistan scares me.

Terry Glavin: If Pakistan didn’t scare you before, it should now

Terry Glavin August 18, 2010 – 11:01 am

The Sound of Pennies Dropping:

1. Pakistan’s main spy agency says homegrown Islamist militants have overtaken the Indian army as the greatest threat to national security, a finding with potential ramifications for relations between the two rival South Asian nations and for the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan. A recent internal assessment of security by the Inter-Services Intelligence, Pakistan’s powerful military spy agency, determined that for the first time in 63 years, it expects a majority of threats to come from Islamist militants, according to a senior ISI officer.

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1 comment:

Powell lucas said...

You can just bet that the Taliban and its brothers in murder will take advantage of the devastation in that woebegone country to expand their influence and control. I fear Pakistan is doomed to fall under the rule of these terrorists. If Canadian politicians had any sense they would implement a policy that bans any former member of the ISI member from entering this nation. And you can bet they will be flocking here by the thousands once they find out what life is like under their unholy creation.

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