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The Wrong March: Why The Pakistani Military Wont Intervene

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Regarding Western (and Israeli interests) Pakistan is more important than Afghanistan, the repurcussions of chaos there would be huge, and it borders China, India, Iran and Afghanistan.

There has long been arguments that the west wishes to dismember Pakistan. Then what is the stage of the plan? Is Zardari an agent of the West?

This authour has been the most insightful I have seen.


ISLAMABAD, PakistanThe Pakistani military will not intervene to protect President Asif Ali Zardari or his nemesis Nawaz Sharif. Although firmly opposed to intervention as per the wishes of Army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, the Pakistani military is nonetheless exploring all options to deal with the looming specter of a total collapse of government leading to anarchy across the country.

There is a common feeling in military circles that Pakistans elite political class should bear the responsibility for its decisions. The full range of the public administration abilities of these politicians, many of whom have been elected more than twice and thrice, are exposed as sharply lacking. […]
This time Pakistanis are seeing a breathtaking failure and irresponsible behavior across the board.


The incompetence of President Zardari is evident in the manner in which he deliberately pushed all his political enemies to align themselves against him simultaneously. The support for Mr. Zardaris government from the United States and the United Kingdom is a matter of deep concern for many Pakistanis. These Pakistanis feel that Mr. Zardaris government is a vehicle for Washington and London to contain Pakistans military, intelligence agencies and its nuclear and advanced missile programs. .


Written by morris

March 15, 2009 at 12:59 pm

Posted in Pakistan, Sharif, Zardari

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