We hear this over and over. Ooops, sorry. How many did we accidentally kill this time? The US and NATO and the multitude of countries occupying Afghanistan, on an obsessive-compulsive mission to complete the mission started after 9/11/2001. The Taliban is hurt but not destroyed, Bin Laden is dead. There is no […]
by Len Hart, The Existentialist Cowboy Brass hats and ass hats are not happy about what is called one of the biggest ‘leaks in military history’, certainly the biggest expose since Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers. Wikileaks has blown the lid off Pentagon cover, exposing the truth about U.S. wars of […]
Brits and Americans being hunted for sport! Death toll mounts. More people are looking to Obama with hopeful responses. Obama’s hands are tied until January 20 next year. He is sending representatives already, but cannot say or do anything until he is sworn in. At least he is doing what […]
Afghanistan dangerously off the radar
It’s hardly an anniversary many will register, but last week marked 30 years since President Jimmy Carter authorised the first covert CIA operations against the government of Afghanistan.
By backing the anti-Communist mujahideen and creating civil unrest, the plan was to provoke a Soviet invasion and thus, […]
US to deliver 10 refurbished F-16s to Pakistan soon
ISLAMABAD: The United States will soon deliver 10 refurbished F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, including four aircraft to be supplied this month.
The US Congress on Wednesday notified the delivery of the F-16 jets to Pakistan. The aircraft are part of […]
Mush has to leave Pak or face prosecution: ANP
NEW DELHI: Amid uncertainty over the fate of embattled Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, a top leader of the Awami National Party (ANP) on Monday said the former military ruler has just two options left — leave the country or face prosecution. ( Watch […]
“Diplomacy is the art of saying “Nice doggie” until you can find a rock.” Will Rogers quotes […]
Iran moving into the big league Kaveh L Afrasiabi
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad’s three-nation tour of Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India and the welter of agreements and understandings reached between Tehran and these governments serve notice beyond the mere issue of energy security and Iran’s expanding role in the sub-continent’s […]
NEW YORK — The Bush administration is sending mixed signals to the new Pakistani government over its talks with militants, troubled by the failure of past deals but reluctant to publicly criticize its key ally in the war on terror.
“We’re watching closely,” a State Department official said yesterday. “The Pakistani government has […]
Animosity has been fueled by western manipulation for decades. Now that the area can stand on it’s own, they must be given a chance to walk in their own direction, nurture their own economies and deal with their own populations. If democracy is the goal, let it evolve on its own. […]