Thursday, 21 April 2011

America's terrorist in chief Mullen visits Pakistan - "Alleges" ISI of Haqqani links

Read on Pakistan Cyber Force Facebook Page

America's terrorist in chief Mike Mullen
The top USZ military officer accused Pakistan’s intelligence agency of maintaining ties to mujahideen in Afghanistan during a trip to Islamabad on Wednesday that was focused on easing diplomatic tensions. Admiral Michael Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Pakistan’s perceived foot-dragging in tackling strongholds in North Waziristan belonging to the Haqqani network and its continuing relationship with it was “the most difficult part” of the USZ-Pakistani relationship. “ISI has a long-standing relationship with Haqqani network, that does not mean everybody in ISI but it is there. It’s fairly well known”, he said in an interview with a terrorist media channel GEO. “Haqqani is supporting, funding, training fighters that are killing Americans and killing coalition partners. And I have a sacred obligation to do all I can to make sure that doesn’t happen. So that’s at the core - it’s not the only thing— but that’s at the core that I think is the most difficult part of the relationship”, Mullen said. In simple words, he said that Pakistan's hesitation in hitting it's military axe on its own roots is the most difficult part of the relationship. USZ wants Pakistan to attack its own patriotic elements who are against foreign oil monsters' invasion in the region, and Pakistan doesn't want to hurt them because Pakistan's armed forces have not lost their sanity, yet, like Mr. Mullen.

“I don’t know what kind of relationship he’s talking about”, a senior Pakistani intelligence official told Reuters. “If he means we’re providing them with protection, with help, that’s not correct. Even if you are enemies, you have a relationship.” And they are not our enemies, history testifies. Talking to another CIA funded TV channel, Mullen said the Pak-USZ ties are facing strains for the last few months and issues between the two countries are very much complicated (We want Pakistan to commit suicide and they won't do it, how complicated indeed!). He confessed a rapid solution to these issues was not possible. However, he hoped that the issues would be resolved with the passage of time (Yes indeed!). To a query, Mullen confessed drone attacks are not coming up with positive impact.

Mullen said he is concerned about the growth and threat of “terrorism” in Pakistan, noting that the Lashkar-e-Taiba is not just an eastern Pakistan threat focused on India. “I see them with global aspirations”, he said (You see many things, Mr. Mullen. That doesn't change the reality!). Several “terrorist” organisations - including the Haqqani network, (CIA operated) al-Qaeda, LeT and the Jamaat-ud-Dawaa - are working together, the Chairman added. The hypocrite Mullen, however, didn't mention the terrorist activities of the American military in the region who have killed more than 5 thousand Pakistanis through CIA operated TTP suicide attacks against holy places and shrines in Pakistan, and more through cross border terrorism using their drone attacks; besides martyring 5 thousand Afghan civilians since 2011 started (including women, children and elders).

A USZ embassy statement issued after the admiral’s talks with Kayani and Pakistani Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shameem Wynne, said Mullen had promised Pakistan “continued support” in its fight against militancy (by continuing support to TTP and BLA). “Throughout the visit, the admiral emphasised the long-term USZ commitment to supporting Pakistan in its fight against violent extremists”, the statement said. Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir left for the United States of Zionism on Tuesday for two-day talks with State Department officials aimed at “bringing back on track” bilateral dialogue, a senior government official told AFP.

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