Friday, June 24, 2011

Allow me to introduce to you the winner of the war on terror

Yes, that’s right… the no bull, nation manipulating, protector of gintsu wielding, head sawing freakazoids, inventor of the Taliban, Chinese leaning, nuke building, jew hating, behind the scenes controller of the events is Pakistan, Afghanistan and beyond. They believe in consistent behavior.


General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, NI(M), HI (Urdu: اشفاق پرویز کیانی , born April 1952) is a four star general in the Pakistan Army, and the currentChief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army. He replaced General Pervez Musharraf as the Chief of Army Staff and the commandant of the army on November 29, 2007. General Kayani is the former Director General of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), and Director General of Military Operations (MO). On 24 July 2010, prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani extended General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani’s term as Chief of the Army Staff by three years, making him the first Pakistani four star general to receive a term extension from any democratic government. In 2008,Newsweek named him the 20th most powerful person in the world

Lieutenant-General Ahmad Shuja Pasha (Urdu: احمد شجاع پاشا), HI(M) (born 18 March 1952) is the current Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Pakistan’s premier intelligence service since October 2008.[1] He was due to reach the age of superannuation on 18 March 2010, but has got an extension for one more year.[2] He was recently named as one of the 100 most influential people by Time Magazine

The newly elected civilian government of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani tried for two months to gain control of the appointment for the director of the ISI as well as place the agency under the administrative, financial, and operational control of the Interior Ministry.[6] However, the attempt failed when Chief of Army Staff, General Kayani appointed Pasha on September 29, 2008.[1][7] Pasha’s prior post was responsible for planning operations against Taliban and al-Qaeda militants in the FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces of Pakistan, signaling a reorientation from the ISI’s traditional Kashmir/India focus


The ISI are Corleone’s with a nation.

Anyone believe that the new ISI head is there to GET the Taliban and Al Qaeda with that background?

He is THE HEAD INFORMER under the CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE ARMY to ensure the Taliban are gone as the Reaper’s circle overhead. The war is WIRED FROM END TO END in Pakistan.


If the govt of Pakistan was serious about being an ally these guys would be ROOM TEMPERATURE, or retired IN ANOTHER NATION IN EXILE.

It’s totally wired.

Thus every step of our strategy is completely flawed. From 2001 onwards.

Zia ul Haq wins the long game from his grave. The same Zia who blithely asked Barbara Walters why she was so sure that democracy, and the republics were the final development in the government of men.

1989 Saudi Investment in helping Afghanistan develop:

President General Mohammad Zia Ul Haq in Kabul


One of these days we are going to be compelled to vaporize some geography to demonstrate we wish to survive as a society, and civilization. I don’t want to see it. But, finally, we will be left no choice in this matter. We will not be left alone to HAVE a choice. Neither a govt of apologia, nor a govt dedicated to ‘counter insurgency’ will succeed against these forces. A war of ten years has not ended this because those people just don’t care for Washington, Franklin, Jefferson and Madison.

A war of ten years has not ended this



And no more kids will be molested trying to fly to Disneyworld.

This is an ugly post.

I am SORRY to be compelled to make it.

“Tattaglia’s a pimp. He never coulda outfought Santino. But I didn’t know until this day, that it was Barzini all along.”


ronmorgen said...

I've said this before. Secure the nukes, get our people out, cut off the aid, and target the enemy from above. Oh yea, and pray for any indiginous Christians left behind.

Always On Watch said...

Epa said: This is an ugly post.

I am SORRY to be compelled to make it.

In addition to being overwhelmed on the household front, I am also not post much about Islam and the "war on terror" lately. Frankly, I don't see much point in my posting because I've said all that I need to say, I think. If people don't "get it" now, they never will -- or they won't until the unthinkable events occur. Millions will lie dead; and if millions must lie dead, may a good number of those be jihadists and those who have supported them covertly or overtly.

Pastorius said...

I'm with AOW, but I continue to post just in case maybe I can help some late arrivals on their way into the bomb shelter.

Always On Watch said...

I haven't given up on posting altogether.

But the other day, I got a reality check as to just how much Obama's Islamophilia has impacted my liberal neighbor, who used to understand the reality of Islam but now is denying that reality -- all because my neighbor fawns over Obama. My neighbor is 70 years old and should know better than to fawn over any politician.

Epaminondas said...

Why she she fawn AoW?
Is it that he is viewed as the protector of Medicare and SS?

Just tell her she is a dupe, euchred by a Chicago gangster who talks sweet, and she will PERSONALLY contribute to the end of both programs and you will dance on her early than needed grave in a red dress.

A slinky one


Bunkerville said...

It really is a bummer. Now with the Internet, more of us know sooner rather than later of those who wish us harm. We should take advantage of it, as we should have prior to WW I and II. But no, we do not seem alarmed, but rather need to repeat history.

Always On Watch said...

Actually the neighbor I mentioned is a man -- a retired CEO.

He is a liberal from Canada and has moved further left since Obama took office.

Amazingly, my neighbor, a staunch pacifist, doesn't seem the least bit concerned about Obama's "kinetic military action."