Archive for March, 2010

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Shutting Down A Pro-Pakistan Website Is Democracy?

March 31, 2010

The Government of Pakistan claims to be a democratic one; particularly, the PPP segment of this leadership lauds itself for its efforts to save of Pakistan from undemocratic forces. This ought to have reinforced our belief in democracy, which would mean that the people would be free to express themselves. However, we have yet again hit a roadblock, as a well known website that represents the people’s concerns [Pro-Pakistan.com] has been blocked by the Government of Pakistan for no good reason. What kind of democracy is this? Is this the strain of democracy that the president has been conditioning us for when he says: Even the worst form of democracy is better than dictatorship? The truth is that the exploitative elite is ruling in Pakistan and the sane voices of our people and their rightful demands have always been smothered! When any regime takes such steps, it is obvious that they fear losing their grip!

We strongly condemned the shut down of Pro-Pakistan.com and we demand that it immediate be brought back online.

Team PKKH

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Indians scale down in Afghanistan, fearing more attacks

March 31, 2010

KABUL: India has suspended medical aid and teaching programmes in Afghanistan, where Indian businesses and charities are slashing staff over fears they are increasingly targeted by militants, reports AFP.

Kabul-based Indians believe they were the specific targets of three recent attacks in the Afghan capital, including a February 26 bomb and gun assault on a guesthouse that killed 17 people, among them seven Indians.

Indian charity Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), which promoted economic independence for Afghan women, said it had pulled all staff from Afghanistan.

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“Aman Ki Asha”:- Indian-American group asks US to declare Pakistan a terrorist state

March 31, 2010

Times of India

WASHINGTON: Arguing that Islamabad is using terrorism as a tool for its foreign policy, especially against India, an Indian-American group on Wednesday asked secretary of state Hillary Clinton to declare Pakistan as a terrorist state and seize all its nuclear weapons.

“Instead of penalizing Pakistan for its support to the notorious terrorists and spreading global terrorism, US, unfortunately, is rewarding this country with the deadly weapons and billions of dollars of hard cash,” Narayan Kataria, head of New York-based Indian American Intellectual Forum, said in a letter to Clinton.

Similar letters have also been written to several influential lawmakers.

“We should recognize in unambiguous terms that Pakistan is the root cause of terror and instability in that region. In order to win the war in Afghanistan it is essential that American war strategy should be focused on Pakistan. In the next 18 months, American troops will be leaving Af-Pak region,” Kataria said.

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Afghan Cops: A Six Billion Dollar Fiasco

March 31, 2010

Mohammad Moqim watches in despair as his men struggle with their AK-47 automatic rifles, doing their best to hit man-size targets 50 meters away. A few of the police trainees lying prone in the mud are decent shots, but the rest shoot clumsily, and fumble as they try to reload their weapons. The Afghan National Police (ANP) captain sighs as he dismisses one group of trainees and orders 25 more to take their places on the firing line. “We are still at zero,” says Captain Moqim, 35, an eight-year veteran of the force. “They don’t listen, are undisciplined, and will never be real policemen.”

Poor marksmanship is the least of it. Worse, crooked Afghan cops supply much of the ammunition used by the Taliban, according to Saleh Mohammed, an insurgent commander in Helmand province. The bullets and rocket-propelled grenades sold by the cops are cheaper and of better quality than the ammo at local markets, he says. It’s easy for local cops to concoct credible excuses for using so much ammunition, especially because their supervisors try to avoid areas where the Taliban are active. Mohammed says local police sometimes even stage fake firefights so that if higher-ups question their outsize orders for ammo, villagers will say they’ve heard fighting.

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More Hindu-Muslim Riots in ‘Secular’ India

March 31, 2010

Curfew follows Hyderabad riots

Indian police have imposed a curfew in the southern city of Hyderabad after three days of clashes between Hindus and Muslims

The violence, which was reportedly triggered by arguments over decorations for a religious festival, has left at least one person dead and scores injured.

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Pakistan Hamara Azam, Hamara Mustaqbil

March 30, 2010

Pakistan Hamara Azam Hamara Mustaqbil:: News1 & PakistanFirst Special. This was a special show recorded with News1 and it went on-air on 23 March.

Pakistan Hamara Azam Hamara Mustaqbil

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Gordon Duff: Terrorism, Always Suspect A “False Flag” First

March 30, 2010

Gordon Duff, Veterans Today

Real Terrorists are rare and usually easily caught always ask: “Who gains from this?

Every time there is a terrorist attack, the nations blamed say that it was a “false flag” operation. This is what America did to cover up My Lai. We were lying. Germans claimed Poland invaded Germany in 1939. An educated guess is that 75% of terrorist attacks we hear of were staged, never happened or were done by “radical groups” that were first infiltrated, then controlled and eventually financed and supplied by intelligence agencies. Intelligence agencies are, in actuality, the biggest terrorist organizations in the world. The CIA has blown up more buses, airplanes and markets than any almost anyone else. The Mossad may be number one, followed by, well, everyone, the RAW, ISI, MI-6, IRA and dozens of others.

Either directly or through idiots, clones (operatives using false identity to look like “terrorists”) or through simply doing it themselves, these groups promote national policy by destabilizing nations, swinging elections or defaming religious, national or political groups by staging attacks and using the press to place the blame. The popular video game Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 even has a terrorist attack on a transportation center in Moscow built into it, a “false flag” attack. Today, the real thing happened.

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