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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Pakistan: Not a Cake Walk for US
By A Khokar • Sep 13th, 2008 • Category: Lead Story • (4,019 views) • 13 Comments
Global war on Terrorism is a unique ‘policy of fallacy and deception’ and 9/11 is US self inflicted wound; Taliban is a blown up, a stateless imaginary enemy placed to live in cuckoo land with its Al Qaeda portrayed as the master mind; a lynch pin, a tool implied and to be used for all sort of eventualities. After Afghan war, Taliban were the crippled and destitute force. They needed resuscitation and a help. US came up with that help. They were attracted to the US bate of ‘fallacy and deception’ and were the first to fell prey to this snare.
Al Qaeda of Taliban was blown up into a Myth of Terror which later took a shape of ideology and thus a full fledge global war on terrorism hatched. Those were the days and here we are today; —- From Middle East to Pakistan; all the countries are under the siege and in the clutches of the savage oppressor who is on its rampage; who knows well that “Savagery and violence can only be concealed by a lie, and the lie can only be maintained by violence.” says Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn a Russian Novelist. It is another anniversary time of 9/11 and we see that all the colours of the rainbow of glory hanging above the horizons of Washington DC and New York are the colours drawn from the spillage of the blood of Muslims of Middle East, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Having secured the foot hold in Iraq and turning it as subsidiary luna state of US; oppressor is finally preparing to land in for the ultimate anchorage—Pakistan; to turn this land into hers formidable base to complete his hegemonic aims and be able to check the new emerging powers; China and India as well to see Russian confined in their own four walls.. How best the country like Pakistan shows their wisdom and zeal to deter the enemy depends; how potent they hold them selves together and stand brave and united in the face of tyranny.
US only move in the lands which offer them a cake walk.

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