Musharraf demands a larger political Role for Army in Pakistan

By A Khokar     September 30, 2010

 LONDON: Former president Pervez Musharraf warned on Wednesday that army Chief Ashfaq Pervez Kayani could be forced to intervene against the government of President Asif Ali Zardari which he said had failed to tackle rampant militancy and a crumbling economy.

He said the army should have a constitutional role*, rather than an informal position in the country’s leadership and asserted that the army should play its part in keeping checks and balances and ensuring good governance. He was speaking in a public interview with former British ambassador to the US Christopher Meyer, an event organised by ‘Intelligence Squared’ at Kensington town hall in London

Musharraf cited as evidence a reported crisis meeting this week between Kayani, Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani. Asked whether he thought there was a likelihood of a new coup, he told the Intelligence Squared debating forum in London: “Well, you see the photographs of the meeting with the president and the prime minister and I can assure you they were not discussing the weather. There was a serious discussion of some kind or other and certainly at this moment all kinds of pressures must be on this army chief.”

The 67-year-old said similar “pressures” when he was head of the army from 1998 to 1999 had led him to launch the coup against then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. “In that one year Pakistan was going down and a number of people, including politicians, women, men, came to me telling me ‘Why are you not acting? Are you going to act for Pakistan’s good?” Musharraf said. “Now I am in a dilemma — the army chief, what does he do? There is no constitutional provision, what does he do?”

Musharraf said the armed forces need to play a larger political role, as he discussed plans for his own bid to return to power as a civilian. Musharraf confirmed that he would launch a new political party in London on Friday to contest the next elections in 2013 but refused to say when he would return to Pakistan, where he could face treason charges.

He said Zardari’s government had failed adequately to deal with Pakistan’s moribund economy, the threat from Taliban militants and the after effects from devastating floods earlier this year. Pakistan’s powerful military has ruled the country for over half of the country’s existence since independence from Britain in 1947.

While answering a question he dismissed the charges against him relating to Bugti’s murder. He said the Bugti was one of the insurgent who was killed in military chase operation. Insurgents have previously attacked the national gas installations and some 500 rockets were fired. Gas lines were blasted on daily bases and railway links were blown up. Bugti was killed in military operation while hiding in caves, where insurgents were keeping a stock piles of arms ammo and explosive.

Meanwhile, analysts say that Musharraf is a man who may  easily budg to the internal or external pressures and pointed out that if after the tragic incident of a sad demise of Benazir Bhutto he could not evaluate and chalk out a simple contingency plan…to postponed an election to avail a cooling off period for the public; failing which Pakistan is now faced with the dilemma that bunch of looters and pilferers from Benazir Bhutto’s party like Zardari and his cohorts , after winning a sympathy vote in election  are imposed on this nation.

Whereas he himself availed a safe exit but left the nation behind at the mercy of convicted criminals some eight thousand of them that he set them free by issue of infamous NRO. How come he is planning to lead this nation once again from the front?

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*[Hum Bhi wahaan moujood they; hum bhi yeh dekhaa keyay ]

VIDEO LINK

For a Sneak preview of the public interview of President Musharraf on IQ2 world leaders’ event which took place on 29 September 2010

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Intelligence Squared–See you there sir

Pervez Musharraf in Conversation: An Intelligence Squared Event to be held on 29 September 2010

See you there sir

And will ask you a simple question that;

After the demise of Benazir Bhutto, if only you could postponed the general elections and today; we would have not seen the looter and pilferers in shape of Zardari and his cohorts imposed on our heads….

Possibly you too would have been still there occupying the cozy seat of President that you loved the most.

But you simply could not evaluate or anticipate and chalk out a simple contingency plan to postponed the Election and give nation a cooling off period…after the sad demise of BB. How come you are thinking of leading this nation once again from front? Bear in mind that all the generals; they have their one life and you have spent that.

You came out but left the nation fixed in the clutches of the savage convicted criminals— some eight thousand of them that you set them free by issue of infamous NRO.

How could this nation—forget and forgive you?

Regards

Devil is pinning lot of hopes on FATA

By A Khokar   September 26, 2010

Reportedly; US is all set and ready to divide Afghanistan into two parts; north and south. North will be maintained by US in incorporation with the blue eyed, the Afghani north alliance as their mega base from where they may contain the emerging China as well as Russia. South will be given to Taliban and FATA the epicentre of devils will invariably fall to Afghani Taliban. 

In Pakistan; ANP is also; all set to endorse all above. The entire South Afghanistan, FATA and most of the part of old NWFP will be called —-the dream land—-Pakhtunistan.

ANP is already receiving ample grants from US; Mr Asfand Yar wali of ANP is seen extensively shuttling between Peshawar and Washington —–arriving back with full of money bags.

This is most devilish act on the part of people; who intentionally allow or demand the space for evil to breed— like we have in FATA and TTP and other groups of terrorism were freely allowed to breed.

Creation of FATA in itself was a nonsense…Its seclusion and  considering it an area of immunity and not be governed under the main land rules—- in turn it allowed them to breed all type of evil businesses which they are doing at full throttle.

All the worldly evils that any devil may think of; like kidnapping, smuggling, narcotics and arms trading are the flourishing business in this god forsaken piece of land.

 Ironically; this has also become the epicentre especially of terrorism that we find in the world. All the devil minded groups in the area including US are pinning lot many hopes on this devil land.

On the other side, Baluchistan is already at the brink of its secession.

  Our Armed forces; the only force which may keep this land united— and in tact may not be able to cope with all this———– as Nobody may run for ever.

Es ghar ko Aag lag gai, ghar kay Chiragh say

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Zardari regime is so desirable; Obama admin is loving it

By A Khokar          September 21, 2010

Soon after the incident of 9/11; the American adventurists, took Musharraf by surprise to ask him to become their ally. Reportedly, without giving a second thought Musharraf opted to become a US proxy to serve US interests in this region. But soon after, it was realized; that somehow, he was proving to be a tough guy for them and was found playing a double game. There upon BB, a lady on a self exile from Pakistan living her ambrosial dreamy life in the west in ‘Surrey like palaces’ was picked up and trained to replace him. Arrangement for her installation were made but right at the time when she was to take over from Musharraf; American saw their dream plan shattering, when they saw that she too has gone in defiant mode against the will and wishes of US.

One can, well visualize that this has not gone well with American adventurist and eventually both these hard nuts, BB and Musharraf were cracked and smashed for good; BB was assassinated in the run of her election campaign and Musharraf was also sent packing…. and finally deposed.

BB death had generated a massive vote of sympathy; by which her political party–PPP had a cake walk to the rein of power in Pakistan. Asif Ali Zardari the widower of BB twisted and turned the situation to his favour and became the head of PPP. Eventually; he was now sitting in the president house as the new President of Pakistan.

Zardari being the known plunderer and pilferer was heading the country as a most powerful man. He selected his cronies to surround him as his ministers. There is unique part that democracy in playing in Pakistan that plunderer and thugs are now imposed over the heads of this beleaguered nation for at least next five years and they may not get rid of them.

In our region; Americans have their special prime interest that China an emerging Super power be contained right at the front doors of China in Afghanistan. Having secured a foot hold in Iraq; US is now all out to convert Afghanistan into another mega strong base like Iraq.  In the east, India is another emerging economic power for which Pakistan may serve a good buffer state, but this factor is most compelling for USA that they must mould a potent country like Pakistan and relegate it into some subservient order.  For which it is essential that Pakistan must be defanged and economically depleted to the extent that it remains knelt before US and at their mercy for the future to come.

Having got rid of two top patriot personalities off from the scene; BB and Musharraf; It is a big gain for US that they could earn in this region. In the wake of incompetence and lack of governances of present regime; the corruption, looting and plundering has crossed all the known limits. The evil of religious extremism is also playing havoc with the society. Country is teetering on the brink of its collapse and disintegration. Streets of Pakistan now know nothing except the widespread anarchy and chaos in their every nook and corner.

On the other hand the angered Mother Nature is unleashing its havoc and wrath. The devastating torrent floods have drowned some— one fifth of the population and took away the entire livelihood away from the people. Zardari government has failed to serve the affected in such testing times.

There is a sense of hatred toward present regime and hopelessness is found spread among the masses. Zardari and his cohorts have no sense of shame or guilt. On seeing their time drawing near; all the cronies are now out on shopping spree in Europe; especially in UK; where they are seen purchasing properties and securing their homes away from home.

Nation is termed as begging bowl in the world but reportedly; Zardari himself has purchased a newly built penthouse in Central London known as No1 Hyde Park which is worth some 140 million pounds. This is the highest one single bid that some foreigner has ever paid for a property sale proceed in London.

 This is how the masses are finding that their country is being plundered, depleted and degraded on a fast forward speed under present regime. From enemies point of view; present state of degradation and depletion of a strong resilient country like Pakistan trekking on self destructive mode may be most desirable for them; especially for Americans—that they are loving this regime. For sure, it is making of their dream come true.

 Our freewheeling Media may be speculating some drastic changes in the present set up but in the light of all above; any change in the statuesque is likely to meet a strenuous opposition from US administration as well as US lobbying groups employed in Pakistan.

Regards

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China, the US and Clashing Aims

 

 

 
 
A rising superpower confronts a fading one
Written by Ehsan Ahrari �
Friday, 17 September 2010No document reflects the conflicting strategic position of a declining superpower and that of a rising one more aptly than the Department of Defense’s congressionally-mandated annual reports on China’s military modernization.

The Pentagon issued the latest version of that report entitled, “Military Security and Development Involving the People’s Republic of China” (aka China’s military rise) on August 20. That report was issued almost simultaneously with the global splash of a headline that the People Republic of China had surpassed Japan as the number two economy.

Considering the fact that China’s economy has been experiencing average annual gross domestic product growth of 9 percent for the past six years or so, it can be expected continue to channel a portion of that wealth into financing military modernization. This is evidenced by China’s resolve to build aircraft carriers, which it considers the ultimate symbol of the military capability of a potential superpower.


As much as China remains a rising economic power, its military power is not likely to be a match for America’s military prowess and capabilities. China knows that. That is why it is spending a lot of its resources developing “anti-access/area denial” technologies and capabilities, especially involving Taiwan. The Chinese thinking seems to be that, in case of a military conflict involving Taiwan, the PRC would improve its chances of victory if it can succeed in holding off US military intervention through the use of such technologies.

Beijing is also spending a lot of its resources on developing “countermeasures” to nullify America’s ever-escalating capabilities to project power in far off lands. The 2010 DoD report takes a detailed look at those capabilities.

Starting from the awe-inspiring performance of America’s military in Operation Desert Storm in 1991, the PLA’s top brass, as well as defense-related scientists, have been spending many of their resources studying the specifics of America’s space dominance, as much as those details are available in open sources. In addition, the espionage wing of the PLA and other civilian agencies are also busy collecting data in the field on the use of space by the American military. China knows how integral a role America’s mastery of space has played in that country’s military capabilities to maintain full-spectrum dominance in warfare.

Second, no military belonging to any country has been more absorbed in implementing the “revolution in military affairs” and digitization of warfare in its combat capabilities. In fact, China has gone way beyond the use of information warfare in the field of defense. It has also mastered “malware” (or malicious software) espionage, which it has used to spy on Tibetan dissidents. Malware is used for espionage in defense as well as in the military and intelligence fields.

Its purpose is to collect data as well as to corrupt targeted computer systems. According to one study on the subject, “Few organizations outside the defense and intelligence sector could withstand such an attack, Given the high interest of the PRC in this field, and given that it is a closed system, its competitors (especially US government agencies) not only have to constantly remain on guard in developing electronic countermeasures, but find themselves in the dark about the latest capabilities of IT specialists on the Chinese side who are in charge of running that country’s “black programs.”

Third, the PRC is also using its defense experts to study all the military exercises in China’s neighbourhood involving the American military – Japan, South Korea, Australia and India. Electronic eavesdropping also works well for China in studying American manoeuvres. In that regard, China’s “String of Pearls” strategy, an attempt to build client-state relationships to surround India, has not even begun to bear fruit, in terms of providing a treasure trove of intelligence on the activities of the navies of the aforementioned countries.

Fourth, the most impressive aspect of the US military’s war-fighting capability for the PLA is the ostensible ease with which it develops sui generis operations for each campaign conducted since the Operation Desert Storm, which is regarded as the “first information-based war.” The strategy used in the Kosovo war, Operation Allied Force, was a reminder of the one used during the American war in Vietnam. That strategy focused on gradual escalation of air strikes without the threat of ground forces. In the invasion of Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, it was the exotic use of spotters from the Special Forces that directed air attacks on the Taliban from the ground, while also directing the offensive power of the ground forces of the Northern Alliance. For invading Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Centcom initiated the conventional approach of relying on ground troops for the brunt of its operations.

What was different about that operation was that the chief focus of the “Powell doctrine” – the use of overwhelming force – was shelved in favour of a minimalist approach regarding the size of force. Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and former Centcom Commander General Tommy Franks thought that they were making a unique contribution to combat by creating “shock and awe” with a minimal number of ground troops. That was more a “transformational agenda” of Rumsfeld, who was “appalled to discover how much the forces were still fixated on preparing for big wars and purchasing high-profile weapons platforms rather than developing smaller, nimbler forces geared to the actual contingencies he thought they were likely to face.” In their attempt to correct that perceived archaic approach, Rumsfeld and Franks might have gone too far in reducing the force size. General Anthony, who preceded Franks as Commander of Centcom, immediately went on record in pointing out that “his own war plan for invading Iraq had a couple of additional divisions – not for the war fighting, but for what they call the consolidation and exploitation phase at the end of the war.”

However, even if the Iraqi quagmire that followed the collapse of the government of Saddam Hussein has not re-established the significance of Powell’s insistence on the use of “overwhelming force,” it has certainly discarded Rumsfeld’s transformational agenda related to size of the force. One of the major lessons that the US military learned was that it must get ready for “post-conflict” contingencies before invading a country.

The top brass of the PLA watched these developments with much interest and drew their own lessons for future combat that their armed forces might face. The most significant lesson that the PLA drew from the U.S. military is to never stop studying the latter’s unique contribution to the prosecution of war. Since the United States has been involved in too many major combats since the Gulf War of 1991, no military can claim that it has more combat experience than America’s. And any military that wishes to remain at the cutting edge of its profession without paying the cost of actual prosecution of war would serve itself well to become an ardent student of America’s campaigns.

Every time the Pentagon’s report on China’s military is issued, one can expect a repeat of the following: (1) When the document is released, it contains the standard statement that China is still following the late Deng Xiaoping advice: “observe calmly; secure our position; cope with affairs calmly; hide our capabilities and bide our time; be good at maintaining a low profile; and never claim leadership;” (2) It highlights the developments of China’s military modernization, which remains one of its best contributions to the subject anywhere in the world; (3) It accentuates the types of strides being made in China’s space capabilities to take countermeasures against a potential enemy, the PRC’s advances in information and electronic war, and especially in the realm of access denial.

The U.S. military has rightly concluded that China can inflict great damage to its space assets during a military conflict, and that damage is likely to come during the very early stage of the outbreak of hostilities; and (4) It criticizes China for not being truthful about the size of its military spending and not being transparent about the real purpose of its military modernization. On this last point, the United States’ criticism is quite effective, because it is closely being read by all countries of East Asia, and by China’s major rival, India.

The PRC’s standard response regarding America’s perspectives on its military modernization is the accusation that the lone superpower is attempting to contain it. In response to the latest issuance of this document, one Chinese colonel of the PLAF, Dai Xu, accused the US in an OpEd piece of “strangulating China softly.”

The timing of the 2010 version of the Pentagon’s report on China’s military was not particularly good because US-China ties are undergoing an icy phase emanating from President Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama and the US decision to sell US$6 billion worth of armament to Taiwan. China responded by suspending the contacts between militaries of the two nations. The Obama administration characterized China’s response as an “overreaction” to those events.

The United States is having difficulty realizing that China’s perceptions of itself and of the lone superpower are undergoing a palpable transformation. Since the PRC envisages the lone superpower as a declining hegemon, and since its self-perception is that of a rising power (and even of a future a superpower), the current leaders in Beijing believe the former must accord the latter more deferential treatment. When China does the US a favour in global economic matters, the latter must reciprocate on other heady issues like not selling arms to Taiwan or not making a point of receiving the Dalai Lama.

The notion of reciprocity (shu) is a quintessential aspect of Chinese culture. The Sage Confucius reported to have instructed one of his disciples that his doctrine of shu “has only one simple thread running through it” – “Loyalty and reciprocity, and that’s all.”

One has to add to that the major Confucian principle of the doctrine of hexinliyi (“core interests”). In the context of Western thinking, hexinliyi is equivalent to vital interests on which no country would compromise.

For China, these include, first and foremost, the survival of its political system. The second is inviolability of its sovereignty and territorial integrity, two principles that are also inextricably linked with that country’s bitter memories of what it frequently refers to as “the century of humiliation.” The third core interest of China is steady societal and economic development.

What is interesting to note is that, as China continues its awesome economic rise, it seems to have initiated the process of expanding the list of its core interests. In the past, only Taiwan and Tibet were included in that list. Lately, however, it has also added the South China Sea as a core issue. Considering the fact that the PRC has shown no inclination to negotiate on the “old” core issues, it is expected to do the same regarding the South China Sea. There is a major difference between its old and its new core issues.

On its old core interests (Taiwan and Tibet) no other country is claiming sovereignty over them (even though one can argue that Taiwan claims to be a sovereign nation and its sovereignty is recognized by numerous countries, but their numbers are steadily dwindling). However, in the case of the South China Sea, the interests of other states of East Asia come into conflict with that of China.

For a country that has been so vociferous about America’s hubris related to its unilateralism and “hegemonism,” China’s decision to elevate the significance of the South China Sea as a core issue is nothing short of its own manifestation of arrogance. One can objectively state that China’s behaviour might merely be a demonstration of how a rising or “wannabe” superpower behaves.

However, that type of hubris will only escalate the suspicion of its East Asian neighbours regarding the real purpose of China’s rise and especially of its military modernization.
America’s hard-line China-watchers, who felt content with the Bush administration’s proclivities for unilateralism, do not like the Pentagon’s 2010 report on China’s military preparedness. The United States’ attitude toward China went through a noticeable transformation in Bush’s second term, however, when he direly needed that country’s cooperation on the Six-Party Talks and especially during the global economic meltdown of 2008-2009.

Still, even when there is a recurring softening of American official attitude toward China, the notion of competition remains uppermost amidst almost all the China-watchers of America and among America-watchers inside China.

Unlike the superpower competition of the Cold War years, the current competition between Beijing and Washington is not predominantly ideological (even though one has to remain conscious of the fact that the United States is a liberal democracy while the PRC is an illiberal system with predominant features of a capitalistic economy). But the Sino-US competition is for primacy in the world between the lone superpower, which is determined not to lose its top position in the hierarchy of nations, and a rising power, which is equally resolute to become number one.

Two important questions for the second decade of the 21st Century are whether China can be satisfied even by becoming a coequal of the United States; and whether the latter would be amenable to accepting China as its coequal? A very important, but a tacit, aspect related to the latter question is that the United States should also be ready for the scenario of China becoming number one among the hierarchy of nations within a decade or so.

Those are hard questions to answer because the United States never had a coequal during the heyday of the Cold War. The former Soviet Union was arguably America’s coequal in the ownership of nuclear arsenals. In the realm of economics, however, the USSR was very much a Third World country. China, on the contrary, has turned the Soviet template on its head by becoming an economic power first, then using its economic wealth to become a military superpower.

That may be why the United States remains so concerned about China’s rise. As long as China’s economy remains as vibrant as it has been for a decade or so, its rise as a superpower appears inexorable.

Despite the rising spirals of competition between them, neither the US nor China appears disposed to seek confrontation that has a high potential of rapidly escalating. Both – especially the latter – have a lot to lose if a war breaks out between the two. China has accomplished much in the past three decades. It is the “world’s largest trading nation.”
In the words of Zheng Bijian of the China Reform Forum, “The most significant strategic choice the Chinese have made was to embrace economic globalization rather than detach themselves from it.” And it has not shown any intention of risking such magnificent gains. In view of their clashing aspirations, their mutual ties “will never be warm. But they could well be ‘workmanlike.”

The best hope for the world is that the U.S.-China’s Janus-faced cooperative and competitive strategic ties always remain manageable and open for frequently recurring rapprochements.

Source: Asia sentinel

The land where Betrayal is the Norm

 

By A Khokar   September 16, 2010

There is no doubt that; no one from our present day political arena may measure up to the dynamism and extraordinary wielding shown by President Pervez Musharraf during his golden era. He was the man who has been striving hard for the well being of this country and has done marvels in the fields of economy. This country  progressed in leaps and bounds in many fields and very rightly the prosperity and enlightenment was brought in the lives of peoples.

But there is a unique depressing dilemma attached to all this prosperity— which is seen confronting this nation all the times. The economic marvels were although brought forward by Musharraf’s team of some brilliant technocrats like Shaukat Aziz and others…. but sadly this prosperity was not earned by the hard work of people of Pakistan themselves. This all was got at cost; whereby Pakistan as a country was sold out to American in the name of front state of American lead phony war waged against an imaginary web of terrorism— since created in our FATA area.

Pakistan had wilfully agreed to play as decoy to help, up keep the American preferred pretext of terrorism and declared some of its own areas as the dens of so called terrorists and allowed the American to treat it as targets.

During all this it can be said that in the conduct of this war; American whims and will was served— for which, Pakistan was handsomely paid. This has been an awful state of affairs. Hypocritically and shamelessly this has been the conduct of Pakistan, all the times; where Pakistan was consistently asked and insisted to do more. In this slavish conduct adopted by Pakistan as it was also visible to outside world– which can be termed as Pakistan has its; Ankhain meri; baqi oun ka.

It is known fact that ever since Pakistan is seen kneeling in front of American to comply with their will and wishes—and conducted itself simply a decoy. This is sheer degradation of a nation where by its people as well as its Armed forces are being coerced to become the mercenaries and receive monies.

Shamelessly keeping mum on American drones attacks on our own people even today is one such example….of belligerent outlandish nation.

But can we all pelt the above filth simply on Musharraf alone and feel free of any kind of charges and seen shredding our responsibilities.

What about our history? Ironically— our past shows that the people living on the mouth of Hindukush and kirthar ranges (the mountain and lands which now constitute Pakistan), since ages have hypocritically been acting as Mercenaries. Betrayed of own people and their land is the norm of this area. They have very willingly accepted monies; betrayed their own kings, tribes and slain their Maliks — to help pass all the invaders through this area going to deep main land India and get paid.

On this account; to act as mercenaries probably it is in our blood. No surprise—after Pakistan (which includes us all) in war against terror— TTP is another such example in the present day and time.

‘Sleeping with the enemy’* is one such thing that we all are loving it…. Musharraf is not alone in it. Please do not blame him. (Koi pather na marey meray Dewaney ko)

Please do read an article; ‘Sleeping with the Enemy’ if you can. Link here: http://www.adab-arz.co.uk/?p=74

Regards

Musharraf is a spent cartridge

 By A Khokar

All the proxies carry a sell by date. Musharraf who used to boast himself the wizard and a maestro in Pakistan was eventually deposed under a chalked US plan—– to replace him and install yet another proxy: BB-Benazir Bhutto.

Sadly BB got eliminated before, even she could take charge of the rein from Musharraf… and more sad —it is that in order to comply with the orders given by his US masters— very hastily, Musharraf handed over the rein of government to a known band of goons of BB party like; the corrupt widower Zardari and his cohorts.

Musharraf left the Pakistanis high and dry and this country is now caught up in the clutches of savages like zardari found imposed upon them. On the other hand; the stock of natural calamities like the devastating floods in the country are persistently unleashing havoc. Mother Nature seems —mercilessly crushing Pakistanis down and leaving them battered—it looks like they are likely to stay there in this state of turmoil for a long time to come.

Musharraf may like to grab some of his residual credibility; which can be said that it is still holding some waters among the masses for his previous good deeds in the field of economy but realistically speaking, he is a spent cartridge and may not carry it’s —-any reusable value. It is just like as No spark may ignite the ashes and No charity may bring back the dead to life.

His one million sterling pounds flat near London Edgware Road is surely a good rest resort that he has selected for himself to spend his rest of the life. It is in the neighbourhood of another US poodle Tony Blare. Reportedly Musharraf is being looked after there, very well.

To some the above may look very flawed but this is the matter of truth which even; Musharraf may not be able to refute it.

Nowadays Media is full of Rumors of his going back to Pakistan but —if at all he goes back to Pakistan; he may only go back ridding the wings of USA. Pakistani democratic life may not accept him. His reinstalling by US at this time is also very unusual. As said earlier; all the proxies carry a sell by date and he has already spent his time.

But if at all he is sent back; just imagine that what all— US must have done by that time to this battered nation — before he could be reinstalled; if at all he is reinstalled.

 Regards

(Edited for clarity)

Quran- The Truth Revealed

 

 A Muslim TV Ahmadiyya Production  — in 7 parts.

 Introduction

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Part-1

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