Let’s our enemy not find us off guard when it strikes

 

US has lost its war against terror in Afghanistan but as a last resort for her face saving, US is trying to indulge in a futile effort to make her proxy Pakistan, a scapegoat to cover up all her failings. History of US defeat in Vietnam War is being repeated here, where Vietnam neighbouring country; Cambodia was blamed for US failures in Veitnam and Cambodian as nation were ruined, mutilated by US before it could retreat.

Pakistan as proxy is placed as front state and a US ally in the war against Terror in Afghanistan. It is not difficult to ascertain that earlier the prime Al-Qaida target; Osama Bin Laden found living an impoverished, vegetative life was being kept at Abbotabad compound as a stooge under a ‘mutual US-Pak arrangement’ with a plan to spring him up, any time in July -August before
the start of US departure and mark it a US-Pak Joint victory in the war against terror. But Pentagon finding it somewhat difficult to handle this cook up; very cunningly, decided to betray her ally Pakistan and went ahead to orchestrate a Abbotabad compound raid drama by hijacking OBL prematurely. Very conveniently Pakistan was blamed for her accomplices and using OBL dead body as a trophy; —- US declared it her sole Victory.

But sadly this US short lived exercise of fame is miserably failing on the anvil of the truth of this war. Anyhow under the circumstances; there must not be an element of surprise for Pakistanis now that in order to pressurise Pakistan and keep the US war failings covered; every now
and then a new blame will be hurled toward Pakistan.

This is old US habit and Pakistan may not be an exception to it that all the US proxy and friends like Pakistan; they end up humiliated.

It is very much expected that US is likely to orchestrate yet another drama; this time of Ayman al Zawahiri but hopefully ISI will be ready to save herself to be stung from the same snake pit… yet one more time.

Sun Tzu says:

“What is of supreme importance in war is to attack the
enemy’s strategy.”

‘The art of war teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy’s not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him; not on the chance of his not attacking, but rather on the fact that we have
made our position unassailable.’