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Jul 12, 2006

Kasuri speaks what the real agenda is...

India terms Kasuri's statement on blasts appalling- The Times of India

Pakistani establishment always does a great PR job - no other way they are still a very good Western ally, while being the chief patron nation for all jehadi forces.

However, this statement from Pakistani Foreign minister Khursid Mehmoom Kasuri comes straight from the core agenda... and he forgot to run it through the PR translators; something that his president Musharraf did very well while condemning the blasts yesterday.

And Kasur is telling us just what the establishment has set as goals and objectives for their ISI. Pakistan has an unending agenda to keep India bleeding through a proxy war. They tried this four times through overt wars; failed miserably from 1960's to Kargil. A covert proxy war serves them very well.

They barely spend much on it either - afterall there are lots of 'out of job' jehadi's to redeploy. There are enough petro dollars to keep them funded.

Pakistan has a one-point agenda to keep India bleeding - that keeps them together as a nation and keeps them running. If there is no anti-India agenda, Pakistan will disintegrate...

So they dont really want a solution with India...on Kashmir or whatever. Its a fallacy to believe that solving Kashmir will solve all this for good between India and Pakistan... afterall, they didn't fund and aid Khalistani terrorists in 1980's for Kashmir problem...

Z A Bhutto (Pak PM in 1970's) openly described it as a 1000 years war Pakistan will wage against India - its just been few decades yet. What he didn't say was whether it would be a overt or a covert war.

Its going to such a proxy war for years to come... India has to tighten its belt and hit back at terrorism. No political solution will solve this...

1 comment:

Hiren said...

One really wonders whether all this will ever end permanantly. When such incidents happen, things like cricket matches and the so called exchagne of artiests kind of measures also flatter to deceive. They infact seem totally artificial