Slowly, the disease of Afghanistan is creeping into Pakistan, catalyzed by the actions of the United States of America:
Nothing is perfectly predictable. What is presently clear is that Pakistan is unstable, it possesses deliverable atomic weapons, and its midrange delivery systems are effective. Less clearly explained in consumer-grade news is exactly what forces are contributing to Pakistan’s devolution. I am moderately confident that thorough research would show that American intervention is a significant component of Pakistan’s speeding decline.
After we got bin Laden, why did we continue to drone Pakistan? To anyone reading this commentary, I ask: How would hellfire drones, buzzing overhead day after day after day, affect your psyche? How would you feel if several of your cousins died, having been struck by an American drone-launched missile? Would you join forces with those whose stated primary goal is to eject a dangerous foreign invader from your country?
The more “we” push, the more “they” will push back:
Sorry, Australia! I have no sympathy for any country that participated in the American war with Iraq.
(From the Los Angeles Times, 13-December-2014)
Can one thus far find a single inaccurate statement made by executives at Sony Pictures in their “leaked” e-mail messages? In particular, let us look at Angelina Jolie’s acting. Frankly, she sucks. So, why does she get the meaty parts in movies? Well, her father is Jon Voight, she’s “slept” her way past her father to the top of the heap, and she’s a thinly veiled do-gooder.
George W. Bush and his CIA operatives are all war criminals. At the end of WWII, war criminals were sentenced to death by firing squad and hanging. What should happen to George W. Bush and his pals? InterPol should be issuing death warrants right about now.
Contrary to George “War” Bush’s comments:
The CIA should return the word nuance to its vocabulary.