Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Pakistan - America's Chief Ally in the war on Terror

Attacking your close ally and killing innocent civilians, and then instead of an Aplogy saying that you can't guarantee a repeat of the same true diplomacy at work.

5 comments:

James Howard Shott said...

While the government may be an ally in the fight against terrorism, many of the Pakistani people are not. If they were, they would not have invited terrorists to their homes.

The United States and the Pakistan governments are going to track down and kill terrorists. Unfortunately, some collateral injuries and deaths will likely occur. However, that can be minimized if the Pakistani people do not associate with terrorists. Doing so invites harm.

Destitute Rebel said...

My friend you are sourly mistaken in your perceptions, I know for a fact that a majority of the American population does not know the facts about the situation. Most Pakistani's are liberal, but actions like this one by an irresponsible US Government is changing that, and if stupidity of this sort continues, not only will the US face difficulties is Pakistan but it will continue to face difficulties all over the muslim world. What you might call "collateral damage" is innocent women and children, how yould you feel if a governement (not a terrorist organization) bombed your neighbourhood on incorrect intellegence and killed innocent people, and then not even bother to apologise?

Anonymous said...

James H. Shott,

I guess the same logic can be used to justofy 9-11 attacks

James Howard Shott said...

I guess the same logic can be used to justofy 9-11 attacks

I fail to see the connection.

Anonymous said...

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