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    Pakistan problems

    NATO and/or U.S. forces apparently killed a couple dozen Pakistani soldiers at an outpost on the Afghan border.  The details are murky at this point: The Guardian reports that coalition forces say they came under fire and returned fire.

    Pakistan has announced that it will cut off supply deliveries to coalition forces which pass through Pakistan, and has ordered the closing of the air base in Pakistan from which U.S. drones are launched.

    This has all the makings of a serious crisis.  I’ll post updates as more information becomes available.

    Updates:

    • WaPo:  “The White House says senior U.S. civilian and military officials have extended condolences to their Pakistani counterparts following a NATO airstrike that Pakistan says killed 24 of its troops along a frontier area that serves as a haven for militants.”

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    I do believe it would take about twenty or thirty nukes to calm Islam down for the next 200 years.

    since the Pakistani government support the Taliban, perhaps we should stop supporting the Pakistani government. End all “foreign aid” and military support. They wanna play hard ball, so can we…and as the country destabilizes even more, we sieze their nukes. After all, they did shelter Bin Laden for nearly 10 years.


     
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    scooterjay | November 27, 2011 at 9:05 am

    Here comes World War III, courtesy of the Paki-Afghani alliance. Hopefully it will start in Feb. 2013 so we can, as one poster put it, rid ourselves of Islam for the next 200 years.


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