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Monday, October 12, 2009

Remember my Sarah was right 1 and 2? Pakistan is being downgraded.

by Upinak
The Palination -- http://www.thepalination.com

If anyone has been keeping up on this blog, you may remember how I sort of pieced together how Russia, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, and China were seemingly piecing together and moving towards some type of exchange of oil, nuclear items and weaponry.

But I mentioned something about Pakistan. What was the deal with them?

Well on Drudge report, I spied something concerning Hillary Clinton and how she is downplaying Pakistan's nuclear arsenal. This, in my mind, is not a good idea.

Clinton said extremists were "increasingly threatening the authority of the state, but we see no evidence that they are going to take over the state. We have confidence in the Pakistani government and military's control over nuclear weapons."

Miliband told reporters at a joint news conference with Clinton that although Pakistan faced a "mortal threat" from extremists, there was no danger of its nuclear weapons being compromised.
And of course this from FT.com

Attackers in army uniforms struck at the headquarters in Rawalpindi on Saturday.

The strike was the third major assault in a week – after bombs in Islamabad and Peshawar – in an apparent campaign to deter a planned army offensive against Taliban strongholds in the country’s Waziristan region along the Afghan border.

Now, what is worrisome is the fact that I purposely put Pakistan in the last Palin was right blogs on missile defense, as a question mark. Why? Because we really do not know what may come about. They are hated by India, in which Pakistan use to belong to them and India has nuclear abilities as well. Kashmir, which was part of both Pakistan and India, does not involve themselves at all concerning India and Pakistan's squabble of power between themselves.

Pakistan is in the middle. Lack and weak government, small military power that is half infiltrated with men who just want to go to Paradise and the fact that the Pakistan government will not state much on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. Pakistan, from what I am told, is only a few steps away from totally being over run by the Taliban. And our news media from around the world seems to be downplaying this.

Keep an eye on Pakistan.

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