Pakistan Is Not Our Friend

Pakistan Is Not Our Friend

Pakistan Is Not Our Friend

In 2018, Pakistan received more than $437 million in US aid to rebuild its infrastructure, shore up its educational system, and humanitarian and military aid. Since 2002, Pakistan has received more than $33 billion in US assistance. What did we get in return?

The money we have given Pakistan over the years was supposed to help Pakistan deal with its militant problem, fund counterterrorism efforts, and build a country that’s not stuck in the stone age – a country that was either too incompetent or too busy fellating Usama bin Ladin to inform its supposed friend, the United States, that the world’s most-wanted terrorist was living happily just blocks away from its premier military academy.

But Pakistan has repeatedly spit on us, even as it has sucked up billions of dollars in aid from various US agencies, and its latest slight is no less repugnant.

A Pakistani court on Thursday overturned the murder conviction of a British Pakistani man found guilty of the 2002 kidnapping and killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.

Instead, the court found Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh guilty of the lesser charge of kidnapping and sentenced him to seven years in prison.

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The Sindh High Court also acquitted three others accused in the case: Fahad Naseem, Sheikh Adil, and Salman Saqib, who were earlier sentenced to life in prison. The defendants were also collectively fined $32,000.

The slimy bags’ lawyer rubbed his filthy paws together in delight. ““Justice has been done for my clients,” he said.

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Justice?

Let’s remind our readers what justice looks like in Pakistan. A horde of neanderthal extremists kidnapped journalist Daniel Pearl while he was working on an investigation into links between the British Shoe Bomber terrorist and al-Qa’ida. They held him for nine days before beheading him, cutting up his body into pieces, and burying him outside of Karachi. They made a video graphically depicting their slaughter of Pearl, slicing and chopping at his neck until his head had separated from his body, and they forced the journalist to condemn America’s foreign policy and admit his Judaism.

My name is Daniel Pearl. I’m a Jewish American from Encino, California, USA. I come from, uh, on my father’s side the family is Zionist. My father’s Jewish, my mother’s Jewish, I’m Jewish. My family follows Judaism. We’ve made numerous family visits to Israel.

And now, his filthy, camel-felching murderers will probably be released after serving a few years in prison.

That’s justice in Pakistan.

Justice in Pakistan is imprisoning a doctor who helped the CIA find bin Ladin – something Pakistan was unwilling or unable to do.

Justice in Pakistan is giving refuge to terrorist D-Company thug Dawood Ibrahim, who tops the list of India’s most wanted terrorists, who is wanted for masterminding the 1993 Mumbai terrorist attacks, and whom they have been allowing to operate out of Karachi to stick their thumb in India’s eyes. Justice in Pakistan is also working to block the extradition of Dawood’s right-hand thug Jabir Motiwala, who confirmed that his boss is hiding in Pakistan.

Justice in Pakistan is demanding US dollars, while allowing militant groups to operate within its borders – exactly what the US aid was supposed to help it prevent. Al-Qa’ida ass guzzler Ayman Zawahiri continues to hang out in Pakistan with impunity, and Pakistan continues to denigrate and smear the United States even as its ISI trained Islamic militants, allowing them to wreak death and destruction worldwide.

Justice in Pakistan is doing just enough to avoid being blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – the global body that develops policies to combat money laundering and financing of terrorism – but continuing to sit back and watch as terrorists and criminal money launderers use its financial system with impunity.

And although the United States in 2018 cut $300 million in aid to Pakistan, we remain that country’s biggest donor, and a few days ago the Trump Administration has announced it’s giving that rancid extremist shithole $1 million to fight COVID-19.

I realize $1 million is a mere drop in the bucket compared with the billions we already sent these fetid fuckbags over the years, but you know what? After their monkey courts overturned a savage murder of an American, we just need to let them all die. Cut all aid. Impose sanctions on the entire country. Cut it off from the global financial system. Let India bomb the fuck out of them until there’s nothing left.

That’s how you deal with Pakistan.

Never forget Daniel Pearl. Never forget his grisly death. Never forget his beheading. Never forget that Pakistan is releasing his murderers.

Fuck Pakistan with a cactus dipped in hot tar and HIV. Screw every last one of these shit guzzling savages. Nothing good comes out of that used colostomy bag of as country. It’s time we just end them. The world has a shortage of glass parking lots.

Featured photo courtesy of: David on Flickr; Some rights reserved CC2.0

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Marta Hernandez is an immigrant, writer, editor, science fiction fan (especially military sci-fi), and a lover of freedom, her children, her husband and her pets. She loves to shoot, and range time is sacred, as is her hiking obsession, especially if we’re talking the European Alps. She is an avid caffeine and TWD addict, and wants to own otters, sloths, wallabies, koalas, and wombats when she grows up.

12 Comments
  • Lloyd says:

    This testifies to the stupidity of our spending American dollars on foreign aid, particularly aid to our enemies. Will this end soon? NO…Too many people in high places making money from ill-advised actions. Can anyone here explain to me why we….with our staggering national debt…should be aiding anyone other than good old Americans…???

  • Joe R. says:

    It’s taqiyya. Can’t make them miss ya, till they miss ya. Pack’ashitstain is going to get weaned through our support of India.

  • 370H55V says:

    Trump, Modi, Bolsonaro, and Orban forever!

  • Bill S says:

    Hey, Pakistan has been a known entity for years. As 8nsane as they are, we are more so for funding this idiocy!

    Thanks for this reminder. Stay well.

  • A. Human says:

    Pakistan is also responsible for supporting the Taliban and for much of the terrorist activity in Afghanistan. If Pakistan were to go away, 60% of that area’s Jihad and terror problems would go away

  • Scott says:

    I don’t know Marta, I think that we should, for a single year, give them the full $300 million, and just like obama did for Iran, it should be delivered on pallets from cargo aircraft…

    Did I mention that it should be in the form of as many MOABs as that money would buy??

  • GWB says:

    In 2018, Pakistan received more than $437 million in US aid to rebuild its infrastructure, shore up its educational system, and humanitarian and military aid.
    Whereas, I would have begun, sometime after the Taliban went and hid there, carpet bombing the country from the sea to the “border” of Kashmir. As well as a search and destroy for those nukes.

    while allowing militant groups to operate within its borders
    More importantly, allowing “militant groups” * to operate over its borders, as they regularly allow refuge for terrorists (the ones they like, anyway) who operate in Kashmir and Afghanistan. AND we knew this in ~2002.
    (* Yeah, “militant groups” is a nice euphemism for terrorists and warlords desiring conquest.)
    (Oh, and we obviously learned NOTHING from the Vietnam War. Can you say Cambodia? Can you say Laos?)

    Let India bomb the fuck out of them until there’s nothing left.
    And, sadly, none of this will ever happen. Because we are certain they have a handful of nukes. And nukes are the ultimate trump card in foreign policy. So, we have to play a game with them, lest those nukes find their way to a different enemy or directly to our shores.
    I disagree with that, but you seemingly won’t ever convince ANY high-ranking military person or any foreign service people of the wrongness of that policy.

    with a cactus dipped in hot tar and HIV
    The hot tar will kill the virus, Marta. You’ll either have to use a lukewarm cactus, or find another source of future pathology.

  • Taylor says:

    Obama just loved Pock-ee-stahn.

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