Archive for the ‘PROPAGANDA’ Category

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Wikileaks: A Tool of Psy Warfare

December 7, 2010

The Wikileaks revelations confirm the obvious, more than what it informs us about the darker corners of ‘US diplomacy, cloaked in securitocracy.’ In fact, it is Cyber War, in the new game of psy-warfare, targeting individuals and countries, to cover-up the shame of defeat of war on Afghanistan, war on Iraq and 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon. The cyber war has been launched, impacting public opinion globally, and focusing on three objectives mainly:

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Why CIA drones never target Baitullah or any other Anti-Pakistan militia

October 29, 2010

Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan [TTP] is a Terrorist Organization

Why CIA drones never target Baitullah or any other Anti-Pakistan militia that is committing terrorism against Islamabad.

The US is not used to hearing an earful in Islamabad. It usually hands over lists to the leaders. When they do not comply, they are threatened with “we will bomb you to the stone ages” (Musharraf), or “we will make a horrible example of you (Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto), or “we will eliminate you if you do not let us bomb Iran(Liaqat Ali Khan) or “how dare you shut down the US base in Badabare (AyubKhan). Some world and Pakistani leaders who tried to go against the grain paid with their lives.

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Japan’s Doublespeak Pakistan’s Nuclear Program

October 28, 2010

BY SHIREEN M. MAZARI |

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—Non-proliferation has over time become increasingly discriminatory and a vehicle for the powerful to pressurize states they consider “unreliable”, and the fact that these targeted states happen to be primarily Muslim states, with the sole exception of North Korea, reflects a further bias within the developed world. In fact, the accommodating manner in which the US has treated North Korea’s open defiance of the NPT in contrast to the treatment meted out to Iran which has stayed within its NPT obligations and continuously reiterated its abhorrence of nuclear weapons, only bolsters the perception that Muslim states are being targeted by the US and its allies on multiple fronts, especially post-9/11. The Indo-US nuclear deal, and the repercussions of it within the IAEA and Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG), has brought all these contradictions and dualities out into the open.

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Pakistan Rubbishes Report on Death of British Militant

October 9, 2010

MIRAMSHAH: Pakistani security officials Thursday rejected a report claiming that a British-origin Pakistani militant tasked with attacks in Europe died in a US drone strike last month.

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Israel behind fake Bin Laden tapes concerning Pakistan Floods?

October 7, 2010

By Maidhc O Cathail

If we are to believe the Associated Press, that demmed elusive Osama bin Laden has spoken again.


According to the world’s oldest and largest newsgathering organization, the fugitive al-Qaeda leader, who some intelligence experts believe has been dead since December 2001, has just released an audiotape in which he calls for the creation of a new relief body to help Muslims affected by this summer’s devastating floods in Pakistan. Bin Laden, AP suggests, is “seeking to exploit discontent … by depicting the region’s governments as uncaring.”
Seemingly unfazed by news of the CIA’s 3,000-strong Counterterrorism Pursuit Teams hot on its trail, al-Qaeda, according to the AP report, has in recent weeks put out three messages, including the one featuring bin Laden, concerning the massive floods that affected around 20 million people in Pakistan, “signaling a concentrated campaign by the terror group to tap into anger over the flooding to rally support.”

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While US talks peace with Taliban, it wants Pakistan to make war on them

October 7, 2010

It is comical that while the US in engaging the Afghan National Resistance (HIkmatyar, Haqqanis, taliban etc) in Afghanistan, it is trying to force the Pakistanis into taking violent action against them. The US also has made its intention to withdraw known to the world–why does it want to push Pakistan into the inferno of perpetual warfare with the same groups that Washington is negotiating with.

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NATO Apology not enough: Pakistan seeks compensation for murder of soldiers

October 4, 2010

NATO Apology not enough: Pakistan seeks compensation for murder of soldiers

ISLAMABAD – NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan has apologised over its Thursday’s cross-border helicopters attack that killed three Pakistani soldiers and injured three others.

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