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Nawaz Sharif makes childish statements supporting Taliban and blaming ‘foreign hand’

nawaz-sharifThe statement that since Taliban have not claimed responsibility for one out of perhaps a hundred bomb blasts, one would be compelled to think that  “foreign hand” is at work is comical and childish. There is nothing more to say here, clearly Pakistan is ruled by children who have Taliban bias and no grown up reasoning ability.

If indeed there was a case to be made for a “foreign hand” can we see some grown up evidence that points in that direction?  Even a cooked up intelligence document from the Taliban friendly ISI.
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LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that external forces are involved in the terrorism campaign inside Pakistan and far from being a sponsor, Pakistan was actually a victim of foreign-funded well-organised wave of terrorism.

Reluctant to condemn the Taliban and other Jihadi terrorist groups, Nawaz Sharif said the Taliban had announced that they were not behind the attack in Peshawar’s Qissa Khawani Bazaar.

“When the Taliban disown the attacks, the mind is naturally compelled to think that there are external forces at work to destabilize Pakistan. We need to find out who these hidden hands are and who is behind them,” said Sharif highlighting Pakistan’s long-held suspicions that India and several other players may be funding groups active inside Pakistan against Pakistan’s national interests.

Pakistan believes that India is involved in direct and indirect funding of several separatist and religious groups operating in Pakistan. It was clear from Nawaz Sharif’s interaction in London that he prefers avoiding a confrontation with the Taliban and other Jihadi terror groups at this stage.

Nawaz Sharif said that he had raised with Manmohan Singh the issue of Balochistan, where Pakistan suspects an Indian hand behind the Baloch militants.When asked by The News about his reaction on how the Taliban have continuously attacked to show their disregard for the “peace talks” offer by the All Parties Conference, Nawaz Sharif said that he will devise a strategy once he is back in Pakistan.

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http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-120561-Nawaz-blames-outsiders-for-terror

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  • If external elements are involved, and if the all-powerful army is unable to identify them, then can they at least identify those who make apologetic and appeasing statements in favor of terrorists whenever they strike? Does the state have courage to interrogate those who speak in favor of the terrorists, and put them behind bars for the crime of working with foreign elements? Does anyone have any doubt that if the state interrogates internal supporters of taliban, then we will be able to apprehend these “foreign elements”! But unfortunately the state does not have the will and it is again playing a double and dirty game.

    And even if there are foreign elements involved, whose responsibility is it to stop their involvement? Is it the responsibility of the masses to identify and capture them? Are these foreign elements stronger than the state and its all-powerful but apologetic army, as these so-called foreign elements have the ability to strike whenever and wherever they want right in front of the watchful eyes of omnipresent army?

    You can’t run away from your responsibilities in any case. So these statements have no weightage whatsoever.

  • One other very important question I want to ask – Has the pious taliban ever try to capture those who bring bad name to their holy cause? Our state should bite the bullet and become an ally of the “pious taliban” and their supporters in media, judiciary, and army to identify and capture those “foreign elements” and avail a golden chance to rid the country of all foreign elements! Maybe we can all agree on this one point. Whosoever disagrees with this proposition can automatically be considered a “foreign element”.

  • Nawaz Sharif & Company per hansi ati hy kis tarah k bachgana biyanat dety haain in ko shrm nahi ati, buzdil insan hy talban ki aik dhmki say mout ki saza moakhar ker di, pehli hi pata tha k in k hakomat mai anay say raha saha Pakistan bhi khatm ho jaay ga “Inalilah e wa inna ilehe rajeoon”

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