The American journalist Seymour Hersh once noted:
"I flew to New Delhi after my stay in Pakistan and met with two senior officials from the Research and Analysis Wing, India's national intelligence agency. (Of course, as in Pakistan, no allegation about the other side should be taken at face value.)
"Our worries are about the nuclear weapons in Pakistan," one of the officials said. "Not because we are worried about the mullahs taking over the country; we're worried about those senior officers in the Pakistan Army who are Caliphates" - believers in a fundamentalist pan-Islamic state.
"We know some of them and we have names," he said. "We've been watching colonels who are now brigadiers. These are the guys who could blackmail the whole world"-that is, by seizing a nuclear weapon... Some of the men we are watching have notions of leading an Islamic army." (Seymour Hersh, "Defending the Arsenal", The New Yorker, 16th November 2009)
The reality of our political elites can be summed up in the phrase "sell outs, traitors and stooges".
Their masters are foreign powers. When they criticise them, they blub all they have done to please them to the detriment of their own peoples... you couldn't make this stuff up.
In response to US President Trump's tirade against Pakistan in January 2018, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif through a series of tweets reminded the United States of the services Pakistan had rendered during the past several years, particularly in the war against terrorism."...We tried to please you on the cost of our economy, we provided tens of thousands of visas as a result of which the networks of Black Water spread across our country," he wrote in a tweet.
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They need to be removed and a new leadership with a different trajectory, one based on Islam, need to be appointed.
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