Do you support an invasion of Pakistan?

What is becoming apparent to many as one intended outcome of the official narrative of Osama Bin Laden’s death, is the basis to invade Pakistan to hunt down “Al-Qaeda” cells there. The Musharaff government has allegedly helped facilitate OBL and we must get rid of him and set up US bases in Pakistan. Do you support an invasion? What if an Al-Qaeda revenge attack is connected to Pakistan? It appears that CIA contractor Raymond Allen Davis provided dirty bomb material to Al-Qaeda members in Waziristan for just such a retaliatory strike.

What can the government do to put you into a brand new war today?

Answer #1

No I do not support and invasion of Pakistan. Pakistan may have been less vigilant than they could have been in tackling unlawful “terrorism”, ….. . ….. but I don’t believe that they have done anything half as bad as some other countries that seem to consider themselves above and beyond the recognized international laws such as the Geneva Convention and Internationally agreed standardsof Human Rights. . I would be more likely to support an armed invasion of a country that takes it upon itself to invade other countries at the drop of a hat on the pretext of any and every misdemeanor that they see fit to object to, without even bothering to obtain the unequivocal support of the international community of United Nations. .

– Best wishes - Majikthise. .

Answer #2

Sounds like you’re describing a country I am familiar with.

Answer #3

. Well, there are (at least) two that I was intending to describe, and I am familiar with them both. .

Answer #4

I am all for the invasion of Pakistan. It is amazing to read how the most wanted man was literally living under the noses of the Pakistan military training facility without being detected. The critical aspect of the USA government not telling the Pakistan government they were going into this raid to take out Osama, clearly illustrates how Pakistan as a nation cannot be trusted. It would be fair for the British and USA governments to ask Pakistan officials if they know anything about these sleeping cells. Both countries have been more then generous, pumping millions of dollars into Pakistan, so I think the Pakistan government has a moral duty to work closely with US and their allies to stomp out Al-Qaeda” cells there, if not, both the USA and British government should redraw any financial fund and aids to Pakistan.

Answer #5

Maybe we’re being too cryptic here… Israel, U.S.? …the latter being my original insinuation… familiar meaning being a resident of… not in the biblical sense… though I do receive a good reaming from time to time.

Answer #6

I just think we need a lot more evidence than we have… which is all hearsay. I am afraid that we are being positioned to support an attack… and without requiring substantial details… we will be thrust into another war on a strategy of warfare[terror] that is impossible to conquer… when we are facing austerity measures at home.

Answer #7

Oh please, like any of this is new. The connection of both Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to all of this is old news. There’s nothing short of a declaration of war from either country (or either country falling into worse hands) that will lead the U.S. to attack. Or they’d have already have attacked. Both countries are extremely important strategically, and Pakistan does have nuclear weapons. And I’m sure the U.S. has plenty of evidence showing all of this.

Answer #8

Like any of what is new? Bin Laden’s death… then I agree… but I doubt this is what you mean. That there is talk of an invasion? I am hearing this daily on mainstream news sites. The US is already using drones to attack Pakistan. Strategic in what capacity? Not for me… this is the gist of my question. I’m sure the US can concoct whatever evidence they wish to win over public support for their wars. Remeber the Nigerian yellow cake incident?

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