Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Paki Government blames 'Jews and Hindus' for terrorism

I came across this story about a week ago but I haven't seen anyone in the blogosphere pick up on it yet.

So anyways, here's the scoop. Our duplicitious 'ally' the Pakistanis have revealed their strategy to deal with all those 'militants' inside their miserable excuse for a country. And what's their brilliant idea?

Blame it all on the JOOOOOZ and the evil scheming Hindus!!

Pakistani pamphlets link militants to Hindus, Jews

TANK, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan's military airdropped pamphlets this week over towns in restive tribal regions near the Afghan border urging tribesmen to shun "foreign terrorists", saying they were part of a Hindu and Jewish plot.

The pamphlets were dropped over Wana, the main town in South Waziristan, and Miranshah in North Waziristan as part of a campaign to win support among tribesmen who have shown sympathy for both Taliban and remnants of al Qaeda living among them.

A Reuters reporter in Tank, a town close to the boundary with the semi-autonomous tribal agency of South Waziristan, obtained one of the pamphlets, bearing the sign-off "Well Wishers, Pakistan's Armed Forces".

Titled "Warning", the pamphlets said the foreign militants were fighting against Pakistan in connivance with "Jews and Hindus", a term that would play on traditional prejudices among the region's Muslim conservatives.
Sure, just get all those 'foreign militants' out, and all those, ahem, peaceful Pakis will go back to their non-violent ways.

Caught with their proverbial fly unzipped, the Paki taqiyya began fast and furious. "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!"
Military spokesman Major-General Shaukat Sultan said he could not confirm that pamphlets were sponsored by the military, although residents say they saw military aircraft scattering the pamphlets over their neighborhoods.
Honest! Wasn't our planes! Surely, it was Jewish/Zionist planes of the ZOG Air Force painted to look like Paki planes!
The allusion to Hindus and Jews, otherwise, appears at odds with the trend in Pakistani foreign policy.
Oh really? Is that what al-Reuters' crack analysts have to say? Hey al-Reuters, you wouldn't have considered this whole incident to be a freudian-style slip that shows the Pakis' true colors, right? Certainly not.

With 'friends' like the Pakis, who needs enemies?

4 comments:

Mark said...

Who else would they blame?

Pastorius said...

With journalists like al-Reuters, who needs Goebbels?

George Mason said...

Man, man, talk about psychological projection. How convenient--to blame races known for their accomplishments and exceptionally high intellects by people known as goat f____rs. It is reminiscent of the glorious days of the 1960s and 1970s, when Americans of similar mental capacities acted like out-of-control psychotics in a locked-down ward, in total discontrol against police and all authority figures--and, these bums called the good guys WHAT? "Pigs!"

friendlysaviour said...

Mr. Mason, ..Poor goats!