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28 December 2007
Bhutto slaying brings out the best in webmongery
Yesterday's tragic killing of Benazir Bhutto has brought out the best in the world of webmongery. They screamed, they howled - and no bugger did anything but roll their eyes at them. My favourite load of old wank came from Gimlet Kamm, who argued that her murder should not be used as an excuse to encourage "our indulgence" of Pakistan's military ruler any further.

OK, Gimlet, what's the plan? Let's say that Dictator Musharraf does cancel the elections - what will happen? Nothing will happen, that what. Nothing will happen because nothing can happen. Pakistan is too big and too well armed to invade.

The Pakistanis will sort out this mess on their own.
8 Comments:

Pakistan hasn't got a military ruler, you fuckwit. He's not a general anymore and there's no state of emergency.

28 December 2007 at 13:41  

Another one of Gimlet's creatures has arrived. They roll up whenever I mention the short-arsed little fucker - I find it a delight.

So the fact that Musharraf resigned his commission the other day means what exactly? That he does not rule via the army? That his position is somehow legitimised?

I really do think that Gimlet needs to find better creatures.

28 December 2007 at 16:26  

Oh, and you had better take up the argument that Musharraf isn't a military dictator with Gimlet, creature, since he says that he is.

I dunno - poor old Gimlet - can't even find a decent creature these days.

28 December 2007 at 16:37  

Depressing, but accurate. I am under the impression that Musharraf retains enough clout for a military coup should the elections not go his way. If he holds them at all.

28 December 2007 at 21:30  

You may be right, but the whole thrust of this little post was to simply say that there is nothing that the UK can do about it.

28 December 2007 at 23:43  

Benazir Bhutto was hope in the face of peaceful change in Pakistan, of General Pervez Musharaf.

For Islamic radicals there is no room for democracy, mercy, or the mid-term and once again was thus a suicide bomb ended the life of Bhutto (for 54 years) and those that accompanied by launching the country into confusion .

Dum side is the military dictator and the other, the roots of Al Qaeda.
The choice is difficult…
Is the killer bomb has gone to paradise?
Will there be 70 virgins waiting for you?
In XXI century full cost me to believe that people are going well educated, the meeting of death.

For bin Laden, the control of Pakistan becomes essential, more than the control of Afghanistan. Managing Pakistan, Al Qaeda will be with the control of a major armies of the world and lay the hands on nuclear weapons, then yes, the Game-level rise.

USA becomes loser the game…

Pakistan, Afganistão, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Indonesia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, are many faces of the same coin.

Some talk on clash of civilizations, one thousand years later, the varnish burn, between the north and south, between the West and the East, between Islam and the rest of the world and there is a global terrorism, which dreams with a worldwide caliphate and with its capital in London.

We never forgot the Islamic Al-Andalusian and the Al-garbe (Spain and Portugal), because for them, these lands (our lands) are lands of Islam.

Are you Remember Atocha, Madrid, Spain?

Text - Mario Nunes
http://kafekultura.blogspot.com

29 December 2007 at 22:03  

There isn't a clash of civilisations. When they come up with one, we'll see if we want to clash with it, which we probably won't.

Quite right that there's nothing the UK or the neocons can do about it, except make sure no-one complains when Musharraf plus any permutation from UK/US/India/Israel takes out the North-West Frontier Province with heavy ordnance, which can't come too soon. Yes, the Pakistanis may well sort out this mess on their own. They don't need these people, and nor does anyone else.

30 December 2007 at 18:08  

Quite right that there's nothing the UK or the neocons can do about it

Of course we can do something about it. We can sit back, pour ourselves a whisky, and enjoy it. Let's hope 2008 sees the rest of the Muslim world embroiled in insane civil wars and the rational segment of the world getting a well-earned breather from these nutcases.

4 January 2008 at 19:02  

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