Comments on: General Kayani in Washington; Pakistan’s most powerful man Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: Divu Thu, 25 Mar 2010 14:23:23 +0000 What kinda strategic talk was that ???
It was all about pakistan want that pak want this..
but nothing about what US or the region or the world wants from pakistan !!!!
I would simply put this as a strategic begging.

If India has to follow the so called good politics of world oldest democracy which bans bussines with Iran and N.Korea coz they are trying to gain nuclear access..India should freeze all american money in India and should not allow any american goods including nuclear reactors to be sold in India.coz part of money americans gain from india will be given to pak which in turn will go to fund jihad.

By: RajeevK Wed, 24 Mar 2010 15:52:00 +0000 I agree with Divu.

The USA should start taking some accountability for allowing PA to insult democracy the way it is happening. Whether it is not in US hands or not, they are partners in crime.

By: Divu Wed, 24 Mar 2010 13:02:18 +0000 Sensing problem there could be to sell their nuclear reactors in India, US is playing a dangerous game of initiating nuclear talks with pakistan, which India will oppose and will be pushed to accept US nuclear reactors with ridiculous clauses…this will do nothing but further make a deeper dent into american reputation..
The confused americans strategy is quite clear..not just with this nuclear talks with pakistan but the intention is same behind giving pakistan more F-16s

By: KPSingh01 Tue, 23 Mar 2010 19:39:16 +0000 Kayani is in the US to shop for Drones and advanced weapons. The clown from the civil government is there to negotiate nuclear deal similar to the US-India deal. Who gets what will determine who has the clout in Pakistan. To run drones they will need advanced satellite technology and they do not have the capability. I guess they will drop their Mujahideen off their drones wherever they want. Or they’ll take it to China to get them to send a satellite for them. In return China will get to reverse engineer the drone technology. Americans will never learn. The worst mistake they have made is being too benevolent to Pakistan and it has brought them to this war. And they have not realized the mistake they are making.

By: RajeevK Tue, 23 Mar 2010 19:19:57 +0000 Look at Kayani at the Catwalk!

Look at the smile on his face. Does he not know he is part of the joke that a military leader is representing a “democratic” nation.

@So much for democracy.”
–YES, have we not heard Pakistanis saying Oh! India should avail the opportunity because Pakistan has an elected govt and is a democracy. Crap. Each single critical decision is made by PA.

Nothing justifies this TAMASHA.

@Just to be clear, there is no talk of a military coup. And nor is Kayani a new military dictator in the making he is said to be far more collegiate and far more dependent on the goodwill of his Corps Commanders than his predecessor.”

–Thanks for clearing the doubts. This clear case of PA running democratic Pak is confusing the hell out of the world. In fact a coup is a better option.

What a joke!

By: KPSingh01 Mon, 22 Mar 2010 13:45:17 +0000 Pakistan is three nations in one – the Military, the Elite who run the corrupt politics and the Jihadi militant groups. The common public are driven around by all the three groups. Out of the three, the military holds the real power because it has international recognition and weapons. The other two are at the mercy of the military. The Jihadi groups have become a division of the military itself for running proxy wars. War on terror has pushed these Jihadi groups and the military to face each other. Most have managed to duck under the table except for groups like TTP. The Americans are too much in a hurry. Everything is a show and publicity stunt for them. They really are not interested in resolving anything. They just like their ratings stay high with their media covering victory marches. Look at their health care euphoria being beamed everywhere. So they go to bed with anyone who can offer them quick results or things that look like results. As soon as the ceremonial gesticulations are completed, they get busy writing books, giving interviews and getting rich. Look at the number of “experts” on Afghanistan there. So far Pakistan’s military seems to be the only institution that offers any path towards that quick resolution to the conflicts created and “solved” by the Americans. Kayani will be there shopping for more equipment and money. Once the Americans get out, it will be back to normal days in this region. Kayani will retire and will be replaced by another general who might decide to run the country himself. And then the drama will start all over again.

By: AbdulAzizAnis Mon, 22 Mar 2010 12:12:55 +0000 When politicians are too busy making money or too indifferent to care about the average ‘abdul’ in the street, it is no surprise that the army will step in to manage and handle the situation. Do they really have a choice is the question? The answer is No!