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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:35 pm

some talk of sanctions on isi / military elements. cooperation is painfully slow.

supporting secular elite ( love affair ) may be too costly at expense of American

and regional security. I will assume nuclear articles are in the hands of

unfriendlys in Pakistan. if , there was complicity of isi in protecting bin laden.

and radical organizations . we need an major rethink. what do we value ?

attempt to purge collaborating upper echelon. divide and reward.

if you make demands have consequences for actions.

review military cooperation - bases in area. ( adjust.)

supporting secular elite has not proven effective . ( metrics)

isi and military must choose sides . they can't play double game.

drone attacks will further justification for terrorist support and protection

and offensive operations.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:44 pm

insulting Pakistan with bribes and blood money may get the job done.

saeed and others openly operating in pak is outrageous. make formal

request for arrest and extradition.

control diligently , airspace around pak.

secular elite will do anything to stay in power. right ?

have we tried bribing everyone ? :twisted:
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Postby ricardo » Sat May 12, 2012 3:13 pm

worst enemy of radicalism is development not bombs. aggressive development.

not necessarily, ...historically tainted , politically associated NGOS.

tolerance begins in a environment of the workforce development.

extensive supervision of programs , goods and services, build nation to nation

confidence. NGOS may be a outdated method of human development.

what else is there. ?
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