eCharcha.Com   Support eCharcha.Com. Click on sponsor ad to shop online!

Advertise Here

Go Back   eCharcha.Com > Current Affairs > Defense

Notices

Defense Defense and national security...

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #31  
Old December 26th, 2016, 04:50 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Talking Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Pakistan calls Donald Trump ‘ignorant’ after Bin Laden comments

By Tim Craig May 2


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Sunday, May 1, 2016, in Fort Wayne, Ind. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

The U.S. presidential election has finally made it to Pakistan, where a top leader issued a blistering statement Monday accusing GOP front-runner Donald Trump of being “ignorant” for demanding the release of a doctor who helped the CIA hunt down Osama bin Laden in 2011.

In a statement, Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudry Nisar Ali Khan said “the government of Pakistan and not Mr. Donald Trump” will decide the fate of Shakeel Afridi, who has been held in a Pakistani prison for five years after he worked with the CIA to pinpoint bin Laden’s hideout.

Khan was referring to comments Trump made Friday on Fox News. In that interview, Trump said if elected president he would use the weight of the presidency to force Pakistan to free Afridi, who remains held on vague charges.

"I think I would get him out in two minutes," Trump said. "I would tell them, 'let him out,' and I'm sure they would let him out."

Khan responded that Afridi is a “Pakistani citizen, and nobody” including a President Trump “has the right to dictate to us about his future.”

“Pakistan is not a colony of the United States of America,” Khan said. “He should learn to treat sovereign nations with respect.”


Pakistan's Interior Minister Chaudry Nisar Ali Khan addresses a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, April 13, 2016. (B.K. Bangash/AP)

Despite considerable tension following the U.S. military raid that killed bin Laden, relations between Pakistan and U.S. leaders have generally been on the upswing. It’s also rare for Pakistan’s government to wade into American politics, but it’s clear that Trump has touched a nerve in Islamabad.

Khan’s statement was unusually pointed, even suggesting that the United States has not given Pakistan enough foreign aid for its role in fighting terrorism. Since 2001, the Pentagon has reimbursed the Pakistani military $13 billion for its counterterrorism efforts. When he was in the Senate, Secretary of State John F. Kerry also helped appropriate several billion dollars in humanitarian aid.

[Pakistani leaders knew Osama bin Laden was in Pakistan, says former defense minister]

But Khan said the “peanuts" that the United States has given Pakistan "should not be used to threaten or browbeat” the country “into following Mr. Trump’s misguided vision of foreign policy.”

“Pakistan is a country which has suffered much, and the cost it had to pay in supporting the U.S. over the years has been mind-boggling,” Khan said. “Mr. Trump’s statement only serves to show not only his insensitivity, but also his ignorance about Pakistan.”

In many ways, Khan’s statement appeared to be a preemptive strike against one of the central tenets of Trump’s apparent foreign policy. On the campaign trail, Trump has been rallying his supporters by warning he will use the threat of reduced foreign aid or American investment to force policy changes or, in the case of Mexico, build a border wall.

Such a stance could hit Pakistan particularly hard considering past diplomatic tussles between Washington and Islamabad over issues ranging from Afridi’s case to questions about whether Pakistan is a friend or foe in the war in neighboring Afghanistan. In his interview on Fox, Trump also said he would keep U.S. troops in Afghanistan so they could keep close watch on Pakistan's nuclear weapons.

Khan’s statement also comes as frustration is building within the Pakistani military over objections in Congress to the sale of eight new F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.

More than anything, Khan’s tough words toward Trump apparently reflect a widely held view in Pakistan that U.S. voters are highly unlikely to make Donald Trump the next U.S. commander in chief.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.2f649bb9aa54

Your warning starts now next time you will be banned

Last edited by swami; December 26th, 2016 at 04:56 AM. Reason: deleted big pictures
Reply With Quote
  #32  
Old December 26th, 2016, 05:05 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Talking Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Pakistan is not a US colony, Trump told

IANS

IANS ISLAMABAD MAY 03, 2016 12:07 IST
UPDATED: MAY 03, 2016 15:50 IST

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has this time landed in a controversy by claiming that he can get Dr. Shakil Afridi freed from jail within two minutes.

Pakistan Interior Minister has slammed Republican candidate Donald Trump's remarks about release of CIA doctor

Pakistan has condemned US Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s remark that he would ensure Pakistani physician Shakil Afridi, who has helped the US kill Osama bin Laden, is freed from jail within two minutes.

Dr. Afridi, who is known in Pakistan as a CIA doctor and has been described as a hero in the US, is serving a 33-year-long imprisonment for treason.

Mr. Trump on Monday in an interview with Fox news said: “I think I would get him out in two minutes. I would tell them (Pakistan) let him out and I’m sure they would let him out.”


Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Monday said Dr. Afridi’s fate will be decided by Islamabad and not by Mr. Trump even if he becomes the US president.

“Shakil Afridi is a Pakistani citizen and nobody else has the right to dictate us about his future,” Mr. Khan said.

Mr. Khan said it was not only about Dr. Afridi but Mr. Trump’s perception and comments about Pakistan were highly misplaced and unwarranted.

“Contrary to Trump’s misconception, Pakistan is not a colony of the US. He should learn to treat sovereign countries with respect. Trump seems to be ignorant, historically, of the huge sacrifices Pakistan have made in standing with or supporting US policies over the years.”

Mr. Trump also said he plans to leverage US aid “because we give a lot of aid to Pakistan. We give a lot of money to Pakistan.”

Mr. Khan said the “peanuts” that the U.S. gave to Pakistan in return should not be used to threaten or browbeat the country into following Mr. Trump’s misguided vision of foreign policy.

Mr. Khan said the cost Pakistan had to pay in supporting US over the years was mind-boggling.

Mr. Trump’s statement shows not only his insensitivity but also his ignorance about Pakistan, he said.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/interna...cle8551176.ece
Reply With Quote
  #33  
Old December 27th, 2016, 07:10 AM
sarv_shaktimaan's Avatar
sarv_shaktimaan sarv_shaktimaan is offline
Moderator
 
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: satva aasmaan
Posts: 13,756
sarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond repute
Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Stupid Pakistan .. full of morons.

Reply With Quote
  #34  
Old December 29th, 2016, 12:52 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Question Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by sarv_shaktimaan View Post
Stupid Pakistan .. full of morons.

Kuchh samajh mein nahi aya. Kisne kissey kya bola? Aur kis bare mein?
Reply With Quote
  #35  
Old December 29th, 2016, 07:23 AM
sarv_shaktimaan's Avatar
sarv_shaktimaan sarv_shaktimaan is offline
Moderator
 
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: satva aasmaan
Posts: 13,756
sarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond reputesarv_shaktimaan has a reputation beyond repute
Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Amogh View Post
Kuchh samajh mein nahi aya. Kisne kissey kya bola? Aur kis bare mein?
I don't have time or patience to explain something so obviously stated in about 140 characters.
Reply With Quote
  #36  
Old Yesterday, 08:00 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Arrow Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Amogh View Post
More importantly, here's why CIA, Mossad and probably MI6 would allow Indians to use their names to serve the interest of Indians. It is because America has a stake in India's economy. Remember Westerners have one weakness. They always want someone to work for them like donkeys. You must know too well. You have American superiors.

RAW is likely to ensure that US economy is coupled to that of India's in such a way that Americans have a stake in India's military security.
USA's counter-intelligence has come up with a plan to neutralize RAW's plan. It is to couple USA's economy with that of China's instead of India's so that USA has no stake in India's security.

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma says the US wasted trillions on warfare instead of investing in infrastructure

Jay Yarow | @jyarow
Wednesday, 18 Jan 2017 | 2:07 PM ET



Alibaba founder Jack Ma fired a shot at the United States in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Ma was asked by CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin about the U.S. economy in relation to China, since President-elect Donald Trump has been talking about imposing new tariffs on Chinese imports.


Ma says blaming China for any economic issues in the U.S. is misguided. If America is looking to blame anyone, Ma said, it should blame itself.


"It's not that other countries steal jobs from you guys," Ma said. "It's your strategy. Distribute the money and things in a proper way."

He said the U.S. has wasted over $14 trillion in fighting wars over the past 30 years rather than investing in infrastructure at home.

To be sure, Ma is not the only critic of the costly U.S. policies of waging war against terrorism and other enemies outside the homeland. Still, Ma said this was the reason America's economic growth had weakened, not China's supposed theft of jobs.

In fact, Ma called outsourcing a "wonderful" and "perfect" strategy.

"The American multinational companies made millions and millions of dollars from globalization," Ma said. "The past 30 years, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, they've made tens of millions — the profits they've made are much more than the four Chinese banks put together. ... But where did the money go?"

He said the U.S. is not distributing, or investing, its money properly, and that's why many people in the country feel wracked with economic anxiety. He said too much money flows to Wall Street and Silicon Valley. Instead, the country should be helping the Midwest, and Americans "not good in schooling," too.

"You're supposed to spend money on your own people," Ma said. "Not everybody can pass Harvard, like me." In a previous interview, Ma said he had been rejected by Harvard 10 times.

Along those lines, Ma stressed that globalization is a good thing, but it, too, "should be inclusive," with the spoils not just going to the wealthy few.

"The world needs new leadership, but the new leadership is about working together," Ma said. "As a business person, I want the world to share the prosperity together."

— CNBC's Anita Balakrishnan contributed to this report.

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/01/18/chine...structure.html

Last edited by Amogh; Yesterday at 08:05 AM.
Reply With Quote
  #37  
Old Yesterday, 08:06 AM
sgars's Avatar
sgars sgars is offline
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Mid West
Posts: 6,680
sgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond reputesgars has a reputation beyond repute
Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Amogh View Post
"The American multinational companies made millions and millions of dollars from globalization," Ma said. "The past 30 years, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, they've made tens of millions — the profits they've made are much more than the four Chinese banks put together. ... But where did the money go?"

He said the U.S. is not distributing, or investing, its money properly, and that's why many people in the country feel wracked with economic anxiety. He said too much money flows to Wall Street and Silicon Valley. Instead, the country should be helping the Midwest, and Americans "not good in schooling," too.

"You're supposed to spend money on your own people," Ma said. "Not everybody can pass Harvard, like me." In a previous interview, Ma said he had been rejected by Harvard 10 times.
Sounds like trump innaugration speech
__________________
This is quite a game, politics. There are no permanent enemies, and no permanent friends,only permanent interests. - Some Firang
Reply With Quote
  #38  
Old Yesterday, 08:41 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Question Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by sgars View Post
Sounds like trump innaugration speech
Okay but is anybody here following the game?
Reply With Quote
  #39  
Old Yesterday, 09:02 AM
Amogh Amogh is offline
Junior eCharchan
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 57
Amogh is on a distinguished road
Arrow Re: A Brilliant Strategy To Attack Pakistan!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Amogh View Post
More importantly, here's why CIA, Mossad and probably MI6 would allow Indians to use their names to serve the interest of Indians. It is because America has a stake in India's economy. Remember Westerners have one weakness. They always want someone to work for them like donkeys. You must know too well. You have American superiors.

RAW is likely to ensure that US economy is coupled to that of India's in such a way that Americans have a stake in India's military security.
USA's counter-intelligence has come up with a plan to neutralize RAW's plan. It is to couple USA's economy with that of China's instead of India's so that USA has no stake in India's security.

Alibaba's Jack Ma Isn't The Only China Billionaire That Says U.S. Has Wasted Its Wealth

Russell Flannery , FORBES STAFF
JAN 22, 2017 @ 08:17 AM

Jack Ma, the billionaire chairman of China e-commerce leader Alibaba Group, made waves in Davos this week when he criticized the U.S. for spending $14.2 trillion in the past 30 years on 13 overseas wars instead of putting part of those funds into America’s own infrastructure.

It turns out Ma isn’t the only prominent Chinese billionaire who believes that. Zong Qinghou, the chairman of beverage maker Wahaha and formerly China’s richest man, said in an interview with Forbes China on Saturday that he agrees with Ma’s argument.

Zong went on to say countries that once had the money to pay for military cooperation with the U.S. are today finding it harder to come up with resources. The U.S., as one of the world’s largest countries, should work to maintain economic development and global peace, he added.

Zong’s remarks were tame compared with Ma’s on U.S. war spending. “You’re supposed to spend money on your own people, right?” asked Ma. “We should spend money on those people who are not good at schooling,” said Alibaba’s chairman, wading into a hot-button topic.

The U.S., he continued, hasn’t distributed the profits earned from globalization “in a proper way.” Ma was also critical of the role of Wall Street in bringing about the world financial crisis in 2008.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/russellf.../#510a58841b02
Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks


Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Win-Win or Win-Lose? What strategy should India adopt with respect to Pakistan? Origmos SoapBox 4 December 20th, 2014 09:11 AM
Time to attack Pakistan (?) echarcha Taaza Khabar - Current news 43 February 3rd, 2004 07:27 AM
Can't India attack Pakistan now.... Rahul Taaza Khabar - Current news 27 December 6th, 2001 11:51 AM
American Attack Strategy vyomkeshsaxena Defense 0 September 18th, 2001 02:43 AM


All times are GMT -7. The time now is 05:36 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.2
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Site Copyright © eCharcha.Com 2000-2012.