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(Yahoo)   Terror leader dares the US to come and get him, at a public press conference: "I will be in Lahore tomorrow. America can contact me whenever it wants to," US Special Forces: "Challenge accepted"   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 134
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2012-04-05 10:01:32 AM
Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.
 
2012-04-05 10:04:37 AM
For those non-Spanish speakers, Lahore means the Hore.
 
2012-04-05 10:08:22 AM

Walker: Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.


Your analysis is right, but it omits ones crucial fact: "Pakistan" is not a single entity when it comes to its relations with the US. The ISI, Pakistan's intelligence service, hates the US, created the Taliban, hid Bin Laden, and taught North Korea how to build nukes and want a hot war with India at all costs. They are opposed by the Pakistani military generally, and the Civilian government of the country, neither of whom is strong enough to move against them openly. Opposing all three factions are the fundamentalist domestic Muslim terrorists who are the ISI's own Frankenstein's monster as the are inspired by the Afghan Taliban, but unlike them aren't a puppet of the ISI. Once you throw in the armed clans of the mountainous border regions who hate EVERYBODY; thing get...complex
 
2012-04-05 10:22:44 AM

Walker: Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.


If we stop supporting their weak civilian government with money, what's to stop the ISI/Taliban from seizing control of the entire country, complete with nukes?
 
2012-04-05 10:39:35 AM
Incoming Predator strike in 5... 4...

/easier to just say "sorry" later
 
2012-04-05 10:48:06 AM

Magorn: Walker: Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.

Your analysis is right, but it omits ones crucial fact: "Pakistan" is not a single entity when it comes to its relations with the US. The ISI, Pakistan's intelligence service, hates the US, created the Taliban, hid Bin Laden, and taught North Korea how to build nukes and want a hot war with India at all costs. They are opposed by the Pakistani military generally, and the Civilian government of the country, neither of whom is strong enough to move against them openly. Opposing all three factions are the fundamentalist domestic Muslim terrorists who are the ISI's own Frankenstein's monster as the are inspired by the Afghan Taliban, but unlike them aren't a puppet of the ISI. Once you throw in the armed clans of the mountainous border regions who hate EVERYBODY; thing get...complex


Opposed by the Pakistani military generally? I don't think so, just from the fact that Bin Laden was living for years just a few hundred yards from a giant Pakistani military base. Also numerous high level terrorists have been found living on the same street and were neighbors with Pakistani Generals. Most of Pakistan - Civilians, Civilian government (I use that term loosely), the military, the armed clans, and the ISI hate us. They love our money though, so they try and play both sides of the card.

"Hey Taliban and Al-Qaeda, don't kill us, we like you and hate those infidel Americans"
"Hey US, don't kill us, we like you and hate that evil Taliban and Al-Qaeda"

And who's to say anti-American factions of the military and government haven't already slipped a nuke or nuclear material (for use as a dirty bomb) to the terrorists they work so closely with?
 
2012-04-05 01:01:22 PM
Sure seems to be a lot of the ol' img1.fark.net tag happening today.

Must be the Spring heat.
 
2012-04-05 01:02:44 PM
t2.gstatic.com
 
2012-04-05 01:03:59 PM
upload.wikimedia.org

See ya.
 
2012-04-05 01:04:17 PM
Just drone him. Avoids a lot of wasted tax-payer's money on paperwork.
 
2012-04-05 01:04:19 PM
10 million dead or alive you say?

Beats making soccer balls
 
2012-04-05 01:04:36 PM

Magorn: Walker: Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.

Your analysis is right, but it omits ones crucial fact: "Pakistan" is not a single entity when it comes to its relations with the US. The ISI, Pakistan's intelligence service, hates the US, created the Taliban, hid Bin Laden, and taught North Korea how to build nukes and want a hot war with India at all costs. They are opposed by the Pakistani military generally, and the Civilian government of the country, neither of whom is strong enough to move against them openly. Opposing all three factions are the fundamentalist domestic Muslim terrorists who are the ISI's own Frankenstein's monster as the are inspired by the Afghan Taliban, but unlike them aren't a puppet of the ISI. Once you throw in the armed clans of the mountainous border regions who hate EVERYBODY; thing get...complex


So basically, the ISI is the Obsidian Order, the military are the Central Command, and the Pashtuns are the Maquis?
 
2012-04-05 01:05:00 PM
From the comments section under that article:

"Any patriot american who has pork chops go bad take then to the mosques and deposit. that will send a message.......you are not welcomed here . put one in obamas golf bag and maybe he will stay in his office and work for the tax money we give him"
 
2012-04-05 01:05:54 PM
As long as India exists, Pakistan will support terrorism and shield these guys. They don't give a damn about anything else. That is why they let the Chinese take a look at the stealth copter after they recovered the wreck, because the Chinese have an ongoing border dispute with India as well. So long as the US counts India as an ally, we will be an enemy of Pakistan in the eyes of the ISI and many others. Their civilian government risks revolution daily by continuing to associate with us, and eventually will fall. Democracy won't work in a country where the intelligence community or the military has so much influence and independence.
 
2012-04-05 01:08:27 PM
So...if U.S. forces capture him, does that mean that he gets the $10 million bounty?
 
2012-04-05 01:08:58 PM
I hope he is NOT killed, but captured and put on trial.
 
2012-04-05 01:09:41 PM
I say arrest him and put him on trial in a court of law. Let the evidence convict him.

We need to show the terrorists how a country that respects international law behaves.



*snicker*
 
2012-04-05 01:10:52 PM

YixilTesiphon: Magorn: Walker: Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.

Your analysis is right, but it omits ones crucial fact: "Pakistan" is not a single entity when it comes to its relations with the US. The ISI, Pakistan's intelligence service, hates the US, created the Taliban, hid Bin Laden, and taught North Korea how to build nukes and want a hot war with India at all costs. They are opposed by the Pakistani military generally, and the Civilian government of the country, neither of whom is strong enough to move against them openly. Opposing all three factions are the fundamentalist domestic Muslim terrorists who are the ISI's own Frankenstein's monster as the are inspired by the Afghan Taliban, but unlike them aren't a puppet of the ISI. Once you throw in the armed clans of the mountainous border regions who hate EVERYBODY; thing get...complex

So basically, the ISI is the Obsidian Order, the military are the Central Command, and the Pashtuns are the Maquis?


Pretty much.

/DS9 was the best Star Trek.
 
2012-04-05 01:11:50 PM

Current Resident: So...if U.S. forces capture him, does that mean that he gets the $10 million bounty?


Nope. They're explicitly excluded.
 
2012-04-05 01:12:03 PM
This is the kind of stupid macho bravado that gets people killed.
 
2012-04-05 01:13:59 PM
crow202.org

/hot
 
2012-04-05 01:15:45 PM
FTA: ...and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Read: The Pakistani Gov't Ministry of Bribery and Corruption upped its rates.
 
2012-04-05 01:17:00 PM
img.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-05 01:17:42 PM

trappedspirit: Just drone him. Avoids a lot of wasted tax-payer's money on paperwork.


i call a drone attack tomorrow. but we all know his ass will be hiding.

I_C_Weener: For those non-Spanish speakers, Lahore means the Hore.

which on fark means subbys mom
 
2012-04-05 01:18:07 PM
Nah. We'll wait until he's laid back and gettin' some tail. Then we're take him out in a moment of glory, so that he can come and go at the same time.
 
2012-04-05 01:19:30 PM

Magorn: Walker: Saeed, who allegedly has support within Pakistan's intelligence community

Ding ding ding, there's the problem right there. Pakistan's intelligence agency works hand in hand with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. This is a known fact. Meanwhile between 2002-2010, Pakistan received approximately $18 billion in military and economic aid from the United States. That's your tax dollars folks. They used the money to work AGAINST us.

Toner said it was unfortunate that Saeed was free to give press conferences, but that the U.S. hopes "to put him behind bars" and is seeking information that would "give the Pakistani government the tools to arrest him."

Hahahaha. Good luck with that. The Pakistani government knows exactly where he is. What "tools" do they need to arrest him besides hand cuffs? And I think they have those. Pakistan is not our friend. The sooner our government realizes that and stops giving them our tax dollars the better.

Your analysis is right, but it omits ones crucial fact: "Pakistan" is not a single entity when it comes to its relations with the US. The ISI, Pakistan's intelligence service, hates the US, created the Taliban, hid Bin Laden, and taught North Korea how to build nukes and want a hot war with India at all costs. They are opposed by the Pakistani military generally, and the Civilian government of the country, neither of whom is strong enough to move against them openly. Opposing all three factions are the fundamentalist domestic Muslim terrorists who are the ISI's own Frankenstein's monster as the are inspired by the Afghan Taliban, but unlike them aren't a puppet of the ISI. Once you throw in the armed clans of the mountainous border regions who hate EVERYBODY; thing get...complex


All the more reason to leave. Our involvement in that area is not helping our interests in any way.

We should bail the hell out of Afghanistan, get out of the business of nation building altogether, and just make it generally known that the next time anyone causes trouble in that area we'll just blow it all the hell up and leave them alone with their rubble.
 
2012-04-05 01:20:15 PM
What an Attention Lahore.
 
2012-04-05 01:20:28 PM
The State Dept. web site says under FAQ:

"Yes, you can get $187,000 if you just give him a good cockpunch."
 
2012-04-05 01:21:12 PM

DavidVincent: From the comments section under that article:

"Any patriot american who has pork chops go bad take then to the mosques and deposit. that will send a message.......you are not welcomed here . put one in obamas golf bag and maybe he will stay in his office and work for the tax money we give him"


Patriot americans, are they anything like patriot missles? I'd be curious if they use the same guidence system, or maybe one made in china. I'd also like to know what the range on them would be.
 
2012-04-05 01:22:45 PM

I_C_Weener: For those non-Spanish speakers, Lahore means the Hore.



Simplicity is sometimes the funniest.. +1

/teehee
 
2012-04-05 01:25:25 PM
colonel6.files.wordpress.com

The 403rd Poppin Fresh Battalion is being dispached as we speak.
 
2012-04-05 01:26:39 PM
and said America had "gone blind" because of its hatred of Islam

Oh no, I assure you we can still see color.
 
2012-04-05 01:27:16 PM

Gunderson: [colonel6.files.wordpress.com image 268x201]

The 403rd Poppin Fresh Battalion is being dispached as we speak.


Oh fark. Snow ninjas.
 
2012-04-05 01:28:48 PM
So....what are we getting in exchange for the money were sending to Pakistan?
 
2012-04-05 01:28:50 PM

Unoriginal_Username: DavidVincent: From the comments section under that article:

"Any patriot american who has pork chops go bad take then to the mosques and deposit. that will send a message.......you are not welcomed here . put one in obamas golf bag and maybe he will stay in his office and work for the tax money we give him"

Patriot americans, are they anything like patriot missles? I'd be curious if they use the same guidence system, or maybe one made in china. I'd also like to know what the range on them would be.


The range is the run-time on their Hoverround's battery.
 
2012-04-05 01:29:45 PM

DavidVincent: I say arrest him and put him on trial in a court of law. Let the evidence convict him.

We need to show the terrorists how a country that respects international law behaves.



*snicker*


Hah, our government doesn't respect its OWN laws.
 
2012-04-05 01:31:05 PM

BolloxReader: As long as India exists, Pakistan will support terrorism and shield these guys. They don't give a damn about anything else. That is why they let the Chinese take a look at the stealth copter after they recovered the wreck, because the Chinese have an ongoing border dispute with India as well. So long as the US counts India as an ally, we will be an enemy of Pakistan in the eyes of the ISI and many others. Their civilian government risks revolution daily by continuing to associate with us, and eventually will fall. Democracy won't work in a country where the intelligence community or the military has so much influence and independence.


You're putting the cart before the horse. India's been there for thousands of years. Pakistan was created as an Islamic Republic in 1956 because Muslims felt they couldn't live in a secular country. If they can't live in a secular country, how are they supposed to live in a secular world? If the US nuked India, Pakistan would STILL hate the US due to Palestine/Chechnya/any number of other Muslim issues.
 
2012-04-05 01:31:58 PM

Trackball: DavidVincent: I say arrest him and put him on trial in a court of law. Let the evidence convict him.

We need to show the terrorists how a country that respects international law behaves.



*snicker*

Hah, our government doesn't respect its OWN laws.


Does any government? Seriously, is there one?
 
2012-04-05 01:31:58 PM
What he didn't mention is that he'll be in Lahore--to speak at a kindergarten commencement surrounded by innocent children, women, kittens, and a few endangered spotted owls for good measure. So yea, do your worst.
 
2012-04-05 01:32:25 PM
I love how these articles contain blatant propaganda in the first word ("terror leader") and no one questions it anymore.
 
2012-04-05 01:32:54 PM
cheezcomixed.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-04-05 01:35:47 PM

RanDomino: I love how these articles contain blatant propaganda in the first word ("terror leader") and no one questions it anymore.


"Area man" would be better.
 
2012-04-05 01:37:51 PM

I_C_Weener: For those non-Spanish speakers, Lahore means the Hore.


What about LaChoy?
 
2012-04-05 01:37:55 PM
Does anyone recall General Farrah Adid, the Somali Warlord who avoided capture for months while regularly appearing on "The Warlord Hour" from Mogadishu Public Access?
 
2012-04-05 01:38:22 PM
we capture the guy
and
make him watch Jack and Jill in a coutinuous loop

/too cruel?
 
2012-04-05 01:38:56 PM
ZeroPly
Pakistan was created as an Islamic Republic in 1956 because Muslims felt they couldn't live in a secular country the British Empire liked to leave an intractable religious conflict in countries they were forced to leave as a little "fark you" going-away present.
 
2012-04-05 01:38:57 PM

Skarekrough: So....what are we getting in exchange for the money were sending to Pakistan?


Shwarma?
 
2012-04-05 01:39:17 PM

RanDomino: I love how these articles contain blatant propaganda in the first word ("terror leader") and no one questions it anymore.


"Brave Freedom Fighter For Islamic Theocracy" just doesn't roll off the tongue quite so well.
 
2012-04-05 01:39:26 PM

Nightsweat: Skarekrough: So....what are we getting in exchange for the money were sending to Pakistan?

Shwarma?


I love shwarma.
 
2012-04-05 01:40:02 PM

LL316: Trackball: DavidVincent: I say arrest him and put him on trial in a court of law. Let the evidence convict him.

We need to show the terrorists how a country that respects international law behaves.



*snicker*

Hah, our government doesn't respect its OWN laws.

Does any government? Seriously, is there one?


Netherlands, maybe? Norway?
 
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