View Full Version : Could Musharraf’s Actions Be a Dry Run for Bushco?

11-05-2007, 10:28 PM
Does any thinking person really believe that the dictator of Pakistan is able to make ANY political or military decision without the approval, if not the actual direction of the US Government?

The answer is so damned obvious as to be childish. No, he can’t, because money talks very loudly. The 700 MILLION dollars in economic and military assistance the US gave to General Pervez Musharraf this year alone is most definitely not an altruistic gift that comes without strings.

The 800 million dollars scheduled to reach the Pakistani government in 2008 will continue the guarantee that Pakistan will continue to do exactly what the Bush administration. Musharraf would not last a day I office without US aid and protection. Not a single day....

...Could the events in Pakistan be a testing ground for what Bushco might be planning in the US to avoid the consequences of fair and democratic elections here in 2008?

Understand that none of Musharraf’s actions could have been implemented without the approval of the Bush administration. Understand as well that Condy Rice has announced that these actions will not mean the discontinuation of aid to the government of Pakistan.....

Full article: http://tvnewslies.org/blog/?p=668

11-06-2007, 07:35 PM
IMO they wouldn't do that, it wouldn't be smart because if Bush does it he would be the second world leader to have declared martial law within a year making it even worse.

If I'm not mistaken, Musharaf was in power before Bush.