It gets stupider and stupider.
The Pakistan military created the Taliban in 1994 when the Jew Sandy Berger came and told them to, for "strategic depth" purposes. The Chamar Coolie Chamcha Ullu Chaudis in the Pakistan military, said "acha sahib" without ever thinking why a Jew from the JEWSA would offer and support such an idea.
The Pakistanis invested billions of $, arms transfers, training, logistics, manpower from 1994---2001 into the American Taliban enterprise, at least significantly........and then obviously failed in that massive endeavor, due to the conspiracy of the .....................AMERICANS in NY.
Now the "strategic depth" philosophy has come full circle....with the Americans in Pakistan, killing Pakistani civilians, attacking Pakistan sovereign territory......with the full cooperation of the Pakistani state.
LOGICALLY GIVEN THE TACK RECORD AND EXPERIENCE, THE PAKISTANIS SHOULDN'T ALLOW THE AMERICANS TO BASE THEMSELVES THERE, AND SHOULD TELL ALL "TALIBAN" TO LEAVE THE CITY.
Pakistan has allowed the United States military and its coalition partners in Afghanistan to maintain a presence in Quetta, Balochistan, the US Department of Defence told Congress in a report.
"Pakistan Army General Headquarters recently approved an ODRP and Coalition presence at the PAKMIL 12 Corps HQ in Quetta, Balochistan," the Pentagon said in its report on the ‘Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan’.
It said that while the US government "recognizes the tremendous effort continuous PAKMIL operations represent for the Pakistan Government, insurgent safe havens along the border will remain the primary problem to achieving a secure and stable Afghanistan."
"One initiative toward this end is increasing the cooperation between Afghanistan, ISAF, and Pakistan Forces along the border to provide a more comprehensive approach to eradicating the insurgency," it added.
The report said that overall, US relations with the PAKMIL have improved. "There have been many positive steps taken to dismantle extremist networks and deny terrorists safe havens in Pakistan. There is still much work to be done, but there is a positive trend line toward achieving the overall strategic goals," it maintained.
The report also took notice of the importance of India’s role in Afghanistan, saying, "India’s presence in Afghanistan cannot be understood without considering the tense, fragile relationship between Pakistan and India. In the beginning of the reporting period, April 26-27, President Karzai visited New Delhi. The visit was seen as successful from both sides, with India reaffirming its commitment to Afghanistan as a reliable partner."
"India continues to be one of Afghanistan’s largest assistance donors, providing 1.3 billion USD funding for major infrastructure projects like power transmission, power lines, roads, etc. Work on the Salma hydroelectric dam in Herat Province continues.
In addition, India provides agriculture assistance and has increased access to degree scholarships and training programs," it added.
The report declared that the long-term stability and security of Afghanistan was intertwined in the dynamics of the region and the continuing influence, both positive and negative, of Afghanistan’s neighbours. (ANI)