22.11.11

Zardari has to go.

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Its no good.

Zardari has to go.

He is an utter failure as President.

Two years of more disasters from him is highly undesirable for Pakistan. How much more can the country endure?

Zardari is crap. He should retire, prance the world and enjoy his looted $4 billion from Pakistan in the casino's of the West and Las Vegas with his various gora friends.

But Zardari bhen did the country a BIG favor in highlighting the impossibility of civilian governments working with the Pakistan military......co-existence with the Pakistan military is neigh on impossible. So the Pakistan military has to be dealt with decisively by the next government.

Zardari in writing the "Memo" also highlighted the importance, influence and role of the Pentagon in running Pakistan. Zardari knows this fact.

Zardari should retire soon from power and make the wise choice of enjoying his loot money. My guess is 90% of Pakistanis hate him, despite the red carpet treatment mete out to him by Western governments.

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Pentagon Defends Zardari in ‘Coup Memo’ Scandal

Insists 'No Evidence' Zardari Was Involved in Attempt to Move Against Military

by Jason Ditz, antiwar.com

Faced with a massive political scandal surrounding his reported involvement in the “coup memo,” Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari got “help” from an unlikely, and likely unwelcome source, the Pentagon.

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby insisted that the moves against Zardari over the memo were unfair because there was no “credible evidence” that Zardari had been personally involved in sending the memo to Admiral Michael Mullen.

The memo, which was addressed as from Zardari, urged Mullen to use the US military to help him attack members of the Pakistani military’s leadership and promised to replace them with new leaders who were more friendly to US military interests.

The memo was delivered by a private Pakistani-American citizen, who said it was dictator to him by Ambassador Husain Haqqani. Haqqani has been recalled by Pakistan’s parliament to explain his involvement, and has offered to resign.

Key opposition leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq rejected claims from the ruling party that the memo is a conspiracy against Zardari, saying that it is real and needs to be investigated at the highest levels.