The sick, slumbering American wakes up in his Obama tee shirt and boxers, rubs his swollen eyes hungover from a night of overeating, overdrinking, MTV, Rosie O'Donut, George Looney, Peloshia (duh, the CIA is lying, dude!), overspending, overborrowing, Puff Ho, Kos kidz!, shackled to his chair singing "socialism feels good, individualism is bad" to the tune of kumbaya while texting his choice for the gay American idol contestant over the Christian contestant (because PC tolerance is way more important than talent and religion sucks dude!) while opening a beer in the back of a runaway stagecoach headed for a cliff unaware the driver has fallen off.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- The United States will give Pakistan more than $100 million in humanitarian assistance to help people displaced by fighting in the , U.S. said on Tuesday.
She said the United States was ready to give more aid as necessary.
This at the same time the jihad is within striking range of seizing Pakistan's nukes. There are no words for such stupidity.
(IsraelNN.com) Israel and the US should be focusing more on the Taliban’s rise in nuclear Pakistan than on Iran’s nuclear aims, more and more experts are saying.
“Pakistan must move to the top of our strategic agenda,” writes former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton. Similarly, “Nuclear Taliban/Al Qaida is a far more ominous threat than nuclear Iran could ever be,” writes Byron Ellis, who heads the international Jethro Project consulting company.
Bolton, writing in The Wall Street Journal on Monday, warns that the U.S. must take “hard steps” to prevent Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal from falling into the hands of Taliban. U.S. President Barack Obama’s statement of confidence last week that the nuclear arsenal will not fall to the terrorists is “not reassuring,” Bolton writes, “in light of the Taliban’s military and political gains throughout Pakistan.”
There is a “tangible risk that several weapons could slip out of military control,” Bolton warns. “Such weapons could then find their way to Al Qaeda or other terrorists, with obvious global implications.”
Even graver is the possibility that Pakistan’s government could collapse entirely, enabling “a well-organized, tightly disciplined group to seize control of the entire Pakistani government.”
“To prevent either scenario, Pakistan must move to the top of our strategic agenda, albeit closely related to Afghanistan,” he wrote. “Neither greater economic assistance, nor more civilian advisers upcountry, nor stronger democratic institutions will eliminate the strategic threat nearly soon enough… We must strengthen pro-American elements in Pakistan's military so they can purge dangerous Islamicists from their ranks; roll back Taliban advances; and, together with our increased efforts in Afghanistan, decisively defeat the militants on either side of the border.”
In a similar vein, Ellis writes that “Israel’s focus on Iran’s nuclear pursuit is misplaced; [Israel] should be focusing on the rise of the Taliban in nuclear Pakistan. Nuclear Taliban/Al Qaida is a far more ominous threat than nuclear Iran could ever be.”
Read it and weep.