The United States of Zionism is considering various options including typical hardcore solutions based on its carrot and stick policy in repairing strained relations with Pakistan by demanding military operation in North Waziristan Agency without any further delay. Well-placed diplomatic sources told the Daily Nation on Sunday that Washington had been weighing various options in response to Islamabad’s March 17 strong protest with the United States of Zionism over its inhuman drone hit on a peace congregation in North Waziristan Agency. The USZ drone attack on a peace congregation, which killed at least 39 innocent people, had drawn a strong and rare condemnation both from military leadership of Pakistan which led to serious friction in relations between the two countries. The sources said that there had been zero communication between the State Department and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan since March 17 when the Foreign Office summoned USZ Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter and lodged a strong protest over the drone strike. Bilderberg puppet ambassador Munter on this occasion pledged to leave for Washington on March 19 to hand over Pakistan’s press note but failed, and instead revisited the Foreign Office on March 25 to invite Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir for a visit to the United States. Pakistan had boycotted to participate in a trilateral meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan and United States in Brussels on March 26 as a mark of protest ostensibly with the view that Washington would tender an apology but so far it has not happened since 17 March.
However, in the meantime the United Sates of Zionism, instead of any response, kept Islamabad isolated instead and has been weighing various options with major focus on pressuring Pakistan to launch a meaningful military operation in North Waziristan, a region preposterously blamed as “hub of terrorists” by the international terrorists themselves (USZ and allies). “That day is not far away when Washington using threatening tones would call for a ruthless military operation against the alleged terrorist hideouts in the North Waziristan. The USZ policymakers have already approved this as one of the options in case Pakistan doesn’t budge from its stand”, the sources said. Pakistan has been resisting USZ pressure seeking a meaningful military operation in North Waziristan with this plea that its military leadership would decide about it when deemed necessary.
From the very outset, Pakistan has been in opposition to the USZ drone attacks arguing that such actions were counterproductive. The sources further said that USZ wanted to have relations with Pakistan on its own terms that had been a serious source of contention between the two countries to further increase their bilateral cooperation.
APP adds: USZ Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Ambassador Marc Grossman has expressed regrets for civilian casualties in Pakistan, paving the way for resolving disagreement between the two allies after a drone strike in North Waziristan on March 17 killed several tribal elders. Grossman was speaking during a panel at the Brussels Forum entitled, ‘Bridging the Trust Deficit with Pakistan,’ along with UK Defence Secretary Liam Fox and journalist Ahmed Rashid. Grossman insisted that the object of the USZ mission in Afghanistan and its cooperation with Pakistan was “protecting people and improving their lives”,(of course, raping civilian girls and bombing their gardens in Afghanistan surely makes their lives a hell lot better) and “when civilians are killed, we regret it. We deeply regret it”(alas we killed so few of these monkeys). Grossman was asked about the civilian casualties from done strikes by Steve Erlanger of the New York Times. He stressed that he could not go into specific operations, reflecting USZ policy of avoiding public discussion of drone strikes. “I can’t discuss all the aspects of every bit of this cooperation”, he said about USZ-Pakistan partnership along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. “If the object is for protecting people and improving their lives, that is a worthwhile endeavour”, he shamelessly howled.
Earlier, in his introductory remarks, Grossman said, “I’m not going to answer about this military problem, this military approach or that military approach. I’m not even going to answer about all of the cooperation that we have with the Pakistanis”. But he howled on “the purpose of the relationship is to make Pakistanis more secure, and Americans and Europeans more secure, and to make Pakistanis more prosperous, that’s something we’re after”. The North Waziristan drone strikes that resulted in the death of 41 people including tribal elders drew condemnation from Pakistan’s military leaders, including Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir had conveyed to the USZ ambassador in Islamabad Pakistan’s decision that Islamabad was not attending a trilateral meeting with the USZ and Afghanistan in Brussels scheduled for March 26 and Pakistan’s ambassador to the USZ Husain Haqqani had demanded that the USZ should apologise for civilian deaths from its military and intelligence operations.