Pakistan Cyber Force: USZ begging ISI for help in Afghanistan

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Monday, October 31, 2011

USZ begging ISI for help in Afghanistan

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Washington: Shortly after accusing Pakistan’s premier spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directorate of supporting the Afghan Taliban, the Zionist Obama administration is now begging the same intelligence agency to help organize reconciliation talks aimed at ending shamefully lost war in Afghanistan, an American newspaper reported on Monday. The newspaper said some elements of the ISI see little advantage in forcing those negotiations. The paper said the revamped approach is emerging amid an increase in the pace of attacks against American Terrorist Invaders in Kabul in which Afghan Taliban are allegedly suspected.

According to the newspaper, the latest effort comes as early hopes in the White House about having the outlines of a deal in time for a multinational conference Dec. 5 in Bonn, Germany, have been all but abandoned. But even inside the Obama administration, the new initiative has been met with deep skepticism, in part because Pakistan has developed its own strategy, one at odds with Mrs. Clinton’s on several key points. One senior American official summarized the Pakistani position as “Cease-fire, Talk, Wait for the Americans to Leave.” the paper said. In short, the defeated and economically dismantled United States of Zionism is now literally helpless to rely heavily on the ISI to help broker a deal with the same group of militants that Zionists of Washington say the spy agency is financing and supporting, in order to hide their own incompetence and defeat in Afghanistan.

“The Pakistanis see the contradictions in the American approach,” said Shamila N. Chaudhary, a former top Obama White House aide on Pakistan and Afghanistan. “The big question for the administration is, what can the Pakistanis actually deliver? Pakistan is holding its cards very closely.”

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