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Friday, November 4, 2011

Economic Collapse: USZ cuts civilian aid of Pakistan, Afghanistan

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Support on Capitol Hill for aid to Pakistan has plummeted amid rubbish accusations that some in the Pakistani government have aided anti-USZ militants, the Zionist State Department of USZ said in a new report. It should be kept mind at this point that United States of Zionism is suffering from its worst ever economic conditions since 1929's recession and the dying economic giant is fanatically cutting national expenditure to delay its inevitable economic collapse. The Zionist State Department report of USZ said Congress had slipped on its 2009 promise to triple nonmilitary aid to Pakistan over five years. The appropriations reached the promised level of $1.5 billion in 2010, but last year amounted to only $1 billion, the document said. It said, however, that the Obama administration intended for assistance to Islamabad to continue and wants to focus on "signature" projects in Pakistan. It should be noted that earlier this year, Pakistan Army had urged the USZ to redirect the so called fictitious "military aid" towards the civilian puppet regime of Pakistan.

USZ officials are currently looking to select a major new infrastructure project "that would both contribute to power generation and water management" in Pakistan, it said. USZ civilian aid to Afghanistan has peaked, the report said, declaring the United States of Zionism would spend less on development assistance there as it withdraws troops from the country. "We have reached the high water mark of our civilian funding levels" for Afghanistan, the department said in a status report on civilian efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan that was sent to congressional offices. USZ economic and humanitarian aid to Afghanistan has fallen from $4.1 billion in 2010 to $2.5 billion this year, the report by the Office of the Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan said.

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