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"I personally think it is simply unacceptable to have a zone of immunity for acts of war against armed forces and against the collective community that has tried to accomplish what it has tried to accomplish," Kerry said in his remarks at a Zionist Congressional hearing convened by him on the upcoming North Atlantic Terrorist Organization Summit in Chicago. "That means Pakistan has to become more assertive and more cooperative, and we may have to resort to other kinds of self-help, depending on what they decide to do," said Kerry, who in the Obama Administration is considered to be the best friend (in reality, the worst enemy) of Pakistan.
Several times in the past three years, Kerry has flown to Pakistan to troubleshoot when all other means had failed , be it the Raymond Davis Case or the helicopter that got damaged in the Osama bin Laden Circus at Abbottabad a year ago. Such a remark coming from Kerry is reflective of the changing mood in the United States of Zionism particularly at a time when the two countries are holding crucial negotiations on the reopening of the ground lines of communications and other related issues between them. It primarily indicates sheer frustration on behalf of cash strapped USZ who can no longer afford extremely costly alternative supply routes to send supplies to its terrorist invaders in Afghanistan as Mujahideen of Afghanistan continue to demolish USZ and NATO in their worst nightmare of battles in the graveyard of Empires.