Pakistan, more chaos




The news story read Benazir Bhutto’s 19-year-old son – a student with no political experience – was named symbolic leader of her party Sunday, while her husband took effective control, extending Pakistan’s most enduring political dynasty.

 This last statement is indicative of the cattle or sheep mentality that the orchestraters of the New World Orders gave as reason for the need to depopulate the planet of some useless eaters. Imagine “A political Dynasty”, akin to a royal family.  How is that possible in a country that is not run as a Monarchy?  His-story tells of the Bhutto line as one of privilege and avarice:  “insatiable greed for riches; inordinate, miserly desire to gain and hoard wealth.

The story goes like this, Benazir Bhutto’s father, former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was removed from office following a military coup in 1977 led by the then military chief General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, who imposed martial law but promised to hold elections within three months. But later, instead of fulfilling the promise of holding general elections, General Zia charged Mr. Bhutto with conspiring to murder the father of dissident politician Ahmed Raza Kasuri. Mr. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was sentenced to death by the martial law court.

Despite the accusation being “widely doubted by the public”, and despite many clemency appeals from foreign leaders, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was hanged on 4 April 1979. Appeals for clemency were dismissed by acting President General Zia. Benazir Bhutto and her mother were held in a “police camp” until the end of May, after the execution.

The explanation, “widely doubted by the public”, does not really carry weight in a court of law. Yet the European countries and their sycophants, elected to interfere in the domestic politics of a soverign country, even though French, Polish, Spanish, and Swiss documents have indicated the charges of corruption against Bhutto and her husband appears valid. Bhutto and her husband also had faced a number of legal proceedings, including a charge of laundering money through Swiss banks. Her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, spent eight years in prison on similar corruption charges. Until he was released from jail in 2004.

After his release he claimed he was tortured, which of course  caused more foreign interferance, this time from human rights groups. A New York Times investigative report in 1998,  indicated that Pakistani investigators had documents that uncovered a network of bank accounts, all linked to the family’s lawyer in Switzerland, with Asif Zardari as the principal shareholder. According to the article, documents released by the French authorities indicated that Zardari offered exclusive rights to Dassault, a French aircraft manufacturer, to replace the air force’s fighter jets in exchange for a 5% commission to be paid to a Swiss corporation controlled by Zardari.

The article also said a Dubai company received an exclusive license to import gold into Pakistan for which Asif Zardari received payments of more than $10 million into his Dubai-based Citibank accounts. Now. I would be remiss if I didn’t indicate that the owner of the company denied that he had made payments to Zardari and claims the documents were forged. And Bhutto maintained that the charges leveled against her and her husband were purely political. An Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) report supports Bhutto’s claim. It presents information suggesting that Benazir Bhutto was ousted from power in 1990 as a result of a witch hunt approved by then-president Ghulam Ishaq Khan. The AGP report says Khan illegally paid legal advisers 28 million Rupees to file 19 corruption cases against Bhutto and her husband in 1990-92.

However, it is noted that their Swiss bank accounts contain £740 million. Zardari also bought a neo-Tudor mansion and estate worth over £4 million in Surrey, England, UK. The Pakistani investigations have tied other overseas properties to Zardari’s family. These include a $2.5 million manor in Normandy owned by Zardari’s parents, who had modest assets at the time of his marriage. Bhutto denied holding substantive overseas assets. Yet they have a Swiss bank account. And upon her death is said to have a net worth of 1.2 Billion dollars. Wow!

From my perspective what I see is a Jesuit high school educated, Harvard law school graduate and leader of her schools Phi Beta Kappa.  She is also a graduate of Oxford in England, the orchestrater of the break up of  India and the creation of Pakistan. I also see a member of  the rigid cast system which is not only entrenched in India but carries ancestral memories in Pakistan and which allows Bhutto to refer often how much she was much better equiped and superior to Parvase Musharaf, a darker skined Pakistani. $1.2 billion can satisfy most of us and cause us to disappear from the rat race, yet Bhuttos desire to fulfill the “Royal Family”  bullshit, allowed her to be coerced by her supporters and ultimately the last Imperialist Empire – America Inc. I believed they promised her the moon and the stars, plus soverignty in Pakistan, but in the end saw the grim reality of Islamic fanaticism, Geo-political espeonage and conitued chaos for the people of Pakistan, so that the New World order can acclerate their Asian Union, before 2012.

Right after signing that huge welfare deal with Pakistan, America Inc., pushes evenmore for elections as soon as possible.  This from a country who’s current ruler stole the last two election he partook of. In the end young Bilawal Zardari, eldest son of Benazir Bhutto of the Pakistani Royal family will become another pawn in the shadow puppeteers drive to control the world through America Inc.

One thought on “Pakistan, more chaos

  1. Do Republicans ever have a bad day?This drives me crazy, too. I’m glad you potined it out.If things don’t go our way, then the enemy’ is desperate and it means we must redouble our efforts.If things do go our way, then our leaders are brilliant, and it means we must redouble our efforts.I’m all for democracy, but it’s not a panacea and it isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition, either. Democracy didn’t prevent the American Civil war, and it won’t solve any of the problems in Pakistan for the forseeable future. It certainly hasn’t done much for Iraq, either. Forcing democracy on an unstable social, ethnic, or political situation is like pouring gasoline on a fire in hopes of making it burn out faster .Pakistan has been, directly or indirectly, a major player and promoter of terrorism in the region for decades. The Pakistani government has lost control of the terrorists it has spawned and groomed. Somehow this means we have to support the Pakistani government even more, and somehow democracy is the way to make things right again. The stupidity is breathtaking.


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