August 18, 2008

Musharraf is out - whats next for Pakistan?

Musharraf in civvies
One of America's most valuable allies in the war against Mohammedan fanaticism has been forced out of office. Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf has resigned rather than subject his country to a politically motivated impeachment trial. In his official statement, he said he was resigning to put Pakistan first. It remains to be seen whether Mr. Musharraf will be allowed to leave Pakistan, or will get the same sort of wretched treatment as the Shah of Iran did at the outset of Mohammedan fanaticism's dramatic rise in 1979.

It is important to note two things: First, Pakistan is a nuclear power, armed with atomic weapons; second, Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda and 9/11 mastermind, has been given refuge inside Pakistan by outlaw tribes. What happens next is critical to the War on Mohammedan Terrorists.

If the past is prologue, expect to see political upheaval followed by another military takeover in Pakistan. We may also expect more of this sort of Mohammedan political manuevering in other nations that support the US in the fight against Islamic fanaticism. The Russians must love this distraction from their own dishonest Asian opportunism.
Mohammedan fanaticism continues to make the world more dangerous for everyone.

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