Tuesday, May 3, 2011

A lot to answer for?

According to iDave Cameron, Pakistan has a lot to answer for, I can think of one or two things iDave might care to answer for as well.

PAKISTAN will have 'lots of questions' to answer surrounding the hiding place of the world's most wanted terrorist Osama Bin Laden, Prime minister David Cameron announced today.
The Prime minister said that the country would face a tough questioning over the hiding place of Osama Bin Laden, who was  killed in a special forces raid in Pakistan.

David Cameron said the mission by the Americans and the subsequent death of the Al Qaeda leader had been 'justified, lawful and right'.

Mr Cameron added that although  Pakistan's political leadership claimed to be fighting terrorism he warned that there could be a 'flaming great row' with the country over the death. 
Yes, there are quite a few questions that the world could and should be asking Pakistan over Osama Bin Laden, however I don't think Cameron quite understands the position he's in. After all he was the one who okayed a £650 million pound giveaway to the country, gave them vital military secrets and who then offended most of the UK by apologising for something we didn't do!

David Cameron vowed to hand hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money plus vital military secrets to Pakistan yesterday to make amends for offending the Muslim nation last year.
The Prime Minister pledged to invest £650million in Pakistani schools at a time when the education budget at home is being cut.
Britain is also to give highly sensitive military technology to combat roadside bombs to the Pakistani security services, which are widely blamed for funding and arming the Taliban.
Mr Cameron defended the payments, saying it was ‘in our interest’ to help Pakistan.
He said: ‘If Pakistan is a success we’ll have a good friend to trade and invest and deal with.
The Prime Minister sought to blame the British Empire for the situation in Kashmir which has been a running sore in Pakistan’s relations with India since partition in 1947.
So, we're giving away cash to a country harbouring one of the most wanted men in the world. We're giving aid to the security services of said country who were protecting (according to Wikileaks) the most wanted man in the world and who would probably help the Taliban with the knowledge rather than us. Plus the idiot blamed us for the problems in Kashmir caused by the Hindu Maharaja Hari Singh who ran that province who decided to stay in India despite a majority of Muslims in that province.
If I were Cameron, I'd be keeping my big fat mouth shut and hoping that nobody in the MSM will bring this up. Because if there's any such thing as justice in this world it will come back to drag him screaming into the night of failed Tory leaders. It probably won't but I'll shed no tears when the men in grey suits finally do for that odious little turncoat!

Ah, seems the MSM have noticed.

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