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The Pakistani Threat
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Many on this forum are aware of the extreme potential threat that Pakistan holds over almost any other Islamic country. This article, the pakistani Theat, is a classic case of why our government and others had better start paying closer attention there and demanding better results from our so called friends.

If Pakistan gets out of control and changes hands, no telling what we can expect down the road, from a nuclear perspective.

Quote:Pakistan-based threat.

But internal U.S. intelligence reports tell a different story. One document I've obtained shows that officials in Washington leading the war on terror have privately agonized over Pakistan and its al-Qaida-run camps for at least the past year, directly contradicting White House praise for Islamabad's "strong cooperation" in the war.

What's more, two additional federal intelligence documents I've obtained reveal a British connection. One warns of a particularly diabolical Pakistan-based plot to attack Britain, and the other warns of a scheme by Pakistani terrorists to enter the U.S. using fake British passports. Under the Visa Waiver Program, British travelers do not need a visa, and can still get on a plane to the U.S. without first being checked against our terror watch list.

What follows is a breakdown of what U.S. officials knew about the threat from Pakistan -- which essentially has become al-Qaida's new headquarters -- and when they knew it.
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J,

According to Stratfor,we already have agents in place to destroy Pakistan's nukes if the Mush gov falls with his OK. If a revolt happened and an Islamist took over,I'd nuke the nukes immediately before they knew what hit them IF Stratfor is wrong.
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