As Pakistan's Sharif calls for ending...

As Pakistan's Sharif calls for ending drone strikes, U.S. defends them

There are 21 comments on the Fort Mill Times story from Oct 22, 2013, titled As Pakistan's Sharif calls for ending drone strikes, U.S. defends them. In it, Fort Mill Times reports that:

Even before Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meets President Barack Obama at the White House on Wednesday, his visit to Washington as the leader of an increasingly democratic Pakistan already was remarkable for one major reason: not a single member of Pakistan's military was in his delegation.

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Savior

Mahwah, NJ

#1 Oct 23, 2013
Killed to date 2029 Innocenet Civilians from Drone Strikes - America has no moral ground left for Drone Strikes any more - any where in world
Cordwainer Trout

Lexington, KY

#2 Oct 23, 2013
After Obama giving 1.6 Billion dollars to the violent Pakistanis hiding known major terrorists and instigating continued murders of American and NATO troops and using American aid to murder Indian civilians by proxy and not... they want to complain about us killing off an occasional wife supporting her terrorist husband? We know it's a tricky issue, but maybe those terror supporting freaks in Pakistan should be forced to give up their nuclear weapons they've been parlaying to North Korea and other Islamic terrorist States FIRST.
Big Yin

Halifax, UK

#3 Oct 23, 2013
War crimes by the americans..
harminder

Mumbai, India

#4 Oct 23, 2013
watch it nawaz sharifÂ…one drone copperhead coming straight for ur fat waddling lazy ass

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#5 Oct 23, 2013
Savior wrote:
Killed to date 2029 Innocenet Civilians from Drone Strikes - America has no moral ground left for Drone Strikes any more - any where in world
yeah, sure...when you knowingly live with and support terrorists, you are no longer a civilian.

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#6 Oct 23, 2013
Savior wrote:
Killed to date 2029 Innocenet Civilians from Drone Strikes - America has no moral ground left for Drone Strikes any more - any where in world
The country ,that was suppose to be an ally, HID the guy we were hunting for almost 10 years.
Big Yin

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#7 Oct 23, 2013
usa is the worlds biggest terrorist under its own definition....

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#8 Oct 23, 2013
Big Yin wrote:
usa is the worlds biggest terrorist under its own definition....
Are you speaking German? No ,THANK YOU!!
laila adigar

Leeds, UK

#10 Oct 25, 2013
Savior wrote:
Killed to date 2029 Innocent Civilians from Drone Strikes - America has no moral ground left for Drone Strikes any more - any where in world
Pakistan is powerless to stop these drone attacks and what a pathetic country if you can call it that. America violates your sovereignty with impunity and all you 180 million of you have no collective power to stop it.

So instead of pedaling militant Islam through madrassa's and all that crap why don't you get you act together and rise as a power. Can't you see what is really happening with your country, America is trying to break it up into four pieces. Its so sad a future for Pakistan stuck in a power struggle between the west and China. America pays your military to keep their interests in the region intact and if Pakistan leans towards China then it will force an upper hand in the Tribal regions all the way from the Khyber to Gwadar.

Your leaders are mostly greedy self serving idiots who only have their own interests at heart which are not yours.

The US will play neighbour against neighbour and weaken you all. India is not an enemy of Pakistan nor is Bangladesh. All these countries were once one.... and united together is a far more stable future than divided.

I know this won't go down with South asians, but India in unison with Pakistan is your only real viable future for both.
Manik

Sugar Land, TX

#11 Oct 25, 2013
^ Though Pakistan can't stop the drones doesn't mean the US has the power to take over Pakistan. Yes maybe Pakistan should reunite with India I don't it's a bad idea until Mexico doesn't reunite with the US. Pakistan will have to remain independent.
laila adigar

Leeds, UK

#12 Oct 25, 2013
Manik wrote:
^ Though Pakistan can't stop the drones doesn't mean the US has the power to take over Pakistan. Yes maybe Pakistan should reunite with India I don't it's a bad idea until Mexico doesn't reunite with the US. Pakistan will have to remain independent.
I can't underrstand why you are comparing a unison of USA/Mexico to one OF India/Pakistan, Mexico is a vastly different country to USA, Spanish speaking, different culture etc whereas India has many traditions,customs and religion that they share with pakistan after all it was India before Pakistan broke away.. By the way I'm not talking of the two countries merging into one but greater trade/ military cooperation etc like Nato/EU. Try not to take the conversation quite out of context.

Your quite right when you say The US can't take over Pakistan directly and they know that, its just too big a venture for them to undertake with a direct military intervention but the obvious scenario that will most likely be played out will be Baluchistan to push for autonomy as would the tribal regions in the north. http://lubpak.com/archives/7103 . These new nations will host the land corridor between China and the gulf via Gwadar and a possible pipeline to the former soviet oil rich countries, And the USA whole heartdely wants to be at the centre of all this.
Manik

Sugar Land, TX

#13 Oct 25, 2013
laila adigar wrote:
<quoted text>I can't underrstand why you are comparing a unison of USA/Mexico to one OF India/Pakistan, Mexico is a vastly different country to USA, Spanish speaking, different culture etc whereas India has many traditions,customs and religion that they share with pakistan after all it was India before Pakistan broke away.. By the way I'm not talking of the two countries merging into one but greater trade/ military cooperation etc like Nato/EU. Try not to take the conversation quite out of context.
Your quite right when you say The US can't take over Pakistan directly and they know that, its just too big a venture for them to undertake with a direct military intervention but the obvious scenario that will most likely be played out will be Baluchistan to push for autonomy as would the tribal regions in the north. http://lubpak.com/archives/7103 . These new nations will host the land corridor between China and the gulf via Gwadar and a possible pipeline to the former soviet oil rich countries, And the USA whole heartdely wants to be at the centre of all this.
Our culture is somewhat different from India..... We follow Islamic culture as far as for the US and Mexico both have one thing in common if not culture and that is religion. So yes this is not biased to say Pak-India should be one until the US and Mexico and possibly even Canada become one. North America was also a one land until Europeans conquered and separated them that is the same thing in South Asia. Akhand Bharat will only rise once Greater America comes in.

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#14 Oct 26, 2013
Under geneva agreement US Could face war crime Charges and it has to answer and compensate for Innocent Deaths ....

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#15 Oct 26, 2013
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Under geneva agreement US Could face war crime Charges and it has to answer and compensate for Innocent Deaths ....
Why don't you hold terrorist to the same standard?

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#16 Oct 28, 2013
We have hundreds of terrorists locked up in Jails and many of them cases are in Courts to decide ...

Why America not allowing (Guantanamo Bay Residents) to even get chance of free and fair Trial

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#17 Oct 29, 2013
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
We have hundreds of terrorists locked up in Jails and many of them cases are in Courts to decide ...
Why America not allowing (Guantanamo Bay Residents) to even get chance of free and fair Trial
They are NOT American citizens, they are terrorist/mercenaries! Show me where they can get special treatment from the Geneva/Hague Convention?
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#20 Nov 3, 2013
Pathetic USA Approach towards Peace Recent Drone strike killed Peace hope

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#21 Nov 3, 2013
mICHEAL wrote:
Pathetic USA Approach towards Peace Recent Drone strike killed Peace hope
A Taliban leader was part of the hope for peace? sure pal, sure...

religious cult freaks like that don't know the meaning of the world peace.
Ali Abbas

Sugar Land, TX

#22 Nov 3, 2013
Taliban leader is dead which means Pakistan may face another problem

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#23 Nov 10, 2013
Army should starting taking down Drones and i am sure Pakistani nation will support them

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