NATO trucks cross Pakistan border

NATO trucks cross Pakistan border

There are 31 comments on the CNN story from Jul 5, 2012, titled NATO trucks cross Pakistan border. In it, CNN reports that:

Trucks carrying supplies to NATO troops crossed from Pakistan into Afghanistan for the first time in seven months on Thursday after Islamabad agreed to reopen routes, officials said.

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“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#1 Jul 5, 2012
Yeah, business as usual.

You got my over price money for the Chicken Tikka so I can be a passerby.

Pakistan Chicken Tikka:
http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3265/3372859810...

Yummy.

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#2 Jul 5, 2012
They could drive an 18 wheeler up my ass for $1.1 billion. It's wonderful to have such close friends!!
Star

Islamabad, Pakistan

#3 Jul 5, 2012
Dictator or elected politicians all are working for US agenda....

86% Pakistani people don't want to be part of US war and war supplies to external forces in region....
But few people in power opened war supplies for NATO even after they violated of border and killed Solders...

First military dictator involved Pakistan in US war in result Pakistan has suffered heavy losses in last decade.... At-least elected politicians should get ride of this...

Since: Jun 12

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#5 Jul 5, 2012
http://www.thefridaytimes.com/beta3/tft/artic...

The US fcked Pakistan,anyways.

As they rightfully deserve!!

Since: Jun 12

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#6 Jul 5, 2012
RHill wrote:
They could drive an 18 wheeler up my ass for $1.1 billion. It's wonderful to have such close friends!!
They were never your friends.

They were your errand boys.

And,actually,they are being treated that way!

At one time they used to get Korean War surplus arms,and now with a nearly bankrupt economy they are whining for more and more $$$$!!
mICHEAL

Pakistan

#7 Jul 6, 2012
Letís Search Together For Your Apology, Mrs. Clinton



Pakistani journalist and television anchor Syed Talat Husain published an online column in Urdu today. The column provides an accurate translation of Mrs. Clinton's statement announcing reopening US military and NATO supply routes through Pakistan. The US and Pakistani governments call this statement an apology for the deliberate US military massacre of 25 Pakistani soldiers at Salala border checkpoints on 26/11. Hussain asks a simple question: Show me the apology in this letter.

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#8 Jul 6, 2012
Purple Pig wrote:
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They were never your friends.
They were your errand boys.
And,actually,they are being treated that way!
At one time they used to get Korean War surplus arms,and now with a nearly bankrupt economy they are whining for more and more $$$$!!
I've actually been to Pakistan and what struck me most were the milling, rambling, idle people living in piles of filth. Whatever form of government or religion they have ... it sucks. It's stripped the will to live right out of 'em.

Since: Jun 12

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#9 Jul 6, 2012
RHill wrote:
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I've actually been to Pakistan and what struck me most were the milling, rambling, idle people living in piles of filth. Whatever form of government or religion they have ... it sucks. It's stripped the will to live right out of 'em.


That is the fatwa-targeted writer,Salman Rushdie.

He seems to explain Pakistan very well.

I am an Indian,born Hindu,but an atheist.

When I see these guys do what they do,and how they bury themselves

in their beliefs and how the country falls apart for apart for

want of good education,health,economics-I really feel sorry for

them.

The chaos in Pakistan will go on for sometime and then the country

might just might pull itself out of it.

As Salman Rushdie says it was very much India 65 years back,but

over the years,social engineering using Islam has just exhausted

them...well,one can only hope they pull out of it and move in

some other direction!!!

Since: Jun 12

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#10 Jul 6, 2012
mICHEAL wrote:
Letís Search Together For Your Apology, Mrs. Clinton
Pakistani journalist and television anchor Syed Talat Husain published an online column in Urdu today. The column provides an accurate translation of Mrs. Clinton's statement announcing reopening US military and NATO supply routes through Pakistan. The US and Pakistani governments call this statement an apology for the deliberate US military massacre of 25 Pakistani soldiers at Salala border checkpoints on 26/11. Hussain asks a simple question: Show me the apology in this letter.
USA is the paymaster,the employer.

Pakistan,is almost a broke nation,the errand boy and employee

of USA.

They need not,will not,and never will beg for an apology.

Do you beg for some apology from passers by if you are a beggar???

Since: Sep 07

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#11 Jul 6, 2012
Purple Pig wrote:
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USA is the paymaster,the employer.
Pakistan,is almost a broke nation,the errand boy and employee
of USA.
They need not,will not,and never will beg for an apology.
Do you beg for some apology from passers by if you are a beggar???
What you say HC???

Since: Jun 12

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#12 Jul 6, 2012
The US involvement in Afghanistan is to prevent

a repeat of Osama and to stall a threat to the

USA.

They might have fought the war against the USSR

cheaply using the "mujhaideen" but now the war/

containment of left over detritus of the war

in form of Taliban is draining USA of a lot

of money.

Pakistan was a WILLING ACCOMPALICE to whatever

USA did during the war against the Soviets.

It is a business deal gone sour and no one has

to apologize to the other!

Since: Sep 07

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#13 Jul 6, 2012
Pakistan to scan all NATO containers.
http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspa...

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#14 Jul 6, 2012
Purple Pig wrote:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =z3vBSKeVw7QXX
That is the fatwa-targeted writer,Salman Rushdie.
He seems to explain Pakistan very well.
I am an Indian,born Hindu,but an atheist.
When I see these guys do what they do,and how they bury themselves
in their beliefs and how the country falls apart for apart for
want of good education,health,economics-I really feel sorry for
them.
The chaos in Pakistan will go on for sometime and then the country
might just might pull itself out of it.
As Salman Rushdie says it was very much India 65 years back,but
over the years,social engineering using Islam has just exhausted
them...well,one can only hope they pull out of it and move in
some other direction!!!
I worked in India on the same trip ... visiting New Delhi and Jodhpur for several weeks. Completely different world. You guys are at least trying.

Since: Jun 12

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#15 Jul 6, 2012
FINELINE wrote:
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What you say HC???
Get yourself a nanny.

I cannot babysit guys who refuse to grow up.

take care,fineline!:):):)

Since: Jun 12

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#16 Jul 6, 2012
RHill wrote:
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I worked in India on the same trip ... visiting New Delhi and Jodhpur for several weeks. Completely different world. You guys are at least trying.
We are expected to become the world's third largest economy by 2030.

And,by 2050 surpass both USA and China IF IF IF things are handled well.

India is trying very hard...but,even more effort is needed to make

things go well for us!:):):)

Since: Jun 12

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#17 Jul 6, 2012
FINELINE wrote:
Pakistan to scan all NATO containers.
http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspa...
You had better get a whole lot of volunteers to check the empty

containers coming back from Pakistan.

They might pour drugs into Pakistan..clandestine drugs stuffed

into empty containers back to Karachi.

And,you had better be on ground there Fineline!!!

Since: Jun 12

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#18 Jul 6, 2012
to Pakistan**

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#19 Jul 6, 2012
Purple Pig wrote:
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We are expected to become the world's third largest economy by 2030.
And,by 2050 surpass both USA and China IF IF IF things are handled well.
India is trying very hard...but,even more effort is needed to make
things go well for us!:):):)
I don't know about surpassing us (the USA)... maybe if y'all would put shock absorbers in those 4-wheel drive Jeep clones we were driving you might sale more of them. Just a suggestion.

Since: Jun 12

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#20 Jul 6, 2012
RHill wrote:
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I don't know about surpassing us (the USA)... maybe if y'all would put shock absorbers in those 4-wheel drive Jeep clones we were driving you might sale more of them. Just a suggestion.
You did not expect Japan to start a war with USA when it was

forced open in 1858?

Or Red China to come to no 2 place in GDP listings in 1958 during

Koran War,when Red Chinese troops were pitched against GI Joe!

Actually,we did not expect the economic boom in India in early 1990's.

The size of Indian economy in 2050 is not my fantasy....since

India has a huge working age population which is likely to

be fruitful and productive for a long long long time to come.

Something like 50% of 1.2 billion people is under 30 years of age.

The slump in US and Europe is because of population which is aging

and retiring..if let us say..that there is another "baby boom"

in the USA and population actually starts to soar...USA cannot be

matched that easily....the whole thing is DIVIDEND OF DEMOGRAPHY.



I think you are talking about the Willy's look alikes in India.

Yes,the company which manufactures it used to assemble the jeeps

after WW II

The same company is now targeting the US market.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

They are a big presence is USA in farm tractors.

Check Mahindra USA

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#21 Jul 6, 2012
I currently live in Canada and I understand that the USA is going through a major economic restructuring and will come out of it soon as it has done before.

A lot of anxiety about China but Americans have to accept it in their stride...free market trade benefits all but can be very very painful at times and with it's capacity to throw up technology wonders the USA might be having a lead that no one is aware of!

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