Pakistan wants CIA to scale back oper...

Pakistan wants CIA to scale back operations

There are 26 comments on the USA Today story from Apr 12, 2011, titled Pakistan wants CIA to scale back operations. In it, USA Today reports that:

The CIA is considering greater coordination and information sharing to help restore a once-promising relationship with Pakistan 's intelligence agency that was badly damaged when a CIA security contractor shot two Pakistanis dead in Lahore in January, U.S. officials said Monday.

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Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#1 Apr 12, 2011
It would be only obvious why there is an uncomfortable presence there but on the other hand Pakistan would be a vulnerable target for resources and especially with nuclear capabilities.
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geology-1359/2009/...

Since: Jun 09

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Apr 12, 2011
The CIA can scale back operations -- and let India take over!
Jay F Kay

Cheltenham, UK

#4 Apr 12, 2011
CIA AGENT DAVIS - NO HELP FOR THE WIDOWS SON?

CIA agent Davis - Was there help for the Widow’s Son? Whilst on the controversial subject of the CIA in Pakistan; in chapter from a new book Trapped in a Masonic World; the author highlights the CIA's activities all around the globe,- and including Pakistan.
They ask, was CIA agent Raymond Davis CIA - speaking in a ‘Masonic secret-code’, and trying to covertly use a ‘distress signal’, by sending out a coded sign to those unknown Freemasons, whom might be around him in the police station, jail, government departments and the judiciary?

You might argue Raymond Davis wasn’t in the Military, and this might be true at the time of his arrest, but I can guarantee you, he’s at least an ex-military officer of the US army. Almost a month after the shooting incident, the US government admitted Davis was a contract employee of the CIA after this was reported in The Guardian newspaper here in the UK.
In the case of a Freemason being in need of help, they are taught the ‘Grand Hailing Sign of Distress’, given by raising both hands toward heaven,[like in the surrender position], with each arm forming the angle of a square, or a 90 degree angle. The arms are then lowered in three distinct motions to the sides.[3] Though in Davis’s situation this would be a bit too obvious,- so an alternative tactic could be used,- Freemasons are told:“In a place where the sign could not be seen, he is to utter a substitute for the sign.” Which is; -“O Lord, my God, is there no help for the Widow’s Son?”
However, Davis wouldn’t know who was whom at the Police station, Court or jail he was being held in Lahore. So another play on words could have been deployed, hence giving a secret-signal, that would of course only work if someone around him, either in the police, prison,- but more likely and better for him, in the judiciary,[lawyers, court house], or the government administration, who would hear what has been said about him; - claiming to work for ‘Hyperion’,[a bogus front business], and with business cards on him that verified this,- to understand the code and realise he is a ‘brother’, a member of a Greek fraternity thus, a link to the Freemasons - and whom was ‘brother in distress’ and in desperate need of help.
‘Hyperion’ means “The High-One”,[it’s said Davis was the ‘head of the CIA’ in Pakistan], and the term; ‘God of Watchfulness and Wisdom’, has also been attributed to Hyperion, who was one of the twelve Titan gods of Ancient Greece. He was also the ‘lord of light’,[very Masonic] and the titan of the east.
Was the ‘Hyperion’ business card a form of ‘secret-code’, that under other different conditions or at times of arrest and trouble, it would have worked as a ‘get out of jail free’ card,[as in the board game Monopoly], but not on this occasion as Davis is facing two counts of murder, and numerous of other charges, i.e., illegal possession or firearms etc.
So as I say,- is it possible that Davis, was speaking in a ‘Masonic secret-code’ signalling a sign of distress, and trying to make it aware to ‘other Masonic brother's’, within Pakistan’s own law agencies and judicial system that, that, that was the case? As we know, Freemasonry was and still is banned in many countries throughout the middle-east...
As remarkably, and just a little over 6 weeks later, on the 16th March 2011, and in response Davis’s ‘call’s of distress’; “Is there no help for the Widows Son?”, that was quite obviously answered,- as another corrupt Pakistani court freed the “US CIA contractor”[head of the CIA in that region], after acquitting him of two counts of murder at a hearing held at a prison in Lahore. Coincidently on the ‘very same day’ the UN Security Council were considering a “No Fly Zone” over Libya, and when they granted it the next day on the 17th March 2011.
trappedinamasonicworld.co.uk [flash-page website, one or two seconds to appear on screen]

Since: Jul 08

Danbury, CT

#5 Apr 13, 2011
All future aid to Porkistan should be delivered through B52 bomb bay doors. Islamabad is the capital of the worlds terrorist.

Since: Dec 09

Lahore, Pakistan

#6 Apr 13, 2011
Militancy has started in Pakistan since 9/11 and US led invasion of neighborer Afghanistan, After ONE 9/11 in US, Pakistan has faced many 9/11s.

US presence in region is part of problem which Pakistan is facing and CIA under cover agents inside Pakistan are directly involved in destabilizing Pakistan from within.

Since: Jun 09

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Apr 15, 2011
CTYankee wrote:
All future aid to Porkistan should be delivered through B52 bomb bay doors. Islamabad is the capital of the worlds terrorist.
I think that drones weigh less than bombers. Either way, they are certainly lighter after their payload has been delivered on their Taliban and al-Qaida recipents. How's that for scaling back operations?
Clark

Karachi, Pakistan

#8 Apr 15, 2011
Card Carrying Zionist wrote:
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I think that drones weigh less than bombers. Either way, they are certainly lighter after their payload has been delivered on their Taliban and al-Qaida recipents. How's that for scaling back operations?
Pakistan ISI Chief Delivered the message lets come up with an answer
true

United States

#9 Apr 17, 2011
The CIAouta usauly starts most wars stages false flag terror blaming the towlhead that sort of stuff
RAAAAW

Agoura Hills, CA

#10 Apr 17, 2011
Clark wrote:
<quoted text>Pakistan ISI Chief Delivered the message lets come up with an answer
& the reply he got made him run from US with his tail between his legs....

Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#11 Apr 18, 2011
The CIA is behind the drone attacks. Drone attacks kill countless civilians. CIA is evil. CIA has undercover operatives in Pakistan and they will not inform the Paki government of their identities. Spying in someone else's country and not revealing their identity to that country just doesn't make sense to me. Kinda like the Russian spy Anna Chapman.
For one to devil into it and think that the Pakistani Government would reveal their identities to terrorists is ludicrous. Wait, it is the CIA who are the terrorists and they fund terrorists and the rebels in Libya are soon-to-be terrorists, all funded by us. Taliban? Yup, funded by CIA. Raymond Davis was a terrorist who got caught at his own game and how many more are there? How many more times with the US lie and say that he is not with the CIA, then say he is with the CIA and then try to claim diplomatic immunity? this should be in the open for the Pakistani Government to see. It is their country and all......World started Realizing
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#13 Apr 20, 2011
Raymond Allen Davis – CIA's Nuclear Terrorist Captured - Topix
1 post - Last post: 23 Feb
Raymond Allen Davis, 36, had been working as a CIA security contractor and living in a Lahore safe house, according to former and current ...
www.topix.com/forum/world/somalia/TGL4P3ABR69...

Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#14 Apr 21, 2011
America's Afghan war is face-saving and cover for CIA's long term missions in this region via Afghanistan.
Fakistan

Santa Clara, CA

#15 Apr 21, 2011
Pakistan has no right to say anything, as a matter of fact after Saudi Arabia they are the biggest terrorist supporters.
FWsouthsider

Decatur, IN

#16 Apr 22, 2011
U.S. can scale back on the drone missions... when Pakistan's government gets serious about emasculating militant Islam inside of their borders. But since Pakistan (and Afghanistan for that matter) is so infected with fundamentalist Islam, then the U.S. should target as many of the enemy in short order as possible and then pull out. That is until the next round of fighting comes along.

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Since: Jan 06

Location hidden

#17 Apr 22, 2011
FWsouthsider wrote:
U.S. can scale back on the drone missions... when Pakistan's government gets serious about emasculating militant Islam inside of their borders. But since Pakistan (and Afghanistan for that matter) is so infected with fundamentalist Islam, then the U.S. should target as many of the enemy in short order as possible and then pull out. That is until the next round of fighting comes along.
Read it Listen the See and Listen the Vid... what ur Hilarious Clinton Saying than put blame on the right side...

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says that US created Taliban and abandoned Pakistan. Hillary Clinton acknowledged that the United States too had a share in creating the problem that plagues Pakistan today.
problems we face now to some extent we have to take responsibility for, having contributed to it. We also have a history of kind of moving in and out of Pakistan, she said.

Lets remember here the people we are fighting today we funded them twenty years ago and we did it because we were locked in a struggle with the Soviet Union.

They invaded Afghanistan and we did not want to see them control Central Asia and we went to work and it was President Reagan in partnership with Congress led by Democrats who said you know what it sounds like a pretty good idea lets deal with the ISI and the Pakistan military and lets go recruit these mujahideen.

And great, let them come from Saudi Arabia and other countries, importing their Wahabi brand of Islam so that we can go beat the Soviet Union.

And guess what they (Soviets) retreated they lost billions of dollars and it led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

So there is a very strong argument which is it wasnt a bad investment in terms of Soviet Union but lets be careful with what we sow because we will harvest

RAAAAW

Agoura Hills, CA

#18 Apr 22, 2011
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
<quoted text>Read it Listen the See and Listen the Vid... what ur Hilarious Clinton Saying than put blame on the right side...
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says that US created Taliban and abandoned Pakistan. Hillary Clinton acknowledged that the United States too had a share in creating the problem that plagues Pakistan today.
problems we face now to some extent we have to take responsibility for, having contributed to it. We also have a history of kind of moving in and out of Pakistan, she said.
Lets remember here the people we are fighting today we funded them twenty years ago and we did it because we were locked in a struggle with the Soviet Union.
They invaded Afghanistan and we did not want to see them control Central Asia and we went to work and it was President Reagan in partnership with Congress led by Democrats who said you know what it sounds like a pretty good idea lets deal with the ISI and the Pakistan military and lets go recruit these mujahideen.
And great, let them come from Saudi Arabia and other countries, importing their Wahabi brand of Islam so that we can go beat the Soviet Union.
And guess what they (Soviets) retreated they lost billions of dollars and it led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
So there is a very strong argument which is it wasnt a bad investment in terms of Soviet Union but lets be careful with what we sow because we will harvest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =X2CE0fyz4ysXX
Ur abbu created and u turned out to be incredibly stupid, cannot blame ur abbu for everything....

p.s. I'm sure u won't get the point cause u soooooo stupid...
Dabang

Central District, Hong Kong

#19 Apr 22, 2011
It takes 2 to tango
light

Lahore, Pakistan

#20 Apr 22, 2011
RAAAAW wrote:
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Ur abbu created and u turned out to be incredibly stupid, cannot blame ur abbu for everything....
p.s. I'm sure u won't get the point cause u soooooo stupid...
hindus make up an ominous nation they were with soviet union , and that broke up . now they are with nato and america and now they are retrieving . or may be pak spirits doing this all.
one more good news all CIA op closed in pakistan . and 500 agents are ordered to leave pak immidiately . you know there's always some light .
RAAAAW

Agoura Hills, CA

#21 Apr 22, 2011
light wrote:
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hindus make up an ominous nation they were with soviet union , and that broke up . now they are with nato and america and now they are retrieving . or may be pak spirits doing this all.
one more good news all CIA op closed in pakistan . and 500 agents are ordered to leave pak immidiately . you know there's always some light .
Thanks for covering for ur stupid brather...India belongs to all Indians, including Indian muslims..
Regarding your claim that CIA closed all operations and agents leaving proves u r equally stupid like ur brather, wait for another Wikileaks u will know the real deal...

p.s. We intend to make India so strong that the world seeks alliance with us, it is happening...
NITiN

Karachi, Pakistan

#22 Apr 23, 2011


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