Pakistan boasted of nuclear strike on...

Pakistan boasted of nuclear strike on India within eight seconds

There are 184 comments on the The Guardian story from Jun 15, 2012, titled Pakistan boasted of nuclear strike on India within eight seconds. In it, The Guardian reports that:

Tony Blair with Pakistan's former president Pervez Musharraf. Islamabad's nuclear warnings were apparently made during a visit by Blair to the Indian subcontinent after the 9/11 attacks in 2001.

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#193 Jun 18, 2012
Terry Buckeye wrote:
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Yes, I am a Marine, retired. Boot camp, for me was thirteen weeks of hell and confusion wrapped around fear. They break you down to nothing and build you back into something resembling a man. It is really pretty interesting if you get to see it from the other side, though! Closer to Full Metal Jacket, I think, but not even close!
I'm sure Spielberg will love the screenplay. Maybe Matt Damon will be available, or Statham!
Reading about your experience at Boot camp. I struck an idea that all the south east countries should introduce it to take them out of the mind set of bullying and terrorising every one then every country. So far the only coutry is not feared is USA and the rest of the world they have managed to win. Boot camp treatment will destroy their false pride and then rebuild them as a world citizen. So that the whole world will stop pointing at one country of exporting terrorism around the world. One Osama is down but hundreds and thousands are waiting in the wing. For how long USA will keep on arming them and also paying them millions daily to keep them quiet and down.
pakistani randi ke auladh

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#194 Jun 18, 2012
fadu singh wrote:
<quoted text>So you are a gay!!Sorry I am not..
brother,he is abusing me not you..

Reading, UK

#195 Jun 18, 2012
Terry Buckeye wrote:
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Yeah, they don't have much going for them. But it bothers me a bit that a third-world muslim nation has it's hands on nuclear weapons. Mind you, they'd have to throw them at someone,'cause they don't have much in the way of a delivery system.
Delivery system is there but N-bomb will never be used and Pakistan realised this fact in Kargil conflict when they use the threat of it and then in 2002 when the India PM Vajpayee's government mobilsed the army for a conventional full war at cost of the war, except no life was lost.

However, the current government still thinks there is mileage in it. They (Former Pakistani ambassador to the US, Lodi) tell their public that N-weapons prevented invasions ("full scale conflicts"?). Mind boggles but costs of N-weapon and delivery system production, safety, etc are met at the expense of the public budget.

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#196 Jun 18, 2012
pakistani randi ke auladh wrote:
<quoted text>brother,he is abusing me not you..
Brother how you picked your name, is there anything behind it or just picked at random to amuse every one.
Hope you don't mind my asking.

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