Sunday, 11 March 2012

POOR AMERICA Slumdog 1.5 million U.S children now homeless-BBC VIDEO

With one and a half million (1.5 million) American children now homeless, reporter Hilary Andersson meets the school pupils who go hungry in the richest country on Earth. From those living in the storm drains under Las Vegas to the tent cities now springing up around the United States, P a n o r a m a finds out how the poor are surviving in America and asks whatever happened to the supposed 'government' and the Real People in charge - those who you 'don't see' pulling on the strings; and their vision and welfare for the country. Could this be a form of 'Social cleansing' without the need of war or disease inflicted by the orchestrators - simply a controlled bout of poverty? Or is this the forced education that only condition children to know only a certain amount of knowledge that can only ever see them progress in working environments such as confined offices within the 'Human Zoo' qualities within the desperately overcrowded cities.

Friday, 24 February 2012

Americans had identified 362 military targets in Pakistan-Traitor Haqqani

In June this year, Haqqani reportedly played dinner host to a couple of prominent former federal ministers along with their spouses. One former minister in particular stands out as he has remained a close associate of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, served twice in her cabinet, and was once fairly close to Mr. President who at that time was just Mr. Zardari. The dinner guests also included a few Americans including a leading functionary of the Homeland Security Department. The dinner conversation flowed the way of drinks. Tongues loosened up. Guards came down. At one point, Ambassador Haqqani reportedly told his rather startled Pakistani friends that the Americans had identified 362 military targets in Pakistan, including 28 in and around Islamabad alone, and asked our prominent friend to share his address so in case he was near one of the chosen targets he could be told to move away to safety. These targets, according to the shared discussion, included even the residences of irritating military decision makers and not just security affairs related installations.

Haqqani, according to one of the many dinner guests, then talked rather boisterously about his extremely close links with the US administration and at one point reportedly told his guests that whenever he went to have a meeting with his US counterparts he decided unilaterally what he had to say and not what his government wanted him to. “Every time I have a candid discussion with them, and that is why they trust me. At the end of my meetings, I leave the FO brief telling them it was my official duty to hand over this pack of official lies,” he reportedly told his Pakistani guests.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

BLA Terrorist Barhamdagh Bugti supports US bill on Balochistan

Barhamdagh Bugti, separatist leader and founder of Baloch Republican Party (BRP), has  said he supports US Congress bill, espousing self-determination for Balochistan. BLA terrorist & CIA & India asset Brahamdagh Bugti calls for American & Indian invasion of Pakistan to capture Balochistan. He hides in Geneva, financed by Washington & New Delhi. As a reward, pro-US govt in Islamabad is granting MFN to India.Talking to media via telephone on Wednesday, the Baloch leader said with the tabling of US resolution on Balochistan, the matter had now become integrity of Pakistan. Talking about the proposed All Parties Conference on Balochiostan, he said the elements responsible for atrocities on Baloch people were now convening the APCs. He said that situation in Balochistan was not hidden from any one and nobody paid heed towards the province’s aggravating situation over last two years.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Massive Anti-US Pakistanis rally against US operations in Islamabad


Angry Pakistanis stage a massive anti-US protest rally in the capital Islamabad to condemn a US military operation in Pakistan purportedly intended to kill al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.


The protest, organized by Pakistan's main religious party, the Jama'at-e-Islami, censured the US for keeping Pakistani officials in the dark regarding the operation in Abbottabad, a Press TV correspondent reported on Sunday.

The angry protesters said the US military operations against bin Laden's compound north of Islamabad as well as the non-UN-sanctioned drone attacks on Pakistani tribal regions violate the country's sovereignty.

The Pakistani government has also come under fire over its unawareness of bin Laden's whereabouts and many opposition parties have demanded that the country's leaders step down.

“President must resign. Chief of army must be terminated and prime minister must resign and the nation must unite to defeat such events,” Jama'at-e-Islami member Mian Ramzan said during the demonstration.

Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party Imran Khan said, “As long as a government is considered a high gun of the US, getting money every month, salaries to fight someone else's war, it completely diminishes its capability to fight terrorism. Pakistan really needs to change forces. It needs to have a credible government.”

Meanwhile, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry expressed in a statement its deep concerns about the manner in which the US “carried out the operation without prior information and authorization from the government of Pakistan.”

US President Barack Obama claimed that bin Laden was killed by US forces on May 1 in a hiding compound in Pakistan, resisting while unarmed.

He added that the military mission was conducted without the knowledge of Pakistani authorities due to US mistrust of their purported South Asian ally.

Former officials with Pakistan's military and intelligence service say the US wrongfully claims it has killed bin Laden in Pakistan as part of a scheme to invade the country for harboring the terrorist leader.

The US has also rejected growing arguments that the US military effort against bin Laden in Pakistan was illegal, describing the operation as “an act of national self-defense.”

Unauthorized US drone attacks in Pakistan serve as another key factor in the climbing anti-American sentiments among the Pakistani people.

US officials say the attacks target militants. However, majority of its victims have been civilians.

CIA director Leon Panetta recently declared that the US has no intention of halting the aerial attacks.

US seeks bases against Iran through Balochistan bill

Tabling resolution in the Congress on Balochistan, and espousing right of self-determination for Balochistan is part of US campaign against Iran, British media, quoting officials, reported on Tuesday.
They said the US is pressing Pakistan to allow American bases in Balohchistan against Tehran.
A Pakistani security official speaking on the condition of anonymity said that the US was raising the Balochistan issue to pressurize Pakistan so that it could be provided with bases against Iran.
However, he expressed resolve that Pakistan would no allow US to use its soil against its neighbor. “We won’t allow Americans,” he added.    

Monday, 13 February 2012

Ubisoft Turned My City Peshawar into a Video Game



Now U.S troops having firefights on the streets of Peshawar in coming game.F*** Ubisoft, Look how they're showing us as terrorists!" Psychological warfare being a central pillar of the 'fourth generation warfare' to portrays Pakistani nation and pathans as a terrorists. Psychological warfare Aim to weaken the advantaged opponent's will(will to fight, belief in victory).


The Ubisoft was showing off some new gameplay from their upcoming Ghost Recon Future Soldier. The game has a level set in Peshawar.The Ghost Recon team made the map look real.


The area where the game's firefight between U.S forces and terrorists takes place looks like the Saddar area of Peshawar which is also known as the old Pesahawar. I can tell from the architecture of the buildings, from the look of local vehicles—including the buses, rickshaws, and local cabs—and the appearance of the civilians.


The gameplay clip I saw has shows so many things that feel like real Peshawar to me. The first thing that hits you in that area of the city is the traffic. It's very congested. The old buildings in that area are so closely knit that they're merged together. That's a sight we all know.The random minarets in the blue sky, The colorful buses are a trademark to Pakistani public transportation, so it looks like a complete picture with them. The odd jharokas in the upper stories give us a glimpse of our heritage past and decaying. And let's not forget that peshawaris aren't the epitome of good taste! So the unusually-colored walls and doors are also quite recognizable.

Peshawar - Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Gameplay



I live in Peshawar. I play video games in Pakistan.For a moment, watching this, you do actually feel like you are Terrorist in Peshawar. This is all from the gameplay footage, of course. Imagine how it would feel when you are actually playing the game and kick your a**.