Monday, October 22, 2012

It is high time Pakistani's and Afghani's rise up unite and eradicate this vermin enemy of Islam "the Taliban"!

Islam unite against the Taliban our worst enemy

  YOU ARE EITHER WITH THE TALIBAN OR AGAINST THEM; THERE IS NO THIRD OPTION: ALTAF HUSSAIN The entire nation will have to come forward against the heartless killers. The cowardly attack on Malala Yousufzai is an attack on Islam and the bright face of Pakistan: Altaf Hussain The Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has said that Malala Yousufzai is the symbol of knowledge which the Taliban want to suppress.

 It's appalling enough that 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai, who publicly championed the cause of education for girls in Pakistan, was shot in the head and neck and critically injured by gunmen who boarded her school bus in the Swat Valley. 

Even more horrendous is that a Taliban spokesman declared that she had been singled out for attack because of her support of girls' education in defiance of Taliban edict. "Let this be a lesson," the spokesman told the New York Times. We hope it will be a lesson — that such violence is barbaric and counterproductive. It has no place in today's world. Not in Pakistan or Afghanistan or anywhere else.  Even worse is they say they will make sure they kill her next time. It is high time Pakistani's and Afghani's rise up unite and eradicate this vermin enemy of Islam "the Taliban!

 Pakistan Erupts in Anger Over Taliban's Shooting of Schoolgirl: A Taliban gunman singled out and shot the girl, Malala Yousafzai, on Tuesday, and a spokesman said it was in retaliation for her work in promoting girls’ education and children’s rights in the northwestern Swat Valley, near the Afghan border. Across the rest of the country, Pakistanis reacted with outrage to the attack on the girl, whose eloquent and determined advocacy of girls’ education had made her powerful symbol of resistance to Taliban ideology. 

There is more than a real risk that the Taliban will take over, it is a foregone conclusion and the people know it. Mullah Omar was invited to join the upcoming election in Afghanistan and he did not respond. He did not have to he knows when we are gone so is corrupt Karzai.

 I remember during the election with Abdullah and Karzai's victory was found to be grossly corrupt the people just shrugged and said one corrupt Government is the same as the next.

That said, the people would be wise to remember the cutting off of heads and hands that is routine for the Taliban and how stifling it is under their rule. As a whole they should remember the thousands of them the Taliban have purposely killed.

 They should form Lashkar's (civilian defense against the Taliban) and eliminate the Taliban or life as they want it is over.
I just do not get it. If those people know how bad their life is going to be under the Taliban then why do they not fight to defeat them? *Vietnam all over again regardless of what they say. They are now offering the Taliban to join in the Government.

I really do not care what they do. Our soldiers did their job. We should get them out now with heads held high for a job well done. They have performed magnificently.The Taliban are going to take over again regardless and the people know it that is why everyone who can is making preparations to get out now. Afghan and Pakistani citizens better unite against the Taliban and now before NATO leaves or they are in serious trouble.

James Joiner

Gardner, Ma

1 comment:

Demeur said...

As you recall we backed the Taliban when they fought the Russians. Wy Russia even wanted to go into Afghanistan in the first place is a mystery to me unless they were aware of the massive mineral deposits. Even still it would have required building an entire nation. At that time the country had only about 100 miles of paved roads and about 20 miles of rail.

Like it or not this will end in 2014. The Taliban may retake power but then they will be stuck with the situation. We have provided much in the way of resources (most of which was stolen). So at this point I say let the corporations have a go at it if they still want to go after the minerals.