But their services cost money. Who could put up the money for a bunch of non-denominational "mujahadeen"? Who would HAVE the money for boys who had no real dedication to any cause nor spiritual devotion to the plight of their people? And of those capable of paying for these services, who would WANT India and Pakistan to be at one anothers' throats?
Well, somebody who wanted Pakistan to be on seriously shaky ground... especially with popular opinion in the US, India, and Britain.
Who would be so callous, so brutal, and so ready to murder people? Who could have a vested interest worth the deaths and mutilations of hundreds in Mumbai and thousands- if not millions, should there be a war- on the ground in Pakistan and India? Who would want such a thing?
Gee, why does the whole damned Unocal [now owned by Chevron, also proud owners of the "Condoleeza Rice" supertanker] fiasco come to mind? You all remember Unocal, the company that worked with the Taliban to build a pipeline through Afghanistan, which would then go through Pakistan, and into India? If you don't know that story, please do look it up, it's quite interesting.
Just FYI, the pipeline is back in the news, here's a link that explains the whole dirty story, and why my suspicions are so strong:
Read it and weep, kids.
And then if you think these ideas have any merit, start making lots and lots of noise for the causes of peace and logic to prevail.
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