No one can deny the fact that the state of Pakistan has created terrorists and then imposed them on the people of tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border. They were enjoying hero status in the tribal areas and other parts of Pakistan. The common people used to provide them the money and other resources, but now situation has changed to some extent as now the terrorists are the most hated people. US President Barack Obama deserved to be praised by his job in Pakistan as he did not use the army, but captured Pakistan. He made victory in Pakistan through diplomacy. Now the security forces deployed by the government of Pakistan have been conducting effective operation in various parts of the country. Though there is still some people, who have been making bid to destablise the country, but they will fail in their bid.
Personally I have received no benefits from Barack Obama or any other officials as still I am homeless. Still my wife and my children have been receiving the threats. Still I am living under the guns, but I want to appreciate the good job of Obama. Bravo Obama for your good job. Now I think he will succeed in resoring order in the whole world. This is my personal desire to see Obama victory over terrorists. At the moment I am just praying for the success of Obama in Pakistan. I am also hearing that the economic situation in the United States is bad. The US economy can only be saved if Obama succeeds in bringing the war on terror to an end at the earliests. Obama is right when he say that Pakistan is facing internal threat. What is that internal threat? The internal threat to Pakistan and whole world is rampant corruption.
US President Barack Obama said he was confident that Pakistan's nuclear arsenal was secure, "because the Pakistani army recognizes the hazards of those weapons falling into the wrong hands."
In a news conference marking the 100-day milestone of his presidency, Obama also said that Pakistan's military had just recently started to overcome its historic animosity toward India.
"You're starting to see some recognition just in the last few days that the obsession with India as the mortal threat to Pakistan has been misguided and that their biggest threat right now comes internally," Obama said.
Obama said he was increasingly confidant that Pakistan was serious about fighting militants and that its nuclear weapons were secure. But Obama said that the civilian government of President Asif Ali Zardari, who is due in Washington next week, was unable to provide basic services that would ensure people's loyalty.
"I am gravely concerned about the situation in Pakistan, not because I think that they're immediately going to be overrun and the Taliban would take over in Pakistan," Obama said.
"I'm more concerned that the civilian government there right now is very fragile," he said.
"We want to respect their sovereignty, but we also recognize that we have huge strategic interests huge national security interests in making sure that Pakistan is stable.”