The following is what WMR reported on August 15, 2007:
WMR has learned that the CIA is also working with pro-Al Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Pakistan. Currently, Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia Richard Boucher is visiting Pakistan to repair frayed relations with Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf, however, U.S. intelligence is also working with tribal opponents of Musharraf to help destabilize his regime.
Boucher is likely in Pakistan to help bring about the return of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto as Prime Minister in a civilian administration where Musharraf would retain the presidency. Bhutto, who remains in exile, and Musharraf recently met in Abu Dhabi to hammer out a power-sharing agreement.
Bhutto claims she wants to return to Pakistan, as she said, to save her country from "a militant takeover, (and) God forbid, disintegration."
However, Bhutto's own political party is affiliated with the very same Islamic militants in the tribal areas from whom she claims she wants to save her country.
The Bush administration's long-term plan is to use the tribal militants to destabilize Musharraf to the point that a Indian-American-Australian team, that could also possibly include covert Israeli commandos, can enter Pakistan's deep underground laboratories to extract certain key nuclear technologies. The agreement of the Bush administration to provide India with billions in "peaceful" nuclear technology was used to lure India into the covert program to de-nuclearize Pakistan.
Bottom line: Bhutto was the bait to help bring about the nuclear weapons extraction from Pakistan. In his book, "Surrender is Not an Option," former unconfirmed US ambassador to the UN John Bolton wrote, "the principal American strategic interest" is the security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons.