|Department of Rumsfeld|
Monday, October 17, 2005
Role of Pakistan Central to Current Conflicts in the Former British EmpireThe nuclear capability in Iran was aquired from Pakistan,and likewise were the leadership and intelligence resources of the Taliban. Half a decade ago, experts were seriously adressing this problem which then seemed to focus on the nuclear saber-rattling between India and Pakistan.
In the picture above, George W. Bush smiles while dismantling decades of work diffusing what had become Churchill's nightmare: an ungovernable empire of unmanageable wealth that could explode violently at any moment.
Bush fired the most important US experts on Afghanistan and the Taliban during the 2 months prior to 911more from